The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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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

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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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University of Florida
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LOKIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AlOl ST 31, 19:11
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around the
World
Kstabliahea $1,500 Hebrew
Literature Prize
. alem A $1,500 prize to be
: annually to that Hebrew
uuthor or poet who makes tin beat
ut ion to Jewish thought or1
h haa been established by
Salman Schocken, a German-Jew-
ish department store magnate now
n Palestine. The prize is
named after the late Cliaim Naoh-
ii Bialik, Hebrew poet laureate,
.uiii will Ix1 awarded each year on
. ntv-first of Taniuz, the date
Bailik's death.
Mathematician dels Snvjet Post
Paris Sholom Divolitzki, well
known Jewish mathematician and a
native of Riga, has been appointed
r the Soviet trading bureau
Paris.
Palestine Medical Center to Bo
limit dm Mount Scopus
New YorkMount Scopus, site
"f tin Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, will also he the site of the
nodical center and graduate
"t medicine in Palestine, it
ii announced by liada-sah
.mil the American friends of the
.\ University. The center
will he known as the Rothschild-
II sah-University Hospital, and:
the hospital itself will he one of
CO largest in Palestine, with
I'm- 210 beds. The hospital
'.vill he administered by Ilada.-.-ah,
in academic- work of the in-
on will he directed by the
Hi p\\ University, Plans [or the
include the establishment of
clinical and research lab-1
ies.
new hospital will take the
of the present llada--ah-
hild Hospital. which is
' :n an old building in a
i section of Jerusalem. A
of exiled German special
being considered I'm the
al and teaching staffs.
Hitfh Holy Days
To He Observed
W ih the app f the High
Ho'j t)ays, thi re if a marked ac-
tivity in the local Jewish commu-.
nities. At Beth David Synagogue,
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate.
with Cantor Louis Hayman chant-
ing the Musofim and Mr. I...ui -
Weinklc chanting the Shachris. At
Beth Jacob < ion, Miami
Beach, Rabbi David I. Roaenbloom
will officiate, with thi well known
Cantoi Boris Schlachman chanting
the Musofim and Rev. Ii. Goodman
chanting the Shachris, At Temple
Israel special services will he con-
ducted, with Rabbi Dr. Jacob II.
Kaplan officiating. Special chil-
dren's services will be held. At
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con
gregation, Rabbi Julius Washer
will officiate, with Cantor Rabbi
Alex s. W'iesel chanting the Muso-
fim and Mr. William Clein chant
ins the Shachris. Rosh Hashono
will begin at sundown Sunday eve-
ning, September '.'. The first day
"i Rosh Hashono, Monday, Sep
:ember 1". will he observed by all
. and the second day of Rosh
Hashono. Tuesday, September II.
will he observed by all excepting
ih. Reform Jews, i'om Kippur,
the day of atonement, will begin
ai Sundown Tuesday, September
Is. and will continue until sun-
down Wednesday evening, Septem-
ber 10.
Louis Milgrim, New York
Merchant. Dies in Pari-
Paris Louis Milgrim, president
"f H. Milgrim ami Brothers, Inc.,
fashionable couturiers of New
' died suddenly here of a heart
Mc was in his 56th year.
A native of Russia, ho began his
business career in a small ladies'
tailoring shop founded by his fam-
11V on Houston Street, in New
Vork's crowded Fast Side ghetto.
Prom this small beginning he ami
Ma brothera developed the fash-
shop now located in the
Ui Fifties, just off Fifth ave.
,n the winter season they operate
"Miljrrim's," a fashionable shop -m
Lincoln Road. Miami Reach.
Mi. Milgrim was a director oi
''" Hebrew National Orphan Home
"f Tuckahoe, a member of the
"l:" and a patron of the Homes of
"f the Sons and Daughters of -la
''"''- He was also honorary presi
f the Milgrim Fraternal As-
"ti and a member of the
G'and Street Association. His
widow and son, who are associate I
'n the business, survive him.
Christian
Principles ? ? ?
Wednesday's Miami Herald car-
ried the following news item -up-
plied bj the Vssociated Press. We
reprint it. and with it another item
which is verj enlightening. Com-
ment, we believe, i- superfluous.
ATLANTA, Aug. 28, Adolf Hit-
ler has no desire to become
of the Church and will not force
I ri i l liinviic- of Germany into
the State Church. Dr. Louie I'.
\ewi..... a leading Southern Bap-
tist minister, today -aid afu r his
return from the Baptist World con
ference in Berlin. >
The Atlanta minister, who hear.I
Hitler'- address at the funeral of
former President von Hindenberg,
said the Nazi chieftain had prom-
ised to carry out the Christian
principles of the dead leader and
showed such sincerity in making
the promises that he did not be-
lieve Hitler could be so great a
hypocrite as to bo vehemently
promise what he did not intend to
carry oil!.
Reichebiahop Mueller Vreacnes '
Continued War on Jew"
Berlin"Hitler's fight is a tight
lor Christendom against Jews,
Reichsbishop Ludwig Mueller de-
,.,..,,,, before a crowd gathered to
celebrate the'Nazi victory in the
recent plebiscite, in an address urg-
ing that even more rigorOUS me a-
u,es he adopted against the .lews
f the Reich.
Our Duty
We note with pleasure that
though belated, our Rabbis and
others of the local Jewish com-
munity have awakened to
their dut) and will hold a me-
morial meet inn Sunday evening
to honor (he memory of the
late lamented Jewish poet-lau-
reate. Chaim Nachnian Bialik.
Need we say more than to
urge upon ever) Jew in the
Greater Miami area the duty
to himself as a matter of self-
respect to attend.
And at this time another
dut) conies to the fore. We
don't like to be reminded of
unpleasant facts and to be
told that we have forgotten to
do our duty. Nevertheless .
How man) of us these days,
here in Miami and .Miami
Reach, with our High Holy
Days fast approaching have
bethought ourselves of our
fellow men, women and chil-
dren, who are in need and in
want'.' Soon we shall hear the
solemn and mournful strains of
the "Insane Tokef," which tug
al one's very heart amidst a
stillness and quiet that is awe-
some and inspiring. And when
I he Cantor reaches the phrase
"Who shall be inscribed lor
life, and who for death," the
worshipers become serious and
thoughtful, lor, alter all, who
knows what the coming year
ma) have in store for us?
And when the Cantor con-
cludes the passage, the entire
congregation responds .
'T'shuvoh, iisfiloh. ut/doko.
maavirin es roah hagzarah,"
(repentance, p r a y e r and
CHARITY avert the terrible
decree. Our sages have in-
terpreted "ut/doko" to mean
"momon," the GIVING of AC-
II A I. (ASH to the poor and
need).
It is customar) at this time
for the Jewish Welfare Bureau
to ask each and every Jew,
man, woman and child, to con-
tribute the small sum of
ONLY ONE DOLLAR
to the organization for actual,
immediate relief to deserving
men. women and children .
OCR OWN FLESH AND
BLOOD.
Let us not shirk this duty.
Let there be obviated the ne-
cessity for a direct appeal in
the synagogues. Send your
dollar to the bureau in the
Myer-Kiser Bldg. RIGHT
NOW. It is OCR DUTY.
Recovery Day
At Fair
' JHNIII
I
Lipton Recovers
From Attack
Harry I. l.ipton, prominent at-
torney and president of Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, Miami Reach.
who was seriously wounded when
an insane1 man stabbed him ami an-
other passenger on a bus bound to
Miami hist Sunday evening, is
lowly recovering. He is expected
i return to his home some time
today from the hospital at West
Palm Reach, where he has bee n a
patient since the attack.
New York -Religion and Wel-
fare- Recovery Day will be- observed
j officially at the Century of Prog
rcss Exposition in Chicago em Sep-
tember -ii.
The- National Committee for Re
'ligion and Welfare Recovery, which
I is composed of 300 leading church
and welfare officials from all .sec-
tions of the United States, will di-
rect a special program at the fair-
grounds on that day. Paralleling
the exhibits of material progress
which have attracted so much at-
tention, this program will present
iii concrete form the advances
made- in religious and welfare work
in this country during the past
hundred years. Portions of the
program, it is expected, will be
broadcast from the Century of
Progress.
The National Committee, with
its 18 bishops, 30 pastors, priests
and rabbis, 22 college presidents,
educators and editors. Kid or more-
national officer- of church benev-
olent boards, and many prominent'
Catholic, Protestant ami Jewish
laymen, will convene in Chicago on
September 20 to make plan- for
the coming year. Emphasis will
be placed upon the efficiency of
existing church and welfare- or-
ganizations. No new machinery or
organization will he proposed. A
report of religious progress will
!e presented, based on the records
of the past century and figures
now being compiled by a commit-
tee "f statisticians and historians.
There is no suggestion of de-
featism in connection with the re-
liglOUS welfare work of the- na-
tion, says a statement issued by
the National Committee. The weird
"recovery" in the committee's
name, it was further stated, refers
only to the past five- years of dc-
; r< --.on, anil not to the notable
progress which characterize-- Amer-
ican religious development within
the century.
Announcements
1 i
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MIAMI JKWISH ORTHODOX
( OMJREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
The usual Friday evening serv-
ices be-gin at 6:15 o'clock. Satur-
day morning services begin at 9
o'clock. Mincha service.- at 5:30
p. m., with Maariv following. Sat-
urday night the- first Slichos will
bo ushered in at 11 :,"0 o'clock, with
a brief sermon by Rabbi Julius
Washer. Following the sermon
Cantor-Rabbi Alex S. Wiesel will
hant the usual traditional Slichos,
beginning promptly at midnight.
There will be no admission charge.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington An., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
The usual services begin tonight
at 6:15 o'clock. Tomorrow morn-
ing services begin at 8:,'l(l. .Mincha
services begin at ."> p. m., followed
by the Maariv. Saturday night
the first Slichos will be ushered
in with a sermon by Rabbi David
I. Rosenbloom, who will preach in
Yiddish. Following the sermon
Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant
the traditional Slichos service, be-
ginning at midnight. The public-
is asked to attend.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
117 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Service--- will be- re.-uined tonight
promptly at S o'clock, with a wel-
coming sermon by Rabbi Kaplan,
who returned from his vacation
thi- week. The Usual services will
be observed. 'Hie public is In-
vited to attend.
Bialik Meeting
To Be Held Here
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO. Rnbbi
.lews of the Greater Miami area
are urged to attend a memorial
meeting to pay tribute t<> the noted
Hebrew poet and ardent Zionist,
the late Nachman Bialik, who died
recently. Participating in the pro-
gram will be members of the local
Hadassah chapters and the local
Zionist district. Addresses will be
made by prominent speakers, in-
cluding Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Julius Washer, Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom, who will speak in Yiddish
and then road several of Bialik's
poems in the original Hebrew. Miss
Adole Segal will give a reading,
and Ernest J. London will recite
a poem. "Hazkoro" will be recited
by one of the local cantors who
will participate. The meeting will
be held Sunday evening, September
2, at the London Arms Hotel, 727
Collins ave., Miami Beach, begin
ning promptly at 8 o'clock. Harry
Simonhoff of the local Zionist dis-
j trict will preside.
The usual Friday evening serv-
ice-- begin at 6:15 o'clock. Satur-
day morning services begin at 8,
with Mincha at 5 p. m followed
by Maariv. Saturday night the
first Slichos will he ushered in at
11:30 o'clock, when Rabbi Shapiro
will preach a brief sermon, and
Cantor Hayman will chant the tra-
ditional Slichos service, l>oginnimr
at midnight. The public is in-
vited.
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over station WlOD at nine-
o'clock on Sunday morning on
"Poor in Deeds Am 1." This is
th< first in the series of special
High Holy Day sermons. In addi-
tion to the sermon, there will be
prayers, scripture reading and a
question box.


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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, AuKust 81,
1934
Final arrangements for the High
Holy Days services at Beth Jacob
Congregation have been concluded
the seating committee under the
direction of Mr. M. B. Frank. All
Beata are reserved and those who
desire to attend ar< urged to call
at the synagogue to select their
Beats. The Beating committee "ill
be in attendance at the synagogue
nning tomorrow night from 8
to li o'clock, and every evening of
next week excepting Friday night
from T to '.' o'clock. Next Sunday
morning, September '.'. the seating
committee will be there all day
until sundown.
Because of the fact that our next week's issue will be a banner "Bosh Hashono"
number, all society news must be in by Tuesday evening, September 2nd. I'hone all
items in immediately to 2-1183.
engaged in aiding numerous Jew- The final of the dance contest- gift. Among those attending were
Ish institutions here, helping to '"'" '""' summer that have been Ruth First, Beck Nash. Viola Kate,
found many of them. The
. sponsored by the Junior Council of Harold Farkas, .lack Zion, Al Pal-
Jewish Women was held last Sun 1,.11. Julius Mcndclson, Have Hay-
was attended by most of the citys (|:iv evening a1 lh(. Alcasar Hotel.
Jewish community. She
\ i> ;trial Murry Cohen.
is sur- After a spirited contest partici-
by her husband, two sons re- pated in by twelve couples the prize
in Savannah, and three donated by one of the local mer-
chants, a silver loving cup, wa-
presented to doe Scheinberg and
Sylvia Fair. Miss Kuth Sontag
was chairman of the arrangement
Girls' Division of the Young committee.
vived
Biding
daughters, two of whom residt
Savannah and one in Miami.
Tin
With the return to tin city this
week of Kablii Jacob II. Kaplan of
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sal
SVauchula, Fla., and Mrs. ||
Schneider of Arcadia, pla. are
spending several weeks al Miami
Beach.
Rabbi and Mis. Julius v.
an- now located at the Marlboro
Apartments, 436 S. W. in
M ami.
*
Mr. Samuel Small, prominent
merchant and communal
returned to the city follow
absence on a combined busim
pleasure trip in the North.
Miss Irene
visiting her
Fair, who has been Men's Hebrew Association will
brother, Mr. Aaron sponsor a membership drive. The
The next board meeting of the
organization will be held Tuesday
Fan. at Gary, Ind.. will return to first of a series of events to aid evening, September 11. at the
the city some time today. Her the drive will be a Pot Luck Sup-
moihcr. Mrs. Harry H. Fair, who per next Tuesday evening at 7
is in Gary, Ind., with her -on. will
return for the High Holiday.-.
home of Miss Mildred Dreisen in
the Everglades Hotel. The regu-
lar membership meeting for the
month of September will lie held
.'clock at the clubhouse. The com-
mittee in charge consists of Miss
Shirley Klkin. chairman: Miss den- at the home of Miss Gertrude Rap-
nie Spector and Miss Hose Dubler. paport, 830 X. W. 86th st., on Tues- I
The next general meeting will day evening, September 2:<. Ail I
be held September ll a: 8:30. members are urged to attend.
*
Plans for the second annual ad- The University of Miami Con- |
ministration dance sponsored by servatory of Music is offering four |
Miamians will learn with inter-
est of the graduation of Arthur
Kahn, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
have Kahn of Elizabeth, X. J.,
from the Thomas Jefferson ll gh
1 with honor.-. Arthur has
entered the University of lVnnsyi- the Junior Chapter of Miami Ha- >'"' scholarships lor the coming11
.i pre-medical course. The dassah Sunday evening, September vear> according to Bertha Foster, }
Kahns formerly lived in Miami, 2, at the beautiful Clipper Ship of director, Two of the scholarships ]
the Deauville Casino in Miami win >"' !M i,i;">" :""1 two in voice, j MICHEL KLEMTNER and BOSEMARY (GERSON]
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where they were active communal
if the -tar pupils of Han Beeves. I.eo Ackerman will l,lili">1* '' the piano scholarships
will take place at '! p. m., Sept. 2N;
those iii voice on Sept. 2'.' and Nov.
2. also at 3 p. m.
is. mid Arthur attended Riv- Beach include a floor show pre- Theoretical and academic work will |
erside i I Ada Merritt schools. Bented through'the courtesy of Lil- bfincluded. Examination of ap-
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Beth Daid Talmud Torah and Sun- again demonstrate his abilities as
lay school and received a number master of ceremonies. Other en-
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studies. jng the evening, in addition to the
dancing that will be enjoyed. No
Savannah. Ga., lost one of its tickets will be sold by the commit-
most active Jewish communal tee and all admissions will be paid
workers when Mrs. Hmde Foster, at the door. All members and
wife of Max Foster, president of friends of Hadassah are urged t,
the Board of Education of the He- attend. In charge of arrangements
bivw School of B. B. Jacob Syna- is a committee headed by Mi.-.- Ida
gogue died here recently. De- Engler as chairman, with Miss Ida
-.ended from a long line of prom- Safer, Mr-. Leo Chaikm and Mis<
inent scholars, she was actively Sylvia Rayviss assisting.
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Mrs, II. I.. Kaufman and son.
Marvin, of Miami Beach, will re-
turn this week from a five weeks'
trip to New York, Rhode Island and
Massachusetts.
>;i
In. and Mr.-. Jacob II. Kaplan
returned this week after a sum-
mer trip which took them to many
cities throughout the United States
and Canada. In New York city Dr.
Kaplan with Rabbi Israel I..
n if Jacksonville, attended a
two weeks' conference of liberal
Christian ministers at the Union
Theological seminary.
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein en-
tertained at dinner last Sunday aft-
'iii...... in honor of the sixtieth wtd-
ding anniversary of Mrs. Clein's
parents, Air. and Mi-. A. Jacobs,
formerly of Atlanta, (la., and now
of .Miami. Children, grandchildren
v : i andchildren of the -la
cobs attended. At the close of the
of honor u. re
ed with a beautiful gift by
their grandchildren to i-ommemo
rate the event. A large number "f
r were 11 ceived from the
children and grandchildren who
were unable to attend.
Mi -. Sol Rotfort, Irving
Rot fort and Mi Rotl i t's parents,
Mi. and Mrs. J. Hartz, n turned to
the city after having -pent several
in the North. While away
Mrs. Rotfort attended the annual
convention of the .National Junior
-an a- a delegate from the
Miami Chapter.
-
Miss Sylvia Rayvis entertained
a number of friends at bridge last
Tu.-day evening in honor of her
cousin. Miss Selma Rayvis of Phil-
adelphia, who is her house guest.
"aid- were played and during the
evening dancing and refreshments
were enjoyed. The guest of honor
was the recipient of a beautiful
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u Meond ri matter July 4.
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Dm Tm.......H.Oei
Vol. 7No. S3
FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1934
Economics of
Persecution
rta from Germany indicate
that I" Hjalmar Schacht, Minis-
Economics, is doing his ut-
i persuade foreign bankers,
in- among them, i" grant
intry loans or credits where-
purchase raw materials, of
which there is a great dearth in
N'azilund. So eager, indeed, is Dr.
aid to be for these loans
has even intimated, though
iblicly, that something may
about the persecution of
Jews and other non-Nazi elements
German population. Per-
e hints emanating from
the l'' Hm Economics Ministry
red by news of the pe-
titions addressed to Secretary of
Hull, which are now being
circulated in the United States by
the Chicago Committee for the De-
of Human Rights Against
and which point out that
"the United States cannot afford
way to seem to approve of
nment that prosecutes and
"ills scholars, pacifists, Socialists,
' Protestants, Jews, worn-
labor almost indiscriminate-
ly' The petitions refer directly
German attempts to float
'"'"- through American hankers.
" will not be enough to end
tion of all liberal-mind
ple to the idea of helping
rmany in any way. Let Dr.
Schacht take up the matter with
lehrer Hitler and the oth-
ers that be, and sec to it
Nazi persecutions stop and
that German Jews are restored to
stua of full-fledged citizen-.
Then he will he able to improve
conomic situation of Ger-
and, incidentally, he will
the prestige among the
nations which Germany has not
I since January, 1933.
Jerusalem's
Medical Center
'"'l hospital undei the jurisdiction
of Hadassah ami a graduate school
"' medicine directed by the He
brew University, may be take, as
an indication that......Btruction
Work on tin- medical center will
-""" begin. The cornei stone lay-
mg for the hospital building is
scheduled to coincide with the next
Hadassah convention in An
and a campaign to raise $200,000
for a building fund i.- already un-
der way hi re. It i- expected that
a number of exiled German Jewish
medical scientist will b< appoint-
ed to the hospital and teaching
staffs, ami it i. hoped that the
research facilities to be provided
will make the new institution the
greatest center (,f medical science
in the Near Ea t,
Hadassah, the American Jewish
Physicians' Committee and the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University are to be- congratulat-
ed on this enterprise, which is now
approaching realization.
West Palm Beach
Notes
Mi and Mrs Lo ii: Da
and daught i Beatrice and Es-
telle, and M '-. 11:,.
Mrs. Kaj Samuels, returned from
an extended visit to New York
and the North.
will spend some lime here as the
guest of her daughter.
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The Junior Workmen'.- Circle
met at tile home of Miss Helen
.Moss Wednesday evening. Several
new members were admitted. In-
ting discussions were held. A
social hour followed.
Mrs. Jacob Fein of Asbury Park
spent several days here to look
after her local interest.-, returning
home Thursday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss and sons
returned from Chicago.
Mrs. Philip Bulesky and daugh-
. Alice, returned to their home
at Lake Worth after visiting rela-
tives and friends in New York and
Newark, N. J.
Dr. Carl N. Herman conducted
service-- at Temple Beth Israel last
Fridaj night and will again
ciate tonight.
Rabbi Issor Muskat spoke on
-The Need and Functions of Re-
ligion'' at services last Friday
night and will again conduct serv-
ices and prea.h tonight al B< th El
Congregation.
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood
sponsored a basket picnic party
last Thursday afternoon on the
Crokcr estate at Palm Reach.
Games were enjoyed and prizes
were awarded to the children. In
charge of arrangements were Mes-
dame.- O. P. Gruner, Justin Held
and Sol Rubin.
Plans for the High Holy days
were adopted at a meting of Beth
Ki sisterhood at a meeting heid
Tuesday night at the home of Mrs.
Irving Moss. A Bocial hour fol-
lowed the business meeting.
All members and friend.- are
jrged to attend the next meeting
,f West Palm Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'r tli Monday evening. September
, the Monterey II itel. Impor-
Guest (country inn)The best
room in the house, please.
Clerk That is take n. but I can
Hive you one just as good.
taut business wil
Ik- tran-ac'.ed.
The announcement that a site on
lounl Scopus. Jerusalem, has been
''' been chosen for the projected
''""'"hild Hadassah University
11 "-1'ital, which will include a 210-
A social hour and refreshment.- Will
follow the business meeting.
Miss Adeline Goldstein returned
from a two weeks' stay in Miami.
Sidney Sneider, son of Mr. and
Mrs Jack Sneider, a student or
Oglethorpe University, is -pending
several week, with his parents.
Mrs. Cy Argintar and Mrs. liar
ry Halpem were hostesses at a
bridge partv for the benefit of
Beth Israel Sisterhood lasl Sunday
al Schwartzberg Hall.
Mr and Mrs. Sam Bern. r. for
.,. residents of this city and now
0f Tampa, arrived last Sunday. Mr.
Banter returned and Mrs. Bcrncr
Rabbi Issor Muskat, who recently
became head of Congregation Beth
El, is now in charge, having active-
Is assumed his duties last week.
He comes from Niagara Falls,
when he Berved a number of year .
He is a graduate' of the University
of Cincinnati, Marietta College.
Marshall College, Ohio State Uni-
Hc has been abroad sev-
eral times, where in- studied ex-
tensively. He is an ardent Zionist
i and will endeavor to do
constructive work along this line
here.
Tampa Notes
Mis.- Loui ii Solomonson and Dr.
Louis Rosen were married last
week in a quiet ceremony in the
presence of a small group of rel-
atives and friends at the bride's
home in the Renmah Court apart-
ments, 21 it Dekle ave.
Rabbi David Zelonka of the
Temple Schaarai Zedek officiated
the couple was unattended.
h......diutely after the ci remony
ouplc left for a wedding trip
era! days to Miami and t lie
..a and will return to re-
Renmah court.
"The bride, who is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. I- S. Solomonson of
Atlanta, who were' here' for the
Uge, was educated in that
city, coming to Tampa to reside
about six month- ago. Her hus-
hancl, a chiropodist, is a native of
Patcrson, N. !., and a graduate of
the Illinois College of Chiropody.
He is active in communal work
and is secretary of the local \.
M. II. A.
Outstanding among the social
of last week was the mar-
riage of Miss Florence Lillian Ad-
elson to Maurice Stein, which took
place on the mezzanine floor of
the Floridan hotel.
Rabbl Adolph Burger of Temple
Rodoph Sholom officiated.
A reception was given by the
mother of the bride, Mrs. Edward
II. Adelson, after the ceremony.
\ isting in toe Hospitalities
were Mrs. J. E. Levine and Mrs.
.lack Hademna, aunts of the bride
from the North.
The bridal couple left for a wed-
ding trip ill North Carolina, from
where they will return to Tampa
to reside after two or three weeks.
The engagement was made
known at a luncheon given Satur-
day by Miss Lena Stein, whose en-
gagement to Milton Seymour Lew
Was announced at the same- time.
Several hospitalities have been
planned to honor the two after
Mr. stein and his bride return here.
Jinks--Brown say- his daughter
is progressing by leaps and bounds
in her pianei practice.
Binks That'.- just how it
sounds.
MediumYour husband's spirit
is here.
Widow And what is he saying?
Medium He- says he- i- happy
because he won't get the' bill for
that hat.
Thej say in business he plays
chesi.
lb takes no stock in happine ,
Or the well being or the hope
Of those who work for him, and
grope
Hack to the light of day again.
The' boss plaj chi -- His pawns
are men.
lie sits aloof from those- who trj
To please' him, with B wary eye
Upon his interest.- and feels
Himself a man of high ideals.
With no thought but of gain, he
plays
A game of stalling and delays.
I think there is a Powi r that sees.
His many needless cruelties,
And sometime, though the years
arc long,
That bait the weak, and feed the
strong,
I he Boi will hear, as lights grow
dim:
"( 'he'ckmate !" It will be laid
to him!
LucyAnil, Aunty, if people
-tay married 20 years, what is
that, wooden?
Auntie- No, Lucy dear. Solid
An answers editor is asked
what the- star stands for on the
Soviet soldier's cap. Maybe It's
approved by Good Housekeeping.
Our marines are- home- from
Haiti after 19 year-. They say the
place is all right for a visit, but
they wouldn't care to settle.
A coast divorce- went through 10
minutes after the filing e,f the
petition. These things take a lit-
tle time as you have to prove- you
are married.
Palpable exaggerat ons are creep-
ing into feature stories from the
drouth country. One has the- cut-
worms tackling spinach.
Parson Johnson When Gabriel
sound- his trumpet, brother, oh,
what will you do?
Sam Tuffer If ah'm erossin' a
street ah'll sprint like- sin! I'll
take- no chance's mi it's be in' an
automobile.
Cupid is a great court fa.
(if course you earn an enor
s ilary, but do you gel it'.'
When a married woman loses
I r temper, her husband usually
finds it.
I. of ii leu fall in love with the
figure- of an heiress.
After a strenuous struggle to
acquire fame-, many a man finds
himself infamous.
Cities are full of eminent law-
yers, but there is .-till plenty of
room iii the pre-eminent class.
Miss Pickles Don't you think
she's a regular little spitfire?
Aunt PrimmeI wouldn't use
hm course vulgarism, but I Con-
ner a conflagration expec
mist.
Budding genius doesn't always
beai fruit.
A record is a fragile- thing: you
can't lower erne- without breaking it.
.Many of the Well-laid plans of
u hen are- hatched out by an in-
cubator.
The- best sermon is the one that
your head and hits the
other fellow.
The' average man is willing to
forgive an enemy after he gets
square with him.
Those- who know say that cases
like that of the Columbus citizen
who has talked uninterruptedly for
11 day- are extremely rare- among
Officers of < ongregation Rodeph
Sholom request all who are unaffil-
iated with any synagogue to make
arrangements for -cats lor the
High Holy Days by applying to L.
Wohl A Sons, 16th St. and 6th ave..
or Mr. Simon Essrig, 916 Frank-
lin it.
Imagination is responsible for
half eif our troubles and our ac-
tions are- responsible for the- other
half.
A Broadway columnist was
blown out of bed by a gas explo-
sion. For a minute it was feared
that he had pfft.
First Surgeon Was your opera-
tion successful em that rich brokl r"
Second Surgeon oh. yesj he' let
me in em a stock operation before
he died.
Women are- supposed to be vain,
but no man is as handsome as he
thinks he is.
A friend in Chile' forwards the
local prescription for a cocktail.
You put the ingredients in a shak-
er and wait for the earthquake.
Mr. Max Argintar is spending
his vacation at Asheville, N. C.
Miss Dena Beckett i- visiting rel-
atives in Miami.
Mr. A. s. Finmnn and S. N. Mor-
ris are- visiting relative's in New
Yolk and Hartford, Conn.
A local young bride make- gr d-
ikes that compare- favorably
with almost any of the commercial
types of paper plate-.
The annual pilgrimage to the
graves of their beloved ones, the'
custom of visiting "Kaver <>
will be observed by members of
Rodoph sholom Congregation Sun-
day, September r. from 9 to 11 a.
in. at the ce metery of the- congre-
gation. Rabbi Adolph Burger will
read the memorial prayers.
Miss Mildred Slmovitz and Mis-
Miriam LebowitZ have' returned
from a trip tee the North.
A schedule of services for th<-
High Holy Days for Temple Schaa-
rei Zedek will appear in the next
week'- issue of the- Jewish Flo-
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Pa*a Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, August 31, ]
.
2tatto ^gnagog Bulletin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder and Director, Radio Synago* of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Vol. IV. SUNDAY. AUGUST 28. 19.11 No. SI
"The Jew Interprets"
Scripture Reading. (Jenesis. Chapter XII, Verses 14*16, Inclusive, and
Daniel. Chapter V, Verses 13-16, Inclusive.
I have selected the foregoing texts from the Scriptures to intro-
duce the sermon this morning, because the Jew has been called a
"D.eamer." Joseph's brothers, in their ridicule of him, said to one an-
other, "Behold, this dreamer cometh." In the original text, in the
Hebrew, "Baal Chalomoth" means the master of dreams. That epithet
has been hurled against us by our brothers in the human family
flunt. at us in a derogatory sense. But. the Jew is more than :i
dreamerthough that is no insulthe is an interpreter of dream.-,
even of the dreams of others. As such he is valuable.
One of the sages is quoted In the Talmud ;is saying that "all
dreams follow their interpretation, and a dream that has not been in-
terpreted is as a letter that has nol been read," As in the cases of
Pharaoh, Nebuchadnezzar and Belshazzar. the Jew has been the inter-
preter of the dream- of the world. Many of these dreams he first
saw in his own vision: hoped for therr materialization: gave them the
best possible of all interpretation-; discussed them with others; taught
their lessons to his neighbors; and, when they. I >o, saw the visions of
a better world, a nobler humanitythe Jew again lent his inter;in
powers to hasten the ultimate goal.
The dreams of tho Jew have been for world peace, for an enlight-
ened race, for a reign of justice, and for the supremacy of all that is
rohl.' and pure, others have In i world supremacy, of
a reign of terror and despotism, of oppression and persecution. The
Jew has interpreted dream- int and instruction, into enlight-
enment and progress; he ha- told his -' irj with thi ew if raising
the level of life. Not so with the dreamers who have disrupted the
haimony of the human race.
I quote from an editorial in a er: "In his book, 'My Strug-
gle," Hitler explain- hi- method tics: "To win the sympathy of
the broad masses you must tell them the crude--, and most stupid
things." Everyone who has followed Hitler's campaigns, his appeal-
to racial prejudice, to nai nania, knows that he faith-
fully followed hi- rule. The sentence was deleted from the later edi-
tions ot his i.oo. ii:- faithful : reading it. might not just
relish their master's description of the kind of bait with which they
wire hooked." On another day. there was a quotation from the writ-
ing of Augu-t Hoppe, Hitler Youth ; ent. It read. "Hurl from
you the Jewish-Christian ideas of sinfulness, pity and love of your
enemies. Carry before you the conquering symbol of the swastika.
We must be hard if we would conquer. A curse upon sympathy and
mercy! Praised be that which makes us hard and cold, so that we
may unmoved see the destruction of the evil sons of sound fathers."
There are dreams, and dreams; there are dreamers, and dreamer-. But,
the interpretation of the Jew is most likely to approach the ideal reali-
zation and the lasting materialization of the dream-. Temporary set-
back-) have not caused u- to lose hope. We have been through too
many nightmares to be frightened by still another.
But while the situation abroad is a blot upon our Twentieth Century
civilization, it assume- greater proportions with proximity, and, that
proximity exists in the form of similar actions by group- in this coun-
tryyes, in this very city. I have it on good authority, and from a
reliable source, that a Nazi organization of some proportion ha
fjrmed here. The leadership seems to adhere strictly to the rule laid
down by Hitler, ". to win the sympathy of the broad masses, you
must tell them the crudest and most stupid things." In accordance
wit'i that dictum our local Nazis have been assured that, when the
American Nazis take over the government, they will incorporate the
United States and will issue Stock to the numbers of the party. This
stock will pay high dividend-, sufficient to support the local supporters,
without the necessity of their doing constructive and productive irk.
You may wonder that rational Americans should believe such crudity
and stupidity, but, some appear to have done so. Naturally, in keep-
ing with Naziism. the well-tried scapegoat ha- been dragged out. The
Jew i- the target foi attack. Hut, the Jew ha- been a target for so
long that his bullet-riddled body now resemble- a sieve; the new
bullets pass through without any perceptible harm.
The question then is, "Well, what are you shouting about? What
ar. you all heated up about'.'" Granted that the Jew escapes the
direct attack, there is still great harm done by these disrupters of the
harmony and peace of the community and of the nation. I have n I
great fears of the consequences of these malicious attack- of the Jew.
to the Jew; but, the effect upon the body of the citizenry i-
trous. The Jew, or the Christian who denounce- such tactics, BUCh un-
American practices, is a better citizen, is more concerned with the
welfare of the nation, then are these other- who seek to undermine
the government, these traitors to all that is American and all that ia
noble in man's character. That some of the leaders in this treacherj
are still posing as leaders in the civic and political life of the com-
munity and of the nation; that we permit such men and women to blind
us to their true characters, is a I n on our moral integrity, and
an indication of our credulity and our gullibility. That justice will ul-
timately triumph; that right will prevail in due time; that honor will
subdue dishonor in the end. is no excuse for our passiveness.
But, to return to our subject. The Jew is a dreamer and an in-
terpreter of dreams. Nay, he is more than a dreamer, he is a Baal
Chalomoth, a Master of Dreams. He owes his survival to this faculty,
this ability to escape from the grim reality into the realm of fantasy
inn dreams. When he returns to the realities of life, he has brought
with him renewed strength and vigor, he has been shown the intcrpie
Utioni for his own dreams and for the dreams of others. With Jo-
seph, the Jew says, "it is not in me: God shall give Pharaoh an answer
of peace." But, the Jew's interpretation is always Peace.
Someone has written of "The Dreamers," in the following vein:
"They are the architects of greatness. Theeir vision lies within
,he souls. They never see the mirages of fast, but peer beyond th
veils and mists of doubt and pierce the walls of unborn Time. Th,
world has accoladed then, with jeer and -nee, and j.be, for worlds are
made of little men who ake but never give who share, bu never
-a,e -who cheer a grudge and grudge a cheer. Wherefore, the paths
o'f progress have been sob. of bl.....I dropped from their broken hearts.
Masters of empire, they have fought for bigger things than crowns
and higher -eats than thrones. Fanfare and pageant and the ugh,
to tUle or will to love, are no, the fire- which wrought their rcsolu-
tion into steel.
Grief only streak- their hair with silver, but has never grayed
th-i. hope's. They are tl Argonauts, the seekers of the priceless
th Truth. Through all the ages they have heard the voice ol
lestiny call them from the unknown vasts. They dare uncharted seas,
hey are make,- of the chart-. With only doth of courage at
he;; masts and with no ceunpa-- save then dreams, they -ail away
undaunted for the far, blind shores. .
'They are the chosen few the blazers of the way who never
W ar doubt's bandage on their eye- who starve and chill and hurt,
but bold to courage and to hope, because they know thai there is al-
ways proof of truth for them who trythat only cowardice and lack
th can keep the seeker from his chosen goal, but if hi- heart be
strong and if he dream enough and dream it hard enough, he' can
attain, no matter where men failed before,
"Walls crumble and the empires fall. The tidal wave swee|
from the sea and tears a fortress from its rocks. The rotting nation-
drop from off Time's bough, and only things the dreamers make live
in. They are' the Eternal Conquerors- their vassals are the years."
And, in the words of John Boyle O'Reilly:
I am sick of the showy seeming
Of a life that is half a He;
(if the face'- lined with scheming
In the throng that hurries by.
From the sleepless thought's endeavor,
I would go where the children play;
i r a dreamer lives forever,
And a thinker die- in a day.
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Atlanta- An invitation to the
Jews and Catholics of thi- country
to join the Ku Klux Kim jt",
campaign against "un-Arm
ism and Communism"
by the Klan convention here, j|.
A. Donig, chief of the Klai
eral staff, in making publi this in-
vitation, added that the reorgan-
ized Klan would permit
or religious prejudice within it-
ranks.
Ilrilish Ships Ie> Fly Zionist Plat
l.einelon The Union I
Steamship Line, one of I lead-
ing British shipping con
whose boats ply betweei South
Africa and England, will hence-
forth fly the Zionist flag n ill its
-hips whenever they toui h Pales-
tinian water-.
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Friday, August 81, 1984
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Page Five
Sheppnrd
tommuna
Ten,p!e 1 rael activities will begin
vith th( services at Temple
tonight. Sunday evening, Septem-1
Hashono will be ush- \
16 o'clock with a ser-
mon by the Rabbi on "Rabbi and
Congregation." Monday morning
; day of Rosh Hashono at
the rabbi will preach
. mgregation and Reli-
i he same horning will
the Bar Mitzva ceremonies of
Simpson, the son of Mr.
Julius Simpson, active
workers of this city. The
usual Bai Mitzva ceremonies will
be conducted by Rabbi Kaplan. Pol-
lowing the services, the parents of
lne Bar Mitsva will be hosts at
. ption to the worshipers in
Kaplan Hall Friday evening, Sep
tember 11.
The Sabbath of Repentance, the
RaDbi will preach on "The World ,"'\Mv' |,"","""1 merchanl and active communal worker, who
Wong When We Don't Go I '" ,l,:"rn""' "' "he Refreshments Committee for the Third Annual
I Right." There will be special chil-1 l,a" "' Y- M- A.
New Year's morn-jtil)n wi 8pon80r ,. ,,,- i(s ~ .m(| gunday n,III.Ilin^ A schvd[iU,
......:,ock In th"' Temple. |ar bi-weekly card parti,- on the of moderate prices has been ar-
ms school Will open tor the |awn ,- gynag.ogue ,.x! Tue8. ranged T|u. cmmiu,(. will ,it
|ason Sunday morning, Septeme- day evening, September I. begin- every night excepting Friday, bc-
'"'' 10 o clock. ning at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Hyman ginning tomorrow night from 7 to
Traeger is in charge of arrange- 9 o'clock. Sunday from 9 a. m. to
ments. Prizes will be awarded for I p. m. and Sunday, September 9,
Miss Chariot* Rappaport and high scores and refreshments will from i) a. m. till sundown.
Ornstein left by motor be served. The public is invited to
I nd several days in Tampa, attend. Proceeds will be devoted
Ha. to the Talmud Torah fund of the
congregation.
St. Petersburg
Friday evening services will be
resumed, beginning tonight at *
o'clock, with Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld
in charge.
Mr. II. M, Jacobs, president of
Congregation B'nai Israel, just re-
turned from a pleasant vacation in
Chicago.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society spoils,,red a luncheon at
Schuster's pavilion, Treasure Is-
land, last Sunday from 12 to :; p.
m. A large number of local Jewry
attended. Hostesses were Mrs. II.
M. Jacobs, Mrs. A. S. Kleinfeld and
Mrs. Dora Goldberg.
Congregation B'nai Israel, locat-
ed at !21 9th st.. No., has made
preparations to accommodate the
public for the Hitfh Holy Days
and reservations should be made
at once. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld has
arranged for a choir to assist him
in the chanting of the traditional
melodies.
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Continuous 2 to 11
Sunday-Monday, Sept. 2-3
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Mrs. William Robinson, president
f Beth I'avid Sisterhood, returned
It" the ty, accompanied by her
| .. alter having spent three
| the Carolinaa and New
York City visiting relatives and
.
ie Goldstein returned
after having -pent her
hummer vacation in the North visit-
| and friends.
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Ml. ;.: : Mr-. A. Kloliellleld and
inied to the city this
I week after having spent some time
siting relatives and friends in
Ithi i ii nas and New York City.
Final arrange.....nta for the High
Holy Day service- at the Miam
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
were approved at a meeting of
the Congregation Tuesday night.
Seat- are now being sold every
evening except Friday from '.' to
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Over 10,000 Installations in
Greater Miami
Visit Our Factory and Showroom
2S3 V W. 22nd St. Phone 2-2431
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN
in o'clock. Tomorrow night a com- Pro-Tect-F Awning Shutter Corn.
mute. will be at the synagogue
from o'clock until the beginning
of the Slichos services, which will
be at I l:'l") o'clock. All those who
attended services last year' and
desire the same -eat- this yeai
are urged to make their reserva-
tions immediately.
caraces
ROLLINS & BOGGS
Specializing in General Motor
Repairs, Wheel Aliening, Brake
Lining, Etc.
146 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447
Mr. \ Aronovitz returned to
i having visited rela-
' ai I'l i nd- in the North.

Cantor Rabbi Alex. S. Wiesel will
arrive today to a--time his duties
with the .Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, whose High Holj
Mr>. Morris Blatt and son, Gene, |,.1V _,.1V;,I., }. will chant. To-
Grove returned to the ,,,,, njghl he will chant the
iving visited relatives ,.,_. slide.. He will make his
ii St. Louis, Chicag i with 'he Cleins at I860 S.
I northern cities. Gent
I i University of Florida
.. and will leave for
INSl RANCE
For Insurance Consult
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Representing
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
907 Biscayne Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-G(:i5
line next week.
ng of the Eastern Star
'' this week plans were
essions of the Grand
I lorida, which will meet
mi Biltmore Hotel and
im at Coral Cables in
[ r. Mrs. Nancye Rickard,
a : Matron of the order.
1 an. 11. Erwin a- yen
I ii. Other- named were
f_- Lcm Simon, worthy matron
''ii Chapter, and Mr-. Viv-
n charge of publicity

*
Wechsler and daughter
i Beach left last week to
il week- in Saratoga
v V.
U ii'.. stay in Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapii i of Beth Da-
vid (' .on returned I
city after an three
months spent in the North. He
esumed his duties with the
congregation and will announci
plan- Hol; 1' .
ires, which he will i in the
next week' issue of the Jewish
lian.
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Pag* Six
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
Friday, August
- I

'
1
Y. M. H. A.
Activities
will be sufficient to enable the or-
ganization to begin the first unit
of a home for the organization.
The membership get-together
meeting of the V. M. II. A. last
Wednesday night was attended by
one of the largesl gatherings of
members of the association in re-
cent months. Following Hie usual
business routine, various commit-
tee chairmen presented their re-
ports. Tin- president, Al Rosen-
feld, gave a resume of the activ-
ities and history of the organiza-
tion -nice iis founding in the early
part of 1932, and then presented
Air. Marl. Max, prominent mer-
chant ;m tlie main address of the evening.
.Mr. Max told of his experiences
in communal life and in the work
of tin- Y. M. II. A. a.- affecting
munitj progress. He urged as
the motto of the organization
"Never Concede Defeat." lb
warned 1 he members against the
concentration of power and lead
ership in the hands of a few and
urged that tin- success of any or-
./.ation. particularly a V. M. II.
A. depended on the participation
and rule of the masses of the peo-
ple. Other addresses were made
by Murry Grossman, the first pres-
ident of the organization; Cantor
Moris Schlachman, Milton Werner,
president of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation; Jack Pallott,
Morris Pepper. Among plans dis-
cussed were the erection of a new
building for the Y. and the es-
tablishment of a complete cultural
and phy-ieal education program
the coming season. Refresh-
ments were served at the conclu-
sion <>f the addresses.
Congressman J. Mark Wilcox
will be the chief speaker at the
first of a series of open forums to
be sponsored by the Young' Ml n's
Hebrew Association early next
month. In addition to the speak
or. a musical program will be pre-
sented during (he evening. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Mur-
ray Kellman ami his committee.
l-'ull Details will be published in
the next issue of this paper.
dtthe
advance reports on the film, give
"Carolina" the promise of being
one of the outstanding productions
of the new year.
Laid against a Southern hack
ground of far-reaching tobacco
plantations, the story centers about
a decadent Southern family striv
ing to regain its former glory. The
son Of the family falls in love with
a poor daughter of the North who
has come to raisi tobacco on a por-
tion of thi' land. Although his
mother and uncle object to thi
trirl. the young man i- imp
b) her talk, which stirs him to
ways and means of rebuilding the
plantation. How the young girl
breaks down the icy dignity of
the aristocratic family and brings
prosperity and happiness to tho
old South< i n plantation is In raided
as being one of the most vivid dra
matic picturizations ever to be
i rccned.
Mr and Mrs. B. Cohen and meeting last Wcdne
,on .-pent some time in Daytona. tne nome of Miss Poar] ^
| plans were made for a sal
Mr and Mrs. M. H. Block and I 1
i .1, ..it,. (Yon, 'ii'iu at the home of |,J
family returned to the citj from
0rlando and will make their home Maxine and Irene Braver
--------
Plans for the High Holy
lhi| Berger returned to the citj Congr0gation 0hev Shol
...",... unending one time in the
'"" been completed and u:
North. .
solemn and mtorc-t n
, Ke\. I!. Safer will d
\l, ii Kottclman and on,
,turned after a pleasant the services, with membel
.,_, ,,[,,. congregation, headed by t|
_ dent. Mr. II. .1. Cohen,
The 101 Club held its weekly ing.
With a Star-StUdded east, headed
by such stellar performers a- Janet
Gaynor, Lionel Barrymore, Henri-
etta Crosman and Robert Young,
Fox Film will present "Carolina"
at the Tivoli Theatre next Sunday
and Monday. The production is re-
ported as being so magnificent in
Plans for the third annual dance,
sponsored by the Young Men's He-
brew Association, to be held on
November 1. include one of the
finest programs of entertainment
presented to Greatei .Miami audi-
in recent year.-. Many of
Miami'.- most prominent leader- ill
Jewish life have agreed to serve
as committee chairmen to help
Orlando Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. Solomon and
daughter. Thoba, are vacationing In
Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Jacobs and chil-
dren are visiting in Detroit.
scope and so dramatic in theme,
that it necessitated the use of a
make the evmt a successful and (.ast of seven great stars te> ele. it
outstanding one. It is hoped that justice. The- array of personal-
the- funds raised through this event iti- present in the cast, and the-
Enjoy Your
High Holiday Services
WITH THE
Aim i ri i J pvvi.s.li Orthodox
x

1545 S. W. Third Street
ROSH HASHONO
Beginning Evening of September 9th
YOM KIPPUR
Beginning Evening of September isth
With
Rabbi Julius Washer. Officiating
Cantor Rabbi Alex. S. Wiesel. Chanting;
TICKETS ONLY $2.00, $3.00 AND $5.00
Gel your tickets at the Synagogue every evening from 9 p. m.
or Sunday mornings, or from any member of the committee.

IP IT'S PAINTING OR WATERPROOFING See JAKE NEHAM New York Decorating Co. 218 11th St., Miami Bearh I'hone 5-3983
AS ALWAYS
"Bundles of Satisfaction"
BILTM0RE LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES PILLOWS CURTAINS
A SPIRITUAL
DELIGHT
The
Renowned Baritone
Cantor Boris
Schlachman
Will Chant Services
at
Beth Jacob
Congregation
:5ll Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Rosh Hashonah
Beginning Evening of
September !
and
Yom Kippur
Beginning Evening of
September IS

Rabbi
DAVID I.
ROSENBLOOM
Will Preach English
and Yiddish Sermons
Throughout the
Holidays
SPECIAL
CHILDREN'S
SERVICES
Because of the Limited
Number of Seats
Available
Make Your
Reservations
At Once
.Brlli David L ongregaiio
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
UMTS HAYMAN, Cantor
l
Modern and Inspiring Services Will Be Conduct]
Rosh Hasliono
BEGINNING EVENING OF SEPTEMBER 9th
Yom Kippur
BEGINNING EVENING OP SEPTEMBER 18th
Sermons in English and Yiddish by the Rabbi
( haiitino by the Cantor
A MESSAG
l-'rom the
Winegrowers Association of
Palestine
About
CARMEL WIN
Kor o.er h quartet of ;e century, the CARMEL
WINE COMPANY distributed the finest Pi
tine- wine- in America, This distribution was
continued during Prohibition. Mow, it srivi
pleasure to announce tlie- reorganization of thi
CARMEL WINE COMPANY for the- purpo
tminn Hie1 importation and sale of Pali
wine-.
'I he age old vineyards of tlie- Holy Land an
oiou.- for their fertility and ideal climate. Coi
fluently, the quality of Palestine- wine is ackn
edged to be of the- finest in the- world. In tasta
fragrance and purity, it seems the- exacting el.
mands of connoissi urs.
< CARMEL WINK COMPANY will be under
e management of Mr. Harry Mottaman, <"
Th
th
known in the- field of wines and liquors.
loo wine industry is an important factor in the
upbuilding of Paleatine, and we look forward fa
welcoming the- cooperation and patronage of Jews
n America.
The Winegrowers Association
of Palestine
1:1 -'""' LeZion (Baron de Rothschild's Winecellari
and Zichron Jacob)
JACQUE8 SHAPIRO, Manager


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SSI B K HB %  Friday, August 81, 1984 THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Page Five Sheppnrd tommuna Ten ,p!e 1 rael activities will begin vith th( services at Temple tonight. Sunday evening, Septem-1 Hashono will be ush\ 16 o'clock with a sermon by the Rabbi on "Rabbi and Congregation." Monday morning ; day of Rosh Hashono at the rabbi will preach mgregation and Relii he same horning will the Bar Mitzva ceremonies of Simpson, the son of Mr. Julius Simpson, active workers of this city. The usual Bai Mitzva ceremonies will be conducted by Rabbi Kaplan. Pollowing the services, the parents of lne Bar Mitsva will be hosts at ption to the worshipers in Kaplan Hall Friday evening, Sep tember 1 1 The Sabbath of Repentance, the RaD bi will preach on "The World "'\ Mv |, "" """ 1 merchanl and active communal worker, who Wong When We Don't Go I '" ,l,: rn ""' "' "he Refreshments Committee for the Third Annual I Right." There will be special chil-1 l,a "' *• Y M %  A. New Year's mornj t il)n wi „ 8pon80r ,„„. ,,,i(s ~ m(| gunday n III Ilin ^ A schvd[iU :,ock In th "' Temple. | ar bi-weekly card parti,on the of moderate prices has been arms school Will open tor the | awn „,„„. gynag ogue „,. x! Tue8 ranged T|u c „ mmiu ( will it |„ason Sunday morning, Septemeday evening, September I. beginevery night excepting Friday, bc'"'' %  %  •' 10 o clock. ning at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Hyman ginning tomorrow night from 7 to Traeger is in charge of arrange9 o'clock. Sunday from 9 a. m. to ments. Prizes will be awarded for I p. m. and Sunday, September 9, Miss Chariot* Rappaport and high scores and refreshments will from i) a. m. till sundown. %  Ornstein left by motor be served. The public is invited to I nd several days in Tampa, attend. Proceeds will be devoted Ha. to the Talmud Torah fund of the congregation. St. Petersburg Friday evening services will be resumed, beginning tonight at o'clock, with Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld in charge. Mr. II. M, Jacobs, president of Congregation B'nai Israel, just returned from a pleasant vacation in Chicago. The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society spoils,, red a luncheon at Schuster's pavilion, Treasure Island, last Sunday from 12 to :; p. m. A large number of local Jewry attended. Hostesses were Mrs. II. M. Jacobs, Mrs. A. S. Kleinfeld and Mrs. Dora Goldberg. Congregation B'nai Israel, located at !21 9th st.. No., has made preparations to accommodate the public for the Hitfh Holy Days and reservations should be made at once. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld has arranged for a choir to assist him in the chanting of the traditional melodies. •FIVOLI Skawi (141 and ) 0 I'. M. 2wc till 6 :Sv—Evening 25c Matinees Smturday and Sunday Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday-Monday, Sept. 2-3 JANET GAYNOR LIONEL BARRYMORE Carolina IIIIHIIIItlllllltlMIII 7. h AVE. Adults 28c—Children 10c Box Office Opens 6:45 P. M. Sunday | Sunday-Monday. Sept. 2-3 Duck Soup FOUR MARX BROTHERS lilliiliiiiiiiiiiliimijiiiliiliihi imiiiii MM iiiiiutiii Classified Mrs. William Robinson, president f Beth I'avid Sisterhood, returned It" the ty, accompanied by her | .. alter having spent three | the Carolinaa and New York City visiting relatives and ie Goldstein returned after having -pent her hummer vacation in the North visit| and friends. Ml. ;.: : Mr-. A. Kloliellleld and inied to the city this I week after having spent some time siting relatives and friends in Ithi i II nas and New York City. Final arrange nta for the High Holy Day serviceat the Miam Jewish Orthodox Congregation were approved at a meeting of the Congregation Tuesday night. Seatare now being sold every evening except Friday from '.' to AWNINGS Pro-Tect-l' Awning Shutter Corp. Thr Pianvart of the Industry Over 10,000 Installations in Greater Miami Visit Our Factory and Showroom 2S3 V W. 22nd St. Phone 2-2431 ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN in o'clock. Tomorrow night a comPro-Tect-F Awning Shutter Corn. mute.• will be at the synagogue from !• o'clock until the beginning of the Slichos services, which will be at I l:'l") o'clock. All those who attended services last year' and desire the same -eatthis yeai are urged to make their reservations immediately. CARACES ROLLINS & BOGGS Specializing in General Motor Repairs, Wheel Aliening, Brake Lining, Etc. 146 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447 Mr. \ Aronovitz returned to •i having visited rela' ai I'l i ndin the North. • • • Cantor Rabbi Alex. S. Wiesel will arrive today to a--time his duties with the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, whose High Holj Mr>. Morris Blatt and son, Gene, |,. 1V _,. 1V ; I ., }„. w ill chant. ToGrove returned to the „„,,,,,„ n jghl he will chant the iving visited relatives %  .,_. slide.. He will make his II St. Louis, Chicag i w ith 'he Cleins at I860 S. I northern cities. Gent I i University of Florida .. %  and will leave for INSl RANCE For Insurance Consult JACK J. ATKINS Representing Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 907 Biscayne Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-G(:i5 line next week. ng of the Eastern Star '' this week plans were essions of the Grand I lorida, which will meet mi Biltmore Hotel and im at Coral Cables in [ r. Mrs. Nancye Rickard, a : Matron of the order. 1 an. 11. Erwin ayen I ii. Othernamed were f_Lcm Simon, worthy matron %  '•'ii Chapter, and Mr-. Vivn charge of publicity %  %  • Wechsler and daughter i Beach left last week to %  il weekin Saratoga v V. U ii .. stay in Miami. Rabbi Max Shapii i of Beth David ('• .on returned I city after an three months spent in the North. He esumed his duties with the congregation and will announci plan%  Hol; 1' %  ires, which he will i in the next week' issue of the Jewish lian. LUMBER K/.fll I.umber & Supply Co. 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Pa*a Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, August 31, ]o, saw the visions of a better world, a nobler humanity— the Jew again lent his inter; in powers to hasten the ultimate goal. The dreams of tho Jew have been for world peace, for an enlightened race, for a reign of justice, and for the supremacy of all that is rohl.' and pure, others have In i world supremacy, of a reign of terror and despotism, of oppression and persecution. The Jew has interpreted dreamint • and instruction, into enlightenment and progress; he hatold his -' irj with thi ew if raising the level of life. Not so with the dreamers who have disrupted the haimony of the human race. I quote from an editorial in a er: "In his book, 'My Struggle," Hitler explainhimethod tics: "To win the sympathy of the broad masses you must tell them the crude--, and most stupid things." Everyone who has followed Hitler's campaigns, his appealto racial prejudice, to nai nania, knows that he faithfully followed hirule. The sentence was deleted from the later editions ot his i.oo„. ii:faithful : reading it. might not just relish their master's description of the kind of bait with which they wire hooked." On another day. there was a quotation from the writing of Augu-t Hoppe, Hitler Youth ; ent. It read. "Hurl from you the Jewish-Christian ideas of sinfulness, pity and love of your enemies. Carry before you the conquering symbol of the swastika. We must be hard if we would conquer. A curse upon sympathy and mercy! Praised be that which makes us hard and cold, so that we may unmoved see the destruction of the evil sons of sound fathers." There are dreams, and dreams; there are dreamers, and dreamer-. But, the interpretation of the Jew is most likely to approach the ideal realization and the lasting materialization of the dream-. Temporary setback-) have not caused uto lose hope. We have been through too many nightmares to be frightened by still another. But while the situation abroad is a blot upon our Twentieth Century civilization, it assumegreater proportions with proximity, and, that proximity exists in the form of similar actions by groupin this country—yes, in this very city. I have it on good authority, and from a reliable source, that a Nazi organization of some proportion ha fjrmed here. The leadership seems to adhere strictly to the rule laid down by Hitler, ". to win the sympathy of the broad masses, you must tell them the crudest and most stupid things." In accordance wit'i that dictum our local Nazis have been assured that, when the American Nazis take over the government, they will incorporate the United States and will issue Stock to the numbers of the party. This stock will pay high dividend-, sufficient to support the local supporters, without the necessity of their doing constructive and productive irk. You may wonder that rational Americans should believe such crudity and stupidity, but, some appear to have done so. Naturally, in keeping with Naziism. the well-tried scapegoat habeen dragged out. The Jew ithe target foi attack. Hut, the Jew habeen a target for so long that his bullet-riddled body now resemblea sieve; the new bullets pass through without any perceptible harm. The question then is, "Well, what are you shouting about? What ar. you all heated up about'.'" Granted that the Jew escapes the direct attack, there is still great harm done by these disrupters of the harmony and peace of the community and of the nation. I have n I great fears of the consequences of these malicious attackof the Jew. to the Jew; but, the effect upon the body of the citizenry itrous. The Jew, or the Christian who denouncesuch tactics, BUCh unAmerican practices, is a better citizen, is more concerned with the welfare of the nation, then are these otherwho seek to undermine the government, these traitors to all that is American and all that ia noble in man's character. That some of the leaders in this treacherj are still posing as leaders in the civic and political life of the community and of the nation; that we permit such men and women to blind us to their true characters, is a I n on our moral integrity, and an indication of our credulity and our gullibility. That justice will ultimately triumph; that right will prevail in due time; that honor will subdue dishonor in the end. is no excuse for our passiveness. But, to return to our subject. The Jew is a dreamer and an interpreter of dreams. Nay, he is more than a dreamer, he is a Baal Chalomoth, a Master of Dreams. He owes his survival to this faculty, this ability to escape from the grim reality into the realm of fantasy %  inn dreams. When he returns to the realities of life, he has brought with him renewed strength and vigor, he has been shown the intcrpie Utioni for his own dreams and for the dreams of others. With Joseph, the Jew says, "it is not in me: God shall give Pharaoh an answer of peace." But, the Jew's interpretation is always Peace. Someone has written of "The Dreamers," in the following vein: "They are the architects of greatness. Theeir vision lies within ,he„ souls. They never see the mirages of fast, but peer beyond th veils and mists of doubt and pierce the walls of unborn Time. Th, world has accoladed then, with jeer and -nee, and j.be, for worlds are ma de of little men who ake but never give who share, bu never -„a,e -who cheer a grudge and grudge a cheer. Wherefore, the paths o'f progress have been sob. of bl I dropped from their broken hearts. Masters of empire, they have fought for bigger things than crowns and higher -eats than thrones. Fanfare and pageant and the ugh, to tUle or will to love, are no, the firewhich wrought their rcsolution into steel. %  •Grief only streaktheir hair with silver, but has never grayed th-i. hope's. They are tl • Argonauts, the seekers of the priceless th Truth. Through all the ages they have heard the voice ol lestiny call them from the unknown vasts. They dare uncharted seas, hey are make,of the chart-. With only doth of courage at •he;; masts and with no ceunpa-save then dreams, they -ail away undaunted for the far, blind shores. 'They are the chosen few the blazers of the way who never W ar doubt's bandage on their eyewho starve and chill and hurt, but bold to courage and to hope, because they know thai there is always proof of truth for them who try—that only cowardice and lack • %  th can keep the seeker from his chosen goal, but if hiheart be strong and if he dream enough and dream it hard enough, he' can attain, no matter where men failed before, "Walls crumble and the empires fall. The tidal wave swee| from the sea and tears a fortress from its rocks. The rotting nationdrop from off Time's bough, and only things the dreamers make live in. They are' the Eternal Conquerorstheir vassals are the years." And, in the words of John Boyle O'Reilly: I am sick of the showy seeming Of a life that is half a He; (if the face'lined with scheming In the throng that hurries by. From the sleepless thought's endeavor, I would go where the children play; i r a dreamer lives forever, And a thinker diein a day. 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TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it la Sea Food, we have it at itfl very best, and at attractively low priced. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rub and regulations. mm mm KKK Invites Support of Jewg an ,| Catholics AtlantaAn invitation to the Jews and Catholics of thicountry to join the Ku Klux Kim ,„ j t ", campaign against "un-Arm ism and Communism" by the Klan convention here, j|. A. Donig, chief of the Klai eral staff, in making publi this invitation, added that the reorganized Klan would permit or religious prejudice within itranks. Ilrilish Ships Ie> Fly Zionist Plat l.einelon The Union I Steamship Line, one of I • leading British shipping con whose boats ply betweei South Africa and England, will henceforth fly the Zionist flag n ill its -hips whenever they toui h Palestinian water-. White Oak Leather Half Soles 3 5c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 210 N. 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wJewisti Floridiari \„\ :-NIL 35 L OKIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AlOl ST 31, 19:11 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around the World Kstabliahea $1,500 Hebrew Literature Prize alem A $1,500 prize to be : annually to that Hebrew uuthor or poet who makes tin beat ut ion to Jewish thought or 1 h haa been established by Salman Schocken, a German-Jewish department store magnate now n Palestine. The prize is named after the late Cliaim Naohii Bialik, Hebrew poet laureate, .uiii will Ix 1 awarded each year on ntv first of Taniuz, the date Bailik's death. Mathematician dels Snvjet Post Paris Sholom Divolitzki, well known Jewish mathematician and a native of Riga, has been appointed r the Soviet trading bureau Paris. Palestine Medical Center to Bo limit DM Mount Scopus New York—Mount Scopus, site "f tin Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will also he the site of the nodical center and graduate "t medicine in Palestine, it • II announced by liada-sah .mil the American friends of the .\ University. The center will he known as the RothschildII sah-University Hospital, and: the hospital itself will he one of CO largest in Palestine, with I'm210 beds. The hospital '.vill he administered by Ilada.-.-ah, in academicwork of the inon will he directed by the Hi p\\ University, Plans [or the include the establishment of • %  clinical and research lab-1 ies. new hospital will take the of the present llada--ahhild Hospital. which is :n an old building in a i section of Jerusalem. A of exiled German special being considered I'm the al and teaching staffs. Hitfh Holy Days To He Observed W ih the app f the High Ho'j t)ays, thi re if a marked activity in the local Jewish commu-. nities. At Beth David Synagogue, Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. with Cantor Louis Hayman chanting the Musofim and Mr. I...ui Weinklc chanting the Shachris. At Beth Jacob < ion, Miami Beach, Rabbi David I. Roaenbloom will officiate, with thi well known Cantoi Boris Schlachman chanting the Musofim and Rev. Ii. Goodman chanting the Shachris, At Temple Israel special services will he conducted, with Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan officiating. Special children's services will be held. At the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con gregation, Rabbi Julius Washer will officiate, with Cantor Rabbi Alex s. W'iesel chanting the Musofim and Mr. William Clein chant ins the Shachris. Rosh Hashono will begin at sundown Sunday evening, September '.'. The first day "i Rosh Hashono, Monday, Sep :ember 1". will he observed by all and the second day of Rosh Hashono. Tuesday, September II. will he observed by all excepting ih. Reform Jews, i'om Kippur, the day of atonement, will begin ai Sundown Tuesday, September I s and will continue until sundown Wednesday evening, September 10. Louis Milgrim, New York Merchant. Dies in PariParis Louis Milgrim, president "f H. Milgrim ami Brothers, Inc., fashionable couturiers of New died suddenly here of a heart Mc was in his 56th year. A native of Russia, ho began his business career in a small ladies' tailoring shop founded by his fam11 V on Houston Street, in New Vork's crowded Fast Side ghetto. Prom this small beginning he ami Ma brothera developed the fashshop now located in the Ui Fifties, just off Fifth ave. ,n the winter season they operate "Miljrrim's," a fashionable shop -m Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Mi. Milgrim was a director oi %  '" Hebrew National Orphan Home f Tuckahoe, a member of the l: and a patron of the Homes of f the Sons and Daughters of -la ''"''He was also honorary presi f the Milgrim Fraternal As"ti and a member of the G 'and Street Association. His widow and son, who are associate I n the business, survive him. Christian Principles ? ? ? Wednesday's Miami Herald carried the following news item -upplied bj the Vssociated Press. We reprint it. and with it another item which is verj enlightening. Comment, we believe, isuperfluous. ATLANTA, Aug. 28, Adolf Hitler has no desire to become of the Church and will not force I ri i l liinviicof Germany into the State Church. Dr. Louie I'. \ewi a leading Southern Baptist minister, today -aid afu r his return from the Baptist World con ference in Berlin. > The Atlanta minister, who hear.I Hitler'address at the funeral of former President von Hindenberg, said the Nazi chieftain had promised to carry out the Christian principles of the dead leader and showed such sincerity in making the promises that he did not believe Hitler could be so great a hypocrite as to BO vehemently promise what he did not intend to carry oil!. Reichebiahop Mueller Vreacnes Continued War on Jew" Berlin—"Hitler's fight is a tight lor Christendom against Jews, Reichsbishop Ludwig Mueller de,.,.„.,,,, before a crowd gathered to celebrate the'Nazi victory in the rec ent plebiscite, in an address urging that even more rigorOUS me au ,es he adopted against the .lews „f the Reich. Our Duty We note with pleasure that though belated, our Rabbis and others of the local Jewish community have awakened to their dut) and will hold a memorial meet inn Sunday evening to honor (he memory of the late lamented Jewish poet-laureate. Chaim Nachnian Bialik. Need we say more than to urge upon ever) Jew in the Greater Miami area the duty to himself as a matter of selfrespect to attend. And at this time another dut) conies to the fore. We don't like to be reminded of unpleasant facts and to be told that we have forgotten to do our duty. Nevertheless How man) of us these days, here in Miami and .Miami Reach, with our High Holy Days fast approaching have bethought ourselves of our fellow men, women and children, who are in need and in want'.' Soon we shall hear the solemn and mournful strains of the %  Insane Tokef," which tug al one's very heart amidst a stillness and quiet that is awesome and inspiring. And when I he Cantor reaches the phrase "Who shall be inscribed lor life, and who for death," the worshipers become serious and thoughtful, lor, alter all, who knows what the coming year ma) have in store for us? And when the Cantor concludes the passage, the entire congregation responds 'T'shuvoh, iisfiloh. ut/doko. maavirin es roah hagzarah," (repentance, p r a y e r and CHARITY avert the terrible decree. Our sages have interpreted "ut/doko" to mean "momon," the GIVING of ACII A I. (ASH to the poor and need). It is customar) at this time for the Jewish Welfare Bureau to ask each and every Jew, man, woman and child, to contribute the small sum of ONLY ONE DOLLAR to the organization for actual, immediate relief to deserving men. women and children OCR OWN FLESH AND BLOOD. Let us not shirk this duty. Let there be obviated the necessity for a direct appeal in the synagogues. Send your dollar to the bureau in the Myer-Kiser Bldg. RIGHT NOW. It is OCR DUTY. Recovery Day At Fair JHNIII I Lipton Recovers From Attack Harry I. l.ipton, prominent attorney and president of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Reach. who was seriously wounded when an insane 1 man stabbed him ami another passenger on a bus bound to Miami hist Sunday evening, is %  lowly recovering. He is expected i„ return to his home some time today from the hospital at West Palm Reach, where he has bee n a patient since the attack. New York -Religion and WelfareRecovery Day will beobserved j officially at the Century of Prog rcss Exposition in Chicago em September -ii. TheNational Committee for Re 'ligion and Welfare Recovery, which I is composed of 300 leading church %  a nd welfare officials from all .sections of the United States, will direct a special program at the fairgrounds on that day. Paralleling the exhibits of material progress which have attracted so much attention, this program will present iii concrete form the advances madein religious and welfare work in this country during the past hundred years. Portions of the program, it is expected, will be broadcast from the Century of Progress. The National Committee, with its 18 bishops, 30 pastors, priests and rabbis, 22 college presidents, educators and editors. Kid or morenational officerof church benevolent boards, and many prominent' Catholic, Protestant ami Jewish laymen, will convene in Chicago on September 20 to make planfor the coming year. Emphasis will be placed upon the efficiency of existing church and welfareorganizations. No new machinery or organization will he proposed. A report of religious progress will !e presented, based on the records of the past century and figures now being compiled by a committee "f statisticians and historians. There is no suggestion of defeatism in connection with the religlOUS welfare work of thenation, says a statement issued by the National Committee. The weird "recovery" in the committee's name, it was further stated, refers only to the past fiveyears of dc; r< --.on, anil not to the notable progress which characterize-American religious development within the century. Announcements 1 i illillillliliiilliliiiilitiiiiMitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiliiUliiit IHMHUHHwl MIAMI JKWISH ORTHODOX ( OMJREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi The usual Friday evening services be-gin at 6:15 o'clock. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. Mincha service.at 5:30 p. m., with Maariv following. Saturday night thefirst Slichos will bo ushered in at 11 :,"0 o'clock, with a brief sermon by Rabbi Julius Washer. Following the sermon Cantor-Rabbi Alex S. Wiesel will •hant the usual traditional Slichos, beginning promptly at midnight. There will be no admission charge. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington An., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi The usual services begin tonight at 6:15 o'clock. Tomorrow morning services begin at 8:,'l(l. .Mincha services begin at ."> p. m., followed by the Maariv. Saturday night the first Slichos will be ushered in with a sermon by Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, who will preach in Yiddish. Following the sermon Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant the traditional Slichos service, beginning at midnight. The publicis asked to attend. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 117 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Service--will bere.-uined tonight promptly at S o'clock, with a welcoming sermon by Rabbi Kaplan, who returned from his vacation thiweek. The Usual services will be observed. 'Hie public is Invited to attend. Bialik Meeting To Be Held Here BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO. Rnbbi .lews of the Greater Miami area are urged to attend a memorial meeting to pay tribute t<> the noted Hebrew poet and ardent Zionist, the late Nachman Bialik, who died recently. Participating in the program will be members of the local Hadassah chapters and the local Zionist district. Addresses will be made by prominent speakers, including Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Julius Washer, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, who will speak in Yiddish and then road several of Bialik's poems in the original Hebrew. Miss Adole Segal will give a reading, and Ernest J. London will recite a poem. "Hazkoro" will be recited by one of the local cantors who will participate. The meeting will be held Sunday evening, September 2, at the London Arms Hotel, 727 Collins ave., Miami Beach, begin ning promptly at 8 o'clock. Harry Simonhoff of the local Zionist disj trict will preside. The usual Friday evening service-begin at 6:15 o'clock. Saturday morning services begin at 8, with Mincha at 5 p. m„ followed by Maariv. Saturday night the first Slichos will he ushered in at 11:30 o'clock, when Rabbi Shapiro will preach a brief sermon, and Cantor Hayman will chant the traditional Slichos service, l>oginnimr at midnight. The public is invited. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WlOD at nineo'clock on Sunday morning on "Poor in Deeds Am 1." This is th< first in the series of special High Holy Day sermons. In addition to the sermon, there will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box.



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% %  IBBHBSHsB lT.i*9&w3h~£i*Pt Mridav August 31. l34_ THE JEWISH FLURIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN II ni.lHHBIl KVKRY KHIIIAY %  i-wisll FMIRIHIAN PUBLISHING CO. %  "* p. (). Hoi M73 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICE* I (] s. W. ISlh A'nu Phona I nil j | ul IS SHOCHET, Editor JUKI' h SHOCHBT, Cirru atiem Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative u Meond ri matter July 4. I -I,,, poat Offi"<" Ht Miami, Kl trlda, \. | of Mnr.h I, 1H79. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZBB Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRA VERM AN Representative TAMPA, FLA. 1. II. II. KISLER Reprew ntutive SUBSCRIPTION i M..nl u> S I. St DM TM H .Oei Vol. 7—No. S3 FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1934 Economics of Persecution rta from Germany indicate that I" Hjalmar Schacht, MinisEconomics, is doing his uti persuade foreign bankers, inamong them, i" grant intry loans or credits wherepurchase raw materials, of which there is a great dearth in N'azilund. So eager, indeed, is Dr. aid to be for these loans has even intimated, though iblicly, that something may about the persecution of Jews and other non-Nazi elements German population. Pere hints emanating from the l'' Hm Economics Ministry red by news of the petitions addressed to Secretary of Hull, which are now being circulated in the United States by the Chicago Committee for the Deof Human Rights Against and which point out that "the United States cannot afford way to seem to approve of nment that prosecutes and "ills scholars, pacifists, Socialists, Protestants, Jews, wornlabor almost indiscriminately' The petitions refer directly German attempts to float '"'"through American hankers. will not be enough to end tion of all liberal-mind ple to the idea of helping rmany in any way. Let Dr. Schacht take up the matter with lehrer Hitler and the others that be, and sec to it Nazi persecutions stop and that German Jews are restored to stua of full-fledged citizen-. T hen he will he able to improve conomic situation of Gerand, incidentally, he will the prestige among the nations which Germany has not I since January, 1933. Jerusalem's Medical Center '" %  'l hospital undei the jurisdiction of Hadassah ami a graduate school "' medicine directed by the He brew University, may be take, as an indication that Btruction Work on tinmedical center will -""" begin. The cornei stone laymg for the hospital building is scheduled to coincide with the next Hadassah convention in An and a campaign to raise $200,000 for a building fund i.already under way hi re. It iexpected that a number of exiled German Jewish medical scientist will b< appointed to the hospital and teaching staffs, ami it i. hoped that the research facilities to be provided will make the new institution the greatest center ( ,f medical science in the Near Ea t, Hadassah, the American Jewish Physicians' Committee and the American Friends of the Hebrew University are to becongratulated on this enterprise, which is now approaching realization. West Palm Beach Notes Mi and Mrs Lo ii: Da and daught i Beatrice and Estelle, and M '•-. 11:,. Mrs. Kaj Samuels, returned from an extended visit to New York and the North. will spend some lime here as the guest of her daughter. lll„IIHIIIII,MMIIII,llli' .111,1111 Illlllll 1,11111, I I I'lHIHIIIMIIIIIKMIUI 'IIIIMMIIIIIIIMIilUMIII The Junior Workmen'.Circle met at tile home of Miss Helen .Moss Wednesday evening. Several new members were admitted. Inting discussions were held. A social hour followed. Mrs. Jacob Fein of Asbury Park spent several days here to look after her local interest.-, returning home Thursday. Tht GLOOM CHASER i Hm Itlilliumilli IIMIIIIIIIIHII L.I.J. il.ii Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss and sons returned from Chicago. Mrs. Philip Bulesky and daugh. Alice, returned to their home at Lake Worth after visiting relatives and friends in New York and Newark, N. J. Dr. Carl N. Herman conducted service-at Temple Beth Israel last Fridaj night and will again ciate tonight. Rabbi Issor Muskat spoke on -The Need and Functions of Religion'' at services last Friday night and will again conduct services and prea.h tonight al B< th El Congregation. Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood sponsored a basket picnic party last Thursday afternoon on the Crokcr estate at Palm Reach. Games were enjoyed and prizes were awarded to the children. In charge of arrangements were Mesdame.O. P. Gruner, Justin Held and Sol Rubin. Plans for the High Holy days were adopted at a meting of Beth Ki sisterhood at a meeting heid Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Irving Moss. A Bocial hour followed the business meeting. All members and friend.are jrg ed to attend the next meeting ,f West Palm Beach Lodge of B'nai B'r tli Monday evening. September .„ t h e Monterey II itel. ImporGuest (country inn)—The best room in the house, please. Clerk That is take n. but I can Hive you one just as good. taut business wil IKtran-ac'.ed. The announcement that a site on %  lounl Scopus. Jerusalem, has been '' %  been chosen for the projected ''""'" %  hild Hadassah University 11 "-1'ital, which will include a 210A social hour and refreshment.Will follow the business meeting. Miss Adeline Goldstein returned from a two weeks' stay in Miami. Sidney Sneider, son of Mr. and Mrs Jack Sneider, a student or Oglethorpe University, is -pending several week, with his parents. Mrs. Cy Argintar and Mrs. liar r y Halpem were hostesses at a brid g e partv for the benefit of Beth Israel Sisterhood lasl Sunday al Schwartzberg Hall. Mr and Mrs. Sam Bern. r. for „„.,. residents of this city and now 0 f Tampa, arrived last Sunday. Mr. Banter returned and Mrs. Bcrncr Rabbi Issor Muskat, who recently became head of Congregation Beth El, is now in charge, having activeIs assumed his duties last week. He comes from Niagara Falls, when he Berved a number of year He is a graduate' of the University of Cincinnati, Marietta College. Marshall College, Ohio State UniHc has been abroad several times, where instudied extensively. He is an ardent Zionist i and will endeavor to do constructive work along this line here. Tampa Notes Mis.Loui II Solomonson and Dr. Louis Rosen were married last week in a quiet ceremony in the presence of a small group of relatives and friends at the bride's home in the Renmah Court apartments, 21 IT Dekle ave. Rabbi David Zelonka of the Temple Schaarai Zedek officiated the couple was unattended. h d iutely after the ci remony ouplc left for a wedding trip era! days to Miami and t lie ..a %  • and will return to reRenmah court. "The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IS. Solomonson of Atlanta, who were' here' for the Uge, was educated in that city, coming to Tampa to reside about six monthago. Her hushancl, a chiropodist, is a native of Patcrson, N. •!., and a graduate of the Illinois College of Chiropody. He is active in communal work and is secretary of the local \. M. II. A. Outstanding among the social of last week was the marriage of Miss Florence Lillian Adelson to Maurice Stein, which took place on the mezzanine floor of the Floridan hotel. Rabbl Adolph Burger of Temple Rodoph Sholom officiated. A reception was given by the mother of the bride, Mrs. Edward II. Adelson, after the ceremony. \ isting in toe Hospitalities were Mrs. J. E. Levine and Mrs. .lack Hademna, aunts of the bride from the North. The bridal couple left for a wedding trip ill North Carolina, from where they will return to Tampa to reside after two or three weeks. The engagement was made known at a luncheon given Saturday by Miss Lena Stein, whose engagement to Milton Seymour Lew Was announced at the sametime. Several hospitalities have been planned to honor the two after Mr. stein and his bride return here. Jinks--Brown sayhis daughter is progressing by leaps and bounds in her pianei practice. Binks That'.just how it sounds. Medium—Your husband's spirit is here. Widow And what is he saying? Medium Hesays heihappy— because he won't get the' bill for that hat. Thej say in business he plays chesi. lb takes no stock in happine Or the well being or the hope Of those who work for him, and grope Hack to the light of day again. The' boss plaj chi -. His pawns are men. lie sits aloof from thosewho trj To please' him, with B wary eye Upon his interest.. and feels Himself a man of high ideals. With no thought but of gain, he plays A game of stalling and delays. I think there is a Powi r that sees. His many needless cruelties, And sometime, though the years arc long, That bait the weak, and feed the strong, I he Boi will hear, as lights grow dim: "( 'he'ckmate !" It will be laid to him! Lucy—Anil, Aunty, if people -tay married 20 years, what is that, wooden? AuntieNo, Lucy dear. Solid An answers editor is asked what thestar stands for on the Soviet soldier's cap. Maybe It's approved by Good Housekeeping. Our marines arehomefrom Haiti after 19 year-. They say the place is all right for a visit, but they wouldn't care to settle. A coast divorcewent through 10 minutes after the filing e,f the petition. These things take a little time as you have to proveyou are married. Palpable exaggerat ons are creeping into feature stories from the drouth country. One has thecutworms tackling spinach. Parson Johnson When Gabriel soundhis trumpet, brother, oh, what will you do? Sam Tuffer If ah'm erossin' a street ah'll sprint likesin! I'll takeno chance's mi it's be in' an automobile. Cupid is a great court fa. (if course you earn an enor s ilary, but do you gel it'.' When a married woman loses I r temper, her husband usually finds it. I. '• of ii leu fall in love with the figureof an heiress. After a strenuous struggle to acquire fame-, many a man finds himself infamous. Cities are full of eminent lawyers, but there is .-till plenty of room iii the pre-eminent class. Miss Pickles Don't you think she's a regular little spitfire? Aunt Primme—I wouldn't use •hm course vulgarism, but I Conner a conflagration expec mist. Budding genius doesn't always beai fruit. A record is a fragilething: you can't lower ernewithout breaking it. .Many of the Well-laid plans of u hen arehatched out by an incubator. Thebest sermon is the one that your head and hits the other fellow. The' average man is willing to forgive an enemy after he gets square with him. Thosewho know say that cases like that of the Columbus citizen who has talked uninterruptedly for 11 dayare extremely rareamong Officers of < ongregation Rodeph Sholom request all who are unaffiliated with any synagogue to make arrangements for -cats lor the High Holy Days by applying to L. Wohl A Sons, 16th St. and 6th ave.. o r Mr. Simon Essrig, 916 Franklin it. Imagination is responsible for half eif our troubles and our actions areresponsible for theother half. A Broadway columnist was blown out of bed by a gas explosion. For a minute it was feared that he had pfft. First Surgeon Was your operation successful em that rich brokl r" Second Surgeon oh. yesj he' let me in em a stock operation before he died. Women aresupposed to be vain, but no man is as handsome as he thinks he is. A friend in Chile' forwards the local prescription for a cocktail. You put the ingredients in a shaker and wait for the earthquake. Mr. Max Argintar is spending his vacation at Asheville, N. C. Miss Dena Beckett ivisiting relatives in Miami. Mr. A. s. Finmnn and S. N. Morris arevisiting relative's in New Yolk and Hartford, Conn. A local young bride makegr dikes that comparefavorably with almost any of the commercial types of paper plate-. The annual pilgrimage to the graves of their beloved ones, the' custom of visiting "Kaver <> will be observed by members of Rodoph sholom Congregation Sunday, September r. from 9 to 11 a. in. at the ce metery of thecongregation. Rabbi Adolph Burger will read the memorial prayers. 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Pag* Six THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN Friday, August I 1 Y. M. H. A. Activities will be sufficient to enable the organization to begin the first unit of a home for the organization. The membership get-together meeting of the V. M. II. A. last Wednesday night was attended by one of the largesl gatherings of members of the association in recent months. Following Hie usual business routine, various committee chairmen presented their reports. Tinpresident, Al Rosenfeld, gave a resume of the activities and history of the organization -nice iis founding in the early part of 1932, and then presented Air. Marl. Max, prominent merchant ;mf the addresses. Congressman J. Mark Wilcox will be the chief speaker at the first of a series of open forums to be sponsored by the Young' Ml n's Hebrew Association early next month. In addition to the speak or. a musical program will be presented during (he evening. Arrangements are in charge of Murray Kellman ami his committee. l-'ull Details will be published in the next issue of this paper. dtthe advance reports on the film, give "Carolina" the promise of being one of the outstanding productions of the new year. Laid against a Southern hack ground of far-reaching tobacco plantations, the story centers about a decadent Southern family striv ing to regain its former glory. The son Of the family falls in love with a poor daughter of the North who has come to raisi tobacco on a portion of thi' land. Although his mother and uncle object to thi trirl. the young man iimp b) her talk, which stirs him to ways and means of rebuilding the plantation. How the young girl breaks down the icy dignity of the aristocratic family and brings prosperity and happiness to tho old South< i n plantation is In raided as being one of the most vivid dra matic picturizations ever to be i rccned. Mr and Mrs. B. •'• Cohen and meeting last Wcdne ,on .-pent some time in Daytona. tne nome of Miss Poar] ^ | plans were made for a sal Mr and Mrs. M. H. Block and I 1 i .1, ..it,. (Yon, 'ii'iu at the home of |,J family returned to the citj from 0r lando and will make their home Maxine and Irene Braver Plans for the High Holy lhi| Berger returned to the citj Congr0 g at i on 0 hev Shol ...",... unending one time in the '"" been completed and u: North. solemn and mtorc-t n Ke\. I!. Safer will d \l, ii Kottclman and on, ,turned after a pleasant the services, with membel .,_, ,,[,,. congregation, headed by t| dent. Mr. II. .1. Cohen, The 101 Club held its weekly ing. With a Star-StUdded east, headed by such stellar performers aJanet Gaynor, Lionel Barrymore, Henrietta Crosman and Robert Young, Fox Film will present "Carolina" at the Tivoli Theatre next Sunday and Monday. The production is reported as being so magnificent in Plans for the third annual dance, sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew Association, to be held on November 1. include one of the finest programs of entertainment presented to Greatei .Miami audiin recent year.-. Many of Miami'.most prominent leaderill Jewish life have agreed to serve as committee chairmen to help Orlando Notes Mr. and Mrs. Ii. Solomon and daughter. Thoba, are vacationing In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. L. Jacobs and children are visiting in Detroit. scope and so dramatic in theme, that it necessitated the use of a make the evmt a successful and ( as t of seven great stars te> ele. it outstanding one. It is hoped that justice. Thearray of personalthefunds raised through this event iti— present in the cast, and theEnjoy Your High Holiday Services WITH THE Aim i ri i J pvvi.s.li Orthodox x £ 1545 S. W. Third Street ROSH HASHONO Beginning Evening of September 9th YOM KIPPUR Beginning Evening of September isth With Rabbi Julius Washer. Officiating Cantor Rabbi Alex. S. Wiesel. Chanting; TICKETS ONLY $2.00, $3.00 AND $5.00 Gel your tickets at the Synagogue every evening from 9 p. m. or Sunday mornings, or from any member of the committee. IP IT'S PAINTING OR WATERPROOFING See JAKE NEHAM New York Decorating Co. 218 11th St., Miami Bearh I'hone 5-3983 AS ALWAYS— "Bundles of Satisfaction" BILTM0RE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES • PILLOWS CURTAINS A SPIRITUAL DELIGHT The Renowned Baritone Cantor Boris Schlachman Will Chant Services at Beth Jacob Congregation :5ll Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Rosh Hashonah Beginning Evening of September !• and Yom Kippur Beginning Evening of September IS • ••• Rabbi DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM Will Preach English and Yiddish Sermons Throughout the Holidays SPECIAL CHILDREN'S SERVICES Because of the Limited Number of Seats Available Make Your Reservations At Once .Brlli David L ongregaiio MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi UMTS HAYMAN, Cantor l Modern and Inspiring Services Will Be Conduct] Rosh Hasliono BEGINNING EVENING OF SEPTEMBER 9th Yom Kippur BEGINNING EVENING OP SEPTEMBER 18th Sermons in English and Yiddish by the Rabbi ( haiitino by the Cantor A MESSAG l-'rom the Winegrowers Association of Palestine About CARMEL WIN Kor o.er H quartet of ;e century, the CARMEL WINE COMPANY distributed the finest Pi tinewinein America, This distribution was continued during Prohibition. Mow, it srivi pleasure to announce tliereorganization of thi CARMEL WINE COMPANY for thepurpo tminn Hie 1 importation and sale of Pali wine-. 'I he age old vineyards of tlieHoly Land an oiou.for their fertility and ideal climate. Coi fluently, the quality of Palestinewine is ackn edged to be of thefinest in theworld. In tasta fragrance and purity, it seems theexacting el. mands of connoissi urs. <• CARMEL WINK COMPANY will be under e management of Mr. Harry Mottaman, <•" Th th known in thefield of wines and liquors. loo wine industry is an important factor in the upbuilding of Paleatine, and we look forward fa welcoming thecooperation and patronage of Jews n America. The Winegrowers Association of Palestine 1:1 -'""' LeZion (Baron de Rothschild's Winecellari and Zichron Jacob) JACQUE8 SHAPIRO, Manager



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;j .• Page Tw THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, Au K ust 81, 1934 Final arrangements for the High Holy Days services at Beth Jacob Congregation have been concluded the seating committee under the direction of Mr. M. B. Frank. All Beata are reserved and those who desire to attend ar< urged to call at the synagogue to select their Beats. The Beating committee "ill be in attendance at the synagogue nning tomorrow night from 8 to li o'clock, and every evening of next week excepting Friday night from T to '.' o'clock. Next Sunday morning, September '.'. the seating committee will be there all day until sundown. Because of the fact that our next week's issue will be a banner "Bosh Hashono" number, all society news must be in by Tuesday evening, September 2nd. I'hone all items in immediately to 2-1183. engaged in aiding numerous JewThe final of the dance contestgift. Among those attending were Ish institutions here, helping to '"'" '""' summer that have been Rut h First, Beck Nash. Viola Kate, found many of them. The sponsored by the Junior Council of Harold Farkas, .lack Zion, Al PalJewish Women was held last Sun 1,.11. Julius Mcndclson, Have Haywas attended by most of the citys (|:iv evening a1 lh( Alcasar Hotel. Jewish community. She \ i> ;trial Murry Cohen. is surAfter a spirited contest particiby her husband, two sons repated in by twelve couples the prize in Savannah, and three donated by one of the local merchants, a silver loving cup, wapresented to doe Scheinberg and Sylvia Fair. Miss Kuth Sontag was chairman of the arrangement %  Girls' Division of the Young committee. vived Biding daughters, two of whom residt Savannah and one in Miami. Tin With the return to tin city this week of Kablii Jacob II. Kaplan of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sal SVauchula, Fla., and Mrs. || Schneider of Arcadia, pla. are spending several weeks al Miami Beach. Rabbi and Mis. Julius v. annow located at the Marlboro Apartments, 436 S. W. in M ami. • Mr. Samuel Small, prominent merchant and communal returned to the city follow absence on a combined busim pleasure trip in the North. Miss Irene visiting her Fair, who has been Men's Hebrew Association will brother, Mr. Aaron sponsor a membership drive. The The next board meeting of the organization will be held Tuesday Fan. at Gary, Ind.. will return to first of a series of events to aid evening, September 11. at the the city some time today. Her the drive will be a Pot Luck Supmoihcr. Mrs. Harry H. Fair, who per next Tuesday evening at 7 is in Gary, Ind., with her -on. will return for the High Holiday.-. home of Miss Mildred Dreisen in the Everglades Hotel. The regular membership meeting for the month of September will lie held .'clock at the clubhouse. The committee in charge consists of Miss Shirley Klkin. chairman: Miss denat the home of Miss Gertrude Rapnie Spector and Miss Hose Dubler. paport, 830 X. W. 86th st., on TuesI The next general meeting will day evening, September 2:<. Ail I be held September ll a: 8:30. members are urged to attend. Plans for the second annual adThe University of Miami Con| ministration dance sponsored by servatory of Music is offering four | Miamians will learn with interest of the graduation of Arthur Kahn, the son of Mr. and Mrs. have Kahn of Elizabeth, X. J., from the Thomas Jefferson ll gh 1 with honor.-. Arthur has entered the University of lVnnsyithe Junior Chapter of Miami Ha>'"'• scholarships lor the coming 11 .i pre-medical course. The dassah Sunday evening, September vear > according to Bertha Foster, } Kahns formerly lived in Miami, 2, at the beautiful Clipper Ship of director, Two of the scholarships ] the Deauville Casino in Miami win >"' !M i ,i; ">" : "" 1 two in voice, j MICHEL KLEMTNER and BOSEMARY (GERSON] £iiiiimiiiiHiiliiiimmimiiiiiiiniiiii < i i mm ri nt t JIIMMMI inair ntr^ | THE MIRASOL HOTEL Davis Islands TAMPA, FLORIDA 5 MINUTES FROM THE CENTER OF THK TOWN Tampa's Meautiful Hotel and Apartments OPEN ALL YEAR Every Room With Private Bath $1.50 and S2.50— NEVER HIGHER Five-Room Apartments. $40 to $0 a Month Operated by where they were active communal if the -tar pupils of Han Beeves. I.eo Ackerman will l ,lili "> 1 •'' the piano scholarships will take place at •'! p. m., Sept. 2N; those iii voice on Sept. 2'.' and Nov. 2. also at 3 p. m. • is. mid Arthur attended RivBeach include a floor show preTheoretical and academic work will | erside i I Ada Merritt schools. Bented through'the courtesy of Lilb fincluded. Examination of aplbwai Beth Daid Talmud Torah and Sunagain demonstrate his abilities as %  lay school and received a number master of ceremonies. Other en"< 1 ,! excellency in his tertainineiu will be presented dui studies. jng the evening, in addition to the dancing that will be enjoyed. No Savannah. Ga., lost one of its tickets will be sold by the commitmost active Jewish communal tee and all admissions will be paid workers when Mrs. Hmde Foster, at the door. All members and wife of Max Foster, president of friends of Hadassah are urged t, the Board of Education of the Heattend. In charge of arrangements bivw School of B. B. Jacob Synais a committee headed by Mi.-.Ida gogue died here recently. DeEngler as chairman, with Miss Ida -.ended from a long line of promSafer, Mr-. Leo Chaikm and Mis< inent scholars, she was actively Sylvia Rayviss assisting. 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Mr. and Mrs. William Clein entertained at dinner last Sunday aft'iii in honor of the sixtieth wtdding anniversary of Mrs. Clein's parents, Air. and Mi-. A. Jacobs, formerly of Atlanta, (la., and now of .Miami. Children, grandchildren %  v : %  i andchildren of the -la cobs attended. At the close of the of honor u. re •ed with a beautiful gift by their grandchildren to i-ommemo rate the event. A large number "f r were 11 ceived from the children and grandchildren who were unable to attend. Mi -. Sol Rotfort, Irving Rot fort and Mi Rotl i t's parents, Mi. and Mrs. J. Hartz, n turned to the city after having -pent several in the North. While away Mrs. Rotfort attended the annual convention of the .National Junior -an aa delegate from the Miami Chapter. Miss Sylvia Rayvis entertained a number of friends at bridge last Tu.-day evening in honor of her cousin. Miss Selma Rayvis of Philadelphia, who is her house guest. 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