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

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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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wJewish Fiaridlafi
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. N" i:'
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1934
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around the
World
Resignation <>f Jewish Councilman
\,|,| (n Tangle Over the Be-
lection of Jerusalem Mayor
in the midst of dis-
tween Jewial
Palestine govi runout
the appointmenl of a
f Jerusalem, Daniel
if the bIx '
Jerusalem city council
. w a bombshell into
!,.- by an-
his resignation. AI
avi ii" reason for his
action, Aust i
ment within ;.
II:- resignation followed
,, conference he had
. Commi iioner < amp-
plore ili" po sibility of
Jew a- mayor of Ji rusa-
I'i'i isly Auster, an I I he oth-
lembera of the Jerusa
Isaac Ben Zvi, "haini
Samuel Eden, Abraham
and Joseph Hachmash-
dei ided to rail upon thi
Startling Facts Come to Liuht
The Truth Must Out
An Exchange of Letters Speaks lor Itself .
Noted leaders Think of Subsidies and
Charity Collections
What
In ord
on their
ami
M ii
ibbi, if
pica for help,
1 lie Agency on 'he
that the repi
j were not mi
tally act:!
ie I s i n e vi
in- world t" proteel '!: in
Ji v ... and that
nen actini
. manj pogroms
n perpetrated ami
.. men, women
ed. Thi
*PP a Jw. : we ignored these compl
until an opportunity for a
investigation had been af-
li .1.
Thi.- Hal.hi (Rabbi A. S. w
formerly of Jacksonville, Fla.) ar-
. in .Miami to act as cantor
during the High Holy Hay-. Be-
tween Rosh Hashono anil Yoin
Kippur we learned that Rabbi Wie-
toi had gone to West Palm Beach,
whi re he enlisted the active aid
aim support of both the Rabbis of
thai city and hail made a can-
vass of the business men of that
town. On -sonic of his trips he
I a- accompanied by one of the
most estimable communal workois
of the city.
On his return to Miami he ob-
tained letters of endorsement
from three of our local Rabbis
and accompanied by a Miami Jew
began his rounds of Miami.
We confronted the gentleman
with the story ... He unhesitat-
ingly admitted everything .
Certainly he was out collecting
for the Jewish Teleegraphic Agen-
cy ... and undoubtedly he was
tilling the people that it was ft*
tin cause of Judaism that it
wat more important to contribute
and help the J. T. A. than to help
the German Jewish Relief Agency
that in several Alabama towns
he had persuaded the heads of Ger-
man Jewish Relief Agencies to en
dorse checks (they had received
f-i the relief fund) over to him
To the protest that his be-
hpvior was in violation of every
rule of common decency, that we
could not believe the J. T. A.
would stand for it, he replied:
"That's a joke. Mr. Jacob I.in
d ,, knows about it and told me
. : money by any means i
.. I,, fairness, may it now
b .-aid that according to the
tleman's -tory the circulation me-i-
Thia decision was reached
onference between the
incilmen and represent-
In- hading Jewish n\>::-
tutioil It is reported that the
followers of Ragheb Xashashibi,
incumbent Arab mayor, who was
as a candidate for the
council by Dr. II. F, HI Khaldi, are
to a Jewish mayor.
I he negotiations in connection
with the appointment of a ir w
have given rise to a crop
'f rumors and denials. The Doar
assertion that Ben Zvi
told Commissioner Campbell that
the .lews would be satisfied with
' vice-mayor was promptly denied
." Ben Zvi, Another rumor al-
J.'"i that Moses Shertok, mem-
the Jewish Agency Execu-
tive, had made a deal with the gov-
ernment by which Jerusalem would
nave two vice-mayors, one a Jew
"mi the other an Arat>. This re-
port drew from Manahem Issish-
"in a sharp attack on Shertok.
'he latter, however, denied being
' party to such an agreement and
littisted that he is in accord with
11" Jewish demand for a Jewish
Mayor,
Y M. H. A. Dance
Reports Progress
Pi ogres of t he third annual
Men".- Hebrew
iation, to be held at the
B --- i (iolf and Country
November 8, was report-
i il on at the meeting of the or-
.! ion last Wednesday night.
Among those taking part in the
discussion were Mr, Murry Gross-
. who gave a splendid talk re-
ng the responsibilities of the
dual members to make this
iiffair the success it should bej Mr.
il Pallott, who reported on the
of the program commit-
tee, and Mr. Sol Rotfort, who rc-
d on the progress of the en-
linment committee. An an-
cement was made that Chet
' as le's orchestra has been se-
le evening. Mr. Abe
Ara appointed as i-o-chair-
of the refreshmi nt commit-
tee, together with Mr. Sam Blank.
Ml -is. Sam Shindel and flyman
'.pte were appointed co-chairmen
oi the gate committee.
dl U ordered him to disregard those
protest -.
An atti mpt by the Rabbi to cash
several cheeks made to the J. T.
A. elicited the story that since
i hecks of the J. T. A. for his com-
mission have been returned be-
CiUSe of insufficient funds he was
going to be certain of his i ent commissions.
We now reprint a letter which
we immediately forwarded to Mr.
Jacob Landau, and the reply re-
ci ived from the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency:
Opera in Hebrew to Be Given
First Time in I'. S.
New YorkThe first perform-
in America of an opera
in Hebrew, "The Pioneers,"
Professor Jacob Weinberg,
: Hh department of com-
, New York College of
"ill take place on Novcni-
27 and 29 in -Mecca Temple.
tory of the opera is found-
"" a drama of Jewish immi-
Who leave thei,- homes in
Europe and journey to
"'. Much Of the music af- .
the style of the Hebrew ager of the Jewish Daily Bulletin
ritual. approved of it all, but Mr. Lan-
October 5, 1984.
Mr. Jacob Landau, President,
221 Centre St., New York, N. Y.
Hear Sir:
From information received, and
the verification of certain facts,
Here has come to my attention the
fact that you have had in Florida,
Alabama and Georgia representa-
tives who have been canvassing
the public for DONATIONS for
the Jewish Daily Bulletin and the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency on the
thiory that you were rendering a
service of saving the Jewish peo-
ple from annihilation in foreign
countries. The further statements
have been made by your repre-
sentative that you arc represent-
ing the American Jewish Commit-
to- and the B'nai B'rith in attempt-
ing to stop anti-Semitic agitation,
etc.
Collections have been made as
i,,\i as fifty cents and a dollar
"locally from the Jewish commu-
nity, and letters of endorsement
under false representations have
been obtained by your representa-
tive from Rabbis in the states
(Continued on Page 5)
American Jews
Honor Memory
of Saint
A Jews the world over ai
emnly observing the first anni-
y of the death of the late
Rabbi Chofetz Chaim (died Sep-
ti ml i. 1933, In Radun, Poland).
American Jews will pay tribute to
the memory of this great saint
by writing a communal Sefer T>-
ro!l (Scroll of Law) in bis name.
This ChofetZ Chaim Sefer Tora'i
v ili be deposit ed in a special ark
at the Synagogue near his grave.
Within the same ark will al
pll cod a golden book which will
11 ntain all the names of subscrib-
er and participants. The pro-
ceeds of -this enterprise will go
toward the maintenance of thi
ucational institutions which the re-
viled saint had been instrumental
in founding.
The American committee con-
of prominent Rabbis and out-
:; nding laymen. The chairman
i- Mr. Hirsch Manischewitz; Rab-
bi Moses M. Yosher, secretary;
Mr. Samuel Kaufman, treasurer;
Messrs. Harry Schiff, Jacob Kas-
tenbaum, Irving Bunim and Rabbi
Samuel Greneman are the other
executive officers. The office is
l at 276 Fifth Avenue. New
York City, under the name of Cho-
fetz Chaim Memorial Society.
The Chofetz Chaim, whose real
n inn- was Rabbi Yi-roel Meier Ila-
Cohen, published his first book in
1873. He derived his name, 'Cho-
fetz Chaim," from the title of this
book. In this work the author de-
scribes calumny and slander i-s
the main source of all human evil,
from which he expounded the re-
ligious and ethical principles of
Judaism and for which he gained
renown and distinction the world
ever as scholar and foremost au-
thority on Hebrew law. That his
piety and saintllncss gave him
universal recognition can be best
shown by the fact that during the
war when he had been a refugee
in Russia, he was esteemed and re-
spected also by the atheistic com-
munists.
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Announcements
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BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
11 lonservative)
139 8. W. Third Am-.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Late begin tonight at
s (.'clock with Mr. Harry Gordon,
nen aking dur-
Rabbi's absence. His sub-
ject will be "I rael's Destiny."
Nathan Wroobel, assisted
Beth I (avid choir. il! chant
the traditional hymns. Saturday
i n ii- rvici B:30
with the Junior I
10:30. rent/. Schein-
bi rg will act as the Juni ir Rabbi
ai il N. Ginsbui a the Junior
( antor. The singing will be un-
der the direction of Cantor 1. Ka-
minsky,
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
ill Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Annual Election
To Be Held
At the meeting of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation,
which will be held at the Syna-
gogue Tuesday evening, October
28, at 8 o'clock, plans for the ac-
tivities for the coming season will
bo formulated. The newly formed
brotherhood of the congregation
will formally begin to function at
this meeting. All young men in-
teiested are asked to attend. The
important business of the evening
will be the election of officers for
the coming year. All members are
requested to attend.
Friday i vening sen ices beg-.n
at 5:30 o'clock. Saturday morn-
rvici at 8:30, with Cant ir
Boris Schlachman chanting and
Rabbi Rosenbloom preaching in
i iddish on the portion of the week.
Sunday school meets Sunday morn-
1" o'clock. Hebrew school
daily at 3 p. m. An announcement
regarding the starting of late serv-
ici will be made shortly.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Friday evening services begin at
."it.'iu o'clock. Saturday morning
services begin at 9, with the Rabbi
preaching in Yiddish on the por-
tion of the week. Sunday morn-
ing the Sunday school will begin
its sessions at 10 o'clock. Talmud
Torah classes meet daily at 3 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
187 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular Friday night services
begin at 8:15 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan
will speak on "The Preamble to
the Constitution of the American
I egion." The public is cordially
wi iconic. The Sunday school opens
Sunday at 10 o'clock.
month immigration schedule.
So great is the demand for im-
migration certificates to Palestine
that the Jewish Agency has been
compelled regularly to ask the
Palestine government for advances
on future schedules.
Shakeapearc in Yiddish
I',lie-line Issues 1,200 Immigration
Permits on Future Schedule
JerusalemThe Palestine gov-
ernment today advanced 1,200 Im-
migration certificates to the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine against
the regular forthcoming four-
MoscowGoethe's "Faust" and
Shakespeare's "King Lear" have
teen translated into Yiddish by
tW( Soviet Jewish writers.
Ezra Fininberg, who worked on
the translation of "Faust" for ten
ytars, is said to have retained
Goethe's style and lyricism faith-
fully in his rendition.
The Yiddish text of "King
I ear" was written by S. Halkin.


Pag* Two
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, October 19. i934
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Junior Hadassah entertaineJ
with a formal reception and bridge
a" the Robert flay Hotel Monday
evening. In the receiving line
were Miss Hana Mack, president
of Junior Hadassah; Miss Pauline
L;'.sky. Mis- Beady Ooldeiihlank
and Miss Ida Safer.
The program, built around a
classical theme, included a read-
ing entitled "Nell Gwyn," by Miss
Adele Segall; piano duet. "Zam-
pa," by Miss I.asky and her sis-
ter, Miss Betty Lasky; Mr. Har-
ry Simonhoff. as truest speaker,
and Miss Mack and Miss Ida Wein-
stein, president of Junior Coun-
cil, in short addresses.
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky and Miss Sa-
fer presided at the refectory ta-
bles, where a pastel color theme
was carried out.
Prizes in bridge were won by
Miss Esther Bloch. Mis- Betty
Greenbtrg and Mrs. Barbara
Green be rg.
Others attending included Mrs.
Jasper Cromer, Mrs. Sol H. Rot-
tort, Mrs. Harold G. Tobin. Miss
Viola Katz. Miss Mildred Berg,
Esthi Cromi r, Miss Natalii
Pallot, Misses Kuth and Charlotte
Davis, Miss Eleanor Mink. Misses
Mimi and Charlotte Furman, Miss
Esther Rosenga :.. Miss Viv-
ienne Mi-- Mildred I>r'i-
een, Mi Bertha Leibovit, Miss J >
sephine Kilman. Miss Beck Nash,
Mrs. Sadye Rose, Miss
ence Tomases, Miss Anita Bern-
stein, Miss Gertrude Neham, Miss
Belle Tannenbaum, JVh-. Lillian
W'ucher, Miss Ruth Mannis, Miss
Beatrice Silver, Miss Millicent Ru-
bin, Miss Goldye Miller. Misses
Sylvia and Selma Rayvis, Miss
Ruth First. Miss Ida Engler, Mrs.
Leo Chaiken, Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Mrs. Phillip B. Lefkowitz, Mrs. II.
Kcrzen, Misses Peggy and Helen
Grtenwdd, Miss Esther Green-
berg, Miss Fay Taylor. Miss Ida
Cole, Mrs. Ann Schweitzer, Mrs.
A. M. Sheffer, Miss Rene New-
btrg, Miss Beatrice Stern. Mrs.
II. Shenkman, Mrs. Julius Wash-
er. Mrs. David Rosenbloom, Miss
Ruth Konik and Mrs. Sophie Zohn.

Mr. Jacob Richman returned
from a combined business and
pleasure trip to Philadelphia.
I ...
The Senior Hadassah is spon-
. soring a membership tea on Mon-
id.ip. October J'.'. at 3 p. m. at the
I home of Mrs. P. Scheinberg, 1777
IS. W. 12th st. The chairman of
the affair will be Mrs. Barney
Weinkle. membership chairman. All
members and friends are asked to
atti nd,

Mr. I. Miller, former communal
worker of New York City and now
.. resident of Miami Beach, recent-
ly returned from a trip abroad,
he visited relatives and
:-. While there he tOUrod
tK greater part of Europe. He
- to take an active part n
th communal life of Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. I'avid Goldstein
returned to Miami Beach from
theii summer vacation, which wa<
nl touring the North.

Thi ieg islai mi eting of the Jun-
1 Hindi of Jewish Women was
held at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the
Ponce de Leon Hotel. Plans for
forthcoming activities were di.--
;. with Miss Ida Weinstein,
'.'.. presiding.
The first social activity of the
club was the formal tea Sunday
afternoon in the lounge of the Ev-
erglades Hotel. Miss w. instein
Burdine's
Buttons and a buckle
can "make" your dress
A doz.
Belts

Buttons
Don'l think of buttons
a- a mere detail of
dressmaking. It's often
the main poinl of in-
terest, and metal but-
tons are the mode of
I In- moment.
1.00 to 2.25
A metal belt may as-
sure a bright future for
your frock. The pat-
tern sketched is very
Silver and tfold.
1.00
BURDINE'S. BEI UMI FLOOR
imed the guests in a brief ad-
dress, and talks were given by
Mrs. Rose Miles. Miss Hanna Mack.
(president of the Junior Hadassah;
Mrs. Sadie W< Ifare bureau, and Mrs. Ida Opt-
cei
J. I.ewitt. well known vaude-
ville star, gave several interesting
skit-, and Miss Klisc Khrman en-
tertained with readings. The tea
table was attractively decorated.
|and a large number of the mem-
bers and friends called during the
afternoon.
Miss Bethy Mazei, popular com-
munal worker of Philadelphia, ar-
rived this week to spend some tini"
with her brother-in-law and Bis-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richman
of this city.
* *
The Beth David Sisterhood held
their regular meeting last Wednes-
day at the Talmud Torah with Mrs.
William Robinson, president, pre-
siding. The opening and closing
prayers were given by Mrs. Lewis
Brown. Mrs. Max Pepper was
elected corresponding secretary.
The calendar for the ensuing year
was announced as follows: The
reception for the Rabbi and his
bride will be held on Sunday. Oe-
t ber 28, with Mrs. L. Hart/, as
chairman. On -November "> a card
party at night; on November liS,
a food sale; December ''. (hanuka
Play; December 16, Chanuka din-
ner; January 13, congregational
[dinner, and in the latter part of
January a card party will be Riven,
the exact date to be announced
later. On February IT. a theatre
party; February 24, the annual
birthday parly of the Sisterhood;
March 12, a Purim Dinner Dance;
I April 14, a picnic, and on May 1,
an installation luncheon.

The regular meeting of Junior
Hadassah will be held on .Monday,
October 22, at the Young Men's
lb biew Association building, s. W.
1'ith ave. and 5th ,-t, starting at
S o'clock. Plans for the play to
be given the first week in Decem-
ber under the direction of Opal
Eduard Motter of the University
of Miami, will be discussed. Plans
fc'- the Turkey Trot, to be given
Thanksgiving night under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Sol Rotfort,
will also be discussed. An ex-
tremely interesting program will
be pii sented and refreshments will
be served. All members and
friends air asked to attend.
.dr. and Mrs. H. II. Miller, L186
S. W. 5th -t., have as their house
Mrs. R. Lewison of Chicago
Heights, 111.
-;. >;<
Mrs. Milton Weiner ami daugh-
ti i. Barbara, returned to the city
la.-t Wednesday after having spent
ummer visiting relatives and
friends in and around Hartford,
(.inn. Returning with them was
Miss Ann Weiner, who will spend
;li winter here with her brother
;," Milton Weiner.
*
Among recent arrival- at Miami
Beach arc Messrs. William Mich-
low. Harry Krantz and S, Marias,
prominent New York merchant-.
* *
Tin- well known Yiddish actor,
I-" Kaininsky, and his company
will present one of the latest hits
of the Yiddish ^tajje, the thousand
Tor I he Finest in Bread
Try Nl W YORK RYE
laugh-a-minute comedy. "Lend Mo
Your Wife." Sunday night, Oc-
tober 21, at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall, beginning at 8:.'!()
o'clock. Admission will be only
f.ftj cents for adults and twenty-
five cents for children. Joe Ka-
minsky is one of the most popu-
lar actor- who have appeared lo-
cally and is one of Miami's Yid-
dish favorites, always drawing a
large audience whenever he plays.
Assisting Mr. Kaininsky will be
a well known company from New
York.
The hilarious comedy to be
shown Sunday night played sev-
iral seasons on the New York
stage.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alter and fam-
ily have returned to the city from
Chicago, where they spent the
summer.
* *
Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, the wife
of Dr. Charles Beckwitt, is re-
covering from an appendicitis op-
eration at the Biltmoro Hospital.
s
Mr. and Mrs. Louis August have
returned from their honeymoon
after an extended visit in Canada
and the North, and are now re-
siding at the La Paloma Apart-
ments, 829 S. W. 18th ave.. and
wilj be happy to receive their
friends there.
* *
On account of the American Le-
gion Convention the benefit bridge
sponsored by a committee consist-
ing of Mesdames B. Chertkoff, L.
Siiverman and Henry Seitlin for
a family in distress will be held on
Monday evening, October 29, at
the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation, 1507 S. W. 5th st., instead
ot October _'.".. and all tickets bear-
ing the date of October 25 wj|| .
honored on the 2"Jth. The puy,
is cordially invited to attend and
i- asked to bring their own cards.
* .
Mr. and Mrs. It. \V, anJ
family have arrived here from New
Jersey to spend the wil
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Friday
October 1!', 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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by Ihi
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r prosentntive
ST. PETERSBI BG
MRS. MAE Bl NJAMIN
utive
I'AMI'A
MRS. M. ii. KISLEB
ative
university program whs enjoyed,
111 adcast from Washington, D. C,
where the Senior Hadassah was
in national convention. Later a
wiener roast waa held around a
cemp fire.
Mrs. ('. Shumcs announces the
age of her daughter, Esther,
to Hyman Lazarus, son of S, Laz-
arus, on September 19 in St. Au-
Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus
left Saturday night for a trip to
.Miami, and on their return after
October 21, will make their home
here.
The
GLOOM
CHASER
When in doubt, listen to your
wife.
WEST FLORIDA III SIX ESS AGENT
S. (i. AROSON
4209 Central Ave., Tampa. Fla.
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SUBSCRIPTION
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Vol. 7 No. 12
IKHi U OCTOBER l, 1934
-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mirkis an-
nounce the birth of a son on
Wednesday, October 10, in St.
Luke's hospital. Mrs. Mirkis, prior
to her marriage, waa Miss Mollie
S( lamer.
Mrs. Ben Stein, president of the
Jacksonville chapter of Hadassah,
thi women's Zionist organization
of America, represented the local
unit at the twentieth annual con-
vention of Hadassah. held Octo-
ber 14 and 16 at Washington, D. C.
The louder a man talks the
easier it is not to believe what he
says.
The pace that kills wouldn't be
so bad if it killed only the pace-
maker.
Most men are willing to start
something for the sake of an ar-
gument.
One day's exercise with a wood
saw is worth two weeks of phys-
ical culture.
A woman runs almost as fast
when she sees a mouse as a man
does when he hears a baby erying.
Some people are so egotistical
that they imagine everybody they
meet is glad to see them.
Money tor American Refugees
Allocations Committee if
tin I'n ted Jewish Appeal, which
the Joint Distribution
1 and the American Pal
Campaign, will shortly have
nted i" .' the necessity of
>n a di mand that a sub-
im of money be set aside
an Jewish refugees who
to America. Those "p
to the suggestion base their
ii the specious ground that
a general assumption that
n( y raised in this count! V
:it exclusively in Europe
lie. It i very doubtful)
i, whether that n pr<
wpoint of American Jewish
itors. [f there arc in this
countrj several hundred refugees
in lie. d of relief and who
; e assisted in economic n
tation, there is no reason why
should be considered lesa
rthy of aid than their co-reli-
gionists who may have gone to
II Hand. France or I ivakia.
'IIk very meager sum of $50,000 is
proposed for thia American work.
r not too large a part of the
budget of the Appeal. The cam-
n might be wise in stri
tl if phase of its work and thus ai
rati the raising of funds.
The United Jewish appeal is far
from it- national quota of $3,000,-
ii.ii. despite seven months of fund-
ns activity. The .lews of this
trj an- no) responding as
I romptl} and a- generously aa
should. Maybe the empha-
.: irk for refugees in th'a
country would stimulate a greater
-I than at present seem- to
in this uniquely urgent cam-
paign.
Girls admire promising young
men, hut everybody else prefers
those who pay cash.
When misfortune reaches a
man's door she walks right in with-
out knocking.
Tin regular meeting of the Jun-
: Hadassah was held Tuesday
ng at the home of Mrs. Ben
Chepenik. The high lights of the
Junior Hadassah convention, held
recently in New York, were given
b} the delegates, Misses Florence
Cohen and Molye Mi/.rahi. A
beautiful story of the tenth anni-
versary celebration of Meier Shfe-
\. h. Junior Hadassah supported
cidony, waa read by the cultural
ci'airman, Mrs. Sue Baiter Becker.
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Lew
have returned from their wedding
ti ip and are now living in St. Pe-
tersburg, Fla., where Mr. Lew is
engaged Sn the retail furniture
bi'sini --. Mrs. I.ew was the for-
mer Miss Lena Stein of Tampa.
A Leipzig doctor has developed
"antikenatoxin," a substance in-
to, ted in the skin to relieve fa-
ligue, brought on by trying to re-
mem her "antikenatoxin."
The cable companies pick up a
pretty penny just from correspond-
ents who feel impelled to add that
the assassin of a king was a fa-
natic.
Mussolini says that every girl
must marry and every young man
will have to learn to fight. In
that order.
Jacksonville News
, No. I of Temple Ahavaa
1 I Sisterhood is sponsoring a
' card party at the beauti-
mple Home in Riverside with
\. A. Rothschild, chairman,
I -. Raj Benjamin, co-chair-
m Tuesday, October 23, at
in. There will be a cake
Refreshments will be served
prizes awarded.
a:i extended visit with friend- in
mi.
England has named a hoard to
determine why the popularity of
the herring has waned. That's
easy, but how is B. O. in a herring
to lie corrected?
In the game of mushroom hunt-
ing there is no record of two er-
lors being made by the same
fielder.
Architect Mumford believes the
trend is away from skyscrapers.
Many pharmacies are already cut-
ting their special sandwiches from
s:x stories to a lesser number.
That old-fashioned onion syrup
never cured a cold, but it fought
off countless friends with cures.
Mrs, E. H. Steinberg has re-
turned to the city after a visit of
three months in Canada and New
York City.
Workmen's Circle Branch
.1 hold a banquet and re
honoring Mr. S. Soffian of
York al it- new home. 311
S. IV. Bth Bt., Sunday, October 21,
;' p. m. All are invited to at
Mr. Soffian arrived today
ume charge of the Yiddish
. which will be held daily
ing next Monday, from 3: 10
p. m.
Activitiea of the organization
recently with the opening
the new home of the organize-
A library of more than 800
nes of Yiddish literature ;l!
' available to all Infa rested. The
meets ever} Sundaj <\
It offers to it- members the
Bl services of Dr. I!. Sale
a well as other benefits. In re-
monthi n haa been active in
boycott of German made mer-
dise.
\n interesting event of the
week was the card party given by
Daughters of Israel Wednes-
, a> evening in the Jacksonville
:. Center, sponsored by Mrs-
M. Wexler, Mrs. M. C. Kaaa and
Mrs. O. Magezis.
attractive prizes were awarded
fo. high score at each table.
Miss Birdie Katz has returned
after a visit of two weeks in New-
York City, Boston, Mas-., and
rly, B. I.
A girl golf champ refuses a film
company's offer to make a talkie
of her game. Maybe her voice is
changing.
TeacherIf a motorist averages
Sin a day for gasoline, $8 for re-
pairs and $I> for fines, what is the
car costing him monthly?
Hoy Nothing, ma'am; he's got
a rich father.
Mrs. Irving Salsbury has left
fi i a visit of B few week visiting
,,i New York City With relatives
and friend-.
Mrs. Neal Flnkelstein left fo>
The Pi Alpha uub is sponsor-
, he given on Sun
thj night. November 18, at the
i on Third and Silver sts.
\ novel floor ahow has hen
. the affair. Tickets
, be obtained from the follow-
members: Miasea Helen Sha-
to, -kv. Belle Navin, Eva Werni-
cof Bessie Liebman, Ruth Price,
Uoae Sentler and the sponsor
|f|orence Nabin, and mascot, Hen
( rnot. The public ii invited to
I The mxl meeting of the
C|ub will be held at the home of
Ruth Price in Springfield.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Reevea en-
t,.rtained Sunday at their home
l Mandarin honoring 24 membera
and prospective members of Junior
sah at an all-day picnic.
Mtel an inspection of the grounds
, .,. Reaves estate, group pic
,,,._ Were taken, and games were
,N,.(i. card,- and other enter-
tainment feature, were enjoyed.
\ presentation of the Hadassah
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph M. Seck-
|.h of Chicago have arrived and
arc visiting with Mr. Seckbach's
bn ther and siater-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. i. M. Seckbach of 907 S.
II ime ave. Mrs. 11. M. Seckbach
.., ompanied the visitor- to Miami.
Tampa -ection, National Coun-
cil f Jewish Women, held their
regular monthly meeting Wednes-
day aftern.....i at :! o'clock at the
University of Tampa. The hoard
., preceding the regular meet-
ing at 2:lg o'clock.
Th( DinerWhat do you mean
by putting that soiled plate before
me?
The Servitor That's not a soiled
plate. That's the half portion beef
Stew yOU ordered.
Mr-. HomebodyI've noticed
that a pound of your hulk coffee
doesn't anywhere near fill one of
yi ur pound cans.
The GrocerYou'll not find that
trouble again, madam. I'm just
getting in some new-sized pound
i an-.
A St. Paul woman claims she
has taken neither food nor drink
for seven years. Probably been
consuming spinach and green beer.
A hick town is one whose ball
players grew up in it, or at least
saw it once or twice before they
joined the local club.
Dyspepsia is the parent of many
disagreeable qualities.
One good excuse is better than a
thousand poor ones.
Things that are easy to do are
si ldom worth the effort.
The green grocer usually ac-
quires a lot of ripe experience.
If a girl can make a man jealous
it's a sure sign that she has him
going.
Few men look pleasant while be-
inj' told their faults.
A good man isn't necessarily a
desirable neighbor.
The mother of a convict smug-
gled two pistols to him in a can
marked "baked chicken." A guard
who likes baked chicken could
have thwarted this.
It's easy to impose on a man
who has a good disposition.
The bes< man in a controversy
is the one who does the most lis-
tening.
'! hi' former Duke's (Tuh of Tam-
pa met recently and reorganized
as the M. D. Club, with Rabbi
Adolph Burger as sponsor, and ;s
a department of the Y. M. H. A.
It consists of a group of young
Jewish hoy- from 19 years and
over. The purpose of the club is
educational and recreational. They
meet every Monday night at the
V m. H. A. The officers are:
President, Mr. Ken Weintraub;
vice-president, Mr. Morris Gor-j
don; secretary and treasurer, Mr.
A he Rosenfarb.
The reorganization meeting of
the Caballero Club was held last
Tuesday evening at the Y. M. H.
A. Officers elected were as fol-
lows: President. Buddy Aronovitz;
vice-president, Sam Kotler; secre-
tary, Samuel Weber; treasurer, AI-
bert Segall; club reporter, Phil
Haimovit. The club discussed a
fishing trip, same to be held in
the near future. Donald Solomon
was voted in the club as a new
nvmher.
Demand Lithuania Berall Medical
Ban
Herbert Eeinberg, son of Mr.
Bl .1 Mrs. Sam Eeinberg of 811 East
G.ddens ave., will be Bar Mitzvah
at service! Friday night and Sat-
urday morning at Bodoph Sholom
Temple.
Kaunas Lithuania's complete
exclusion of Jewish students from
the medical school of the Univer-
sity of Kaunas was sweepingly con-
demned by a Jewish medical dele-
gation, which appeared before the
university senate.
Drs. Gorfunkel and Kinkelstein
demanded that the senate imme-
diately restore the rights of Jew-
ish students and open the doors
of the medical school to them.
University officials promised to
consider the question at a special
session of the faculty of the med-
ical school.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FI.OK1DIAN
Friday. Octobei


;
XX(
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder nd Director. (Udiu Stmkoc of Amirici
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI, FLORIDA
Vol. iv. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1934 No. 11
**
Living a Religious Life"
Scripture Reading, Psalm XXIV. Versee 1-5. Inclusive
I have recently seen bo much mistaken substitution of words for
deeds iii the field of religion thai I wonder if people generally under-
stand the purposes and intention of religious training and thi mean-
ing of the expression, "Living .1 religious life." My selection of the
scripture reading from Psalms i- prompted, this morning, by ;i desire
tci offer a text thai musl Ik acceptable to all denominations and
creeds. Psalms is a common meeting ground.
In describing those who "maj ascend the hill of the Lord, and who
may stand in His holy place." the psalmist does nol mention thi
server of ritual, the dogmatist, th cercmonialist. He speaks of one
who is clean, pure, honest and hi.....rable. Only such an one is de
serving of a place with God. In Genesis we find two examples: "And
Enoch walked with God; and he was not: lor Good took him."
"These are the generations of Soah; N'oah was a jusl man and per-
fect in his generation, an.I Soah walked with God." Again no find
that the I,old appeared to A brain" and said unto him. I am the Al
mighty God; walk before me and l-e thou perfect." To grasp the
full meaning of tin phrase, "walking with clod." we turn to Amos
ami read. "Can two walk together, except thev U agreed?" I; fol-
lows, therefore, that those who walk with God an- of one mind with
Him, are agreed on the proper sort of life to lead. Ill the casi
Enoch and Noah we note that ill that was cxpecti then was
justice, humility and perfection >f conduct. The psnln
ther emphasis to this practice a- the mi II
I have m.t Christians who fincerelj believi
only through Christ. Hut. even then, t is not the i
the avowal of faith in the Sa> It rather, I I
like life. To those Christians who are desirou
their Jewish friends h> waj I want I nay, in
the words of Heinrich Heine, wh \. "\ Je
become a true Christian, I
of another .leu ." You ... enighted
heathen," if you believe that oft
insure you an > 1 iivitat.on to ji seal
right hand. I: Is barel) poss I do 1 -.. -
hut. it is barel) possible that
such undei takings cou I it to bet
vantages among conl .. -
Walking with God,
mean- loving all men as He mu showing
sideration for theii ne< Is and wants, Liv-
ing a religious life meat wi
.so loudly praise m hymn and song,
praise of the Lord an I refuse t -
in our daily prat I
An old Jew a ho con!
morning at .1 sj 1 no'.us
ton wen: an
man whi strand
contribute I some sma
he refusi I to give anything ::
anything, li
Treifah l.non-kosher 1 -
the food." So, becaus
bidden bj thi
ritual, this "i. l-fi -
That's not
Some years ag
and it was my
ferred to rm A mei
dress an I .
tion, I found a fa 1 -
tute. iii a cold house, tn 1 -
/.aid. I
Jewish. I knew that 1
relief WOI kl It
by theii wi
born child had i
relief was withheld
barber, manage I I
tized. If that's n -
Cod. I'm to '
1 could cite you
religion do not .
But, time will
the following, bui
"You cun talk about your chu .
you can mumbll ay. Bl
you can go 1
can toss yOUl
groan 'amen' I
your breath until
take in all the raf
won't buy a bunk up then -" F -
thing like a loseni
the heart, and nevi
cash; it's
Or force with threat- of hell; it's
Bl the tides, and it lives w
ill its sphere there is no
that steals upon the heart like ghouls of night. I
measured by your bll w< f gtace. nor -
thai you'll see Him face to face; ,1 isn't rated by the times you how
your head in prayer, nor by the coin you give to save the heathens over
there; it Isn't certified to by the gloiy songs you sing, nor by a pre-
tense that you hope to some day spread a wing.and -oar above the
meaner things of life, and wear a crown, and twang a harp in thai
far place from whence the stars look down. For you've got to learn
humility, and practice it the while; you've got to meet the tests of
time and meel then, with a smile; you've got to do your par! In all
the hectic things of life, and take your share of woe and griel and
,,,,,. Bd trial and strife; you've gol '.o learn that life is real, and that
your job's right here, and now's the time to claim your joy right on
this mundane sphere, for joy and peac. and bliss may all be claimed
on earth's fair shore and a heaven you can't have down here Is not
Worth dying for.
During the we.d; the following
; f/'milieu havi returned to renew
neir acquaintances here: Mr. and
Mrs. I. B, Kogen, Mr. and Mrs. J.
I .1.. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Donsky
and Mr. and Mrs. V. Pace and son.
II. Rosenblatt, Temple Beth A "umber ol friends oi the con-
St. Petersburg
At the Friday night services
ng at 8 o'clock, Rabbi WH
11,1 m
I-;', will speak on the theme:
"Should a Religious Man Join an
Organized Institution of Religion?"
This sermon will be dedicated to
thut vast army of the unaffiliated.
Sl.turday morning service- will
ri oi 10:30.
I,a-I week the Sisterhood, un-
d< the leadership of Mrs. Max
Goodkind, president, met for tin
tnst fall meeting. A review of
'..-: year's activities and a sum-
.!'.. of future work for the or
.ion was discussed. Be-
h number of members will
return during the next two weeks
ion was made to call an-
meeting the last week of
- 'lit h.
have written to inform
R-abbi Rosenblatt of their early
arrival.
The religious school of Temple
Beth Kl ha 1 1 onvened for tin- year
iani regular .-<--i m are being held
every Sundaj morning, beginning
a! 10 o'clock. Rabbi Rosenblatt has
prepared a new curriculum for the
children and a year of fruitful
study in Judaism is anticipated.
The Subject of Rabbi A. s. KU in-
fi Id's sermon tin- Friday evening
a 8 o'clock at Congregation H'nai
Israel, 921 9th -t.. N'.. will be
"Faith and Religion
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Society of Congregation n/naj j
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at which time election : officer,
took place as follows: Ml
Goldberg, president ; Mrs, p
Rothblatt, vire-pi, sidi jj
Belle Hormer, treasurer, and Mr
I!. Vosim. secretary. [ tallation
ol officers will be held Thurj.
daj evening. October 25,
Dennis Hotel, with Ral \
Kle nfeld as guest p<
The Judaic Council hel
u meeting last Monda
Ut Which time the |


cers were elected: Mrs. Every,
lyvident. president;
.Miller, vice-president; ,:
Green, treasurer, and Mi 1
nenbaum, secrecary.
of officers will he held
daj afternoon, October 24, with
luncheon at the Nikko I
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}[,-. and Mis. S. Matter and fam-
iy have arrived here from the
' ounlain- to spend the winter.
"
The first of a series of affairs
to help lilisi' funils for a Taln,ud
Torah building adjoining the Beth
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach,
pill be a dance at the Pier, Miami
Beach, on Sunday evening, Octo-
bei 28.
*
Cantor Louis Hayman left last
U/cdnesday for a ten-day buying
tli., \,w York City.
* ?
Th, Jewish Welfare Auxiliary
met Monday at the Mark Store
Kn, Charles Greenfield, president,
gave an address of welcome and
\I,. Sadie G. Kose, executive sec-
,,laiv. made a report. Mrs. Ber-
th:: Levy announced that gymna-
sium classes will begin at 9 a. m.
Monday.
Mrs. Larry Fay, program chair-
man, introduced Rabhi Jacob H.
Kaplan, who spoke on "What Ju-
daism Expects of Every Jew."
Through the courtesy of Hannah
Spin. Asher, Mrs. C. Mendez was
presented in two Spanish piano
selecti
Mrs. P. Seheinberg, ways and
means chairman, unnounced a card
party for November, in charge it
Mrs, Louis Hartz, who will be as-
by Mrs. Ida Optner. Elected
to the Jewish Welfare Bureau
!>:ii . Mrs. R. K. Adler. Mrs.
Bertha Levy,Mrs. Mark Max, Mis.
Ida Optner.
Mrs. Morris Dubler and her as-
sistants, Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs.
11. Uhfelder and Mrs. Optner of
the hospitality committee were in
charge if the social hour follow-
ing the business session.
* *
Benjamin Snider, pioneer of Co-
I'.iut Grove, died Monday night at
ll hospital. He is survived
wife, Mary; (Jatt and Ruth
all of Miami. Funeral serv-
held Tuesday afternoon
It, Rabbi Roaenbloom of-
' ng.
* 41 *
Mrs. Sydney II. Palmer is spon-
a Halloween party at her
1790 S. W. 28rd Terrace, on
... October 30, at 8 o'clock,
for the benefit of the Loyalty Club
1 ih Chapter, <>. K. s. Re-
freshments will be Berved and
vill be given, a special prize
/en for the most original
The public is invited.
*
Plan have been completed for
the annual dance of the Loyalty
' Emunah chapter. 0. E. S.,
to be held in the Marine
. Carter's Pier, on Wednes-
'ening, December .r>. Those
are Mr. William Fried-
man, Mrs. Clara Fine. Mrs. Olga
Schwartz, Mrs. Sydney II. Palmer,
being assisted by the
matron. Mrs. Lena Simon,
"id the worthy patron, Mr. Al-
bert Bacher.
*
lames Florence Hachcr. Jo-
wphine Lobazin, Annette Fine and
Mis Bertha Mendelson will be
d guests at regular meet-
m8 of the Emunah Chapter, 0. E.
Thursday evening. October
he Scottish Rite Temple at
k. All Eastern Stars are
attend.
*
A meeting of the Greater Miami
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Cemetery A.....iation was held last
Wednesday evening at the Tal-
mud Torah Hall, when plans for
the future wen ,|. A fi_
""-nee committee was appointed
and the date for the election of
officers was set for Wednesday,
October 31.
* *
David Ka.. and Fannie Wein-
berg were married ;,t the home
of Rabbi S. M. Machtei last Sat-
urday night in the presence of
members of the immediate family
and friends. Mr. K gaged
in business in Jackson, '
Rabbi s. M. Machtei officiated
at the Bris Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon at
the Victoria Hospital last Monday.
Mr. Bert L. Riesner, chairman
of the ways and means of the Sit
tcrhood of Temple Israel, has an-
nounced plans for a Halloween
tacky party to be given at 8 p. m.
Wednesday, October 31, at Kaplan
Hall.
Mrs. Morris Plant is chairman of
the event, and is being a- i
by a large committee. Interesting
plans are being made for an eve-
ning of merriment, with old-fash-
ioned dame-. Halloween games
ami other entertainment.
The calendar includes: (Jet. 31,
Halloween tacky party; Nov. 14,
afternoon card party; Nov. 2S, din-
ner-dance; Dec. 12. afternoon card
party; Dec, 26, evening theater
party; -Ian. 9, evening card party;
Jan. 27. night club event; Feb. 4,
annual birthday luncheon; Feb. 14,
congregational Sisterhood dinner-
dunce; Feb. 22, garden party;
March 13, afternoon card party;
March 19, Purim play; April 10,
traditional Seder dinner; May 6,
installation luncheon.
The Sisterhood has undertaken
a- its major project for the year,
the support of the religious school,
and the proceeds from every event
will be used for the maintenance
of a paid teaching staff for the
ichool, and the purchase of what-
ever books and supplies may be
necessary to cany out the enlarged
pn gram of the religious school
work.
*
Miss Florence Iiadanes of Miami
i:. ach lefl for a trip which will
take her to Chic am. and N'ew York.
where she will be the guest of
relatives and friends.
October 10, 1934.
Mr. j. i.ouis Shochet,
The Jewish Floridian,
P. O. Hex 2973,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sir:
This will acknowledge receipt of
your letter of October 5, addressed
to Mr. Jacob Landau, who at the
present time is in Europe.
Frankly, we were under the im-
"ii that you were quite fa-
miliar with the work the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency is doing, but
apparently the tone of your let-
ter seem- to indicate to us that we
have Keen mistaken.
For your information, we have
bi en receiving similar reports as
you have from people of the South
a,id have been making every ef-
fort t>. not only stop Rabbi Wiesel
in lii> activities, but have wired
ti our attorney, Mr. Aronovitz of
Miami, instructions to prosecute
him. The attached clipping will
definitely indicate our position in
the matter.
It appears that this Rabbi Wie-
sel was employed in securing sub-
scriptions for the Jewish Daily
Bulletin, and took it upon himself
without any knowledge of this of-
fice to also solicit funds for the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, for
some insane reason.
It would appear to us that if
you had been familiar with the
Work the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency had accomplished during
these many past years, and what
they are accomplishing at the
present time, instead of asking us
fol a denial or story, that you
would write to us informing that
such an individual as Rabbi Wiesel
is operating in the South on a
gross misrepresentation, instead
ot questioning our integrity and
affording us an opportunity of
telling our side of the story.
The integrity of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency has never been
questioned since its inception, and
i unnot understand why at this
t me there should be any doubt in
your mind as to its present status
We believe that you would do
most g'.d for Southern Jewry by
simply publishing a copy of the
enclosed notice in your paper.
Very truly yours,
JEWISH TELEGRAPHIC
AGENCY
II. II. OSCHAY.
HOY SCOUT NEWS
TROOP 6
The meeting was opened at 7::1U
with the blowing of "Assembly,"
after which the troop was lined
up by John Kronenfeld, officer of
the day, in patrol formation for
the presentation of the colors and
pledge to the flag. Inspection was
then conducted by the troop lead-
ers, assisted by Committeemen
Levin and Coret, and Drill Mai
tor Lavigne.
Following inspection the troop
was dismissed for patrol meetings,
during which the review of ele-
mentary first aid in preparation
for the American Legion conven-
tion duty was continued. Several
Scouts passed first class tests.
After patrol meetings a game of
First Aid Baseball was played un-
de; the direction of Assistant
Scoutmaster Kahn.
During the business meeting
Mr. Lefkowitz announced a whit-
tling project for next week. The
reading of the bulletin and an-
nouncements was followed by the
introduction of Mr. Donald La-
vigne, new troop committeeman,
who spoke a few words on the
value of drilling as a means of
instilling discipline.
The meeting was closed prompt-
ly ul 9 p. m. with the circle forma-
tion for the Scoutmasters Bene-
diction, followed by "taps."
While the troop was in session,
a troop committee meeting was
held, during which Mr. Karl War
field and Mr. Donald Lavigne were
piaced on the committee,
Methods of raising funds for
the troop were discussed and plans
l.-id for a parents' get-toge her
and dinner in the near future.
JACKIE SEITLIN,
Reporter.
AJalta MeChlldrea !
Box Of fir. Opens :8 P. M.
Bandar
Sunday-Monday, Oct. 21-22
NORMA SHEARER
ROBERT MONTGOMERY
"Riptide"
For Awnings call Kraft
Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830
HOMES
FOR SALE
or
RENT
In All 8ectlona of Missal
PRICED REASONABLY
Dade County
Security Co.
117 N. E. First Atom*
STARTLING FACTS
(Continued from Page 1)
mentioned. In some instance!
there have been turned over to
your representative, funds collect-
ed by communal leaders for Ger-
man relief, and these checks have
! en used for your purposes. I
have it. further, on the story of
your own representative, Rabbi
el, that these misrepresenta-
tions have been made with your
full knowledge, and distinct ap-
proval, though he did say thai
your circulation manager has ob-
ie, ted tO these methods.
I have had similar reports from
other publishers, and 1 do feol
rather strongly thai if these
are true, and some ol the
thai the matter should be called
factg there can be no doubl
to th, attention of the public
However, I am going to afford
vu the opportunity of telling your
,, the story. For that rea-
son i shall await your reply by
.;|| ,.,;, letter, of course, reserving
thc right to publish your reply.
Very truly yours,
THE jEWisH FLORIDIAN.
.1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Publisher.
For Awnings call Kraft
Mi:''i Awning Co. Phone 2-0830
M \n Good Stores
vk for NK VORK BREAD
NOTICE
Rabbi A. S. Wiesel
now in the South, is no longer
connected with the Jewish Daily
Bulletin and has no authority to
accept payment for subscriptions.
II, is not and never h&, been au-
thi ri/.ed to represent the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency in any ca-
pacity.
THE JEWISH DAILY
BULLETIN.
May we, most regretfully, deny
rather emphatically the assertion,
"the integrity of th. Jewish Tele-
gri.phic Agency has never been
questioned since its inception." Has
the gentleman forgotten the ex-
of the methods used to gath-
er news, and the collection of
funds, written by David A. Brown,
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
1 cal during war days, and now
publisher of the American Hebrew
and Jewish Tribune?
More, however, next week.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish orthodox Congre-
gation sponsored a benefit bridge
last Tuesday evening, with Mrs.
Mbsea Pallott and Mrs. Morris
Kotkin as hostesses. Prises were
awarded lor high scores and iv-
: M Bhments were served.
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Opp. Cortes Hotel
Torgsin offers 15,000
different domestic and
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foodstuffs and other mer-
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Prices compare fa-
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For Tor gain order*
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For Awnings call Kraft
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Vag-e Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October id.
Is
West Palm Beach
Rabbi I. W. Muskat has returned
from a ten-day visit to Now York
and has resumed his duties with
i ion Beth El.
. r
Rs I. \V. Muskat, II.
Mr. Lou
New York and Ball
'l Bel Israel
i.- now busy making plai
activities .. ason.
Mi. and Mrs. A! Wachsman are
back from a two week-' business
trip to New York and other North-
ern markets.
Orlando Notes
After spending three delightful
months in Chicago, Miss JiiUla
Coplon is now in New York, where
she will spend several weeks. Miss
Coplon will stop in Birmingham,
Ala., for a brief visit with rela-
tives there on her return trip to
Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. I). Hillman and
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Block spent
one day last week fishing at Haul-
over Canal.
Mr, Morris Lieber has returned
to Orlando to make his home here.
Mr. H. Sternberg of New York
is spending some time here.
Mr. W. Bcrkowitz will attend
the National American Legion
Convention in Miami next week.
Mrs. J. Halpern was hostess at
a successful card party held for
the benefit of the Beth Israel Sis-
terhood last Sunday night at
Schwartzberg Hall. Prizes were
awarded for high score at each
table and delicious refreshments
were served.
Mrs. I. Safer and daughter,
Alyn. of Jacksonville, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. D. Safer and family.
-Mrs. Matilda Iiieher of Jersey
City is spending some time with
Ih-1 mother, Mrs, 1.. Swartzwald.
Meeting of Orlando B. B. Lodge
1048 was held in the vestry rooms
Congn < ihev Sholem.
.\h-. and Mrs. Sol Rubin have
returned from a five weeks' vaca-
te .-inn! in New 1 other
es,
The Board of Trustees of the
>n Ohev Sholem held a
laj morning.
.Mr. II. Roth returned from a
p in the North this- week.
I : II I
:iiu business mi i ting last
tVednesda;
u< nt, pri
Mr. and .Mis. A. Collman and
i .! and I.' onard, of
with -Mr.
.: '. i hen.
d to
To add to Gresham's troubles,
the princess falls illand in or-
der to put over the loan he ile-
> io< s to seek a double. Detectives
an told that the princess has dis-
appeared ami set out to find her.
They bring in Nancy I-ane, a
Struggling actress, who jumps at
the chance to earn some money.
apably does she play the role
thai everyone is fooled.
But Nancy Lane faces tin- prob-
1, r.. ,.l' telling the truth at the
-:' the thirty-day period. How
tli^ young people work out their
i"\ antic problem furnishes an en-
v ending '." a charming
i II.rely.
\\ ii ICoberl Montgomery and
lb ibi l hall sharing leading
one of tbi most im-
casl evi .. Bcmbled is
ma Shear-
is new
Cioldwyn Maj I u ing w-
Sundaj ai tlu
Thea
art of
and screen star, plays the part of
Lord Rexford, Miss Shearer's hus-
band in the film.
Mr.-. Patrick Campbell, one of
England's most distinguished ac-
tresses, famous for her great tri-
umphs in "The Second Mrs. Tan-
euary" and other famous hits,
makes her screen debut as Aunt
Hetty, eccentric dowager. Lilyan
Tashman plays the part of Miss
Shearer's sister. Skeets Gallagher
i cast as Montgomery's New York
chum and other famous personal-
ities included in the cast are Ralph
Forbes, Arthur Jarrett, Marl Ox-
ford, Helen Jerome Eddy, George
K. Arthur, Baby .Marilyn Spinnert,
I hyllis Cochlan, Howard Chalde-
..nd Halliwell rlobbes.
RADIO
SYNAGOG

nut V.
home of 1
mini st. Cu
tin* bus
Dr. Carl N. Hem
-
Brov H
Israel quartet,
topic.
ly re-
*i
I a Pearl
VVollj
Sunday :,
e T. E. I'.
lance,
- Sunday
Rabbi s. M. Machtei, founder
r of the Radio Synagog,
tation VVIOD al
o'clock on Sunday morning
Tiir Amei ican Jew in the
: \\ a: ." Tin sei moll will be
:.. thi Ami rican Legion
. nil to tin- Jewish Veti ran- of the
( Ri public In addi-
" the sermon there will be
a. brief memorial service for the
win. died ce or as a
result 'if -ervico connected wounds.
1 re W al l prayers, scriji-
rcading and a question box.
Belgium Again Refuses to Halt
Vnti-Nazi Itnxcnti
(eorge /.. Medalie, one of the oat'
standing Jewish leaders in the
country and noted New York it.
lorney, ill replace the late Dr.
Max .1. Kohler as the B'nil
B'rith representative on the
Joint Consultative Council nl ih,,
American Jewish Committi e, ih,'
Ann rican Jewish Congress and
B'nai B'rith. Hon. Vlfred M.
Cohen, president of B'nai B'rith,
proffered Mr. Medalie i hi post.
Mr. Medalie-. who has been t
no mber of the B'nai B'rith
Wider Scope Committee, is for-
mer I nited States Disti | it.
lorney for the Soul hern lli-lrict
ed New York.
: mm tin- German ami.a
i' take ti ps to halt thi
boycott in Belgium. In recent
thi boycott movemen
has grown rapidly in eff
; articularly among non-Jewish
l'ii ms.
Ai wi i ror the second time i ., ,,
! or Awnings call krafl
three month- iln- Belgian gov- ,, ,. ,
Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830
'lit has n jectcd a requ
;. makes her
unt in the
- I
i >aj I comes Sun-
I .'
sup-
pi rting Edward Ar-
il nett, Lucien Little-
H< nry Si md Ed-
Noi ton.
The
bin inti rnational banker, wh
ics the little country, Bees a big
opportunity for floating a loan in
the American market. The mo-
ment he gets a glimpse of the
Prince-- ( atterina, nicknamed
"Zizzi," he knows the loan is sure
to go over if the princess will
Come to America on a good will
tour to impress America,
n thi- ri In II. last roles
an I
X."
Mai hall,
For Awnings call Kraft
Miami Awnint; Co. Phone 2-0830
ALTMAN'S HOTEL
307 SIXTH AVE. ASBURY PARK. N. J. Tel. 1467 or 3415
Situated in the finest section of Asbury Park near the
Boardwalk. Modern in every respect. All sports.
Dietary laws observed. Moderate rates. Open all year.
For Awnings rail Kraft
Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0880
TIVOLIB
BiMwa ll mmi 1 M r M
Me till :3s Evening 15c
Matinees Satsrday Sunday
Continuous 2 to 11
Sunday-Monday, Oct. 21-22
SYLVIA SIDNEY
CART GRANT
"THIRTY-DAY
PRINCESS"
CALL 25607
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION
GREYHOUND
BUS DEEOT
MIAMI BEACH, 515 Washington AvenuePhone 5-1812
CORAL GABLES, 2202 Ponce de Leon Blvd.Phone Evgr. 1136
Miami200 N. E. First StreetPhone 2-5607
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za>rd<
Welcome Legionnaires
= SERVICE STATIONS:
| TAMIAMI TRAIL
= 2132 S. W. 8th St.
Phone 2-3466
| COCONUT GROVE
3015 Grand Ave.
E Phone Ray view 1 17
JERVICE STATIONS: 2
MIAMI BEACH
5th at Euclid Ave.
Phone 5-3427
MIAMI BEACH
Lincoln Galleries
Lincoln at Meridian
| B DA OK MOTOR SALE I
| 400 S. W. 2nd Ave. j
USED CAR DEPARTMENT 1220 Biscay!* Hlvd.-Phone 2-8148
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Vag-e Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October ID. Is West Palm Beach Rabbi I. W. Muskat has returned from a ten-day visit to Now York and has resumed his duties with i ion Beth El. % %  r Rs I. \V. Muskat, II. Mr. Lou New York and Ball 'l • Bel Israel i.now busy making plai activities %  .. ason. Mi. and Mrs. A! Wachsman are back from a two week-' business trip to New York and other Northern markets. Orlando Notes After spending three delightful months in Chicago, Miss JiiUla Coplon is now in New York, where she will spend several weeks. Miss Coplon will stop in Birmingham, Ala., for a brief visit with relatives there on her return trip to Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. I). Hillman and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Block spent one day last week fishing at Haulover Canal. Mr, Morris Lieber has returned to Orlando to make his home here. Mr. H. Sternberg of New York is spending some time here. Mr. W. Bcrkowitz will attend the National American Legion Convention in Miami next week. Mrs. J. Halpern was hostess at a successful card party held for the benefit of the Beth Israel Sisterhood last Sunday night at Schwartzberg Hall. Prizes were awarded for high score at each table and delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. I. Safer and daughter, Alyn. of Jacksonville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Safer and family. -Mrs. Matilda Iiieher of Jersey City is spending some time with IH-1 mother, Mrs, 1.. Swartzwald. Meeting of Orlando B. B. Lodge 1048 was held in the vestry rooms Congn < ihev Sholem. .\h-. and Mrs. Sol Rubin have returned from a five weeks' vacate .-inn! in New 1 other es, The Board of Trustees of the >n Ohev Sholem held a laj morning. .Mr. II. Roth returned from a p in the North thisweek. I : II I :iiu business mi i ting last tVednesda; u< nt, pri Mr. and .Mis. A. Collman and i .! and I.' onard, of with -Mr. .: '. i hen. • d to To add to Gresham's troubles, the princess falls ill—and in order to put over the loan he ile> io< s to seek a double. Detectives an told that the princess has disappeared ami set out to find her. They bring in Nancy I-ane, a Struggling actress, who jumps at the chance to earn some money. apably does she play the role thai everyone is fooled. But Nancy Lane faces tinprob1, r.. ,.l' telling the truth at the -:' the thirty-day period. How tli^ young people work out their i"\ antic problem furnishes an env ending '." a charming i II.rely. \\ ii ICoberl Montgomery and lb ibi l hall sharing leading one of tbi most imcasl evi .. Bcmbled is ma Shearis new Cioldwyn Maj I u ing wSundaj ai tlu Thea art of and screen star, plays the part of Lord Rexford, Miss Shearer's husband in the film. Mr.-. Patrick Campbell, one of England's most distinguished actresses, famous for her great triumphs in "The Second Mrs. Taneuary" and other famous hits, makes her screen debut as Aunt Hetty, eccentric dowager. Lilyan Tashman plays the part of Miss Shearer's sister. Skeets Gallagher i cast as Montgomery's New York chum and other famous personalities included in the cast are Ralph Forbes, Arthur Jarrett, Marl Oxford, Helen Jerome Eddy, George K. Arthur, Baby .Marilyn Spinnert, I hyllis Cochlan, Howard Chalde..nd Halliwell rlobbes. RADIO SYNAGOG %  nut V. home of 1 mini st. Cu tin* bus Dr. Carl N. Hem Brov H Israel quartet, topic. ly re*i I %  a Pearl VVollj Sunday : %  e T. E. I'. lance, %  Sunday Rabbi s. M. Machtei, founder r of the Radio Synagog, tation VVIOD al o'clock on Sunday morning Tiir Amei ican Jew in the : \\ a: ." Tin sei moll will be :.. thi Ami rican Legion nil to tinJewish Veti ranof the %  ( Ri public In addi" the sermon there will be a. brief memorial service for the win. died ce or as a result 'if -ervico connected wounds. 1 re W al l prayers, scrijircading and a question box. Belgium Again Refuses to Halt Vnti-Nazi Itnxcnti ( %  eorge /.. Medalie, one of the oat' standing Jewish leaders in the country and noted New York it. lorney, ill replace the late Dr. Max .1. Kohler as the B'nil B'rith representative on the Joint Consultative Council nl ih,, American Jewish Committi e, ih,' Ann rican Jewish Congress and B'nai B'rith. Hon. Vlfred M. Cohen, president of B'nai B'rith, proffered Mr. Medalie i hi post. Mr. Medalie-. who has been t no mber of the B'nai B'rith Wider Scope Committee, is former I nited States Disti | it. lorney for the Soul hern lli-lrict ed New York. : mm tinGerman ami.a i' take ti ps to halt thi boycott in Belgium. In recent thi boycott movemen has grown rapidly in eff ; articularly among non-Jewish l'ii ms. Ai wi i ror the second time i ., „ „ ,, !• or Awnings call krafl three monthilnBelgian gov,,• ,. „, Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 '• %  lit has n jectcd a requ ;. makes her unt in the •• I i >aj I comes SunI .' suppi rting Edward Aril nett, Lucien LittleH< nry Si md EdNoi ton. The bin inti rnational banker, wh ics the little country, Bees a big opportunity for floating a loan in the American market. The moment he gets a glimpse of the Prince-( atterina, nicknamed "Zizzi," he knows the loan is sure to go over if the princess will Come to America on a good will tour to impress America, n thiri In II. last roles an I X." Mai hall, For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awnint; Co. Phone 2-0830 ALTMAN'S HOTEL 307 SIXTH AVE. ASBURY PARK. N. J. Tel. 1467 or 3415 Situated in the finest section of Asbury Park near the Boardwalk. Modern in every respect. All sports. Dietary laws observed. Moderate rates. Open all year. For Awnings rail Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0880 TIVOLIB BiMwa • ll mmi 1 M r M Me till :3s— Evening 15c Matinees Satsrday %  Sunday Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday-Monday, Oct. 21-22 SYLVIA SIDNEY CART GRANT "THIRTY-DAY PRINCESS" CALL 25607 FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION GREYHOUND BUS DEEOT MIAMI BEACH, 515 Washington Avenue—Phone 5-1812 CORAL GABLES, 2202 Ponce de Leon Blvd.—Phone Evgr. 1136 Miami—200 N. E. First Street—Phone 2-5607 jniiiinimimimi niiiiiiimii minimi in m mimiiimiimi i mmiiimiimiin iiiiiiinmiiiii za>rd< Welcome Legionnaires = SERVICE STATIONS: | TAMIAMI TRAIL = 2132 S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-3466 | COCONUT GROVE 3015 Grand Ave. E Phone Ray view 1 17 %  JERVICE STATIONS: 2 MIAMI BEACH 5th at Euclid Ave. Phone 5-3427 MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Galleries Lincoln at Meridian | B DA OK MOTOR SALE I | 400 S. W. 2nd Ave. j USED CAR DEPARTMENT 1220 Biscay!* Hlvd.-Phone 2-8148 m "" '""raiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuinniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii „,,„„„ „ „„„„„;=



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Kri ,iay, October 19, 1984 }[,-. and Mis. S. Matter and fam%  iy have arrived here from the ounlainto spend the winter. The first of a series of affairs to help lilisi funils for a Taln,ud Torah building adjoining the Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, pill be a dance at the Pier, Miami Beach, on Sunday evening, Octobei 28. • Cantor Louis Hayman left last U/cdnesday for a ten-day buying tli ., ,„ \,w York City. &f Th, Jewish Welfare Auxiliary met Monday at the Mark Store Kn, Charles Greenfield, president, gave an address of welcome and \I,. Sadie G. Kose, executive sec,, l aiv made a report. Mrs. Berth:: Levy announced that gymnasium classes will begin at 9 a. m. Monday. Mrs. Larry Fay, program chairman, introduced Rabhi Jacob H. Kaplan, who spoke on "What Judaism Expects of Every Jew." Through the courtesy of Hannah Spin. Asher, Mrs. C. Mendez was presented in two Spanish piano selecti Mrs. P. Seheinberg, ways and means chairman, unnounced a card party for November, in charge it Mrs, Louis Hartz, who will be asby Mrs. Ida Optner. Elected to the Jewish Welfare Bureau !>:ii. K. s. Refreshments will be Berved and %  vill be given, a special prize /en for the most original The public is invited. • • Plan have been completed for the annual dance of the Loyalty Emunah chapter. 0. E. S., to be held in the Marine Carter's Pier, on Wednes'ening, December r >. Those are Mr. William Friedman, Mrs. Clara Fine. Mrs. Olga Schwartz, Mrs. Sydney II. Palmer, being assisted by the matron. Mrs. Lena Simon, "id the worthy patron, Mr. Albert Bacher. • • lames Florence Hachcr. Jowphine Lobazin, Annette Fine and Mis Bertha Mendelson will be d guests at regular meetm 8 of the Emunah Chapter, 0. E. Thursday evening. October he Scottish Rite Temple at k. All Eastern Stars are attend. • A meeting of the Greater Miami THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Cemetery A iation was held last Wednesday evening at the Talmud Torah Hall, when plans for the future wen ,|. A fi ""-nee committee was appointed and the date for the election of officers was set for Wednesday, October 31. David Ka.. and Fannie Weinberg were married ; ,t the home of Rabbi S. M. Machtei last Saturday night in the presence of members of the immediate family and friends. Mr. K gaged in business in Jackson, Rabbi s. M. Machtei officiated at the Bris Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon at the Victoria Hospital last Monday. Mr. Bert L. Riesner, chairman of the ways and means of the Sit tcrhood of Temple Israel, has announced plans for a Halloween tacky party to be given at 8 p. m. Wednesday, October 31, at Kaplan Hall. Mrs. Morris Plant is chairman of the event, and is being ai by a large committee. Interesting plans are being made for an evening of merriment, with old-fashioned dame-. Halloween games ami other entertainment. The calendar includes: (Jet. 31, Halloween tacky party; Nov. 14, afternoon card party; Nov. 2S, dinner-dance; Dec. 12. afternoon card party; Dec, 26, evening theater party; -Ian. 9, evening card party; Jan. 27. night club event; Feb. 4, annual birthday luncheon; Feb. 14, congregational Sisterhood dinnerdunce; Feb. 22, garden party; March 13, afternoon card party; March 19, Purim play; April 10, traditional Seder dinner; May 6, installation luncheon. The Sisterhood has undertaken aits major project for the year, the support of the religious school, and the proceeds from every event will be used for the maintenance of a paid teaching staff for the ichool, and the purchase of whatever books and supplies may be necessary to cany out the enlarged pn gram of the religious school work. • Miss Florence Iiadanes of Miami i:. ach lefl for a trip which will take her to Chic am. and N'ew York. where she will be the guest of relatives and friends. October 10, 1934. Mr. j. i.ouis Shochet, The Jewish Floridian, P. O. Hex 2973, Miami, Florida. Dear Sir: This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of October 5, addressed to Mr. Jacob Landau, who at the present time is in Europe. Frankly, we were under the im"ii that you were quite familiar with the work the Jewish Telegraphic Agency is doing, but apparently the tone of your letter seemto indicate to us that we have Keen mistaken. For your information, we have bi en receiving similar reports as you have from people of the South a,id have been making every effort t>. not only stop Rabbi Wiesel in lii> activities, but have wired ti our attorney, Mr. Aronovitz of Miami, instructions to prosecute him. The attached clipping will definitely indicate our position in the matter. It appears that this Rabbi Wiesel was employed in securing subscriptions for the Jewish Daily Bulletin, and took it upon himself without any knowledge of this office to also solicit funds for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, for some insane reason. It would appear to us that if you had been familiar with the Work the Jewish Telegraphic Agency had accomplished during these many past years, and what they are accomplishing at the present time, instead of asking us fol a denial or story, that you would write to us informing that such an individual as Rabbi Wiesel is operating in the South on a gross misrepresentation, instead ot questioning our integrity and affording us an opportunity of telling our side of the story. The integrity of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency has never been questioned since its inception, and i unnot understand why at this t me there should be any doubt in your mind as to its present status We believe that you would do most g'.d for Southern Jewry by simply publishing a copy of the enclosed notice in your paper. Very truly yours, JEWISH TELEGRAPHIC AGENCY II. II. OSCHAY. HOY SCOUT NEWS TROOP 6 The meeting was opened at 7::1U with the blowing of "Assembly," after which the troop was lined up by John Kronenfeld, officer of the day, in patrol formation for the presentation of the colors and pledge to the flag. Inspection was then conducted by the troop leaders, assisted by Committeemen Levin and Coret, and Drill Mai tor Lavigne. Following inspection the troop was dismissed for patrol meetings, during which the review of elementary first aid in preparation for the American Legion convention duty was continued. Several Scouts passed first class tests. After patrol meetings a game of First Aid Baseball was played unde; the direction of Assistant Scoutmaster Kahn. During the business meeting Mr. Lefkowitz announced a whittling project for next week. The reading of the bulletin and announcements was followed by the introduction of Mr. Donald Lavigne, new troop committeeman, who spoke a few words on the value of drilling as a means of instilling discipline. The meeting was closed promptly ul 9 p. m. with the circle formation for the Scoutmasters Benediction, followed by "taps." While the troop was in session, a troop committee meeting was held, during which Mr. Karl War field and Mr. Donald Lavigne were piaced on the committee, Methods of raising funds f or the troop were discussed and plans l.-id for a parents' get-toge her and dinner in the near future. JACKIE SEITLIN, Reporter. AJalta Me—Chlldrea !• Box Of fir. Opens :8 P. M. Bandar Sunday-Monday, Oct. 21-22 NORMA SHEARER ROBERT MONTGOMERY "Riptide" For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All 8ectlona of Missal PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 N. E. First ATOM* STARTLING FACTS (Continued from Page 1) mentioned. In some instance! there have been turned over to your representative, funds collected by communal leaders for German relief, and these checks have !„ en used for your purposes. I have it. further, on the story of your own representative, Rabbi el, that these misrepresentations have been made with your full knowledge, and distinct approval, though he did say thai your circulation manager has obie, ted tO these methods. I have had similar reports from other publishers, and 1 do feol rather strongly thai if these are true, and some ol the thai the matter should be called fac tg there can be no doubl to th, attention of the public However, I am going to afford v„u the opportunity of telling your ,, %  the story. For that reason i shall await your reply by ;|| ,„.,;, letter, of course, reserving t h c right to publish your reply. Very truly yours, THE j EW isH FLORIDIAN. .1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Publisher. For Awnings call Kraft Mi: ''i Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 M \n Good Stores v„k for NK VORK BREAD NOTICE Rabbi A. S. Wiesel now in the South, is no longer connected with the Jewish Daily Bulletin and has no authority to accept payment for subscriptions. II, is not and never h&, been authi ri/.ed to represent the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in any capacity. THE JEWISH DAILY BULLETIN. May we, most regretfully, deny rather emphatically the assertion, "the integrity of th. Jewish Telegri.phic Agency has never been questioned since its inception." Has the gentleman forgotten the exof the methods used to gather news, and the collection of funds, written by David A. Brown, chairman of the United Jewish Ap1 cal during war days, and now publisher of the American Hebrew and Jewish Tribune? More, however, next week. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish orthodox Congregation sponsored a benefit bridge last Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Mbsea Pallott and Mrs. Morris Kotkin as hostesses. Prises were awarded lor high scores and iv: M Bhments were served. CINDERELLA BAKERY "Bakt af Putter" Large Coffee King* 10c White Mountain Kolli, Saturday Only, Doien 5e Sponge Cake, I'ound Loaf 15c Cuatard Plea. 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Pag* Two THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, October 19. i 934 l %  1 1 I. Junior Hadassah entertaineJ with a formal reception and bridge a" the Robert flay Hotel Monday evening. In the receiving line were Miss Hana Mack, president of Junior Hadassah; Miss Pauline L;'.sky. MisBeady Ooldeiihlank and Miss Ida Safer. The program, built around a classical theme, included a reading entitled "Nell Gwyn," by Miss Adele Segall; piano duet. "Zampa," by Miss I.asky and her sister, Miss Betty Lasky; Mr. Harry Simonhoff. as truest speaker, and Miss Mack and Miss Ida Weinstein, president of Junior Council, in short addresses. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky and Miss Safer presided at the refectory tables, where a pastel color theme was carried out. Prizes in bridge were won by Miss Esther Bloch. MisBetty Greenbtrg and Mrs. Barbara Green be rg. Others attending included Mrs. Jasper Cromer, Mrs. Sol H. Rottort, Mrs. Harold G. Tobin. Miss Viola Katz. Miss Mildred Berg, Esthi Cromi r, Miss Natalii Pallot, Misses Kuth and Charlotte Davis, Miss Eleanor Mink. Misses Mimi and Charlotte Furman, Miss Esther Rosenga % %  •:.. Miss Vivienne Mi-Mildred I>r'ieen, Mi • Bertha Leibovit, Miss J > %  sephine Kilman. Miss Beck Nash, Mrs. Sadye '• %  Rose, Miss ence Tomases, Miss Anita Bernstein, Miss Gertrude Neham, Miss Belle Tannenbaum, JVh-. Lillian W'ucher, Miss Ruth Mannis, Miss Beatrice Silver, Miss Millicent Rubin, Miss Goldye Miller. Misses Sylvia and Selma Rayvis, Miss Ruth First. Miss Ida Engler, Mrs. Leo Chaiken, Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Phillip B. Lefkowitz, Mrs. II. Kcrzen, Misses Peggy and Helen Grtenwdd, Miss Esther Greenberg, Miss Fay Taylor. Miss Ida Cole, Mrs. Ann Schweitzer, Mrs. A. M. Sheffer, Miss Rene Newbtrg, Miss Beatrice Stern. Mrs. II. Shenkman, Mrs. Julius Washer. Mrs. David Rosenbloom, Miss Ruth Konik and Mrs. Sophie Zohn. • • Mr. Jacob Richman returned from a combined business and pleasure trip to Philadelphia. I ... The Senior Hadassah is spon. soring a membership tea on Monid.ip. October J'.'. at 3 p. m. at the I home of Mrs. P. Scheinberg, 1777 IS. W. 12th st. The chairman of the affair will be Mrs. Barney Weinkle. membership chairman. All members and friends are asked to atti nd, • • • Mr. I. Miller, former communal worker of New York City and now .. resident of Miami Beach, recently returned from a trip abroad, he visited relatives and :-. While there he tOUrod tK greater part of Europe. He to take an active part n th communal life of Miami Beach. • • Mr. and Mrs. I'avid Goldstein returned to Miami Beach from theii summer vacation, which wa< nl touring the North. Thi ieg islai mi eting of the Jun1 Hindi of Jewish Women was held at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Ponce de Leon Hotel. Plans for forthcoming activities were di.-%  % %  %  ;. with Miss Ida Weinstein, '.'.. presiding. The first social activity of the club was the formal tea Sunday afternoon in the lounge of the Everglades Hotel. Miss w. instein Burdine's Buttons and a buckle can "make" your dress A doz. Belts Buttons Don'l think of buttons aa mere detail of dressmaking. It's often the main poinl of interest, and metal buttons are the mode of I Inmoment. 1.00 to 2.25 A metal belt may assure a bright future for your frock. The pattern sketched is very Silver and tfold. 1.00 BURDINE'S. BEI UMI FLOOR imed the guests in a brief address, and talks were given by Mrs. Rose Miles. Miss Hanna Mack. (president of the Junior Hadassah; Mrs. Sadie a card party at night; on November liS, a food sale; December '•'. (hanuka Play; December 16, Chanuka dinner; January 13, congregational [dinner, and in the latter part of January a card party will be Riven, the exact date to be announced later. On February IT. a theatre party; February 24, the annual birthday parly of the Sisterhood; March 12, a Purim Dinner Dance; I April 14, a picnic, and on May 1, an installation luncheon. • The regular meeting of Junior Hadassah will be held on .Monday, October 22, at the Young Men's lb biew Association building, s. W. 1'ith ave. and 5th ,-t, starting at S o'clock. Plans for the play to be given the first week in December under the direction of Opal Eduard Motter of the University of Miami, will be discussed. Plans fc'the Turkey Trot, to be given Thanksgiving night under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sol Rotfort, will also be discussed. An extremely interesting program will be pii sented and refreshments will be served. All members and friends air asked to attend. .dr. and Mrs. H. II. Miller, L186 S. W. 5th -t., have as their house Mrs. R. Lewison of Chicago Heights, 111. -;. >;< Mrs. Milton Weiner ami daughti i. Barbara, returned to the city la.-t Wednesday after having spent ummer visiting relatives and friends in and around Hartford, (.inn. Returning with them was Miss Ann Weiner, who will spend ;li winter here with her brother ;,"


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Page Four THE JEWISH FI.OK1DIAN Friday. Octobei ; XX( Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder nd Director. (Udiu STMKOC of Amirici SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. iv. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1934 No. 11 ** Living a Religious Life" Scripture Reading, Psalm XXIV. Versee 1-5. Inclusive I have recently seen BO much mistaken substitution of words for deeds iii the field of religion thai I wonder if people generally understand the purposes and intention of religious training and thi meaning of the expression, "Living .1 religious life." My selection of the scripture reading from Psalms iprompted, this morning, by ;i desire tci offer a text thai musl IK acceptable to all denominations and creeds. Psalms is a common meeting ground. In describing those who "maj ascend the hill of the Lord, and who may stand in His holy place." the psalmist does nol mention thi server of ritual, the dogmatist, th cercmonialist. He speaks of one who is clean, pure, honest and hi rable. Only such an one is de serving of a place with God. In Genesis we find two examples: "And Enoch walked with God; and he was not: lor Good took him." "These are the generations of Soah; N'oah was a jusl man and perfect in his generation, an.I Soah walked with God." Again no find that the I,old appeared to A brain" and said unto him. I am the Al mighty God; walk before me and l-e thou perfect." To grasp the full meaning of tin phrase, "walking with clod." we turn to Amos ami read. "Can two walk together, except thev U agreed?" I; follows, therefore, that those who walk with God anof one mind with Him, are agreed on the proper sort of life to lead. Ill the casi Enoch and Noah we note that ill that was cxpecti then was justice, humility and perfection >f conduct. The psnln ther emphasis to this practice athe mi II I have m.t Christians who fincerelj believi • only through Christ. Hut. even then, t is not the i the avowal of faith in the Sa> It rather, I I like life. To those Christians who are desirou their Jewish friends h> waj I want I nay, in the words of Heinrich Heine, wh \. "\ Je become a true Christian, I of another .leu ." You ... enighted heathen," if you believe that oft insure you an > 1 iivitat.on to JI seal right hand. I: Is barel) poss I do 1 -.. hut. it is barel) possible that such undei takings cou I it to bet vantages among conl -• ..• Walking with God, meanloving all men as He mu showing sideration for theii ne< Is and wants, Living a religious life meat wi .so loudly praise m hymn and song, praise of the Lord an I refuse t in our daily prat I %  • %  An old Jew A ho con! morning at .1 sj 1 no'.us • • ton wen: an man whi strand contribute I some sma he refusi I to give anything :: anything, li Treifah l.non-kosher 1 %  the food." So, becaus bidden bj thi ritual, this "i. l-fi • %  • That's not Some years ag and it was my ferred to rm A mei dress an I tion, I found a fa 1 tute. iii a cold house, tn 1 •/.aid. I Jewish. I knew that 1 relief WOI kl It by theii wi born child had i relief was withheld barber, manage I I tized. If that's n Cod. I'm to •' 1 could cite you religion do not But, time will the following, bui "You cun talk about your chu you can mumbll ay. • Bl you can go 1 can toss yOUl groan 'amen' I your breath until take in all the raf won't buy a bunk up then -" %  F thing like a loseni the heart, and nevi cash; it's Or force with threatof hell; it's Bl the tides, and it lives w ill its sphere there is no that steals upon the heart like ghouls of night. I measured by your bll w< f gtace. nor thai you'll see Him face to face; ,1 isn't rated by the times you how your head in prayer, nor by the coin you give to save the heathens over there; it Isn't certified to by the gloiy songs you sing, nor by a pretense that you hope to some day spread a wing.and -oar above the meaner things of life, and wear a crown, and twang a harp in thai far place from whence the stars look down. For you've got to learn humility, and practice it the while; you've got to meet the tests of time and meel then, with a smile; you've got to do your par! In all the hectic things of life, and take your share of woe and griel and ,,,,,. B „d trial and strife; you've gol '.o learn that life is real, and that your job's right here, and now's the time to claim your joy right on this mundane sphere, for joy and peac. and bliss may all be claimed on earth's fair shore and a heaven you can't have down here Is not Worth dying for. During the we.d; the following ; f/'milieu havi returned to renew neir acquaintances here: Mr. and Mrs. I. B, Kogen, Mr. and Mrs. J. I .1.. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Donsky and Mr. and Mrs. V. Pace and son. II. Rosenblatt, Temple Beth A "umber ol friends oi the conSt. Petersburg At the Friday night services ng at 8 o'clock, Rabbi WH 11,1 m I-;', will speak on the theme: "Should a Religious Man Join an Organized Institution of Religion?" This sermon will be dedicated to thut vast army of the unaffiliated. Sl.turday morning servicewill ri oi 10:30. I,a-I week the Sisterhood, und< the leadership of Mrs. Max Goodkind, president, met for tin tnst fall meeting. A review of '..-: year's activities and a sum.!'.. of future work for the or .•ion was discussed. BeH number of members will return during the next two weeks ion was made to call anmeeting the last week of 'lit h. have written to inform R-abbi Rosenblatt of their early arrival. The religious school of Temple Beth Kl ha 1 1 onvened for tinyear iani regular .-<•--i m are being held every Sundaj morning, beginning a! 10 o'clock. Rabbi Rosenblatt has prepared a new curriculum for the children and a year of fruitful study in Judaism is anticipated. The Subject of Rabbi A. s. KU infi Id's sermon tinFriday evening a 8 o'clock at Congregation H'nai Israel, 921 9th -t.. N'.. will be "Faith and Religion The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid THOMSON & McKINNON Members New York Stock Exchange MIAMI OFFICE: Sixth Floor First National Hank Building Telephone 2-7601 GIVE-UP BUSINESS FOR CLIENTS OF EXCHANGE MEMBERS SOLICITED i LP Best of line Latest Books Judaism as a Civilization b) Mordecai M. Kaplan The bonk awaited for twenty years by that large portion of Jewry which has been stimulated by Dr. Kaplan's bad thinking and speaking upon racial problems. $.VO0 Lord Heading And His Cases b) Derek Walker-Smith \ iv id Details of the most exciting and baffling Knglish trialof recent years; and of the part played in them by KufuIsaacs. England's great barrister. $3.. r .O Full Flavour by DeriLeslie The outstanding fiction success of the Fall season. "As certain to win readers' hearts a"t'aialrade" did as a play."—Chicago Tribune 12.50 The Jews in the Modern World by Arthur Kuppin An authoritative study of social and economic changes which have affected the Jews within recent years; of the causes of such changes and the trend. $'>.00 Laughing Their Way by Martha Itrucre and Mary Heard A collection, by two noted authors, of the best examples of feminine humor in all its forms during the last hundred years. $4.00 Four Generations by Naomi Jacob Gripping, poignant, unforgettable both as a story and as a literary achievement is this novel relating to the saga of the Gollanti family. $2.r.o At All Bookstores, or Direr! From The Macmillan Company NewYork c i 19, 1934 Society of Congregation n/ na j j :. el held their regulai n last Tuesday evening, 1 at which time election : officer, took place as follows: Ml Goldberg, president ; Mrs, p Rothblatt, vire-pi, sidi JJ„ Belle Hormer, treasurer, and Mr I!. Vosim. secretary. [„ tallation ol officers will be held • %  Thurj. daj evening. October 25, Dennis Hotel, with Ral \ Kle nfeld as guest p< The Judaic Council hel u %  meeting last Monda Ut Which time the | cers were elected: Mrs. Every, lyvident. president; .Miller, vice-president; ,: Green, treasurer, and Mi 1 nenbaum, secrecary. of officers will he held daj afternoon, October 24, with luncheon at the Nikko I For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-OS30 Classified GARAGES ROLLINS ft Bor.r.a Specializing in General Motor Repairs, Wheel Aligning, Brake Lining, Etc. 146 N, W. 6th St. Phone 14441 MILLWOKK Millwork, Screen Windows and Spindle Doors; Cabinet Work LEE NOVELTY WORKS 221 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-74C9 MATTRESSES II \MI.YN MATTRESS CO. 1158 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-4856 Din cl from Factory studio Couches Box Upholsterers and Reno ROOFING ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1919. Inspections and Bstima 222 \. W. 26th St. Phon. GROSSMAN'S HOTEL New Jersey Avenue. 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wJewish Fiaridlafi FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. N i: MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1934 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around the World Resignation <>f Jewish Councilman \,|,| (n Tangle Over the Belection of Jerusalem Mayor in the midst of distween Jewial Palestine govi runout the appointmenl of a f Jerusalem, Daniel if the BIX •' %  Jerusalem city council w a bombshell into !,.by anhis resignation. AI avi ii" reason for his action, Aust i %  • ment within ;. II:resignation followed ,, conference he had Commi iioner < ampplore ili" po sibility of Jew amayor of Ji rusaI'I'I isly Auster, an I I he othlembera of the Jerusa Isaac Ben Zvi, • "haini Samuel Eden, Abraham and Joseph Hachmashdei ided to rail upon thi Startling Facts Come to Liuht The Truth Must Out An Exchange of Letters Speaks lor Itself Noted leaders Think of Subsidies and Charity Collections What In ord on their ami M II ibbi, if pica for help, 1 lie Agency on 'he that the repi j were not mi tally act:! ie I s i n e vi inworld t" proteel '!: %  • in Ji v ... and that nen actini manj pogroms • n perpetrated ami .. men, women ed. Thi *PP a J w : we ignored these compl until an opportunity for a investigation had been afli .1. Thi.Hal.hi (Rabbi A. S. w formerly of Jacksonville, Fla.) ar. in .Miami to act as cantor during the High Holy Hay-. Between Rosh Hashono anil Yoin Kippur we learned that Rabbi Wietoi had gone to West Palm Beach, whi re he enlisted the active aid aim support of both the Rabbis of thai city and hail made a canvass of the business men of that town. On -sonic of his trips he I aaccompanied by one of the most estimable communal workois of the city. On his return to Miami he obtained letters of endorsement from three of our local Rabbis and accompanied by a Miami Jew began his rounds of Miami. We confronted the gentleman with the story ... He unhesitatingly admitted everything Certainly he was out collecting for the Jewish Teleegraphic Agency ... and undoubtedly he was tilling the people that it was ft* tin cause of Judaism that it wat more important to contribute and help the J. T. A. than to help the German Jewish Relief Agency that in several Alabama towns he had persuaded the heads of German Jewish Relief Agencies to en dorse checks (they had received f-i the relief fund) over to him To the protest that his behpvior was in violation of every rule of common decency, that we could not believe the J. T. A. would stand for it, he replied : "That's a joke. Mr. Jacob I.in d ,, knows about it and told me : money by any means i ..•• I,, fairness, may it now b .-aid that according to the tleman's -tory the circulation me-iThia decision was reached onference between the incilmen and represent•Inhading Jewish n\>::tutioil It is reported that the followers of Ragheb Xashashibi, incumbent Arab mayor, who was as a candidate for the council by Dr. II. F, HI Khaldi, are to a Jewish mayor. I he negotiations in connection with the appointment of a ir w have given rise to a crop 'f rumors and denials. The Doar assertion that Ben Zvi told Commissioner Campbell that the .lews would be satisfied with •' vice-mayor was promptly denied ." Ben Zvi, Another rumor alJ.'"i that Moses Shertok, memthe Jewish Agency Executive, had made a deal with the government by which Jerusalem would nave two vice-mayors, one a Jew "mi the other an Arat>. This report drew from Manahem Issish"in a sharp attack on Shertok. 'he latter, however, denied being •' party to such an agreement and littisted that he is in accord with 11" Jewish demand for a Jewish Mayor, Y M. H. A. Dance Reports Progress Pi ogres of t he third annual Men".Hebrew iation, to be held at the B --•%  i (iolf and Country November 8, was reporti il on at the meeting of the or.! ion last Wednesday night. Among those taking part in the discussion were Mr, Murry Gross. who gave a splendid talk reng the responsibilities of the dual members to make this iiffair the success it should bej Mr. il Pallott, who reported on the of the program committee, and Mr. Sol Rotfort, who rcd on the progress of the enlinment committee. An ancement was made that Chet as le's orchestra has been sele evening. Mr. Abe Ara appointed as i-o-chairof the refreshmi nt committee, together with Mr. Sam Blank. Ml -is. Sam Shindel and flyman '.pte were appointed co-chairmen oi the gate committee. dl U ordered him to disregard those protest -. An atti mpt by the Rabbi to cash several cheeks made to the J. T. A. elicited the story that since i hecks of the J. T. A. for his commission have been returned beCiUSe of insufficient funds he was going to be certain of his ro!l (Scroll of Law) in bis name. This ChofetZ Chaim Sefer Tora'i v ili be deposit ed in a special ark at the Synagogue near his grave. Within the same ark will al pll cod a golden book which will 11 ntain all the names of subscriber and participants. The proceeds of -this enterprise will go toward the maintenance of thi ucational institutions which the reviled saint had been instrumental in founding. The American committee con• of prominent Rabbis and out:; nding laymen. The chairman iMr. Hirsch Manischewitz; Rabbi Moses M. Yosher, secretary; Mr. Samuel Kaufman, treasurer; Messrs. Harry Schiff, Jacob Kastenbaum, Irving Bunim and Rabbi Samuel Greneman are the other executive officers. The office is l at 276 Fifth Avenue. New York City, under the name of Chofetz Chaim Memorial Society. The Chofetz Chaim, whose real n innwas Rabbi Yi-roel Meier IlaCohen, published his first book in 1873. He derived his name, •'Chofetz Chaim," from the title of this book. In this work the author describes calumny and slander i-s the main source of all human evil, from which he expounded the religious and ethical principles of Judaism and for which he gained renown and distinction the world ever as scholar and foremost authority on Hebrew law. That his piety and saintllncss gave him universal recognition can be best shown by the fact that during the war when he had been a refugee in Russia, he was esteemed and respected also by the atheistic communists. IIUIIMItllllllillllMMII. Announcements •MltllllllHIIMIIblllinUIIIIIIIIHMMUIIMIMIimtMMIIIIMIIItllllHIUUIIUHIMa. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 11 lonservative) 139 8. W. Third AM-. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Late begin tonight at s (.'clock with Mr. Harry Gordon, nen aking durRabbi's absence. His subject will be "I rael's Destiny." Nathan Wroobel, assisted Beth I (avid choir. il! chant the traditional hymns. Saturday i n iirvici B:30 with the Junior I %  10:30. rent/. Scheinbi rg will act as the Juni ir Rabbi ai il N. Ginsbui a the Junior ( antor. The singing will be under the direction of Cantor 1. Kaminsky, CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) ill Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Annual Election To Be Held At the meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, which will be held at the Synagogue Tuesday evening, October 28, at 8 o'clock, plans for the activities for the coming season will bo formulated. The newly formed brotherhood of the congregation will formally begin to function at this meeting. All young men inteiested are asked to attend. The important business of the evening will be the election of officers for the coming year. All members are requested to attend. Friday i vening sen ices beg-.n at 5:30 o'clock. Saturday mornrvici at 8:30, with Cant ir Boris Schlachman chanting and Rabbi Rosenbloom preaching in i iddish on the portion of the week. Sunday school meets Sunday morn1" o'clock. Hebrew school daily at 3 p. m. An announcement regarding the starting of late servici will be made shortly. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Friday evening services begin at ."it.'iu o'clock. Saturday morning services begin at 9, with the Rabbi preaching in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Sunday morning the Sunday school will begin its sessions at 10 o'clock. Talmud Torah classes meet daily at 3 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 187 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Regular Friday night services begin at 8:15 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "The Preamble to the Constitution of the American I egion." The public is cordially wi iconic. The Sunday school opens Sunday at 10 o'clock. month immigration schedule. So great is the demand for immigration certificates to Palestine that the Jewish Agency has been compelled regularly to ask the Palestine government for advances on future schedules. Shakeapearc in Yiddish I', lie-line Issues 1,200 Immigration Permits on Future Schedule Jerusalem—The Palestine government today advanced 1,200 Immigration certificates to the Jewish Agency for Palestine against the regular forthcoming fourMoscow—Goethe's "Faust" and Shakespeare's "King Lear" have teen translated into Yiddish by tW( Soviet Jewish writers. Ezra Fininberg, who worked on the translation of "Faust" for ten ytars, is said to have retained Goethe's style and lyricism faithfully in his rendition. The Yiddish text of "King I ear" was written by S. Halkin.


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Friday October 1!', 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pag • Thrt THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVER! FRIDAY by Ihi JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING < n P. 0. BOX 2S7.1 Miami, Florida EDITORIAL OFFICES: K l S W lith Avrnur .1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor HIKI> K. BHOCIIET, Circyhtten M.,,,,,, (ANTOK BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Phone 2-1183 PbMM a-1113 %  '-' %  '-, „: l v.: r %  • :::.'. %  .v,::r. HKST PALM BEACH SAMUEL S( HUTZEB Repre entative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN R prosentntive ST. PETERSBI BG MRS. MAE Bl NJAMIN utive I'AMI'A MRS. M. ii. KISLEB ative university program WHS enjoyed, 111 adcast from Washington, D. C, where the Senior Hadassah was in national convention. Later a wiener roast waa held around a cemp fire. Mrs. ('. Shumcs announces the age of her daughter, Esther, to Hyman Lazarus, son of S, Lazarus, on September 19 in St. AuMr. and Mrs. Lazarus left Saturday night for a trip to .Miami, and on their return after October 21, will make their home here. The GLOOM CHASER When in doubt, listen to your wife. WEST FLORIDA III SIX ESS AGENT S. (i. AROSON 4209 Central Ave., Tampa. Fla. sii Honthi Onr Vrar SUBSCRIPTION SI. 00 Jl'.OK Vol. 7 No. 12 IKHi U OCTOBER l, 1934 Mr. and Mrs. Max Mirkis announce the birth of a son on Wednesday, October 10, in St. Luke's hospital. Mrs. Mirkis, prior to her marriage, waa Miss Mollie S( lamer. Mrs. Ben Stein, president of the Jacksonville chapter of Hadassah, thi women's Zionist organization of America, represented the local unit at the twentieth annual convention of Hadassah. held October 14 and 16 at Washington, D. C. The louder a man talks the easier it is not to believe what he says. The pace that kills wouldn't be so bad if it killed only the pacemaker. Most men are willing to start something for the sake of an argument. One day's exercise with a wood saw is worth two weeks of physical culture. A woman runs almost as fast when she sees a mouse as a man does when he hears a baby erying. Some people are so egotistical that they imagine everybody they meet is glad to see them. Money tor American Refugees Allocations Committee if tin I'n ted Jewish Appeal, which the Joint Distribution 1 and the American Pal Campaign, will shortly have nted i" .' the necessity of >n a di mand that a subim of money be set aside an Jewish refugees who to America. Those "p to the suggestion base their • %  II the specious ground that a general assumption that n( y raised in this count! V • :it exclusively in Europe lie. It i very doubtful) i, whether that n pr< wpoint of American Jewish itors. [f there arc in this countrj several hundred refugees in lie. d of relief and who ; e assisted in economic n tation, there is no reason why should be considered lesa rthy of aid than their co-religionists who may have gone to II Hand. France or I ivakia. 'IIK very meager sum of $50,000 is proposed for thia American work. r not too large a part of the budget of the Appeal. The camn might be wise in stri tl if phase of its work and thus ai rati the raising of funds. The United Jewish appeal is far from itnational quota of $3,000,II.II. despite seven months of fundns activity. The .lews of this trj anno) responding as I romptl} and agenerously aa should. Maybe the empha.: irk for refugees in th'a country would stimulate a greater -I than at present seemto • in this uniquely urgent campaign. Girls admire promising young men, hut everybody else prefers those who pay cash. When misfortune reaches a man's door she walks right in without knocking. Tin regular meeting of the Jun: Hadassah was held Tuesday ng at the home of Mrs. Ben Chepenik. The high lights of the Junior Hadassah convention, held recently in New York, were given b} the delegates, Misses Florence Cohen and Molye Mi/.rahi. A beautiful story of the tenth anniversary celebration of Meier Shfe\. h. Junior Hadassah supported cidony, waa read by the cultural ci'airman, Mrs. Sue Baiter Becker. Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Lew have returned from their wedding ti ip and are now living in St. Petersburg, Fla., where Mr. Lew is engaged Sn the retail furniture bi'sini --. Mrs. I.ew was the former Miss Lena Stein of Tampa. A Leipzig doctor has developed "antikenatoxin," a substance into, ted in the skin to relieve faligue, brought on by trying to remem her "antikenatoxin." The cable companies pick up a pretty penny just from correspondents who feel impelled to add that the assassin of a king was a fanatic. Mussolini says that every girl must marry and every young man will have to learn to fight. In that order. Jacksonville News No. I of Temple Ahavaa 1 I Sisterhood is sponsoring a card party at the beautimple Home in Riverside with \. A. Rothschild, chairman, I -. Raj Benjamin, co-chairm Tuesday, October 23, at in. There will be a cake Refreshments will be served prizes awarded. a:i extended visit with friendin mi. England has named a hoard to determine why the popularity of the herring has waned. That's easy, but how is B. O. in a herring to lie corrected? In the game of mushroom hunting there is no record of two erlors being made by the same fielder. Architect Mumford believes the trend is away from skyscrapers. Many pharmacies are already cutting their special sandwiches from s : x stories to a lesser number. That old-fashioned onion syrup never cured a cold, but it fought off countless friends with cures. Mrs, E. H. Steinberg has returned to the city after a visit of three months in Canada and New York City. Workmen's Circle Branch .1 hold a banquet and re honoring Mr. S. Soffian of York al itnew home. 311 S. IV. Bth Bt., Sunday, October 21, ; p. m. All are invited to at Mr. Soffian arrived today ume charge of the Yiddish which will be held daily ing next Monday, from 3: 10 %  p. m. Activitiea of the organization recently with the opening the new home of the organizeA library of more than 800 nes of Yiddish literature ; l! %  available to all Infa rested. The meets ever} Sundaj <\ • It offers to itmembers the Bl services of Dr. I!. Sale a well as other benefits. In remonthi n haa been active in boycott of German made merdise. \n interesting event of the week was the card party given by Daughters of Israel Wednes, a> evening in the Jacksonville :. Center, sponsored by MrsM. Wexler, Mrs. M. C. Kaaa and Mrs. O. Magezis. attractive prizes were awarded fo. high score at each table. Miss Birdie Katz has returned after a visit of two weeks in NewYork City, Boston, Mas-., and rly, B. I. A girl golf champ refuses a film company's offer to make a talkie of her game. Maybe her voice is changing. Teacher—If a motorist averages Sin a day for gasoline, $8 for repairs and $I> for fines, what is the car costing him monthly? Hoy Nothing, ma'am; he's got a rich father. Mrs. Irving Salsbury has left fi i a visit of B few week visiting ,,i New York City With relatives and friend-. Mrs. Neal Flnkelstein left fo> The Pi Alpha uub is sponsor, he given on Sun thj night. November 18, at the i on Third and Silver sts. \ novel floor ahow has hen .„ the affair. Tickets „. be obtained from the followmembers: Miasea Helen Shato -kv. Belle Navin, Eva Wernicof£ Bess i e Liebman, Ruth Price, Uoae Sentler and the sponsor |f| ore nce Nabin, and mascot, Hen ( „rnot. The public ii invited to I The mxl meeting of the C | u b will be held at the home of Ruth Price in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Reevea ent ,. rtained Sunday at their home l„ Mandarin honoring 24 membera and prospective members of Junior sah at an all-day picnic. Mtel an inspection of the grounds .,„. Reaves estate, group pic ,„,,._ W ere taken, and games were N ,. (i card,and other entertainment feature, were enjoyed. \ presentation of the Hadassah Mr. and Mrs. Adolph M. Seck|.„h of Chicago have arrived and arc visiting with Mr. Seckbach's bn ther and siater-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i. M. Seckbach of 907 S. II ime ave. Mrs. 11. M. Seckbach .., ompanied the visitorto Miami. Tampa -ection, National Council „f Jewish Women, held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday aftern i at :! o'clock at the University of Tampa. The hoard „., preceding the regular meeting at 2:lg o'clock. Th( Diner—What do you mean by putting that soiled plate before me? The Servitor That's not a soiled plate. That's the half portion beef Stew yOU ordered. Mr-. Homebody—I've noticed that a pound of your hulk coffee doesn't anywhere near fill one of yi ur pound cans. The Grocer—You'll not find that trouble again, madam. I'm just getting in some new-sized pound i an-. A St. Paul woman claims she has taken neither food nor drink for seven years. Probably been consuming spinach and green beer. A hick town is one whose ball players grew up in it, or at least saw it once or twice before they joined the local club. Dyspepsia is the parent of many disagreeable qualities. One good excuse is better than a thousand poor ones. Things that are easy to do are si ldom worth the effort. The green grocer usually acquires a lot of ripe experience. If a girl can make a man jealous it's a sure sign that she has him going. Few men look pleasant while beinj' told their faults. A good man isn't necessarily a desirable neighbor. The mother of a convict smuggled two pistols to him in a can marked "baked chicken." A guard who likes baked chicken could have thwarted this. It's easy to impose on a man who has a good disposition. The bes< man in a controversy is the one who does the most listening. '! hi' former Duke's (Tuh of Tampa m et recently and reorganized as the M. D. Club, with Rabbi Adolph Burger as sponsor, and ; s a department of the Y. M. H. A. It consists of a group of young Jewish hoyfrom 19 years and over. The purpose of the club is educational and recreational. They meet every Monday night at the V M. H. A. The officers are: President, Mr. Ken Weintraub; vice-president, Mr. Morris Gor-j don; secretary and treasurer, Mr. A he Rosenfarb. The reorganization meeting of the Caballero Club was held last Tuesday evening at the Y. M. H. A. Officers elected were as follows: President. Buddy Aronovitz; vice-president, Sam Kotler; secretary, Samuel Weber; treasurer, AIbert Segall; club reporter, Phil Haimovit. The club discussed a fishing trip, same to be held in the near future. Donald Solomon was voted in the club as a new nvmher. Demand Lithuania Berall Medical Ban Herbert Eeinberg, son of Mr. Bl .1 Mrs. Sam Eeinberg of 811 East G.ddens ave., will be Bar Mitzvah at service! Friday night and Saturday morning at Bodoph Sholom Temple. Kaunas — Lithuania's complete exclusion of Jewish students from the medical school of the University of Kaunas was sweepingly condemned by a Jewish medical delegation, which appeared before the university senate. Drs. Gorfunkel and Kinkelstein demanded that the senate immediately restore the rights of Jewish students and open the doors of the medical school to them. University officials promised to consider the question at a special session of the faculty of the medical school.