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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Vl. 7-No. 8
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
NIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1934
Price Five Cents
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Announcements
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
117 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Priday evening the Rabbi will
at g:15 on "The Whole Man.-'
The Shemini Af/.ereth or concluel-
for Succos, will begin
evening at 8:15, when the
children of the Sunday school will
be presented in a Harvest Festival
,\ mday morning special me-
ervicea will be held at ll
Monday evening at B:1B
Torah will be observed
.. cpecial program. Thi.....
ns will take part, children,
and grandparents. The
speak on "Link- in the
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I THE HOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION =
For the County of Dade j
OFFICE OF
Cmas. M. Fisher
SECRETARY AND SUPERINTENDENT
County School Administration Building
275 n. w. second street
miami. florida
MEMBERS
H. H. FILER. CHAIRMAN. DIST. I
LEMON CITY STATION
MIAMI
W. H. COMBS. SR.. DISTRICT 2
MIAMI
DR. E. W. AVARS. DISTRICT 3
MIAMI
BOARD MEETS EVERY
WEDNESDAY 2 P. M.
of =
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO. Habbi
tal Friday evening Berv-
:. ,ii ;.: 15. Sunday morning
for "Hoshana R
held at X o'clock. Sunday
e final days of SUCCOS will
red in at 6 o'clock. Mon-
lorning services begin at *
the Yizkor service at 10 a.
cedi d by a sermon by the
i. ii: English anil Yiddish on
i the Rabbi will -peak on
I Law of Moses Is It Our
. Simchas Torah services,
. .a 7:80 o'clock, preced-
Hakofos. Tuesday morn-
es begin at a'clock.
= Sept. 26, l'J.54
E Hit' Jewish Floridian
r Miami, Florida
= Gentlemen:
It is the policy of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction to excuse pupils
; of all religious denominations from school on religious holidays without penalty of
= any kind whatsoever.
I nder this ruling all principals are instructed to excuse .Jewish children on their :
= religious holidays and to afford those who desire it an opportunity to make up the =
= work tiny may have missed on these days. =
= Very truly yours, =
(Signed) CHAS. M. FISHER f
E Superintendent. =
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Long Time
Resident Dies
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
I : iy evening service- begin
"'.dock. Saturday morn-
' I. is begin at 9. Sunday
Hoshana Rabba services
ill :\ Sunday night the fi-
a ices for Succos will begin
lock and the Rabbi will
briefly on "A Challenge to
If Respect." Monday moni-
es begin at : o'clock with
1 ai 10:30, preceded by an
by the Habbi on "Reniem-
to Forget." Monday night
ices will begin at T::io,
"hen the Habbi will speak briefly
the Hakofos. Tuesday
morning services begin at 'J o'clock.
' A. S. Wiesel will chant.
\ a result of injuries received
last Sunday evening coming home,
ironi Shul. Isaai Siegel, a resi-
dent of Miami for the past sixteen
. died here Wednesday noon.
Air. Siegel was an active member
and worshiper of Beth David Syn-
agogue -mee his arrival here and
was one- of the organizers and ac-
tive workers of the local Clicvra
ha. Me was a native of lius-
sia, but lived in America for a
long time, ll-- leave- surviving him
iii- widow, three sons, Joseph Sic
gel, a merchant of Miami; Max
Siegel of New York City and Ab-
raham Siegel of San Francisco,
Cal., and one daughter, Mrs. Mil-
lie Shapiro of New York City.!
The funeral will be held from the
home, 321 X. W. 2nd ave.,
I-day. Friday, September 28, at
I I a. in., where sc rvices will be
conducted with Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth David officiating. Inter-
ment will be ill the Jewish section
of the Woodlawn Cemetery.
Local Rabbi
To Marry
Invitations were issued this
for the marriage in Toledo,
Ohio, en Sunday, October 11, of
Rabbi .Max Shapiro of Beth David
Congregation to ML-.- Rose Heck,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
is Heek of that city. Rabbi Mi-
chael Lichtenstein, an uncle of the
groom, will officiate at the cere-
monies, which will be held at B'nai
Israel Synagogue at 5 p. m. and
whicdl will be followed by a re-
ception at the B'nai Israel Cent >r
immediately after the ceremonies.
All friend- of tin Rabbi are in-
vited to attend. Thv bride is a
graduate of Toledo University and
is popular among the younger
Jewish set of Toledo, where she-
RADIO
SYNAGOG
'"M.KEGATION BKTH JACOB
(Orthodox)
Hi Washington Art., Miami Beach
iMVTD I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Friday evening services begin
t 5:45 o'clock. Saturday morning
Goldstein, the son of Mr.
Mid Mrs. Alex Goldstein, will be
l!'| Mitzva with the usual cere-
monies. Sunday morning services
1 Hoshana Rabba will begin at
8 o'clock. Sunday night the final
ervicei will begin at 6,
"hen the Rabbi will speak briefly.
Monday morning, preceding the
rilkor services at 10:30, the Rabbi
*"' speak on "Temporary and I'er-
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock Sunday morning on
"Queer Concepts of Religion." In
addition to the sermon there will
l. prayers, music, scripture read-
ing and a question box.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
manent Values ,.r Life." Monday
Bvening services begin at 7 o'clock.
With the Habbi speaking briefly
preceding the Hakofos. Tuesday
mornIng the Habbi will speak on '
The only Way to Rejoice." Can-
tor Boris Schlachman will chant
at all service-.
has taken an active part in Junior
Hadassah work. Her father is a
memher of the state of Ohio Zion-
ist Executive Board and actively
interested in the Jewish communal
life of Toledo and the state of
Ohio. Habbi Shapiro came to
Miami several years ago follow-
ing service in a number of pulpits
in the South and West, and since
his arrival here has taken an ac-
tive part in the Jewish communal
life of Miami, where he has es-
An Appeal to
Self-Respect
In all our work with the
younger generation we fix our
eyes upon the parents for in-
dividual co-operation and sup-
port. We have recently no-
ticed, much to our deep con-
cern and serious regret, that
parents not only permitted,
but encouraged, children to at-
tend school on the Jewish Hol-
idays. Parent! should real-
ize that in so doing they are
not only voiding any construc-
tive work the Talmud Torah
accomplishes, but they also
cause the' child to lose all rc-
spect for his religion, his par-
ents and himself. There is no
reason for children attending
school on the pretense that
they are not excused on the
holidays. The offices of the
Dade County Hoard of educa-
tion have advised the children
will not only be excused, hut
will be permitted to make up
lost work. It behooves the
Jewish parent to respect his
own faith, at least as much as
the non-Jew does. We feel
that it is the inviolate duty of
parents to attend synagogue
with their children, regard-
less of costs and sacrifices.
To further this end, we
pledge ourselves NOT TO
CONFIRM or permit to be-
come BAR MITZVA any child
who attends school on Jewish
holidays.
(Signed)
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM
Beth Jacob Cong.
HABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Beth David Cong.
HABBI JULIUS WASHER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Ho-h Hashonah Gave Impetus to
Revival of Spanish Jewry-
MadridThe recent Rosh Ha-
shona holiday gave a valuable im-
petus to the revival of Jewish com-
munal life in Spain. In Barcelona
ten new synagogues were opened
during the holidays to meet the
needs of the growing community.
The great .synagogue in Madrid
was more crowded than at any-
time since 1492. A significant fea-
ture of the holiday services was
the fact that the Sephardic and
Ashkenazic Jews broke down the
social barriers [separating them
and Worshipped side by side. The
only difficulty involved in the
services was the lack of Torahs
and prayer books. Chazonim and
preachers were brought in from
France and Belgium. As a re-
sult of the successful high holiday
Bervices several permanent congre-
gations have been established and
a firm basis created for Jewish in-
stitutional activity.
Australia Plans Memorial to Sir
John Monash
MelbourneThe Australian gov-
ernment ha.- opened a contest for
designs for a memorial statue to
the late Sir John Monash, com-
mander of the Australian forces
in the World War. The contest i-
open to architects everywhere.
Venizelos Tells Jews He's No
Anti-Semite
SalonikiWhile his newspaper
supporters continue to wage a
press war against the Jews, for-
mer Premier Eleutherios Ve nizelos
told a Jewish delegation that
called on him to protest against
the inciting articles in the Yeni-
zelist press that he- was not an
anti-Semite. He also declared that
his interview with the London Jew-
ish Host, which precipitated the
present anti-Semitic drive- in
Greece, Was badly misinterpreted.
He denied having accused the
Greek Jews of lack of patriotism,
but reiterated his belief that they
ought to accept a separate elec-
toral college in order to avoid anti-
Semitic provocation.
Bavaria Bans Yiddish in Cattle
Markets
tablished a large following of
friends and admirers. Rabbi Sha-
piro is expected to leave for To-
ledo Sunday evening, October 7,
land will return to Miami the lat-
] ter part of the month, following a
brief honeymoon, to resume his ac-
Munich The use of Yiddish in
the Bavarian cattle markets has
been forbidden by the Bavarian
minister of economics on the
ground that it enabled Jewish trad-
ers to exchange information with-
out other traders knowing about
it. Hebrew was banned several
weeks ago on similar grounds.
live duties with Beth David.
Jews and Non-Jews to Combat
Anti-Semitism in South Africa
CapetownJoint committees of
Jews and Christians have been
formed in Capetown and Johannes-
burg to b ad a united effort against
the rising tide1 of anti-Semitism in
South Africa.


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THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN
Friday, September 28,
, I


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Last Friday Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiated at the Bris Milah of the
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Miller. Mrs. Miller is the former
Terry Reisman. The ceremony was
celebrated at the Victoria Hos-
pital in the presence of many
friends and members of the family.

On Sunday morning Rabbi S. M.
.Machtei officiated at the Bri.s Mi-
lah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Braunstein at the Vic-
toria Hospital.
*
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Sayles, 1!00 X. \Y. 53rd st., last
Sunday at noon, Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei officiated at the Bris Milah
of their newborn son.
*
Dr. A. Lustgarten has r< I
to Miami following an absence of
si veral weeks.

Plans for the formal opening
meeting of Junior Hadassah on
October 15 wi I
ing of the orgai Moi lay at
Ponce de Leon Hoti I. Miss B
rice Goldenblank,
chairman, will have I I
rangements, assis M i s, S I
Rotfort, Mrs. I.. A, i
Mrs. William Farr. i nah
.Ma.L, pi Miss
Ida Safi ll ill al in;
Farr, ju
Mrs. Rotfort. man
and mean-. An election will be
conducted at the eting to
fill the vacancy caused by the res-
ignation of Miss l.
rotary.

At a meeting of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women, held
last Tuesday night, projects for
the coming year were discussi I,
Work for the Red Cross was un-
dertaken by a committee consist-
ing of the Misses Beatrice Stein,
Fay Schemer and Gertrude Neham.
Co mm ittee appointments an-
nounced include: Dramatics, Klise
Khrman and Lee Kasanoff; reli-
gious work, Belle Tannenbaum;
birthday observance, Anita Bern-
stein; Christmas formal dance,
Ruth Sontag. A special meeting
of the membership will be held
next Tuesday evening. October 2,
at the Ponce de Leon Hotel, and
all members arc urged to attend.

Miss Bessie Lee Leavitt, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Leavitt of this city, left for New
York, where she entered the Pratt
of Art of Brooklyn, X. Y.
*
Philip Lieberman left
- : iy night for Louisville,
Ky.. funi ral of her
sister, Miss Matz, who dii d there
*
E i Fi iedman, popular member
if Bi I I 'a> id Exei Board, is
I a Hospital.
ntly underwent an

' th "f a
the Loy-
Clu Chapl er, O.
E. S., '' i
p. I 1, at thi home
. Iman, 1421 X.
_ number of mem-
bers at led l he meeting of the
.':'- ]' \
last V, niirht at its club-
i: .....r igres-
: thi Tl : Annual Dan of the
esei ted and
- -- made by Al E.
Pallott on the work of the pro-
Sam Schinde!
BURDINE'S
and nobodv else
IN GREATER MIAMI
Sells
Monterey Furniture
If it doesn't come
from Burdine's..
It isn't genuine */
Monterey. .
and Ben Serkin were elected to
the board of directors of the or-
ganization. An honorary board of
directors was formed, consisting
of former active members of the
board who are unable to devote
the required time to the organi-
sation, but who will aid from time
to time in the constructive work
of the organization. Practice for
basketball will be held every Sun-
day at Flamingo Park, Miami
Beach, beginning at 2 p. m.

Among the first arrivals for the
winter season in Miami Beach are
Mr. and Mrs. B. Goldenberg of
Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Kie-
ver Guberny, Russia. They will
be the guests of the Ocean View
Inn.
*
Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, owner and
director of (amp Wohelo for girls
in the Blue Ridge Mountains of
Pennsylvania, will return to her
home in Miami on October 6. She
reports a most successful season,
with a large number of campers
from tiie Miami area. Miss Kitty
Morris of Miami was one of the
Junior Counsellors.
<.
Mr. anil Mrs. Ilyman X. Levy
and family will return to their
home in Shcnandoah on October 6.
t *
Ali-- Helen and Mis- Ruth
Greenwald entertained at their
home. 227:: S. \V. Twelfth st.,
Wednesday in honor of Miss Mae
Rosenthal, whose marriage to Ar-
nold Cohen will take place Octo-
ber 7.
Guests were Mrs. S. Rubenstein,
Mrs. 11. Greenberg, Mrs. J. Rosen-
thai, Mrs. M. K. Mondul, Mrs. J.
Mondul, Mrs. J. A. McRae, Mrs.
Violet Buechler, Mrs. Carrie Lock-
ett, Mrs. J. Gropper, Mrs. Charles
Greenwald, Mrs. R. Fitzpatrick,
Miss Bernice Ixxd^ .Miss Sarah
Greenberg, Miss Esther Green-
berg, Mi-- Grace Garcia, Miss
Ruth Davis, Miss Miriam Green-
wald., Miss Gertrude Rappaport,
Miss Myrtle Mondul and Fannie
Bleckner.

The last day of the Feast of
Tabernacles i- Monday, beginning
Sunday evening, when service- will
! held in Temple Israel at 8:15.
The children of the Sunday school
will present, instead of the ser-
mon by the Rabbi, a Harvest Fes-
tival play written and prepared by
Mr-. I. M. Weinstein, president of
the Sisterhood.
Tin children taking part in this
program are as follows: Teddy
Plant. Melvin Katz, Philip Wein-
-tiein, Richard Feldman, Ilyman
Scheinberg, David Wise, Mona Pas-
troff, Marcia Sable, Marjorie
Reichenback, Harriett Reisner, Re-
gina Loveman, Elfcine Fqldman,
Joyce Oren, Bobby Ranter, Emily
Feibelman, Pearl Sapero, Edna Lei-
bovit, Joyce Pearlman, Joan Salts-
man, Loi- Xcvin>, Freeman Nev-
ins, Jack Spitz, Marjorie Fisher,
Joseph Mirsky, Myra Mirsky,
Florence Coret, Xataleah Simon,
Francis Katz, Bernadine Roth,
Gloria Kirstein, Ix>is Reisner, Dor-
othy Levin, Stanley Wasman, Ste-
phen Davis. Ruth Wolkowsky, Mil-
licenl Roth. Harriett Goldman,
Paul Leibovitt, Use Asher, Frank
Davi-. Jack Reichenback, Bar-
bara Xcwfcld, Myron Cowen, Bar-
bara Homa, Raymond Cowen, Mar-
ion Freed, Janice Magid, David
Loveman, Fred Bulbin.
The children who arc to take
part in this program are expected
to report Saturday morning for
rehearsal, as well as Sunday morn-
ing for full dress rehearsal.
* *
The Religious School of Temple
Israel, Miami's Keform Jewish
Congregationt has been complete-
ly reorganised with a new course
of instruction and a new faculty.
The school board consists of Mr.
M. \. Hankin, chairman; Mr. I.
Levin, Mr. Norman Mirsky, Mrs.
Morris Plant, Mrs. J. G. Lewis,
Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein, president of the Sister-
hood. Mrs. Gordon Davis, secre-
tary; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, libra-
rian; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis and
Mrs. Morris I'liifit, superintend-
ent-; Mis- Florence Coret, pianist
for department 2; Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, music director; Mrs. Iieona
Levin, pianist for department 1.
The teachers of the school are:
Class 1, Mi-. F. H. Fisher; class
2, Miss Dorothy Roth; class .'!, Mrs.
Leona Levin; class I. Anita Bern-
stein; Class 6, Mrs. Frank A. Perl-
man; class 'I. Mr-. I. L. Seligman;
cla 7. Mis. .1. G. Spitz; das- 8,
Mr. Samuel Greenberg; class 9,
Miss Bertha Leibovit; class in. Mr.
Donald Lavigne; class H, Mrs. E.
Max Goldstein; class 12, Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan.
There are three departments in
the Religious School this year, tin
primary I. 2 and ::; the secondary.
I. 5, 6, 7 and 8, and the high
school. :.. in. ll and 12.
School will open October 7. at
which time all pupils must regis-
ter.
* *
More than fifteen tables of
bridge were in play last Tuesday
night at the home of Mrs. J. L.
Shoehet, when she and Mrs. LoUli
Pallott were hoste i ., Carj
party for the benefit of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew.
ish Orthodox Congregation. Th*
door prize was awarded to Mrs. \
Silver, and individual prim for
high scores were given at each
table. During the evening re-
freshments were served.

Saturday morning, September
2it, Irving Goldstein, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldstein
prominent residents and workeri
of Greater Miami, will be Bar
Mitzva at the Beth Jacob Syna.
gogue, Miami Beach, [rving will
recite the Haftoro and will then
speak in English on "Bar Mitzva.'
He will be followed by the Rabbi
and then will be presented his Bar
Mitzva certificate by Mr. Harry I.
Lipton, president of the I
cation. The parent-
Mitzva will be hosts al a
tion in the Synagogue I i all their
tr ends and the worshipers at an
old-fashioned Kiddush immi
Iy following the service All
invited to attend a- n i .:
be issued.

What promises to be
prettiest parties will be that I
the Succos party for thi .hiliirt-n
of the Sunday school and T
Torah of the Miami Jewish Orth-
odox Congregation m xl -
afternoon at 2:30 in th(
.ah of the Synagogue. A program
will be presented and the Rabbi
will speak briefly of the signifi-
cance of the holiday. Special in-
vitations have been issued to tin
children. Refreshments and goodies
(Continued on Paj 5)
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THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
rUSLISHBD 1VEHT FRIDAY
b, Ih.
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'" P. O. Boi 1171
yiin Kloridi
Phone 2-1183
Hl>l TORI A I. OFFICES:
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""jTl.OUIS^HOCHET. Editor
Kll- K. SHOCHKT, Circulation M.n.i.,
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Kield Representative
inttr- m leeond clmu matter July 4,
,11 .1 th Put Offic* at Miami, Florida,
und.'r lh Art ..f March S. 1878.
.VEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
ORLANDO
IRENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
WEST FLORIDA
BUSINESS AGENT
S. <;. AROSON
4209 Central Ave.
Tampa, Ela.
when Louis Marshall helped to
frame the minorities treaties which
were incorporated in the Treaty
of Versailles, th< ... re.
*arded M ^e chief bulwark
'Ka.nsi official anti-Semitism in
' '""" :""> Eastern Europe. If
Poland i.- permitted to violate her
pledges then
vent other countries bound bj
i,ar obligations from doing the
-"""- up to responsible Jew-
sh organisations to acl quickly
""l realistically in two directions:
first, persuade Poland, if pos-
sible, to modify her present truc-
ulent attitude; an., secondly, to
avert the danger of having other
countries follow her example.
Spanish Jewry
Revived
>f the few bright sp
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
St. Petersburg
Succoth services wen- ushered
in last Sunday evening, Septem-
ber j.;, at h o'clock at Congrega-
tion B'nai Israel, 921 9th St., No.,
itli further service Monday morn-
ing at \i o'clock, Monday evening
ami Tuesday morning at 9,
with Rabbi A. s. Kleinfeld in
charge. Services for the last part
of Sure.,Hi will U' held on Sunday
evening, September ;iU; sermon,
"Frailties and Faith," will be
preached. Monday morning at 9,
"A Message of Gladness" will be
'""'i topic. Monday evening
al K and Tuesday morning at 9.
sermon, "The Change in Nature."
-Mini,,rial service at 10:15 a. m.
Tuesday evening Simchas Torah
will l>e observed with a lovely pro-
gram, after which the Ladies' Aux-
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One
the Jewish horizon .- Spaini where fliary'will
a new Jewry is fast taking root, freshments.
News from Barcelona and Madrid _______
indicates that Rosh Hashana was
more widely observed this
n Spain than al any other time
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 88, 1931
Minorities Treaty
Threatened
nee l 192, Ten new synagogues
had to be opened in Barcelona, and
all were crowded with Sephardic
in i Ashkenazic Jews, worshipping
tide by side tor the first time.
Tlie new Jewrj in Spain has been
-iven a tremendous impetus by
the thousands of German Jewish
refugees who have fled to Bar-
celona and Madrid. To enable
these newcomers to establish
themselves, Rabbi Ferdinado Nis-
san Friedman, spiritual head of
the Barcelona Ashkenazic commu-
nity, has come here as Spanish
Jewry's first envoy since 1 192 to
raise a fund of (120,000. He re-
port- encouraging eultur.il, eco
nomic and religious progress ,
among the .lews of Span. Ilis-
tory's curious trick of repeating
itself set ms to be at work in
Spain. In 1492 Sephardic Jew-.
driven from Spain by Ferdinand
and Isabella, helped develop Ger-
many. Today Ashkenazic Jews,
exiled from Germany, are well on
I in way toward redeveloping Spain.
'I he Bar MitZVa of Louis Abra-
(';"' ham-, son of .Mr. and Mrs. S. Ab-
rahams, took plaee at the Syna-
gogue on the first day of Now
Year's. lie splendidly recited the
Mussaf service, which everyone en-
joyed. Following the service- Mr.
and Mrs. Abrahams were hosts to
the worshipers.
Registration for the Sunday
school and Hebrew school at Con-
gregation B'nai Israel will take
place on Sunday morning follow-
ing Succoth. All Jewish children
are invited.
Tie
GLOOM
CHASER
ClericMan does not live by
bread alone, you know.
Millionaire] wish he did. My
food cornering activities are en-
tirely confined to wheat.
A large number of badly defeat-
ed candidates have solemnly de-
termined to disconnect the ampli-
fier and stop up their ears the
next time they think they hear the
call of the people.
And even the skin-deep beauty is
apt to wear off in time.
Jealousy is a tree that hears the
most hitter of all fruits.
A man may save money, hut he
need not hope to he saved by
money.
It isn't so much what others say
about you as the way they say it
that hurts.
It would he great if everyone
who congratulated you on your suc-
cess meant it.
A Canadian sea serpent turned
out to he an empty keg. But it
did look something like a sea ser-
pent, when viewed by full "tanks."
At the next Congregational
meeting, last nomination and elec-
tion of officers for Cong. B'nai Is-
rael will he held.
Emily Post must write another
about business etiquette, with spe-
cial reference to hanging handbills
on the doorknobs of homes.
West Palm Beach
Beth Kl Sisterhood met at the
home of Mrs. II. Cold Tuesday
evening, when important business
was transacted.
Mr. Jack Barash returned to the
city after having spent two weeks
in New York.
Emulating the war-time tactics
neighbor and recently ac-
quired political friend, Germany,
Poland has cooly informed the
League of Nations that the minor-
reaty will henceforth be re-
gard! : as a scrap of paper so
far a Poland is concerned, until
i powers agree to bind
by similar minorities
ions. This, in effect, was
What Col. Josef Beck, Poland's
minister, said when he
told the Assembly of the League
"f Nations that Poland was re
ng her obligations under
the m norities clauses of the Treats
"I Versailles, a document which,
incidentally, restored Poland to
fie 'tis of a national entity.
This deliberate nullification of
'national pledge by Poland
Will he more of u blow to the
League of Nations than to the 3,-
lews in Poland, who have
'earn I from fifteen years of bit-
,| perience that Poland hon-
' minorities treaties more
i th breach than in the observ-
Poland'i brazen action is a j ichwartzberg Hall.
lap at the already impaired
' of the league, and an in-
'i that 'Poland is moving
toward (.'loser co-opera
;i Germaeny, which has quiv
the league. On its past record of
Compromise and back-watering
then
the
cha
* inviolability of the Treaty of
Versailles.
s" far as Polish Jewry is con-
cerned the scrapping of the mi-
treaty leaves it little
off than before. It simply
means that Poland is now free to
"Sl|e her anti-Semitic program j weeks.
ithout the annoyance of interna-
n""ul restraint or disapproval. To! Palm Beach Lodge
Mr-. Meyer Weinstcin, daugh-
ter and mother, Mrs. Firstein,
have returned home from Hen-
dersonville, N. C. Mrs. Firstein
is recovering from an automobile
accident.
Mr. .lack Fuchs returned home
from Asbury Park, N. J.
Every man wants to climb about
three times higher than he can
ever hope to get.
A hick town is wTierc you have
to hunt all over it for the fellow
with the key to the fire house.
Mrs. Mortis llermer and nephew,
Sidney Mershen, left for New
York City, accompanied by Mrs.
Carroll, who will visit her daugh-
ter at Philadelphia.
Stone "newspapers" have been
unearthed in the old Roman port
of Ostia. All in all, the modern
city room is perhaps more restful
than a quarry.
Services for Succoth were held
I at Temple Beth Kl Sunday night
with Rabbi William II. Rosenblatt
preaching on "Our Festival of Ap-
preciation." Monday morning the
Rabbi spoke on '"'Succoth Sym-
bols." Friday evening services
will begin at X o'clock with the
Rabbi speaking on "How Shall We
Rejoice in the Law?"
Hamlet (playing Podunk)Of
course you will attend the per-
formance tonight ?
Native Can't. The minister has
just had his donation party. He's
I got every stale egg and vegetable
in town.
skim-milk and banana reducing
diet.
BessThe countess engaged to
a baron? I thought that the
count wasted her entire fortune
before he died.
Belle Yes, but he left enough
life insurance for her to get a
baron.
is nothing to indicate that
'Kite will meet this Polish
' nge to its own authority and
Temple Beth Israel held Suc-
coth services Sunday night with
Dr. Carl N. Herman officiating.
After the services children of the Registration for religious school
religious school presented a pro- (||. T(.m|)|(, H(.[h E| was nc,(| ,ast
gram of Succoth entertainment in Sunday wnen a number of chil-
dren wire enrolled. Regular ses-
Isions will begin next Sunday, Sep-
Succoth services at Beth Kl were u.wUi.,. 30i al i Bi nl.
conducted by Rabbi Muskat, who; _______
-poke on "The Succoth Festival." T,.|n|||(. H(,lh K| sisterhood will
the eongrega-|convemj f((l. tlu. m.w s,.ason under
the leadership of Mrs. M. Good-
kind on Wednesday, October 3, at
lion enjoyed "Kiddush" in the
large Succah of the congregation
and sang songs after enjoying re-
freshments served by Mrs. II. Gold.
Moses Schuppler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Schuppler. left for
Gainesville to enter the Unlver
sity of Florida.
Mr. Sam Scher returned to the
City after an absence of several
of B'nai
^:.;n p. m., when plans and a pro-
gram for the coming year will be
announced.
Life Guard (disgustedly)Who
can understand women? Nobody!
Woman runs up to methe love
light shining in her eyesthrows
her arms about my neck and yells,
"Save my husband; he's out there
drowning!"
A Russian stratosphere balloon
exploded while preparing for the
a-cent. Defeated candidates can
easily imagine the sensation.
An important meeting of Cong.
Beth Kl will meet Wednesday eve-
ning at the Synagogue to hear re-
ports and transact important busi-
I ness.
The local B'nai B'rith lodge is
making arrangements for a mem-
lh" World Jewish leadership, how- B'rith will meet Monday nigh. a. be, ship drive In honor of res,-
"*. -^ situation presents a new the A.....terey Hotel to resume ac- den, Alfred M. Cohen. -5th birth.
and Critical problem. Since 1919, tivities for the winter season. day anniversary.
Here I be a-scratching my head
and my pad,
And never a song is that way to
be had,
While the grasshopper scratches
his leg for a song
And damned if he doesn't be get-
ting along.
They who misjudge arc apt to
be misjudged.
That Barosarus creature whose
remains, 140,000.000 years old,
were found in Wyoming, weighed
15 tons and had a brain weighing
only one ounce. Scientists believe
these two circumstances, together,
may have led to its adoption of a
Object, Matrimony
The civilized world is snickering
over a story of an unsophisticated
Eskimo. There are several ver-
sions of tin' story, but one is that
the Eskimo gentleman, visiting a
town for the first time, saw a
beautiful fur-coated lady in a win-
dow display, and excitedly entered
the store, asking to buy not the
coat, but the lady. He wanted her
for a wife. And the lady was a
waxen or wooden model.
We venture to question, how-
ever, whether the laughter is quite
warranted. Before holding the
Eskimo up to ridicule one should
inquire closely into his home life
and determine the critical keen-
ness of his eyesight. Possibly he
knew the lady was a wooden fig-
ure and. notwithstanding, desired
her for the mistress of his heart
and household.
A wooden lady does not absent
herself from home to play bridge.
She doesn't spend money reckless-
ly. She doesn't scold. Not only
after making up, but always and
unfailingly, she is fair to look
upon. In a sort of cool, neutral
way, she is consistently sw"eet.
She has, in short, scores of the
characteristics of a model (Eski-
mo) wife which in the average
flesh-and-blood (Eskimo) one are
too commonly lacking.
Perhaps this Eskimo acted with
foresight and sagacity. There may
be lots of Eskimo husbands (heav-
en forbid that we should suggest
there are any white ones) who,
when peace and comfort desert the
hearthstone, long to go shopping
with the same object.
"The functions of the citizen
and the soldier are indivisible in
the Fascist state," says II Duce.
Right shoulder, ballots!
Ability is the art of doing only
what we are capable of doing.
A man may be able to argue
with a woman, but it never does
any good.
Too many people neglect their
plain duties for something more
attractive.
Some people have been on the
stage all their lives and still long
to be actors.
Most flat dwellers admire the
janitor's wife for her ability to
boss the janitor.
A woman hates to acquire her
first gray hair almost as much as
a man dislikes to part with his
last one.
Some men are born great, some
achieve greatness and the major-
ity do not trouble themselves very
much about it.
ProsecutorThis crime cries to
heaven for vengeance!
DefendantThen what are you
bothering the jury with it for?
They ain't angels.





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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, September 28, 1934
JtaMo %na$o# pulletht
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1
Pounder nd Director. Radio Sjno of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Vol. IV. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1934 No. 41
"The SuccahA Panacea"
Scripture Reading, Leviticus, Chapter XXIII, Verses 3-43, Inclusive
As I grow older my assurance about things, my positiveness con-
cerning the things I thought I knew, grows less and my faith grows
stronger, sinking and imbedding its roots deeper into my conscious-
ness. Strange, too, it is, that despite the need for relinquishing so-
called fundamental and basic convictions, I am not, as one might expect,
lost in a sea of doubt. It seems that with the departure of every firm
stay and support in the realm of religious dogma, niy mental and
spiritual equilibrium furnish me with a compensatory sense of security
in pure Faith, and, instead of toppling over the brink of despair. I
find myself safely supported by Hope, dressed in the armor of Faith
in God's protection.
At sundown tonight Jew- will begin the observance of Succoth, the
Feast of Tabernacles, to commemorate the huts in which the Israelite-
dwelt during their wanderings through the wilderness. They will also
observe this period of seven days in the ritual prescribed for the an-
cient harvest festival, or the Fea-t of Ingathering. How many. I
wonder, will think of Succoth in the light of the interpretation given
to it by the Sages who held that the word "Succah" is a poetical ex-
pression for the cloud which BCC nipanicd the tribes on their desert-
journey? When they we.e on the march it went them to show
them the way. and during their encampment it hovered protectingly
over the sanctuary which stood in the midst of the camp. By day it
was a shelter from the heat, at night it became illumined, and gave
the people light. The Rabbis further state that this cloud, this pro-
tecting Succah. leveled the road ahead of the marching thousands, re-
moved all obstacles and routed the us rep;;!,-.- and the lurking
beasts which infested the route of the wandering Israelite.-, working
out their salvation, finding themselves after centuries of bondage,
and heading forward, ever onwai I ; wai li home, towards
a permanent Succah.
This Succah, this hovering cloud, was thus a visible sign, not only
of God's presence, but al-o of His protecting care. We find the anal-
ogy to it in the comfort offered to the soul, in the 91st psalm, "Thou
shalt not be afraid for the terror of the night, nor for the arrow-
that flieth by day, nor for th( that walketh in darkness, nor
for the destruction that wasteth at nday."
If you prefer to observe the physical symbol of a roughly con-
structed hut, that is your privilege. If the agricultural phase of the
observance appeals to you, then make if Su B Feast of Ingather-
ing. As for me, I choose to follow the l< of the Rabbis who
maintain that the Succah refers 1 '-' cloud. In that I
find my greatest evidence of God's watch! er us. B<
we are by enemies, insects, reptiles, bactei a, wild growths in the
vegetable kingdom, and by beastl) .,:- in human form, it only
by Divine Intervention and Guidanc
We are, relatively, i. Life's road.
than were the Israelites in the wilderness. If anything, ma:. n
genuity has invented apparati for f h .man life with
which the bloodthirsty barba unfamiliar.
We are exposed to dangers which we isand years
ago whin the band of liberal
and the threatening wilderness, That wi toda; itei
proof of Cod's protection than was Israelites
on the other side of the Jordan.
And if the averagi man
citizen of our nation has begun to
a questioning of "What is it all al Jl
I, for one, cannot accuse th(
rank and file of the nation is jt :'
chaos in the land, the promil '
triots," who have invest
out urging our potential enemies to
shedding the blood of our inn
ganized into a profitable
all sides, on all fronts, shan thi .
producing widows and orphai
designation. In their own Ian
To further add to the conl
outside looking in," utilize Constitul at the
present administration and
of defenders of the Constitut g ar-
guments that are not prol
sound in inductive reasoning. It has < I con-
tinues to be, that each Btep forward >
and equality is beset by enemies and pitfalls, 'inly the levelling in-
fluence of a Succah. of a Divine protecting cloud, could shield the
cause from harm, clearing the path ol ta les. Only througn
implicit faith in the ultimate result ana in the Divine help can we
hope to carry on. A tumble-down shelter, in a wind-blown hut, of
itself will offer scant protection against the howling beasts and the
jealous elements. There must l>c Faith in the Succah in the hovering
cloud sent by God and guided by Him.
If there ever was need for Faith, strong and tenacious, it is in
the present day. There seem to be SO many indications that wrong
prevails, that greed and avarice hold sway, that despotism and force
of arms are the sole essential requisites for leadership; there
much of evil that forces good aside, that one'- faith in a God who
must frown on all this is badly shaken. If such God there be, why
does He permit these conditions to exist? To this question there arc-
many answers. The commonest is that these conditions are man-
made the offspring of man's own vices. Man must expiate and win
redemption through correcting these very wrongs of which he and his
system are guilty, clod lends His protection. 1 he eradication of
evil, the extermination of these prevailing conditions needs no mirac-
ulous power. Man has il within him to effect a cure. And he will.
Faith is your only link with God. Faith will vindicate all youi
hope, and aspirations. When darkest doubts assail, think o. the wan-
der ng of th Israelites in the wilderness, of the dangers which lay in
ambush for them, of the obstacles put m their path by envious and
spiteful enemies, of the dissensions which arose within the ranks
against the leadership of Moses. Think of all these and of the heav-
enlv film, the downy cloud, that offered them Its protection. 1 hat
cloud was the Succah. the shelter, the hut, winch Cod bad -plead over
them. It wa- the All-in-All to them. It served them by day and by
night. Vet the cloud is but the messenger, the instrument of the
Creator. Cod is the Protector. He takes us under His Protection ol
Peace. Hi- "Succaa shalome." th. Tabernacle, the shelter of Peace, ol
wholesomcM--.
So, to., .ball we. in this land, successfully and safely weather all
our .-lorn,-. And. with the help of the same Cod, in the same manner.
For there is but on, God, though we see Him differently the fault
being in our vision and not in His appearance. Look above you. Be
hold the ministering cloud.-, symbol.- of Cod'- presence and protection.
When you Bee them not. they are the invisible agents of God. but. rest
assured thai they are there, for God is our Succah, our shelter, our
protection, our hut. He will see us safely through, to the- other side
,,!' the Jordan.
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jOCICTY
will be provided by the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Synagogue, with
jl,.,, Nathan Adelman in charge
0f arrangements, assisted by the
officers and members of the aux-
iliary-
All are invited to attend the 17th
0f a series of benefit card parties
for the Loyalty Club of Emunah
Chapter, 0. E. S., on Monday, Oc-
tober 1. at the home of Mrs. Ann
Reiiman, 2251 S. W. 7th St., be-
ginning at 8 p. m., when Mrs. Rcis-
man and Mrs. Rae Somberg will
be the hostesses. Prizes will be
award- .1 for high scores and re-
freshments will be served.
*
Plans for the dance being spon-
sored jointly by Beth David Sis-
terhood and the Congregation for
in will be announced in
our next issue.

A ry interesting meeting of
the M ami Jewish Orthodox Con-
>n was held Tuesday night
when fifteen new members were
ports for the past year
u,M i ented showing a decided
ain and increase in fi-
tanding. Election will be
held m v month.

on for children of
Talmud Torah and
chool will be held at the
next Sunday ......n-
ng at lii o'clock. Reg-
for children wanting to
attend the Sunday school and Tal-
mud Torah of the Miami Jewish
1 mgregation will be held
Sunday morning, beginning at 9
the Synagogue. Tal-
muil Torah will begin Wednesday
October .'!, at '! o'clock
at the Synagogue. At Beth Jacob
1 [ration, Miami Beach, reg-
istration for the children of the
Talmud Torah and Sunday school
will be held Sunday morning from
I2. A new teachers' staff
Sunday school will be an-
*
oarriage of Miss Mae Ros-
enthal. the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I. Rosenthal, long time resi-
Miami, to Mr. Arnold Co-
hen, the son of Mr. and Mrs. M.
' of Tampa, Fla., will be held
at the home of the bride on Sun-
day. October 7, at 5 p. m., with
Max Shapiro of Beth Da-
ating. Following the cer-
the parents of the bride
will lender a reception to the im-
members of the family.
The couple will reside at Vero
where the groom is en-
in business.
*
Mr. and Mrs. David Likor of
ind, Ohio, who will remain
for the winter, are visiting
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
n- Kotkin of Coconut Grove.

An important meeting of the
Auxiliary of the Miami
Orthodox Congregation will
a held at the vestry rooms of the
Synagogue next Tuesday evening,
October 2, beginning at 8 o'clock.
A" members are urged to attend,
a reports of the past season will
,K' given and plans for the next
work will be announced.
"1 Sunday morning at 10
the Beth David Sisterhood
ill he hostesses to the children
,f i's Talmud Torah and Sunday
sct">'|l at the annual Succos party
ln the Succah of the congregation.
r'r Awnings call Kraft
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coming to the Tivoli Theatre next
Sunday and Monday, with George
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Rand, the Fan Dancer, Prs
Drake and Gertrude Michael, de-
pict.- the private and public life
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Notes
Miss Frances Maas, daughter of
Mi\ and Mrs. Sol May ,, 831 South j Rabbi I. W. Muskat is arrang-
Delaware ave., left last Tuesday ling a Succah celebration this corn-
to attend Groucher C^'lege in Bal- !jng Monday night at Beth El Syn-
timore. agogue with the children of the
jTalmud Torah and Sunday school
Cornelius Steinberg, a member I between the ages of ten and six-
, of Schaari Zedek Temple, instruc- teen participating. The Beth El
|tor in Latin at the University of | Sisterhood will provide refresh-
Tampa, who has recently returned (ments.
from a tour of Europe, will speak -------------------------------------------
on Russia at the meeting of tl^.T""
Tampa Men's Forum Sunday night
at 8 o'clock at the Unity Center,
222 West Lafayette st. The meet-
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Box Office Opens :45 P. M.
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MARK MAX
Chairman Place Committee, Y. M.
II. A. Third Annual Dance
Tampa Notes
Mr>. Fanny Flelsher Maas. wile
"i Isaac Maas, chairman of tin-
LondonThe 18 Jewish-owned
German clothing factories who
have received permission from the
British government to move their
establishments to England will be
under the control of the Nazi re-
gime, according to the London
Star. The paper points out that,
although these factories moved in
order to escape the world anti-
Nazi boycott, their owners have
been forced to agree to import
half of their raw materials from
Germany and not dismi-s any of
the German employes in their
< lei man branches. They are also
limited to 211,0011 marks in the
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him perfectly, thai of a romantic
and adventurous fellow who climbs
in success on a ladder of women's
hearts.
The thrilling and entertaining
climatic dance numbers are wov-
en around Maurice Ravel's inter-
nationally famous musical compo-
sition, "Bolero."
Another interesting feature of
the picture is the first screen pres-
entation of thi' sensational fan
dance created by Sally Rand; the
dance that brought her fame, for-
tune, reams of newspaper head-
lines. It brought her to Holly-
wood and a contract with the Para-
mount company.
hoard of Maas Brothers, Inc.. died I amount of money they can with-
al her home, '.hit Bayshore boule- draw from Germany. The British
van!, la-i Friday. For manv years government allowed them to open
Mr Maa "a- prominent in so-''" England on condition that they
civic circles in Tampa. Iwould '-mploy Engl
She wa> a member of the Rose
circle i.i' garden clubs, the Tampa
Woman's Club, Tampa section of
the .National Council of Jewish
Women and the Guild Sisterhood
of Schaarai Zedek temple.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Maas
is survived by nephews and nieces.
No immediate members of her fam-
ily survive.
Funeral services were held last '
Monday at 10 o'clock at her home.
Kahhi David Zielonka of Schaarai;
Zedek Temple officiated and '
burial was in Myrtle Hill Ceme-I
tery.
Pallbearers were Sol Maas, Er- I
nest Maas, Julius Weil, Isaac Levy, \
Herbert Guggenheim, Leo Fleish-
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and Monday, is from a play adapt-
ed from the stage success of Lau-
rence Schwab and Btars sui h well
known artists as Jimmie Dunn,
Cliff Edwards, Lillian Roth, Lil-
lian Bond and others. It is more
or less a faithful transcription of
the original play, which was a
Broadway success, and concerns
the love affairs of two gamblers, I
who promise to star a Binger they
meet and befriend. With amusing
variations, their machination.- arc
shown, but finally everything
winds up successfully. It contains
a number of wise cracks and is
live entertainment.
RABBI B. I). MINDEL
Wishes all his relatives and
friends and "Klal Yisroel" a
"Cm*- Chasimo Tovah."
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Next Sunday morning at 10
,,'clock the Ladies of Beth Jacob
Sisterhood will entertain the chil-
dren of its Sunday school and Tal-
mud Torah at a Succos party in
the Succah of the congregation.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will
speak and explain the significance
f the holiday and the children will
i. presented with g.....lies, by the
Sisterh.....I.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 28
Orlando Notes
Mr. B. J. Cohen, president of
Congregation Ohev Sholem and
Where docs the Secretary get
Informal ion that the boycott
Mr. and .Mrs. M. Block of San- J should long since have had an end '
e,k-ed ,.. ;: ZXttSTZ I;',, ,,, in 1- a*-*
lealer. who re- on no facts or figures and is con-
Mr. and Mrs. I). Hillman.
Sara Ann Arstein, daughter of
tained a number of her
the B'nai B'rith of Orlando, and .friends Saturday in celebration of manufacturers and d<
],resident of the Florida Confer-
ence of Orthodox and Conserva-
tive Laymen, is one of the six
candidates in the race for mayor
of Orlando.
our country's best inter-
tend her credit in this coi
she will buy themand not
for themas she has taken
lions of our money and K'iven
obligations, which she doei
I challenge j hesitate to repudiate. she
paid for our exports to Gern
since the war by borrowing
money, and then repudiating
Mrs. L. Swartxwald and grand-
son, Milton Wildman, returned Fri-
day from New Jersey.
At a 101 Club meeting recently
the election of officers was held.
Officers who will serve for the
coming six months are: Pearl Sa-
fer, president; Abe Kamenoff, vice
president; Irene Braverman, sec-
retary; Gertrude Haimowitz, treas-
urer; Florence Wittenstein, ser-
geant-at-arms, and Beatrice Lieb-
ernian. committee chairman. Jack
Kamenoff and Bob Miller have be-
come members of the club. Three
members of the club. Maxine Brav-
erman, Morton Levy and Myer Si-
gal, left recently for college.
her fourth birthday. Assisting in; fuse or are unwilling to adhere trary to_ _. ^ -
entertaining the guests was Mrs. to the industrial codes or price fix- ests The e s orta.on w y
Sol Samuels. Games were played \ ing provisions prescribed by our people should not substitute .ooda
Sol Samuels. Games were played i""> '-""- "--------- "7 A,,-i,.,, which we are
and prizes were awarded the' government ? Are they not, in made in Amc ica *"Jh JJ
youngsters. During the afternoon effect, requests by the government, urging .hen to do. That^would
EhEL ,.?.......Lu,,,.,i addressed to our citizens, to dis- employ American labor, instead of
delicious refreshments were served.
I'ntermyer Scores Secretary Hull's
Pronouncement Against
the Boycott
'criminate against and refuse to importing goods from Germany,
Samuel Untermyer, world boy-
cott leader and president of the
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi .League
to Champion Human Rights, made
a spirited reply to Secretary of
State Cordell Hull, who declared
the boycott to be economically un-
wise and an unwarranted inter-
ference with the normal flow of
international trade. In his reply
deal with such offenders against
the code? It is the same sort of
boycott that we are urging Amer-
icans to impose. In neither case
are those to whom they are ad-
dressed compelled to observe the
request, although they are respond-
ing with gratifying unanimity.
she has had from us have
mainly paid for by usor|
stage money' in the form of wd
less bonds.
"It may also interest Mr.
to know that not only has I
American Federation of Labors
dared the boycott against all
much of it smuggled into this coun-
try under false labels in viola-
tion of our law.
"If Germany cannot do without J n goods and services, whic
our Koods and only then if she { (Concluded next week)
has the money to pay for them,
or can find anyone (in the lisrht
of our experiences) sufficiently
For Awnings call Kraft]
Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-1
"Perhaps our amiable and ap-1 gullible to lend her money or ex-
parently easily overcome Score-1_______________________________,___
tary of State will tell us what
other weapon is available for the
crimes that Germany has been per-
petrating and continues to perpe-
Mr. Untermyer charges Secretary trate against civilization in its
Hull with having "unwisely Bur- savage, incredible barbarities
rendered to the p.vs.-ure of the agamst its minorities, in its at-
propagandist who is masquerad-1tacka uPn Christianity, its sup-
ing as an ambassador," and warned Passion and confiscation of the
him that "if this astounding an- Property and f reedom of organized
nouncement i. part of a trade ne- Uih"<- :,ml its relation of all
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sigal, Mr.
;""' MrS' ^"eS'sS'attendedUotlation '
gal and Miss
the Evelyn Krantz-Ralph Mizrahi
wedding in Jacksonville Sunday.
. |Mr. Hull will find that he has mis- "'-
interpreted the temper of this drudges.
t children and hou.-ehold
All Friends of the l.ate
ISAAC SIEGEL
Are asked to attend funeral
services Friday. Sepl. 28, 11
8. m.. at his residence. 321
\. W. 2nd Ave.
Interment at
Woodlaun < cmclerv
nVOLIii
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2tc till 6:3 Evening 25c|
Matinees Saturday and Sund
Continuous 2 to 11
Sun.-.Mon.. Sept. 30-Ort.
CAROLE LOMBARD
GEORGE RAFT
Bolero
Orlando boys and girls who en-
tered college this year are: Ev-
elyn Meiten, Elain Klepper, Kuth
Esta Rosen, Maxine Braverman,
Sidney and Joel Baker, Myer Sigal,
Morton Levy, doe Wittenstein,
Willie Lieberman, Martin Sigal.
Many out-of-town guests were
present here for the High Holiday
servii es. Rabbi Safer and Mr. B.
.1. I "hen were in charge.
I gregation Beth El he-Id holi-
rvices at the San Juan Ho-
tel with Mr. Solon Klepper con-
ducting.
Mrs. M. Safer and son, Edwin,
are in Jacksonville, where little
Edwin is expected to undergo a
tonsil operation.
Mr. M. Blattner returned from
a trip in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Block en-
ned recently for their son,
Alvin, celebrating his fifth birth-
d ij anniversary at their home.
Mrs. G. Silverstein and daugh-
ter, Arlene, and Mrs. L. Foil and
son, Donald, -pent a pleasant va-
on at Miami Beach.
country, which wants no more
'scraps of paper' from that be-
nighted country."
Mr. Untermyer's statement fol-
lows:
"With all due respect to the Sec-
retary of state, I challengt his ill-
considered and short-sighted opin-
ion on the economic soundness or
unsoundness of the boycott, it is
no) the first time that mild-man-
nered gentleman has unwisely sur-
rendered to the pressure of the
propagandist who is masquerading
a: an ambassador. By way of
precedent, as to the economic wis-
dom of tin- boycott. I refer him
to the covenant of the League of
Nations, in the formulation of
which our country was so active a
factor. In that document boycotts
are described under the eupho-
nious title of "economic sanctions"
ami are expressly provided for as
the only effective weapon, short of
war, to be applied to nations that
break their League obligations to
other nations or to civilizationas
Germany has repeatedly done and
continues to do.
"If these 'economic .sanctions'
had been applied to that country,
as they should have been, and it
had been isolated economically, we
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Friday, September 28, 1984 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five jOCICTY will be provided by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Synagogue, with jl,.,, Nathan Adelman in charge 0 f arrangements, assisted by the officers and members of the auxiliaryAll are invited to attend the 17th 0 f a series of benefit card parties for the Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter, 0. E. S., on Monday, October 1. at the home of Mrs. Ann Reiiman, 2251 S. W. 7th St., beginning at 8 p. m., when Mrs. Rcism an and Mrs. Rae Somberg will be the hostesses. Prizes will be award.1 for high scores and refreshments will be served. • • Plans for the dance being sponsored jointly by Beth David Sisterhood and the Congregation for in will be announced in our next issue. • • A ry interesting meeting of the M ami Jewish Orthodox Con>n was held Tuesday night when fifteen new members were ports for the past year u,M i ented showing a decided ain and increase in fitanding. Election will be held m v month. on for children of Talmud Torah and chool will be held at the next Sunday nng at lii o'clock. Regfor children wanting to attend the Sunday school and Talmud Torah of the Miami Jewish 1 mgregation will be held Sunday morning, beginning at 9 the Synagogue. Talmuil Torah will begin Wednesday October .'!, at •'! o'clock at the Synagogue. At Beth Jacob 1 [ration, Miami Beach, registration for the children of the Talmud Torah and Sunday school will be held Sunday morning from I2. A new teachers' staff Sunday school will be an• oarriage of Miss Mae Rosenthal. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosenthal, long time resiMiami, to Mr. Arnold Cohen, the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. of Tampa, Fla., will be held at the home of the bride on Sunday. October 7, at 5 p. m., with Max Shapiro of Beth Daating. Following the certhe parents of the bride will lender a reception to the immembers of the family. The couple will reside at Vero where the groom is enin business. • Mr. and Mrs. David Likor of ind, Ohio, who will remain for the winter, are visiting their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Morn Kotkin of Coconut Grove. • • An important meeting of the Auxiliary of the Miami Orthodox Congregation will a held at the vestry rooms of the Synagogue next Tuesday evening, October 2, beginning at 8 o'clock. A members are urged to attend, a reports of the past season will ,K given and plans for the next work will be announced. "1 Sunday morning at 10 the Beth David Sisterhood •ill he hostesses to the children ,f i's Talmud Torah and Sunday sct ">'|l at the annual Succos party ln the Succah of the congregation. r'r Awnings call Kraft lla mi Awning Co. Phone 2-11830 dtthe [ovies: "Bolero," the Paramount picture coming to the Tivoli Theatre next Sunday and Monday, with George Haft in the starring role, and featuring Carole Lombard, Sally Rand, the Fan Dancer, Prs Drake and Gertrude Michael, depict.the private and public life of the world's greatest dancer. Directed by Wesley Ruggles from a story by Carey Wilsoi Kubec Glasm "Bolero" present: George Raft in a role that fits er, Joseph S. Waterman and Jerome A. Waterman. West Palm Beach Notes Miss Frances Maas, daughter of Mi\ and Mrs. Sol May ,, 831 South j Rabbi I. W. Muskat is arrangDelaware ave., left last Tuesday ling a Succah celebration this cornto attend Groucher C^'lege in Bal!j n g Monday night at Beth El Syntimore. agogue with the children of the jTalmud Torah and Sunday school Cornelius Steinberg, a member I between the ages of ten and six, of Schaari Zedek Temple, instructeen participating. The Beth El |tor in Latin at the University of | Sisterhood will provide refreshTampa, who has recently returned (ments. from a tour of Europe, will speak — on Russia at the meeting of tl^.T"" Tampa Men's Forum Sunday night at 8 o'clock at the Unity Center, 222 West Lafayette st. The meeting is open to the public. Ad.lU Me-Chlldr 16. Box Office Opens :45 P. M. Bandar Sun.-Mon., Sept. 30-Oct. 1 JAMES DUNN JUNE KNIGHT MARK MAX Chairman Place Committee, Y. M. II. A. Third Annual Dance Tampa Notes Mr>. Fanny Flelsher Maas. wile "i Isaac Maas, chairman of tinLondon—The 18 Jewish-owned German clothing factories who have received permission from the British government to move their establishments to England will be under the control of the Nazi regime, according to the London Star. The paper points out that, although these factories moved in order to escape the world antiNazi boycott, their owners have been forced to agree to import half of their raw materials from Germany and not dismi-s any of the German employes in their < lei man branches. They are also limited to 211,0011 marks in the Take a Chance iiMiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimmmiimiiiiiuuiimiiiin mi iiiiiiiiliiinlilUK him perfectly, thai of a romantic and adventurous fellow who climbs in success on a ladder of women's hearts. The thrilling and entertaining climatic dance numbers are woven around Maurice Ravel's internationally famous musical composition, "Bolero." Another interesting feature of the picture is the first screen presentation of thi' sensational fan dance created by Sally Rand; the dance that brought her fame, fortune, reams of newspaper headlines. It brought her to Hollywood and a contract with the Paramount company. hoard of Maas Brothers, Inc.. died I amount of money they can withal her home, '.HIT Bayshore bouledraw from Germany. The British van!, la-i Friday. For manv years government allowed them to open Mr Maa "aprominent in so-''" England on condition that they civic circles in Tampa. I would '-mploy Engl She wa> a member of the Rose circle i.i' garden clubs, the Tampa Woman's Club, Tampa section of the .National Council of Jewish Women and the Guild Sisterhood of Schaarai Zedek temple. Besides her husband, Mrs. Maas is survived by nephews and nieces. No immediate members of her family survive. Funeral services were held last Monday at 10 o'clock at her home. Kahhi David Zielonka of Schaarai; Zedek Temple officiated and burial was in Myrtle Hill Ceme-I tery. Pallbearers were Sol Maas, ErI nest Maas, Julius Weil, Isaac Levy, \ Herbert Guggenheim, Leo FleishHOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sections of Miaai PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 N. E. First Avenue For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0880 "Take a Chance." the Paramount feature coming to the Seventh Avenue Theatre next Sunday and Monday, is from a play adapted from the stage success of Laurence Schwab and Btars sui h well known artists as Jimmie Dunn, Cliff Edwards, Lillian Roth, Lillian Bond and others. It is more or less a faithful transcription of the original play, which was a Broadway success, and concerns the love affairs of two gamblers, I who promise to star a Binger they meet and befriend. With amusing variations, their machination.arc shown, but finally everything winds up successfully. It contains a number of wise cracks and is live entertainment. RABBI B. I). MINDEL Wishes all his relatives and friends and "Klal Yisroel" a "Cm*Chasimo Tovah." SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attraetiTejy low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food la in obaervaace with all the aanitary rubs and regulations. Classified AWNINGS For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 Pro-Tect-U Awning Shutter Corp. I h. 1'i.nrtti *f th* Iniaatr? Over 10,000 Installations in Greater Miami Visit Our Factory and Showroom 233 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-2481 ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN Pro-Tect-U Awning Shutter Corp. GARAGES Following a program presented by the children they will be served •roodie. provided by the ladies. • • • Next Sunday morning at 10 ,,'clock the Ladies of Beth Jacob Sisterhood will entertain the children of its Sunday school and Talmud Torah at a Succos party in the Succah of the congregation. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will speak and explain the significance „f the holiday and the children will i„. presented with g lies, by the Sisterh I. ROLLINS BOGGS Specializing in General Motor Repairs, Wheel Aligning, Brake Lining, Etc. 146 N. W. Bth St. Phone 2-2447 INSURANCE For Insurance Consult JACK J. ATKINS Representing Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 907 Biscayne Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-6035 MILLWORK Millwork, Screen Windows and Spindle Doors; Cabinet Work LEE NOVELTY WORKS 221 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-7469 Uanil RtjuMMiBM %  U.1A. U ASTMC 2(1 Mk Aft. H I.



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Friday. September 28, 11)34 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN rUSLISHBD 1VEHT FRIDAY b, Ih. %  %  WISH KI.OHIDIAN I'UBLISHING CO '" P. O. BOI 1171 yiin Kloridi Phone 2-1183 Hl>l TORI A I. OFFICES: III 8. W. llth Afinn Pk*M 1-11U ""jTl.OUIS^HOCHET. Editor KllK. SHOCHKT, Circulation M.n.i., CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Kield Representative inttr%  M leeond clmu matter July 4, ,11 .1 th Put Offic* at Miami, Florida, und.'r lh Art ..f March S. 1878. .VEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA. MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. <;. AROSON 4209 Central Ave. Tampa, Ela. when Louis Marshall helped to frame the minorities treaties which were incorporated in the Treaty of Versailles, th< ... re arded M ^e chief bulwark %  'Ka.nsi official anti-Semitism in %  "" %  •" : ""> Eastern Europe. If Poland i.permitted to violate her pledges then vent other countries bound bj i,ar obligations from doing the -"""" up to responsible Jew%  sh organisations to acl quickly "" l realistically in two directions: first, !„ persuade Poland, if possible, to modify her present truculent attitude; an., secondly, to avert the danger of having other countries follow her example. Spanish Jewry Revived >f the few bright sp THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN St. Petersburg Succoth services wenushered in last Sunday evening, September J.;, at H o'clock at Congregation B'nai Israel, 921 9th St., No., itli further service Monday morning at \i o'clock, Monday evening ami Tuesday morning at 9, with Rabbi A. s. Kleinfeld in charge. Services for the last part of Sure.,Hi will U' held on Sunday evening, September ;iU; sermon, "Frailties and Faith," will be preached. Monday morning at 9, "A Message of Gladness" will be '""•'i topic. Monday evening al K and Tuesday morning at 9. sermon, "The Change in Nature." -Mini,,rial service at 10:15 a. m. Tuesday evening Simchas Torah will l>e observed with a lovely program, after which the Ladies' AuxPage Three One the Jewish horizon .Spaini where fliary'will a new Jewry is fast taking root, freshments. News from Barcelona and Madrid indicates that Rosh Hashana was more widely observed this n Spain than al any other time )il M.nl.i On* Yffar SUBSCRIPTION 5I.0 Sl.M Vol. 7—No. 39 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 88, 1931 Minorities Treaty Threatened nee l 192, Ten new synagogues had to be opened in Barcelona, and all were crowded with Sephardic in i Ashkenazic Jews, worshipping tide by side tor the first time. Tlie new Jewrj in Spain has been -iven a tremendous impetus by the thousands of German Jewish refugees who have fled to Barcelona and Madrid. To enable these newcomers to establish themselves, Rabbi Ferdinado Nissan Friedman, spiritual head of the Barcelona Ashkenazic community, has come here as Spanish Jewry's first envoy since 1 192 to raise a fund of (120,000. He reportencouraging eultur.il, eco nomic and religious progress among the .lews of Span. Ilistory's curious trick of repeating itself set ms to be at work in Spain. In 1492 Sephardic Jew-. driven from Spain by Ferdinand and Isabella, helped develop Germany. Today Ashkenazic Jews, exiled from Germany, are well on I in way toward redeveloping Spain. 'I he Bar MitZVa of Louis Abra• ( ; "' ham-, son of .Mr. and Mrs. S. Abrahams, took plaee at the Synagogue on the first day of Now Year's. lie splendidly recited the Mussaf service, which everyone enjoyed. Following the serviceMr. and Mrs. Abrahams were hosts to the worshipers. Registration for the Sunday school and Hebrew school at Congregation B'nai Israel will take place on Sunday morning following Succoth. All Jewish children are invited. Tie GLOOM CHASER Cleric—Man does not live by bread alone, you know. Millionaire—] wish he did. My food cornering activities are entirely confined to wheat. A large number of badly defeated candidates have solemnly determined to disconnect the amplifier and stop up their ears the next time they think they hear the call of the people. And even the skin-deep beauty is apt to wear off in time. Jealousy is a tree that hears the most hitter of all fruits. A man may save money, hut he need not hope to he saved by money. It isn't so much what others say about you as the way they say it that hurts. It would he great if everyone who congratulated you on your success meant it. A Canadian sea serpent turned out to he an empty keg. But it did look something like a sea serpent, when viewed by full "tanks." At the next Congregational meeting, last nomination and election of officers for Cong. B'nai Israel will he held. Emily Post must write another about business etiquette, with special reference to hanging handbills on the doorknobs of homes. West Palm Beach Beth Kl Sisterhood met at the home of Mrs. II. Cold Tuesday evening, when important business was transacted. Mr. Jack Barash returned to the city after having spent two weeks in New York. Emulating the war-time tactics neighbor and recently acquired political friend, Germany, Poland has cooly informed the League of Nations that the minorreaty will henceforth be regard! : as a scrap of paper so far a Poland is concerned, until i powers agree to bind by similar minorities ions. This, in effect, was What Col. Josef Beck, Poland's minister, said when he told the Assembly of the League "f Nations that Poland was re ng her obligations under the m norities clauses of the Treats "I Versailles, a document which, incidentally, restored Poland to fie 'tis of a national entity. This deliberate nullification of 'national pledge by Poland Will he more of u blow to the League of Nations than to the 3,•lews in Poland, who have 'earn I from fifteen years of bit,| perience that Poland hon' minorities treaties more i th breach than in the observPoland'i brazen action is a j ichwartzberg Hall. lap at the already impaired of the league, and an in'i that 'Poland is moving toward (.'loser co-opera ; i Germaeny, which has quiv the league. On its past record of Compromise and back-watering then the cha *• inviolability of the Treaty of Versailles. s far as Polish Jewry is concerned the scrapping of the mitreaty leaves it little off than before. It simply means that Poland is now free to Sl| e her anti-Semitic program j weeks. •ithout the annoyance of internan "" ul restraint or disapproval. To! Palm Beach Lodge Mr-. Meyer Weinstcin, daughter and mother, Mrs. Firstein, have returned home from Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. Firstein is recovering from an automobile accident. Mr. .lack Fuchs returned home from Asbury Park, N. J. Every man wants to climb about three times higher than he can ever hope to get. A hick town is wTierc you have to hunt all over it for the fellow with the key to the fire house. Mrs. Mortis llermer and nephew, Sidney Mershen, left for New York City, accompanied by Mrs. Carroll, who will visit her daughter at Philadelphia. Stone "newspapers" have been unearthed in the old Roman port of Ostia. All in all, the modern city room is perhaps more restful than a quarry. Services for Succoth were held I at Temple Beth Kl Sunday night with Rabbi William II. Rosenblatt preaching on "Our Festival of Appreciation." Monday morning the Rabbi spoke on '"'Succoth Symbols." Friday evening services will begin at X o'clock with the Rabbi speaking on "How Shall We Rejoice in the Law?" Hamlet (playing Podunk)—Of course you will attend the performance tonight ? Native Can't. The minister has just had his donation party. He's I got every stale egg and vegetable in town. skim-milk and banana reducing diet. Bess—The countess engaged to a baron? I thought that the count wasted her entire fortune before he died. Belle Yes, but he left enough life insurance for her to get a baron. is nothing to indicate that 'Kite will meet this Polish nge to its own authority and Temple Beth Israel held Succoth services Sunday night with Dr. Carl N. Herman officiating. After the services children of the Registration for religious school religious school presented a pro(|| T( m|)|( H( [h E| was nc (| ast gram of Succoth entertainment in Sunday wnen a number of children wire enrolled. Regular sesIsions will begin next Sunday, SepSuccoth services at Beth Kl were u wUi .,. 30i al i„ Bi nl conducted by Rabbi Muskat, who; -poke on "The Succoth Festival." T ,. |n|| | ( H( lh K| sisterhood will the eongrega-| convemj f((l tlu m w s ,. ason under the leadership of Mrs. M. Goodkind on Wednesday, October 3, at lion enjoyed "Kiddush" in the large Succah of the congregation and sang songs after enjoying refreshments served by Mrs. II. Gold. Moses Schuppler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schuppler. left for Gainesville to enter the Unlver sity of Florida. Mr. Sam Scher returned to the City after an absence of several of B'nai ^:.;n p. m., when plans and a program for the coming year will be announced. Life Guard (disgustedly)—Who can understand women? Nobody! Woman runs up to me—the love light shining in her eyes—throws her arms about my neck and yells, "Save my husband; he's out there drowning!" A Russian stratosphere balloon exploded while preparing for the a-cent. Defeated candidates can easily imagine the sensation. An important meeting of Cong. Beth Kl will meet Wednesday evening at the Synagogue to hear reports and transact important busiI ness. The local B'nai B'rith lodge is making arrangements for a memlh World Jewish leadership, howB'rith will meet Monday nigh. a. be, ship drive In honor of res,"*. -^ situation presents a new the A terey Hotel to resume acden, Alfred M. Cohen. -5th birth. and Critical problem. Since 1919, tivities for the winter season. day anniversary. Here I be a-scratching my head and my pad, And never a song is that way to be had, While the grasshopper scratches his leg for a song And damned if he doesn't be getting along. They who misjudge arc apt to be misjudged. That Barosarus creature whose remains, 140,000.000 years old, were found in Wyoming, weighed 15 tons and had a brain weighing only one ounce. Scientists believe these two circumstances, together, may have led to its adoption of a Object, Matrimony The civilized world is snickering over a story of an unsophisticated Eskimo. There are several versions of tin' story, but one is that the Eskimo gentleman, visiting a town for the first time, saw a beautiful fur-coated lady in a window display, and excitedly entered the store, asking to buy not the coat, but the lady. He wanted her for a wife. And the lady was a waxen or wooden model. We venture to question, however, whether the laughter is quite warranted. Before holding the Eskimo up to ridicule one should inquire closely into his home life and determine the critical keenness of his eyesight. Possibly he knew the lady was a wooden figure and. notwithstanding, desired her for the mistress of his heart and household. A wooden lady does not absent herself from home to play bridge. She doesn't spend money recklessly. She doesn't scold. Not only after making up, but always and unfailingly, she is fair to look upon. In a sort of cool, neutral way, she is consistently sw"eet. She has, in short, scores of the characteristics of a model (Eskimo) wife which in the average flesh-and-blood (Eskimo) one are too commonly lacking. Perhaps this Eskimo acted with foresight and sagacity. There may be lots of Eskimo husbands (heaven forbid that we should suggest there are any white ones) who, when peace and comfort desert the hearthstone, long to go shopping with the same object. "The functions of the citizen and the soldier are indivisible in the Fascist state," says II Duce. Right shoulder, ballots! Ability is the art of doing only what we are capable of doing. A man may be able to argue with a woman, but it never does any good. Too many people neglect their plain duties for something more attractive. Some people have been on the stage all their lives and still long to be actors. Most flat dwellers admire the janitor's wife for her ability to boss the janitor. A woman hates to acquire her first gray hair almost as much as a man dislikes to part with his last one. Some men are born great, some achieve greatness and the majority do not trouble themselves very much about it. Prosecutor—This crime cries to heaven for vengeance! Defendant—Then what are you bothering the jury with it for? They ain't angels.



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.. J r! Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 28 Orlando Notes Mr. B. J. Cohen, president of Congregation Ohev Sholem and Where docs the Secretary get Informal ion that the boycott Mr. and .Mrs. M. Block of SanJ should long since have had an end e, k -e„d „,.. ; : ZXttSTZ I;',, ,,,„„ in 1a*-* lealer. who reon no facts or figures and is conMr. and Mrs. I). Hillman. Sara Ann Arstein, daughter of tained a number of her the B'nai B'rith of Orlando, and .friends Saturday in celebration of manufacturers and d< ],resident of the Florida Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Laymen, is one of the six candidates in the race for mayor of Orlando. our country's best intertend her credit in this coi she will buy them—and not for them—as she has taken lions of our money and K'iven obligations, which she doei I challenge j hesitate to repudiate. she paid for our exports to Gern since the war by borrowing money, and then repudiating Mrs. L. Swartxwald and grandson, Milton Wildman, returned Friday from New Jersey. At a 101 Club meeting recently the election of officers was held. Officers who will serve for the coming six months are: Pearl Safer, president; Abe Kamenoff, vice president; Irene Braverman, secretary; Gertrude Haimowitz, treasurer; Florence Wittenstein, sergeant-at-arms, and Beatrice Liebernian. committee chairman. Jack Kamenoff and Bob Miller have become members of the club. Three members of the club. Maxine Braverman, Morton Levy and Myer Sigal, left recently for college. her fourth birthday. Assisting in; fuse or are unwilling to adhere trary to_ _. ^ entertaining the guests was Mrs. to the industrial codes or price fixests The e s orta.on w y Sol Samuels. Games were played \ ing provisions prescribed by our people should not substitute .ooda Sol Samuels. Games were played %  i""> %  -""•• %  "7 A„,„,-i,.,, which we are and prizes were awarded the' government ? Are they not, in made in Amc ica *"J h !" JJ youngsters. During the afternoon effect, requests by the government, urging .hen to do. That^would EHEL ,. &f .. L u ,,,., !" i addressed to our citizens, to disemploy American labor, instead of delicious refreshments were served. I'ntermyer Scores Secretary Hull's Pronouncement Against the Boycott 'criminate against and refuse to importing goods from Germany, Samuel Untermyer, world boycott leader and president of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi .League to Champion Human Rights, made a spirited reply to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, who declared the boycott to be economically unwise and an unwarranted interference with the normal flow of international trade. In his reply deal with such offenders against the code? It is the same sort of boycott that we are urging Americans to impose. In neither case are those to whom they are addressed compelled to observe the request, although they are responding with gratifying unanimity. she has had from us have mainly paid for by us—or| •stage money' in the form of wd less bonds. "It may also interest Mr. to know that not only has I American Federation of Labors dared the boycott against all much of it smuggled into this country under false labels in violation of our law. "If Germany cannot do without J !" n goods and services, whic our K oods and only then if she { (Concluded next week) has the money to pay for them, or can find anyone (in the lisrht of our experiences) sufficiently For Awnings call Kraft] Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-1 "Perhaps our amiable and ap-1 gullible to lend her money or exparently easily overcome Score-1 tary of State will tell us what other weapon is available for the crimes that Germany has been perpetrating and continues to perpeMr. Untermyer charges Secretary trate against civilization in its Hull with having "unwisely Bursavage, incredible barbarities rendered to the p.vs.-ure of the agamst its minorities, in its atpropagandist who is masquerad-1 tacka u P n Christianity, its suping as an ambassador," and warned Passion and confiscation of the him that "if this astounding anProperty and f reedom of organized nouncement i. part of a trade neUih "<:,ml its relation of all Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sigal, Mr. ; ""' MrS ^"ES'SS' a ttendedU otlation gal and Miss the Evelyn Krantz-Ralph Mizrahi wedding in Jacksonville Sunday. |Mr. Hull will find that he has mis"'interpreted the temper of this drudges. t children and hou.-ehold All Friends of the l.ate ISAAC SIEGEL Are asked to attend funeral services Friday. Sepl. 28, 11 8. m.. at his residence. 321 \. W. 2nd Ave. Interment at Woodlaun < cmclerv •nVOLIii Showa I li aaa I M P.M. 2tc till 6:3— Evening 25c| Matinees Saturday and Sund Continuous 2 to 11 Sun.-.Mon.. Sept. 30-Ort. CAROLE LOMBARD GEORGE RAFT Bolero Orlando boys and girls who entered college this year are: Evelyn Meiten, Elain Klepper, Kuth Esta Rosen, Maxine Braverman, Sidney and Joel Baker, Myer Sigal, Morton Levy, doe Wittenstein, Willie Lieberman, Martin Sigal. Many out-of-town guests were present here for the High Holiday servii es. Rabbi Safer and Mr. B. .1. I "hen were in charge. I gregation Beth El he-Id holirvices at the San Juan Hotel with Mr. Solon Klepper conducting. Mrs. M. Safer and son, Edwin, are in Jacksonville, where little Edwin is expected to undergo a tonsil operation. Mr. M. Blattner returned from a trip in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Block enned recently for their son, Alvin, celebrating his fifth birthd ij anniversary at their home. Mrs. G. Silverstein and daughter, Arlene, and Mrs. L. Foil and son, Donald, -pent a pleasant vaon at Miami Beach. country, which wants no more 'scraps of paper' from that benighted country." Mr. Untermyer's statement follows: "With all due respect to the Secretary of state, I challengt his illconsidered and short-sighted opinion on the economic soundness or unsoundness of the boycott, it is no) the first time that mild-mannered gentleman has unwisely surrendered to the pressure of the propagandist who is masquerading a: an ambassador. By way of precedent, as to the economic wisdom of tinboycott. I refer him to the covenant of the League of Nations, in the formulation of which our country was so active a factor. In that document boycotts are described under the euphonious title of "economic sanctions" ami are expressly provided for as the only effective weapon, short of war, to be applied to nations that break their League obligations to other nations or to civilization —as Germany has repeatedly done and continues to do. "If these 'economic .sanctions' had been applied to that country, as they should have been, and it had been isolated economically, we CINDERELLA BAKERl "Itakl af Patter" SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK INiund Cake, ll> li* Chenc Cake, ml.. 10c >.. I In. In.ii, Ilulkit'halo 2 for .".<• lllr and 15c li;:. w. Flagler St. 17.12 \. F. 2nd Ave. CITY HALL GARAGE .1. I-'AI.K and LOUIS (POP) GERSON Collins Ave. and 12th St. MIAMI BEACH Phone .->-l!!22 COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0880 Mr, York. Sam Fleisher is in .NewAll Orlando mourns with Mrs. i. Rosen and daughter, Kuth Esta, in the death of her husband and father. Mr, and Mrs. M. 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i I Page Four THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, September 28, 1934 JtaMo £%na$o# pulletht Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1 Pounder nd Director. Radio Sjno of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. IV. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1934 No. 41 "The Succah—A Panacea" Scripture Reading, Leviticus, Chapter XXIII, Verses 3-43, Inclusive As I grow older my assurance about things, my positiveness concerning the things I thought I knew, grows less and my faith grows stronger, sinking and imbedding its roots deeper into my consciousness. Strange, too, it is, that despite the need for relinquishing socalled fundamental and basic convictions, I am not, as one might expect, lost in a sea of doubt. It seems that with the departure of every firm stay and support in the realm of religious dogma, niy mental and spiritual equilibrium furnish me with a compensatory sense of security in pure Faith, and, instead of toppling over the brink of despair. I find myself safely supported by Hope, dressed in the armor of Faith in God's protection. At sundown tonight Jewwill begin the observance of Succoth, the Feast of Tabernacles, to commemorate the huts in which the Israelitedwelt during their wanderings through the wilderness. They will also observe this period of seven days in the ritual prescribed for the ancient harvest festival, or the Fea-t of Ingathering. How many. I wonder, will think of Succoth in the light of the interpretation given to it by the Sages who held that the word "Succah" is a poetical expression for the cloud which BCC nipanicd the tribes on their desertjourney? When they we.e on the march it went them to show them the way. and during their encampment it hovered protectingly over the sanctuary which stood in the midst of the camp. By day it was a shelter from the heat, at night it became illumined, and gave the people light. The Rabbis further state that this cloud, this protecting Succah. leveled the road ahead of the marching thousands, removed all obstacles and routed the us rep;;!,-.and the lurking beasts which infested the route of the wandering Israelite.-, working out their salvation, finding themselves after centuries of bondage, and heading forward, ever onwai I ; wai li home, towards a permanent Succah. This Succah, this hovering cloud, was thus a visible sign, not only of God's presence, but al-o of His protecting care. We find the analogy to it in the comfort offered to the soul, in the 91st psalm, "Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror of the night, nor for the arrowthat flieth by day, nor for th( that walketh in darkness, nor for the destruction that wasteth at nday." If you prefer to observe the physical symbol of a roughly constructed hut, that is your privilege. If the agricultural phase of the observance appeals to you, then make if Su B Feast of Ingathering. As for me, I choose to follow the l< of the Rabbis who maintain that the Succah refers 1 '-' cloud. In that I find my greatest evidence of God's watch! er us. B< we are by enemies, insects, reptiles, bactei a, wild growths in the vegetable kingdom, and by beastl) .,:•in human form, it only by Divine Intervention and Guidanc We are, relatively, i. Life's road. than were the Israelites in the wilderness. If anything, ma:. n genuity has invented apparati for f h .man life with which the bloodthirsty barba unfamiliar. We are exposed to dangers which we isand years ago whin the band of liberal and the threatening wilderness, That wi toda; itei proof of Cod's protection than was Israelites on the other side of the Jordan. And if the averagi man citizen of our nation has begun to a questioning of "What is it all al Jl I, for one, cannot accuse th( rank and file of the nation is jt :' chaos in the land, the promil triots," who have invest out urging our potential enemies to shedding the blood of our inn ganized into a profitable all sides, on all fronts, shan thi producing widows and orphai designation. In their own Ian To further add to the conl outside looking in," utilize Constitul at the present administration and of defenders of the Constitut g arguments that are not prol sound in inductive reasoning. It has < I continues to be, that each Btep forward > and equality is beset by enemies and pitfalls, 'inly the levelling influence of a Succah. of a Divine protecting cloud, could shield the cause from harm, clearing the path ol ta les. Only througn implicit faith in the ultimate result ana in the Divine help can we hope to carry on. A tumble-down shelter, in a wind-blown hut, of itself will offer scant protection against the howling beasts and the jealous elements. There must l>c Faith in the Succah in the hovering cloud sent by God and guided by Him. If there ever was need for Faith, strong and tenacious, it is in the present day. There seem to be SO many indications that wrong prevails, that greed and avarice hold sway, that despotism and force of arms are the sole essential requisites for leadership; there much of evil that forces good aside, that one'faith in a God who must frown on all this is badly shaken. If such God there be, why does He permit these conditions to exist? To this question there arcmany answers. The commonest is that these conditions are manmade the offspring of man's own vices. Man must expiate and win redemption through correcting these very wrongs of which he and his system are guilty, clod lends His protection. 1 he eradication of evil, the extermination of these prevailing conditions needs no miraculous power. Man has il within him to effect a cure. And he will. Faith is your only link with God. Faith will vindicate all youi hope, and aspirations. When darkest doubts assail, think o. the wander ng of th Israelites in the wilderness, of the dangers which lay in ambush for them, of the obstacles put m their path by envious and spiteful enemies, of the dissensions which arose within the ranks against the leadership of Moses. Think of all these and of the heavenlv film, the downy cloud, that offered them Its protection. 1 hat cloud was the Succah. the shelter, the hut, winch Cod bad -plead over them. It wathe All-in-All to them. It served them by day and by night. Vet the cloud is but the messenger, the instrument of the Creator. Cod is the Protector. He takes us under His Protection ol Peace. Hi"Succaa shalome." th. Tabernacle, the shelter of Peace, ol wholesomcM--. So, to., .ball we. in this land, successfully and safely weather all our .-lorn,-. And. with the help of the same Cod, in the same manner. For there is but on, God, though we see Him differently the fault being in our vision and not in His appearance. Look above you. Be hold the ministering cloud.-, symbol.of Cod'presence and protection. When you Bee them not. they are the invisible agents of God. but. rest assured thai they are there, for God is our Succah, our shelter, our protection, our hut. He will see us safely through, to theother side ,,!' the Jordan. 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f wJemst? Florid tin Vl. 7-No. 8 FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY NIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1934 Price Five Cents .KHiti.dmiiimuuitiii MIIMU* %  IIIIIIIIIUIHI Announcements u u ,i„m|||IIMIlMUMHMtltmiHMimMlimi"llllllllMUlMilimuifc TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 117 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi Priday evening the Rabbi will at g:15 on "The Whole Man. The Shemini Af/.ereth or concluelfor Succos, will begin evening at 8:15, when the children of the Sunday school will be presented in a Harvest Festival ,\ mday morning special meervicea will be held at ll Monday evening at B:1B Torah will be observed .. cpecial program. Thi ns will take part, children, and grandparents. The speak on "Linkin the i in." ^i %  11111 %  i %  1111111 %  111 n 1111111 %  11 M 1111111111 r i 11111111111111111111; rrrr: 11111111 • i u 11 I 111111111111111111111111 %  1111111111 %  11 %  11 %  1111 %  i %  %  %  1111111^ I THE HOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION = For the County of Dade j OFFICE OF CMAS. M. FISHER SECRETARY AND SUPERINTENDENT COUNTY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 275 N. W. SECOND STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA MEMBERS H. H. FILER. CHAIRMAN. DIST. I LEMON CITY STATION MIAMI W. H. COMBS. SR.. DISTRICT 2 MIAMI DR. E. W. AVARS. DISTRICT 3 MIAMI BOARD MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY 2 P. M. of = BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO. Habbi tal Friday evening Berv:. ,ii ;.: 15. Sunday morning %  for "Hoshana R held at X o'clock. Sunday e final days of SUCCOS will red in at 6 o'clock. Monlorning services begin at the Yizkor service at 10 a. cedi d by a sermon by the i. ii: English anil Yiddish on i • i • %  i • 11:: 11111111; 11111 %  i! 1111111111111111 11; I 1111111 %  1111111111 %  i (i > 11111 %  1111111111 %  11 %  i. : Long Time Resident Dies MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi I : iy evening servicebegin "'.dock. Saturday morn' %  I. is begin at 9. Sunday Hoshana Rabba services ill :\ Sunday night the fiA ices for Succos will begin lock and the Rabbi will briefly on "A Challenge to If Respect." Monday monies begin at :• o'clock with 1 ai 10:30, preceded by an • by the Habbi on "Reniemto Forget." Monday night ices will begin at T::io, "hen the Habbi will speak briefly the Hakofos. Tuesday morning services begin at 'J o'clock. A. S. Wiesel will chant. \ a result of injuries received last Sunday evening coming home, ironi Shul. Isaai Siegel, a resident of Miami for the past sixteen died here Wednesday noon. Air. Siegel was an active member and worshiper of Beth David Synagogue -mee his arrival here and was oneof the organizers and active workers of the local Clicvra ha. Me was a native of liussia, but lived in America for a long time, ll-leavesurviving him iiiwidow, three sons, Joseph Sic gel, a merchant of Miami; Max Siegel of New York City and Abraham Siegel of San Francisco, Cal., and one daughter, Mrs. Millie Shapiro of New York City.! The funeral will be held from the home, 321 X. W. 2nd ave., I-day. Friday, September 28, at I I a. in., where sc rvices will be conducted with Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David officiating. Interment will be ill the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. Local Rabbi To Marry Invitations were issued this for the marriage in Toledo, Ohio, en Sunday, October 11, of Rabbi .Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation to ML-.Rose Heck, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moris Heek of that city. Rabbi Michael Lichtenstein, an uncle of the groom, will officiate at the ceremonies, which will be held at B'nai Israel Synagogue at 5 p. m. and whicdl will be followed by a reception at the B'nai Israel Cent >r immediately after the ceremonies. All friendof tin Rabbi are invited to attend. Thv bride is a graduate of Toledo University and is popular among the younger Jewish set of Toledo, where sheRADIO SYNAGOG '"M.KEGATION BKTH JACOB (Orthodox) Hi Washington Art., Miami Beach iMVTD I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Friday evening services begin t 5:45 o'clock. Saturday morning Goldstein, the son of Mr. Mid Mrs. Alex Goldstein, will be l! | Mitzva with the usual ceremonies. Sunday morning services 1 Hoshana Rabba will begin at 8 o'clock. Sunday night the final ervicei will begin at 6, "hen the Rabbi will speak briefly. Monday morning, preceding the rilkor services at 10:30, the Rabbi *"' speak on "Temporary and I'erRabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock Sunday morning on "Queer Concepts of Religion." In addition to the sermon there will l„. prayers, music, scripture reading and a question box. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO manen t Values ,.r Life." Monday B vening services begin at 7 o'clock. With the Habbi speaking briefly preceding the Hakofos. Tuesday mornIn g the Habbi will speak on ••The only Way to Rejoice." Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant at all service-. has taken an active part in Junior Hadassah work. Her father is a memher of the state of Ohio Zionist Executive Board and actively interested in the Jewish communal life of Toledo and the state of Ohio. Habbi Shapiro came to Miami several years ago following service in a number of pulpits in the South and West, and since his arrival here has taken an active part in the Jewish communal life of Miami, where he has esAn Appeal to Self-Respect In all our work with the younger generation we fix our eyes upon the parents for individual co-operation and support. We have recently noticed, much to our deep concern and serious regret, that parents not only permitted, but encouraged, children to attend school on the Jewish Holidays. Parent! should realize that in so doing they are not only voiding any constructive work the Talmud Torah accomplishes, but they also cause the' child to lose all rcspect for his religion, his parents and himself. There is no reason for children attending school on the pretense that they are not excused on the holidays. The offices of the Dade County Hoard of education have advised the children will not only be excused, hut will be permitted to make up lost work. It behooves the Jewish parent to respect his own faith, at least as much as the non-Jew does. We feel that it is the inviolate duty of parents to attend synagogue with their children, regardless of costs and sacrifices. To further this end, we pledge ourselves NOT TO CONFIRM or permit to become BAR MITZVA any child who attends school on Jewish holidays. (Signed) RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM Beth Jacob Cong. HABBI MAX SHAPIRO Beth David Cong. HABBI JULIUS WASHER Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. Jewish News Around the World Ho-h Hashonah Gave Impetus to Revival of Spanish JewryMadrid—The recent Rosh Hashona holiday gave a valuable impetus to the revival of Jewish communal life in Spain. In Barcelona ten new synagogues were opened during the holidays to meet the needs of the growing community. The great .synagogue in Madrid was more crowded than at anytime since 1492. A significant feature of the holiday services was the fact that the Sephardic and Ashkenazic Jews broke down the social barriers [separating them and Worshipped side by side. The only difficulty involved in the services was the lack of Torahs and prayer books. Chazonim and preachers were brought in from France and Belgium. As a result of the successful high holiday Bervices several permanent congregations have been established and a firm basis created for Jewish institutional activity. Australia Plans Memorial to Sir John Monash Melbourne—The Australian government ha.opened a contest for designs for a memorial statue to the late Sir John Monash, commander of the Australian forces in the World War. The contest iopen to architects everywhere. Venizelos Tells Jews He's No Anti-Semite Saloniki—While his newspaper supporters continue to wage a press war against the Jews, former Premier Eleutherios Ve nizelos told a Jewish delegation that called on him to protest against the inciting articles in the Yenizelist press that hewas not an anti-Semite. He also declared that his interview with the London Jewish Host, which precipitated the present anti-Semitic drivein Greece, Was badly misinterpreted. He denied having accused the Greek Jews of lack of patriotism, but reiterated his belief that they ought to accept a separate electoral college in order to avoid antiSemitic provocation. Bavaria Bans Yiddish in Cattle Markets tablished a large following of friends and admirers. Rabbi Shapiro is expected to leave for Toledo Sunday evening, October 7, land will return to Miami the lat] ter part of the month, following a brief honeymoon, to resume his acMunich— The use of Yiddish in the Bavarian cattle markets has been forbidden by the Bavarian minister of economics on the ground that it enabled Jewish traders to exchange information without other traders knowing about it. Hebrew was banned several weeks ago on similar grounds. live duties with Beth David. Jews and Non-Jews to Combat Anti-Semitism in South Africa Capetown—Joint committees of Jews and Christians have been formed in Capetown and Johannesburg to b ad a united effort against the rising tide 1 of anti-Semitism in South Africa.


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Page Two THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN Friday, September 28, I Last Friday Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Bris Milah of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller. Mrs. Miller is the former Terry Reisman. The ceremony was celebrated at the Victoria Hospital in the presence of many friends and members of the family. • • • On Sunday morning Rabbi S. M. .Machtei officiated at the Bri.s Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Braunstein at the Victoria Hospital. • At the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sayles, 1!00 X. \Y. 53rd st., last Sunday at noon, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Bris Milah of their newborn son. • Dr. A. Lustgarten has r< I to Miami following an absence of si veral weeks. • • Plans for the formal opening meeting of Junior Hadassah on October 15 wi I ing of the orgai Moi lay at Ponce de Leon Hoti I. Miss B rice Goldenblank, chairman, will have I I rangements, assis M i s, S I Rotfort, Mrs. I.. A, i Mrs. William Farr. i nah .Ma.L, pi Miss Ida Safi ll ill al in; Farr, ju Mrs. Rotfort. man and mean-. An election will be conducted at the eting to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Miss l. rotary. • At a meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women, held last Tuesday night, projects for the coming year were discussi I, Work for the Red Cross was undertaken by a committee consisting of the Misses Beatrice Stein, Fay Schemer and Gertrude Neham. Co mm ittee appointments announced include: Dramatics, Klise Khrman and Lee Kasanoff; religious work, Belle Tannenbaum; birthday observance, Anita Bernstein; Christmas formal dance, Ruth Sontag. A special meeting of the membership will be held next Tuesday evening. October 2, at the Ponce de Leon Hotel, and all members arc urged to attend. • Miss Bessie Lee Leavitt, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leavitt of this city, left for New York, where she entered the Pratt of Art of Brooklyn, X. Y. • Philip Lieberman left : iy night for Louisville, Ky.. • funi ral of her sister, Miss Matz, who dii d there • E i Fi iedman, popular member if Bi I I 'a> id Exei Board, is I a Hospital. ntly underwent an th "f a the LoyClu Chapl er, O. E. S., '•' %  i p. I 1, at thi home Iman, 1421 X. %  number of members at led l he meeting of the .' %  :• %  ]' % %  • %  %  • % %  \ last V, niirht at its clubi: r igres: thi Tl • : Annual Dan %  of the esei ted and -made by Al E. Pallott on the work of the proSam Schinde! BURDINE'S and nobodv else IN GREATER MIAMI Sells Monterey Furniture If it doesn't come from Burdine's.. It isn't genuine */ Monterey. •. and Ben Serkin were elected to the board of directors of the organization. An honorary board of directors was formed, consisting of former active members of the board who are unable to devote the required time to the organisation, but who will aid from time to time in the constructive work of the organization. Practice for basketball will be held every Sunday at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, beginning at 2 p. m. • • Among the first arrivals for the winter season in Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. B. Goldenberg of Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Kiever Guberny, Russia. They will be the guests of the Ocean View Inn. • Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, owner and director of (amp Wohelo for girls in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Pennsylvania, will return to her home in Miami on October 6. She reports a most successful season, with a large number of campers from tiie Miami area. Miss Kitty Morris of Miami was one of the Junior Counsellors. <. Mr. anil Mrs. Ilyman X. Levy and family will return to their home in Shcnandoah on October 6. t Ali-Helen and MisRuth Greenwald entertained at their home. 227:: S. \V. Twelfth st., Wednesday in honor of Miss Mae Rosenthal, whose marriage to Arnold Cohen will take place October 7. Guests were Mrs. S. Rubenstein, Mrs. 11. Greenberg, Mrs. J. Rosenthai, Mrs. M. K. Mondul, Mrs. J. Mondul, Mrs. J. A. McRae, Mrs. Violet Buechler, Mrs. Carrie Lockett, Mrs. J. Gropper, Mrs. Charles Greenwald, Mrs. R. Fitzpatrick, Miss Bernice Ixxd^ .Miss Sarah Greenberg, Miss Esther Greenberg, Mi-Grace Garcia, Miss Ruth Davis, Miss Miriam Greenwald., Miss Gertrude Rappaport, Miss Myrtle Mondul and Fannie Bleckner. • • • The last day of the Feast of Tabernacles iMonday, beginning Sunday evening, when servicewill !• held in Temple Israel at 8:15. The children of the Sunday school will present, instead of the sermon by the Rabbi, a Harvest Festival play written and prepared by Mr-. I. M. Weinstein, president of the Sisterhood. Tin children taking part in this program are as follows: Teddy Plant. Melvin Katz, Philip Wein-tiein, Richard Feldman, Ilyman Scheinberg, David Wise, Mona Pastroff, Marcia Sable, Marjorie Reichenback, Harriett Reisner, Regina Loveman, Elfcine Fqldman, Joyce Oren, Bobby Ranter, Emily Feibelman, Pearl Sapero, Edna Leibovit, Joyce Pearlman, Joan Saltsman, LoiXcvin>, Freeman Nevins, Jack Spitz, Marjorie Fisher, Joseph Mirsky, Myra Mirsky, Florence Coret, Xataleah Simon, Francis Katz, Bernadine Roth, Gloria Kirstein, Ix>is Reisner, Dorothy Levin, Stanley Wasman, Stephen Davis. Ruth Wolkowsky, Millicenl Roth. Harriett Goldman, Paul Leibovitt, Use Asher, Frank Davi-. Jack Reichenback, Barbara Xcwfcld, Myron Cowen, Barbara Homa, Raymond Cowen, Marion Freed, Janice Magid, David Loveman, Fred Bulbin. The children who arc to take part in this program are expected to report Saturday morning for rehearsal, as well as Sunday morning for full dress rehearsal. The Religious School of Temple Israel, Miami's Keform Jewish Congregation t has been completely reorganised with a new course of instruction and a new faculty. The school board consists of Mr. M. \. Hankin, chairman; Mr. I. Levin, Mr. Norman Mirsky, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. J. G. Lewis, Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, president of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Gordon Davis, secretary; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, librarian; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Morris I'liifit, superintendent-; MisFlorence Coret, pianist for department 2; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, music director; Mrs. Iieona Levin, pianist for department 1. The teachers of the school are: Class 1, Mi-. F. H. Fisher; class 2, Miss Dorothy Roth; class .'!, Mrs. Leona Levin; class I. Anita Bernstein; Class 6, Mrs. Frank A. Perlman; class 'I. Mr-. I. L. Seligman; cla 7. Mis. .1. G. Spitz; das8, Mr. Samuel Greenberg; class 9, Miss Bertha Leibovit; class in. Mr. Donald Lavigne; class H, Mrs. E. Max Goldstein; class 12, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. There are three departments in the Religious School this year, tin primary I. 2 and ::; the secondary. I. 5, 6, 7 and 8, and the high school. :.. in. ll and 12. School will open October 7. at which time all pupils must register. More than fifteen tables of bridge were in play last Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. J. L. Shoehet, when she and Mrs. Lo Uli Pallott were hoste i ., Car j party for the benefit of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew. ish Orthodox Congregation. Th* door prize was awarded to Mrs. \ Silver, and individual prim for high scores were given at each table. During the evening refreshments were served. • • Saturday morning, September 2it, Irving Goldstein, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldstein prominent residents and workeri of Greater Miami, will be Bar Mitzva at the Beth Jacob Syn a gogue, Miami Beach, [rving will recite the Haftoro and will then speak in English on "Bar Mitzva.' He will be followed by the Rabbi and then will be presented his Bar Mitzva certificate by Mr. Harry I. Lipton, president of the I cation. The parent• • Mitzva will be hosts al a tion in the Synagogue I i all their tr ends and the worshipers at an old-fashioned Kiddush immi Iy following the service All invited to attend an i .: be issued. • • What promises to be prettiest parties will be that I the Succos party for thi .hiliirt-n of the Sunday school and T Torah of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation m xl afternoon at 2:30 in th( .ah of the Synagogue. A program will be presented and the Rabbi will speak briefly of the significance of the holiday. Special invitations have been issued to tin children. Refreshments and goodies (Continued on Paj 5) For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. 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