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The Jewish Floridian ( October 11, 1935 )

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^Jemsti Flaridlia m combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. B-NO. 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 193 r Price Five Cents ierica Was Discovered On Succoth Orthodox Ladies Plan Gala Events [tomorrow, Columbus Day. is also L firs! day of Succoth. The cok of these two holidays is Irticularly striking because ChrisI ,minis discovered AmcrL duriwt Succoth. If you "ill a Jewish calendar you will I tween Tisha B'Ab (the I of Ab) and Hoshana | (th( seventh day of Sue\., %  xactly 71 days. Then go ncyclopedia and you will E | thai Columbus sel sail on [ voyage on August 3rd 12 is exactly 70 day-. .. words, if Columbus left f nth day of Ah (Auand reached the new 70 days later he arrived j the 21st day of Tishri, i the seventh day id' Sucd ij before Columbus sailed | in search of the Indies X Jew of Spain went into exile. It was tlie intrepid explorer himI. ho linked these two events | he wrote in his journal on I 3rd that "on the day their t ordered the .lews to |> eir lands, on the same day }tv provided the means for me out on my search of new Th, fact that Columbus bupled these two happenings—one (larking the end of the history of h. lews in Spain, and the other I Ing the beginning of Jewish I in America—has been cited |F the most convincing proof that was a .lew, or at least a Marconverted Jew who outtardly professed Christianity, but •ho inwardly clung steadfastly to liancient faith. 1 But tliis is far from being the ply pie,, of evidence that the disBverer of America may have been Spanish Jew. As a matter of I ere is a vast literature on iiintriguing subject which has ken heatedly debated by histoI ind scholars since 18'.'8, when 9 Celos de la Riega, a Spanish I man, startled the Geographf of Madrid by announelir thai he had found material J wed that Columbus was •rain Pontreveda, Spain, in 1487, [Jewish parents, and that his real kilo wa Cristobal Colon. De la I thesis, which now has the \ of a whole school of his1 cholarship, is based on a P unndation of documentary idencc uncovered in the archives I Spain. In support of the thesis that Cof .VMS both a Spaniard and a l w the following facts have been died: Most of his writings I i Spanish and on the rare r when he employed Itali his Utters were clumsy and unpmmatical efforts; all the names ? Wve to the places he discovh on his first two voyages were Wme as those in the Spanish Jwince of Galieia, where he was f n ; his father, Domenico de CoT a map-maker, came of a promf" 1 Spanish Jewish family of at name, many of whose memr Were burned at the stake for r'l.y profeasing Judaism; when The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be hosts to the pupils of its Talmud Torah and Sunday school at a Succos party in the' Succah of the congregation on the synagogue grounds the second day of Succos, Sunday, October 13th, at li p. in., when refreshments will lie served to the children following a program in charge of Rabbi Julius Washer of the congregation. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. M. Pallott as chairman. She is being assisted by Mesdames II. Schulman, J. Louis Shochet, II. Traeger, M. Moss, X. Blumberg and I'. Berkowitz. The fir-t of a series of benefit card parties to raise funds for its Talmud Torah work is being sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at the home of Mrs. (lerson August, 1876 S. \V. Sixth st., next Tuesday evening, October 15, beginning at S o'clock. Mrs. August will be hostess. Prizes will Inawarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is urged to attend. asked where his father was really born, Columbus' son, Fernando, said it was a "secret," a secret which may easily have been the fact that he was a Jew and since Jews were suspect in Spain he preferred to identify himself as an Italian; it was a Marrano Jew from Pontreveda who introduced Columbus to Queen Isabella; the navigator was also protected and befriended by Jews; be quoted the Old Testament, regarded himself as another King David and the advance agent of Jehovah; in his journal there were repeated references to Jews. In the face of this impressive array of evidence it is significant that Maurice David, a Jewish historian, is now in Madrid to lay claim to the Spanish government's prize of $40,000 offered for complete and unassailable proof that Columbus was a Spaniard, and not, as generations of schoolboys have been taught, an Italian. David gays unequivocally that Columbus was a Spanish Marrano who passed himself off as an Italian in Order to escape th.' fat* of his fellow .lews, who had earned the wrath of the Inquisition, studying photosatic copies of Columbus' letters to his son, David deciphered cryptic symbols in the signature which reveal that Columbus actually used Hebrew prayers in his signature and that he employed an ,,,-iginal form of the Star of David. The Jewish historian has also found hitherto unpublished cs-ays in which Columbus appealed for the relief of the Marranos. This new-found evidence of Columbus' purported Jcwishness also brings into striking relief the numerous Jews wh.i accompanied Columbus on his first voyage. How manv ,i,.ws sailed on the Pinta, Nina a.ul Santa Maria is not known, since only a handful of namea have been handed down. (Continued Next Week Jewish News Around the World Hoard of Deputies Reverses Self and Joins Iioycott Movement London (WNS)—Reversing its position of opposition to the boycott, the board of deputies of British Jews officially went on record as whole-heartedly in favor of the boycott. In the face of terrific pressure during the past two year-, the board of deputies continued to hold aloof from the boycott. The decision to join the boycott was reached at an emergency meeting attended by virtually every prominent Jew in England ami presided over by Nevill I.aski. The text of the boycott resolution, which was adopted unanimously, follows: "We, representing the Jews of the British Empire, solemnly place on record our indignant protest against the cruel and continuous defamation and persecution of Jews in Germany. We affirm that no self-respecting Jew will handle German goods or utilize German services so long as this policy endures. We pledge ourselves to pursue by every lawful means, with inflexible determination, a fight which is not of our seeking against this systematic and barbarous denial of those principles of liberty and equality to which all are entitled, irrespective of race or creed." Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS J. BIRON Olympian Heights Is it true that the physical dire, tor of one of the largest Jewish community centers in New Jersey is going to Germany as coach of the American Olympic gymnast ic team? The Jewish War Veterans arc' considering a national conference of all organizations. Jewish and non-Jewish, who have placed themselves on record B8 opposed to Bending an American team to Merlin next summer Avery Brundage, American Olympic Committee chairman, has been quoted asaying that all the protectiii the world won't prevent the United States from being represented when the 1936 Olympiad opens in Berlin in 1936 You may expect other cities to follow the example of the Baltimore city council in demanding American withdrawal from the Berlin Olympics That straw vote on the Olympics taken by the Noil Sectarian League at the Baer-Louis fight disclosed some pieplant information ... A Mr. Jack Cooper of the First National Studios. Hollywood, not only voted for sending an American team, but wrote on his card: "You Jew bums, mocky skunks." Ten per cent of all those who opposed American participation were non-Jews. iiiiimiiiiMiiiiiitimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Announcements iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Services for the Feast of Booths will be held tonight at 8:16 o'clock and at 11 o'clock Saturday morning. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermon tonight will be "Rejoice in Thy Festival" and in the morning the sermon will deal with the joy of children. The public is cordially welcome. Tin' Religious school this Sunday morning will practice for the Harvest Festival, which will take place the' following Sunday. Your presence iearnestly requested. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Pan-Arabic Congress Summoned for November Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—A Pan-Arabic Congress at which representatives of all Arab countries would discuss Arab interests in view of the possibility of world conflict has been summoned for November by King Abdul Aziz ibn Saud, mighty ruler of Sudi Arabia, according to a report appearing in the Arab press here. The congress would be held in Ar-Riyadh, the capital city in Nejd, of which Emir Saud, the king's eldest son, is governor. Such a gathering would be the climax of a series of such meetings, private and public, that have been held by Arab notables during the past few months in Palestine, Syria, Transjordan and Arabia. It is understood that Emir Saud, the Arabian crown prince, has broached the agenda of the congress to F.mir Abdullah, ruler of Transjordan under British sovereignty, who had previously been at odds with Ibn Saud, but who seems to have been reconciled by recent events. During Kmir Saud's visit recently to Amman, capital of Transjordan, some of the foremost nationalist Arab leaders were in attendance. Many of these had taken an active part in T. E. Lawrence's famed "Revolt in the Desert." Zionist Front Although the next Z. O. A. convention is still nine months away, the Zionist pot is already boiling merrily The opposition group, headed by M. Maldwin Fertig and including, among others, Dr. A. Coralnik and Isaac Carmel, stole a march on the Zionist powers that be by arranging a successful dinner party at which l.ouis I.ipsky reported on his Zionist Congress impressions • Since the official Zionist meeting to review the congress was not held until the next clay the oppositionists' party had lifted the cream from the dish. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Tabernacles." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. Athletic Department Max Baer's father and brother don't talk to him any more because they think he quit in the Louis lie I.; Did you know that City College and Brooklyn College, whose football teams are 90 pelcent Jewish, and whose coaches are non-Aryans, opened their gridiron season on the evening of September 28th, which, in case you've forgotten, was on Rosh Hashanah Yiki Mania, the world's ping pong champion, iprobably finished as a player He's in a Budapest hospital for an operation on his arm, which was badly injured in an automobile accident in Paris Barney Ross may go to Australia this winter to defend his we Iterweight title Keep your eye on Dick Sklar. brawny guard of the University of Kansas eleven Out where the tall corn grows thoy expect him to make the AllAmerican this year. (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Succos will begin tonight at <> o'clock. Tomorrow morning the. rabbi will speak in Yiddish on "The Succah—A Symbol of Jewish Life." Sunday morning the rabbi will again speak in Yiddish on "What Does the Ksrog Signify?" Cantor Mamches will chant the services. On Sunday, October 20th, a Simchas Torah party will be held in the Succah of the congregation and refreshments will be served to the children by the Sisterhood of the congregation. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi NATHAN WROOBKL, Cantor Succos will be ushered in tonight at 6 o'clock. Tomorrow morning services begin at 8:30 and the rabbi will preach on "Succos—the Clearest Interpretation of Jewish History." The services will be chanted by Cantor Wroobel. Following the evening and morning services Kiddush will be served in the Succah of the congregation by Beth David Sisterhood. The' second day of Succos will begin at 8:30 and the usual services will be held. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox i JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Cantor Succos will begin tonight at 6 o'clock. Tomorrow morning services begin at 9, when the rabbi will preach on "Permanent or Temporary Dwelling." Sunday morning services begin at '.'. when the rabbi will preach on "The Home Born." The second day of Succos, Sunday, October 13th, a children's Sue ec party will be held in the Succah of the congregation at 2 p. m.. when refreshments will be served, with the affair in charge of Rabbi Washer. At Sunday morning servIcei William Dock, son of Mrs. Rose Dock, will become Bar Mitzva and will recite the Haftoro and deliver an address in English. Cantor Schlachman will chant. UiiJaitJcAmM



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Page Two THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Plans arc being carried out to'/ 1 make the formal opening f Junior Hadassah on October 20th at %  %  p. m. an outstanding event. A fashion show carrying out the Junior Hadassah motif will be a feaAt a i ecent committee meetFday, October 1, si SOCIETY use to *** -Shapiro f„ upkeep of the Talmud Torah congregation and a number of la Paix sah members to the first regular in an informal way the problems mortal windows were sold. At Kol Nidrey services u, f day night in Beth David (V %  gallon several thousand IT was pledged in response to !>eal by Rabbi Max Shi ing models were selected for the bridge at the Cafe Rue d i various parts of the show. Gowns I Miami Beach, al 12:30 p. m. on meeting of Hadassah. to be held of modern life, such as the inivited will b, selected at the next meetTuesday, November L9th. when a Monday afternoon, October Hth. guest may suggest. Anyone who is At the Miami Jewish OrtW. ing. The event will be held at gala program of entertainment will a: 2:30 o'clock, at the Royal Palm interested to receive an invitation Congregation a substantial s Club. Rabbi -Max Shapiro will be may communicate with Dr. Jacob was pledged for the Talmud tZ the guest speaker ,>,, the subject II. Kaplan, who will be very happy of the congregation, much of ,' aiq has already been paid, as of an address by Rabbi Wash.'.-, who graphically ^"J a Jewish people without its TV. Torahs. gala program the Royal Palm Club. provided. Every member of the Miami unit is concentrating h,r efforts on Mr. S. Mailer and family reof "Highlights in the History of to extend him this courtesy. Only membership this month, similar turned to Miami Beach last SunZionism." Mrs. Isidor Weinstein fifteen can be accommodated in activities are in progress in all of day from Monticello, X. V.. and will review "Road of Ages." by this booth at a time. the -'(in cities where active Junior will shortly announce the reopenRobert Nathan. Vocal selections ... Hadassah units function. The naing of his kosher meat market. will be given by Mrs. Bertram Mrs. M. B. Frank and Mrs. Leontional campaign, under the direc• • Raff, accompanied at the piano by .,,.,) ].->„„ W JU entertain at a bridge tion of Miss Nell Ziff of MinneapAssociate Judge Otto Stegemann Miss Freda Miller. The guest book partv flir tht benefit of the LoyBeth David Sisterhood i s olis, seeks an increase of 5,000 of the Miami Bead. Municipal will be in charge of Mrs. Maxwell u | ty ( lu(j aux iii ar y of Eniunah soring a benefit card paj members to bring the total enrollCourt delivered the main address Hyman and Mrs. Albert E. Roschapter at the home of Mrs. Finn, Talmud Torah Hall n "'en: to 17. 0 f the evening at the meeting of enthal. 319 \. r ;. 25th St., next Tuesday /'" '' lln! Junior Hadassah has beet! active the Young Men's Hebrew Associaevening, October loth, at 8 o'clock. '' ilt S Dl '"• W. :iore than Hi year.in the work tion last Wednesday night. Other The membership dance of the |> nzts will be awarded for high ,ails wl :i PP'ar in an earl) %  ; ..., a national home for Iresses during thi g were junior division of the Y. M. H. A. gcore s and refreshments will be the Jew.in Palestine. The projmadi B • Schlachman, execuwill be held at the clubhouse Sun5erve< j, The public is invited to In charge of arrangement! e,tin Palestine include Meier the d if the organization, day evening, October 13th. All old ;iiu m |_ ,1|( Simchas Torah party to Shfeyah, a children's village, a who il : several new memmembers and prospective men ... n
%  %  %  "iss Lillian Dock, to register their children. U ''' f ""' bride Waa ,11Bld f "*. t t and Mr. Julius Spector, brother of the groom, was best man. Folio* ing the ceremony, the for a brief honeymoon trip throafl the state. lb Bfistration for the Talmud Torah and Sunday school of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will continue throughout next week between the hours of 3:30 and •'. p. m. Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Specter entertain their friends next night, October 13th, at their hoot Ra and Mrs. Max Shapiro will .j;;, x W. Fourth st., in honor* %  ':'""' for their their son. Irving, and his bride* nda and Congregatheir return to Miami aftei i t.on Beth David at their home. 319 honeymoon. The reception mDi S. V\ Iave., Sinnhas Toheld from 8 to 10 p. m. and J ernoon, Sunday. October 20, t, i, r..lof the families are cordill ly invited to attend. Nocardirf be is.-ued. Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of ... %  I Sisterhood, anMr Frank Brenl intment of the folSalem V C who chairmen this daya in Miami aa ti week: Mrs "• •' %  Apte, Federabrother-in-law and % %  %  Mrs. J. H. Kaplan, courtesy; M rs ng the present edifice. Plans Provide for the conversion of the at building into a Talmud lorah. .^>& I v/ %  •." San.-Men.-Tii'. ., Oct. 13-H' 1 Warner Baxter—Kettl GsllW Velos and Volands [7NDER THE PAMPAS MOON Sim.-.Mon., Oct. IS"M .Maurice ChevaliW Ann Sothern—Merle "i" ,n FOUES BERGERf



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Friday, October 11, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti fiendlain PtCKIDASONLrntWlSMWUttiT TUBLISHED KVKRY FIUDAY by the JKWISil KI.OKIIIIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box g71 N ,. u Tower Bldg. Miami, Ma. Phone "-V104 EDITORIAL OFFICES! W 8. W. Utt Av.au. _____ ni HIM JLOUIS SHOCHET, Editor ~ FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCIILACHMAN Field Representative """STTPETERSBURG ~ WEST PALM BEACH RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD S SCHUTZER Representative Representative ORLANDO TAMPA IRENE BRAVERMAN MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Month! ..$1.00 One V' -"r $2.00 Vol. 8—No. 41 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 193.-, %  5 That Still, Small Voice How I wish that I could have penetrated within the hearts and minds of many of our Jews last Monday during the •"Vizker" or memorial services. I looked about, and before me, men with tears in their eyes, women sobbing out loud were paying rapt attention to the words of the rabbi. When the memory of their dear departed ones was recalled to them the Bobbing became louder and some of the men joined in. Perhaps I am cynical but who wouldn't be? I watched men to whom their .lewishness meant nothing three hundred and sixty-four days of the year ... I saw men and women who knew not of their duty to their fellow men. in any sense of the word men and women of means who belonged to no synagogue, to no organization, not even to the Jewish Welfare liureau • I saw there men and women to whom wealth, and the accumulation of more wealth was the only Deity they had ever acknowledged. And yet these men and women were shedding tears. Was it a fetish they were worshiping? Was it the scare of those who had gone to an unknown world that frightened them ONLY at YIZKOR that caused the tears to be shed? I am wondering whether we have descended so low as to have become a nation of "worshipers of the dead." rather than as a nation embodying and personifying the LIVING TRUTH. Rather would I see that all the Yizkor services be dispensed with and a real, living, breathing Jewish nation emerge who would try in their own humble way to do some littlebit towards their own renaissance, than this soul-revolting exhibition which I saw. And this was true of every synagogue. What good are all the appeals for funds at the Yom Kippur services what jjood does it avail us that all these men and women rush into the synagogue and temple for the brief memorial or Yizkor hour, and feeling that they have appeased the possible wrath of the dead, once again depart to mock by their actions everything they have just witnessed. Perhaps I am unduly pessimistic yet one cannot help bill be disgusted at these "Yizkor" exhibitions. Perhaps these, too, will pass • perhaps these, too, will truly "REMEMBER," and the still, small voice within them will awaken them to a true realization of their duties. STATEWIDE NEWS West Palm Beach Jacksonville News Notes Mr. Jacob Glasser substituted as "Baal Musof" for Mr. Morris Tessler at the Yom Kippur services for congregation Beth El. Miss Rose Friedman, who was operated on for appendicitis last week at the local hospital, is now at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman. Temple Beth Israel and Temple Beth El were filled to capacity during the Yom Kippur services. Hebrew school of Congregation Beth El will start on Monday, October 14th, at the synagogue on Fein st. All parents are requested to bring or send their children for registration that day at 3:30, when Rabbi Muskat will be on hand to register all children for the coming season. The Junior Hadassah post fast dance last Monday night was one of the outstanding events of the season. A number of specialty acts were presented through the courtesy of the Riverside School of Art. Dancing and other entertainment was enjoyed. This was the first of a series of fund raising events for the organization. Tampa Notes Services will be held this eve| ning at Temple Beth Israel on Broward ave., with Dr. Carl N. Herman, assisted by the Beth Israel choir, conducting the services, j and at congregation Beth El on I Fern St., where the services will be in charge of Dr. I. W. Muskat. Services will begin at 8:15. The opening luncheon and meeting of Senior Hadassah was held last Wednesday at the Windsor Hotel. Mrs. Leonard Moss and Mrs. Rose Puldy were chairmen. Mrs. I. L. Kaplan gave a reading. Miss Sybil Mercer gave a number of vocal selections, accompanied by Mrs. Puldy at the piano. Assisting Mrs. Stein, the president, and Mrs. Harris in the decorations were Mrs. Harry Katz and Mrs. J. Strauss. A card party for the benefit of the B'nai B'rith Jewish Book Shelf in the West Palm Beach Memorial Library was given Tuesday night by the Palm Beach Lodge at (Continued on Page 5) Orlando Notes Miss Gertrude Benjamin spent Yom Kippur in Sanford with her family, Miss Minnie Weiss visited her family in Tampa over the weekend. Rtbbis Rule Actor Turned Cantor Must Not Intone Prayers •New York (WNS)—If an actor turned cantor is the "attraction" at the High Holiday services of an Orthodox synagogue he must limit himself exclusively to singing and employ the .services of a man authorized to intone the holiday a rabbinical court has fled in the case of the Roumanian Synagogue and Noshe Usher the Cantors' Union. When umanian Synagogue engaged Usher as its cantor the Cantors' Union lodged an immediate protest *ith the Union of Orthodox RabThe latter heard the ease at ial rabbinical court and rul


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Page Four THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, October 11 $abto gtonajjog Section EdiUd by RABBI S. U MACHTEI r".-nUr and Director, lUJm Synf* <* Ari SUNDAT MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLOHIDA LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND SERMON DELIVERED ON Bl'NDAY, (K'TOHER 6. 1939 "Yours and Mine" Scripture Reading, i Chronicles, Chapter XXIX. Veraea lo-lfi, Inclusive. For a twenty-four-hour period, beginning at sundown tonight and ending with the blowing of the Shofar at Bunset tomorrow, marking the close of Yum Kippur or Atonement Day Service, Jews throughout Die world will turn their thoughts inward and will pray and fast as evidence of their penitent state of mind. In reciting the ritual for Vmn Kippur, the worshipers will read a long list of sins and will confess their guilt. I seriously doubt that any one individual can possibly be guilty of the entire list. The rabbis of old were of the same opinion, therefore they phrased the confession in the first plural: "For the sin which VVE have committed before Thee ." When I ask the average individual who confesses to some wrong why he clul it, the answer usually is, "Everyone tries to outsmart me, therefore, I must be shrewd and tricky in order to hold my own and earn my living." Since most wrongful arts are associated with either the acquisition of propeny or with the attempt to protect and retain one's possessions, I shall discuss the apparent justification as given by the average person. It all hinges on the understanding of ownership. of "yours" and "mine." \ few days ago 1 heard two men debating over the possession of n piece of real property. Each claimed title to the land, though the manner of transfer appeared to be faulty in the eyes of the law. I was reminded of an anecdote related concerning a famous rabbi. Two members of his small congregation came to him with the request that he act as judge in a matter involving ownership of a piece of land. The rabbi sal in his study and listened to their claims. Each insisted that the 'and belonged to him. After patiently hearing their arguments, the rabbi asked to be taken to this piece of land in question. Arrived al the destination, the rabbi again asked each to state his claim. "A" said, "The piece of ground belongs to me." "B" emphatically insisted. "This ground belongs to me." The rabbi kneeled and place,I his ear to the earth, He listened for a moment, rose, brushed his trousers and shook his head as if puzzled. He looked at the contestants lor possession of the soil and said. "1 had heard both your claims. I wanted also to hear what the soil had to say about it. She ..;. that you are both wrong; that she belongs to neither; that, in fact, you both belong to her. By LOUIS PIKAKSKY A Great Impresario When a Los Angeles citizen becomes a world figure through bringing to Southern California ovi r a period of half a century the greatest dramatic and musical talent of the age, and when so renowned a man iti the world theatre as Max Reinhardt seeks to honor this man. then his fellow citizenmay rejoice in the privilege of paying tribute to him. Upon learnhis first American motion picture has its premier showing, will be unique. Incidentally, the master artist of the world theatre plans to build a permanent home in Hollywood. Mistaken Identity George Jessel was the guest of honor at a banquet sponsored by a Jewish group the other nifrht. As hi' entered the auditorium one ^Jewish woman guest nudged her first American motion picture proneighbor as her eves folowed Jesduction, "A .Midsummer Night's sel: "Oh, my goodness, here cornea l.ream." Max Reinhardt immediEddie Cantor." Her neighbor gave a.civ cabled bis close friend in LoS her '"" k f ' lu ,1: Yen are mistaken. He isn't Eddie Cantor. He is Al Jolson." studio News in Brief Eddie Kaufman, well known writer and producer of short film So it ithat in vain and futile battles for possessions which we nevi r really own we inflict torture and suffering on each other, debase mr character by cheating and lying, misrepresentation and fraud, and lisrupt the harmony of social intercourse. No amount of worldly poods %  an compensate for lost moments of happiness, No gold or silver can soothe the pains caused by man's inhumanity to man. Il occurs to me that another misuse of the expression, "yours and mine." produces unhappiness and friction between human beings. It is the application of the possessive pronoun, in the singular, to God. My" God and "your" God. I have always believed that there was %  •, one God. since there is but one, it would breed harmony to speak of Him as OUR God. In speaking to my brother about my father, I to not say "my" father or "your" father. He is OUR father. Yom Kippur affords all peoples and creeds an opportunity to think jointly a lit God. Several months ago a Christian clergyman|__ suggested that Christians join with .lews in the observance of the Day to HIM. ef Atonement. Vein Kippur is not distinctly a creedal day for Jews. It is a day of introspection, ef self-examination, of confession to one's shortcomings with respect to the obligations we owe one another and of the rommonncss of the debt we owe to the Creator. A %  ross-section f the human race shows any, differences between members of the human family. \\ e come of common clay, are %  '.:.< am< vices and virtues, conduct oursi % %  with the, same good or bad grace, and direct our paths t wards the same ultiend. The same earth reclaims us :> 1 it rot foolish and vain to 1 to claim exclusive "possession" of God. to claim to Bee Inferences where they •: %  not exist? Were we to ask God who it is! that wi %  to whom He belongs, the answer would surely be n i en. owns Him, I I il Me ownus all, that wo l'.ad our oripin i in Him. have our being in Him and live by His r;:a.'e. and that, in due me. we shall return i Him, Th< Yom Ki: i brii 11 us a full real is f the humility we -' %  la> We find the following prayi r: "Thou art tainted with our sins sumption and [ ignorance, committed r voluntarilj y compu Thei they are reveali I and kr wn. What What is ir •'• What is our piety? What is our virtue? What is trength? What is our might? What shall w< say in Thy presence. 0 Lord our G '1. and God of ur fathers? Are not all the mighty ones as na re Thee and men of fame as if they had not existed, and w • i f they were without knowledge and the intelligent as if void of mding? For the mull i f their works is i ptiness; and the days f their vanity in Thy mini nc< of man B' at is v ugl t, tor a ,-anity Can this prayer b< limited to Jews Does it l I expr< • • of race and creed? Is such oiwi to "my" God? 11 • "your" God fal hort :' thi n ark? Afti w< li ve shot individual God ncept I hi petty and • %  man has a • %  ft a God ace,table t which Al.'. DO 'The Day f Atom man's first du fellowmen. V hose sins ,i %  %  nt on Yom K • %  ur B it I Angeles, L. E. Mehymer, requesting him to direct its presentation, as he had "The Miracle," the super-drama of modern times. Mehymer. the great Jewish imprcssario, acceded to this request and, in appreciation. Reinhardt cabled promsubjects, is producing his first feainent Loa Angeles citizens asking '" length picture for RKO-Radio that they arrange a testimonial Studios dune Travis, young luncheon honoring Mehymer. The Chicago socialite, who has been unluncheon, with 400 leaders from der contract to Warner Bros. .very walk of life in attendance. Studio for four months, but has played only a few minor roles, will get her big opportunity aa the feminine lead for James Cairney (the Irishman who speaks Yiddish better than many Jews we know) in a new drama of commercial aviation Miss Travis is regarded as one of the most promising actressea in Hollywood Sam Coslow, songster, has received a long term conalso marked the end of 60 years' activity in bringing world renowned artists <.f the conceit stage to the Pacific Coast. A Reinhardt Tribute Max Reinhardt ia very much in the Hollywood and national news these days. It is certain that when he returns to America from the Salzburg Drama Festival, he will tract from Paramount Studios s indeed Did you know that Willie II rarely given a celebrity. Ye.-, even in Hollywood, the crossroads where celebrities meet, the honor and tribute that he will receive when oward, the Yiddishcr cowboy in a Paramount picture, began his career as a "gallery singer" in a show with Anna Held? Throuchout the land. Protestants, Catholics and Jews are observing this Sunday as Loyalty Sunday—loyalty to the nation and to one's own church. In the words of Shakespeare I say to you. "To thine own self bo true, it follows, then, as the nipht the" day,* thou canst not be false to anv man." CARBONS—RIBBONS BURTON BRAND World's Best C. BIRTON CRAIG CO. 408 Fla. Nafl Bank Bldg. 'hone 2-4238 Miami. Fla. Ask for New York Bread At All Good Stores Ask for New York Bread At All Good Stores White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop M N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortex Hotel CO. HANSON ROOFING Kiubliahed Since 1914 ROOFING \M> SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 328 N. E. Kith St. 'Ir. All Its Bra:-. Phones 2-1R3I—2-6.->82 ur neighbor which; facto, an law, ire not ecured the forgiveness .'"•' %  i • rig. If meet • %  %  ?es. Since that •"better" n recitit %  nt I off. when 1 ai select c* which clothes font K It bit Let us f I none of us 5 4. THE MIRASOL HOTEL Davis Islands TAMPA, FLORIDA : MINUTES FROM THE CENTER OF THE TOWN Tampa's Beautiful Hotel and Apartments EN ALL YEAR Every Room With Private Bath S1.50 and $2.50—NEVER HIGHER Five-Room Apartments. $40 to $60 a Month Operated by MICHAEL KLEMTNER and ROSEMARY (GERSON) KLEMTNER An Ex-Ball Player With the World Series just it is timely to recall that Ben R? loff, RKO-Radio director, dil*' professional baseball to ent movies. He formerly ,,„,, the St. Louis Cards in the Nrtie*. al League, with St. Joseph, Mo the Western League, and ^ Portland, Ore., in the Pacific fw baseball circuit. (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Art, Feature Syndicate) Bring Your Films to Us f 0r Printing: and Developing Have Your Fish Catch Photographed WE SPECIALIZE IN MARINE PHOTOGRAPHY Beers Photo Co. 212 N. E. Fourth St. PHONES: 2-9311 2-9829 2-MM — -f wsmm "Jacksonville's Leading Hotel" THE SEMINOLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. C HAS. 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, Electric Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer Ventilation, Comfortable Beds with Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction and ial R< : ding Lamps. RATE8 7Ko..m ith Prlvatt "'" Mm—Single ROOM iih Private !••<* t.SI— Single 40 Roomith Print* "'* 3.00—Single n K....m ith Private H"' 1 3.30 Single 10 Simple Knomi — %  11 Prix" B 4.00—Singie BLIGHT INCBBA8B FOB !>"< HLE OCCUPANCY



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Friday October 11, 1935 Jacksonville News iContinued from Page 3) youngstown, Ohio, Sunday evening j n the home of Kabbi I. L. Kaplan. Attending the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Landau, close friends of the couple. Following the marriage rites, Mrs. Kaplan entertained the newlyweds, assisted by her daughter, Louise. An enthusiastic beginning of the for the Daughters of Israel was the opening luncheon, held last week. Mrs, Joseph Hackei presided. Rabbi M. D. Margolis, after his lion, led the group in singing "America" and "Hatikvoh." gemblage was addressed by Max Rubin, president of the Jewish (Vnter. Rabbi Margolis impressed upon | his listeners the need of their aid in supporting the daily Hebrew school, following the luncheon a brief | business session was held. .Mrs. Datz presented the new %  i THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Pane Five Orlando Notes (Continued from Page 3) With Mrs. Jacobson and family in their recent bereavecent. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuchs and son, Bernard, have returned from Asbury Park, N. J. Miss Ruth Esther Rosen was home from Tallahassee for the holidays. •Mrs. ii. Ro Sa ), as return^ from New Jersey, where she spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Safer and Mrs. Snyder of Wauchula spent the holidays in Orlando with Rev. and Mrs. B. Safer and family. The Sisterhood held its open meeting at the home of Mrs. A. M. Han-is last week. The Ingathering for the Needlework ciuild was held. Miss Annabel! Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman M. Jacobs, is visiting friends at West Palm Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green of the Sunshine Delicatessen Store have returned to this city after an absence of three months. Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis spent the holidays at Tampa visiting their mother, Mrs. Hecht. Mr. Harry Schuster has a welcome guest, his father, from Milwaukee, Wis., who came to celebrate with his family the High Holidays. Mr. and Mis. M. Bornstein and Mr. and Mrs. s. Bornstein and family of Clermont spent the High Holidays in Orlando. Preparations are now being made to entertain the entire membership of the congregation on Simchath Torah. Tampa Notes (Continued from Page .:) gation Beth F.I was held WednesF. Perlman; hospitality, Mrs. I. vm Salsbury, Mrs. M. Bennett, Mrs. Liebman, chairman; civic co-operation, Mrs. M. Schwartz, chairman, Mrs. M. AronovitZ and Mrs. F. Perlman; sick and condolence, Mrs. M. II. Kisler, chairman, and Mrs. H. Jenkins; house and cemetery, Miss Clara W'ohl, chairman, Mrs. i. Abramovitz, Mrs. C. Markowitz, Mrs. J. Abramovitz; social service, Mrs. I. Segall, Mrs. II. Perlman and Miss Clara W'ohl; telephoning, Mrs. S. J. Chaita and Mrs. R. Bernheim; school and education, Mrs. Irvin Salsbury, chairman, and Mrs. Bin Haimovitz; publicity and membership, Mrs. George [chill. Comn ittee reports were given. I A relations committee was drawn between the Junior DaughI ael and the senior organization. Mrs. I. W'einstein was appointed chiirman. The dessert bridges was liscussed and Mrs. nik and Mrs. Max Safer anil Mrs. I). Safer were chosen I chairmen for the event. In charge of arrangements were Mrs, Ida Feldman, Miss Ethel Joel, chairmen, and their co-chairmen, |Mrs, T. M. Schneider, Mrs. N. H. In, Mrs. M. Hammerman, [Mrs. A. S. Goffin, Mrs. A. Zoslow, IMrs, A. Kskin and Mrs. J. Sloat. Mrs. Kessler and three sons of Leesburg spent the holidays here. West Palm Beach The Tampa section. National Council of Jewish Women, held their first meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Tavern. Mrs. Wayne Thomas spoke on "Legislation." After the meeting there was a (Continued on Page •>) Mr. and Mrs. Spilky and family of Mt. Dora spent the holidays in Orlando. Morton Levy and A. Kaminol'f -pent the holidays in Orlando. (Continued from Page 3) day evening at the home of Mr. the Monterey Hotel on Clematis Maurice Moss, with Mr. H. Gold and Sapodilla sts. The party was presiding. Business matters of well attended and a neat sum of ; importance were discussed and fimoney was realized for the pur-' nancial report of the holidays renchasing of books. dered. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kanner and family of Sanford and Mrs. S. Her8h, Mr. and .Mrs. Aaron Kanner ami family of Miami, Mr. Samuel Kanner of Miami spent the holidays in Orlando as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanner. Mr. George Silverstein has returned from a trip to Boston and New York. Mr. Morris Tessler is in the Good Samaritan Hospital under observation. Mr, Sam Goldstein, after spending ten days at the Good Samaritan Hospital, where he was operated upon, is now convalescing at his home. Harold Schutzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schutzer returned home from a four months' trip to the West and Southwest. : ing the season with a Iluncheon in the Windsor Hotel the Sisterhood and its new Mrs. L. P. Lippman, enlipon the new year. Mrs. an presided and Dr. Israel I.. rabbi of the Temple AhaIvath Chesed offered the invocaThe luncheon meeting feaannouncement of eight I i and the introduction of five members of the Brunswick, i Sisterhood, program was written and I by Miss B. Peiser, proj man, which was a "wedMr. Temple and Miss SisMr.-. Francis M. Holt I i Promise Me," accompathe piano by Miss Rose [ y, and a violin obbligato by Alice Biscow Sager, folhe entrance of the wedy to the strains of the IChorus from "Lohengrin" ind piano. iking.part were: Mrs. [' %  • s J %  a the rabbi; Mrs. Aaron the bride; Mrs. Hugo L : bridegroom; Mrs. W. S. bride's father; Mrs, Sid1 '-'V J. Brown, the maid of honor; [ ir Silverman, Mrs. Sam Mrs. Maurice Cherry Jartin Sack were brides( little Misses Paula Mark Grunthal were flower i Mrs. i,. M. Lippman was Across the breast of rticipant was a ribbon I hi r place in the scheme] activity. A group of novelty telegrams ad by the program chair''""ito the program Mrs. L. P. j' in, president, gave greetings f" all, and her first official mesp-' to the members. the invocation all stood in Plent memorial to those who died f Ur '"tT the past year. A new study group under Mrs. Services for the High Holidays were well attended. The services were conducted by Rev. B. Safer. B. J. Cohen and \V. Lieberman led the responsive readings. Rev. Safer lectured on "Kol N'idre" and a short talk was given by Mr. B. J. Cohen, president. Sisterhood Beth Israel held their annual meeting and luncheon Tuesday, October 8th, at the Fern Grill. The meeting was largely attended by the members of the Sis. terhood, with Mrs. Harry Halpern, president of the Sisterhood, presiding. Dr. Carl N. Herman, rabbi of Temple Beth Israel, was the main speaker of the occasion. AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pies. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE A business meeting of CongreSt. Petersburg (Continued from Page 'II Society will give Its first social and card party Sunday night at the Auditorium of Cong. B'nal Israel. .Mrs. Kornfield, formerly of Jacksonville, is now a resident of this city and an active worker of the congregation and auxiliary. M. ANTOINETTE HARDEN Public Stenographer Notary Public Mimeographing 129 \ K. First St. Phone 3-2712 FOB SAFETY'S SAKE Why Not a New Windshield? Do You Have Clear Vision in Your Car? For AI TO GLOSS Of All Kinds Remember B1NSWANGER & CO. 1212 N. E. 2nd Ave. BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspections and Estimates Free. %  222 V \\. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 Statrmrnt 1 11.. Ownrmhip. Manmcement, Circulation, etc., Ri-quirrd by the Act of rinirm of AUKUKI 34, 1912 or The Jewish Florldian, published weekly .11 Miami. Florida, f..r October 1. IMS. State of Florida, County %  •' Dad*, M.i Before me, u notary public. In unit for the state and county aforesaid, personally appeared J. Louis Bhoehet, who, bavin* brvn duly sworn according to law, deposes mid says that he is tli.owner <>f the Jewish Florldian. and that the following i*. t the best ,-f hiknowledge and belief, n true statement *>f the ownership, mnnnKenu-nt, (and if a dally paper, the circulation), ,'t'.. of the aforesaid publication f^ %  A" GIFTS £. RELATIVES AVC FP, D* Torgsin Stores arc located in the larger cities of the Soviet Union and carry various domestic and imported articles of high quality. Prices compel re fa i or ably With those in America • For Torgsin Orders see your 1ll banl'. or authorized agent & u_ ^-V 1 ,v ;? :> S W_ ; EIGHTH ST._ P HONE 2-752? | The Bent in Groeeriea. MeaU. FruiU and Vegetables. =, mi Illllllllllllll I HUH 11111111111111111111111111111H1111H111 -~ AMTORG TRADING CORP. 2C1 Fifth Avenue. New York. 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Pajre Six Tampa Notes (Continued from Page B) demonstration on "Tin' Talking Book for Blind." New officers of the organization are Mrs. Henry Brash, honorary president; Mrs. J. Wohl, president; Mrs. B. Haimovitz, first vice-president; Mrs. •'. Swerdlin, second vice, president; Mrs. Joe Waterman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. D. Safier, recording secretary; Miss Clara Wohl, treasurer; Mrs. S. M. Essrig, auditor. Chairmen of standing committees are: Welfare, Mrs. M. Haimovitz; education, hospital and library. Mrs. Swerdlin, Mrs. M. Stein; braille, Mrs. Leo Berger; service in foreign born, Mi-. A. R. Berger; emigration, Mrs. I. Segall; civic community co-operation, Mrs. Johanna Goldberg, co-cha Mrs. R. Meyer and Mr-. A. Billarship, Mrs. Sol Jacobs, co-chairman, Mr-. M. Si.'in: peace and legislation. Mrs. M. Uman, cochairman, Mis. M. II. Cohen; hos•>. Mrs. Sol Ma;,-; membership, Mrs. i • floral, Mrs. 1. Levy; parliamentarian, Mr.-. Brash; program, Mrs. II. M. S ; Zie; fii %  e. Mrs \ • • Kess%  Ben Vhby Sen with an i: young i; : h car! till' K i chick, who was V. -..1 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October li landa, John Miljan, J. Carrol Naish, Soledad Jiminez, Jack LaNew Food C*^.. i inane Re, George Irving, Blanca V.schOlOre UpcIlS (| Rjta a ns i n „ a nd Armida. Mr-. M. KotU r has returned N. n York, 1 • %  %  she met her daughter, Lucille Kotler, wli spent thi .. i Ta r, Laki Coi Pa, She : Am Id Kotl Plant High LSI June, wh is now a the University of PcnnY. M. H. A. NOUS The Yom Kippur night dance led i ess, ationt w< •. %  <• elabntributed sphere, thanks : Mrs, A. M. i the dec;.' %  by In and will the ensuini list every .'. w .. %  r J(:-: C( mmunity The act and A. /.. A.; Wediy, women' I i '; ; lay Succoth s.wivis in t< Registration for the Talmud Torah of Beth Jacob Congregation will be held every day next week from :i to 6 p. %  Sun.lay school begins Sunday. October 20th, at in a. m. • • • At a meeting of the executive board of Temple Israel Sisterhood held last week plans were oulined for the big event of the coming season, the Tri-State Convention of Temple Sisterhoods, to he held here in .March. 1936. Delegates from ... i,. rgia and Florida will attend. In charge of the convention arrangements is Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf, a past president of Temple Israel Sisterhood. MiE. Max Goldstein will he program chairman. Set il of Jewsi Women and the Senior Chapter ;.;. I v entertainini ''urns. Plai winti r season acrhood %  %  if event luring these ;, a; the home 11. Kaplan. 436 N. E. %  • %  % %  Octobet • %  m., "••.''! Mi >. Adolpii er as ro-hosl I r high %  On Wed y, 0 Ith, a Frolic "ill he hi K ;.;-;. ;.;.. ith the ii A regular meet;: ition will be held on ay, November -1th. when a Pea %  gram will he under til. direction of Mrs. E. Max 'in. chairman of program. A Thanksgiving dinner will be held the latter part of November. In i Chanuka birthday dinner will hi held in celebration of Dr. Kaplan's birthday. The latter • l h a reception and will he given to university ts, with Mrs. Sidney Meyer • of arrangements. January events will include a dinner with Mrs. J. Richter in ..i .; cafeteria bridge Mr-. H. I. Magid in charge. Th< Sisterhood will irthday luncheon or, the fii st M :. lay in February. This W( I y a V.. ;. 14th and lay celiarj 21st. The 1 St iti Fi I <.--. -Is event of In A] % % %  ; '..%  :• supp< v. ng for i ..ction : fficers. May -s the annual inst act ivit Full f these evi %  .. One of the most completely equipped food shops in Miami will be opened tomorrow, Saturday. Octobei 12th, when the High Grade Food St.no at 346 X. E. Second a.... a; the corner of Fourth st.. will begin business. One of the -t refrigerated coolers in the city features this new store, which has modern shelvings, refrigerated display eases and every convenii nee for the shopper. Mr. Nathan Falk, who heads the film. i< well known in food circles, having been the founder ( the Hy Provision Company and operatoi • a hain of delicatessen stoi N.w York City. Several years ago he came to Miami and last iperated the High Grade New York Delicatessen Store on X. E. St. The new store, situated in the heart of the business tion, will carry a complete line of everything in %  : and imported delicatessen am! fancy f I will featun thi ti ictly kosher 11. brew Natioi al line of meat prod itessen, ;.w< etizers. and salads will bi lual tabli will ho from 7 a. m. to midnight. On .; day all customers may have their .hoi cream or with every purchase. A fine line of beers and wines will he :. ;n addition to a stock of Mr. Falk extends a cor: a nvitation to the public to visit tlie new store to become acquail.' Gay, fanciful and Parisian to the o,re,' "Folies Bergere," Darryl F Zanuck's lavish 20th Century musical extravaganza, starring Maui • alier. befri.is Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre Chevalier is seen both as Ch Her, the gay, singing, stra W -h a tw star of the Folies Bergere, an ? 8 an amorous, be-mustached, be m ocled French baron, whom he I personates in his act. Things begin to happe, Chevalier agrees to imp,, the baron in life as well, partis larly since the baron's beautify but neglected young wife preu> nd! to be unaware of the duplicity. Merle Oberon makes her Holly. wood debut as the baron's wife while blonde Ann Sothern contrihuates complications as Mimi, Charlier'a jealous partner and Mvee heart. Lumsden Hare, R ob(r Grieg, Walter Byron and Erit Blore are also prominently cast. "Folies Bergere" \: aurice five cay new hit tunes, "Si'iiri nei Happy Song." "Rhythm Lain." "I Was Lucky," "An 1: • I Amour" and "1 r Words Right Out of My Mouth.' n HIIIIIIMIHHHIINIlllUltlHmilllllllltllllMIIMIIMlllllllHIIIIIMjJ (JET YOUR POULTRY FOB THE HOLIDAYS at QUALITY POULTRY MARKET 1932 S.W. Kijihth St. Where Prices Are Low and Quality Is High RABBI 15. 1). MEN DELL "Shoched" Phone 2-9696 rHIilliiiirtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiniiitiiiitiiiiiitiii IIMIIIIIIHHIIIIHHIIIII llllllu CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTERERS DRAPERIES THE PAULA SHOPS Established 1922 HKRE TO STAY 2674 S. W. 22nd St. Phone Bayview 290 Warner Baxter proves his versatility when he plays the role of Cesar, the gaucho, in "Under the Pampas Moon," which starts Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre. Baxter snips, dances, plays the guitar, throws the bolas and rides a horse, in addition to playing a number of romantic scenes. As for making love, that's another story, as he has | r ven in than thirty pictures he has :• Fox Film. Ketti Oallian is i ; with W'a • %  i Baxti i i "1 thi PamI Mooi ." ;.:..': tl • supporting udes such %  ., n perilly fa. a •' Veloz at d V. \\ \N 1 1 II %  %  • %  r. • KEEN P. .1 H \ 1 >-. BI Phoni .Vli 1 KING FUNERAL HOME 29 N. W. THIRD AYE. Phone .'5-2111 II NERA1 DIRECTORS Reasonable—Courteous—Sj m pathetic AMBULANCE SERVICE—DAY AND NIGHT I R E E 15 K E R A N 1) I C E C R E A M At the (Jala Opening of HIGH GRADE FOOD STORE, Inc. 345 N. E. Second Ave. (Corner Fourth St.) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th Everything in Domestic and Imported Delicatessen. Fancy Groceries •Meats, iruits. Vegetables, Appetizers and Dairy Products HEHR E W N A TIO N A L Strictly Kosher Salami, Bologna. ( orned Beef, Spiced Beef, Pastrami, Frankfurters and Meat Products Enjoy Our Delicious Sandwiches and Salads at Comfortable Tables, or Delivered to Your Home A COMPLETE LINE OF WINES AM) HEERS OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT PHONE 2-0760 FREE DELIVERY


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 11, 1935

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
^Jemsti Flaridlia m
combining
THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. B-NO. 41
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 193r,
Price Five Cents
ierica Was
Discovered
On Succoth
Orthodox Ladies
Plan Gala Events
[tomorrow, Columbus Day. is also
L firs! day of Succoth. The co-
k of these two holidays is
Irticularly striking because Chris-
I ,minis discovered Amcr-
L duriwt Succoth. If you "ill
a Jewish calendar you will
I tween Tisha B'Ab (the
I of Ab) and Hoshana
| (th( seventh day of Sue-
\., xactly 71 days. Then go
, ncyclopedia and you will
E | thai Columbus sel sail on
[ voyage on August 3rd
12 is exactly 70 day-.
.. words, if Columbus left
f nth day of Ah (Au-
and reached the new
70 days later he arrived
j the 21st day of Tishri,
i the seventh day id' Suc-
d ij before Columbus sailed
| in search of the Indies
X Jew of Spain went into exile.
It was tlie intrepid explorer him-
I. ho linked these two events
| he wrote in his journal on
I 3rd that "on the day their
t ordered the .lews to
|> eir lands, on the same day
}tv provided the means for me
out on my search of new
Th, fact that Columbus
bupled these two happeningsone
(larking the end of the history of
h. lews in Spain, and the other
I Ing the beginning of Jewish
I in Americahas been cited
|f the most convincing proof that
was a .lew, or at least a Mar-
converted Jew who out-
tardly professed Christianity, but
ho inwardly clung steadfastly to
li- ancient faith.
1 But tliis is far from being the
ply pie,, of evidence that the dis-
Bverer of America may have been
Spanish Jew. As a matter of
I ere is a vast literature on
ii- intriguing subject which has
ken heatedly debated by histo-
I ind scholars since 18'.'8, when
9 Celos de la Riega, a Spanish
I man, startled the Geograph-
f of Madrid by announe-
lir thai he had found material
J wed that Columbus was
rain Pontreveda, Spain, in 1487,
[Jewish parents, and that his real
kilo wa Cristobal Colon. De la
I thesis, which now has the
\ of a whole school of his-
1 cholarship, is based on a
P unndation of documentary
idencc uncovered in the archives
I Spain.
In support of the thesis that Co-
f .VMS both a Spaniard and a
lw the following facts have been
' died: Most of his writings
I i Spanish and on the rare
r when he employed Ital-
i his Utters were clumsy and un-
pmmatical efforts; all the names
? Wve to the places he discov-
h on his first two voyages were
Wme as those in the Spanish
Jwince of Galieia, where he was
fn; his father, Domenico de Co-
T a map-maker, came of a prom-
f"1 Spanish Jewish family of
at name, many of whose mem-
r" Were burned at the stake for
r'l.y profeasing Judaism; when
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will be hosts to the pupils of
its Talmud Torah and Sunday
school at a Succos party in the'
Succah of the congregation on the
synagogue grounds the second day
of Succos, Sunday, October 13th,
at li p. in., when refreshments will
lie served to the children following
a program in charge of Rabbi Jul-
ius Washer of the congregation. In
charge of arrangements is a com-
mittee headed by Mrs. M. Pallott
as chairman. She is being assisted
by Mesdames II. Schulman, J.
Louis Shochet, II. Traeger, M.
Moss, X. Blumberg and I'. Berko-
witz.
The fir-t of a series of benefit
card parties to raise funds for its
Talmud Torah work is being spon-
sored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation at the home of Mrs. (ler-
son August, 1876 S. \V. Sixth st.,
next Tuesday evening, October 15,
beginning at S o'clock. Mrs. Au-
gust will be hostess. Prizes will
In- awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The
public is urged to attend.
asked where his father was really
born, Columbus' son, Fernando,
said it was a "secret," a secret
which may easily have been the
fact that he was a Jew and since
Jews were suspect in Spain he pre-
ferred to identify himself as an
Italian; it was a Marrano Jew from
Pontreveda who introduced Colum-
bus to Queen Isabella; the navi-
gator was also protected and be-
friended by Jews; be quoted the
Old Testament, regarded himself
as another King David and the ad-
vance agent of Jehovah; in his
journal there were repeated refer-
ences to Jews.
In the face of this impressive
array of evidence it is significant
that Maurice David, a Jewish his-
torian, is now in Madrid to lay
claim to the Spanish government's
prize of $40,000 offered for com-
plete and unassailable proof that
Columbus was a Spaniard, and not,
as generations of schoolboys have
been taught, an Italian. David
gays unequivocally that Columbus
was a Spanish Marrano who passed
himself off as an Italian in Order
to escape th.' fat* of his fellow
.lews, who had earned the wrath
of the Inquisition, studying pho-
tosatic copies of Columbus' let-
ters to his son, David deciphered
cryptic symbols in the signature
which reveal that Columbus actual-
ly used Hebrew prayers in his sig-
nature and that he employed an
,,,-iginal form of the Star of Da-
vid. The Jewish historian has also
found hitherto unpublished cs-ays
in which Columbus appealed for
the relief of the Marranos.
This new-found evidence of Co-
lumbus' purported Jcwishness also
brings into striking relief the nu-
merous Jews wh.i accompanied Co-
lumbus on his first voyage. How
manv ,i,.ws sailed on the Pinta,
Nina a.ul Santa Maria is not
known, since only a handful of
namea have been handed down.
(Continued Next Week
Jewish News
Around the
World
Hoard of Deputies Reverses Self
and Joins Iioycott Movement
London (WNS)Reversing its
position of opposition to the boy-
cott, the board of deputies of Brit-
ish Jews officially went on record
as whole-heartedly in favor of the
boycott. In the face of terrific
pressure during the past two
year-, the board of deputies con-
tinued to hold aloof from the boy-
cott. The decision to join the boy-
cott was reached at an emergency
meeting attended by virtually
every prominent Jew in England
ami presided over by Nevill I.aski.
The text of the boycott resolution,
which was adopted unanimously,
follows:
"We, representing the Jews of
the British Empire, solemnly place
on record our indignant protest
against the cruel and continuous
defamation and persecution of Jews
in Germany. We affirm that no
self-respecting Jew will handle
German goods or utilize German
services so long as this policy en-
dures. We pledge ourselves to
pursue by every lawful means, with
inflexible determination, a fight
which is not of our seeking against
this systematic and barbarous de-
nial of those principles of liberty
and equality to which all are en-
titled, irrespective of race or
creed."
Strictly
Confidential
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Olympian Heights
Is it true that the physical di-
re, tor of one of the largest Jewish
community centers in New Jersey
is going to Germany as coach of
the American Olympic gymnast ic
team? The Jewish War Vet-
erans arc' considering a national
conference of all organizations.
Jewish and non-Jewish, who have
placed themselves on record B8 op-
posed to Bending an American
team to Merlin next summer .
Avery Brundage, American Olym-
pic Committee chairman, has been
quoted a- saying that all the pro-
tect- iii the world won't prevent
the United States from being rep-
resented when the 1936 Olympiad
opens in Berlin in 1936 You
may expect other cities to follow
the example of the Baltimore city
council in demanding American
withdrawal from the Berlin Olym-
pics That straw vote on the
Olympics taken by the Noil Secta-
rian League at the Baer-Louis
fight disclosed some pieplant infor-
mation ... A Mr. Jack Cooper of
the First National Studios. Holly-
wood, not only voted for sending an
American team, but wrote on his
card: "You Jew bums, mocky
skunks." Ten per cent of all
those who opposed American par-
ticipation were non-Jews.
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Announcements
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Services for the Feast of Booths
will be held tonight at 8:16 o'clock
and at 11 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's
sermon tonight will be "Rejoice in
Thy Festival" and in the morning
the sermon will deal with the joy
of children. The public is cordial-
ly welcome.
Tin' Religious school this Sunday
morning will practice for the Har-
vest Festival, which will take place
the' following Sunday. Your pres-
ence i- earnestly requested.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Pan-Arabic Congress Summoned
for November
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)A Pan-Arabic Congress at
which representatives of all Arab
countries would discuss Arab in-
terests in view of the possibility
of world conflict has been sum-
moned for November by King Ab-
dul Aziz ibn Saud, mighty ruler
of Sudi Arabia, according to a re-
port appearing in the Arab press
here. The congress would be held
in Ar-Riyadh, the capital city in
Nejd, of which Emir Saud, the
king's eldest son, is governor. Such
a gathering would be the climax of
a series of such meetings, private
and public, that have been held by
Arab notables during the past few
months in Palestine, Syria, Trans-
jordan and Arabia. It is under-
stood that Emir Saud, the Arabian
crown prince, has broached the
agenda of the congress to F.mir
Abdullah, ruler of Transjordan un-
der British sovereignty, who had
previously been at odds with Ibn
Saud, but who seems to have been
reconciled by recent events. Dur-
ing Kmir Saud's visit recently to
Amman, capital of Transjordan,
some of the foremost nationalist
Arab leaders were in attendance.
Many of these had taken an active
part in T. E. Lawrence's famed
"Revolt in the Desert."
Zionist Front
Although the next Z. O. A. con-
vention is still nine months away,
the Zionist pot is already boiling
merrily The opposition group,
headed by M. Maldwin Fertig and
including, among others, Dr. A.
Coralnik and Isaac Carmel, stole
a march on the Zionist powers that
be by arranging a successful din-
ner party at which l.ouis I.ipsky
reported on his Zionist Congress
impressions Since the official
Zionist meeting to review the con-
gress was not held until the next
clay the oppositionists' party had
lifted the cream from the dish.
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
"Tabernacles." In addition to the
sermon there will be prayers,
scripture reading and a question
box.
Athletic Department
Max Baer's father and brother
don't talk to him any more because
they think he quit in the Louis
lie I.; Did you know that City
College and Brooklyn College,
whose football teams are 90 pel-
cent Jewish, and whose coaches are
non-Aryans, opened their gridiron
season on the evening of Septem-
ber 28th, which, in case you've
forgotten, was on Rosh Hashanah
. Yiki Mania, the world's ping
pong champion, i- probably fin-
ished as a player He's in a
Budapest hospital for an operation
on his arm, which was badly in-
jured in an automobile accident in
Paris Barney Ross may go to
Australia this winter to defend his
we Iterweight title Keep your
eye on Dick Sklar. brawny guard
of the University of Kansas eleven
. Out where the tall corn grows
thoy expect him to make the All-
American this year.
(Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Succos will begin tonight at <>
o'clock. Tomorrow morning the.
rabbi will speak in Yiddish on "The
SuccahA Symbol of Jewish Life."
Sunday morning the rabbi will
again speak in Yiddish on "What
Does the Ksrog Signify?" Cantor
Mamches will chant the services.
On Sunday, October 20th, a Sim-
chas Torah party will be held in
the Succah of the congregation and
refreshments will be served to the
children by the Sisterhood of the
congregation.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
NATHAN WROOBKL, Cantor
Succos will be ushered in tonight
at 6 o'clock. Tomorrow morning
services begin at 8:30 and the rabbi
will preach on "Succosthe Clear-
est Interpretation of Jewish His-
tory." The services will be chanted
by Cantor Wroobel. Following the
evening and morning services Kid-
dush will be served in the Succah
of the congregation by Beth David
Sisterhood. The' second day of Suc-
cos will begin at 8:30 and the usual
services will be held.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox i
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Cantor
Succos will begin tonight at 6
o'clock. Tomorrow morning serv-
ices begin at 9, when the rabbi will
preach on "Permanent or Tempo-
rary Dwelling." Sunday morning
services begin at '.'. when the rabbi
will preach on "The Home Born."
The second day of Succos, Sunday,
October 13th, a children's Sue ec
party will be held in the Succah of
the congregation at 2 p. m.. when
refreshments will be served, with
the affair in charge of Rabbi
Washer. At Sunday morning serv-
Icei William Dock, son of Mrs. Rose
Dock, will become Bar Mitzva and
will recite the Haftoro and deliver
an address in English. Cantor
Schlachman will chant.

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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Plans arc being carried out to'/1
make the formal opening f Jun-
ior Hadassah on October 20th at
p. m. an outstanding event. A
fashion show carrying out the Jun-
ior Hadassah motif will be a fea-
At a i ecent committee meet-
Fday, October 1,
si SOCIETY
use to
*** -Shapiro f
upkeep of the Talmud Torah
____________________________________________________----------------------------- congregation and a number of
la Paix sah members to the first regular in an informal way the problems mortal windows were sold.
At Kol Nidrey services u,f.
day night in Beth David (V

gallon several thousand IT
was pledged in response to *
!>eal by Rabbi Max Shi
ing models were selected for the bridge at the Cafe Rue d i
various parts of the show. Gowns I Miami Beach, al 12:30 p. m. on meeting of Hadassah. to be held of modern life, such as the inivited

will b, selected at the next meet- Tuesday, November L9th. when a Monday afternoon, October Hth. guest may suggest. Anyone who is At the Miami Jewish OrtW.
ing. The event will be held at gala program of entertainment will a: 2:30 o'clock, at the Royal Palm interested to receive an invitation Congregation a substantial s
Club. Rabbi -Max Shapiro will be may communicate with Dr. Jacob was pledged for the Talmud tZ
the guest speaker ,>,, the subject II. Kaplan, who will be very happy of the congregation, much of ,'
aiq
has already been paid, as
of an address by Rabbi
Wash.'.-, who graphically ^"J
a Jewish people without its TV.
Torahs.

gala program
the Royal Palm Club. provided.
Every member of the Miami unit
is concentrating h,r efforts on Mr. S. Mailer and family re- of "Highlights in the History of to extend him this courtesy. Only
membership this month, similar turned to Miami Beach last Sun- Zionism." Mrs. Isidor Weinstein fifteen can be accommodated in
activities are in progress in all of day from Monticello, X. V.. and will review "Road of Ages." by this booth at a time.
the -'(in cities where active Junior will shortly announce the reopen- Robert Nathan. Vocal selections ...
Hadassah units function. The na- ing of his kosher meat market. will be given by Mrs. Bertram Mrs. M. B. Frank and Mrs. Leon-
tional campaign, under the direc- Raff, accompanied at the piano by .,,.,) ].-> wju entertain at a bridge
tion of Miss Nell Ziff of Minneap- Associate Judge Otto Stegemann Miss Freda Miller. The guest book partv flir tht, benefit of the Loy- Beth David Sisterhood is
olis, seeks an increase of 5,000 of the Miami Bead. Municipal will be in charge of Mrs. Maxwell u|ty (-lu(j auxiiiary of Eniunah soring a benefit card paj
members to bring the total enroll- Court delivered the main address Hyman and Mrs. Albert E. Ros- chapter at the home of Mrs. Finn, Talmud Torah Hall n
"'en: to 17........ 0f the evening at the meeting of enthal. 319 \. r;. 25th St., next Tuesday /'" ''lln!"
Junior Hadassah has beet! active the Young Men's Hebrew Associa- evening, October loth, at 8 o'clock. '' ilt S Dl '" W.
:iore than Hi year.- in the work tion last Wednesday night. Other The membership dance of the |>nzts will be awarded for high ,ails wl" :iPP'ar in an earl);...,
a national home for Iresses during thi g were junior division of the Y. M. H. A. gcores and refreshments will be
the Jew.- in Palestine. The proj- madi B Schlachman, execu- will be held at the clubhouse Sun- 5erve e,t- in Palestine include Meier the d if the organization, day evening, October 13th. All old ;iiu.m|_ ,1|(' Simchas Torah party to
Shfeyah, a children's village, a who il : several new mem- members and prospective men ... n
nurses' training school whose grad- bers and discussed plans for the are invited. The admission i- ap- dox Congregation for all
ith the best trained coming winter season, and E. Al- plied on the annual dues. The club ,H' Senior Council of Jewish worshipers and friends, in fc
untry, and an ag- beri Pallott, who spoke on the is considering having a Halloween Women this week announced that 0f thirty new meml
licultU lied Paid. mnual dance of affair. Ann I.ehrman ami Nellie It had awarded two scholarships at th,, congregation during tl
Anna. the "V." to be held in November. Shaff will aid Esther Winer in the University of Miami to Miss (1;ivs Simchaa ,,."".
Reports of committees were pre- securing members to speak at the Martha Neham and Miss Marjorie | October 20th, following tl
l: '*' ary of -.: | during the evening. meetings. Riesner. mg Sl.rvices. is a committee ta
' VVelfa resenting the Ladies' Auxiliar,
ing a member.-bio lea at the home Mis.- Ethel M. Slavin of Mobile, Mr. Moescha Rosenberg of 1728 Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro will the Congregation, com
. Julius Simpson, 2030 S. \V. Ala., thi I Cantor Maurice Lenox ave., Miami Beach, has giv- be hosts at Kiddush to the wor- Mrs. P. Berkowitz, chairman, a
n Monday afternoon, Mamches of Beth Jacob Congrega- en Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan the shipers of Beth David Synagogue Mesdames M. Dacks, M. ,
Every I Beach, was a visitor to privilege of inviting a dozen men IK.xt Saturday morning following Weinberger, J. Hirsch and Mix J
memb( ,w Miami Beach this week. each day during the Fea-t <-f Succas services in celebration of cobskind. The same committeeri

member with '
committee ti
Booths, beginning Sunday, October the birth of their daughter, Heva also provide refreshment, I
Mi Williamson, presi- 13th, to visit a booth built by him Shulamis.
'" : ^UX lent of the Senior Chapter of in the traditional Jewish style, at
Bureau will ipen Man. Ha: extends a cor- bis beautiful home, to spend two
' season n n dial ii to visiting Hadas- hours from 2 to -l p. m. to discuss
ing Hakofos on Saturday :..-.
October Huh, assisti d by membra
of the congregation.
Ceremonial Accessories lor Home and Synagogue Fourth Floor
C/^i % Only At
SSLEY
Shirts
Burdine's
The marriage of Miss Sara
(he first to brini
men neatness of a
stiff collar with
soft collar comfort
v *hirta wil1 ,!' you down iu want to make appear-
ance. From breakfasl to dinnertime, their wiltless Trubeniz( ra <,...,
and fresh ... undaunted by heat or moisture! Sizes 131 is iQ
ths from 32 to 35. ol
Madras Hroadclolh White Colors
-. STREE1 I LOOR
A committee of Bi :h David Sis-
terhood will be hosts to the chil-
dren of its Talmud Torah Sundav ,
school next Sunday morning in the % ****** "frs.
Succah of the congregation at spe- of th,s clty' to Mr" Irvin S":or'
Cial service.-, beginning at 10 *n f Mr' 8n o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro will be in lon* t,me refldnt anJ craiIiml
charge workers of Miami was wkmnvti
. last Monday night at the home of
Registration for the Talmud To- l,u" *room'a parents in th,
rah and Sundav school of Beth Da- "f nu'ml*'r* "f thl' immediate
Vid will be held every (lav next ll,CS- Rabbi Max Sh*P ofte
w. k at the Talmud Torah from 4 ed' with rantor B'"'is ^h*Am
to 6 p. m. All parents are urged "> "iss Lillian Dock,
to register their children. U''' "f ""' bride' Waa ,11Bld f "*.
t t and Mr. Julius Spector, brother of
the groom, was best man. Folio*
ing the ceremony, the
for a brief honeymoon trip throafl
the state.
lb Bfistration for the Talmud To-
rah and Sunday school of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will continue throughout next
week between the hours of 3:30
and '. p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Specter
entertain their friends next
night, October 13th, at their hoot
Ra and Mrs. Max Shapiro will .j;;, x. W. Fourth st., in honor*
':'""' for their their son. Irving, and his bride*
nda and !" Congrega- their return to Miami aftei i
t.on Beth David at their home. 319 honeymoon. The reception mDi
S. V\ I- ave., Sinnhas To- held from 8 to 10 p. m. and J
ernoon, Sunday. October 20, t, i, r..l- of the families are cordill
ly invited to attend. Nocardirf
be is.-ued.
Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of ...
I Sisterhood, an- Mr. Frank Brenl
intment of the fol- Salem V C who
' chairmen this daya in Miami aa ti
week: Mrs' Apte, Federa- brother-in-law and '- *
Mrs. J. H. Kaplan, courtesy; Mrs. .Mitchell D. W |a i .
Elry Stom : \i,-..
Hay fund;
Mrs. Juliu mps m, uniong
.
i
il t-s; Mrs. M, i ;;...... -
school; Mrs. Bcnjan
: M( dames
Mark Max. Martin Raff, Te i Si-
in and II. VV ill
' : iring 'i Kippur
Rabbi David I. l;
than two thousand
was pledged at Beth Jacob
regation for the erection of
a ,'." ae on the corner lot
>ng the present edifice. Plans
Provide for the conversion of the
at building into a Talmud
lorah.
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San.-Men.-Tii'. ., Oct. 13-H'1
Warner BaxterKettl GsllW
Velos and Volands
[7NDER THE PAMPAS
MOON
Sim.-.Mon., Oct. IS"M
.Maurice ChevaliW
Ann SothernMerle "i",n
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 193.-,
5
That Still, Small Voice
How I wish that I could have penetrated within the
hearts and minds of many of our Jews last Monday during
the "Vizker" or memorial services. I looked about, and be-
fore me, men with tears in their eyes, women sobbing out
loud were paying rapt attention to the words of the rabbi.
When the memory of their dear departed ones was recalled
to them the Bobbing became louder and some of the men
joined in.
Perhaps I am cynical but who wouldn't be? I
watched men to whom their .lewishness meant nothing three
hundred and sixty-four days of the year ... I saw men and
women who knew not of their duty to their fellow men. in
any sense of the word men and women of means who
belonged to no synagogue, to no organization, not even to
the Jewish Welfare liureau I saw there men and women
to whom wealth, and the accumulation of more wealth was
the only Deity they had ever acknowledged.
And yet these men and women were shedding tears.
Was it a fetish they were worshiping? Was it the scare
of those who had gone to an unknown world that frightened
them ONLY at YIZKOR that caused the tears to be shed?
I am wondering whether we have descended so low as
to have become a nation of "worshipers of the dead." rather
than as a nation embodying and personifying the LIVING
TRUTH.
Rather would I see that all the Yizkor services be dis-
pensed with and a real, living, breathing Jewish nation
emerge who would try in their own humble way to do some
little- bit towards their own renaissance, than this soul-revolt-
ing exhibition which I saw. And this was true of every
synagogue.
What good are all the appeals for funds at the Yom Kip-
pur services what jjood does it avail us that all these men
and women rush into the synagogue and temple for the brief
memorial or Yizkor hour, and feeling that they have ap-
peased the possible wrath of the dead, once again depart to
mock by their actions everything they have just witnessed.
Perhaps I am unduly pessimistic yet one cannot help
bill be disgusted at these "Yizkor" exhibitions.
Perhaps these, too, will pass perhaps these, too,
will truly "REMEMBER," and the still, small voice within
them will awaken them to a true realization of their duties.
STATEWIDE NEWS
West Palm Beach Jacksonville News
Notes
Mr. Jacob Glasser substituted as
"Baal Musof" for Mr. Morris Tess-
ler at the Yom Kippur services for
congregation Beth El.
Miss Rose Friedman, who was
operated on for appendicitis last
week at the local hospital, is now
at home with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Friedman.
Temple Beth Israel and Temple
Beth El were filled to capacity
during the Yom Kippur services.
Hebrew school of Congregation
Beth El will start on Monday, Oc-
tober 14th, at the synagogue on
Fein st. All parents are request-
ed to bring or send their children
for registration that day at 3:30,
when Rabbi Muskat will be on hand
to register all children for the com-
ing season.
The Junior Hadassah post fast
dance last Monday night was one
of the outstanding events of the
season. A number of specialty acts
were presented through the cour-
tesy of the Riverside School of Art.
Dancing and other entertainment
was enjoyed. This was the first
of a series of fund raising events
for the organization.
Tampa Notes
Services will be held this eve-
| ning at Temple Beth Israel on
Broward ave., with Dr. Carl N.
Herman, assisted by the Beth Is-
rael choir, conducting the services,
j and at congregation Beth El on
I Fern St., where the services will
be in charge of Dr. I. W. Muskat.
Services will begin at 8:15.
The opening luncheon and meet-
ing of Senior Hadassah was held
last Wednesday at the Windsor
Hotel. Mrs. Leonard Moss and
Mrs. Rose Puldy were chairmen.
Mrs. I. L. Kaplan gave a reading.
Miss Sybil Mercer gave a number
of vocal selections, accompanied by
Mrs. Puldy at the piano. Assist-
ing Mrs. Stein, the president, and
Mrs. Harris in the decorations were
Mrs. Harry Katz and Mrs. J.
Strauss.
A card party for the benefit of
the B'nai B'rith Jewish Book
Shelf in the West Palm Beach Me-
morial Library was given Tuesday
night by the Palm Beach Lodge at
(Continued on Page 5)
Orlando Notes
Miss Gertrude Benjamin spent
Yom Kippur in Sanford with her
family,
Miss Minnie Weiss visited her
family in Tampa over the week-
end.
Rtbbis Rule Actor Turned Cantor
Must Not Intone Prayers
New York (WNS)If an actor
turned cantor is the "attraction"
at the High Holiday services of an
Orthodox synagogue he must limit
himself exclusively to singing and
employ the .services of a man au-
thorized to intone the holiday
a rabbinical court has
fled in the case of the Roumanian
Synagogue and Noshe Usher
the Cantors' Union. When
umanian Synagogue engaged
Usher as its cantor the Cantors'
Union lodged an immediate protest
*ith the Union of Orthodox Rab-
The latter heard the ease at
ial rabbinical court and
rul "r the synagogue to return money
feeeived for tickets it would have
to engage an assistant for Usher
to say the prayers which he is not
permitted to do because he is not
Student Board Urges Columbia
an ordained cantor.
Athletes to Shun Olympics
New York (WNS)A movement
to get the students of Columbia
College, undergraduate section of
Columbia University, to support
the movement for an American
boycott of the 1936 Olympic games
in Berlin got under way here when
the student board of the college
unanimously adopted a resolution
"opposing the participation in the
Olympics of 1936 of members of
Columbia College." The seven
members of the student board, the
governing body for student activ-
ities, are all non-Jews.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Cong.
Ohev Sholem held their first meet-
ing of the season Wednesday eve-
ning in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue. There was a large at-
tendance. Mrs. Joseph Wolf, pres-
ident, presided. A short talk was
made by Mrs. Wolfe, urging co-
operation, and plans were discussed
for the coming season. The fol-
lowing committees were named:
Ways and means, Mrs. I. Becker,
Mrs. A. Shapiro and Mrs. H. Kot-
tleman; hospitality committee. Mrs.
I). Ilillman and Mrs. I. Coploii;
Happy Hay fund. Mrs. II. I.iehcr-
man; religious school, Mrs. Louis
Jacob and Mrs. H. Ross; program,
Mrs. B. J. Cohen; house commit-
tee, Mrs. B. Solomon and Mrs. H.
Kanner. Several members were
present. The ingathering for the
Needlework Guild was held.
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Greenberg had
as their guests .Mrs. (irconberg's
mother. Mrs. M. Margolis of Tam-
pa, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Margo-
lis and daughter of .Miami, during
High Holidays.
Mrs. J. Rosen, Mr. M. M. Segal
and Mr. J. Petosky -pent Friday
in Gainesville, where they attend-
ed the funeral of Mr. Louis Jacob-
son. All Orlandoans sympathize
(Continued on Page 5)
Senior Hadassah announced the
following new committee chairmen
and program for the coming sea-
son: Membership, Mrs. J. Strauss;
hospitality, Mrs. L. Bucholtz; ed-
ucation and program, Mrs. Leonard
Moss and Mrs. Rose Puldy; infant
welfare, Mrs. D. H. Lasarow; pen-
ny luncheon, Mrs. L. S. Joel; press,
Mrs. William Silverman; peace and
co-operation, Mrs. Neal Finkel-
stein; sewing, Mrs. M. H. Witten;
Hadassah Medical Organization,
Mrs. Herbert Weiss and Mrs. Sam
Weiss; bulletin, Mrs. A. Safer;
flowers, Mrs. Harry Katz; Jewish
national fund, Mrs. I. Witten and
Mrs. L. Springer; junior relations
(adviser to Junior Hadassah Chap-
ter), Mrs. Ben Chepnik and Mrs.
M. H. Margolis; Rothschild-Ha-
dassah hospital fund, Mrs. Marx
Baker; rummage, Mrs. H. Gendzier
and Mrs. S. Halpern; tourist (ad-
viser for anyone desiring to take
a Palestinian tour, giving informa-
tion as to travel, plans, etc.), Mrs.
David Harris.
Activities planned for this sea-
son are the series of bridge tour-
naments beginning October 14th,
under the direction of Mrs. Sam
Bergman.
The first social affair of the or-
ganization will be a dance, Novem-
ber 6th, in the Windsor Hotel, with
Mrs. Harry Katz, Mrs. J. Strauss
and Mrs. Rose Puldy as chairmen.
The "Membership Tea" will be
an event of November 20th, to be
followed by the Hadassah Sabath,
November 22nd.
A rummage sale will be held
during December and also some'
activity for the penny luncheon
fund. January is Infant Welfare
month, and the big event of the
season will be the southeastern re-
gional convention of Senior and
Junior Hadassah members in Feb-
ruary. In March conies the shiet
shower, also another dance on
March 25th; the Hadassah-Univer-
sity building fund drive in April
and the Donors Banquet in May.
Assisting Mrs. Stein Hid Mrs.1
Harris in planning and decorations
Were -Mrs. Hairy Katz and Mrs. J.
Straus-.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Kodoph
Sholom Temple will give a Bow-
ery Ball Halloween night, October
31st, at the Y. M. H. A., accord-
ing to an announcement by Mrs.
A. M. Wolfson, chairman of the
ways and means committee, at the
first meeting of the auxiliary, Oc-
tober 3rd, in the schoolroom of the
temple. Mrs. Wolfson will be as-
sisted by Mesdames S. Marks, Fred
I'erlman, Ben Haimovitz and Mrs.
Morris Bennett. Prizes will be
awarded for the most original cos-
tumes and an entertainment pro-
gram is being planned.
Mrs. A. R. Berger, president,
sidi'd and reports were made by
chairmen of standing committees.
Plans for the year's activities were
announced. Mrs. R, Solomon and
Mrs. S. Levin were hostesses for
the meeting.
The following members were ap-
pointed to a committee to plan for
the annual birthday party of the
auxiliary: Mrs. I. Liebman, Mrs.
I. Scgall, Mrs. P. Gotler, Mrs. Ja-
cob Wittner, Miss Clara Wohl, Mrs.
M. II. Kisler, Mrs. George Ichil
| and others.
Those in charge of decorations
and refreshments for the Succoth
festival are Mrs. Charles Marko-
witz, Mrs. I. Scgall, Mrs. I. Ab-
ramovitz and Mrs. S. Bokor. Mem-
bers of standing committees for
the year are: Ways and means
committee. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson,
chairman, Mrs. S. Marks, co-chair-
man, Mrs. B. Haimovitz, Mrs. Ir-
(Continued on Page 5)
St. Petersburg
Notes
Services for the Sabbath and
Succoth Festival at Cong. B'nai Is-
rael are: Friday, 8 p. m., sermon,
"The Festival of Ingathering; Sat-
urday, 9 a. m., sermon, "The Beau-
ty of the Psalms"; Saturday 8 p.
m.; Sunday, '.< a. m., "The Lessons
of the Succah." On Sunday morn-
ing Leon Young, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Young, will be Bar
Mitzva. lie will chant the Maftir
and Haftoro and deliver an ad-
dress on the subject of "Duty."
Rabbi Kleinfeld will deliver the
charge to the confirmant.
Mrs. Robbins gave birth to a
son. The Brith will take place
Wednesday morning at the Mound
Park Hospital.
Mrs. Celia Boston is a patient
at the Mound Park Hospital, un-
dergoing a major operation from
which she is slowly recovering.
Dave Rothbatt returned from St.
Louis, where he attended the con-
vention of the American Legion.
Mr. Paul Weiner, a member of
Temple Beth El, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
attended the Yom Kippur services
at Cong. B'nai Israel, St. Peters-
burg, Fla.
Of interest is the marriage of
Miss Helen Speizer, daughter of
-Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Speizer of Par-
rel, Pa., to Milton Gelbman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. Gelbman of
(Continued on Page 5)
The Jewish army and navy men
of the I'. S. Soldiers' Home at-
tend! d the New Year and Yom
Kippur services as the guests of
Cong. B'nai Israel. The Jewish
boys of thi' Florida Military Acad-
emy al-o attended in a body.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
(Continued on Page 5)


Page Four
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, October 11
$abto gtonajjog Section
EdiUd by RABBI S. U MACHTEI
r".-nUr and Director, lUJm Synf* <* Ari
SUNDAT MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLOHIDA
LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND
SERMON DELIVERED ON Bl'NDAY, (K'TOHER 6. 1939
"Yours and Mine"
Scripture Reading, i Chronicles, Chapter XXIX. Veraea lo-lfi, Inclusive.
For a twenty-four-hour period, beginning at sundown tonight and
ending with the blowing of the Shofar at Bunset tomorrow, marking
the close of Yum Kippur or Atonement Day Service, Jews throughout
Die world will turn their thoughts inward and will pray and fast as
evidence of their penitent state of mind. In reciting the ritual for
Vmn Kippur, the worshipers will read a long list of sins and will con-
fess their guilt. I seriously doubt that any one individual can possibly
be guilty of the entire list. The rabbis of old were of the same opinion,
therefore they phrased the confession in the first plural: "For the sin
which VVE have committed before Thee ."
When I ask the average individual who confesses to some wrong
why he clul it, the answer usually is, "Everyone tries to outsmart me,
therefore, I must be shrewd and tricky in order to hold my own and
earn my living." Since most wrongful arts are associated with either
the acquisition of propeny or with the attempt to protect and retain
one's possessions, I shall discuss the apparent justification as given by
the average person. It all hinges on the understanding of ownership.
of "yours" and "mine."
\ few days ago 1 heard two men debating over the possession of
n piece of real property. Each claimed title to the land, though the
manner of transfer appeared to be faulty in the eyes of the law. I
was reminded of an anecdote related concerning a famous rabbi. Two
members of his small congregation came to him with the request that
he act as judge in a matter involving ownership of a piece of land.
The rabbi sal in his study and listened to their claims. Each insisted
that the 'and belonged to him. After patiently hearing their argu-
ments, the rabbi asked to be taken to this piece of land in question.
Arrived al the destination, the rabbi again asked each to state his
claim. "A" said, "The piece of ground belongs to me." "B" emphat-
ically insisted. "This ground belongs to me." The rabbi kneeled and
place,I his ear to the earth, He listened for a moment, rose, brushed
his trousers and shook his head as if puzzled. He looked at the con-
testants lor possession of the soil and said. "1 had heard both your
claims. I wanted also to hear what the soil had to say about it. She
..;. that you are both wrong; that she belongs to neither; that, in fact,
you both belong to her.
By LOUIS PIKAKSKY
A Great Impresario
When a Los Angeles citizen be-
comes a world figure through
bringing to Southern California
ovi r a period of half a century the
greatest dramatic and musical tal-
ent of the age, and when so re-
nowned a man iti the world theatre
as Max Reinhardt seeks to honor
this man. then his fellow citizen-
may rejoice in the privilege of
paying tribute to him. Upon learn-
his first American motion picture
has its premier showing, will be
unique. Incidentally, the master
artist of the world theatre plans to
build a permanent home in Holly-
wood.
Mistaken Identity
George Jessel was the guest of
honor at a banquet sponsored by
a Jewish group the other nifrht.
As hi' entered the auditorium one
^Jewish woman guest nudged her
first American motion picture pro- neighbor as her eves folowed Jes-
duction, "A .Midsummer Night's sel: "Oh, my goodness, here cornea
l.ream." Max Reinhardt immedi- Eddie Cantor." Her neighbor gave
a.civ cabled bis close friend in LoS her '""k "f 'lu',1:
Yen are mistaken. He isn't Ed-
die Cantor. He is Al Jolson."
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studio News in Brief
Eddie Kaufman, well known
writer and producer of short film
So it i- that in vain and futile battles for possessions which we
nevi r really own we inflict torture and suffering on each other, debase
mr character by cheating and lying, misrepresentation and fraud, and
lisrupt the harmony of social intercourse. No amount of worldly poods
.an compensate for lost moments of happiness, No gold or silver can
soothe the pains caused by man's inhumanity to man.
Il occurs to me that another misuse of the expression, "yours and
mine." produces unhappiness and friction between human beings. It
is the application of the possessive pronoun, in the singular, to God.
My" God and "your" God. I have always believed that there was
one God. since there is but one, it would breed harmony to speak
of Him as OUR God. In speaking to my brother about my father, I
to not say "my" father or "your" father. He is OUR father.
Yom Kippur affords all peoples and creeds an opportunity to
think jointly a lit God. Several months ago a Christian clergyman|__
suggested that Christians join with .lews in the observance of the Day to HIM.
ef Atonement. Vein Kippur is not distinctly a creedal day for Jews.
It is a day of introspection, ef self-examination, of confession to
one's shortcomings with respect to the obligations we owe one an-
other and of the rommonncss of the debt we owe to the Creator. A
ross-section f the human race shows any, differences be-
tween members of the human family. \\ e come of common clay, are
'! '.:.< am< vices and virtues, conduct oursi with the,
same good or bad grace, and direct our paths t wards the same ulti-
end. The same earth reclaims us :> 1 it rot foolish and vain to1
. to claim exclusive "possession" of God. to claim to Bee
Inferences where they : not exist? Were we to ask God who it is!
that wi to whom He belongs, the answer would surely be
n i en. owns Him, I I il Me own- us all, that wo l'.ad our oripin i
in Him. have our being in Him and live by His r;:a.'e. and that, in
due me. we shall return i Him,
Th< Yom Ki: i brii 11 us a full real is f the
humility we -' la> We find the following prayi r: "Thou art
tainted with our sins sumption and [ ignorance, committed
r voluntarilj y compu
Thei they are reveali I and kr wn. What What is ir '
What is our piety? What is our virtue? What is
trength? What is our might? What shall w< say in
Thy presence. 0 Lord our G '1. and God of ur fathers? Are not all
the mighty ones as na re Thee and men of fame as if they
had not existed, and w i f they were without knowledge and
the intelligent as if void of mding? For the mull i f their
works is i ptiness; and the days f their vanity in Thy
mini nc< of man B' at is v ugl t, tor a
,-anity Can this prayer b< limited to Jews Does it l I
expr< -
of race and creed? Is such oiwi to "my" God?
11 "your" God fal hort :' thi n ark? Afti w< li ve shot
individual God ncept I hi petty and
man has a ft a God ace,- table t which Al.'.
DO '-
The Day f Atom man's first du
fellowmen. V hose sins
,i nt on Yom K ur B it I
Angeles, L. E. Mehymer, request-
ing him to direct its presentation,
as he had "The Miracle," the su-
per-drama of modern times. Mehy-
mer. the great Jewish imprcssario,
acceded to this request and, in ap-
preciation. Reinhardt cabled prom- subjects, is producing his first fea-
inent Loa Angeles citizens asking '" length picture for RKO-Radio
that they arrange a testimonial Studios dune Travis, young
luncheon honoring Mehymer. The Chicago socialite, who has been un-
luncheon, with 400 leaders from der contract to Warner Bros.
.very walk of life in attendance. Studio for four months, but has
played only a few minor roles, will
get her big opportunity aa the fem-
inine lead for James Cairney (the
Irishman who speaks Yiddish bet-
ter than many Jews we know) in a
new drama of commercial aviation
. Miss Travis is regarded as one
of the most promising actressea in
Hollywood Sam Coslow, song-
ster, has received a long term con-
also marked the end of 60 years'
activity in bringing world re-
nowned artists <.f the conceit stage
to the Pacific Coast.
A Reinhardt Tribute
Max Reinhardt ia very much in
the Hollywood and national news
these days. It is certain that when
he returns to America from the
Salzburg Drama Festival, he will tract from Paramount Studios .
s indeed Did you know that Willie II
rarely given a celebrity. Ye.-, even
in Hollywood, the crossroads where
celebrities meet, the honor and
tribute that he will receive when
oward,
the Yiddishcr cowboy in a Para-
mount picture, began his career as
a "gallery singer" in a show with
Anna Held?
Throuchout the land. Protestants, Catholics and Jews are observ-
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own church. In the words of Shakespeare I say to you. "To thine own
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false to anv man."
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Jacksonville News
iContinued from Page 3)
youngstown, Ohio, Sunday evening
jn the home of Kabbi I. L. Kaplan.
Attending the ceremony were
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Landau, close
friends of the couple.
Following the marriage rites,
Mrs. Kaplan entertained the new-
lyweds, assisted by her daughter,
Louise.
An enthusiastic beginning of the
for the Daughters of Israel
was the opening luncheon, held
last week.
Mrs, Joseph Hackei presided.
Rabbi M. D. Margolis, after his
lion, led the group in sing-
ing "America" and "Hatikvoh."
gemblage was addressed by
Max Rubin, president of the Jew-
ish (Vnter.
Rabbi Margolis impressed upon
| his listeners the need of their aid
in supporting the daily Hebrew
school,
following the luncheon a brief
| business session was held.
.Mrs. Datz presented the new
i
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Pane Five
Orlando Notes
(Continued from Page 3)
With Mrs. Jacobson and family in
their recent bereavecent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuchs and son,
Bernard, have returned from As-
bury Park, N. J.
Miss Ruth Esther Rosen was
home from Tallahassee for the hol-
idays.
Mrs. ii. RoSa ),as return^ from
New Jersey, where she spent the
summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Safer and
Mrs. Snyder of Wauchula spent
the holidays in Orlando with Rev.
and Mrs. B. Safer and family.
The Sisterhood held its open
meeting at the home of Mrs. A.
M. Han-is last week. The Ingath-
ering for the Needlework ciuild
was held.
Miss Annabel! Jacobs, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman M. Ja-
cobs, is visiting friends at West
Palm Beach, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green of the
Sunshine Delicatessen Store have
returned to this city after an ab-
sence of three months.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis spent
the holidays at Tampa visiting
their mother, Mrs. Hecht.
Mr. Harry Schuster has a wel-
come guest, his father, from Mil-
waukee, Wis., who came to cele-
brate with his family the High
Holidays.
Mr. and Mis. m. Bornstein and
Mr. and Mrs. s. Bornstein and
family of Clermont spent the High
Holidays in Orlando.
Preparations are now being
made to entertain the entire mem-
bership of the congregation on
Simchath Torah.
Tampa Notes
(Continued from Page .:)
gation Beth F.I was held Wednes-
F. Perlman; hospitality, Mrs. I.
vm Salsbury, Mrs. M. Bennett, Mrs.
Liebman, chairman; civic co-opera-
tion, Mrs. M. Schwartz, chairman,
Mrs. M. AronovitZ and Mrs. F.
Perlman; sick and condolence, Mrs.
M. II. Kisler, chairman, and Mrs.
H. Jenkins; house and cemetery,
Miss Clara W'ohl, chairman, Mrs.
i. Abramovitz, Mrs. C. Markowitz,
Mrs. J. Abramovitz; social service,
Mrs. I. Segall, Mrs. II. Perlman
and Miss Clara W'ohl; telephoning,
Mrs. S. J. Chaita and Mrs. R. Bern-
heim; school and education, Mrs.
Irvin Salsbury, chairman, and Mrs.
Bin Haimovitz; publicity and mem-
bership, Mrs. George [chill.
Comn ittee reports were given.
I A relations committee was drawn
between the Junior Daugh-
I ael and the senior or-
ganization. Mrs. I. W'einstein was
appointed chiirman. The dessert
bridges was liscussed and Mrs.
nik and Mrs. Max Safer
anil Mrs. I). Safer were chosen
I chairmen for the event.
In charge of arrangements were
Mrs, Ida Feldman, Miss Ethel Joel,
chairmen, and their co-chairmen,
|Mrs, T. M. Schneider, Mrs. N. H.
In, Mrs. M. Hammerman,
[Mrs. A. S. Goffin, Mrs. A. Zoslow,
IMrs, A. Kskin and Mrs. J. Sloat.
Mrs. Kessler and three sons of
Leesburg spent the holidays here.
West Palm Beach
The Tampa section. National
Council of Jewish Women, held
their first meeting Wednesday aft-
ernoon at the Tavern. Mrs. Wayne
Thomas spoke on "Legislation."
After the meeting there was a
(Continued on Page >)
Mr. and Mrs. Spilky and family
of Mt. Dora spent the holidays in
Orlando.
Morton Levy and A. Kaminol'f
-pent the holidays in Orlando.
(Continued from Page 3) day evening at the home of Mr.
the Monterey Hotel on Clematis Maurice Moss, with Mr. H. Gold
and Sapodilla sts. The party was presiding. Business matters of
well attended and a neat sum of; importance were discussed and fi-
money was realized for the pur-' nancial report of the holidays ren-
chasing of books. dered.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kanner
and family of Sanford and Mrs. S.
Her8h, Mr. and .Mrs. Aaron Kan-
ner ami family of Miami, Mr. Sam-
uel Kanner of Miami spent the hol-
idays in Orlando as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kanner.
Mr. George Silverstein has re-
turned from a trip to Boston and
New York.
Mr. Morris Tessler is in the Good
Samaritan Hospital under obser-
vation.
Mr, Sam Goldstein, after spend-
ing ten days at the Good Samar-
itan Hospital, where he was op-
erated upon, is now convalescing
at his home.
Harold Schutzer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Schutzer returned
home from a four months' trip to
the West and Southwest.
: ing the season with a
Iluncheon in the Windsor Hotel the
Sisterhood and its new
Mrs. L. P. Lippman, en-
lipon the new year. Mrs.
an presided and Dr. Israel I..
. rabbi of the Temple Aha-
Ivath Chesed offered the invoca-
The luncheon meeting fea-
announcement of eight
I i and the introduction
of five members of the Brunswick,
i Sisterhood,
program was written and
I by Miss B. Peiser, pro-
j man, which was a "wed-
Mr. Temple and Miss Sis-
Mr.-. Francis M. Holt
I i Promise Me," accompa-
the piano by Miss Rose
[ y, and a violin obbligato
by Alice Biscow Sager, fol-
he entrance of the wed-
y to the strains of the
I- Chorus from "Lohengrin"
ind piano.
iking.part were: Mrs.
[' s- J a the rabbi; Mrs. Aaron
. the bride; Mrs. Hugo
L: bridegroom; Mrs. W. S.
bride's father; Mrs, Sid-
1'-'V J. Brown, the maid of honor;
[ ir Silverman, Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Maurice Cherry
Jartin Sack were brides-
( little Misses Paula Mark
Grunthal were flower
i Mrs. i,. M. Lippman was
Across the breast of
rticipant was a ribbon
I hi r place in the scheme]
activity.
A group of novelty telegrams
ad by the program chair-
''""i- to the program Mrs. L. P.
j' in, president, gave greetings
f" all, and her first official mes-
p-' to the members.
" the invocation all stood in
Plent memorial to those who died
fUr'"tT the past year.
A new study group under Mrs.
Services for the High Holidays
were well attended. The services
were conducted by Rev. B. Safer.
B. J. Cohen and \V. Lieberman led
the responsive readings. Rev. Sa-
fer lectured on "Kol N'idre" and a
short talk was given by Mr. B. J.
Cohen, president.
Sisterhood Beth Israel held their
annual meeting and luncheon
Tuesday, October 8th, at the Fern
Grill. The meeting was largely at-
tended by the members of the Sis.
terhood, with Mrs. Harry Halpern,
president of the Sisterhood, pre-
siding. Dr. Carl N. Herman, rabbi
of Temple Beth Israel, was the
main speaker of the occasion.
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A business meeting of Congre-
St. Petersburg
(Continued from Page 'II
Society will give Its first social
and card party Sunday night at
the Auditorium of Cong. B'nal Is-
rael.
.Mrs. Kornfield, formerly of Jack-
sonville, is now a resident of this
city and an active worker of the
congregation and auxiliary.
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Circulation, etc., Ri-quirrd by the Act
of rinirm of AukukI 34, 1912
or The Jewish Florldian, published weekly
.11 Miami. Florida, f..r October 1. IMS.
State of Florida, County Dad*, M.i
Before me, u notary public. In unit for
the state and county aforesaid, personally
appeared J. Louis Bhoehet, who, bavin*
brvn duly sworn according to law, deposes
mid says that he is tli.- owner <>f the Jewish
Florldian. and that the following i*. t the
best ,-f hi- knowledge and belief, n true
statement *>f the ownership, mnnnKenu-nt,
(and if a dally paper, the circulation),
,'t'.. of the aforesaid publication f date shown In the above caption, required
by the Act Of August 14, I01S, embodied
in section til. Postal Laws and Regula-
tion*, to-wit:
1. That the names and address of the
publisher, editor, mannKiiiK editor, and
business maniiKers are:
Publisher J. Louis Shochet, P. O. Box
2913, Miami. Fin.
Editor J. Louis Shochet, P. O. Boa
21173. Miami. Fla.
Manak'iiu' Editor J. Loull Bhoehet, P.
O Bol IBIS, Miami. Fla.
Business Manager J. Louis Shochet. P.
0. Bra 1978, Miami. Fla.
2. That the owner is: I If owned by a
corporation, its name and address must
be stated and also Immediately thereunder
the liana- and addresses ..f stockholders
owning or holdinK one per cent or moru
of Vital amount of stock, If not owned by
a corporation, the names and addresses of
the Individual owners must ha given. If
owned by a firm, company, or other unin-
corporated coneern, its name and address.
as well as those of each individual mem-
ber, must be given.)
J Louis Shochet, trading as The Jewish
Florldian Publishing Co.
3. That the known bondholders, mort-
gagees, and i.th.r security holder, owning
or holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount ,,f bonds, mortgages, or other se-
curities an-: llf there are none, so state.)
None.
4. That the two paragraphs next above.
giving the names of the owners, stockhold-
ers, and security holders, if any. contain
not only the ht of stockholders and se-
curity holder-, a- they appear upon the
books of the company but al 0, in r.i ...
where the steel holder or security holder
appear, upon the books of the company a<
trustee or in any other fiduciary relation,
the nan of the pee-on or corporation for
whom such trustee i acting, la given; also
that the said two paragraphs......tain tat*.
nient. embracing affiant's full knov edge
and belief ... to the circum tanci and con-
ditions under which stockholders ami se-
curity holders who do not appear upon thy
1..... "I the company si trustees, hold
stock and securities In a capacity other
than that of a I.....:i fide owner, and this
affiant ha no reason to believe thai any
other person, B .....lation, ha- in.. Intere t. direct or indirect, in the
said stock, bonds, or other securities than
as so stated by him.
5. That the average number of copies
of each issue of this publication sold or
distributed, through the mail. ,,r otherwise,
to paid subscribers during the six months
; i' eding the date ihow n ah-
i"l hi, information is required from daily
publications only. I
.1 LOUIS SHOCHET.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
Brd day of October, l II
DOROTHY M. HILL.
My commission expire- November ::. 1987,
Mrs. Edith Neimeth ami ilaujh-
ter are visiting her parents, Rabbi
and Mrs. Kleinfeld.
I. L. Kaplan was announced to
meet for the first lime at 10:30
o'clock Friday, October 11, in Mrs.
Kaplan's home, to begin the -tucly
of international affairs, peace as
the principal theme. Mrs. I.. S.
Joel and Mrs. Herbert Weiss will
l. co-chairmen with Mrs. Kaplan.
The fall cabaret was discu
Committees in charge of the day
:,.< follows: Mrs. J
Glickstein, chairman of the lunch-
eon, assi ted by Mrs. Flora T. Max,
co-chairman, of the hospitality
committee, in receiving the guests;
Mrs. Paul Nathan, Mrs. Oscar Sil-
verman and Mrs. Ilerrman Harris,
decorations; Miss Rae Halle, chair-
man of reservations.
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demonstration on "Tin' Talking
Book for Blind."
New officers of the organization
are Mrs. Henry Brash, honorary
president; Mrs. J. Wohl, president;
Mrs. B. Haimovitz, first vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. '. Swerdlin, second vice,
president; Mrs. Joe Waterman, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. D. Sa-
fier, recording secretary; Miss
Clara Wohl, treasurer; Mrs. S. M.
Essrig, auditor.
Chairmen of standing commit-
tees are: Welfare, Mrs. M. Haimo-
vitz; education, hospital and li-
brary. Mrs. Swerdlin, Mrs. M.
Stein; braille, Mrs. Leo Berger;
service in foreign born, Mi-. A. R.
Berger; emigration, Mrs. I. Segall;
civic community co-operation, Mrs.
Johanna Goldberg, co-cha
Mrs. R. Meyer and Mr-. A. Bil-
larship, Mrs. Sol Jacobs,
co-chairman, Mr-. M. Si.'in: peace
and legislation. Mrs. M. Uman, co-
chairman, Mis. M. II. Cohen; hos-
>. Mrs. Sol Ma;,-; member-
ship, Mrs. i floral,
Mrs. 1. Levy; parliamentarian, Mr.-.
Brash; program, Mrs. II. M. S
; Zie-
; fii e. Mrs \ Kess-

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October li
landa, John Miljan, J. Carrol
Naish, Soledad Jiminez, Jack La-
New Food
C*^.. i inane Re, George Irving, Blanca V.sch-
OlOre UpcIlS (|. Rjta ,ansin and Armida.
Mr-. M. KotU r has returned
N. n York, 1
she met her daughter, Lucille Kot-
ler, wli spent thi .- i
Ta r, Laki Coi Pa, She
- : Am Id Kot-
l Plant High
lsi June, wh is now a
the University of Pcnn-
Y. M. H. A. NOUS
The Yom Kippur night dance
led i
ess, ationt w< .< elab-
ntributed
sphere, thanks : Mrs, A. M.
i the dec-
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by In and will
the ensuini
list every .'. w
.. r
J(:-: C( mmunity
The act
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and A. /.. A.; Wed-
iy, women'
I
i ';
. ; lay
Succoth s.wivis in t<
Registration for the Talmud To-
rah of Beth Jacob Congregation
will be held every day next week
from :i to 6 p. Sun.lay school
begins Sunday. October 20th, at
in a. m.

At a meeting of the executive
board of Temple Israel Sisterhood
held last week plans were oulined
for the big event of the coming
season, the Tri-State Convention of
Temple Sisterhoods, to he held here
in .March. 1936. Delegates from
... i,. rgia and Florida will
attend. In charge of the conven-
tion arrangements is Mrs. I. L.
Rosendorf, a past president of
Temple Israel Sisterhood. Mi- E.
Max Goldstein will he program
chairman. Set il of Jew-
si Women and the Senior Chapter
;.;. I v en-
tertainini ''ur-
ns.
-
Plai winti r season ac-
rhood
if event luring
" these
. ;, a; the home
11. Kaplan. 436 N.
E. Octobet
m., ".''! Mi >. Adolpii
er as ro-hosl I
r high -

On Wed y, 0 Ith, a
Frolic "ill he hi
K ;.;-;. ;.;.. ith the
ii
A regular meet;:
ition will be held on
ay, November -1th. when a
Pea gram will he
under til. direction of Mrs. E. Max
'in. chairman of program. A
Thanksgiving dinner will be held
the latter part of November. In
i Chanuka birthday din-
ner will hi held in celebration of
Dr. Kaplan's birthday. The latter
l h a reception and
will he given to university
ts, with Mrs. Sidney Meyer
of arrangements. Jan-
uary events will include a dinner
. with Mrs. J. Richter in
..- i .; cafeteria bridge
Mr-. H. I. Magid
in charge. Th< Sisterhood will
irthday luncheon or, the
fii st M :. lay in February. This
W( I y a V..
;. 14th and
lay cel-
iarj 21st. The
1 St iti Fi I <.--. --
Is event of
In A] ;'..-.
: supp< v.
ng for i ..ction
: fficers. May -s the
annual inst
act ivit Full
f these evi
..
One of the most completely
equipped food shops in Miami will
be opened tomorrow, Saturday. Oc-
tobei 12th, when the High Grade
Food St.no at 346 X. E. Second
a.... a; the corner of Fourth st..
will begin business. One of the
-t refrigerated coolers in the
city features this new store, which
has modern shelvings, refrigerat-
ed display eases and every con-
venii nee for the shopper. Mr. Na-
than Falk, who heads the film. i<
well known in food circles, having
been the founder ( the Hy
Provision Company and operatoi
a hain of delicatessen stoi
N.w York City. Several years
ago he came to Miami and last
iperated the High Grade New
York Delicatessen Store on X. E.
St. The new store, situated
in the heart of the business
tion, will carry a complete line of
everything in : and import-
ed delicatessen am! fancy f.....I
will featun thi ti ictly kosher 11. -
brew Natioi al line of meat prod
itessen, ;.- w<
etizers.
- and salads will bi
lual tabli
will ho
from 7 a. m. to midnight. On
.; day all customers may
have their .hoi cream or
with every purchase. A
fine line of beers and wines will he
:. ;n addition to a stock of
Mr. Falk extends a cor-
: a nvitation to the public to visit
tlie new store to become ac-
quail.'
Gay, fanciful and Parisian to the
o,re,' "Folies Bergere," Darryl F-
Zanuck's lavish 20th Century mu-
sical extravaganza, starring Mau-
i alier. befri.is Sunday at
the Seventh Avenue Theatre
Chevalier is seen both as Ch
Her, the gay, singing, straW-hatw
star of the Folies Bergere, an?8
an amorous, be-mustached, be m
ocled French baron, whom he I
personates in his act.
Things begin to happe,
Chevalier agrees to imp,,
the baron in life as well, partis
larly since the baron's beautify
but neglected young wife preu>nd!
to be unaware of the duplicity.
Merle Oberon makes her Holly.
wood debut as the baron's wife
while blonde Ann Sothern contrih-
uates complications as Mimi, Char-
lier'a jealous partner and Mvee.
heart. Lumsden Hare, Rob(r
Grieg, Walter Byron and Erit
Blore are also prominently cast.
"Folies Bergere" \:aurice
five cay new hit tunes, "Si'iirinei
Happy Song." "Rhythm
Lain." "I Was Lucky," "An 1:
I Amour" and "1 r
Words Right Out of My Mouth.'
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Warner Baxter proves his versa-
tility when he plays the role of
Cesar, the gaucho, in "Under the
Pampas Moon," which starts Sun-
day at the Tivoli Theatre.
Baxter snips, dances, plays the
guitar, throws the bolas and rides
a horse, in addition to playing a
number of romantic scenes.
As for making love, that's an-
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