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

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

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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf
[Vol. *No- 3!
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1935
Price Five Cents
ewish News
Around the
World
)r. MagnM1 Resignation Admitted
ii,. (WNS-Palcor Agency)
that Dr. Judah L. Magnes, chan-
Llloi of the Hebrew University
\ Jerusalem) had submitted his
, inn us head of the school
kg revealed here at a conference
If representative! of the Society
If the Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
fcrsity, assembled here in connec-
lon with the meeting of the Zion-
\\ Congress.
In. Wcizmann and Menahem Us-
Ighkin were the speakers at the
inference, which is a prelude to
le nutting of the board of gov-
ernors of the university to be held
ti September 8th. At that time
kr. Magnes' resignation will be
p.. ussed, it was said.
World Zionists I Human Relations
Meet at Lucerne Institute Meets
l.udcndorff Blames Jews for
Japanese INationalisni
jMunich (WN'S)The ludicrous
|nirths to which the Nazis go in
Inning international hatred of
kc Jews was again demonstrated
tie when General Erich von Lud-
irff charged in his fortnight-
paper, "At the Holy Well of
man Power," that the Jews are
lliberately fostering chauvinism
Japan in order to inculcate the
6 se with the idea that they
y world mission and then to
blshevise the nation. According
Ludendorff's fanciful theory, the
w dm to stir up nationalism
k here to its zenith in order
1 cause the various nations to fall
I ach other and thus pave the
ky tor Jewish control of the
b rid.
sent to Build World (enter in
Palestine
[Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
[) A world center for the Ma-
nic- movement is to be erected in
[rusalem, it was announced here
the Grand Lodge of Free Ma-
li- of Palestine. The lodge has
luired 80 dunams of land on
ount Scopus and an additional
P"11 dunams near the colony of
Itach Tikvah. These are to be
fuelled out among the Pales-
h' members, each to be entitled
:i hits of from three to ten
Blams. The Grand Lodge also
pounced that a fund has been
' lied to grant loans without
lerest to members for building
I1 in Palestine.
Lucerne (WNS) (Palcor Agen-
cy)As the Zionist Congress en-
tered upon its second week it was
believed certain that except for
some unexpected turn of events,
this congress will elect the broad-
est possible coalition. The support
of the American delegation for
such a program has been practical-
ly assured. The Mizrachi, too, has
indicated that it will be willing to
co-operate, inasmuch as the La-
borites at their caucus meeting ex-
pressed an attitude on the ques-
tion of religious observance that
will probably satisfy the Mizrachi.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann is giving se-
rious consideration to an invita-
tion extended to him by a dele-
gation of the Labor party and
General Zionists A that he stand
for the presidency of the World
Zionist Organization.
Meanwhile the apparently
smooth progress toward reconcil-
iation of the parties at the con-
gress was interrupted when the
Mizrachi voiced its determination
to continue to abstain from all ac-
tivities at the congress until it re-
ceives B satisfactory and definite
decision from Labor regarding re-
ligious observance in Palestine.
The Labor group asserted that it
is prepared to make every conces-
sion, but will not agree to sanc-
tions I penalties). American dele-
gates received important places on
several of the leading committees.
Rabbi Silver, Mrs. Rose Halprin
and Abraham Goldberg are on the
important political committee,
while the political committee for
the Diaspora includes Dr. Stephen
S. Wise and Miss Jean Greenstein.
Mrs. Alexander Lamport was
placed on the labor committee;
Morris Rothenberg and Mrs. Ed-
ward Jacobs were named to the
Williamstown, Mass. (WNE)
Without attempting to take any
official stand on anti-Semitism,
racial discrimination or any other
form of prejudice, the first annual
Institute of Human Relations,
meeting here under the auspices
of the National Conference of Jews
and Christians, launched an effort
to make a scientific study of the
causes of religious, racial and in-
ternational conflicts. Dr. Hver-
ett Clinchy, executive director of
the National Conference, sounded
the keynote of the institute when
he declared that the problem of
confronting it boils down to "how
can people who are unlike live to-
gether harmoniously and co-oper-
atively?"
While the Institute was await-
ing a report on the Mexican sit-
uation prepared by a committee
consisting of a Catholic, Protestant
and Jew, it was reported that an
effort to get a speaker from the
German embassy had failed, al-
though assurances were given that
no attack would be made on the
Hitler government.
The importance of adult educa-
tion in building a world of humane
i i-lul ion.ships was stressed l>y I >r.
Harry A. Ovcrstreet of City Col-
lege. A plea to inaugurate a pro-
gram of co-operate study and ex-
perimentation by Jews, Catholics
and Protestants to restate the In-
terests, rights and responsibilities
in the education of their nicmchci s,
the necessity for some satisfactory
integration of religion and educa-
tion without violating the prin-
ciple of separation of church and
state, united child character build-
ing and the affirmation of the
rights of churches and synagogues,
as agents of the parents to share
in the time of the child allotted
for formal education was voiced
Jewish Doctor Hillel Directors
Will Aid Blind Will Confer
central steering committee (per-
i. \ _;,. M.,,-,, by Paul I). Kddy of the Interna-
manent ausschuss); Morris Maigu- '
, ., u d..i,_ tionul Council of Religious r.duca-
lles and Mrs. Harry Berkman ot ^ tt _c u n
Chicago were put on the organi- jtlon-
zation committee; Judge Julian W. ''
Mack and Miss Juliet Benjamin
fsey Court to Study Kashruth
laws in $5,000 Suit
Atlantic City (WNS)The en-
ode of kashruth will be
fashed out in the Atlantic City
knty Circuit Court when a
1000 damage suit brought by
pnard Black and Joseph Gross-
In, owners of the Blackstone Ho-
againat Samuel Rosenberg, a
|nl butcher, comes up for trial.
le hotel owners charge that Ros-
<>erg sold them 171 so-called
per chickens which the hotel's
kshgiach found to be un-kosher.
were named to the finance commit-
tee; Mrs. David de Sola Pool, im-
migration committee; Mrs. Gross-
man and Miss Thelma Goldfarb,
health committee.
During the general debate Ab-
raham Goldberg of New York,
speaking on behalf of the Ameri-
can delegation, proposed that the
British government, as the man-
datory power for Palestine, should
enter into a pact with Germany
providing special facilities for the
settlement of 200,000 German Jews
in Palestine. Israel Seiff, Lon-
don philanthropist, who was large-
ly responsible for the $2,500,000
Dr. Harry Lurie of the Bu-
of Jewish Social Research
emphasized the need for stressing
the economic factors whfch are
fundamental to group relations.
He said that "a social system which
is striving desperately for equilib-
rium on the basis of existing eco-
nomic principles is a tinder box
which may explode smoldering re-
ligious and other prejudices."
Odd Fellows Form
Jewish Lodge
Next Monday, September 2nd,
Labor Day, the first Jewish Lodge
of Odd Fellows will be instituted
at Odd Fellows Temple, 400 N.
loan obtained last November by I \\\ Second ave., beginning at 2
p. m., with Mr. E. J. Kirk, grand
Close to half a million persons in
the United States with less than
2 per cent of normal vision will
have new hope of visual rehabili-
tation, increased activity and inde-
pendence through a new optical
device, the "Micro-Vision Specta-
cles," which ;Dr. Willinm Fein-
bloom, a Jewish Research Fellow
of Columbia University, demon-
strated for the first time last Sun-
day at the fourteenth annual meet-
ing of the American Academy of
Optometry in New York. Several
years ago Dr. Feinbloom invented
a telescopic lens which aided in
bringing sjght to persons with as
little as 2 per cent of normal vi-
sion. Now, as a result of still
further research, Dr. Feinbloom
has developed a means of helping
another considerable group of near
blind whose vision is even less than
2 per cent of normal, but who
have light and form perception.
Ordinarily classified as totally
blind, members of this group are
usually condemned to inactivity,
psychological maladjustment and
economic dependence, from which
a large percentage in the future
can now be rescued.
In demonstrating the "Micro-
Vision Spectacles" l>efore members
of the academy, Dr. Feinbloom pre-
sented one of his patients, Isadore
Cohen, 46 years old, a practicing
attorneyof Brooklyn, who became
practically sightless at the age 'if
twelve years, following a serious
illness and numerous operations.
NOW, after two and one-half years
of visual rehabilitation training
with the aid of the spectacles, he
is able to read ordinary news print.
The results in this case, which
presented extreme difficulties,
open up untouched fields for visual
rehabilitation.
A graduate of Columbia Univer-
sity in 1928, Dr. Feinbloom began
his specialization in the field of
sub-normal vision immediately aft-
erward. He first recorded that the
psychology of near-blind persons
is different from that of normal
Individuals.
In 1981 Dr. Feinbloom was
elected president of the New York
Academy of Optometry for one
year.
Cincinnati, OhioEvery con-
ceivable subject of Jewish student
interest will be discussed at a con-
ference of all ten directors of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations to
be held in Martinsville, Ind., Sep-
tember 4 and 5.
Alfred M. Cohen, president of
B'nai B'rith and head of the Hillel
Foundation Commission, will de-
liver the welcoming address.
Greetings will be given by Dr. I.
M. Rubinow, secretary of the or-
der and of the commission.
Various Hjllel FoundaMon di-
rectors will present the following
subjects for general discussion:
"The Jewish Student and Voca-
tional Guidance," by Rabbi Mau-
rice Pekarsky, Cornell; "The Prob-
lem of Campus Radicalism," by
Dr. Max Kadushin, Wisconsin;
"Personal Service on a Campus,"
by Rabbi Martin Weitz, North-
western; "Propaganda in the Uni-
versities," by Dr. A. L. Sachar,
Illinois, national director; "Social
Welfare Projects," by Rabbi Sam-
uel Cook, Alabama; "Promoting
Better Understanding on the Cam-
pus," by Dr. Bernard Heller, Mich-
igan, and "Making Traditional
Services Attractive," by Rabbi
Morris Kertzer, Illinois.
Seminars will be held on the fol-
lowing subjects: Psychiatric prob-
lems among Jewish students; mor-
ality on the campus; the student
loan fund; student government of
the Foundation; Hillel publications
and publicity; inter-Foundation
projects; the speakers' bureau;
credit courses and their operation;
using a Hillel training after grad-
uation.
In addition to those named
above, the following will partici-
pate in the conference: Dr. Lee J.
Levinger, director of the Hillel Re-
search Bureau, and Rabbis Harry
Kaplan of Ohio State, Abram
Goodman of Texas and Ephraim
Fischoff of Penn State, the three
newly appointed Hillel directors.
N. Y. Cantor
To Chant Here
the Keren Hayesod from Lloyd's
Bank, presented to the congress a
concrete plan for a national loan
of $25,000,000 to be used for fur-
ther colonization.
This alleged fraud, the complain-
ants assert, not only forced them
to destroy all cooking utensils used
in preparing the non-kosher fowl,
but seriously damaged their ho-
tel's reputation as a kosher es-
tablishment.
master of the order for the state
of Florida, assisted by the grand
warden, Mr. H. B. Beattie of
Homestead, in charge of the cere-
monials. Selected degree teams
will confer the four degrees of the
order upon the members and this
will be followed by a dinner in
honor of the grand lodge officers
and the degree teams. The com-
mittee of organization and institu-
Services at Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue, Miami Beach, tonight and
tomorrow morning will be chanted
by Rev. M. Neamches of New
York, who will arrive here this
morning. Cantor Neamches is the
possessor of a lyric tenor voice
and is a graduate of the New York
School for Cantors. Rabbi Rosen-
bloom will speak briefly at the
Saturday morning services.
tjon consists of David Lesnik,
chairman; Philip M. Lcvi, Robert
Bern, Joseph B. Schwartz and Da-
vid Goldstein. Those desiring to
become affiliated are asked to call
2-6087.
Husband Shoots
Young Wife
Palm Beach, Fla., Aug. 27.
George M. Tobe, aged 45, of New-
York, shot Mrs. Annette Dunn
Tobe, his estranged wife, this aft-
ernoon about five o'clock.
The shooting took place in a
local store on Clematis st., where
Mrs. Tobe was employed, the shot
hitting Mrs. Tobe in the abdomen.
After treatment at a nearby drug
store, she was rushed to the Good
Samaritan Hospital, where she was
operated on, and her condition
after the operation was declared
not to be serious.
Mrs. Tobe is only sixteen and
married Mr. Tobe, whom she met
in Belle Glade, where she lived
with her parents, about six months
ago.
Mrs. Tobe returned to the home
of her parents here several weeks
ago. Last week Mr. Tobe came
here and instituted suit for di-
vorce.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, August ISO, 1935
The sixteenth Southeastern Con-
ference of the Workmen's Circle,
largest Jewish labor fraternal or-
ganization in the world, will be
held at Chattanooga, Tenn., on Sun-
day, Monday and Tuesday, Septem-
ber 1, 2 and 3. A number of dele-
gates from Florida will attend and
participate in the deliberations.
Representing the Miami branch of
the Workmen's Circle will be Mrs.
Leon Elkin.

Mis. Leon Elkin left Wednesday
to attend the conference of the
Workmen's Circle at Chattanooga,
Tenn., next week. Enroute she
stopped at Jacksonville to attend
the celebration tendered Mr. M.
Savitz, secretary of the Jackson-
ville branch of the Circle, who cel-
ebrates his fiftieth birthday anni-
versary this week.

Mr. Harold Greenfield returned
this week from a buying trip in
, New Ynik, where he took an ad-
vanced course in interior decorat-
ing. IK- resumed his position with
the Maxwell Company.
*
Mr. Louis Leavitt returned Tues-
day from a combined business and
, pleasure trip in the North.

Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, president
of th4 Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, returned Sunday night from
1 an extended vacation in New York,
Jacksonville and Daytona Beach.
*
At a recent board meeting of
Junior Hadassah, plans were made
for a studio party on September 9
at the home of Miss Sylvia Rayvis.
Miss Rosalyn Daum, chairman, will
be assisted by Miss Ida Safer, Miss
Anita Silverman and Miss Ida En-
gler.
Guests will attend in costume
and a studio theme will be carried
out in the decorations.
* *
Mrs. J. B. Margolis entertained
Burdine's

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with a luncheon in honor of her
brother, Ike Gordon, and a group
of visiting members of Tau Epsilon
fraternity at the University \>i
Florida. The guests included Ed-
ward Serkin, New York; Irving
Gordon and Joes Fields, Miami;
Philip Selver, Jacksonville; Si
Coper, Tampa; Martin Segal, Or-
lando, and Alex and Robert Rob-
bins, Gainesville.
1
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin and
daughter, Dorothy, of Atlanta, Ga., j
left Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga.,
to spend several weeks with their
son, Robert, who is a freshman at
the Georgia School of Technology.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leavitt an. I
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Bessie Lee, to Mr. Irwin
Krick, son of Mrs. A. Krick of At-
lanta, Ga. All friends are asked
MISS BESSIE LEE LEAVITT
to attend a reception at the home
of the Leavitts, 160 N. E. 43rd St.,
Sunday, September 1, from 8 to 10
p. m. Miss Leavitt is a graduate
of Miami High school and the Pratt
Institute of Brooklyn, N. Y., and
is a popular member of the young-
er Jewish social set. Mr. Krick is
engaged in the mercantile business
in Atlanta.
*
Miss Bertha Machtei returned
to Yonkers, N. Y., by boat on
Tuesday, after having spent her
vacation with her brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs. S. M.
Machtei.
* ?
Tau Epsilon Phi Alumni Club
held the fourth of a series of semi-
monthly luncheons Monday at the
Seven Seas. Present in addition
to the members of the club were
a number of high school graduates
who will enter the University of
Florida next month.
*
At the meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Lodge questions of joining
the German boycott and protest-
ing against the Olympic games
participation were discussed. A
committee to consider these mat-
ters and communicate with the
district grand lodge officers was
named. Plans for a membership
drive were announced and a com-
mittee to direct this event will be
headed by Mr. M. L. Marcus.
Eleven new members were ad-
mitted.
* *
Because of the dance being given
by the Y. M. II. A. Sunday night
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
postponed its regular card party
scheduled for that evening. The
benefit card party will be held
Sunday evening, September 8th, at
the home of Mrs. Nathan Adelm'an
1421 N. W. First st with Mrs'
A.lelman and Mrs. Max Rappaport
a8 the hostesses. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The
proceeds will be devoted to the
Talmud Torah Fund of the Con-
gregation. The public is invited
to attend.
*
Mis. S. Augustine and daughter,
Mrs. A. H. Predinger, had as their
house guests their son and broth-
,,-. Dr. L. S. Augustine of Tampa,
who was accompanied by Mrs. Au-
gustine and their daughter, Shir-
ley. Dr. Augustine returned to his
home this week, accompanied by
his niece. Miss Margie Predinger,
who will spend several weeks with
him.

The engagement or Miss Bernice
Bluestein, daughter of Mrs. Jo-
seph Bluestein of Charleston, S.
C, to Mr. Edward Clein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein of this
city, was announced this week.
Miss Bluestein is a graduate of
the Meminger School and the Col-
lege of Charleston. Mr. Clein is
associated with the Florida Power
& Light Co. at Miami Beach. No
date for the wedding has yet been
set.
*
The first strictly kosher barbe-
cue to be held in this section will
be that of the Young Men's He-
brew Association this coming Sun-
day, September 1st, beginning at
10 a. m. at Hardie's Casino, Miami
Beach. The meats will be pre-
pared in southern barbecue style
and served to the public. Drinks
and other refreshments will be
sold to the public. The proceeds
of this affair will go to the build-
ing fund of the organization. Fol-
lowing the barbecue and all-day
picnic, a dance will be held the
same evening at the Pier, Miami
Beach, for which an admission
charge of only fifty cents per cou-
ple will be made. The public is
urged to attend both of these
events. Games will be played un-
der the direction of Milton Fried-
man. Boris Schlachman, ajcecu-
tive director of the organization, is
being assisted by a committee of
the members of the organization.
A gala festival and ball is ),e.
ing sponsored by Beth David Sis-
terhood at the Royal Palm Club
Sunday evening, September 8th
beginning at 9 o'clock. In charge
of arrangements is a committee
headed by Mrs. Sol Rotfort as
chairman. She is being assisted
MRS. SOL ROTFORT
by Mrs. Harry Oliphant and
Messrs. Sydney H. Palmer and
Jack August. Admission is only
$1.00 per couple and tickets may
be obtained at Palmer's Shoe Store
or Dempsey's Shoe Store. A num-
ber of entertainers from local
night clubs will assist, in addition
to the regular floor show.
* *
Miss Mildred Clein returned this
week from a visit to Mobile, Ala,,
Charleston, S. C, and other points
north.
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Friday. August 30, 1035
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Phone 2-5304
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EDITORIAL OFFICES:
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CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
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Entered al ernnd class matter July I. I'l30. at the PoM Offir. at Miami Florida
under the Act of March 1. 1R79.
ST. PETERSBURG
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WEST PALM; BEACH
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TAMPA
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 19S8
Vol. BNo. 35
V
STATEWIDE NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards and
family of Jacksonville are at their
cottage at Jacksonville Beach.
Their daughter, Hilda, has at her
guest Miss Bertie Bigelman of
Jacksonville.
W. Silverman and son, Lionel,
and N. Silverman of Philadelphia
are the guests of <). Silverman.
The 'Merryfidlows Club enter-
Cemetery Jews
We have met all kinds of Jews in our time. We have met
the German and the Russian Jew, the Roumanian and Aus-
trian Jew, the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jew, but
not until recently have we met what can only be termed the
"Cemetery Jew."
This creature is devoid of feeling for his fellow men .
he is afraid to open his mouth in protest, no matter what. tatoed with a stag supper in hon-
or of Mr. Oscar Verkauf, who will
be married to Miss Rosa Free-
man August 29th. Mr. Verkauf
is a charter member of the club
and was entertained at Rubin's
restaurant last Sunday night. The
committee in charge <>f arrange-
ments consisted of Alex Bokor,
Louia Simovitz and Jack W-eis-
man.
Plans are made for an "After
Election Dance" to be held at the
Tampa Notes
A junior choir is being formed
under Ihe direction of Rabbi
Adolph Burger to sing during the
services of the High Holy Days at
the Rodoph Sholom Temple.
Practices take place every Sun-
day morning at Rodoph Sholom
Temple at 10 o'clock and Tuesday
evenings at 8 o'clock. All boys
and girls from the ages of 1"> are
cordially invited to join, according
to Rabbi Burger.
Among the younger set who have
been attending are Marjorie Se-
gal, Mildred Stoun, Helen Haimo-
vi^, Saiq Kotler, Sidney Duliin,
Sam '.Argintar, Psful lHaimovitZ, left nothing undone to secure the
Albert Segal and Phil Haimovitz. best talent that Jacksonville pos-
---------- Besses for the evening.
Six tables were in play at the A nominal fee will be charged,
bridge luncheon given for the ben- The entire proceeds of the affair
efit of the Tampa branch of the will be given to a worthy person
National Council of Jewish Worn- of this community for the purpose
en recently at the Clearwater
Beach cottage of Mrs. Jerome Wa-
terman and Mrs. Isaac Levy,
(iuests arrived in time for a swim
in the gulf before luncheon, and
bridge games occupied the after-
noon.
Jacksonville News West Palm Beach
The Junior Progressive Society
scholarship dance will be held at
the Florida roof garden at 12:01
o'clock September 2, Labor Day.
The entertainment committee has
of continuing a college career.
A most important and needed
step was taken by Palm Beach
Lodge No. 1146, B'nai B'rith. at
their special meeting last Monday
night when the lodge voted to es-
tablish a Jewish book shell' in the
West Palm Beach Memorial Li-
brary, lo be known as the B'nai
B'rith Jewish book shelf, for
which sanction had already been
granted the lodge through the
quick work on the part of the
committee composed of Mr. Sam-
uel Schlltzer, chairman; Dr. Bar-
ney Blicher and Al Gasper.
Mrs. Harold Moss and daughter.
Mrs. Hilda Moss, and son, Jack,
who visited relatives here, left
Tuesday for their homes in Chi-
cago, accompanied by Miss Elinor
Ruben of Miami, who will stay
with the Mosses in Chicago.
Mrs. Mack Hirschberg is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hirschberg of
Atlanta at St. Simon's Island.
Mjss Edith Schwartz returned
after a two weeks' visit in New
York, Philadelphia and Washing-
ton.
wrong there may be perpetrated upon his fellow beings .
he is inhuman and looks for every excuse, no matter how
flimsy, so ihat he may keep his mouth shut Talk about
the fawning "Mah Yoffis" Jew .. our "Cemetery Jew" tran-
The American Israelite, fodnded in 1854 by the late
Isaac M. Wise, in no uncertain terms last week denounced
all those who took part in a celebration in Cincinnati where
Hitler songs were sung and where aspirants for public office
aUendcd. It definitely urged that these men be kept from
public office.
Dr. I. M. Rubinow. secretary for the International Grand
Lodge of B'nai H'rith. in no uncertain terms last week defi-' lam',a ^acht an nitely minced no words and bitterly attacked those who in "" llus,lav n*ht- September 3rd,
the slightest aligned themselves with any form of Nazi prop- at 1,:!0 clock- Arrangements for
. j announcing Bhe flection (returns
The American Hebrew directs attention to the fact that
it was the outcry against holding the Olympic games next
year in Berlin, echoed and re-echoed throughout the Anglo- ? S*"* Sl,11 schman,
Mi. and Mrs. Bennie Setzer and
children of Jacksonville returned
to the city today after spending a
month at Jacksonville Beach.
I.ouis Hertzberg and Julius Lie-
bowitZ returned to the Beach alter
spending some time in the North
on business.
at 9:80 o'clock.
announcing tlhe
are being made by the dance
committee, consisting of Mr. Ir-
Jewish, Catholic, Protestant and daily press of the United
States, that PREVENTED A POGROM IN BERLIN follow-
ing the Streicher inflammatory harangue recently.
But what matters all this to our "Cemetery Jew"? Be
he an officer in a Shul, the leader of a lodge, prominent mer-
chant or vehement rabbi, when it comes to the question of
boycotting German made goods, protesting against taking
* L I \ i A 1)__A'_ .!.._- ..*...I.*.. 1 l> .. m* n a n 4 iikiinl'
Jack Weisman and Dr. Leon
Schwartz.
Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Marcus new-
lyweds, have recently moved to
Tampa and are making their home
at the Wilkist Apartments. Dr.
Marcus was an Interne at the
the cemetery.
The time has come in our glorious state of Florida that
we, too, act as men and become an integral part of the Jew-
ish people throughout the world. Thesei;"Cefery Jews Herbert and Har..... ai
must either be resurrected or completely disregarded! Even a few ^^ at Treas
as bone joined bone, flesh began to cover them, and the I, Is|;im| H(>ach_ ^ ^.^
Franklin Square, L. I. (WN'S)
|A warning to the Steuben Society
o Bhun the Nazi movement in this
"iinlry was sounded by Gustav H.
I^eibolt, chairman of the New York
tate Council of the Steuben So-
K'i'ly of America, in an address
at the annual picnic of the Kings
wOunty and Nassau-Suffolk dis-
trict councils of the organization.
although the picnic was attended
!l> a detachment of the American
National Socialist League, who
tarried the swastika, Weiboldt
irged the Steuben Society to shun
Foreign entangling alliances and
Headed for the perpetuation of
free speech and free assembly.
New York (WNS)Emulating
the example of the Hotel New
Yorker, the Hotel Astor has can-
celled plans for allowing the Ger-
man-American Technologists Asso-
ciation to hold its annual conven-
tion and dinner In the hotel Au-
gust 'H to September 1. The Ho-
tel Astor cancelled the associa-
tion's booking after it received nu-
merous threats from anti-Nazis
that if the convention was held
there ^demonstrations would fol-
low. The Hotel New Yorker re-
fused to permit the association to
meet there because it feared the
display of the swastika, even in
a private dining room, might pre-
cipitate a riot.
breath of life was instilled and once again they became real
and living in the days ol the prophet, so must these toda>
become once again vitalized there cannot be, there must
no longer be within our midst these "Cemetery Jews."
Ralph Myerson, 41, former Jack-
sonville business man, died sud-
denly in a Jackson, Miss., hotel
following a heart attack, accord-
ing to an Associated Press dis-
patch.
Myerson, representative of a mo-
tion picture film company, accom-
panied by Mrs. Myerson, had gone
to Jackson on a business trip.
(Continued on Page 4)
A benefit card party sponsored
by Sisterhood Beth El was held
Sunday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. Goldberg. The party
was well attended and a neat sum
was realized for the congregation.
Refreshments were served.
The Tuesday afternoon bneefit
bridge tea sponsored by Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood was held at the
home of Mrs. Philip Bulesky. The
and enjoyed by all present. Deli-
cious refreshments were served.
Mrs. Bella Moss returned to her
home after a six weeks' vacation
in Chicago, where she visited with
family and friends.
Mrs. Samuel Bryan has returned
to Jacksonville after spending six
months here as the guest of her
mother. Mrs. B. Chardkoff.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hirsch of New
York are the guests of Mrs. Mor-
ris Scadron, enroute to their home
from a t'|jr of California and
Mexico.
Y. M. H. A. NEWS
The next Amateur Night pro-
gram will be given on Sunday
evening, September 8th, at 8
o'clock. All talented persons who
desire to appear on the program
may communicate with Director
(Continued on Page 4)
St. Petersburg
Congregation B'nai Israel, 1089
Arlington ave., A. S. Kleinfeld,
Rabbi, will hold Friday evening
services at 8 o'clock and Saturday
morning services at V. Sermon on
the weekly portion of the Torah.
During the Saturday services the
first Yahrzeit will be observed of
the late Kliezer Rabinowitz, who
died last year at Jacksonville,
Pla. His two sons, Frank and
Albeit, and daughter, Mrs. Harry
Cordon, are residents of St. Pe-
tersburg and are affiliated with
Cong. B'nai Israel.
On Labor Day the Ladies' Auxil-
iary and Aid Society will sponsor a
summer festival and picnic at
Treasure Island, Schuster's Pa-
vilion. Meals and refreshments
will be served any hour of the
day.
Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146,
B'nai B'rith, met Monday night at
the home of Mr. Sam A. Gold-
stein on Thirtieth st. Very impor-
tant B'nai B'rith matters were
discussed. Mr. Joseph Mendel.
former mayor of West Palm Beach
and active communal worker, was
added to the membership of the
lodge.
The Wednesday afternoon bene-
fit card party of Sisterhood Beth
El was held this week at the home
of Mrs. Harry Greenblatt. Sev-
eral tables of bridge were enjoyed
and prizes awarded for high score.
Delicious refreshments were
served.
Mr. Charles Zuckerman of Del-
ray Beach left Sunday for a three
weeks' vacation and business trip
to Atlanta, Baltimore and New
York.
Mrs. Mary Schrehnick of 414
Eighth st. is ill and abed at her
home and under care of the fam-
ily physician. Mrs. Schrehnick,
the oldest and one of the most
active communal workers here, is
beloved by the entire Jewish com-
munity of this city. Her many
friends hopefully pray for her
quick recovery,
Mrs. Evalyn Fyvolent, Florence
Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mogil left for a trip through Flor-
ida and other states. They will
return next month.
The Judaic Council will resume
its regular meetings the second
Monday in September.
Mr. Sam A. Goldstein, one of
the most active local B'nai B'rith
men and member of the executive
board of District Grand Lodge No.
5, will be host to the local Palm
Beach Lodge No. 1146, B'nai
B'rith, at their next regular meet-
ing, to be held on Monday evening
(Labor Day) at the Club Savoy,
providing an evening of entertain-
ment, dancing and refreshments
for the members and their wives
after the meeting. Mr. Goldstein
is the managing proprietor of Club
Savoy.


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Page Four
EdlUd by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
fMiUar rU EHlialoi. *U41o Srwaar* mt Aaaariaa
SUNDAY MORNINGS____________ WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
SERMON DELIVERED ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, IMS
"The Chosen People"
Scripture Reading, Exodus, Chapter MX. Verses l->. Inclusive.
Attention to the Jews ..- the "< has rei
directed by the inquiry :' a non-J
: tural yv t atl ited to God Fi
students through >ut th(
turkey for thi
which t" rewa tted Biblica
this, tant it
pi
"Yi
This is th(
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i'es, I unli -- an -1
nation." But. perhaps, I shou
11
nitson i n-Ji -:. will me, musl
Jew makes these
everj onin n tj hi h he ir.h .
I am nol equences ol
I bel I am in tl .
the Jew witl 11 ecaus I that, shown 1
ISO] wl

honest effort, to modify their attitu le.
n, in this i w thon 1
I
I lay myself open to -
I will admit tl..
y .
wait until he has the cl
walls, bel since I ust thi- medium
only for 11 ai hing my people, and,
I may taki nister
Idling," I must,
Thi i again, it is i
shou! I know that I
condom I by J ...
f his God; i _
teachers, Thi
"musHor."
ailing in the
irage i
.

'
I
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r from I
that s
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I am discussing 1
lals professing adl
I
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Does thi
and con-
ent from 1
andals, pu the J
I it zealou
teeped in'mat
'
resu na train i W h an
u :,! prii lecency and moral obligations d
t to stand between 1
nject in thi luct of rel irious affair-V Whal
do thi i thi n itati .- ai f th wh I a
their .re?
A "kii f priests and an 1 .'".' How may one deti
any trace of that? It excusi that others which
rhere is no justification in the fact th t h i-
': -; that it i- trying to be honest and just and decent. If
cant live by the de; if you ha ichings i f
Judai! in all fairness and should als
le." You can't act lik. Z i
the ri
Judaism I lay clain
pie,' !iut f.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, August 30. 1935
Of inti st Miamians is the
f the
ween Rob-

1 inty, and Sidney
- Mr. and Mrs.
Sega Jiami Jew-
Bol Taylor will as-
sume his duties as county solic-
on September 12th. Mr. Segall
1- a graduate of Northwestern
sity Law School and is an
worker and director of the
V. M. II. A. The firm will oc-
thi Biscayne bldg.
Ask for New York Bread
At All Good Stores
Tampa Notes
(Continued on Page 5)
S : Fli is an (of WDAE), care
V. M. H. A.
- 1on-
Ktensive im-
'-.:.
hi .^ the
't in this s I South.
women on
at-
.re in-

SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog.
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock <>n Sunday morning
on "God "f the Heathens." There
also -a I! be prayers, scripture
ion i>"N. in ad-
dition to the sermon. The Bermon
will deal with the Fatherhood of
I
at 8
will take place in the late fall.
Mr. Berel' :.- a lawyer in Kan-
a- City. Mr> !- past president of'
N 1. 184, Indi pi ndent Order
B'nai B'i :-.:.: mander of
h Liebman Post No. 118 of
American Legion.
;. 1 ; I 'inochle
1 : the
. :V.
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Miss Hattii Slott, prominent
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V- A influenci
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'. "n of 'ay lea Men shou
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He was a f Jacksonville,
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-. in-
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G. tile world will not begrudge us that designation. We must so live
that all will recognise US as the nation who has accepted the spiritual
heritage of a "kingdom of priests and an holy nation." '
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Bucky an-
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Miss Ruth Jean Levy of
Kansas City, Mo., formerly of
Jacksonville, to Ellas Herell, lon
of Mr. and Mis. Lewis Berell of
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lay, August 30, 1935
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Five
idge Kan Galen of Miami
rli delivered an interesting ael-
l.ist Wednesday night at the
Wng of the Y. M. H. A. on
oil Government." Plans for the
ii dance of the organization
discussed by E. Albert Pal-
chairman of the dance com-
( who reported the event
be held the first part of
ember. Executive Director
I Schlachman reported that a
ncale would be held next
In. -day evening, September 4,
t' : a brief business meet-
Taking part in the program
be .Miriam Rubinstein, violin-
Thcrcsa Rubinstein and Ger-
!)< Adams, dancers; Lou Mer-
Shirley Wallach and Vivian
Jinson in vocal selections; Jo-
, Groenberg and Harry Rose in
lish declamations, and Philip
lowitz, yiddish songs. Director
Schlachman will direct the
|ram.

A. Lubel of Mobile, Ala.,
Isiting her sister and brother-
\v, Mr. and Mrs. William
and will remain here sev-
weeks,

ft. Frances Berner returned
a four weeks' vacation in At-
, Ga., where she visited rela-
and friends.
?
Itchell Kasanof has returned
a two-year stay in the North.
Is at the home of his parents,
land Mrs. M. Kasanof, in Co-
Grove.

luncheon for the benefit of
Florida Association of Work-
for the Blind will be given
pgh the courtesy of the South-
:afeteria, 356 E. Flagler St.,
II a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Tues-
land is sponsored by the Na-
il Council of Jewish Women,
pi section. Proceeds of the
leon will be given to further
pork at the Miami Lighthouse
khe Blind, 625 South Miami
where the adult blind are
ht rug making, sewing, chair
Ig. basketry, making of leath-
Mda and Braille. While this
| local organization, a helping
is extended to all blind.
Edith M. Hirst, managing
lor, will be in attendance,
floor show will be presented
| noon to 1 p. m., while several
selections will be rendered,
npanied by piano, violin and
bet. The special committee
arge of the luncheon are Mrs.
Cohen, Mrs. Ida Optner and
[F. A. Battey, co-chairmen, as-
by Mrs. Eva Shanken and
| Freeman Jackson. The pub-
ngttd to attend. Judge D.
Wfernan is president of the
rizatlon.
?
pnard Tobin, who has been
[ing with the Garrick Play-
i Kennebunkport, Me., will
to Miami for a visit with
parents next week.
* *
and Mrs. Raymond Bain are
'ing congratulations on the
if a baby daughter at the
|on Memorial Hospital last
lesday. Mother and baby are
JK nicely.
* *
Miami Chapter of Senior
|ssah extends a cordial invi-
to Miami ladies to attend a
f imentary tea at the Alcazar
-Monday, September 9th, at
IP- m. Mrs. Barney Weinkle
I charge of arrangement?.
Mrs. Harry Rose, accompanied
by Harold Tobin, left by auto last
week for Rockport, Me., where
they will meet her sn, Leonard,
who has been studying cello under
the noted virtuoso, Felix Salmon,
of the Curtis Institute of Music.
They will return here next week
and Leonard will spend about a
month with his parents before re-
turning to his studies.
Rabbi B. D Mendell, one of the
oldest "shochtim" in this area, re-
cently became associated with the
Quality Poultry Co. at 1832 S. W.
Eighth St., as its "shoched," and
is in daily attendance to insure
that all who desire strictly kosher
poultry can obtain the same at
low prices.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cohen, long
time residents and communal j
workers of Miami Beach, celebrat-
ed their fortieth wedding anniver-
sary at the Royal Palm Club last
Sunday night as the guests of
their children. They were the re-
cipients of numerous gifts and
messages of congratulations from
relatives and friends throughout
the country.
*
A meeting of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
held Tuesday evening, September
3rd, at the Synagogue, when the
seating committee for the High
Holy Days will assign seats to the
members. Tickets will be $3 and
$5. Arrangements have been made
to take care of those unable to
pay who may obtain seats by ap-
plying to any member of the com-
mittee.
Slichos services will begin Sat-
urday evening, September 21st, at
11 o'clock, when Rabbi Julius
Washer will preach a sermon to
be followed by the chanting of the
prayers by Cantor Boris Schlach-
man. Admission will be free at
this service.
Otihe
If there's such a thing as a per-
fect screen musical, "Kid Millions,"
Eddie Cantor's new extravaganza,
which starts at the Tivoli Theatre
Sunday, is it.
The banjo-eyed comedian is fun-
nier than ever as a boy Cinderella
of the Brooklyn waterfront, who
turns out to be the sole heir of
Professor WSlson, late egyptolo-
gist, who left a fortune in buried
treasure in Egypt. The presence
of several other claimants to the
fortune makes the story fast, fun-
ny and furious. Chief of these is
Ethel Merman, as a hard boiled
song-plugger posing as the late
professor's common law wife, and
her boneheaded gangster boy
friend, played by Warren Hymer.
Ann Sothern and George Murphy
furnish the heart interest.
Lavishly produced, "Kid Mil-
lions" offers several gorgeous girl
and song numbers, among which
in another he was drenched to the
skin in a rain storm, and in a
third scene, said to be one of the
are the "Mandy" number, "Okay,
Toots," "An Earful of Music,"
"When My Ship Comes In" and
"Your Head on My Shoulder."
"Kid Millions" is a million dol-
lars' worth of entertainment and
should not be missed.
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Miss Rose Berkowitz was host-
ess at a surprise birthday party
tendered Miss Muriel Pallott on her
eighteenth birthday last week.
Many friends attended and enjoyed
the games, dancing and refresh-
ments.
*
Miss Hushie Cohen of New York
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Co-
hen of Miami Beach, her sister and
brother-in-law, for a summer va-
cation.
* *
Miss Belle Goldberg of West
Palm Beach was a visitor to Miami
last week.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro of
Beth David Congregation returned
to the city Thursday morning after
spending the summer in Toledo,
Ohio, and Kiamesha Lake, New
York.
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the director's suggestion, Joan
Crawford, Clark Gable, Robert
Montgomery, Billie Burke and
Charles Butterworth worked late
many nights during the making of
the picture in order to make this
picture the hit that it is.
Robert Montgomery complains
of the punishment he had to un-
dergo. In one sequence he was
banged up in an automobile wreck;
funniest in the picture, he is
banged over the head, falls over
an obstacle on the floor, has his
finger cut and is scratched by a
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
'

Mizrachi to
Hold Conference
The National Council of the
American Mizrachi will convene in
the city of New York on Sunday,
September 15th. At this confer-
ence the official signal will be
given to the the Mizrachi groups
in the entire country for a re-
newed and revitalized Mizrachi or-
ganization in America. The con-
ference will, at the same time, re-
ceive the Mizrachi delegation to
the nineteenth Zionist Congress
and the World Mizrachi Confer-
ence, who are expected t" return
on September loth. The delegates
will in turn render a detailed re-
port of the two historic gatherings
and it is expected that the out-
standing personalities of Ameri-
can Orthodox Jewry will partici-
pate in this annual convocation.
In his call to the leaders of the
various Mizrachi Branches in the
land, Mr. Gcllman stated, among
other thing.-, as follows: "It will
make a collosal and indellible im-
pression upon all factions of Amer-
ican Jewry if every Jewish com-
munity will on one and the same
day, September 15th, voice its de-
sire and express in demonstrative
fashion its sincere wish that the
land of Israel should and must be
built in the spirit of our Torah
and Jewish traditions. The most
important problem confronting us
at this time is to strengthen the
Mizrachi organization and increase
its membership by many thou-
Bands. A highly elevating and
most encouraging spirit of appre-
ciation anil proper evaluation of
the Mizrachi principles and ideals
is dominating the Jewish masses
of the present time. Every Jewish
heart is .-till filled with love for
Torah and Eretz Yisroel, and it
may be said with assurity and def-
initeness that no Jew wishes to see
the Holy Land being profaned by
a ,-pirit of "spiritual idolatry." We
are therefore duty bound to utilize
this propitious moment for the sa-
cred work of Mizrachi."
"Chaverim!" Let us strengthen
ourselves for the sake of our peo-
ple and the rebuilding of our land
JEWISH CALENDAR
.-,S9.">
1934-1985
First Day, Ellul Thur., Aug. 29
Slichos....................Sat., Sept. 21
Kosh Hashonah. Sat., Sept. 28
Yom Kippur Mon., Oct. 7
The Oracle
By CARL ALI'ERT
Q. How long was Leon Blank
an actor on the Jewish stage?
C. D. H.
A. Blank came to this country
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lay, August 30, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Five idge Kan Galen of Miami rli delivered an interesting aell.ist Wednesday night at the Wng of the Y. M. H. A. on oil Government." Plans for the ii dance of the organization discussed by E. Albert Palchairman of the dance com( who reported the event be held the first part of ember. Executive Director I Schlachman reported that a ncale would be held next In. -day evening, September 4, t' %  : %  a brief business meetTaking part in the program be .Miriam Rubinstein, violinThcrcsa Rubinstein and Ger!)<• Adams, dancers; Lou MerShirley Wallach and Vivian Jinson in vocal selections; Jo, Groenberg and Harry Rose in lish declamations, and Philip lowitz, yiddish songs. Director Schlachman will direct the |ram. • A. Lubel of Mobile, Ala., Isiting her sister and brother\v, Mr. and Mrs. William and will remain here sevweeks, • • • ft. Frances Berner returned a four weeks' vacation in At, Ga., where she visited relaand friends. • &f Itchell Kasanof has returned a two-year stay in the North. Is at the home of his parents, land Mrs. M. Kasanof, in CoGrove. • • luncheon for the benefit of Florida Association of Workfor the Blind will be given pgh the courtesy of the South:afeteria, 356 E. Flagler St., II a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Tuesland is sponsored by the Nail Council of Jewish Women, pi section. Proceeds of the leon will be given to further pork at the Miami Lighthouse khe Blind, 625 South Miami where the adult blind are ht rug making, sewing, chair Ig. basketry, making of leathMda and Braille. While this | local organization, a helping is extended to all blind. Edith M. Hirst, managing lor, will be in attendance, %  floor show will be presented | noon to 1 p. m., while several selections will be rendered, npanied by piano, violin and bet. The special committee arge of the luncheon are Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. Ida Optner and [F. A. Battey, co-chairmen, asby Mrs. Eva Shanken and | Freeman Jackson. The pubngttd to attend. Judge D. Wfernan is president of the r izatlon. &f pnard Tobin, who has been [ing with the Garrick Playi Kennebunkport, Me., will to Miami for a visit with parents next week. and Mrs. Raymond Bain are 'ing congratulations on the if a baby daughter at the |on Memorial Hospital last lesday. Mother and baby are JK nicely. Miami Chapter of Senior |ssah extends a cordial invito Miami ladies to attend a f imentary tea at the Alcazar -Monday, September 9th, at IPm. Mrs. Barney Weinkle I charge of arrangement?. Mrs. Harry Rose, accompanied by Harold Tobin, left by auto last week for Rockport, Me., where they will meet her s„n, Leonard, who has been studying cello under the noted virtuoso, Felix Salmon, of the Curtis Institute of Music. They will return here next week and Leonard will spend about a month with his parents before returning to his studies. Rabbi B. D Mendell, one of the oldest "shochtim" in this area, recently became associated with the Quality Poultry Co. at 1832 S. W. Eighth St., as its "shoched," and is in daily attendance to insure that all who desire strictly kosher poultry can obtain the same at low prices. • • Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cohen, long time residents and communal j workers of Miami Beach, celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary at the Royal Palm Club last Sunday night as the guests of their children. They were the recipients of numerous gifts and messages of congratulations from relatives and friends throughout the country. • • A meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held Tuesday evening, September 3rd, at the Synagogue, when the seating committee for the High Holy Days will assign seats to the members. Tickets will be $3 and $5. Arrangements have been made to take care of those unable to pay who may obtain seats by applying to any member of the committee. Slichos services will begin Saturday evening, September 21st, at 11 o'clock, when Rabbi Julius Washer will preach a sermon to be followed by the chanting of the prayers by Cantor Boris Schlachman. Admission will be free at this service. Otihe If there's such a thing as a perfect screen musical, "Kid Millions," Eddie Cantor's new extravaganza, which starts at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday, is it. The banjo-eyed comedian is funnier than ever as a boy Cinderella of the Brooklyn waterfront, who turns out to be the sole heir of Professor WSlson, late egyptologist, who left a fortune in buried treasure in Egypt. The presence of several other claimants to the fortune makes the story fast, funny and furious. Chief of these is Ethel Merman, as a hard boiled song-plugger posing as the late professor's common law wife, and her boneheaded gangster boy friend, played by Warren Hymer. Ann Sothern and George Murphy furnish the heart interest. Lavishly produced, "Kid Millions" offers several gorgeous girl and song numbers, among which in another he was drenched to the skin in a rain storm, and in a third scene, said to be one of the are the "Mandy" number, "Okay, Toots," "An Earful of Music," "When My Ship Comes In" and "Your Head on My Shoulder." "Kid Millions" is a million dollars' worth of entertainment and should not be missed. Aak f.r NEW YORK BREAD At AH Good Stores Miss Rose Berkowitz was hostess at a surprise birthday party tendered Miss Muriel Pallott on her eighteenth birthday last week. Many friends attended and enjoyed the games, dancing and refreshments. • Miss Hushie Cohen of New York is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen of Miami Beach, her sister and brother-in-law, for a summer vacation. Miss Belle Goldberg of West Palm Beach was a visitor to Miami last week. • Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation returned to the city Thursday morning after spending the summer in Toledo, Ohio, and Kiamesha Lake, New York. White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50e LADIES' HEELS 15e Atlantic Shoe Shop M N. E. First Areaaa Opp. Cortei Hotel The all-star cast of "Forsaking All Others," Metro hit starting Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre, have agreed that Director W. S. Van Dyke made a wonderful success of this picture. At the director's suggestion, Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Robert Montgomery, Billie Burke and Charles Butterworth worked late many nights during the making of the picture in order to make this picture the hit that it is. Robert Montgomery complains of the punishment he had to undergo. 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flttH %PM Page Four EdlUd by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI fMiUar rU EHlialoi. *U41o Srwaar* mt Aaaariaa SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLOR IDA SERMON DELIVERED ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, IMS "The Chosen People" Scripture Reading, Exodus, Chapter MX. Verses l->. Inclusive. Attention to the Jews ..the "< • %  has rei directed by the inquiry %  :' a non-J : tural yv t atl ited to God Fi students through >ut th( turkey for thi which t" rewa tted Biblica this, tant it pi "Yi This is th( ; %  ." ;. i'es, I %  unli -! an -1 nation." But. perhaps, I shou 11 nitson i n-Ji -:. will me, musl Jew makes these %  everj onin n tj hi h he ir.h I am nol equences ol I bel I am in tl the Jew witl 11 • %  ecaus I that, shown 1 ISO] wl • %  %  honest effort, to modify their attitu le. n, in this i w thon 1 I I lay myself open to %  I will admit tl.. y wait until he has the cl walls, bel since I ust thimedium only for 11 ai hing my people, and, I may taki nister Idling," I must, Thi i again, it is i shou! I know that I condom I by J ... f his God; i teachers, Thi "musHor." ailing in the irage i • %  %  I I • i • "0m %  r from I that s I i I I am discussing 1 lals professing adl I '• I%  Does thi and con%  %  %  ent from 1 andals, pu the J I it zealou teeped in'mat resu na train i W h an u :,! prii lecency and moral obligations d t to stand between 1 — nject in thi luct of rel irious affairV Whal do thi %  i thi n itati •.ai f th %  wh I a their .re? A "kii f priests and an 1 %  .'".' How may one deti any trace of that? It excusi that others which rhere is no justification in the fact th t h i' %  : ; that it itrying to be honest and just and decent. If cant live by the de; if you ha ichings i f Judai! in all fairness and should als • %  le." You can't act lik. Z i the ri Judaism I lay clain pie,' !iut f. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, August 30. 1935 Of inti • st Miamians is the f the ween Rob%  %  1 inty, and Sidney • Mr. and Mrs. Sega Jiami JewBol Taylor will assume his duties as county solicon September 12th. Mr. Segall 1a graduate of Northwestern sity Law School and is an worker and director of the V. M. II. A. The firm will octhi Biscayne bldg. Ask for New York Bread At All Good Stores Tampa Notes (Continued on Page 5) S : Fli is an (of WDAE), care V. M. H. A. 1onKtensive im%  • :.• hi .^ the 't in this s I South. women on at.re in%  SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock <>n Sunday morning on "God "f the Heathens." There also -A I! be prayers, scripture ion i>"N. in addition to the sermon. The Bermon will deal with the Fatherhood of I at 8 will take place in the late fall. Mr. Berel' : .a lawyer in KanaCity. Mr> %  past president of' N 1. 184, Indi pi ndent Order %  B'nai B'I :-.:.: mander of h Liebman Post No. 118 of American Legion. ;. 1 ; I 'inochle 1 : the :V. Jacksonville News AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN", Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE Miss Hattii Slott, prominent Sunday a %  NewBuffalo. While in Bufuest of honor at a tion given by Mrs. May Carroll, f f Ocala, Fla. ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Ro ifers Since 1919. Inspect! .%  and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 xpect form to thi and an hoy nation. I the high \ •. ... thei 1 tually brm il hold the banner a tion thi ight 1 '.;. ed as %  people. weakness on the part of %  VA influenci r, but injurious in its influ. '. n of 'ay lea Men shou 1 ue as examples of honor ai not 1 a th or ability t. %  He was a f Jacksonville, hut had made his headquarters at New Orleans 1 eral years. low, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. E. P. Barwald, -. including M. II. Myerson, D. P. My. Jr., Halle Cohen and Mrs. L Si itner. Mrs. Ix.-ah tfiss Kay Halle, both of this city, are aunts. the son of the late Col. and Mrs. Max My, : brother of the late Halle 1 ned here for burial. "Jacksonville's Leading Hotel" THE SEMINOLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CHAS. B. GRINER, Manager A human, home-like institution where you will find your individual comfort and entertainment a matter of great importance. A steel fireproof building located in the heart of the city. Every Room with Combination Tub and Shower Bath, Radio, Eiectric Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer Ventilation, Comfortable Beds with -Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction and Individual R e 1 d i n g Lamps. 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Friday. August 30, 1035 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Flcridian IUMU • ONLY WUH *UUT News Tower Bldg. PIIBI.ISHKn EVERY FRIDAY by thf arrangements consisted of Alex Bokor, Louia Simovitz and Jack W-eisman. Plans are made for an "After Election Dance" to be held at the Tampa Notes A junior choir is being formed under Ihe direction of Rabbi Adolph Burger to sing during the services of the High Holy Days at the Rodoph Sholom Temple. Practices take place every Sunday morning at Rodoph Sholom Temple at 10 o'clock and Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock. All boys and girls from the ages of 1"> are cordially invited to join, according to Rabbi Burger. Among the younger set who have been attending are Marjorie Segal, Mildred Stoun, Helen Haimovi^, Saiq Kotler, Sidney Duliin, Sam '.Argintar, Psful lHaimovitZ, left nothing undone to secure the Albert Segal and Phil Haimovitz. best talent that Jacksonville posBesses for the evening. Six tables were in play at the A nominal fee will be charged, bridge luncheon given for the benThe entire proceeds of the affair efit of the Tampa branch of the will be given to a worthy person National Council of Jewish Worn. of this community for the purpose en recently at the Clearwater Beach cottage of Mrs. Jerome Waterman and Mrs. Isaac Levy, (iuests arrived in time for a swim in the gulf before luncheon, and bridge games occupied the afternoon. Jacksonville News West Palm Beach The Junior Progressive Society scholarship dance will be held at the Florida roof garden at 12:01 o'clock September 2, Labor Day. The entertainment committee has of continuing a college career. A most important and needed step was taken by Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146, B'nai B'rith. at their special meeting last Monday night when the lodge voted to establish a Jewish book shell' in the West Palm Beach Memorial Library, lo be known as the B'nai B'rith Jewish book shelf, for which sanction had already been granted the lodge through the quick work on the part of the committee composed of Mr. Samuel Schlltzer, chairman; Dr. Barney Blicher and Al Gasper. Mrs. Harold Moss and daughter. Mrs. Hilda Moss, and son, Jack, who visited relatives here, left Tuesday for their homes in Chicago, accompanied by Miss Elinor Ruben of Miami, who will stay with the Mosses in Chicago. Mrs. Mack Hirschberg is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hirschberg of Atlanta at St. Simon's Island. Mjss Edith Schwartz returned after a two weeks' visit in New York, Philadelphia and Washington. wrong there may be perpetrated upon his fellow beings he is inhuman and looks for every excuse, no matter how flimsy, so ihat he may keep his mouth shut Talk about the fawning "Mah Yoffis" Jew .. our "Cemetery Jew" tranThe American Israelite, fodnded in 1854 by the late Isaac M. Wise, in no uncertain terms last week denounced all those who took part in a celebration in Cincinnati where Hitler songs were sung and where aspirants for public office aUendcd. It definitely urged that these men be kept from public office. Dr. I. M. Rubinow. secretary for the International Grand Lodge of B'nai H'rith. in no uncertain terms last week defi-' lam ,a ^ a cht an .. M* n a n 4 iikiinl' Jack Weisman and Dr. Leon Schwartz. Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Marcus newlyweds, have recently moved to Tampa and are making their home at the Wilkist Apartments. Dr. Marcus was an Interne at the the cemetery. The time has come in our glorious state of Florida that we, too, act as men and become an integral part of the Jewish people throughout the world. Thesei;"Ce !" fery Jews Herbert and Har ai must either be resurrected or completely disregarded! Even a few ^^ at Treas as bone joined bone, flesh began to cover them, and the I, Is|;im| H(>ach ^ ^.^ Franklin Square, L. I. (WN'S) |A warning to the Steuben Society o Bhun the Nazi movement in this "iinlry was sounded by Gustav H. I^eibolt, chairman of the New York tate Council of the Steuben SoK'i'ly of America, in an address at the annual picnic of the Kings wOunty and Nassau-Suffolk district councils of the organization. although the picnic was attended !l > a detachment of the American National Socialist League, who tarried the swastika, Weiboldt irged the Steuben Society to shun Foreign entangling alliances and Headed for the perpetuation of free speech and free assembly. New York (WNS)—Emulating the example of the Hotel New Yorker, the Hotel Astor has cancelled plans for allowing the German-American Technologists Association to hold its annual convention and dinner In the hotel August 'H to September 1. The Hotel Astor cancelled the association's booking after it received numerous threats from anti-Nazis that if the convention was held there ^demonstrations would follow. The Hotel New Yorker refused to permit the association to meet there because it feared the display of the swastika, even in a private dining room, might precipitate a riot. breath of life was instilled and once again they became real and living in the days ol the prophet, so must these toda> become once again vitalized there cannot be, there must no longer be within our midst these "Cemetery Jews." Ralph Myerson, 41, former Jacksonville business man, died suddenly in a Jackson, Miss., hotel following a heart attack, according to an Associated Press dispatch. Myerson, representative of a motion picture film company, accompanied by Mrs. Myerson, had gone to Jackson on a business trip. (Continued on Page 4) A benefit card party sponsored by Sisterhood Beth El was held Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg. The party was well attended and a neat sum was realized for the congregation. Refreshments were served. The Tuesday afternoon bneefit bridge tea sponsored by Beth Israel Sisterhood was held at the home of Mrs. Philip Bulesky. The and enjoyed by all present. Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Bella Moss returned to her home after a six weeks' vacation in Chicago, where she visited with family and friends. Mrs. Samuel Bryan has returned to Jacksonville after spending six months here as the guest of her mother. Mrs. B. Chardkoff. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hirsch of New York are the guests of Mrs. Morris Scadron, enroute to their home from a t'|jr of California and Mexico. Y. M. H. A. NEWS The next Amateur Night program will be given on Sunday evening, September 8th, at 8 o'clock. All talented persons who desire to appear on the program may communicate with Director (Continued on Page 4) St. Petersburg Congregation B'nai Israel, 1089 Arlington ave., A. S. Kleinfeld, Rabbi, will hold Friday evening services at 8 o'clock and Saturday morning services at V. Sermon on the weekly portion of the Torah. During the Saturday services the first Yahrzeit will be observed of the late Kliezer Rabinowitz, who died last year at Jacksonville, Pla. His two sons, Frank and Albeit, and daughter, Mrs. Harry Cordon, are residents of St. Petersburg and are affiliated with Cong. B'nai Israel. On Labor Day the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society will sponsor a summer festival and picnic at Treasure Island, Schuster's Pavilion. Meals and refreshments will be served any hour of the day. Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146, B'nai B'rith, met Monday night at the home of Mr. Sam A. Goldstein on Thirtieth st. Very important B'nai B'rith matters were discussed. Mr. Joseph Mendel. former mayor of West Palm Beach and active communal worker, was added to the membership of the lodge. The Wednesday afternoon benefit card party of Sisterhood Beth El was held this week at the home of Mrs. Harry Greenblatt. Several tables of bridge were enjoyed and prizes awarded for high score. Delicious refreshments were served. Mr. Charles Zuckerman of Delray Beach left Sunday for a three weeks' vacation and business trip to Atlanta, Baltimore and New York. Mrs. Mary Schrehnick of 414 Eighth st. is ill and abed at her home and under care of the family physician. Mrs. Schrehnick, the oldest and one of the most active communal workers here, is beloved by the entire Jewish community of this city. Her many friends hopefully pray for her quick recovery, Mrs. Evalyn Fyvolent, Florence Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mogil left for a trip through Florida and other states. They will return next month. The Judaic Council will resume its regular meetings the second Monday in September. Mr. Sam A. Goldstein, one of the most active local B'nai B'rith men and member of the executive board of District Grand Lodge No. 5, will be host to the local Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146, B'nai B'rith, at their next regular meeting, to be held on Monday evening (Labor Day) at the Club Savoy, providing an evening of entertainment, dancing and refreshments for the members and their wives after the meeting. Mr. Goldstein is the managing proprietor of Club Savoy.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Mizrachi to Hold Conference The National Council of the American Mizrachi will convene in the city of New York on Sunday, September 15th. At this conference the official signal will be given to the the Mizrachi groups in the entire country for a renewed and revitalized Mizrachi organization in America. The conference will, at the same time, receive the Mizrachi delegation to the nineteenth Zionist Congress and the World Mizrachi Conference, who are expected t" return on September loth. The delegates will in turn render a detailed report of the two historic gatherings and it is expected that the outstanding personalities of American Orthodox Jewry will participate in this annual convocation. In his call to the leaders of the various Mizrachi Branches in the land, Mr. Gcllman stated, among other thing.-, as follows: "It will make a collosal and indellible impression upon all factions of American Jewry if every Jewish community will on one and the same day, September 15th, voice its desire and express in demonstrative fashion its sincere wish that the land of Israel should and must be built in the spirit of our Torah and Jewish traditions. The most important problem confronting us at this time is to strengthen the Mizrachi organization and increase its membership by many thouBands. A highly elevating and most encouraging spirit of appreciation anil proper evaluation of the Mizrachi principles and ideals is dominating the Jewish masses of the present time. Every Jewish heart is .-till filled with love for Torah and Eretz Yisroel, and it may be said with assurity and definiteness that no Jew wishes to see the Holy Land being profaned by a ,-pirit of "spiritual idolatry." We are therefore duty bound to utilize this propitious moment for the sacred work of Mizrachi." "Chaverim!" Let us strengthen ourselves for the sake of our people and the rebuilding of our land JEWISH CALENDAR .-,S9."> 1934-1985 First Day, Ellul Thur., Aug. 29 Slichos Sat., Sept. 21 Kosh Hashonah. Sat., Sept. 28 Yom Kippur Mon., Oct. 7 The Oracle By CARL ALI'ERT Q. How long was Leon Blank an actor on the Jewish stage?— C. D. H. A. Blank came to this country in 1886 and immediately became one of the leading figures on the Yiddish stage. Even in Europe. despite the protests of his orthodox parents, he was a member of a wandering theatrical group. At the age of six Inwas a choir singer in a synagogue. Blank is credited with having been one of the first to introduce Yiddish drama in this country. He died in September, 1934, of England. He beat the world's weight lifting amateur record and in 1891 beat his own record by putting up a dumbbell weighing 108 pounch thirteen times from the shoulder. Levy was well known as a lecturer on physical culture. Q. What were some of Louis Marshall's greatest accomplishments'.'—I. W. Y. A. Marshall organized and headed the American Jewish Committee, took a leading part in the raising and distribution of $75,000,( or the relief of war victims, headed the Jewish delegation to the peace conference, resulting in the securing of minority rights for the Jews in Central Europe, brought world Jewish leaders into the Jewish Agency, and at all; times devoted his energy and strength in behalf of the broken Jewish people. Friday, Au gu st 30| ^ erence book. See your book er or write tnis paper for i n ( on tion.) 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<#*Jewish Floridian % combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf [Vol. *— No 3! MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1935 Price Five Cents ewish News Around the World ) r MagnM 1 Resignation Admitted ii,. (WNS-Palcor Agency) that Dr. Judah L. Magnes, chanLlloi of the Hebrew University \ Jerusalem) had submitted his inn us head of the school kg revealed here at a conference If representative! of the Society If the Friends of the Hebrew Unifcrsity, assembled here in conneclon with the meeting of the Zion\\ Congress. In. Wcizmann and Menahem UsIghkin were the speakers at the inference, which is a prelude to le nutting of the board of governors of the university to be held ti September 8th. At that time kr. Magnes' resignation will be p.. ussed, it was said. World Zionists I Human Relations Meet at Lucerne Institute Meets l.udcndorff Blames Jews for Japanese INationalisni jMunich (WN'S)—The ludicrous |nirths to which the Nazis go in Inning international hatred of kc Jews was again demonstrated tie when General Erich von Ludirff charged in his fortnightpaper, "At the Holy Well of man Power," that the Jews are lliberately fostering chauvinism Japan in order to inculcate the 6 se with the idea that they y world mission and then to blshevise the nation. According Ludendorff's fanciful theory, the w dm to stir up nationalism k here to its zenith in order 1 cause the various nations to fall I ach other and thus pave the ky tor Jewish control of the b rid. %  sent to Build World (enter in Palestine [Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen[)— A world center for the Manicmovement is to be erected in [rusalem, it was announced here the Grand Lodge of Free Maliof Palestine. The lodge has luired 80 dunams of land on ount Scopus and an additional P" 11 dunams near the colony of Itach Tikvah. These are to be fuelled out among the Palesh' members, each to be entitled :i hits of from three to ten Blams. The Grand Lodge also pounced that a fund has been lied to grant loans without lerest to members for building I 1 %  in Palestine. Lucerne (WNS) (Palcor Agency)—As the Zionist Congress entered upon its second week it was believed certain that except for some unexpected turn of events, this congress will elect the broadest possible coalition. The support of the American delegation for such a program has been practically assured. The Mizrachi, too, has indicated that it will be willing to co-operate, inasmuch as the Laborites at their caucus meeting expressed an attitude on the question of religious observance that will probably satisfy the Mizrachi. Dr. Chaim Weizmann is giving serious consideration to an invitation extended to him by a delegation of the Labor party and General Zionists A that he stand for the presidency of the World Zionist Organization. Meanwhile the apparently smooth progress toward reconciliation of the parties at the congress was interrupted when the Mizrachi voiced its determination to continue to abstain from all activities at the congress until it receives B satisfactory and definite decision from Labor regarding religious observance in Palestine. The Labor group asserted that it is prepared to make every concession, but will not agree to sanctions I penalties). American delegates received important places on several of the leading committees. Rabbi Silver, Mrs. Rose Halprin and Abraham Goldberg are on the important political committee, while the political committee for the Diaspora includes Dr. Stephen S. Wise and Miss Jean Greenstein. Mrs. Alexander Lamport was placed on the labor committee; Morris Rothenberg and Mrs. Edward Jacobs were named to the Williamstown, Mass. (WNE)— Without attempting to take any official stand on anti-Semitism, racial discrimination or any other form of prejudice, the first annual Institute of Human Relations, meeting here under the auspices of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, launched an effort to make a scientific study of the causes of religious, racial and international conflicts. Dr. Hverett Clinchy, executive director of the National Conference, sounded the keynote of the institute when he declared that the problem of confronting it boils down to "how can people who are unlike live together harmoniously and co-operatively?" While the Institute was awaiting a report on the Mexican situation prepared by a committee consisting of a Catholic, Protestant and Jew, it was reported that an effort to get a speaker from the German embassy had failed, although assurances were given that no attack would be made on the Hitler government. The importance of adult education in building a world of humane i i-lul ion.ships was stressed l>y I >r. Harry A. Ovcrstreet of City College. A plea to inaugurate a program of co-operate study and experimentation by Jews, Catholics and Protestants to restate the Interests, rights and responsibilities in the education of their nicmchci s, the necessity for some satisfactory integration of religion and education without violating the principle of separation of church and state, united child character building and the affirmation of the rights of churches and synagogues, as agents of the parents to share in the time of the child allotted for formal education was voiced Jewish Doctor Hillel Directors Will Aid Blind Will Confer central steering committee (peri. \ %  ;,. M.,,-„,, by Paul I). Kddy of the Internamanent ausschuss); Morris Maigu%  ., u D„..I,_„„ „* tionul Council of Religious r.ducalles and Mrs. Harry Berkman ot ^ TT • c u n Chicago were put on the organij t lon zation committee; Judge Julian W. '' Mack and Miss Juliet Benjamin fsey Court to Study Kashruth laws in $5,000 Suit Atlantic City (WNS)—The enode of kashruth will be fashed out in the Atlantic City knty Circuit Court when a 1000 damage suit brought by pnard Black and Joseph GrossIn, owners of the Blackstone Hoagainat Samuel Rosenberg, a |nl butcher, comes up for trial. le hotel owners charge that Ros<>erg sold them 171 so-called per chickens which the hotel's kshgiach found to be un-kosher. were named to the finance committee; Mrs. David de Sola Pool, immigration committee; Mrs. Grossman and Miss Thelma Goldfarb, health committee. During the general debate Abraham Goldberg of New York, speaking on behalf of the American delegation, proposed that the British government, as the mandatory power for Palestine, should enter into a pact with Germany providing special facilities for the settlement of 200,000 German Jews in Palestine. Israel Seiff, London philanthropist, who was largely responsible for the $2,500,000 Dr. Harry Lurie of the Buof Jewish Social Research emphasized the need for stressing the economic factors whfch are fundamental to group relations. He said that "a social system which is striving desperately for equilibrium on the basis of existing economic principles is a tinder box which may explode smoldering religious and other prejudices." Odd Fellows Form Jewish Lodge Next Monday, September 2nd, Labor Day, the first Jewish Lodge of Odd Fellows will be instituted at Odd Fellows Temple, 400 N. loan obtained last November by I \\\ Second ave., beginning at 2 p. m., with Mr. E. J. Kirk, grand Close to half a million persons in the United States with less than 2 per cent of normal vision will have new hope of visual rehabilitation, increased activity and independence through a new optical device, the "Micro-Vision Spectacles," which ;Dr. Willinm Feinbloom, a Jewish Research Fellow of Columbia University, demonstrated for the first time last Sunday at the fourteenth annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry in New York. Several years ago Dr. Feinbloom invented a telescopic lens which aided in bringing sjght to persons with as little as 2 per cent of normal vision. Now, as a result of still further research, Dr. Feinbloom has developed a means of helping another considerable group of near blind whose vision is even less than 2 per cent of normal, but who have light and form perception. Ordinarily classified as totally blind, members of this group are usually condemned to inactivity, psychological maladjustment and economic dependence, from which a large percentage in the future can now be rescued. In demonstrating the "MicroVision Spectacles" l>efore members of the academy, Dr. Feinbloom presented one of his patients, Isadore Cohen, 46 years old, a practicing attorneyof Brooklyn, who became practically sightless at the age 'if twelve years, following a serious illness and numerous operations. NOW, after two and one-half years of visual rehabilitation training with the aid of the spectacles, he is able to read ordinary news print. The results in this case, which presented extreme difficulties, open up untouched fields for visual rehabilitation. A graduate of Columbia University in 1928, Dr. Feinbloom began his specialization in the field of sub-normal vision immediately afterward. He first recorded that the psychology of near-blind persons is different from that of normal Individuals. In 1981 Dr. Feinbloom was elected president of the New York Academy of Optometry for one year. Cincinnati, Ohio—Every conceivable subject of Jewish student interest will be discussed at a conference of all ten directors of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations to be held in Martinsville, Ind., September 4 and 5. Alfred M. Cohen, president of B'nai B'rith and head of the Hillel Foundation Commission, will deliver the welcoming address. Greetings will be given by Dr. I. M. Rubinow, secretary of the order and of the commission. Various Hjllel FoundaMon directors will present the following subjects for general discussion: "The Jewish Student and Vocational Guidance," by Rabbi Maurice Pekarsky, Cornell; "The Problem of Campus Radicalism," by Dr. Max Kadushin, Wisconsin; "Personal Service on a Campus," by Rabbi Martin Weitz, Northwestern; "Propaganda in the Universities," by Dr. A. L. Sachar, Illinois, national director; "Social Welfare Projects," by Rabbi Samuel Cook, Alabama; "Promoting Better Understanding on the Campus," by Dr. Bernard Heller, Michigan, and "Making Traditional Services Attractive," by Rabbi Morris Kertzer, Illinois. Seminars will be held on the following subjects: Psychiatric problems among Jewish students; morality on the campus; the student loan fund; student government of the Foundation; Hillel publications and publicity; inter-Foundation projects; the speakers' bureau; credit courses and their operation; using a Hillel training after graduation. In addition to those named above, the following will participate in the conference: Dr. Lee J. Levinger, director of the Hillel Research Bureau, and Rabbis Harry Kaplan of Ohio State, Abram Goodman of Texas and Ephraim Fischoff of Penn State, the three newly appointed Hillel directors. N. Y. Cantor To Chant Here the Keren Hayesod from Lloyd's Bank, presented to the congress a concrete plan for a national loan of $25,000,000 to be used for further colonization. This alleged fraud, the complainants assert, not only forced them to destroy all cooking utensils used in preparing the non-kosher fowl, but seriously damaged their hotel's reputation as a kosher establishment. master of the order for the state of Florida, assisted by the grand warden, Mr. H. B. Beattie of Homestead, in charge of the ceremonials. Selected degree teams will confer the four degrees of the order upon the members and this will be followed by a dinner in honor of the grand lodge officers and the degree teams. The committee of organization and instituServices at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach, tonight and tomorrow morning will be chanted by Rev. M. Neamches of New York, who will arrive here this morning. Cantor Neamches is the possessor of a lyric tenor voice and is a graduate of the New York School for Cantors. Rabbi Rosenbloom will speak briefly at the Saturday morning services. tjon consists of David Lesnik, chairman; Philip M. Lcvi, Robert Bern, Joseph B. Schwartz and David Goldstein. Those desiring to become affiliated are asked to call 2-6087. Husband Shoots Young Wife Palm Beach, Fla., Aug. 27.— George M. Tobe, aged 45, of NewYork, shot Mrs. Annette Dunn Tobe, his estranged wife, this afternoon about five o'clock. The shooting took place in a local store on Clematis st., where Mrs. Tobe was employed, the shot hitting Mrs. Tobe in the abdomen. After treatment at a nearby drug store, she was rushed to the Good Samaritan Hospital, where she was operated on, and her condition after the operation was declared not to be serious. Mrs. Tobe is only sixteen and married Mr. Tobe, whom she met in Belle Glade, where she lived with her parents, about six months ago. Mrs. Tobe returned to the home of her parents here several weeks ago. Last week Mr. Tobe came here and instituted suit for divorce.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, August ISO, 1935 The sixteenth Southeastern Conference of the Workmen's Circle, largest Jewish labor fraternal organization in the world, will be held at Chattanooga, Tenn., on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, September 1, 2 and 3. A number of delegates from Florida will attend and participate in the deliberations. Representing the Miami branch of the Workmen's Circle will be Mrs. Leon Elkin. • • • Mis. Leon Elkin left Wednesday to attend the conference of the Workmen's Circle at Chattanooga, Tenn., next week. Enroute she stopped at Jacksonville to attend the celebration tendered Mr. M. Savitz, secretary of the Jacksonville branch of the Circle, who celebrates his fiftieth birthday anniversary this week. • • • Mr. Harold Greenfield returned this week from a buying trip in New Ynik, where he took an advanced course in interior decorating. IKresumed his position with the Maxwell Company. • Mr. Louis Leavitt returned Tuesday from a combined business and pleasure trip in the North. Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, president of th4 Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, returned Sunday night from 1 an extended vacation in New York, Jacksonville and Daytona Beach. • At a recent board meeting of Junior Hadassah, plans were made for a studio party on September 9 at the home of Miss Sylvia Rayvis. Miss Rosalyn Daum, chairman, will be assisted by Miss Ida Safer, Miss Anita Silverman and Miss Ida Engler. Guests will attend in costume and a studio theme will be carried out in the decorations. Mrs. J. B. Margolis entertained Burdine's Just 4 .88 We have only a limited number of these Chinese peel cane tub chairs and have sale priced them! Ideal for Florida settings and practically weather proof S ixth Floor. Ceremonial objects for home and synagogue Fourth Floor with a luncheon in honor of her brother, Ike Gordon, and a group of visiting members of Tau Epsilon fraternity at the University \>i Florida. The guests included Edward Serkin, New York; Irving Gordon and Joes Fields, Miami; Philip Selver, Jacksonville; Si Coper, Tampa; Martin Segal, Orlando, and Alex and Robert Robbins, Gainesville. • • 1 Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin and daughter, Dorothy, of Atlanta, Ga., j left Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga., to spend several weeks with their son, Robert, who is a freshman at %  the Georgia School of Technology. • • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leavitt an. I nounce the engagement of their daughter, Bessie Lee, to Mr. Irwin Krick, son of Mrs. A. Krick of Atlanta, Ga. All friends are asked MISS BESSIE LEE LEAVITT to attend a reception at the home of the Leavitts, 160 N. E. 43rd St., Sunday, September 1, from 8 to 10 p. m. Miss Leavitt is a graduate of Miami High school and the Pratt Institute of Brooklyn, N. Y., and is a popular member of the younger Jewish social set. Mr. Krick is engaged in the mercantile business in Atlanta. Miss Bertha Machtei returned to Yonkers, N. Y., by boat on Tuesday, after having spent her vacation with her brother and sister-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei. &f • Tau Epsilon Phi Alumni Club held the fourth of a series of semimonthly luncheons Monday at the Seven Seas. Present in addition to the members of the club were a number of high school graduates who will enter the University of Florida next month. At the meeting of the B'nai B'rith Lodge questions of joining the German boycott and protesting against the Olympic games participation were discussed. A committee to consider these matters and communicate with the district grand lodge officers was named. Plans for a membership drive were announced and a committee to direct this event will be headed by Mr. M. L. Marcus. Eleven new members were admitted. Because of the dance being given by the Y. M. II. A. Sunday night the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation postponed its regular card party scheduled for that evening. The benefit card party will be held Sunday evening, September 8th, at the home of Mrs. Nathan Adelm'an 1421 N. W. First st„ with Mrs' A.lelman and Mrs. Max Rappaport a8 the hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The proceeds will be devoted to the Talmud Torah Fund of the Congregation. The public is invited to attend. • Mis. S. Augustine and daughter, Mrs. A. H. Predinger, had as their house guests their son and broth,,-. Dr. L. S. Augustine of Tampa, who was accompanied by Mrs. Augustine and their daughter, Shirley. Dr. Augustine returned to his home this week, accompanied by his niece. Miss Margie Predinger, who will spend several weeks with him. • • The engagement or Miss Bernice Bluestein, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Bluestein of Charleston, S. C, to Mr. Edward Clein, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Clein of this city, was announced this week. Miss Bluestein is a graduate of the Meminger School and the College of Charleston. Mr. Clein is associated with the Florida Power & Light Co. at Miami Beach. No date for the wedding has yet been set. • • The first strictly kosher barbecue to be held in this section will be that of the Young Men's Hebrew Association this coming Sunday, September 1st, beginning at 10 a. m. at Hardie's Casino, Miami Beach. The meats will be prepared in southern barbecue style and served to the public. Drinks and other refreshments will be sold to the public. The proceeds of this affair will go to the building fund of the organization. Following the barbecue and all-day picnic, a dance will be held the same evening at the Pier, Miami Beach, for which an admission charge of only fifty cents per couple will be made. The public is urged to attend both of these events. Games will be played under the direction of Milton Friedman. Boris Schlachman, ajcecutive director of the organization, is being assisted by a committee of the members of the organization. A gala festival and ball i s ), e ing sponsored by Beth David Sisterhood at the Royal Palm Club Sunday evening, September 8th beginning at 9 o'clock. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. Sol Rotfort as chairman. She is being assisted MRS. SOL ROTFORT by Mrs. Harry Oliphant and Messrs. Sydney H. Palmer and Jack August. Admission is only $1.00 per couple and tickets may be obtained at Palmer's Shoe Store or Dempsey's Shoe Store. A number of entertainers from local night clubs will assist, in addition to the regular floor show. • Miss Mildred Clein returned this week from a visit to Mobile, Ala,, Charleston, S. C, and other points north. JX/OCI Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Sept. 1-2-3 Eddie Cantor Ann Sothern KID MILLIONS 77+>AVENU6 Sim. -Mon.. 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