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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
-No. 43
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2:.. 1935
Price Five Cents
e w i s h N e w s Roosevelt to "An Open Letter" Jewish Roundup
Around the
World
ari Election Procedure for Chief
Rabbi of Palestine
m (WNS-Palcor Agency)
l,. Chief Rabbinical Council of
Jjggeth l raele, meeting with the
,resentatives of the Vaad Leumi,
decided to name an elections
nmittee for the nomination of a
(vv chief rabbi to succeed the late
L 'v Abraham Kook. A group of
Ihkenas rabbis has furthered
icy of Rabbi Z. P. Frank
temporary successor until
it a permanent chief rabbi has
\n elected, urging the Vaad
umi and i lie government to eon-
ni this temporary appointment.
I,- request was denied by the
Lul Leumi on the ground that
fbl>i Frank left the Knesseth Is-
aml cannot, therefore, occupy
Jerusalem Rabbi. Rabbi
ink contends that the late Rabbi
ck himself named him as suc-
r, diii'inir Kook's visit to the
|il,d Slates. The disciples of
Aid Appeal
The world-wide celebration of the
fifteenth anniversary of the Pal-
estine Foundation Fund, the cen-
tral agency for the rebuilding of
the Jewish National Home in Pal-
estine, was launched here with a
mass meeting at which greetings
were read from leading personal-
ities throughout the world, includ-
ing a message from President
Franklin I). Roosevelt of the Unit-
ed States.
In commenting on the anniver-
sary celebration President Roose-
velt lauded the contributions of
American .lew- i,, the rebuilding
of Palestine. He said:
"1 am glad of the opportunity
to send you a word of congratula-
tion upon the celebration of the
fifteenth anniversary of the Pales-
Kditor's Note Because of he
prominence of (he gentlemen in-
volved, as Jewish communal
leaders of this area, and the
probable "Chillul Hashem" that
will result, every effort to reach
Mr. I.iberman was made to af-
ford him the opportunity of pub-
lishing a simultaneous reply to
the following letter, without re-
sult. The columns of this paper
are open free of charge to Mr.
I.iberman for his reply.
Indianapolis (WNS) Allan
Bloom, secretary of the Indianap-
olis Jewish Community Center As-
sociation, has been named Indiana
Btate chairman of the Works Prog-
ress Administration Committee.
Miami, Florida,
October 24, 1988.
Mr. Philip I.iberman,
President Cong. Beth Jacob,
.Miami Reach, Florida.
Dear Sir;
I am writing an open letter to
you in this newspaper because, in
tine Foundation Fund, the organi- my opinion, the issues involved
Cation which the Jews of the world conce the local Jewish commu-
have formed to assist in the es- "itv- Ust vt'ar w ""'<'<' appeals
tablishment in Palestine of a Na-
tional Home for the Jewish people.
for funds to counteract Silver
Shirt movements and other Hit-
Certainly without the help which lerite Anti-Semitic programs here.
the fund has rendered it would not In th<' ,iht of this situation, the
have been possible for the Jewish sl:""11'1" and infamy of certain ar-
H ^n i*** f ,th,C Ca"" I Agency and the Jewish people to |ticlea recently published by a lo-
have accomplished the results ,cal Jew- not onlv about myself,
which have been achieved in the but about prominent non-Jews, and
Holy Land. You may well be ,sold in Miami streets by scream-
proud of the part which American in* newsboys, tend to create just
Philadelphia (WNS) I.ouis K.
Levinthal, son of Rabbi B. F. Lev-
inthal, has been sworn in as coun-
sel for the state public service com-
mission.
Seattle (WNS) William War-
shal. Seattle revolver ace, now
ranks as the nation's number one
Jewish marksman, having won the
national championship for picket
revolver shooting at the U. S. Re-
volver Association's meet.
Kansas City (WNS)George H.
Charno is to be the new president
of the Kansas City Boy Scout
Council.
Brooklyn (WNS)Rabbi Leon
Spitz, former occupant of pulpits
in Hoboken, Bridgeport and New
Strictly
Confidential
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
acy of Rabbi Charlop of Jerusa-
who is not a member of the
esseth Israel either, however.
Mizrachi group is anxious to
urc the appointment for Rabbi
ppiro of Kovno or Chief Rabbi
Herzog of Ireland. Mention
^Iso being made of the candidacy
Rabbi Chaim Chernowitz, known
Ifiav /.air, of New York.
pdun Jewry Stunned to I.earn
Jew Is Nazi Spy
Miidon i WNS)A sensation
seated in London Jewish cir-
, especially those in close touch
Germai
Jews have played in this work and
of the share which they have con-
tributed toward the fund. I wish
success in your forthcoming cele-
you and yo;ur co-workers every
bration."
The message from President
Roosevelt was read by Leib Jaffe,
director of the Palestine Founda-
tion Fund, and was greeted with
the most enthusiastic applause of
the evening. It was pointed OUt
that of the 27,000,000 raised
refugees, by the dis- throughout the world for the Pal-
kurc that one of the chief agents
ptrland of the Nazi secret po-
' is '> Ji u by the name of Chaim
|eber. According to Beneber
"If he lias been spying on the
P of the refugees and
ping up on what information
F'sh organizations in Germany
been sending abroad. He also
Ned thi recent world Jewish
1 and the World Zionist
Kress. Beneber Is understood
getting 150 a nionth from
l-N'azi propaganda ministry.
such critical situations for the Jew-
ish people as we have been com-
bating in this country.
Who sponsored these articles?
I know that in the early part of
August you received an inquiry
from the office of the chief na-
tional bank examiner in Atlanta,
Ga., advising that I. on behalf of
a group, had filed an application
lor a national bank charter for
Miami Reach, and requested char-
acter information.
I know that a few days after re-
ceipt of that letter you made a
loan to the publishers of this pa-
per for $760, at the Mercantile Na-
tional Rank of Miami Beach, ami
that one Abraham Kurman nego-
M.Ml tiated the arrangements. This loan
was made on a Friday and, curi-
ously enough, the criminally false
ami malicious articles about me be-
gan appealing the very next day
and in the three following issues.
You and I know the financial con-
estine Foundation F'und, which
maintains the Jewish colonization,
immigration and education activ-
ities of the country, more than half
was contributed by the Jews of the
United States.
greetings to the celebration were
Governor Herbert II. Lehman of
New York, Felix M. Warburg, Da-
vid Lloyd George, Lord Cecil, Al-
bert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, Emilc Vander-
Via Short Wave
Madame Marian Zyndram Kos-
cialkowski, wife of the new Polish
premier, is a Jewish girl who hails
from Bialystok And despite her
high station she's a real Jewess .
When -he married Koscialkowski
the ceremony was a civil one in
order lo obviate the need fur her
to become a convert She makes
regular visits to her family in Bia-
lystok and is reported to have at-
tended synagogue this past Yom
Kippur Signor Attillo Teruzzi,
the better half of I| Duce's lead-
ing military strategist in Ethiopia,
is the former I.My Weinman,
daughter of New York Polish Jews
. Signora Teruzzi met the gen-
eral in 1922 when she made her
operatic debut at La Scala in Mi-
lan Mussolini was the best
man at her wedding and gave her
a sapphire encrusted jewel rase as
Haven, has been named spiritual !. PnMl>t \ Sh" rode ,lff "" hcr
leader of Temple Sons of Jacon I h0ne*moon '" F.manuePs roy-
al Ozone Park. al ra'lway coach -The real rea-
son why Dr. David Pirato, chief
rabbi of Alexandria, "declined" an
appointment to succeed the late
Dr. Angelo Sacerdoti as chief rabbi
of Italy is disclosed in an article
in the Nation, which says that
Pirato was more useful to II Duce
as an Italian propagandist in
Egypt than as spiritual leader of
Italian Jewry Don't be sur-
prised if young David (roll, min-
ister of labor and public welfare
in the Liberal cabinet of Ontario
Pi evince, becomes the first Jewish
member of the Canadian cabinet
He is highly regarded by
Mackenzie King. Canada's new
prime minister Wonder what
ex-King Alfonso of Spain thinks
of his new Jewish landsleit .
Andrew Goodman, son of the vice-
president of the Fifth Avenue
Bergdorf-Goodman store, recently
married Mrs. Nen.-i Manarh of Ha-
vana, a cousin of Countess Cova-
donga, (in- of Alfonso's daughters-
in-law Twelve of the banks in
the syndicate floating the domes-
tic German 500,000,.....l-mark loan
are Jewish-owned.
Columbus (WNS)Father Engel
Salzman, former director of girls'
club athletics at the Boston Y. M.
H. A., has been appointed director
of educational work at the Schon-
thal Center.
Dayton, Ohio (WNS)A. Joe
l-evy has been elected president of
the Dayton board of education.!.'
Levy, who was formerly vice-pres-
ident, is secretary of Temple Is-
rael.
Crawfordsville, Ind. (WNS)A
striking manifestation of Chris-
tian Jewish friendship was mani-
fested in this town when the local
Methodist Episcopal Church ten-
dered the use of that church for
the funeral services at the bier of
I.ouis Bischof, the town's loading
merchant and former business as-
sociate of Edna Ferber's father.
Two Christian pastors and Rabbi
Feurhcht of Indianapolis officiated
al the funeral.
Brooklyn (WNS)Dr. Israel
veldc Thomas Mann, Franz Wer- di,ion of this paper and you knew Schapiro, chief of the Semitic divi-
t'-h Emigration From Cuba
Outstrips Immigration
pvana (WNS)Because of the
w making it mandatory for
J"1' cent of the employes in all
fiess and manufacturing estab-
Bents to be native Cubans Jew-
pmigration from Cuba exceed-
fewish immigration during the
f >'i|fht months, according to the
T-annual report of the Havana
psh Center. In the past eight
llns there were 302 Jewish im-
Fa"ts and 322 Jewish emi-
l"s. The Jews leaving Cuba
W the following countries:
I1" the United States, 130 to
|n ' 9 to Chile, 3 to Argentina,
Palestine, 2 to Mexico, 8 to
nuras.
fel, Edouard Herriot and Dr. Cy-
rus Adler. The inauguration of
the world-wide Keren Haycsod cel-
ebration was a solemn convocation
attended by representatives of all
the institutions of the Yishuv who
were gathered in the auditorium of
the Jewish Agency building. The
speakers of the evening included
Eliezer Kaplan, member of the
Jewish Agency Executive; Leib
Jaffe, Isaac Ben Zvi, president of
the Vaad Leumi, and Joseph Baratz
of Dagania, who spoke on behalf
of the villages which were founded
or maintained by the Keren Haye-
sod. Rabbi Berlin spoke on be-
half of the Keren Kayemeth.
that it needed the money to pub- ,;,, r tbcl.ibraryof Congress, has
lish the paper carrying these and issU(.(l an appea, Slllm, ,Vtnoli_
oilier defamatory articles attack- ,.., Jewish philanthropist to pur-
ing non-Jews.
I know that you answered the
chase for the library a valuable
lOllection of Hebrew books and
letter of the banking department manuscripts owned by Rabbi David
by mailing them copies of these is-
sues and called their attention to
these libelous articles as your an-
swer for the requested character
reference.
You, of course, knew these ar-
ticles were appearing while I was
abroad attending the World Zionist could be stopped "by calling Mr.
Congress in Switzerland and fa- I.iberman," or else the paper would
Fraenkel, famous scholar and bib-
liophile, who is now in this coun-
try, according to a copyrighted
story in the Brooklyn Jewish Ex-
aminer,
NOTE
We regret that lack of space
caused us to omit part of Jackson-
ville. Daytona Beach and West
Palm Beach news. All will appear
in next week's issue.
miliarizing myself with conditions
in Palestine.
I know that this loan of $750
was this week renewed for several
months, after the last article head-
lined "Stop Lipton's Bank" was
published. I also know I was
called on the telephone last Friday
night at 7:30 by someone connect-
ed with the publisher and advised
of the contents and that the issue
be out on the streets in several
hours. You and I have much fur-
ther information on the subject.
Because of your present position
as president of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation you owe an explanation to
the local Jewish community and to
the several reputable non-Jews who
have been unjustly maligned with
your co-operation.
(Signed) HARRY I. LIPTON.
Fourth Estate
We wonder whether anyone can
verily a report that has come to
us that Frederick Ilirchall, New
York Times' Berlin correspondent,
was once co-o\vncr of an Anglo-
Jewish weekly in Philadelphia .
The Boston Jewish Advocate is of-
fering a rose or a carnation every
week to the New England Jew who
has contributed some outstanding
piece of Jewish community service
Washington whispers that one of
the motivating factors in the ap-
pointment of Bernard Bidder, pub-
lisher of the anti-Nazi New Yorker
Staatszeitung, as New York direc-
tor of WPA, was the fact that he
is not only a prominent Catholic
layman of German origin, but also
in a position to keep the New Deal-
ers in touch with the Nazi situa-
tion in New York, where it is hot-
test.
(Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)



Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 25 i J
Approximately uoo guesta at-
lended the formal opening of Jun-
ior HadasHah last Sunday after
noon ai the Royal l'alm Club, a
fa hion how and musicale. Mrs.
Harry Groi man, toa tma ter and
commentator for the occasion, in-
troduced the president, Miss Syl-
via Rayvia, who gave an address of
welcome. Ureetinss from Senior
lladai ah were extended by itt
pre ident, Mrs. Joseph William on,
ami from Junior Council of J< wi li
el SOCIETY >
Hortense Elaine Beckwitt, daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beck
win, l'l'I S. W. Eleventh si., re-
cently entertained a group of
friends on her third birthday anni-
versary. Her guests were Fran-
Women by Mrs. George Chertkof. ces Cohen, Grace Berg, Janice Ma-
The rashion parade depicted the gid, Harriett Palmer, Miriam
no we i tyle in beach wear, ports, Wcintraub, .lean Weinberg, Bea
pectatoi pin' convention and trice Bcckwitl anil Jules Beckwitt.
I'm inal weal. The models were
M i JhiicI Nel on, M is Kdnn I ,ie
bov it, \h Belle Tanenbaum, Misa
Anita Silvermnn, M i Ko alj n
Daum, Vli Janice Mngid, Mi
Sally <;.....Ikov ky, Mi i Marion
Blank, Mi Annette Wechsler,
Mi Millieonl Rubin, Mis- Beck
N'.i li. M i Hilda Marcus, Misa
Bertha l.iebovit, Miss Bendy Gol
denblank, Mi (iladys Max, Miss
Myrtle Goldberg, Mis-- Doris Cro-
mei and Miss Rose Finn. Piano
accompanist was Miss Irene Farr.
Explanatory talks mi the four
Mr. Louis I layman is i"
York City on a business trip.
Nru public is urged to attend.
Ann ('assell recently celebrated
her eleventh birthday anniversary
by entertaining a group of friends
at her home 527 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach. Her guests were
Ruth Wolkowsky, Doris Raston,
Doris U-Comte, Viola Fulford,
Dorothy Dooley, Florence Cromer
anil Lorraine Smith.
*
Harry Goldstein, one of Flor-
ida's prominent Jews, was named
lax collector for Dade County last
project of Junior lladassah were week by Governor Sholtz to auc-
made. These projects are the chil- eecd I.....nard K. Thomson, re-
dren"s village, Meir Shefoyah, Par- signed. Mr. Goldstein will assume
\i,lia ,,, the orange grove, his dutiea on November 1st.
the Nurses' Training School and Mr. Goldstein served three con-
the Jewish National Fund. At the secutivc terms in the state legisla-1
close of the program refreshments ture from his native county, Naa-
were erveil to all guests. sau, and for one term was chair-I
man of the finance and taxation
The second birthdn) anniversary committee, which had charge of
of Arthui Pepper was celebrated revenue bills.
with a party at the home of ins Mr. Goldstein came to Miami in I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Pepper. 1010 and took charge of this /one
Attending the part) were Sonny, of the internal revenue office of
Leroj and Elaine Ruhenstein, j the state, with five counties under
Dickie and Myron Pollock. Bob hi- supervision, Dade, Broward,
Shapiro, Arthur August. Dorothj l'alm Beach, St. l.ucic and Okee-
and Marshall Pepper. chobee. lie is a past commander
of Harvey W. Seeds Post, Amer-
Mrs. Ida Feinburg, mother of ican Legion, and a trustee of Miami
Irvinu Eeinburg, president of C. 11. Ixxlge of Klks.
Gravi & Son-. Sew York City, He i- a certified public account-
arrived rhursday with her daugh- Bnt.
ter, Shirley, to spend the winter
a .mi at the home of l.oui- Eein Among those appointed to the
Announcement of the coming
marriage of Cantor .Maurice Mam
ches "f Beth Jacob Congregation,
Miami Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Mamches of New York, to
Mis- Ethel Martel Slavin, daugh-
ter of Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob M.
Slavin of Mobile, Ala., on Sunday.
November 3rd, was made last
week. The wedding will take place
at the Ahavas Cheaed Synagogue
in Mobile with the bride's lather
and Rabbi David I. Roaenbloom of
| Miami Beach officiating. The bride
in nal ive of Canada, and is a grad
uatc of the University of Wash-
ington, the Hebrew Teachers' Col-
lide ,,f Boston and the Teachers'
Institute of the women's branch of
the Isaac Elchanan Ycshiva. She
has been instructor of Hebrew in
Mobile, Ala., and associated with
the Jewish Center of that city. She
has also written and produced
plays for the Little Theatre there.
For some time she was adult
teacher at the Spanish Portuguese
Synagogue of New York. Cantor
Mamches is cantor and instructoi
of the Beth Jacob Talmud Torah
of Miami Beach.
*
Beth Jacob Sunday school will
begin sessions on Sunday morning,
October 27th. at in o'clock. All
children arc urjrcd to enroll early.
*
The University of Miami Con-
servatory of Music will present Ev-
elyn Raff, contralto; Walter Gross.
nian. noted cellist, and Evelyn
Jones, pianist, in a sonata recital
Monday evening, October 28th, at
Recital Mall at 8:30 o'clock. The
A general meeting f the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the synagogue on Mon-
day evening, October 28th, at 8:.'(0
o'clock, fm- the purpose of nomi-
nating officers for the coming
year. A detailed financial report
of the past year will be presented.
During the evening Rubbi Julius
Washer will deliver the main ad-
dresa of the evening. All mem-
liers are Urged to attend.

The Civic League of Miami
Beach, one id' the must prominent
local societies, will be the sponsor
of a gala dance and floor show at
the Honey I'ia/.a l'alm Gardens
Saturday. November 16th. Carl
Gardner has been secured as mas-
tor of ceremonies, insuring tin in-
teresting evening. Music will be
furnished by Manny Gates. Tickets
will be popular priced. The dance
committee "consists of Chairman
William Masur, assisted by Carl
Gardner, Theodore J. Keisler, Sid-
ney Weiss. Neil Ears, Simon Co-
hen, Dr. Edward Roth, Jack Ehr-
liih and Murry Grossman and
.lack Stern, secretary.
*
Beth David Congregation will
begin its late Friday evening serv-
ices tonight at 8:15, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro preaching on "Italy
First ... in What Sense?" Beth
David choir will assist Cantor -Na-
than Wroobel in chanting the serv-
ices. The choir is composed of
Mrs. Ed Friedman, Mrs. William
Friedman, Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs.
I. Ruhenstein, Mrs. Jack Stone,
Mrs. William Wcintraub, Miss
Feldman and Messrs. Milton Fried-
man, J. Rand, L. KwartTTl
enfeld and Syd Pa|mer \,*L
Marcus will direct the choir VI
urday morning services 0f I
Junior Congregation will h I
sermonette by Junior Rabbi ft I
Scheinberg. Junior Cantors \2\
Ginsburg and Jack Seitlin \
chant, with the Junior Pre.ujl
Robert Miller, offering the ^1
diction. J
? *
Beth David Sunday school-
begin Sunday morning. Ocvul
27th, at 10 o'clock with the tl,r*
ing staff: Rabbi Ma!t ^.'j
principal; Stanley ('. Myei I
intendent; kindergarten.
lor; class 1, Jeaiutte K L
2, Rose Dubler; :S, Add. I
Mr. .1. Rand; 6, Miss Nell uJ
man; pre-confirmation, Bede gJ
denblank; confirmation, Mr. jl
Oliphant; post-confirmation, M
Louis Heiman; teachers' I
lass, s. C. Myers; monitor*!
Scheinberg, Robert Mill. I
tarial work, Mis. Meyer SchnJ
assisted by Nellie Schaff.
*
At a meeting of the pledge ciisf
of Theta Chi Omega sorority i|
the University of Miami f,:'i:J
Kirschbaum was elected pre-ict-J
Betty Lasky, vice-president, .1
Rosalyn Daum, secretary-trail
urer.

The Chesed Shel Ernes SLtcJ
hood held its regular meeting las
Monday night when five new ni|
bers were admitted. Report;
the cemetery committee shot
that the canopy and gras? card
had been purchased. A memberj
ship tea will be held in N'ovrafc
at the home of Mrs. P. ScheinbeJ
full details of which will be uj
nounced shortly. The rumni
store of the organization will I
opened soon and all are urged til
contribute clothing, etc., to the x\
ganization's store.
t 1 -' Pennsylvania nve.,
Miami Beach
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[RENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLER
Representative
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West Palm Beach
Notes
A lovely bridge-tea party, spon-
sored by the Beth Israel Sister-
hood, was held Tuesday afternoon
at the home of the hostess, .Mrs.
lack Fein. Several tallies of
bridge were enjoyed. Prizes were
awarded for high score at each
table and refreshments were
served.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, I93S
Vol. 8No. 43
The Olympic Games
One of the two appointees by
Governor Sholtz on the local wel-
fare district (No. 10), embracing
seven ((unities, is Dr. Carl \. Her-
man, rabbi of Reform Temple Beth
Israel.
Daytona Beach
Notes
Servi.c- tonight at both Temple
Beth Israel en Broward eve., and
Temple Beth El (iii Fern st, will
begin at 8:15.
Mr. ami Mrs. John Wolf and
family, who had made their home
on Kanaaga Drive for the past 12
years, have moved to Miami Beach,
where they will make their future
home.
Judge Jeremiah T. Mahoney, the fighting president of
the Amateur Athletic Union, has put the German Olympic
Committee on the spot with his vigorously worded 13-page
letter to its chairman. Dr. Theodor Lewald, challenging his
authority to make any promises that the Olympic code would
not be violated. Striking at the heart of the situation. Judge
Mahoney hit the nail squarely on the head when he told Dr.
Lewald that he was "being used as a screen to conceal his
government's most flagrant violations of the Olympic ideal
of fair play for all" and that despite all pledges. Germany
cannot observe the Olympic rules "because the Olympic code,
which recognizes in sport the absolute equality of all races
and faiths, is the direct antithesis of Nazi idealogy. which l joyed
has its cornerstone in racial inequality." These trenchant
observations, plus a damning compilation of all Nazi dis-
criminations against Jewish. Catholic and Protestant athletes,
make Judge .Mahoney's letter the most important blow struck
thus far in behalf of those fighting to keep the I'nited States
out of the Berlin Olympics.
Hut if Judge Mahoney has effectively demonstrated the
falsity and futility of German pledges, he has also replied
with equal effectiveness to those Americans who still insist
on accepting Germany's pledges at their face value1. Avery
Hrundage. chairman of the American Olympic Committee.
and General Charles Sherill. a member of that Committee,
will now be hard put to justify their position in the face of
Judge Mahoney's indictment. American sportsmen who ac-
cepted the opinions of Sherill and Hrundage and the obvious
propaganda of Lewald, must, if they are fair-minded, see in
Judge Mahoney's letter the testimony they have been looking ; Mr. and Mrs. Moses Lehman and
for. From every point of view the Mahoney letter ought to
be accepted as the final word on the Olympic issue.
Congregation Beth El held spe-
cial Simchas Torah services last
Saturday night with Rabbi laser
W. Muskat in charge. The children
of the Hebrew school sang appro-
priate songs. Refreshments pro-
vided by the Sisterhood were en-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zuckerman
of llelray Beach entertained as
their guests at their home last
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
(Continued on Page 5)
Orlando Notes
Mrs. George Kaufman and son,
Morton, of New Orleans, I.a., are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Lefkowitz for the winter.
Daytona Beach has a new lead-
er. Rev. Joseph Schenker of
Miami, who was trained at the
Hebrew Theological College and
Crane College, Chicago.
Regular Friday evening services
are held at the synagog. s'unday
school will begin October !',. Rev.
Schenker conducts Hebrew school
every week day afternoon and will
establish a junior synagogue, which
will hold Saturday morning serv-
ices.
Rev. Schenker plans an active
season. lie will have beginners'
and advanced classes, in history,
the Bible and other subjects. He
hopes to organize athletic teams
for competitive play, in basketball,
handball and baseball.
Jacksonville News
Mrs. Louis Ossinsky is the new
president of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Israel, succeeding Mrs. Harry
Pepper, who served for many
terms. Other officers are Mrs.
Louis Goldman, vice-president;
Mrs. Jacob Ginsberg, treasurer;
Mrs. Joseph Ginsberg, secretary.
The Yiddish school sponsored by
the Arbeiter Ring Branch was
formally opened last week at 243
West Eighth St., with the prin-
cipal address being delivered by
Mr. R. Kenjersky, the teacher. II.
Appelbaum Of Savannah, Ga., dis-
trict secretary of the organization,
also spoke. I. M. I.iberman rep-
resented the Jacksonville Progres-
sive Society and Mr. M. Sheinbaum
the local Zionist district The ban-
quet was under the direction of
the Women's Circle with Mesdamea
P. I'uldy, [.. Katz and D. Tied in
charge of arrangements.
The Daughters of Israel held
their annual bridge last Wednes-
day. In charge of arrangements
were Mesilames Max Safer. Ben
Chepnick, D. Safer and M. Fallis.
Prizes were awarded at each table
and a special prize was also given.
Delicious refreshments were served.
The Progressive Club, newly or-
ganized girls' organization, made
its initial bow Sunday evening, Oc-
tober Kith, with a card party at
the Chateau Lido. A percentage
of the net proceeds was given to
the Temple Israel. Winning prizes
were Miss Jean Ross, Mrs. Simon
Reed, Mrs. Harry Pepper, Mrs. Ce-
cile Shemer, Samuel Stein. Miss
Marian Rutberg received a prize
for selling the most tickets.
Two wedding anniversaries were
celebrated this past month. Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Ossinsky observed
their eighth anniversary with a
dinner, theater and dancing party,
((including at the Chateau Lido.
Junior lladassah is sponsoring a
party for all paid-up members for
November ">th and plans are also
being made for a "Night of Pleas-
ure Dance" to be held shortly.
The first meeting of the litera-
ture class of the Temple Sister-
hood was held October 22nd with
Mrs. Ray Benjamin in charge. She
reviewed "Paths of Glory," by
Humphrey Cobb.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Sherman ob-
(Continued on Page 6)
TamiiQ Nnfpc farbl The weddinK l""k |lh"" a
* i\ii\\lc\ iiUtca the home of the groom s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Scadron,
1 ia Park, announce the en-
nt of their eldest daughter,
Evelyn, to David L. Hutkin of New
Miss Scadron was born in New chairman of the social committee.
The Merry Fellows Club will
give its annual Thanksgiving eve
dance at the Davis Islands Coun-
try Club on November 28th, ac-
cording to Dr. Leon Schwartz.
spend the winter in Orlando.
The package party given by the
Ladies' Auxiliary dl" Congregation
OheV Sholem last Tuesday night
was very successful, both socially
and financially.
fork city. She received her edu-
cation in local schools, being a
graduate of Plant High. She also
attended the Women's College at
Lakeland. She has been a teacher
at the Philip Shore School for the
last two years.
Mr. Hutkin is the son of Mr. and
M|- M. Hutkin of Memphis. He
Was bom in that city and attended
hools. He is a graduate of
Northwestern University in Evan-
"ton, III. Mr. Hutkin is a mem-
ber of the Phi Epsilon Pi Frater-
nity and a Mason. He makes his
home in New Orleans.
A number of parties are being
planned for Miss Scadron and her
Wedding will take place early in
the winter.
This is the fourth Thanksgiving
affair which the Merry Fellows
Club has sponsored and will be a
formal cabaret dance this year. A
popular orchestra will furnish mu-
sic for dancing.
Mr. s, Schoor. accompanied by
Capt. W. Lsderer, spent Monday
fishing OH Lake Apopka.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Abramovitz
Jnn<>Unce the marriage of their
"oghter, Julia, to Abe Rosenfarb,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosen-
Miss Sarah E. Berkman of
Charleston, S. C, is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zbar. Miss
Berkman is the niece of Mr. A.
Finkelstein, executive director of
the Tampa Y. M. H. A.
Mrs. Estroff of Plant City, Fla.,
has been removed to her home
after undergoing a major opera-
tion at the Tampa Municipal Hos-
pital.
Mrs. A. Isreals of Atlanta, Ga.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Zinkow and will spend the winter
here.
(Continued on Page 4)
Martin Segal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Segal, was recently
elected president of John Marshall
Law Society at the University of
Florida. He is also treasurer of
the Young Democrats on the cam-
pus.
The many friends of Leo Gold-
berg are pleased to hear of his
recovery after being confined to
his home.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Cmig. IS'nai Israel, A. S. Klein-
fold, rabbi, will hold services Fri-
day, K p. m., sermon, "Let There
He Light"; Saturday morning, II
o'clock; Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
Hebrew classes daily, 1 to <' p. m.
The Junior Daughters of Israel
and the Nine Odd Club have com-
pleted plans for a Mardi Graj
dance at the Jacksonville Jewish
Center on Halloween night. The
dance will be patterned after the
gay nineties at Coney Island.
Prizes will be awarded for the
tackiest and best costumes. Com-
mittees are: Edith Wolfson and
David Lazarus, co-chairmen of all
committees; Al Goldstein, public-
ity; Charles Celehrter and Abe Si-
mon, decorations.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Segal, all of Paterson, N.
J., have arrived for the winter
season.
Orlando Lodge No. 1043, B'nai
B'rith, held its regular meeting on
Tuesday night in the vestry rooms
of the synagogue. Plans were laid
for an extensive membership drive.
M. M. Segal presided.
The annual fall dance of the lo-
cal chapter (if Senior lladassah will
be held Wednesday evening, No-
vember 6th, in the Japanese gar-
den of the Windsor Hotel. Mrs.
Harry Katz, chairman, will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Archie Puldy and
Mrs. due Strauss.
-Mrs. Hen Setzer, chairman of the
refreshment committee, will be as-
sisted by Mrs. L. BuckoltZ, Mrs.
O. Margol, Mrs. B. Chepenik, Mrs.
A. Selber, Mrs. Hyman Setzer, Mrs
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid M- P'ldman and Mrs. A. S. Goffin.
Society will hold installation of of- Mrs- s- Halpern will have charge
ficers and luncheon Thursday eve- "f tht' drinks,
ning. Rabbi Kleinfeld will install Proceeds will be used for a char-
the following officers: Mrs. Dora | 'table cause and admission will be
Goldberg, president; Mrs. H. M. nominal.
Jacobs, vice-president; Stella Gold-
berg, secretary. The October committee of the
Temple Sisterhood, under the effi-
cient joint chairmanship of Mrs. A.
R. Rothchild and Mrs. A. H. Wil-
kinson, is sponsoring what is ex-
pected to prove a most enjoyable
social event on the evening of Oc-
tober 2J in the Temple Home. This
affair will take the form of a card
party to begin at 7:45 o'clock and
both Mrs. Rothchild and Mrs. Wil-
Miss Annabell Jacobs enter- kinson are leaving nothing undone
tained Miss Beatrice Davidson of lo l,1!lk<' jt an enjoyable party.
The Judaic Council will also in-
stall the following officers: Mrs.
Evelyn Eyvolent, president; Mrs.
D. Miller, vice-president; Mrs. II.
Schuster, secretary; Celia Rubin,
treasurer. After the installation a
fish luncheon will be served at the
Nikko Inn at 1 p. m.
West Palm Beach.
Mrs. A. Hecht and daughter,
Sarah, of Tampa spent the week-
end with Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis.
Serving on the October commit-
tee are: Mrs. Roy A. Benjamin,
Mrs. Fdgar Felson, Mrs. Harry
Gentzier, Mrs. S. Halpern, Mrs. W.
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Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 26
Rabio ^tmatjoc* Jetton
EdiUd by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder and DiracUir, Radio Irnuof of Amorioa
SUNDAY MORNINGS VVIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA
SI KMON Di:i.I\ Kl(i:i) (IN SI Mi AY. (>( IOBER 20, 1935
"Sins of the Father
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Tampa Notes
(Continued from Page :i)
I WIIW Y. M. II. A.
The first public forum was held
on Monday evening, the speaker
being Rabbi David L. Kieionka,
ibject was '-Why Have
\ | eneral dis-
I the lei
On Wednesday evening the La-
Auxiliary of the Rodoph Sho-
lom Synagogue will conduct a bow-
ery dance in the auditorium of the
Y.' M. H. A.
B Scouts meet on Thursday
Meeting of the Junior
I Club will take place on Fri-
day afternoon at 3:30.
lure Reading, Exodus, ( hapter XXXIV, Verses 6, 7. and Ezekiel,
Chapter W III. Vers< I-1, 19-23, Inclusive
The team will
,ue Sunday after-
a ii \\ ayne.
Bow ling tout i i
Meeti
n and A. /. A. uii Tut. da; .
One of the most impressive
. days was the cel-
ebration of the eighteenth birth-
iry of the Ladies'
i Sholem Tem-
day night in the vestry
the synagogue. .Mrs.
am chairman, pre-
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had placed the trap; had covered the hole with branches I
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.ed on his way He
had not gone far when he was met by a hungry wolf. The wolf an-
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11 >',"' "II folio* | -hall show you a man. fat and
Eat him, and you will surely have an enjoyable meal." The wolf agreed
and toll,,wed he fox. who led him to the dummy set up by u t ,'
pers When they stood at some distance from the dummy, with the
tra,, between them and the apparently tempting human meal, the fox
said, I here he is, just as I had promised you." The wolf, however had
some trouble with his conscience. He turned to the fox and said "I'm
afraid to eat .human being God has said that murder is punishable
by death. Don't be a fool." goaded the fox. "Don't you know that
your sins will be visited upon your children? Do you intend toTea
hungry because your children will be punished?" After some further
arguments along this line, the wolf was convinced by the reasoning
o the fox, and he rushed o attack the unsuspecting dummy. Sudden
Ij the ground before the dummy gave way, and the wolf fell into the
hoi,, and was held fast in the jaws of the trap.
I he fox, now that he no longer had need to fear the wolf cau
tiously approached to the edge of the hole and looked on while the
m>f fought in vain to free himself. The wolf, at sight of the fox
called out, You lied to me. You promised that I would not be pun'
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Friday, October 25, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi
Services begin Friday evening at
8:15 .ind Saturday morning at 11
It. This Friday evening there
_nj i a Bar Mltavah at the tern-
Herbert Levin, son of Mrs.
ggmuel Ginsburg. Reception will
Id In the temple after the
services, to which all present are
cordially invited.
in. Kaplan's sermon Friday
night will be "The Difference Be-
Qood and Bad." Saturday
morning "The Difference Between
edge and Ignorance."
*
The program for the month of
November has been outlined as
follows: November 1, Mr. Harry
Lipton has been invited to speak
on "My Experiences in Palestine."
Harry Reimer, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Reimer, will be Bar
Mitzvah. November 2, Torah
reading, Genesis 6:9-11:32. No-
vember 8, Sisterhood evening. Some
of the ladies will read the prayers
anil Mrs, I. M. Weinstein will de-
liver the sermon. November 9,
Torah reading, 12:1-17:27 Genesis.
November 15. report of the Insti-
tute of Public Affairs, which met
at the University of, Virginia. No-
vember 16, Torah reading, Genesis
18:1-22:4. November 22, report of
the Institute of Human Relations,
which met at Williams College.
November 23, Torah reading, Gen.
esil 12:1-25:18. November 29,
Meals of B'nai B'rith. November
30, Genesis 25:19-28:9. Sisterhood
meeting, November 4, at Kaplan
Hall.
*
Charles Rubin, one of the stu-
dents of the religious school, has
just had an article accepted by
Voting Israel, which appears in the
i issue. This article was a
of the work in his class last
MIAMI
Temple Israel conducts three de-
partments in the religious school:
Primary department, two classes;
intermediate department, five
Classes; high school department,
four classes. The fourth class of
the high school department, a sys-
tematic study In Judaism, will be
conducted by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan
All members of the congregation
are cordially invited to attend this
dass every Sunday morning from
10 to 11:80 o'clock.
*
The following teachers are in
charge of the religious school
work: Mrs. F. II. Fischer, Mrs.
Sadye Weinberg, Mrs. Anita Bern-
stein, Mrs. Leona Levin, Mrs. Jules
Pcarlman, Mrs. J. G. Spitz, Mrs. I.
L Seligman, Mr. Sam Greenberg,
Mr. Frank Perlman, Mrs. I. W.
Meinstein, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Mrs. Morris Plant, superintendent;
Mis. A. Levin, librarian; Mrs.
Gordon Davis, secretary; Miss
Florence Coret, organist.
* *
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a Halloween carnival on
Wednesday evening, October 30th,
at 8 o'clock at Kaplan Hall, for the
benefit of the Sunday school. Mrs.
I. L. Seligman, chairman, and her
committee, consisting of the Mes-
dames B. LeVine, Elry Stone, Fred
Fischer, J. Richter, Adolph Werth-
eimer, Hilda Riesner, Harry Kauf-
man, Sam Katz, M. Marcus and
Mrs. Zukor, promise a most un-
usual affair and a good time for
all. Among the various novelties
for the evening will be a "coun-
try store," "cake booth," "wheel
of fortune," "fortune telling,"
much entertainment and plenty of
eats and drinks, besides a full eve-
ning of fun. Those wishing to
come in costume may do so. All
arc invited.
NOTES
Edited by HARRY SCHWARTZ
It is my hope that this column
will bring a closer sense of rela-
tionship and inter-dependence be-
tween the members and officer- of
the V. M. II. A., its affiliated
groups and the general public.
For those of you who are not
acquainted with the presiding offi-
cers of the men's group, they are
as follows: President, Al Gross-
man; vice-president, s..l Rotfort;
treasurer, Nat Blumbeig; secre-
tary, Pete Silverman.
In the newly formed women's
group the officers are: President,
Hea Silver; treasurer. Sylvia
Greenfield; secretary, Nell I.ehr-
man,
To avoid being reminded, we
have a fine junior group, composed
of boys and girls. Their present
officers are: President, Milton
Wasman; vice-president, Esther
Cromer; secretary, Jennie Spector;
treasurer, Ethel Diamond.
The "Y" is making arrange-
ments to accommodate a Boy Scout
troop, of whom you will hear more
in the very near future.
The Y. M. H. A. can now offer
prospective members of all ages
a fine group to join. Join now and
become active in a fine organiza-
tion that needs your help to ob-
tain a permanent home for all that
are interested in social, athletic
and educational activities.
Compliments to Boris Schlach-
nian, who, as executive secretary
of the "Y," has brought about re-
newed interest through sheer work
and patience.
Compliments to Al Pallot for his
fine work in the capacity of dance
chairman for the fourth annual
dance, to be held at the Miami
Beach Country Club.
And to Had Apte, Milton Fried-
man, Seymour Kaplan and Nat
Blum berg for their fine work lor
the fourth annual dance.
I do hope to increase this li.-t of
name- very soon.
Have you noticed the increased
attendance at the men's and wom-
en'- meetings?
TEMPLE ISRAEL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL FACULTY
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two of Miami's prominent attor-
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arose and addressed our president,
Al Grossman, as judge, your honor.
Then we have Dad Apte, who,
after listening to Al Pallot make
mention of the almanac in regard
to the fourth annual dance, ex-
claimed, "No, no, we don't want
the dance at the Alamac."
Next Thursday night, October
31st, the Young Women's Hebrew
Association will hold its Halloween
membership party, which will be-
gin a scries of membership events.
All must come in costume and the
admission fee of twenty-five cents
will be credited to membership
dues. Dancing, contests and games
will be enjoyed, with prizes for the
l'i-t costumes. in charge of ar-
rangements are Mesdames S. Shin-
del, L. Falk, S. Blanch, Ethel Lip-
owsky. M. Kaler. Ruth Drevich and
Ben Bornstein. I know you'll have
a good time.
Next Wednesday night that good
old medico, Doc Barney Weinkle,
will talk to the members on "How
to Keep Good Health." It'll make
you sick if you stay away.
In closing: Criticize if you must,
but help me if you can.
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Abel by Cain. In addition to the
sermon there will be prayers, mu-
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Friday, October 25
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movies:
Some "i" the most moving dra-
matic situations, along with .-par
kling dialogue and plenty of nat-
ural comedy, arc combined in "Or-
chids tu You," which start; Sun
day at the Tivoli Theatre.
John Bulvs, popular Binging star,
plays the rule of a clever Bociety
lawyer, -lean Muir lias the part
of a beauteous lady florist, while
Charles Butterworth, the "dead
SOCIETY
pan" comedian, poses as a wealthy
Ruthelma Stevens, Harvey Ste
idler. Ruthelma Stevens, Harvey
Stephens and Arthur Lake also
have featured roles in "Orchids to
You."
"Black sheep," a thrill-packed,
fun-capped adventure mystery that
dispenses laughs and suspense in
equal measure, starts Sunday at
the Seventh Avenue Theatre.
Edmund Lowe, a professional
ship gambler, teams up with Claire
Trevor, an actress who is walking
home from her first trip abroad.
Adrienne Ames is blackmailing
Tom Brown to smuggle in some
stolen pearls.
Edmund Lowe is off to a new
peak of popularity as the result of
the depth he gives to the charac-
terization in "Black Sheep" and
the beauteous Claire Trevor more
than does her part to make this
picture a success. Herbert Mun-
din, Eugene Pallette and Jed
Prouty gO far to really make the
comedy hilarious.
On Saturday. October 2r>th, the
Auto Radio Sales and Service, Inc.,
will open its doors to the public
in its beautifully equipped store at
1233 X. E. Second inc. The organ-
ization will specialize in the sales
and service of Delco (General Mo-
tors i house radios in floor and ta-
ble model-, and of Delco (General
Motors I. Phllco, Motorola. R. C A.
and Arvin radios for automobiles.
A i.'atme ot the organization is
the slogan, "Do YOUR OWN lis-
tening." 'I"hc prospective custo-
mer is given the opportunity of se-
lecting any model radio, tuning it
in to any station desired and to
compare all models offered for
tone, appearance and desirability
before he purchases. This oppor-
tunity is afforded by the unique
ami colorful displays of the various
models in modernistic display fix-
tures, showing all parts of the ra-
dios. Being under contract with
the factories it represents, and he-
cause of its trained mechanics un-
der the direction of Mr. Koy Boast,
who is a radio technician of long
experience, all General Motors
auto, may have all radio equip-
ment -ei\ >ed and repaired under
the 90-day guarantee, including
part-, free of charge at this store.
The firm is also an official United
Motors contract service -tat ion.
direct factory replacement parts
and units are used in repairs. The
firm is authorized factory repre-
sentative for installation and serv-
ice on all radios sold. A spacious
driveway and parking space is af-
forded customers. Mr. Alvin Wal-
der, president and treasurer of the
firm, is well known in the amuse-
ment field because of his associa-
tion with the Seventh Avenue and
Tivoli Theatres. Associated with
him is Hoy Boast, radio technician
in charge of the installation and
service department, and Lester
Walder, secretary of the firm.
*
Junior Hadassah will hold its
first regular meeting of the fall
season on Monday, October 28th, at
8 p. m. at Beth David Talmud 'I 0-
rah, with Rabbi Max Shapiro as
the guest speaker. Musical selec-
tions and a cultural skit will be
offered during the evening. An
lance prize will he awarded.
All are urged to attend.
*
Mr. and Mr-. Louis Weinkle,
prominent in the communal life ol
Greater Miami for many years,
will be the guests of honor of their
children at a public reception on
Sunday evening. November 3rd, Bl
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall,
beginning at 8:30 o'clock, when
their golden wedding anniversary
will he celebrated. All friends are
urged to attend. No cards will be
issued.
* *
Mrs. .1, Simpson was hostess to
the auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau at their membership
tea on Monday. October L'lst. Many
new members were gained and
many more promised for the next
regular meeting of the auxiliary.
The Jewish Welfare Bureau
Auxiliary is sponsoring a dance
Sunday, October 27th, at the Royal
Palm Club. Many reservation-
have already been received for din-
ner. Anyone desiring to make res-
ervations may call Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner, Bay view 1012-R. Evelyn Raff
will render a number of vocal se-
lections.
*
Rabbi Julius Washer and the
Sunday school staff of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
meet at the Young Men's Hebrew
Association bldg. at Sixteenth ave.
and S. W. Fifth St., Sunday morn-
ing, October 2~th, at 10 o'clock, for
the purpose of registering children
who desire to attend Sunday school
this season. Parents are urged to
bring their children early. Classes
will begin the following Sunday.
Due to an error, the program
mentioned for the Jewish Welfare
Bureau was that of the Miami
Chapter, National Council of Jew-
i-li Women.
Mrs. Morris Alp.it. acting pres-
ident, is calling an executive board
meeting of the National Council of
Jewish Women on Tuesday. Octo-
ber 29th, at Hi a. m.. at the home
,,|- Mrs. Morris Rubin, 2861 Pine
Tree Drive, Miami Beach. All
board members are requested to
attend.
On Wednesday, November 6th,
at 2 p, in. the first regular meet-
| ing of the year will be held at
| Royal Palm Club and will be '
"Peace meeting." Mrs. BarnW
chairman of the meeting, ren
the guest speaker as Rabbi w2
or, who will speak on "Peace," i
an outstanding musical prog
All Council members and visiti "
Council members are cordially'
vited to attend. ln"
The membership tea and recen. i
tion to rabbis' wives will |)e ^
on December 4th at the R0VJ
Palm Club.
Mr. and Mrs. M. ]i. ynnk
now located at their new home,335
Meridian ave., Miami Beach.
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Friday, October 25, 1986 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three wJewisfi Fiendia n FLORIDAONLT ftWjM WKMl r ^^ ^"** m WKSSLLY PUBLISHED KVERY FRIDAY JEWISH I-I.ORIDIAN h pUBI.ISHING CO P. O. Box 273 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Ma. EDITORIAL OFFICES: (21 S. W. 16th Aviu J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor l-RIOI) K. SHOCHET. I irruLtim, Manner Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-1181 CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered u second claas matter July 4, 1930. at the Pout SS ST£ TuSft, 1$. ^ "'%  "-* %  ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFEI.D Representative WEST PAI.M BEACH S. SCHUTZER Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative STATEWIDE NEWS SUBSCRIPTION '''>'* (1.00 I West Palm Beach Notes A lovely bridge-tea party, sponsored by the Beth Israel Sisterhood, was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of the hostess, .Mrs. •lack Fein. Several tallies of bridge were enjoyed. Prizes were awarded for high score at each table and refreshments were served. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, I93S Vol. 8—No. 43 The Olympic Games One of the two appointees by Governor Sholtz on the local welfare district (No. 10), embracing seven ((unities, is Dr. Carl \. Herman, rabbi of Reform Temple Beth Israel. Daytona Beach Notes Servi.ctonight at both Temple Beth Israel en Broward eve., and Temple Beth El (iii Fern st, will begin at 8:15. Mr. ami Mrs. John Wolf and family, who had made their home on Kanaaga Drive for the past 12 years, have moved to Miami Beach, where they will make their future home. Judge Jeremiah T. Mahoney, the fighting president of the Amateur Athletic Union, has put the German Olympic Committee on the spot with his vigorously worded 13-page letter to its chairman. Dr. Theodor Lewald, challenging his authority to make any promises that the Olympic code would not be violated. Striking at the heart of the situation. Judge Mahoney hit the nail squarely on the head when he told Dr. Lewald that he was "being used as a screen to conceal his government's most flagrant violations of the Olympic ideal of fair play for all" and that despite all pledges. Germany cannot observe the Olympic rules "because the Olympic code, which recognizes in sport the absolute equality of all races and faiths, is the direct antithesis of Nazi idealogy. which l joyed has its cornerstone in racial inequality." These trenchant observations, plus a damning compilation of all Nazi discriminations against Jewish. Catholic and Protestant athletes, make Judge .Mahoney's letter the most important blow struck thus far in behalf of those fighting to keep the I'nited States out of the Berlin Olympics. Hut if Judge Mahoney has effectively demonstrated the falsity and futility of German pledges, he has also replied with equal effectiveness to those Americans who still insist on accepting Germany's pledges at their face value 1 Avery Hrundage. chairman of the American Olympic Committee. and General Charles Sherill. a member of that Committee, will now be hard put to justify their position in the face of Judge Mahoney's indictment. American sportsmen who accepted the opinions of Sherill and Hrundage and the obvious propaganda of Lewald, must, if they are fair-minded, see in Judge Mahoney's letter the testimony they have been looking ; Mr. and Mrs. Moses Lehman and for. From every point of view the Mahoney letter ought to be accepted as the final word on the Olympic issue. Congregation Beth El held special Simchas Torah services last Saturday night with Rabbi laser W. Muskat in charge. The children of the Hebrew school sang appropriate songs. Refreshments provided by the Sisterhood were enMr. and Mrs. Charles Zuckerman of llelray Beach entertained as their guests at their home last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Continued on Page 5) Orlando Notes Mrs. George Kaufman and son, Morton, of New Orleans, I.a., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz for the winter. Daytona Beach has a new leader. Rev. Joseph Schenker of Miami, who was trained at the Hebrew Theological College and Crane College, Chicago. Regular Friday evening services are held at the synagog. s'unday school will begin October •!',. Rev. Schenker conducts Hebrew school every week day afternoon and will establish a junior synagogue, which will hold Saturday morning services. Rev. Schenker plans an active season. lie will have beginners' and advanced classes, in history, the Bible and other subjects. He hopes to organize athletic teams for competitive play, in basketball, handball and baseball. Jacksonville News Mrs. Louis Ossinsky is the new president of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel, succeeding Mrs. Harry Pepper, who served for many terms. Other officers are Mrs. Louis Goldman, vice-president; Mrs. Jacob Ginsberg, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Ginsberg, secretary. The Yiddish school sponsored by the Arbeiter Ring Branch was formally opened last week at 243 West Eighth St., with the principal address being delivered by Mr. R. Kenjersky, the teacher. II. Appelbaum Of Savannah, Ga., district secretary of the organization, also spoke. I. M. I.iberman represented the Jacksonville Progressive Society and Mr. M. Sheinbaum the local Zionist district The banquet was under the direction of the Women's Circle with Mesdamea P. I'uldy, [.. Katz and D. Tied in charge of arrangements. The Daughters of Israel held their annual bridge last Wednesday. In charge of arrangements were Mesilames Max Safer. Ben Chepnick, D. Safer and M. Fallis. Prizes were awarded at each table and a special prize was also given. Delicious refreshments were served. The Progressive Club, newly organized girls' organization, made its initial bow Sunday evening, October Kith, with a card party at the Chateau Lido. A percentage of the net proceeds was given to the Temple Israel. Winning prizes were Miss Jean Ross, Mrs. Simon Reed, Mrs. Harry Pepper, Mrs. Cecile Shemer, Samuel Stein. Miss Marian Rutberg received a prize for selling the most tickets. Two wedding anniversaries were celebrated this past month. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ossinsky observed their eighth anniversary with a dinner, theater and dancing party, ((including at the Chateau Lido. Junior lladassah is sponsoring a party for all paid-up members for November ">th and plans are also being made for a "Night of Pleasure Dance" to be held shortly. The first meeting of the literature class of the Temple Sisterhood was held October 22nd with Mrs. Ray Benjamin in charge. She reviewed "Paths of Glory," by Humphrey Cobb. Mr. and Mrs. Al Sherman ob(Continued on Page 6) TamiiQ Nnfpc farbl The weddinK l "" k |lh "" a i\ii\\lc\ iiUtca the home of the groom s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Scadron, 1 • ia Park, announce the ennt of their eldest daughter, Evelyn, to David L. Hutkin of New Miss Scadron was born in New chairman of the social committee. The Merry Fellows Club will give its annual Thanksgiving eve dance at the Davis Islands Country Club on November 28th, according to Dr. Leon Schwartz. spend the winter in Orlando. The package party given by the Ladies' Auxiliary dl" Congregation OheV Sholem last Tuesday night was very successful, both socially and financially. fork city. She received her education in local schools, being a graduate of Plant High. She also attended the Women's College at Lakeland. She has been a teacher at the Philip Shore School for the last two years. Mr. Hutkin is the son of Mr. and M| M. Hutkin of Memphis. He Was bom in that city and attended hools. He is a graduate of Northwestern University in Evan"ton, III. M r Hutkin is a member of the Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity and a Mason. He makes his home in New Orleans. A number of parties are being planned for Miss Scadron and her Wedding will take place early in the winter. This is the fourth Thanksgiving affair which the Merry Fellows Club has sponsored and will be a formal cabaret dance this year. A popular orchestra will furnish music for dancing. Mr. s, Schoor. accompanied by Capt. W. Lsderer, spent Monday fishing OH Lake Apopka. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Abramovitz J nn <>Unce the marriage of their %  oghter, Julia, to Abe Rosenfarb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam RosenMiss Sarah E. Berkman of Charleston, S. C, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zbar. Miss Berkman is the niece of Mr. A. Finkelstein, executive director of the Tampa Y. M. H. A. Mrs. Estroff of Plant City, Fla., has been removed to her home after undergoing a major operation at the Tampa Municipal Hospital. Mrs. A. Isreals of Atlanta, Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zinkow and will spend the winter here. (Continued on Page 4) Martin Segal, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal, was recently elected president of John Marshall Law Society at the University of Florida. He is also treasurer of the Young Democrats on the campus. The many friends of Leo Goldberg are pleased to hear of his recovery after being confined to his home. St. Petersburg Notes Cmig. IS'nai Israel, A. S. Kleinfold, rabbi, will hold services Friday, K p. m., sermon, "Let There He Light"; Saturday morning, II o'clock; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Hebrew classes daily, 1 to <'• p. m. The Junior Daughters of Israel and the Nine Odd Club have completed plans for a Mardi Graj dance at the Jacksonville Jewish Center on Halloween night. The dance will be patterned after the gay nineties at Coney Island. Prizes will be awarded for the tackiest and best costumes. Committees are: Edith Wolfson and David Lazarus, co-chairmen of all committees; Al Goldstein, publicity; Charles Celehrter and Abe Simon, decorations. Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. H. Segal, all of Paterson, N. J., have arrived for the winter season. Orlando Lodge No. 1043, B'nai B'rith, held its regular meeting on Tuesday night in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. Plans were laid for an extensive membership drive. M. M. Segal presided. The annual fall dance of the local chapter (if Senior lladassah will be held Wednesday evening, November 6th, in the Japanese garden of the Windsor Hotel. Mrs. Harry Katz, chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Archie Puldy and Mrs. due Strauss. -Mrs. Hen Setzer, chairman of the refreshment committee, will be assisted by Mrs. L. BuckoltZ, Mrs. O. Margol, Mrs. B. Chepenik, Mrs. A. Selber, Mrs. Hyman Setzer, Mrs The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid M P'ldman and Mrs. A. S. Goffin. Society will hold installation of ofMrs s Halpern will have charge ficers and luncheon Thursday eve" f tht drinks, ning. Rabbi Kleinfeld will install Proceeds will be used for a charthe following officers: Mrs. Dora | 'table cause and admission will be Goldberg, president; Mrs. H. M. nominal. Jacobs, vice-president; Stella Goldberg, secretary. The October committee of the Temple Sisterhood, under the efficient joint chairmanship of Mrs. A. R. Rothchild and Mrs. A. H. Wilkinson, is sponsoring what is expected to prove a most enjoyable social event on the evening of October 2J in the Temple Home. This affair will take the form of a card party to begin at 7:45 o'clock and both Mrs. Rothchild and Mrs. WilMiss Annabell Jacobs enterkinson are leaving nothing undone tained Miss Beatrice Davidson of lo l,1!lk< jt an enjoyable party. The Judaic Council will also install the following officers: Mrs. Evelyn Eyvolent, president; Mrs. D. Miller, vice-president; Mrs. II. Schuster, secretary; Celia Rubin, treasurer. After the installation a fish luncheon will be served at the Nikko Inn at 1 p. m. West Palm Beach. Mrs. A. Hecht and daughter, Sarah, of Tampa spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis. Serving on the October committee are: Mrs. Roy A. Benjamin, Mrs. Fdgar Felson, Mrs. Harry Gentzier, Mrs. S. Halpern, Mrs. W. (Continued on Page 5)



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wJewisti Ftoridian combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY -No. 43 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2:.. 1935 Price Five Cents e w i s h N e w s Roosevelt to "An Open Letter" Jewish Roundup Around the World ar i Election Procedure for Chief Rabbi of Palestine m (WNS-Palcor Agency) l,. Chief Rabbinical Council of Jjggeth l raele, meeting with the ,resentatives of the Vaad Leumi, decided to name an elections nmittee for the nomination of a (vv chief rabbi to succeed the late L 'v Abraham Kook. A group of Ihkenas rabbis has furthered icy of Rabbi Z. P. Frank temporary successor until IT a permanent chief rabbi has \n elected, urging the Vaad umi and i lie government to eonni this temporary appointment. I,request was denied by the Lul Leumi on the ground that fbl>i Frank left the Knesseth Isaml cannot, therefore, occupy Jerusalem Rabbi. Rabbi ink contends that the late Rabbi ck himself named him as sucr, diii'inir Kook's visit to the |il,d Slates. The disciples of Aid Appeal The world-wide celebration of the fifteenth anniversary of the Palestine Foundation Fund, the central agency for the rebuilding of the Jewish National Home in Palestine, was launched here with a mass meeting at which greetings were read from leading personalities throughout the world, including a message from President Franklin I). Roosevelt of the United States. In commenting on the anniversary celebration President Roosevelt lauded the contributions of American .lewi,, the rebuilding of Palestine. He said: "1 am glad of the opportunity to send you a word of congratulation upon the celebration of the fifteenth anniversary of the PalesKditor's Note— Because of he prominence of (he gentlemen involved, as Jewish communal leaders of this area, and the probable "Chillul Hashem" that will result, every effort to reach Mr. I.iberman was made to afford him the opportunity of publishing a simultaneous reply to the following letter, without result. The columns of this paper are open free of charge to Mr. I.iberman for his reply. Indianapolis (WNS) — Allan Bloom, secretary of the Indianapolis Jewish Community Center Association, has been named Indiana Btate chairman of the Works Progress Administration Committee. Miami, Florida, October 24, 1988. Mr. Philip I.iberman, President Cong. Beth Jacob, .Miami Reach, Florida. Dear Sir; I am writing an open letter to you in this newspaper because, in tine Foundation Fund, the organimy opinion, the issues involved Cation which the Jews of the world conce !" the local Jewish commuhave formed to assist in the es" itv Ust vt ar w ""'<'<' appeals tablishment in Palestine of a National Home for the Jewish people. for funds to counteract Silver Shirt movements and other HitCertainly without the help which lerite Anti-Semitic programs here. the fund has rendered it would not In th< ,i ht of this situation, the have been possible for the Jewish • sl: "" 11 1 and infamy of certain arH ^n i* !" !" f th C Ca "" I Agency and the Jewish people to | t iclea recently published by a lohave accomplished the results c al Jew not onlv about myself, which have been achieved in the but about prominent non-Jews, and Holy Land. You may well be s old in Miami streets by screamproud of the part which American in newsboys, tend to create just Philadelphia (WNS) —I.ouis K. Levinthal, son of Rabbi B. F. Levinthal, has been sworn in as counsel for the state public service commission. Seattle (WNS) William Warshal. Seattle revolver ace, now ranks as the nation's number one Jewish marksman, having won the national championship for picket revolver shooting at the U. S. Revolver Association's meet. Kansas City (WNS)—George H. Charno is to be the new president of the Kansas City Boy Scout Council. Brooklyn (WNS)—Rabbi Leon Spitz, former occupant of pulpits in Hoboken, Bridgeport and New Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS J. BIRON acy of Rabbi Charlop of Jerusawho is not a member of the esseth Israel either, however. Mizrachi group is anxious to urc the appointment for Rabbi ppiro of Kovno or Chief Rabbi Herzog of Ireland. Mention ^Iso being made of the candidacy Rabbi Chaim Chernowitz, known Ifiav /.air, of New York. pdun Jewry Stunned to I.earn Jew Is Nazi Spy Miidon i WNS)—A sensation seated in London Jewish cir, especially those in close touch Germai Jews have played in this work and of the share which they have contributed toward the fund. I wish success in your forthcoming celeyou and yo;ur co-workers every bration." The message from President Roosevelt was read by Leib Jaffe, director of the Palestine Foundation Fund, and was greeted with the most enthusiastic applause of the evening. It was pointed OUt that of the §27,000,000 raised refugees, by the disthroughout the world for the Palkurc that one of the chief agents ptrland of the Nazi secret po' is %  > Ji u by the name of Chaim |eber. According to Beneber "If he lias been spying on the P of the refugees and ping up on what information F'sh organizations in Germany %  been sending abroad. He also Ned thi recent world Jewish 1 and the World Zionist Kress. Beneber Is understood getting §150 a nionth from l-N'azi propaganda ministry. such critical situations for the Jewish people as we have been combating in this country. Who sponsored these articles? I know that in the early part of August you received an inquiry from the office of the chief national bank examiner in Atlanta, Ga., advising that I. on behalf of a group, had filed an application lor a national bank charter for Miami Reach, and requested character information. I know that a few days after receipt of that letter you made a loan to the publishers of this paper for $760, at the Mercantile National Rank of Miami Beach, ami that one Abraham Kurman negoM Ml tiated the arrangements. This loan was made on a Friday and, curiously enough, the criminally false ami malicious articles about me began appealing the very next day and in the three following issues. You and I know the financial conestine Foundation F'und, which maintains the Jewish colonization, immigration and education activities of the country, more than half was contributed by the Jews of the United States. greetings to the celebration were Governor Herbert II. Lehman of New York, Felix M. Warburg, David Lloyd George, Lord Cecil, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Emilc VanderVia Short Wave Madame Marian Zyndram Koscialkowski, wife of the new Polish premier, is a Jewish girl who hails from Bialystok And despite her high station she's a real Jewess When -he married Koscialkowski the ceremony was a civil one in order lo obviate the need fur her to become a convert She makes regular visits to her family in Bialystok and is reported to have attended synagogue this past Yom Kippur Signor Attillo Teruzzi, the better half of I| Duce's leading military strategist in Ethiopia, is the former I.My Weinman, daughter of New York Polish Jews Signora Teruzzi met the general in 1922 when she made her operatic debut at La Scala in Milan Mussolini was the best man at her wedding and gave her a sapphire encrusted jewel rase as Haven, has been named spiritual !. PnMl>t \ Sh rode ,lff "" hcr leader of Temple Sons of Jacon I h0ne moon '" %  F.manuePs royal Ozone Park. al ra lway coach -The real reason why Dr. David Pirato, chief rabbi of Alexandria, "declined" an appointment to succeed the late Dr. Angelo Sacerdoti as chief rabbi of Italy is disclosed in an article in the Nation, which says that Pirato was more useful to II Duce as an Italian propagandist in Egypt than as spiritual leader of Italian Jewry Don't be surprised if young David (roll, minister of labor and public welfare in the Liberal cabinet of Ontario Pi evince, becomes the first Jewish member of the Canadian cabinet • • He is highly regarded by Mackenzie King. Canada's new prime minister Wonder what ex-King Alfonso of Spain thinks of his new Jewish landsleit Andrew Goodman, son of the vicepresident of the Fifth Avenue Bergdorf-Goodman store, recently married Mrs. Nen.-i Manarh of Havana, a cousin of Countess Covadonga, ( %  inof Alfonso's daughtersin-law Twelve of the banks in the syndicate floating the domestic German 500,000, l-mark loan are Jewish-owned. Columbus (WNS)—Father Engel Salzman, former director of girls' club athletics at the Boston Y. M. H. A., has been appointed director of educational work at the Schonthal Center. Dayton, Ohio (WNS)—A. Joe l-evy has been elected president of the Dayton board of education.!.' Levy, who was formerly vice-president, is secretary of Temple Israel. Crawfordsville, Ind. (WNS)—A striking manifestation of Christian Jewish friendship was manifested in this town when the local Methodist Episcopal Church tendered the use of that church for the funeral services at the bier of I.ouis Bischof, the town's loading merchant and former business associate of Edna Ferber's father. Two Christian pastors and Rabbi Feurhcht of Indianapolis officiated al the funeral. Brooklyn (WNS)—Dr. Israel veldc Thomas Mann, Franz Werdi,ion of this paper and you knew Schapiro, chief of the Semitic divit'-h Emigration From Cuba Outstrips Immigration pvana (WNS)—Because of the w making it mandatory for J" 1 cent of the employes in all fiess and manufacturing estabBents to be native Cubans Jewpmigration from Cuba exceedfewish immigration during the f >'i|fht months, according to the T-annual report of the Havana psh Center. In the past eight l lns there were 302 Jewish imF a "ts and 322 Jewish emil" s The Jews leaving Cuba W the following countries: I 1 the United States, 130 to | n


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Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 26 Rabio ^tmatjoc* Jetton EdiUd by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder and DiracUir, Radio Irnuof of Amorioa SUNDAY MORNINGS VVIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA SI KMON Di:i.I\ Kl(i:i) (IN SI Mi AY. (>( IOBER 20, 1935 "Sins of the Father M Tampa Notes (Continued from Page :i) I WIIW Y. M. II. A. The first public forum was held on Monday evening, the speaker being Rabbi David L. Kieionka, ibject was '-Why Have \ | eneral dis%  I the lei On Wednesday evening the LaAuxiliary of the Rodoph Sholom Synagogue will conduct a bowery dance in the auditorium of the Y.' M. H. A. B Scouts meet on Thursday Meeting of the Junior I %  Club will take place on Friday afternoon at 3:30. lure Reading, Exodus, ( hapter XXXIV, Verses 6, 7. and Ezekiel, Chapter W III. Vers< I-1, 19-23, Inclusive The team will %  ,ue Sunday aftera ii \\ ayne. Bow ling tout i i Meeti n and A. /. A. uii Tut. da; One of the most impressive days was the celebration of the eighteenth birthiry of the Ladies' %  i Sholem Temday night in the vestry the synagogue. .Mrs. am chairman, pre. Five B \ tify the ptivity ol %  '. Is (i IS U i individual, as <>i an intii.'-!:MUM u .... %  %  %  %  1 11 I I .... 1 .• vin my principles, but |: nShv*th. C Ver profit by the lesson. Hire is his story: A fox, walking th a group o1 had placed the trap; had covered the hole with branches I "I v 8lb xi : nole the >' had set up a dun .ed on his way He had not gone far when he was met by a hungry wolf. The wolf an%  .nun,,,.,, the fox thai ting him. '.,,'", "' u 1 : "" i %  *'!}{ .''• ""'• : tarved You'll find me hut skin and 11 >',"' "II folio* | -hall show you a man. fat and Eat him, and you will surely have an enjoyable meal." The wolf agreed and toll,,wed he fox. who led him to the dummy set up by u t ,' pers When they stood at some distance from the dummy, with the tra,, between them and the apparently tempting human meal, the fox said, I here he is, just as I had promised you." The wolf, however had some trouble with his conscience. He turned to the fox and said "I'm afraid to eat .human being God has said that murder is punishable by death. Don't be a fool." goaded the fox. "Don't you know that your sins will be visited upon your children? Do you intend toTea hungry because your children will be punished?" After some further arguments along this line, the wolf was convinced by the reasoning o the fox, and he rushed o attack the unsuspecting dummy. Sudden Ij the ground before the dummy gave way, and the wolf fell into the hoi,, and was held fast in the jaws of the trap. I he fox, now that he no longer had need to fear the wolf cau tiously approached to the edge of the hole and looked on while the m>f fought in vain to free himself. The wolf, at sight of the fox called out, You lied to me. You promised that I would not be pun' led in this trap." I teeth d no Wl there But you are in the nap. estors, as I told They 1. in %  ity alone will "" H i in ou f %  : 1 ; I < .... actice f i let us all at life! • CARBONS—RIBBONS BURTON BRAND World's Host C. BURTON CRAIG CO. ill" Ida. Nafl Bank Bldg. Phone 2-4238 Miami. F!a. A-k 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 WO N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel HANSON ROOFING CO. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, October 25 St the J movies: Some "i" the most moving dramatic situations, along with .-par kling dialogue and plenty of natural comedy, arc combined in "Orchids tu You," which start; Sun day at the Tivoli Theatre. John Bulvs, popular Binging star, plays the rule of a clever Bociety lawyer, -lean Muir lias the part of a beauteous lady florist, while Charles Butterworth, the "dead SOCIETY pan" comedian, poses as a wealthy Ruthelma Stevens, Harvey Ste idler. Ruthelma Stevens, Harvey Stephens and Arthur Lake also have featured roles in "Orchids to You." "Black sheep," a thrill-packed, fun-capped adventure mystery that dispenses laughs and suspense in equal measure, starts Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre. Edmund Lowe, a professional ship gambler, teams up with Claire Trevor, an actress who is walking home from her first trip abroad. Adrienne Ames is blackmailing Tom Brown to smuggle in some stolen pearls. Edmund Lowe is off to a new peak of popularity as the result of the depth he gives to the characterization in "Black Sheep" and the beauteous Claire Trevor more than does her part to make this picture a success. Herbert Mundin, Eugene Pallette and Jed Prouty gO far to really make the comedy hilarious. On Saturday. October 2r>th, the Auto Radio Sales and Service, Inc., will open its doors to the public in its beautifully equipped store at 1233 X. E. Second inc. The organization will specialize in the sales and service of Delco (General Motors i house radios in floor and table model-, and of Delco (General Motors I. Phllco, Motorola. R. C A. and Arvin radios for automobiles. A i.'atme ot the organization is the slogan, "Do YOUR OWN listening." 'I"hc prospective customer is given the opportunity of selecting any model radio, tuning it in to any station desired and to compare all models offered for tone, appearance and desirability before he purchases. This opportunity is afforded by the unique ami colorful displays of the various models in modernistic display fixtures, showing all parts of the radios. Being under contract with the factories it represents, and hecause of its trained mechanics under the direction of Mr. Koy Boast, who is a radio technician of long experience, all General Motors auto, may have all radio equipment -ei\ >ed and repaired under the 90-day guarantee, including part-, free of charge at this store. The firm is also an official United Motors contract service -tat ion. direct factory replacement parts and units are used in repairs. The firm is authorized factory representative for installation and service on all radios sold. A spacious driveway and parking space is afforded customers. Mr. Alvin Walder, president and treasurer of the firm, is well known in the amusement field because of his association with the Seventh Avenue and Tivoli Theatres. Associated with him is Hoy Boast, radio technician in charge of the installation and service department, and Lester Walder, secretary of the firm. • • Junior Hadassah will hold its first regular meeting of the fall season on Monday, October 28th, at 8 p. m. at Beth David Talmud 'I 0rah, with Rabbi Max Shapiro as the guest speaker. Musical selections and a cultural skit will be offered during the evening. An lance prize will he awarded. All are urged to attend. Mr. and Mr-. Louis Weinkle, prominent in the communal life ol Greater Miami for many years, will be the guests of honor of their children at a public reception on Sunday evening. November 3rd, Bl Beth David Talmud Torah Hall, beginning at 8:30 o'clock, when their golden wedding anniversary will he celebrated. All friends are urged to attend. No cards will be issued. Mrs. .1, Simpson was hostess to the auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau at their membership tea on Monday. October L'lst. Many new members were gained and many more promised for the next regular meeting of the auxiliary. The Jewish Welfare Bureau Auxiliary is sponsoring a dance Sunday, October 27th, at the Royal Palm Club. Many reservationhave already been received for dinner. Anyone desiring to make reservations may call Mrs. Ida Optner, Bay view 1012-R. Evelyn Raff will render a number of vocal selections. Rabbi Julius Washer and the Sunday school staff of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will meet at the Young Men's Hebrew Association bldg. at Sixteenth ave. and S. W. Fifth St., Sunday morning, October 2~th, at 10 o'clock, for the purpose of registering children who desire to attend Sunday school this season. Parents are urged to bring their children early. Classes will begin the following Sunday. Due to an error, the program mentioned for the Jewish Welfare Bureau was that of the Miami Chapter, National Council of Jewi-li Women. Mrs. Morris Alp.it. acting president, is calling an executive board meeting of the National Council of Jewish Women on Tuesday. October 29th, at Hi a. m.. at the home ,,|Mrs. Morris Rubin, 2861 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. All board members are requested to attend. On Wednesday, November 6th, at 2 p, in. the first regular meet| ing of the year will be held at | Royal Palm Club and will be "Peace meeting." Mrs. BarnW chairman of the meeting, ren the guest speaker as Rabbi w2 or, who will speak on "Peace," i an outstanding musical prog £ All Council members and visi ti Council members are cordially' vited to attend. ln The membership tea and recen. i tion to rabbis' wives will | )e ^ on December 4th at the R 0V J Palm Club. Mr. and Mrs. M. ]i. y nnk now located at their new home,335 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. TERMITE EXTERMINATION \v. I). MURPHY TERMITE CO. Hill N. 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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 25 i J Approximately uoo guesta atlended the formal opening of Junior HadasHah last Sunday after noon ai the Royal l'alm Club, a fa hion how and musicale. Mrs. Harry Groi man, toa tma ter and commentator for the occasion, introduced the president, Miss Sylvia Rayvia, who gave an address of welcome. Ureetinss from Senior lladai ah were extended by itt pre ident, Mrs. Joseph William on, ami from Junior Council of J< wi li el SOCIETY > Hortense Elaine Beckwitt, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beck win, L'L'I S. W. Eleventh si., recently entertained a group of friends on her third birthday anniversary. Her guests were FranWomen by Mrs. George Chertkof. ces Cohen, Grace Berg, Janice MaThe rashion parade depicted the gid, Harriett Palmer, Miriam no we i tyle in beach wear, ports, Wcintraub, .lean Weinberg, Bea pectatoi pin' convention and trice Bcckwitl anil Jules Beckwitt. I'm inal weal. The models were M i JHIICI Nel on, M is Kdnn I ,ie bov it, \h Belle Tanenbaum, Misa Anita Silvermnn, M i Ko alj n Daum, Vli Janice Mngid, Mi Sally <; Ikov ky, Mi i Marion Blank, Mi Annette Wechsler, Mi Millieonl Rubin, MisBeck N'.i li. M i Hilda Marcus, Misa Bertha l.iebovit, Miss Bendy Gol denblank, Mi (iladys Max, Miss Myrtle Goldberg, Mis-Doris Cromei and Miss Rose Finn. Piano accompanist was Miss Irene Farr. Explanatory talks mi the four Mr. Louis I layman is i" York City on a business trip. Nru public is urged to attend. Ann ('assell recently celebrated her eleventh birthday anniversary by entertaining a group of friends at her home 527 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. Her guests were Ruth Wolkowsky, Doris Raston, Doris U-Comte, Viola Fulford, Dorothy Dooley, Florence Cromer anil Lorraine Smith. • Harry Goldstein, one of Florida's prominent Jews, was named lax collector for Dade County last project of Junior lladassah were week by Governor Sholtz to aucmade. These projects are the chileecd I nard K. Thomson, redren"s village, Meir Shefoyah, Parsigned. Mr. Goldstein will assume \i, lia ,,, the orange grove, his dutiea on November 1st. the Nurses' Training School and Mr. Goldstein served three conthe Jewish National Fund. At the secutivc terms in the state legisla-1 close of the program refreshments ture from his native county, Naawere erveil to all guests. sau, and for one term was chair-I • • man of the finance and taxation The second birthdn) anniversary committee, which had charge of of Arthui Pepper was celebrated revenue bills. with a party at the home of ins Mr. Goldstein came to Miami in I parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Pepper. 1010 and took charge of this /one Attending the part) were Sonny, of the internal revenue office of Leroj and Elaine Ruhenstein, j the state, with five counties under Dickie and Myron Pollock. Bob hisupervision, Dade, Broward, Shapiro, Arthur August. Dorothj l'alm Beach, St. l.ucic and Okeeand Marshall Pepper. chobee. lie is a past commander of Harvey W. Seeds Post, AmerMrs. Ida Feinburg, mother of ican Legion, and a trustee of Miami Irvinu Eeinburg, president of C. 11. Ixxlge of Klks. Gravi & Son-. Sew York City, He ia certified public accountarrived rhursday with her daughBnt. ter, Shirley, to spend the winter %  a .MI at the home of l.ouiEein Among those appointed to the Announcement of the coming marriage of Cantor .Maurice Mam ches "f Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mamches of New York, to MisEthel Martel Slavin, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob M. Slavin of Mobile, Ala., on Sunday. November 3rd, was made last week. The wedding will take place at the Ahavas Cheaed Synagogue in Mobile with the bride's lather and Rabbi David I. Roaenbloom of | Miami Beach officiating. The bride in nal ive of Canada, and is a grad uatc of the University of Washington, the Hebrew Teachers' Collide ,,f Boston and the Teachers' Institute of the women's branch of the Isaac Elchanan Ycshiva. She has been instructor of Hebrew in Mobile, Ala., and associated with the Jewish Center of that city. She has also written and produced plays for the Little Theatre there. For some time she was adult teacher at the Spanish Portuguese Synagogue of New York. Cantor Mamches is cantor and instructoi of the Beth Jacob Talmud Torah of Miami Beach. • Beth Jacob Sunday school will begin sessions on Sunday morning, October 27th. at in o'clock. All children arc urjrcd to enroll early. • • The University of Miami Conservatory of Music will present Evelyn Raff, contralto; Walter Gross. nian. noted cellist, and Evelyn Jones, pianist, in a sonata recital Monday evening, October 28th, at Recital Mall at 8:30 o'clock. The A general meeting f the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the synagogue on Monday evening, October 28th, at 8:.'(0 o'clock, fmthe purpose of nominating officers for the coming year. A detailed financial report of the past year will be presented. During the evening Rubbi Julius Washer will deliver the main addresa of the evening. All memliers are Urged to attend. The Civic League of Miami Beach, one id' the must prominent local societies, will be the sponsor of a gala dance and floor show at the Honey I'ia/.a l'alm Gardens Saturday. November 16th. Carl Gardner has been secured as mastor of ceremonies, insuring tin interesting evening. Music will be furnished by Manny Gates. Tickets will be popular priced. The dance committee "consists of Chairman William Masur, assisted by Carl Gardner, Theodore J. Keisler, Sidney Weiss. Neil Ears, Simon Cohen, Dr. Edward Roth, Jack Ehrliih and Murry Grossman and .lack Stern, secretary. • Beth David Congregation will begin its late Friday evening services tonight at 8:15, with Rabbi Max Shapiro preaching on "Italy First ... in What Sense?" Beth David choir will assist Cantor -Nathan Wroobel in chanting the services. The choir is composed of Mrs. Ed Friedman, Mrs. William Friedman, Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. I. Ruhenstein, Mrs. Jack Stone, Mrs. William Wcintraub, Miss Feldman and Messrs. Milton Friedman, J. Rand, L. KwartTTl enfeld and Syd P a | mer \,*L Marcus will direct the choir VI urday morning services 0 f I Junior Congregation will h I sermonette by Junior Rabbi ft I Scheinberg. Junior Cantors \2\ Ginsburg and Jack Seitlin \ chant, with the Junior Pre.ujl Robert Miller, offering the ^1 diction. J &f • Beth David Sunday schoolbegin Sunday morning. Ocvul 27th, at 10 o'clock with the tl ,r* ing staff: Rabbi M a!t ^.'j principal; Stanley ('. Myei I intendent; kindergarten. lor; class 1, Jeaiutte K L 2, Rose Dubler; :S, Add. I Mr. .1. Rand; 6, Miss Nell uJ man; pre-confirmation, Bede GJ denblank; confirmation, M r jl Oliphant; post-confirmation, M Louis Heiman; teachers' I %  lass, s. C. Myers; monitor*! Scheinberg, Robert Mill. I tarial work, Mis. Meyer SchnJ assisted by Nellie Schaff. • At a meeting of the pledge ciisf of Theta Chi Omega sorority i| the University of Miami f,:' i: J Kirschbaum was elected pre-ict-J Betty Lasky, vice-president, .1 Rosalyn Daum, secretary-trail urer. • The Chesed Shel Ernes SLtcJ hood held its regular meeting las Monday night when five new ni| bers were admitted. Report; the cemetery committee shot that the canopy and gras? card had been purchased. A memberj ship tea will be held in N'ovrafc at the home of Mrs. P. ScheinbeJ full details of which will be uj nounced shortly. 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Friday, October 25, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five %  ^lm i i—r *£ TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi Services begin Friday evening at 8:15 .ind Saturday morning at 11 It. This Friday evening there _nj i„ a Bar Mltavah at the ternHerbert Levin, son of Mrs. ggmuel Ginsburg. Reception will Id In the temple after the services, to which all present are cordially invited. in. Kaplan's sermon Friday night will be "The Difference BeQood and Bad." Saturday morning "The Difference Between edge and Ignorance." • The program for the month of November has been outlined as follows: November 1, Mr. Harry Lipton has been invited to speak on "My Experiences in Palestine." Harry Reimer, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Reimer, will be Bar Mitzvah. November 2, Torah reading, Genesis 6:9-11:32. November 8, Sisterhood evening. Some of the ladies will read the prayers anil Mrs, I. M. Weinstein will deliver the sermon. November 9, Torah reading, 12:1-17:27 Genesis. November 15. report of the Institute of Public Affairs, which met at the University of, Virginia. November 16, Torah reading, Genesis 18:1-22:4. November 22, report of the Institute of Human Relations, which met at Williams College. November 23, Torah reading, Gen. esil 12:1-25:18. November 29, Meals of B'nai B'rith. November 30, Genesis 25:19-28:9. Sisterhood meeting, November 4, at Kaplan Hall. • Charles Rubin, one of the students of the religious school, has just had an article accepted by Voting Israel, which appears in the i issue. This article was a of the work in his class last MIAMI Temple Israel conducts three departments in the religious school: Primary department, two classes; intermediate department, five Classes; high school department, four classes. The fourth class of the high school department, a systematic study In Judaism, will be conducted by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan All members of the congregation are cordially invited to attend this dass every Sunday morning from 10 to 11:80 o'clock. • • The following teachers are in charge of the religious school work: Mrs. F. II. Fischer, Mrs. Sadye Weinberg, Mrs. Anita Bernstein, Mrs. Leona Levin, Mrs. Jules Pcarlman, Mrs. J. G. Spitz, Mrs. I. L Seligman, Mr. Sam Greenberg, Mr. Frank Perlman, Mrs. I. W. Meinstein, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. Morris Plant, superintendent; Mis. A. Levin, librarian; Mrs. Gordon Davis, secretary; Miss Florence Coret, organist. Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold a Halloween carnival on Wednesday evening, October 30th, at 8 o'clock at Kaplan Hall, for the benefit of the Sunday school. Mrs. I. L. Seligman, chairman, and her committee, consisting of the Mesdames B. LeVine, Elry Stone, Fred Fischer, J. Richter, Adolph Wertheimer, Hilda Riesner, Harry Kaufman, Sam Katz, M. Marcus and Mrs. Zukor, promise a most unusual affair and a good time for all. Among the various novelties for the evening will be a "country store," "cake booth," "wheel of fortune," "fortune telling," much entertainment and plenty of eats and drinks, besides a full evening of fun. Those wishing to come in costume may do so. All arc invited. NOTES Edited by HARRY SCHWARTZ It is my hope that this column will bring a closer sense of relationship and inter-dependence between the members and officerof the V. M. II. A., its affiliated groups and the general public. For those of you who are not acquainted with the presiding officers of the men's group, they are as follows: President, Al Grossman; vice-president, s..l Rotfort; treasurer, Nat Blumbeig; secretary, Pete Silverman. In the newly formed women's group the officers are: President, Hea Silver; treasurer. Sylvia Greenfield; secretary, Nell I.ehrman, To avoid being reminded, we have a fine junior group, composed of boys and girls. Their present officers are: President, Milton Wasman; vice-president, Esther Cromer; secretary, Jennie Spector; treasurer, Ethel Diamond. The "Y" is making arrangements to accommodate a Boy Scout troop, of whom you will hear more in the very near future. The Y. M. H. A. can now offer prospective members of all ages a fine group to join. Join now and become active in a fine organization that needs your help to obtain a permanent home for all that are interested in social, athletic and educational activities. Compliments to Boris Schlachnian, who, as executive secretary of the "Y," has brought about renewed interest through sheer work and patience. Compliments to Al Pallot for his fine work in the capacity of dance chairman for the fourth annual dance, to be held at the Miami Beach Country Club. And to Had Apte, Milton Friedman, Seymour Kaplan and Nat Blum berg for their fine work lor the fourth annual dance. I do hope to increase this li.-t of namevery soon. Have you noticed the increased attendance at the men's and women'meetings? TEMPLE ISRAEL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL FACULTY Albany, N. Y. (WNS) The Al-I ish Women is celebrating its 40th I bany section of the Council of JewI anniversary. k'lNIII IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 111 %  11 %  1111 Mill Illlllllllllll H'£ The Dade Produce Co. JACK APTE, Prop. Is Now Located at IH342 S. W. 2nd Ave. iXft & W, EIGHTH ST : PHONE 2-7529 | The Beet in Groceries. MeaU. FraiU ana* Vegetables '•in iiiiiiiini IIIIIIIIIIIIII 1111111 11111 M 11111111111111111 • 1111 m Purveyors of the Finest in Produce We Cater to Hotels and Restaurants Honors to Ben Serkin, who, during a heated argument between two of Miami's prominent attorneys, Joe Davis and Sidney Segall, arose and addressed our president, Al Grossman, as judge, your honor. Then we have Dad Apte, who, after listening to Al Pallot make mention of the almanac in regard to the fourth annual dance, exclaimed, "No, no, we don't want the dance at the Alamac." Next Thursday night, October 31st, the Young Women's Hebrew Association will hold its Halloween membership party, which will begin a scries of membership events. All must come in costume and the admission fee of twenty-five cents will be credited to membership dues. Dancing, contests and games will be enjoyed, with prizes for the l'i-t costumes. in charge of arrangements are Mesdames S. Shindel, L. Falk, S. Blanch, Ethel Lipowsky. M. Kaler. Ruth Drevich and Ben Bornstein. I know you'll have a good time. Next Wednesday night that good old medico, Doc Barney Weinkle, will talk to the members on "How to Keep Good Health." It'll make you sick if you stay away. In closing: Criticize if you must, but help me if you can. are one of his sessions. Our most valuable posnew I. E, S. Better 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 "The First Murderer." 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