The Jewish Floridian

The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 20, 1931
Publication Date:


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


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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Editor Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida. .
Sir:--I have followed with interest your series of articles urging the Jewish
public of Greater Miami to buy kosher meats and to patronize Jewish butchers. I
realize you mean to be fair to the public as well, but are you?
..I have had experience in the butcher business and would appreciate your ad-
vising me, if you can, why kosher meats are so unreasonably high, and how you expect
us mn these hard times to pay such unreasonable prices.
The average front quarter (local. killed) which is kosher is today selling to the
butchers in Miami at from eight to ten cents per pound. An average front weighs
about one hundred pounds. About twenty per cent is wasted in trimming, etc., mak-
ing the cost to the butcher not more than twelve cents per pound. Of this balance
about sixty per cent, if that much, of the cheaper grades of meat, and the balance of
forty per cent is the higfh priced kind. I know the butcher has an overhead and has
to pay for killing it kosher, etc. How do you, Mr. Editor, account for prices of fiom
thirty to fifty cents per pound being charged? How do you expect us in these tim:s
of unemployment to feed a family with kosher meats when such prices are being
charged? About two blocks away from the Jewish butchers the plate or flanken is
being sold (the same that was kosher killed) at nine and ten cents a pound with the
bones out, and yet the Jewish butcher wants thirty cents a pound.
Be reasonable, Mr. Editor!
S incerely, J. E. W.
[Editorial Note: We are printing this letter in fairness to the public and shall
afford our local butchers the opportunity to reply in our next issue.]

At the last b ad metn hicl1
Senior Hadassah held the followf-
ing appointments were made by
the president. Hospitality chair-
man, Mrs. Louis Zeientz; social
chairlran, Mrs. B. Kohl; historian,
Mrs. Harry Orlin; publicity chair-
man, Miss Rose Mary Gerson. Mrs.
Sadye G;. Rose was elected corre-
sponding secretary. The three past
presidents of Hadassah were elect-
ed directors of the executive board
-Mrs. M. Dobrin, Mrs. M. Kirsch
and Mrs. I. Cohen,
Miami unit of Hadassah is very
hanl to announced that honorarY

Friendly Inn Is

Formally Opened

The new homeo the Friendl
In organized about two week
Inn, at 452 S. W. Second street
w formally opened Wednesda
niht with elaborate ceremonies
and a buffet luncheon. Mr. I. L
Mitzer, president of the inn, act
ed as chairman and introduced th<
se akers. Addresses were made
pe ~Mr. Isidor Cohen, pioneer Mi
a~an; Ben Axelroad, prominent
at orney and communal worker
Abraham Liebowitz, one of the
oiinal organizers of the inn
Mr.Lewis Brown, Mrs. R. Yunes
Irs Isidor Cohen and Mir. Jacol
Becker. Rabbi A. Levin deliverer
an inspiring address on the wor}
of the organization. Taking pari
in the musical program during
the evening were Cantors Louis
Ha man, Nathan Wroobel and
Boris Schlachman. Ben Fleemar
auctioned off the surplus food and
Officers serving at this time ar'
I. L. Mintzer, president; W. L
Williams and L. Abrams, vice-
pre de uisBeneiFlenman, creas-

Heading the board of directors as
its chairman is the well known
communal worker and philanthro-
pist, Mr. Jacob Becker of Miami
Beach, formerly of Toronto, Can-
ada, with H. M.' Drevitch, E. Gor-
don Wolf Cohen M 1ue Ri ,
EII. H. Nissenbaeu Haenny Seitl '
A. Leibowitz, Harry I Lipton'
Louis Weinkle and Baron desirsel
Mever as the ot er members.
Instrumental m~n the success~ of
the formal opening ceremonies
arid buffet supper were' Mesdames
Rebecca Yunes, Louis Wemnkle,
Isidor Cohen, William Friedmar,
J. Engler, Lewis Brown, Manuel
Rippa, Sol Schwartz and M. Kot.

Jewish Basketball

Team Leads Loop

The Young Men's Club basket.
ball team, by winning again this
week, is leading the league and
from present indications will prob.
ably be the winner*
Monday evening it defeated the
Riverside Methodist Church team
36 to 13. Starring for the Jewish
manm wereESol Bar ky, Al Gross-
" are I rie meikle. Games
eve p ayed at the Y. M. C. A. gymn
pur Monday evening and the
Pulcis invited to attend*


The local B'nai B'rith lodge will
meet for the transaction of impor-
tant business next 'Puesday eve-
ming, November 24, at 8 o'clock,
at Beth David auditorium. A spe-
cial Thanksgiving Day program
WHill be presented and addresses by
a number of prominent speakers
will be made. A musical program
w~ill also be presented.

Rabbi Dr. Jac~ob H. Kaplan of
Temple Isre w crim o h
Publicitys lw c hmite shn the t
ter une ploy~ FmrPt du
kn te fit 4nel 'ee theatrical
bp the local p kqie

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West Palm Beach.--All city
employes, including the fire de-
partment and police force, receiv-
ed notice Wednesday from A. S.
Anderson, city manager, that if
they chose to keep on working
they did so as "volunteers" with
the chance they may not draw
pay "for months.,,
A recent supreme` court man-
damus in which bondholders ob-
tandalwi odrin th ecityo r
oblign iona was bamed or th e-
pleted~~ trau

6,On Friday evening, November
6,the Miami chapter of the A. ,.
A. (Junior B'nai B'rith organiza-
tion), in observance of its prmeri-
ples, attended services at the Mii-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion in a body. Addresses of wel-
come were made by Mr. Nathan
Adelman, president of the syna-
gogue. The work, aim and scope
of the organization was explained
by it rdent M Brac
KatzitsMr. Sm nS anger ald er
ton A. Friedman. The sermon
was preached by Rabbi Isane M.
Wapner of the congregation. Fol-
lowing the services a social hour
was spent and refreshments we-re


The Debaters Council of the
University of Miami has elected
Joseph Fleischaker as president;
Julius Parker, vice president; Hen-
ry Kate Gardner, secretary, and
Lucille Mutchler, treasurer. Pre-
liminary tryouts for the debating
team will be -on December 2. The
1usto tto be de ate eis, "R -
ship and control of the means of
production and distribution is
preferable to private ownership
and control." The tryouts will be
in the university auditorium. Rev.
Kenneth R. Close is faculty direc-

New Resltaurant Opens
Under the personal management
of Harry Rosalsky, well known
restaurateur of New York and
Miami, the new R & L Kosher
Restaurant will open for business
'next Thursday, Thanksgiving day.
Every modern appliance for the
preparation of food, including
complete baking equipment, re-
frigeration plant and Hobart food
machines, have been installed. A
special Thanksgiving Day dinner
is being served the opening day,
featurmsg turkey. After the open-
ing day popular prices will prevail
and dairy dishes and a la carte
service will be featured. The ree-
taurant has just been built and is
situated at 815-8~17 NJ. E]. Second
avenue, in the Metropolitan build-

A committee of citizens is con- membershphsbe ofre n
sdefing proposals for levyin ci Mme. Mana-Zucca, prominent com-
cisetaxe to elppay unicpalposer and musician of mnternation-
operating expenses. Only a small a ae
part of the 160-mill tax would be alThe Hadassah meeting of No-
a'p led on t lary payments and nksr 2 wil be cee of th n ms
levy has not been made. will speak on the origin of the
folk songs of various countries.
MIAMI BEACH KASHRUS Rose Mary Gerson, popular artist,
COMMITTEE TO MEET will sing Jewish and Russian folk
songs. Miss Hortense Landesman
i will play a group of Hungarian
A very important me tnM ami melodies. Sylvia Miller will play

eeackah usl co hl iaeeBeth Jacob Polish and Spanish folk songs oil
Congregation Sunday afternoon, b er soistr an d wnbe aMcompa, w
November 22, at 4 o'clock.' Mat- will play the piano. Refreshments
ters of importance, including the will be in charge of Mrs. B. Kohl,
adoption of rules and regulations who is the social chairman. An
for. butchers, hotels, etc., will b inspirational message, "W~hy Pal-
.discussed and adopted. An ef- esie"b r on Haynes
fort will be made to have the res- Holmes, will be read by Mrs. Joe
ignations of certain of the offi- Williamson,
cials withdrawn. December 4 will soon be here.
All persons wishing to donar"
FRIENDSHIP, LEAGUE cakes or goodies for the Hadassah
HEARS AD)DRESSES baked goods sale please call Mrs.
~Milton Weiner, chairman of this
The rienshipLeage ofMi-affair.
T recentlyi oragnied hel ai Mrs. Hellman, president of the
ami, itreseting meeting edn es- Southern Regional District of Ha-
d ry ni ht atin thetn Biscne Mso- dassah, was here this week visit-
ic hall. Addresses of interest to in er il mMhr,. Hersma Glplnso t:
the members were made by M~iss vetry to Mi mi in December on
Stock of Chicago, PI., M. Zavon r seakn um u i alf of H -
of Texas and Murray Grossmnof da seakigtu i e -

Miami Beach. After thebu
session and addresses dancing was
enjoyed by the many guests at-

W~e extend our sympathies to
Me.1~. B. Herman of Miami
Revch upnthe loss of his broth-
Benand Mr. Harry II. Farr upon
the loss of her father.

A very important greeting of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau is be-
ing held as we are going to press
to consider very important devel-
opments that have happened with-
in the last few days.


Local Jew Killed

By Automobile

Samuel Kaplan, 45, of 518 Nh.
W. Eighth street, was killed last:
Thursday when he stepped in front
of Dr. A. G. Holmes' automobile
in N. W. Fifth street between
Fourth and Fifth avenues. Death
was instantaneous. An inquest
held Monday before Justice of
the Peace Thomas S. Ferguson
brought a coroner's verdict that
Kaplan died as a result of his own
negligence. Witnesses testified
Kaplan walked in the path of Dr.
Holmes' machine in the middle of
the block while heavy traffic was
on the roadway.
Kaplan had been a resident of
Mhami for a number of years and
worked for the Rosedale Delica-
tessen. The funeral was held last
Monday and interment was in the
Jewish section of Woodlawn cem-
The victim is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Sarah Kaplan; two
sons, Robert Leon and Seymour;
his mother, Mrs. S. M. Kaplanr,
and a sister, Miss Tena Kanlan,
the latter two of Hartford, Conn.

Synagogue Elects

Officers Sunday

The Miami Jewish Orthodoxt
Congregation will hold election of
officers Sunday evening, Novem-
her 22, at 8 o'clock, at the syna-
gogue. Nominations will be made
and the election will follow after
a financial report is presented and
a report on the work of the syn-
agogue for the past year is ren1-
dered by the president.
All members are urged to be on
hand early.

Plan Gathering

Of Sunday Schools

Plans are ben urged by leadf-
ers of the Jewish Sunday schools
of the Greater Miami district for
a joint gathering of all children
attending the schools. In this
way it is planned to bring about
not only a closer co-operation and
understanding between the chil-
dren but among the parents as

"'er. Stanley C. Myers, superin-
tendent of the Beth David Sunday
school, is the originator of this
movement which is meeting with
very favorable response from ev-
ery organization in the Greater
Miami section.


As we are going to press an im-
portant meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Associci
tjon is being held at the Beth1 Da-
vid auditorium. Plans for a pub-
lic meeting are being discussed
and will be announced in our next

Hqme Dining Room Opened
Mrs. S. Pont, well known in Mi-
ami's Jewish' circles, announces
the opening of a dmmig room ea-

tering to Jewish clients where
home cooked meals will be served
daily at exceedingly reasonable
prices. Meals are strictly kosher
and every effort; is made to take
eare of the Jewish public amidst
hoIPB Pe surrouings.

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community house. Martin Ide iv-
ered a sermon on duty. Fol owmng
the ceremonies his parents were
hosts at a party at the community
h house.

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Thanksgiving Dinner
To Be Served By Palatial

Miami's oldest Jewish Kosher
restaurant, the Palatial Kosher

Rormt a thwill ctmeeasra lise
for many years, serve a special
Thanksgiving dinner at popular
prices next Thursday. Mr. Mor.
ton Fagan, the proprietor, extends
a hearty invitation to local Jewry
as well as his many tourist friends
to partake ~of what he promises
will be an enjoyable event and one
well worth giving thanks for. lies-
ervations are suggested.

Chicago school teachers, they
say, are using money again tor

"Honesty may be the best pol.
icy says meditative Meg, "but
often it only pays death bene-

ent Training groups will meet in
ehe temple. The subject for
the eenin's discussion will be*
"Characteristics of the Various
Ages of Childhood." Mrs. Carl N.
tHea will b eenwh ch Iar o
followed by a general~ discussion.
This group has purchased a rep-
resentative library covering the
field of interest to the group. Pre-
ceding each meeting there wileo b
a short business session and li
sideration of the Beth Israel t th
ious school. The group mee eve-
second and fourth h ondas eSam
nings of each mont .d nts fthe
A. Goldstein is presi en ow he
Beth Israel P.-T. A., under wose
auspices this group meets.

Last Friday evening the Sister-
hood of Beth Israel Congregation
conducted a very impressive Sis-
terhood Sabbath service. The ser-
vice was read by Mrs. Abe Kom-
iners and Mrs. I. M. Prager. Pa-
pers were presented on the top.
ics, "The Sisterhood in the Home"
and "The Sisterhood in the Tem-
ple," by Mlrs. Dave Feldman and
Mrs. Carl N. Herman, respectively.

Beth Israel religious school
holds its sessions each Sunday
morning at 9:45 and concludes
with assembly and morning ser-
vice from the Union Prayer Book
at 11:30. Mrs. Phil Blicher has
been added to the faculty of the
school. An excellent attendance
has marked the activity of the r3-
ligious school. Each Thursday af-
ternoon, beginning at 2:30, Dr.
Carl NT. Herman conducts three
classes in Hebrew in his home.

Palm Beach To Have
New Kosher Market

West Palm Beach, which has
been without a Jewish kosher
market for the past several weeks,
will again have one with the open-
ing of the beautiful new store at
5193 Clematis street, with Mr. S.
Goldberg, WCest Palm Beach's pop-
ular wholesale kosher butcher, as
the proprietor. A full line of fresh
killed poultry, kosher meats, gro-
ceries and delicatessen products
of all kinds will be carried.


Mrs. Pearl Lehrer, wife of Rab-
bi L. Lehrer ofSt. Pet sbur ha
formerly of Cngregato BehF
of this city, was a recent visitor.

Mrs. Frank Barer was hostess
to the regular Sunday night card
party of Beth El Sisterhood at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gold.
The attendance was large and de-
licious refreshments were served
by the hostess.

The Roumanian Inn, strictly
kosher restaurant, had as its
guests for Monday night supper
Cantor Nathan Wroobel, J. Louis
Schochet, Miami, and Joseph Bak-
er, Phoenix, Af~izo-nit.7

Mrs. M. A. Dubbin of 321 Cro-
ton Way was hostess Sunday
night to the Beth El weekly card
party. There were eight tables of
bridge and handsome prize were
awarded. Delicious refreshments
were served by the hostess.

Congregation Beth El held its
semi-monthly meeting at the com-
munity house, 414 Seventh street.
Matters of importance were dis-
cussed. After the meeting a I
smoker was had, followed by re-

Mr. and Mrs. Katz of Sprmng-
;field, Mass, have arrived to spend
the winter here. Tli y have been
coming here for the past ten

The Junior Council of Jewish
Women will meet at Kaplan hall
next Tuesday at 8 o'clock when
Mrs. Aaron Reder, chairman of
social service, will preside in the
absence of the president. Plans
for the fourth annual December
dance will be made and tickets
distributed to the members of the
committee. Miss Georgia Roth
will be the principal speaker and
will address the members on "So-
cial Welfare." A musical progrant
will be presented by Miss Irene
Farr, chairman of the talent com-

The A. Z. A. will celebrate in-
ternational A. Z. A. day with an
open meeting at Kaplan hall on
December 20, to which the public
is invited. A program will be
presented with prominent speak-
ers making brief addresses and a
number of local Jewish artists
taking part in the musical pro-
gramr. Refreshments will be

As we are going to press the
educational committee of the
Workmen's Circle is sponsoring a
Jewish theatrical presentation at '
the Ada M~erritt Junior high school
of Pinski's "Die Mane."

As we are going to press the
"bowery party" of the Junior
Council of Jewish Wiomen is being
held at K~aplan hall to mark the
close of the membership campaign
conducted for the past two months.

A play to be followed by a Cha-
nuka supper will be presented by
the children of the Talmud Torah
and Sunday school of the Miami
Je wish Orthodox Congregation
during the Chanuka celebration.
Full details will be announced in
an early issue.

Temple Israel Sisterhood service I
will be held on Friday, November

asta pe intbs ocondue Sidtbfh o
~r. Henry- Williams will read the

At the supper sponsored by the
Senior Council of Jewish W'omen
last Sunday evening at K~aplan
hall for the benefit of the Jewish
Wetlfar~e Bureau more than two
hundred guests attended. An ap-
peal by ,\Ir. Jack Bernstein re-
ulted in several hundred dollars
being raised. As a result of the
affair about four hundred and
fifty dollars will be turned over to
the Jewish Welfare Bureau for its
work among the needy- Jews. Can-
tor Boris Schlachman sang, as
did Rose M~ary Gerson, who was
accompanied by Miiss Hortense
Landesman at the piano. Others
taking part in the program were
Mlr. Tomacki, Mr. Norman MIirsky
and Mr. Harry I. Lipton. Pra:-
tically all of the food u~sed was
donated by merchants throughout
the city through the efforts of
Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs. Isidor
Cohen and other members of the

Be~th David Sisterhood is spon-
soring a food sale November 24
and 25 for its Talmud Torah
fund. This will be held on FlaG-
ler street adjoining the Red Cross
drug store. In charge are M!es-
dames J. Silberstein, Isidor Co-

hen, J. Katz, B. K~andel, S. J.
Spector and J. Engler.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-

gation will hear the report of its
nominating committee and wdl
elect officers at a meeting next
Tuesday evening at the syna-
gogue. All members are urged to
be on hand at 8 o'clock.

Mrs. Lazarus Lehrer, wife of
Rabbi Lehrer of St. Petersbur;,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Gulkis of Miami for the past

Mrs. Barney Green and daugh-
ter, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Green of this city, were
joined last Tuesday by Mr. Green,
who came down from Newark, N.
J. They will remain here for the
balance of the season.

A very interesting and instrue-
tive meeting was held last Sunday
at the Arbeiter Ring hall when
the parents of the pupils of the
"Schule" were the guests of the
educational committee. An ad-
dress on "Relations of Parents and
Teachers" was delivered by M.
Litt, teacher of the "Schule." Af-
ter the address and the discussion
that followed refreshments were

Jliss Frances Kane was among
those who entertained the P.-T. A.
of Santa Clara school Wednesday




with a number of piano solos, als;o -
accompanying the violin selec- Congregation Beth El will ob-
tions. serve Sisterhood Night this Fri-
At day, November 20. Rabbi Alex-
Taking part in the plays pre- ander S. Klemnfeld will preach a
sented by the University Players sermon dedicated to the Sisterhood
recently were Miiss Beatrice Sil- of the congregation, choosing as
ver, M~iss Mildred Greenberg and lhis topic "The Consecrated Ideal
Milton Friedman. Home." Mrs. M. Tessler, presi-
rt dent of the Sisterhood, will pre-
M~rs. Louis Klotkin has returned sent the text from Psalms 44. The
to the city from a two months' vis- Hebrew- Literary Society will lead
it in Detroit, Miich., where she in congregational singing with
was called because of the serious special music for the occasion.
illness of her father. She was ac-
companied on her return by her The Saturday morning services
small brother, Carl Rothstein, who of Congregation Beth El begin at
will remain with her during the 10:30 o'clock. A feature of this
arnde season hs owil I attend s rvice Tvi 1 beo te ac imr tio o
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,has attie r hi s thsrw Intehs t

The regular Sunday school ses-
"In the Psalms is to be found a sion of Beth El begins at 10 a. m.

and concludes with an elaborate
program at 11:30 to which the
public is always invited.

The daily Hebrew classes which
are held at the high school build-
ing are already showing remark-
able progress and are always well
attended with unusual regularity.

A Chanukah play entitled "The
[Enemies of Civilization" is now
being prepared by the entire Sab-
bath school with lyrics and spe-
cial music composed by the rabbi.

This Friday evening at 8 o'clock
Reform Congregation Beth Israel
will hold its regular service in the
temple, 2014 Broward avenue. Dr.
Carl N. Herman will officiate and
the subject of the sermon will be
"A Challenge to Israel: What
Shall Be Our Answer ?"

Last Sunday night a large gath-
ering attended the Beth Israel Sis
terhood card party at the home of
M ~r. and Mrs. Abe Kominers. High
score awards were presented to
Mrs. Dave Feldman, Mr. Jack
Fein, Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs.
I. M. Pnrger, Mrs. L. Herzog an~d
Mrs. O. P. Gruner.

Nrext Monday night at 8:3o
Beth Israel Child Study and Par-

remedy for every ill of the soul,"
Dr. Alexrander Kleinfeld, rabbi of
Congregation Beth El, declared in
the course of a lecture on "The
Beauty of the Psalms" before the
weekly meeting of the congrega-
tion's Hebrewf Literadry Society, of
which he is leader. The meeting
was held at the community hous3.
Citing various Psalms which have
found their w~ay into other relig-
ions, Dr. Kleinfeld said that the
prayer book of church and syna-
gogue is in reality the Book of
Psalms. The society held choir
practice. Visitors attending in-
cluded Mrs. Cohen of Palm Beach,
J. Louis Shochet and Cantor Na-
than Wroobel of Miami and Mr.
Joseph Baker of Phoenix, Arizonr.
The next meeting is scheduled for
Monday night, Nove.mber 23, at ?
o'clock, at the community house,
414 Seventh street.

Sam Schutzer has returned to
We~st Palm Beach after an absence
of several months.

Mrs. Sam Berner is slowly con- 1
valescing from an extended ill-

Bar Mitzvah services for Mar.
tin Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Smith, were held Saturday
morning, November 14, at the

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The Shabbas Talith

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A re~k fodd nice nd neat
It slumbers patiently.
But every Shabbas morning
I'm awfully proud to wear
My little Shabbas talith
To say my Shabbas prayer.



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man and Mrs. Harry Markowits.
The guests of honor were present-
ed with lovely gifts. Among those

Chresr a lmM Ms L. s ian
Mrs. L. Richardson, Mrs. A. Gold~
man, Mrs. Sidney Rausin, Mrs.
Sam Tannenbaum, Mrs. D. Solo-
mon, Mrs. Nat Zalka and Mrs.
Rose Rosen. During the after-
noon a delicious ice course was

Invitations have been issued for
a bridge party honoring Mrs. L.
Feldmnan and Mrs. S. Silberman of
Indianapolis, Ind., by their host,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feldman, Lo
be given this afternoon at their

At Ida M. Fisher High
By Ethyl

Listen, between interviewing
seniors and getting "news,"' I'vre
been pretty busy. Anyway, I take
back what I said about seniors not
having ambitions, because Harriet
Kantor said she wanted to be a
journalist. Harriet also has a
hobby. In other words, she likes
to read and likes plenty of clothes.

But the other H. K. (Harriet
Kahn) has other ambitions. "To be
a clever business woman is my
only ambition," was what Miss
Kahn told me. She also likes ten-
nis. You know we have two H.
K.'s at Fisher. Something like
twins, always getting them mixed

Well, alof Fishe~r-1Iigh-i~s get-
ting ambitious. It's a band this
time. Seymour Miller is playing
the cornet; Dan Satin, the saxo-
.hne Id JeucmFlleteman t
sturdy lads!

We ARE "d fernt" at Fisher.
F idy wee are hla ing school I

teachers were trying to "show us
up" to our parents. But nobody
can say we aren't "different" any

If I write any more Pll1 get
"gossipy," so P'd better quit while
the' quitting is good. Toodle-doo.

The Social Ladder of the Egyp-
tians was used in building pyra-





Mrs. Soe.L The patronesses were
Mrs So zky, Mrs. Isaac Levin,
Mrns. Gordon Davis, Mrs. Max Do>-
Hie, M s. EP. c ine Mrs on
emany Geson, Mrs. Herbert Feib-
ela, Mrs. Jacob Kapln, Mrs.
Isidor Cohen and Mrs. Ben Watts,
Miss Bertha Foster, Hannah Ash-
er and Mrs. George Wright. Miss
Greenberg was assisted by Lewis
Eley, violinist, pupil of Albert T.
Foster, and Leonard Rose, cellist
pupil of Walter Grossman.

The regular card party of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Welfare Bureau held at the
home of Mrs. William Clein was
very well attended and enjoyed by
those present. The door prize was
won by Mrs. Max Kupferstein and
others prizes were won by Mrs
Nathan Abramson, Mrs. H. M.
Drevitch, Mrs. S. Silberman of In-
dianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. A. I.
Magid. A buffet luncheon was
served to the guests at a late hour
by Mrs. Clein.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau held a
very interesting initial meeting of
the organization last Monday at
Kaplan hall, when reports of vari-
ous committees were received and
the constitution and by-laws of the
organization were adopted. Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, chairman of the
membership committee, reported
that thus far one hundred and
forty members had been enrolled.
Due to vacancies, Mrs. Jack Bern.
stein was chosen corresponding see-
retary and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
auditor of the organization. The
following committee appointments
were announced: Mrs. Louis Na.
than, chairman of programs; Mrs.
Morris Dubler, chairman of social

ma o hM italit an Mrs.d Gr
don Davis, chairman of school ser.
IviceandMab Giertrudeallres n au F

nan sde iveredviin pir no la dres e
business, meeting a social hour was
set wth Mrs. Harry Isaacs in
cage. Opening pray r was of-
fered by Mrs. Ida Buckstein. Next
meeting will be held on December
21 at Kaplan hall.

Miss A. Tarantul of New York
City is visiting her mother, Mrs.
N. Pritzker, at 979 S. W.V Four-
teenth street, and will remain here
for sometime.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feldman
have as their house guests for the
winter their mother and sister,
Mrs. L. Feldman' and Mrs. S. Sil-
berman, both of Indianapolis, Ind.

A bridge honoring Mrs. L. Feld-
man and Mrs. S. Silberman of In-
Idianapolis, Inodn alnd Mrs. gida n at
the home of Mrs. George Goldberg
last Friday afternoon. A color
scheme of green and yellow was
carried out in the decorations.
Prizes for high score were award-
ed to Mrs. A. Zalka, Mrs. L. Reis-
(Physician) E
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The BBTTER Kind of Printing
At Reasonable Prfees
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The benefit bridge sponsored by
Fo Z. A. (Junior B'nai B'rit~h
A ganstion) was held last Tueg-
org night at the Beth David Tal-
mda nTorah auditorium and was
wd well attended. Prizes were
awarded to Mrs. B. Kandel, 1Mrs*
A. Pepper and Fred K. Shoclhet*
The proceed nil sedevotnee t
welfare wor1 ao sm ed
Jewih fan les.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lear have
returned to Miami after spending
the summer mn te nor *

Miss Millicent Rubin, Miss Fran-
ces Kane and Milton A. Friedman
were made pledges of the Wing
and Wig Club of the Umiversity of
Miami at the pledge service last
Monday. The organization is the
dramatic club of the university
and presents plays from time to

At the pledging service' of the
Upsilon Lambda Phi of the Uni-
versity of Miami, held at the home
of Miss Faye Weintraub 'lalt
Thursday evening, impressive cer-
emonials were conducted by Miss
Weintraub, assisted by Miss Fran-
ces Kane, president of the sorori-
ty. The sorority colors of purple
and white predominated in the dec-
orations. Among those attending
were Mrs. Freda Lutzky, Mrs.
Gordon Davis, Miss Pauline Lasky,
Miss Malvina Weiss, Miss Faye
Weintraub, Miss Mildred Green-
berg and Miss Frances Kane. A
social hour followed the formal
meeting and refreshments were

A board meeting of the Senior
bonil afJewish aWomen 1il be
day, November 25, beginning at
1:15, p. m., with a regular meeting
following at 2 o'clock. "Peace
Day" will be observed .and Miss
Bernice Watts will give an ap-
propriate reading. A social hour
will follow the formal program, in
charge of Mrs. Lewis Brown,
chairman of hospitality*

A meeting of the Junior Chap-
ter of Hadassah will be held Mon-
day evening, November 23, begin-
ning at 8 o'clock, at the MViramar
Hotel on N. E. Seventeenth ter-
race and Bayshore drive, when a
.very interesting and entertaining

We Deeiver

Bun dlIe s

Phone 3-8687
21 North West Ninth Street

program will be presented. A mu-
sicale and addresses by prmn
speakers are part of thepromninent
plans. A social hour wilevening's

The hild eestudy group of Temple
Israel Sisterhood meets regularly
at Kaplan hall every Wednesday
morning at 9:30 and is followed
bya Bible class at 11 o'clock. All
Jewish women may attend the ses-
sions of the child study group.

Mr. Samuel Ge~rson of Wilming-
ton, Del., is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gerson of Mi-
ami Beach. He will remain here
for the balance of the week.

The Junior Hadassah held a
very well attended meeting last
Monday at the home of its presi-
dent, Miss Lena Weinkle, when
final plans for the "'turkey trot,,
being sponsored by the organize_
tion were announced. The event
which will take place at the Scot'
tish Rite Temple next Tuesday
evening, November 242 is in charge
of a committee off arrangements
,headed by Mrs. Sol Rotfort, Tur-
keys will be awarded as prizes
during the evening. Dancing and
novel entertainment will be en-
joyed by the guests.

Beginning Saturday night, De-
cember 5, and continuing Sunday,
the Junior Hadassah will entertain
at a slumber party at the home of
Miss Lena Weinkle. Only those
who have obtained two paid Mc-
Call's subscriptions will be per-
mitted to attend. On December 13
the organization will sponsor a
pot-1 kh supper bridge, full deta l

early date.

Many reservations have been
made for the supper to be given
by the Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael at Kaplan hall at 6 p. m. Fri-
day. Guests of honor for this occa-
sion will be Rabbi David Zielonka
and Judge M. Henry Cohen of
Tampa. These distinguished guests
will be here on the November tour
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. Supper is being
served early in order that guests
may be in time for services in the
temple. Tourists are specially in-
vited, Mrs. J. A. Richter, chair-
man, announces that reservations
may be made with her and must
be made prior to the dinner. This
will be a regular Shabboth supper
with all the ceremonials strictly
adhered to.

The installation supper of the
Beth David officers scheduled for
next Sunday, November 22, has
been indefinitely postponed to at
date which will be announced

Elecionof ffiersfor the La-
diles Axliry of t Mirami Jew-
ish Or thod ox Con gregati on wi ll be
held next Tuesday night in the
vestry rooms of the synagogue.

8. COHN, Manager

An interesting program was
given by Mildred Greenberg, pi-
anist pupil of Hanna Aser o
the University of Miami Conse~ra-

Hn'-y atdemhoH bell last Sunday.
Piano "Etude in C sharp minor"
(Chopin), "Ballade in G minor"
(BrahTasz), "ner sEtd in rt,
violin, "'Legende" (Wieninwsk;),
by Lewis Eley; cello, "HZungarian
Rhapsody" (Popbper), byLeonart
Rose; piano, "es jeu deu
(The Fountain), (Ravel), by Miss
GA eebergi- trio, "Allegr cox bib
Greenebrg, Lewis Eley and Leon-

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to I amin the jaiL.
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u:~-~ :;:=t L4r~-e offer- unpaid bill set dae 812,

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r.~~:,_,: sav~~iEd by jhaS found a planet he has new
rpr~-~. ZT5seein but which he knaows exists.
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~6ai~i8*4e f dee dsg,1~ others smoking, chewing and spittingl~
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Iay there is quite a falling off in
:he a~ttndance thereof.

There are but two classes of
people in this world diifficult to
centIvnee against their will-an

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:De liar's clse~t.

Pa ~res~ should be taught t
srveak only in polsyallals

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ther leson of the mloment.

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LEd tailors take their measawes,

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:;r kitten than~ in a ten of ele

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rzouth shut he will nevr have to

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much~ worn byF the traveling cn
'ranior2s of thte sheriff.

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rion lazy- man. He went to 4
m was- too Jlazy to stop.

Tfhe mnan who goes to cod
because he has nothing else to

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to search for the man it wa
soon be lost in the orwd.

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ast, pedal. antlersr, pis;til

Napoleon dispensed the ot
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(At University of Miami)

By Milton A. Friedman

When a Jew goes after some-
thing he usually goes after it in
a big way. This week a meeting
was held for all students interest-
ed in debating. Of the 19 stu-
dents that showed up eight were
Jews. Not only that, but one of
them, Joe Fleischaker, was elect-
ed president of the debating
council. Those who attended the
meeting' were Pauline Lasky, Jack
Zion, George Baer, Sam Silver,
Cy Blumenthal, Joe Fleischaker
and last year's members of the
victorious freshman team, Milton
Weiss and Milton A. Friedman.
The prospects for another all-
Jewish debating team like last
year are very bright, as you can

For the first time in many years
the U. is not putting out an honor
roll for the first six weeks of work.
It had to be my luck to have prac-
.tically the highest grades in the
entire student body at such a
time. However, I hope that this
will be the worst of my worries,
in which case Pll1 live to a ripe
old age.

Let me tell you about one of the
most enjoyable events that have
happened at the U. For the first
time in about three or four years
all students were compelled to go
to assembly last Tuesday. Nat-
urally the students were peeved,
to say the least. Here was the
setting: The curtain on the stage
was drawn, two rows of seats
pvere filled with professors, and
the rest of the auditorium was
filled with the mad, gesticulating,
inr iclt wtudns da iddenly
lo and behold, there was an eight-
piece jazz orchestra. Tal ~about
your surprises. This one had both

Mrs. Goldstein Plans
Thanksgiving Dinner

Mrs. Rose Goldstein, who is op-
erating the Pioneer Hotel, the G
& L Restaurant at 403 N. E. Sec-
ond avenue and will soon establish
the Goldstein Restaurant in Miami
Breanh i is rnakihneg eabora h re-
giving dinner to be served next
Thursday, November 26, in cele-
bration of Thanksgiving day. Tur-
key in real "Goldstein style" will
be the "piece de resistance" of a
full course dinner replete with
mea goodies, and only popular
pionc arl rg charged. Reserva-

A girl who had* her eyesight re-
stored after several years looked
a ktehde mirror and thought she
loke f lby. However, we can
assure her that one soon gets fa-
miliar with one's appearance, and
ceases to laugh.

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Fireplace Steve and
Kindling Wood
Phone s-assa

Successor to Dr. A. E. McNeill
Room 605, Exchange Building
N. E. 2nd St. and 3rd Ave.
Phone 3-2244

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50o/ Off on All Amateur Work
334 N. PhoSeon o Avenue

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~Tme I.Friday, Nc

'he Z10818( MOVem

Monday, November 2, was tl
Balfour Declaration was issued.
al ica Zionists will hold their convey
It is therefore a good time now to
a of the Zionist movement.
(Continued from
Harry Snell's Report
SHarry Snell, who disagreed with
al the report of his colleagues, stated
h n a minority report that the Brit-
15 h officials in Palestine were a
a. great deal to blame for the riots;
s, regards immigration of Jews,
what was needed was a change of
Inheart on the part of the Arabs who
Shad been misled into the belief
Itthat the Jews were their enemies;
's the Jews, he claimed, were not to
ts blame at all for the riots; they
paid well for the land they bought
from the Arabs and took good
care of those Arabs who were dis-
an possessed from the soil.
(It must be remembered that
much of the land in Palestine is
owned by the Arab nobles known
ofas Effendi. When these nobles
would sell their land to the Jews,
the Arab peasants known as Fela.
been would be dispossessed from
the soil. However, the Jews always
paid these Felaheen for the soil
which was sold to them by the
Effendi. In other words, Jews who
bought land in Palestine paid both
the Effendi and the Felaheen even
though they were only required to
pay the Effendi.)
Criticism of League of Nations
In May, 1930, the Jewish Agen-
i8 cy submitted a criticism of the
Shaw commission's report- to -the
League of Nations. The mandates
Commission of the League of Na-
'ions studied the report of the
Shaw commission and also the
Criticism of it submitted by the
Jewish Agency, and issued a state-
ment saying that the Jews were
right in their claims, and that
SEngland had not been fair to the
SJews nor was it doing its best to
help establish a Jewish National
Home in Palestine.
After the Shaw commission
made its very unfair report on the
August riots in Palestine, the
British government sent out Sir
John Hope Simpson, a so-called
land expert, to make a survey of
Palestine and to make recommen-
dations. Simpson went to Pales-
t ine, spelnt there a number of
weeks, and on October 20, 1930,
made known his report.
The Simpson Report
The report of Simpson and his
recommendations to the Britigh
government were even worse than
that of the Shaw commission. This
socalled expert said in his report
tat Jewish immigration into Pa;-
estine should be stopped altogeth-
er until a census be taken. He said
also that there is very little land
in Palestine for new settlers, and
that under the most favorable cir-
cumstances Palestine could ac-
commodate only twenty thousand
additional Jewish families. Simp-

BOys and Girls

Can you write a story of Jew-
ish interest? Or a poem, or a
joke or riddle? Send them in

Qestio to ys abu ish
history, Jewismh customs or Jlew*
i current events? Inqluire of
Uncle Judah.
P. O. Box 2978 Miami, Fla.


THANKSGIVING (Thursday, November 26th)

Phone 2-9888

ridaSI November 20 2931
Fri u,

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Page Five

)) eOr Boy and Gls

Conducted by Uncle Judah

ovember 20, 191-et Da fK

lent IR Brief RO VieW

he fourteenth anniversary since the
On November 8, 9 and 10, the Amer
ention in Atlantic City, New Jersey
refresh our memories on the history)

SPrevious Issue)
son said that the Arabs need Pal
Iestine for themselves, forgettin@
Sto mention at the same time thal
Trans-Jordania, the land on the
Other side of the Jordan, which it
almost twice the size of Palestine
,has plenty of room for the Arabs
SWhen the League, of Nations
,Igave Palestine to the Jews, it gave
Ilthem the land west of the Jordan
only. That stretch of land is about
,nine thousand square miles. The
,Iland on the right side of the Jor-
dan, known as Trans-Jordania
(about sixteen thousand square
miles), is more fertile than that
of Palestine. This land was also
given to Great Britain as a man-
IIdate by the League of Nations to-
gether with Palestine. Only two
hundred thousand Arabs live in
Trans-Jordania, as against six
hundred thousand in Palestine.
Simpson did not mention that
the Arabs have plenty land be-
longing to them in Trans-Jor-
dania.. Simpson also said in his
report that the Jewish National
Fund method of buying land for
the Jewish people is not satisfac-
tory; that land owned by the gov-
ernment should not be given to the
Jews; and that it was a mistake
ogh so thoen 1w aRutenberg, ath
power in Palestine.
The Simpson report plainly
showed that the British govern.
ment was anti-Semitic.
After Simpson had made his
recommendations concerning Pal-
estmne, the British government an-
nounced what it intends to do in
Palestine. Lord Passfield, the
British colonial ministeQ issued
this declaration and therefore the
announcement has been known as
the Passfield White Paper.
The Passfield White Paper
This Passfield White Paper,
which was based on the Simpson
report, is very unfavorable to the
Jews. In fact, when we read the
document we realize from every
other sentence that the British
government regrets that it ever
issued the Balfour Declaration
and is trying its best to nullify
the mandate of the League of Na-
tions by finding much fault with
the Jews in Palestine.
British Troubles In India
E ver y intelligent schoolboy
knows that the people of India are
in revolt against the British Em-
pire. India contains more than
320,000,000 people, about, one-
sixth of the population of the
world. The British government is
keeping the Indian people in sub-
jection against their will, and the
ople, led by Mahatma Ghandi,
ein revolt. There are 40,000,-
b slems or Mohammedans in
dn Most of the other people
In Indi are Hindus (of the Hin-

d eiion). The whole world
knowsta Gre B ti~n i~s0 orns

lems n India by preventing the
Jews from making further prog.
rers me alestine.i The British
have the Mdohammedans in India
side with it against the Hindus.
sFor most of the Arabs in Pales-
tine are also M~ohammedasg.)
(Continued in Next Issue)

slev,5692Number 11.

J FLoon

-Long, long ago, oh, very long
.The people did things that were
And Gwrong,
To thid was sorry, really sad,
T hnk that people were so bad.
H .
-God said: "I'11 have to end it aill
TIAnd let a flood of waters fall,,'
tl But God told Noah, who wa go
s o ul himself an ark of wood.
,So Noah built himself an ark
Andgo her wood and cypress bark,
1(-n wen He made the doors and
IWith tar he made it waterproof
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When Noah with his work was

SHe took his sonstruh and their wives,
Into the ark he made them go
'Because the Lord had told him so.
The birds flew in, in pairs they
The beasts went also, two by two;
:)Then lots of food was stored away,
They didn't know how long they'd
For forty days the rain came
It covered valley, hill and town;
For forty days it didn't stop,
Until it reached the mountain top.
And in the ark they had to stay,
Until the waters passed away,
And when the dove from them did

Then they knew the land was dry.
And when they left the ark in

To Gop absve they offered pray-
God sent a rainbow up above
Assign of peace and lasting love.

so fast.
the fast
all. The
and sing

and professors `dumb-
You have never seen an
change their expressions
The students were soon
and singing in time with
music. But that wasn't
orchestra started to play
such pieces as "St. Louis

Children's Obliations
To Parents

uRespect your parents as
respect Me," says God.

Blues" and "Mlinnie the Moocher."
This was too much for the faculty
members. Slowly but surely most
of them left the hall. The stu-
dents got such a kick out of It
that they; didn't stop talking about
it until days later.

"All work and no fun makes
Jack a dull boy." The student
motto. By the way, this motto is
good for everyone. With this bit
of philosophy I bid you fond adieu.

Psychology is where the man-
ufacturers of weighing machines
finally brought out the model
with a tiny window at the top
where the stout customer gets the
bad news privately..


A son must, if necessary, feed
and support his parents.

A child owes its life to
to God, to its father, and

to its

Only when the father tempts
the son to commit sin is disobed-
ience justifiable.

Whl cod soln honor Hies pa-
dw lling near the child, and were
Himself receiving honor.

Even if it happens that the son
is a teacher, yet if the father is
present, the son must rise before
him in the presence of all his pu-

If in after life the son prospers
and is richer than his father, he
must see that his prosperity is
shared by his parents. He must

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