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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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THE JEWISH UNITY
QRIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NO\ L.MBKK 22. I <(:.-,
|jewish News
Around the
World
Price Five CVnts
Jewish Physicians Credited With
TRevolutionarj Medical Discovery
Nv, I A NS) A discovery
I medical world believes
I mil the entire field
| | of brain tumors and
I. anda of lives a year
I ible early diagnosis
|. a joint meeting of
Neurological
I New York Academy
11 ion of neurology
by Dr. Charles A.
I i ry is the perfe -
chnic by which the
brain tumors, their
i m can be deter-
xperiments on the
of smell. Starling
I \ Ige that brain
1 on the olfactory
I i nough to affect
\ ill, I )r. Elsberg dt
I nn thod of determining a
I il men! fur .-mell
i him i" compare the
|: with the abnormal and bud-
Although previous inve
|' have been baffled by the
i nse of smell not
fcnly varies widely with the indi-
f but is conditioned by va-
p live and external cir-
I ir. Elsberg perfecte I
k called the "mini-
inm identified odor," which estab-
lishes a < tant sense of smell for
f used.
B'nai B'rith Head
To Speak Here
a (WNS) Following
nent of George (inward
Philadelphia manager of the
| icultural Society, the
t ided t<> close its of-
f the end of this year.
lis (WNS)- -Rabbi A.1-
MtG. Minda of Temple Israel has
to the faculty of the
I iol for Teachers,
I red by the Minneapolis
ncil of Churches.
I Atlantic City (WNS)In honor
Hayor Many Bacharach
I' famous resort city lias named
' new thoroughfares Bach-
I Hi ,ard.
WNS) -Through a gift
pni Uuia Florsheim the Michael
"<-< Hospital is to get a two-
Pr library and laboratory build-
1
'->'"". Mass. (WNS)Temple
| observing the tenth an-
[ of its founding.
[Ottawa (WNS)Mrs. Archibald
pmian, president of the Canadian
Pdassah, was chairman of the Ot-
'' p0PPy day campaign.
tteburgh (WNS)The Pitts-
v- M. II. A. will celebrate
th anniversary on Decem-
K 1st
I*>any, x. y. (WNS)The Tif-
h fcrael Institute has broken
i"i'1 for a new Hebrew school
uding.
Abe Shefferman, prominent
"A of U as hingtoi D. C, and
presidi Grand I
No. 5, B'nai B'rith, will tour Plor-
Ida in the interests of the o
nation during December. He will
speak in Jacksonville on Deci
9th, in Tampa on Dec-ember 10th,
in Miami on Di [lth, Wi
Pi Bi ach on December 12th and
conclude the tour in Jacksonville
on December 15th. Plans for a gala
ime and ctings in
each ui' th< visited are
of the
individual lodges and by Mr. Sam
A. Goldstein, repri sentative of
la 'mi the gen ral
Full details of all meeting will
appear in our next i
The Rabbi
Speaks
We present as the guest ed-
itor of this column for this
week Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom of Beth Jacob Cong.,
Miami Beach,
Anti-Jewish Strictly
Plot Alleged Confidential
Synagogue Names
New Officers
A special meeting of the cut ire
membership of the Miami J
Orthodox Congregation was held
last Sunday night. Following a
brief report of the last year's ac-
tivities the following officera were
elected for the coming year: Pres-
ident, Mr. Joseph Green berg; first
vice-president, Nathan Adclman;
second vice-president, II. M. Dre-
vuli; treasurer, Max Mintzei ;
retary, J. L. Shochet; financial
secretary, Louia Buegeleisen. Mem
bera of the board of directora in-
clude the officera and Messrs. Max
Rappaport, Milton Wein< r, I'. Ber-
kowitz, E. A. Pallott, I. R
marten. L. Richie, Max Weinberger,
H. Hirshfield, 1!. Chertkoff, Nat
Blumberg and Louia Silverman.
Mr. Max Rappaport was elected
honorary president. The next meet-
ing of the hoard of directora will
be held at the Synagogue Monday,
November 26th, at 8:30 p. m. Of-
ficera will be formally installed at
a banquet the first Sunday in Jan-
uary, full details of which will be
announced in an early issue.
New York Kosher
Butchers Strike
New York (WNS) New York's
Orthodox .lews will have to forego
meat for a while and content
themselves with poultry, fish or
dairy products as a result of a
strike of 5,000 members of the
Federation of Kosher Butchers of
Greater New York. The strike was
called as a protest against high
meat prices and will continue until
the price levels come down. The
shutdown Of the kosher butcher
shops Climaxed long negotiations
with the packers, who have refused
to reduce prices. Meanwhile the
Hebrew Butcher Worker.-' I'nion
was planning a strike of its mem-
bers employed in kosher chain meat
stores and markets. The union
charges violation of collective
agreements and discrimination
against its members.
at deal of joy
that I for The
lewi-1: I i offers
init; i uss with
that
or unit
probll :. I to dwell
on tie Jew-
: a life v.
nee and which
for the betterment
and our 1.
i ine of t he ni"-1 important prob-
lems i- the one of Jewish religiou
education, the most sacred Jewish
activity. For. of what avail will
our efforts and work be if our
youth, probably more than ninety
per cent thereof, is entirely igno-
rant of Jewish knowledge and
know nothing of our va I Bai red
treasure. In our community, where
there are close to two thousand
Jewish children, we find only about
one handled and fifty or so at-
tending Hebrew school and not
many more attending our Sunday
- ehools.
Without an intelligent and edu-
cated youth the battle for Judaism
is lost, for what other hope have
i keep our young ones within
the ranks of Israel, loyal and true,
in the days to come? The reli-
gious factor in Jewish education is
the strongest of all motive- that
make for moral strength, self-con-
trol, character. It la, therefore, the
duty of every Jewish lather and
mother to understand at least the
aim of Jewish religiouB education,
which is the consecration of the
Jewish child to Judaism, and his
preparation for a life of benefi-
cence for Israel and humanity.
When we, the father- and mothers
in Israel, will clearly understand
the purpose of our Hebrew schools,
in training our children, then will
we realize that religious education
is the only terra firma upon which
the charai ter and Jewish conscious-
ness Of our youth can be strongly
built. A clear understanding by
all Jewish parent- of the founda-
tion and aim of Jewish religious
education is the greatest need of
the hour. HOW about it. father-
and mothers'.'
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WELFARE BUREAU
TO MEET
The annual meeting of the |
Newish Welfare Bureau for the |
1 election of officers for the com- =
I ing year will he held at Kaplan I
I Mall next Wednesday evening, |
November 27th, at 8 o'clock. A
detailed report of the work of
1 the organisation will be given |
I by Mrs. Sadye G. Hose, execu- I
I live secretary of the bureau. |
I Mr. J. Gerald Lewis, president |
1 of the organization, will pre- |
I sent his annual report. An ur- |
| genl appeal is made to all |
I Greater Miami Jewry lo attend. |
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Hollywood (WNS) The great-
est anti-Jewish crusade in the his-
tory of America ha- been launched
"ii a nation-wide scale in Lo \ n
'-teles under the direction of the
American Nationalist party, a con-
solidation of the Jew-bailing Sil-
ver Shirts, the moribund Ku Klux
K Ian a nd the Nazi-famed Fi tends
if : he New Germany, it is cl i
in a by Jamea
ent in the November 0th is-
Hollywood Life.
Vccon to article,
1 Jew -bait-1' is Ingram 11
. bail
ulist party, which maintains hcad-
10 A fourth st.,
' At .Mr i -sorts
that the party "has already dis-
tributed sev ral million pieci
Inflammatory anti-Jewish litera-
ture and has called for a boycott
of till Jewish-owned businesses un-
til December L'l-t." and that on
January 1st it intend- to begin
"window-marking of Jewish mer-
chants as practiced in Germany."
A< cording to Mr. Sargent, the
party claims a meembership of
150,000 in Southern California, is
organized on a semi-military basis
for mobilization in case of call for
mass action and is so well financed
that it has at it-' disposal more
than 1,000 automobiles for the dis-
tribution of literature and the
transportation of members.
The article also asserts that
"there is a movement on foot to
discredit certain Jewish picture ex-
ecutives with the intent of beating
, down the price in a sale of a largi
major studio to an immense com-
munications combine who are not
content with a share of the take.
but want to be in on the produc-
tion profits as well There will
be Bttempta to start pogrom.- and
intense anti-Semitic action against
I the Jewish picture executives with
detailed false accounts of moral of-
fenses against Gentile girls. Other
crimes, both legal and moral, will
be charged by the Instigators of
the crusade to incite anti-Jewish
feeling to the highest pitch. Hol-
lywood Life has learned this anti-
Semitic organization is being
helped in its financing by certain
members of the industry. There
are a number of stars and featured
players of the various studios who
are out to get their bosses by this
mean- of aiding a group circulat-
ing anti-Jewish propaganda and
feeding."
Mr. Sargent also cites the "proc-
lamation" circulated throughout
the country, but especially on the
Pacific coast and in New England,
by the American Nationalist party;
reveals that Hughes is the author
of two anti-Semitic hooks, one of
which was published by the Aryan
Book Store in Los Angeles, an af-
filiate of the Friends of New Ger-
many; charges that one Henry Al-
len, who was arrested for posting
the lurid anti-Semitic "proclama-
tion," is a former active member
of the Silver Shirts, and that most
of the distributors of the party's
literature are members of the
Friends of the New Germany.
W e're Telling ^ ou
The People'a Press, of which
James Waterman Wise is one of
the editors, is not so hot ... It
is trying to become a large circu-
lation tabloid and at the same
time maintain an aggressive peo-
ple's point of v iew So far the
combination hasn't, worked out .
There's a definite lack of vitality
and talenl Harry lloi-hfield,
cartoonist, columnist and entertain-
er, has been signed up by Joe
Brainin for a regular Seven Arts
feature Bero, who
basn'; i n paid bj any communal
!'-. la
doing n ire Jewish communal work
th in n it of i he high priced pro-
la the field His lat-
est achievemenl reconstruc-
tion of the Schiff .Memorial Foun-
tain in New York City Don't
be urpi I ed if the JDC will Boon
officially sponsor the Biro-Bidjan
' project JDC leaders ha\ e con-
iced themselves of the real pos-
ibilitic- this Far East territory
holds for Russian and foreign
Jew -.
Personalia
Justice Louis D. Brandeia gives
half his -alary to the American
Economic Committee for Tab -tine
. Although he doesn't attend the
committee's meetings, he keeps in
such close touch with its work that
members who are remi.-s in attend-
ance or achievement are indirectly
advised of his displeasure .
Ellen Lehman, niece of Governor
Lehman, is going places with Dick
Ne.-bit Among the notabll II
the New York relief rolls is Mrs.
Emma Swift Hammerstein, widow
of the great Oscar Hammerstein
. Edna Ferber is one of the few
literary lights who neither smokes
nor drinks Financing a get-
rich-quick invention of one of his
friends has cost cartoonist Kube
Goldberg a young fortune He's
considering a financial comeback
via a comedy act on the radio .
Mayor I.-, Cuardia of New York
probably lost some votes when he
-ent a letter to the Beth David
Hospital's annual banquet saying
I love the Beth David Hospital"
and wrote it on the stationery of
Mount Sinai Hospital, where he's
recovering from an attack of ar-
thritis.
I.andsleit
The only country in the world
ruled by a Jew is the Republic of
Paraguay, whose president, Euse-
bio Ayala, is of French-Jewish ex-
traction The late ltaron Man-
j fred von Kiohthofen, Germany's
greatest wartime ace, was part
I Jewish As commander of the
' reich flying squadrons Richthofen'a
second in command was Hermann
Goering, now Hitler's chief lieu-
tenant Robert Winterstein,
new minister of justice in Austria,
is a baptized Jew The 20-year-
old girl who recently became the
wife of the 00-year-old monkey
I gland expert, Dr. Serge Yoronoff,
is a niece of -Mine. Magda I.upescu,
red-haired paramour of King Carol
of Koumania.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Beth David Sisterhood is plan-
ning a food sale all day Wednes-
day, November :27th. at the First
si. entrance t" Palmer's Shoe Store.
Members of the Sisterhood will be
in charge. Mrs. I.. Hattz and Mrs.
Sol Rotfort are planning a card
party for the benefit "f the Sis- the season planned. Baskets will
od .hi December 8th at the b filled for underprivileged fam-
home of Mrs. Rotfort, full details jlies al Thanksgiving. Mrs. Janet
of which will appear in an early Friedman will sponsor a benefit
issue. On December 18th a card card party for the club al 8 p. m.
party will lie held at the home of .Monday at the V. M. II. A. build-
Mrs. Charles Goldstein, when .Mrs. ,-. corner S. W. Sixteenth ave.
Goldstein will be assisted by Mrs. and Third st. There will be prizes
.Max Daum.
* *
Council Sabbath will be observed
by the Junior Council of Jewish
Women at Beth David Synagogue
on Friday evening, November 29th,
with .Miss Fay Oster in charge of
the program, she will be assisted
and refreshments and the public
is invited.
*
Much interest has been shown
in the annual Thanksgiving dance
being sponsored by Junioi Hadas-
sah Thursday, November i!*th, at
the Hotel Alcazar root'. An en-
yable program of entertainment
Frank, Miss Sylvia Shapiro. Mrs.
M. shift". Mrs I. Mintzer, Mrs. B.
Cohen and Mrs. C. Walensky.
* *
One of the largest suits filed in
the county, that has aroused much
interest, is the suit filed by Judge
A. J. Rose, who represents Harry
I. Lipton, as plaintiff, against
Philip Liberman and the Mercan-
tile Hank of Miami Beach.
The suit is for $500,000 damages
and is based on certain slanderous
articles published against Lipton
by a weekly paper, which, accord-
ing to the declaration to be filed
by Mr. Lipton. will state that said
paper was financed by a loan in
the Mercantile Bank of Miami
Friday, November 22 i935
by Betty Greenberg, Ida Engler, ... ,. .. M Carl Gard-
" ?~* Eli-eEhrman and Mrs. ^ JgJ ^JJ J ,,.,.,.. MBS. MAURICE MAMCHES
Sylvia Chertkoff. Plans for the monies Ilu.hi,.,| m the program Ii(lh j.u.(lll sisterhood, Miami Beach, just prior to its publica-
annual December dance to be held wH| ^ Eyelyn Raff> who wi g,ng ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^
he latter part oi next month are gevera] rf Ma||a Z|u.,.a.> hl.st ^ ^^ Maim.h(>s R, pub. Th(, ftUegatlon8 wi aiso
being completed by Mrs. Sam
Steinberg, chairman of the ar-
rangements committee who is be-
ing assisted by Miss Gertrudt Rap-
paport.
* *
An open meeting of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will be
held at Beth David Talmud Torah
Hall, when a cultural program will
be presented by Mrs. Sylvia Chert-
koff.
A regular meeting of the Young
Hebrew Social Club Tuesday eve-
popular compositions. Novelty
dance numbers will be presented,
and a dance contest will he a fea-
ture of the evening. The winning
number for the turkey raffle will
be drawn at this .vent. Music will
be provided by -Mannie Gate-" or-
chestra. Tickets may be obtained
from any member of the organi-
zation.
A regular meeting of Junior 11a-
dassah will take place Monday. No-
vember 25th, at 8 p. m., at the
Beth David Talmud Torah. A cul-
state
lie reception held in their honor that this was done in order to dis-
at the Synagogue last Sunday credit the application for a na-
night. The synagogue was filled tional bank charter made by Mr.
to capacity when Mrs. H. '/.. Sil-
verman, president of the sisterhood,
who presided, opened the formal
Lipton for a group on Miami
Beach, and that these articles have
been forwarded to the banking de-
program with brief remarks, partments with a view of discred-
Among those who extended con
gratulations to the newly married
couple were Rabbi David I. Ros-
enbloom, Mr. Philip Liberman,
president of the congregation, and
Mr. Jacob Becker, vice-president
of the congregation. Cantor Na-
ning, November 26th, at 8 o'clock, tural Program will be presented than Wroobel of Beth David. Can-
at the home of Miss Doris Go
man. 1450 N. W. First St. All
members and Jewish boys and girls
between the ages of 18 and 18 are
invited to attend. The organiza-
tion will hold a Thanksgiving party
Wednesday evening, November -~,
at the homo of Marcie Adelman.
In charge of arrangements are
Martin Greenberg, chairman; Mar-
aud there will be a discussion of tor Boris Schlachman and Cantor
current events. An important bus-
inesa session concerning the
Thanksgiving dance will be held.
* *
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women is sponsoring a benefit
bridge On Tuesday. November 26th,
at p. m. at the Alcazar Hotel.
In charge of arrangements is Miss
ioodmanTnd Eleanor Lustgarten. Tickets may
George Ginsburg. !"' "'''"'"'cl "'""' "* member of
... th
Members of the Loyalty Club of
Emunah chapter met last week,
when reports of the welfare divi-
sion were given and activities for
v/ow
Sun.-Mon., Nov. 21-25
Leslie Howard
Merle Oberon
SCARLET PIMPERNEL
^AVfcNUE
Sun.-Mon.. Nov. 24-25
.lean ilarlowWilliam Powell
Franchot Tone
RECKLESS
organization.
*
Dr. J. D. Farkas, prominent
pby-ician of McKeesport, Pa., is
the bouse truest of his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 11. 11.
Farr. Dr Farkas will also be en-
tertained while here by his sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Brown.
*
Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom will
direct the Chanuka play which -he
has written for the children of
Beth Jacob Sunday school. Re-
hearsal- begin this week.
* *
, Mrs. S. Amenoff, formerly of
the Edgewater Leach and Park
Lane hotels, Chicago, and Miss Lil-
lian Rifas of the well known Rifas
family of Chicago and Miami, an-
nounce the opening in the Olym-
pia building of a specialty shop,
where they will specialize in the
instruction and designing in knit-
ting, needlework and crocheting.
The public is invited to visit this
shop.
Berele Kelemer sang a group of
folk songs. Mrs. Mamches Re-
sponded to the words of greeting
in a brief address. Cantor Mam-
ches, who is cantor of Beth Jacob
and on the faculty of the Talmud
Torah. sang several selections. A
social hour followed the formal
program and refreshments were
served to the guests, Hoste-se-
were -Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom,
Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Morris
iting said application.
Mr. Lipton, when interviewed
about the suit, stated that several
emissaries, friends to both parties
in the litigation, have offered to
intervene in this matter, but that
he advised them that if Mr. Liber-
man would give $50,000 to charity
to be distributed by a local com-
mittee, he would dismiss the cause
of action at his own costs and ex-
pense and consider the incident
closed, provided this offer was ac-
cepted now, and that this sugges-
tion has been forwarded to Mr.
Liberman.
* *
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring a congregational dinner
Sunday evening, December 1st,
1935, at the Talmud Torah, to cel-
ebrate the formal dedication of M
kitchen renovation and new .
ment. Admission will be on
dollar per plate, the entire J
coeds going to the Talmud Ton
fund. The committee m charge?
eludes Mrs. J. Engler, chainai
Mrs. Lewis Brown, toastmi
Mrs. Max Shapiro, who wil
the invocation, and Mesdamsj '
Weinkle, II. Oliphant, J, fi
R. Newberg, H. Markowitz, jj'
Schwartz, J. Ballot, s. Blntsteia j
Koplowitz, L. Hartz, Max Da'm
and Albert Apte. The public ,
urged to attend, as a gala evento
is planned.
A membership tea, sponsored by
the Sisterhood of Chesed Sid
Ernes will be given at the home tj
Mrs. P. Scheinberg, 1777 1$ ^
Twelfth st., Monday, November
25th, at 2 p. m. The hostess, Hit
Scheinberg, has arranged a beaa-
tiful program. All members ar,d
friends are cordially invited to at.
tend. After the program delicio*
refreshments will be served. T-,
speakers will be Mrs. Terry Stea
whose subject will he "The Womii
of Today," and Mrs. Charles Beck,
witt, who will speak about "Out
Future Home." Mrs. Isidor I
president, will receive the guests
with Mrs. Scheinberg.
.
Franklyn Kushner, New York,ii
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Let
kowitz of the Windsor apartments
* *
Of interest to Miami friends .5
the announcement of the engage
ment of Herbert F. Katz, formal]
of this city, to Miss Charlotte
Kaufman of Greenville, S. C.
Mr. Katz, who received his edu-
cation in Greenville and at the Un:
versity of North Carolina, is Ik
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kau
of this city.
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The Greater Miami public is
I urged to contribute castoff cloth-
| ing for the rummage store <>f the
I Chesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood,
I which provides for the free burial
I of those unable to pay. Those de-
| siring to contribute clothing are
1 asked to phone Mrs. Manuel Rippa,
I 2-7337, or Mrs. Sol Sell waltz,
2-8092. A resume of the work of
I the organization will appear in an
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Frjday, November 22, 1935
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
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IRENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISLER
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. l!t:r.
Vol. 8No. I"
Public Opinion Wins
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Plain Talk
By AL SEGAL
"The Bone Pile"
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"I find," writes Irvin M. Ames
of 395 Springfield ave., Newark,
N. J., "that you advise Jewish
manufacturers to pacify unions to
ward off anti-Semitism,
"Roger W. Babson, the Boston
statistician, advises us to refrain
from commercial activities, even if
temporarily, to ward off anti-Sem.
itism.
"A prominent rabbi at a confer-
ence of Reform .lews Chicago, I be-
lieve, advises .lews to stay out of!
tin- professions to ward off anti-
Semitism,
"They cannot (probably will not)
see the simple, obvious fact that.
race hatred cannot eease in a com-
petitive society. This is as ob-
vious as that 2 plus 2 equal four
. Peace for oppressed minorities,
like tile .lews, as well as for op-
pressed individuals. is possible
only in a system devoid of com-
petition But rich Jews do not
waul In give up being capitalists.
So let them take their medicine:
Too bad that the poor Jews must
take the bad without the good."
*
I quite agree with Mr. Ames. 1,
MIAMI
By
NOTES
HARRY SCHWARTZ
The future success of this organ-
ization may readily be assured if
you are to judge by the position it
hat placed Itself, in the hearts of
every youngster and grownup in
this community. The purpose of
this organization is to provide for
championship team of last year is
still intact, so here's hoping an-
other successful season is ahead.
The Women's Division is wait-
ing until after election of officers
before going ahead with their plans
for the winter season.
And alas, but not least, we come
to the Junior Division, who finally
held its first meeting in three
weeks, due to the absence of light.
Many happy faces were in evi-
dence, clearly showing their ap-
preciation In having a place to meet
and enjoy the company of their
friends. As per usual, a dancing
jamboree followed the meeting.
Music was provided by ye old
the cultural, social and physical maestro, Hen Bernie, and all the
welfare id' its members, and to fos-
ter and develop the highest ideals
of American citizenship. We can-
not -tress too heartily the neces-
sity id' co-operation from the' par-
ents of these youngsters as widl
as the support of the' business nun
who have always lent their aid in
such a noteworthy cause and most
undoubtedly will again when ap-
proached.
The- building of a new home is
the real objective of the "Y" pres-
ently. There are many .lews in
lads, via radio, if you please. There
will be a postponement of next
Tuesday's meeting due to repairs
being made1 at the clubrooms. What
is this Knight Club all about?
Change's have been made for the
meeting nights of the women's and
junior groups, Monday night to be
known as Junior Division collab-
oration: Tuesday will be attended
by the women's group; Wednesday,
as in the past, is Y. M. II. A. night;
Retreating under a barrage of protests from all parts
of the cmintrv, the Public Works Administration, through the dogs), but the big dogs are '
Secretary of the Interior Iekes. has ruled that foreign ma- avid for most of the bones, and if
(trials are henceforth barred on relief projects. Elicited >
by the universal indignation provoked by the award of two
PWA contracts to German steel manufacturers, this ruling
is a striking victory for public opinion which refused to tol-
erate the use of government relief appropriations to finance
Hitlerism
Thursday to be filled by the Boy
this'citv who would most certainly Scouts; Friday a day to pay our
take pride in seeing a permanent respects to the temples and syna-
tnonument to Judaism in Miami gogues; Saturday and Sunday to
open house unless a
ion occurs,
great heap of bones (enough for all J^ 0Vfait^Tverywhere." We
an only accomplish this goal by Condolences to Rabbi David
your financial aid. Don't fail US Rosenbloom, who lost his mother
or your children. Let us show the recently.
the Jew, am the bright little dog {]ya wouW undoubted,y .,,, the be known as
in the dog tight. There lies a u,,.,. f llU1. ,.,,,,. Mlaini S1S special occasi.
I.
Now that this point has been gained and the contracts
for German steel on New York and North Carolina bridges
arc being held up, the Treasury Department and the Cus-
toms Bureau should lose no time in opening an exhaustive
inquiry to determine how German merchandise is being
poured into this country in violation of our tariff law and
antidumping acts. Samuel Untermyer hit the nail on the
head when he remarked that the PWA situation could never
are arisen had the anti-dumping laws been strictly enforced
against Germany.
LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND
By LOUIS PBKARSKY
Out Hollywood Way
a personage than Jack
N less
Benny has agreed to sponsor the
1986 "Show of Shows," to be
in
Wins Opera Coal
Music critics of Southern Cali-
fornia are acclaiming the talent
of a youth from Rochester, N. Y.,
mind to do
could devour the little dogs in one ^^ ^ ui. havc. ,,. s|im|k ,
"t''' go ahead barring all obstacles.
And very little, indeed, do the _______
small dogs get out of the big heap, Through ,,. n,, t.lT,ts f Sam
and they content themselves
with
That man is back, folksnone
other than that Jorja Cracker, Al
Reisman.
howling and snapping at the big
dogs. This they call free speech
Seitlin We have added the Boy
Scouts to our fold. Every possible
facility was placed at their dis-
Ben Serkin recently returned
from a three weeks' vacation in
and it comforts them to have that ^^ ^ ^ n|.s, meeting( which Nashville, Ten,,.
much.
Now every once in a while I,
the bright underdog, make a quick
dash into the heap of bones and
get for myself a good bone even
out of the mouths of the big dogs.
My long experience of being an
underdog has taught me how to do ^"charge"of"the"Boy Scouts'are":'
this, has sharpened my teeth. s,,,ulmast,.r, Herman LefkowitZ,
I grab my bone and at once all Jr ag8igtan) .scoutmasters, Myron
the dogs together the big ones /(.( m/ ,m(| A|).m, Kah||. commit.
and the little ones are m pur- ^ ,.,,;,.._ ,, Frank Coreti [,
t "'' ""' Levin, Donald LaVigne and E. Max
"Jew! Jew!" they bark. Goldstein; senior patrol leader,
"The Jew lakes all our bones. ^.^ ^.e,,,;,,,,^ .,, [ ,nelu-
The big dogs return to the heap g ^...^ k s,,iUi|1| ,-,,,,, ,;,
Of bones while the little1 ones con-
committees of the
was held Thursday, November 21,
The meeting was opened with the The various
Scut oath and laws. Patrol groups fourth annual dance are progress-
were formed and instructions and ing in full sway and indications
games followed to complete their point to a grand evening of rhythm
activities, closing their meeting and romance or, in other words,
with the scoutmaster benediction. I Jus* what t,u' doctor ordered.
Make your reservations now, only
12 days remain.
tinue their pursuit of me ." He's
the one who gets all our bones"
. They have quite forgotten the
big dogs who are back at the bone
pile, devouring the juiciest and
biggest morsels.

I (like Mr. Ame-) like to con-
ed to -eive as chairman of the Kmanuel and he IS anotner cwnvri- [rUJ]A.ai. cc.-operative society in
bill of film, stage and button to operatic ranks from tic ^.^ ^^ wj|1 ,|(, jusl (listribu.
radio hea.lliners that is assured for Eastman Schooled Music ol the
tln> worthy charity Sophie University of Rochester in Roches-
Tucker is the object of much atten- ter, N. Y. For several years
fatal week to the way of bril- Emamiel was a member of the
fat social functions given in her school opera department. Dorng
final vears in the Eastmai
Boy Scouts of America. All boys
of 12 years of age or over may
join by attending each Thursday
at 7:.:0 p. m.
in Los Angeles next Jan- who was one of the featured per-
a benefit for Mount Sinai formers in the Los Angeles Opera
for chronic Invalids, Los Company presentations in Los An-
Dick Powell ha. consent, geles last week. He is Nathan
L'l and he is another contri-
The .Men's Division he
cial boa ril of directors'
honor by Hollywood celebrities, in-
eluding Binnie Barnes, Universal
"tar Benjamin Zemach, Holly-
wood noted Jewish ballet produc-
rector, famed for his bal-
le wish and other themes
al the world-famous Hollywood
Bl>wl, i. in New York on his honey-
moon and to direct the ballet for
reat Biblical pageant, "Road
"' Promise," which Max Rcinhardt
Ing at the Manhattan Opera
New York, late in Decem-
h,r under Meyer W. Wcisgal's
management Norma Shearer,
GM star, who adopted the Jcw-
1,1 faith when she married Irving
Thalberg, has presented her
his final years
school he sang important roles in
the Kilbourn Hall productions and
was also in the Rochester Civic
Opera Company. He made his Los
Angeles debut in "Pagliacci."
He Buys Tablecloths
Gus Kahn signed a new long-
term contract with M. G. M. as a
[yrlc writer and then went to the
Studio commissary for lunch, and
wrote' the lyrics for a number-on
a tablecloth. Kahn claims that he
has had to buy more tablecloths
from restaurants than any other
song Writer, because he gets his
(deaa at meal times and always
i with a gold locket which lacks
wntains strands of their two chil-
"Wrs hair and a lock of her own.
(Copyright, 1935, by Seven
Feature Syndicate)
Arts
tion Of bones for everybody. When
there is a justice of bones for ev-
erybody there will be no reason to
fear and hale me. I will get my
just portion, McGuire will get his,
Han- Schmidt will have enough to
eat, too, Catanzaro will have
enough.
There will be neither occasion
nor need for me to exercise my
well tried ingenuity to get what's
coming to me, and I will no longer
be the irritation on account of
which I am now despised.
I will be one of the brotherhood,
sitting with Schmidt, McGuire and
Catanzaro to consider ways by
which to multiply bones in the
world and ever more justly distrib-
ute them. My cleverness (now sus-
pected) will be esteemed as a qual-
... m08t desirable in the building
,' the new order; particularly my
inheritance of s.icial ideals will be
respected in an order being built
on peace and just i.e.
Well do I know that my pain is
The Knight Club boys are re-
questing your appearance at a so-
cial, to be held at L761 S. V7. Fif-
teenth st., Friday, '.' p. m. Admis-
sion 25c per couple.
The Y. M. II. A. wishes Rabbi
and Mrs. J. Washer a belated
Mozel Tov with their new born
son.
Mr. Harry I. Upton will be guest
Bpeaker next Wednesday evening,
November 27th, at the "Y" meet-
ing. All members are urged to at-
tend.
1 a spe-
meeting
Sunday. November 17th. Elected
to carry on the work of the bas-
ketball team were Ralph Cross-
man and Mickey Luhol. named
manager and coach respectively.
... tU to meet at the "\ next Sunday,
Recruits seeking a place on the
All members who have aided in
the "Y" dance program are asked
basketball squad may attend prac-
tice session to be held at Flamingo
November 24th, at 1 p. m. sharp,
when a group photograph will be
Park each Sunday at 1 p. m. The taken.
not the only pain in the world, will cause some men t.. alter their
that it is but a svmptom of the judgment of me, the Jew. It in
social sickness, that I am not to the picket line of strikers I heard
be delivered separate from the de- cries of "Jew!" against me who
liverance of all mankind. am their employer, I must con-
But a co-operative society is in sider:
the distance, and though it may This is a cry against all my
come in a rush tomorrow, it seems
lather to be advancing on leaden
feet.
people. Am I not then under heavy
responsibility to my people? Must
I, therefore, not be more just than
other employers who are not Jews?
In the meantime, I, the Jew, | As one' who has this respo.ibil-
must try to assuage my pain, if I it.v I cannot afford the ruthless-
am merely selfish; must do my ness that is the privilege of other
part to assuage the pain of my industrialists."
fellowmen, if I am worthy of my And, surely, if there were no
Inheritance I selfish reason for righteousness in
Surely, it should help me to be | me, it is enough that I, the Jew,
more just than other employers, to have inherited ideals of justice unto
set such an example of justice us (Continued on Page 4)


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, Novembers)., m
Rabia ^tjnagog -Section
EdiUd bj RABBI S. M MACHTEI
Foaniar and Diraetar, Baaio Srnacac a* Aaariaa
SUNDAY MORNINGS________________WIOD, MIAMI, rLOKIDA
SERMON DELIVERED ON SI NDAY, NOVEMBER 17. U 13CXZXZ3C3CXI3C^>Q
Miami, Florida,
November loth, 1986.
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami. Florida.
Gentlemen:
tries for leadership in intramurals,
each encourages its members to
seek honors on the campus. We
are proud to say that during the
Jewish High Holidays religious
In your issue of Friday, Novem- services were
:x
"The Modern Sodom"
Scripture Reading, Genesis, Chapter Will. Verses 20-22, and
Chapter MX. Verses 1-7. Inclusive
The cities morrah haw- served literature well as
exam] ,,f the law of retribution.
wag. s of sin is death. A child, who may know of no other proof cause one child, in spite of the fa- Epsilon I'hi to have the parents oi
ber 1st, 1985, there appeared an
rial entitled "Fiats Shall
They Continue?" challenging the
right to existence of two Jewish
fraternities at the University of
Florida The alumni of Tan Epsi-
neously referred to
as Tail Alpha Phi in your article I
t the challeii-
Would you condemn an entire
synagogue because it contained a
erring ones? Would you cas-
of ten children be- by the Miami Alumni ( lub oi rail
held at our frater-
hoiise by members of our
group. Some of us have person-
ally seen members of our frater-
nity now attending the university
repeating their religious prayers
daily. Hut. most important of all,
we proudly say that we teach our
the li ssons of brother-
ind devotion, of which your
article .-peaks.
Even before your article ap-
:. plans had been formulated
ties of justice that I cannot es
cape. These duties I must perforin
until the millenium of a co-oPera
live society, a more just and iOT "
ly world even though mv djvi"
dends are reduced.
Closed Saturdays Phone 2-21.3]
DR. R. S. AKERS
DENTIST
Offi,. Hi
9:00 A. M. lo .",:(,!, ,.
1741 N. W. 86th St, Miami, pu
- truth, knows I e cities of Sodom and Gamorrah, ther's host efforts, became a way-
Adman and '/. I of their wicked inhabitants. But, for cor- ward one? Why, then, should you
rective pui to know that one wh dated indict entire fraternities because
a law has tial, in orde thers, that of what one. two or three mem
they .re ol ects upon the victim, and may say or do, who may have for-
the motive of 1 E se, how may we ; i n that we, our- gotten the teachings of fraternal-
lead us to ile- ism?
Your article says that the alumni
of the Jewish fraternities at the
of Florida "are derid-
ing one another, describing mem-
bers of the rival fraternity as men
devoid of decency and lacking
!it.r." Tau Epsilon Phi is hap-
py to name among its members
aluch active alumni as Joe Schwartz.
Rosenfeld, Aaron M. Kanner, Jo-
seph I. Davis, iiu- Feuer, Albert
Dubbin, Harry Kaplan. Dr. Irving
Gordon. Joseph Shapiro, Samuel
Kanner. Herman Goldberg, Samuel
J. Heiman. Morris Solomon, Sam
Dock. Herbert Hodes, Nathan Dub-
ler, Abe Furman, Frank William-
son. Clarence Feuer. Irving Fur-
man and the writer. We are will-
ing to submit to the community at
large whether such representative
Jewish men. as a group, or as in-
dividuals, are the type who should
be charged with instilling hate
among Jewish hoys, and with un-
American and un-Jewish practices.
as contained in your article.
ida should continue. It is but
proper, therefore, that we point to
il a few of the benefits and ad-
derived from being a
member. Rivalry does and should
exist. Each fraternity maintains
a fraternity house to accommodate
nly Jewish boys. Each fraternity
Strives to exec-: in scholarship, each
: in similar activities, which wil
So it is that 1 mindful of the i warning the
tes of the atrocities committed
rihabitai it -. that, i ing warned, we may avoid the
:.- and the din To n int all the si
... lant and would serve no greater
it a few of the -ins. Greed was the
use, It led to murder, to the perversion of justice, to
pei theft and chi ise less
f mankind. Since greed was the dominant trait, the laws of I Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz,
h, and wcit- calculated to do injury to the poor. Sidney Segall, I'!'. Leo Kupper, Dr.
1 itable, so mu ey flooded the high-) Edward Roth, Sheldon Dubler, Al
treams f wa that the roads to their city were oblit-
uld find their way thither.
An oft-n peal I xample of their tr< ii t strange rs is given
in the story which their common lodging house.
Th< beds were size. The stranger, who wandered into the city,
" long, h Wt re cut off to make
him conform to the bed; if h( m n rt, his limbs were stretched
until Anyone found harboring a stranger or giving
him : | .::. -:. :. That's why Lot was called to account
he enl eared in human form. A girl who
was aught to a starving stranger was tried
The po child was stripped naked, smeaivd
exposed n ees aid be
attract er. The inse ts stung he r to death.
m their methods of robbery.
When they made
Is 1 t theft, l I rst ask their victim to
ey which they had first
to the \ ie
Tl :eak into '
dment b\ the smell of the
far from the ties commit'.' I
era licated from human
til imanities, the
the Sodomites. The
' ~ i of Sodom and G morrah to heart. In
: than the y we re in ancient
it, 1 campls of S edom at its
Son .;;.-. have not yet bi
the iuty of an i I
' -" mily is n -.ly by these anon.;.
these I f anima
human race from the depths to the
' enligl tenment, from dark-
ta les; th
-lipped back a rung or two on the la
But, in has been n ade. This earth IS
ago. There is
tanding, of inside rati en, one f r
Because of the
s of the back] it the fore ground,
... : iin the aspect of civiliza-
lay.
Keen though tl nated Sodomite ire rare, nevert]
to us. Their i injurious to our
is 1 Youth think- ess in
th. When to such influences; when it li
means than by
ids; when its -. is draw:, to 1 that wealth can
the truth. win respect for its
of the manner in t the acqu sition was
ith is tempf ite the unwl example of a
"gel h-quick" scheme.
It > up ine and mature men and women to guide vouth>
path in life, nd idolizing the
high priests, the hoarders ol g ... Teach your
e"'ld ter is the true n of We rth. If the men of
n greedy they would n
crime- with v. re charged. Please do not have the erro-
who have wealth are the fa
God; that they have |e rich because G : wanted them to
A member of a committee, soliciting funds for a charitable o
ached a wealthy man and asked him for a donatio'
making n the volunteer said, "You realize, sir, that God permits
o much money, only in trust. You should distribute por-
oi your wealth to the poor and needy. You are merely an
of God, i ibursing agent." The rich man. who" wa- very
miserly, refused to help the worthy cause. To combat the argument
oi the committeeman, he re].lied. "If God doesn't like the way I'm
handling His money, why doesn't He take it away from me?"" The
volunteer smiled and -aid. "Permit me to ask you this: If vou should,
drop a penny into a muddy gutter, would you stoop down to'pick it up !
out ol tin- gutter?" "No," came the immediate reply, "I wouldn't
soil my hands picking a penny out of the gutter, when I have so much "
Reaching for his hat, the solicitor rose and said, "Neither would God
Good day."
The people of Sodom and Gomorrah had their wealth, hut it did
you to envy. Individuals and nations who trample principles under I
toot in the- mad rush for wealth and power; who crush human life when
It crosses their paths in the mail rush for more and more; who di
the happiness of others in their scramble for gold; who violate the
I tradition- of generations of honest men and women; who bl
nun from their homes that they may roh them in their absence' who
:.-an! the opinions of just and righteous people; these
ern people of Sodomwho distort and pervert laws and judicia
tems; who brazenly flaunt their outrages in the- whole
world; they have not learned the lesson; because the day of final
our members and pledgees attend
inhering during the Florida-
AubUl game here. We
take :i-.is opportunity of publicly
inviting them to accept our invita-
and when they the opinion they will join us in
shouting "Not guilty" to your ill-
: charges.
MIAMI ALUMNI CLUB, TAU
EPSILON PHI.
By LOUIS HEIMAN,
President.
Editor's NoteThe above letter
was received t<> late for publica-
tion in our last week's issue. We
do not believe the excellency of
character of the gentlemen who
are alumni of a frat disprove any
charges in the least. The informa-
tion upon which we based our edi- '
lorial is such that we could not I
di-regard the same. We hope that
the abuses complained of have
been stopped as a result of our
editroial.
Save Time, Miles and Money
USE
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Plain Talk
(Continued from Page 3)
all men. I am not faithful to my
i'ou ask whether the Jewish fra- inheritance as a Jew if, by reason
ternities at the University of Flor- of my injustice, men are afflicted.
It is not excuse enough for me
that many others who are not Jews
and who are more powerful than
I have no justice. Their workers
eat the crust of poverty; they fes-
ter in hovels.
I am the Jew and have great du-
reckoning has been temporarily postponed, they believe that they have
1 it.
There is one particularly flagrant example of Sodom across the
That land is rapidly hastening the approach of its own upheavel.
Sodom could not be destroyed until Lot and his family had left the
city. That land is banishing the kinsmen of Lot. When the last Jew-
will have turned his back upon that accursed persecutor, and will have
shaken the elust of that place from his shoes, the fate of Sodom will
befall it. When the land will have purged itself of the impurities, it
will again be established upon firm foundation, for, so the rabbis teil
us: The inhabitants of Sodom and Gomorrah hail forfeited life, but
the cities will be re-established in the Messianic Fra.
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Friday, November 22, 1935
Jacksonville News
Last Wednesday the membership
um of Senior Hailassah was held
at the home of Mrs. Jack Rosen-
when old and new members
present Mrs. Joseph Strauss
..airman of the membership
tommittee, with the following as-
: Mesdames Perry Kantor,
[ stein, Sam Weiss, N. H. Shor-
\. Safer, Louise Witten and
Klepper.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
STATEWIDE NEWS
The Institute of Jewish Studies
,.,,, its sessions last week when
Kuiibi M. !' Margolis led the dis-
n of the open forum on "The
Present Status of the Jews in Ger-
many." Courses offered are: Jew.
. HUtory, L. Klepper, instruc-
tor; Prophetic Books of the Bible,
Jacob Becker, instructor; Modern
Hebrew, Rose Soloff, instructor;
Jewish Customs and Ceremonials,
Rabbi Margolis, instructor. A class
in elementary Yiddish will be
taught. Plans for the annual
Thanksgiving ball of the Daugh-
ters of Israel at the Jewish Center
include novelty dance numbers and
other unusual entertainment. In
.if arrangements are Mes-
Sam Data and A. Selber as
co-chairmen. Willie Silverman will
be master of ceremonies.
West Palm Beach
Another important B'nai B'rith
meeting will be held by the local
Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146 Mon-
day evening, .November 25th, at
8:15. The meeting will be held at
the home of Mr. O. P. Gruner in
Prospect Park. Three new mem-
bers will be introduced at this
meeting and several new appli-
cants will be proposed.
Mrs. Fannie Ryder is visiting
her sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacobs, in Atlanta, Ga.,
for the past two weeks.
Last night the Junior Daughters
of Israel held the first of its series
I weekly dances at the Jewish
Community Center. Plans for the
month of November included a
scavenger hunt, membership drive
and other events. Last Friday
I night the organizations presented
the center with a beautiful canopy
to be used in wedding ceremonies.
The canopy is made of white satin,
trimmed with white silk braid and
gold sequins. Miss Edith Weiss,
jiit of the Juniors, deliv-
ered the presentation address, and
Mr. David Moscowitz, vice-presi-
dent of the center, delivered the
acceptance address. Rabbi Morris
D, -Margolis, assisted by the choir,
cat in charge of the services and
delivered a sermon on "Symbolism
i the Wedding Canopy." Follow-
I i.ig the services the organization
was host at a reception. Officers
organization are: Edith
president; Bessie Cohen,
[first vice-president; Clara Kramer,
Mcond vice-president; Pearl Rosen-
blatt, recording secretary; Edith
Nulfson, corresponding secretary;
Edith Leibovits, treasurer; Louise
Dreyfuss, sergeant-at-arms, and
Libby Witten, reporter.
The Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering
I *iety and Home for the Aged
nsoring a bridge party in the
Jewish Center at 3 o'clock Wednes-
mber 27, for the benefit
[ the aid fund, to supply baskets
'' foods to unfortunate families.
The committee in charge consists
! Mrs. A. Iloffenberg, chairman;
lars. II. Talisman, co-chairman;
A. liork, Mrs. P. Puldey, Mrs.
I-1 Shapiro, Mrs. S. Worman and
P'-s. J. I. Wilensky.
Services of Temple Beth Israel
(Reform) will be held tonight at
the temple on Broward ave., with
Dr. Carl N. Herman officiating,
assisted by the Temple Beth Israel
mixed choir. Services will begin
at 8:15.
Congregation Beth El will hold
its usual Friday night services at
the synagogue on Fern st. at 8:15
o'clock tonight.
A meeting of Sisterhood Beth
Israel was held Tuesday evening
at the home of Mrs. Frank Barer
on Vincent road, Prospect Park,
where important business matters
of interest to the sisterhood and
congregation were discussed. Re-
freshments were served after the
games.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Cong. B'Nai IsraelA. S. Klein,
feld, rabbi, will hold services Fri-
day night at 8 o'clock and Satur-
day. !i a. m. Sermon on Friday
night, Israel's Dream." Sunday,
November 24th, a social will be
held with the following hostesses:
Mrs. Clara Williams, Mrs. Ger-
trude Friedman, Mrs. B. Carroll.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety on Thanksgiving night will
present a Monte Carlo night and
cafeteria supper from 5:30 until
? The social committee consists
of Mrs. Sam Shapiro. Mrs. O. Sil-
verman. Mrs. S, Sweet, .Mrs. 11. M.
Jacobs, .M,s. .1. Fuchs, Mrs. Ed
Kaufman.
The Misses Fern Goldberg, Hazel
Abrams and Revelle Jacobson at-
tended the "Homecoming Frolics"
at Gainesville, Fla.
The Judaic Council held a card
party on November 17th, 1985, at
which the large gathering had a
fine time and proved a great suc-
cess. .Miss Celia Rubin was the
lucky winner of a turkey.
Mr. and Mrs. Kapner of New
York, parents of the well known
Kapner boys of Palm Beach, are
now in West Palm Beach and ex-
pect to make their permanent home
here.
The local Young Judeans met
Wednesday evening at the home
of Miss Miriam Friedman on Thir-
teenth st. Many business matters
of importance were discussed and
acted upon. A social hour fol-
lowed the meeting and delicious
refreshments were served by the
hostess.
Plans an- being completed for
[ mnual benefit cabaret of the
ITemple Sisterhood, to take place
11 9 o'clock Monday evening, De-
" Hi, in the Japanese Gar-
["of the Windsor Hotel.
S. S. Goffin is chairman of
' cabaret and is being as-
' -ted by a capable committee,
icketa at a nominal price may
obtained from any member of
mmittee. Those desiring rea-
ctions are requested to call Miss
] 'ay llal,e as soon as possible.
November meeting of the
Hadassah Chapter was held
: Week in the Jewish Center with
Ben Stein presiding. The

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Prayer was offered by
Mrs. Jac Rosenberg. The member-
ship chairman, Mrs. Joseph Strauss,
reported 17 new members.
Mrs. L. S. Joel, chairman of the
penny luncheon fund, reported her
committee held a cake sale, from
which a substantial sum was
raised. Projects to be held in the
future are a spaghetti supper, to
be given in the evening some time
during January, another cake sale
and a bridge tournament.
Mrs. Sam Weiss, conference
chairman in charge of the regional
convention of Senior and Junior
Hadassah chapters, to be held in
Jacksonville February 8th and 9,th,
stated that no definite plans could
be made until after the national
convention in Cleveland, which will
take place on November 28th.
Hadassah Sabbath services will
be dedicated December 13th by
Rabbi I. L. Kaplan and the follow-
ing Friday night, December 20th,
in the Center by Rabbi M. D. Mar-
golis.
Mrs. Joseph Strauss spoke brief-
ly on the work of Hadassah and
the importance of Jewish women
becoming affiliated with this or-
ganization.
Following the meeting and pro-
gram a social hour was enjoyed
with Mrs. Nat Cohen, Mrs. Perry
Kantor and Mrs. D. H. Lasarow
serving tea and cakes.
Flection of new officers of Con-
gregation B'nai Israel was held
recently. The following were
named. Mr. H. M. Jacobs, presi-
dent; Dave Loebel, vice-president;
Mrs. May Benjamin, secretary; Mr.
J. Fuchs, treasurer. Trustees: Mr.
A. Sierkese, Mr. E. Goldman, Mr.
S. Fyvolent, Mr. M. Davis and Mr.
F. Rubin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuchs enter-
tained at dinner last Sunday in
honor of the following friends: Mr.
ami Mrs. Sam Jaffe, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Gordon of Tampa, Mr. A.
Rosen, who returned from Kouma-
nia, where he visited a number of
his relatives.
Daytona Beach
Notes
Tampa Notes
Mi.-s Evelyn Scadron, whose en-
gagement to David I.. Hutkin of
New Orleans was recently an-
nounced, was the guest of honor
at an elaborate bridge party
Wednesday evening at the Hills-
boro Hotel, of Miss Ruth Finman,
Miss Elizabeth Kirchick, Mrs. Lar-
ry Waltzer and Mrs. H. R. Born-
stein.
A green and white motif was
carried out in the party arrange-
ments. White chrysanthemums
were placed at vantage points in
the mezzanine floor where the ta-
bles for play were placed. The tal-
lies and refreshments further ac-
centuate this motif.
Miss Kirchick wore a ginger col-
ored crepe. It was made along
sport lines and had the fullness ac-
cented by pleats in the front. Her
belt was of natural color leather,
as were the buttons that adorned
the front of the bodice.
Mrs. Bornstein wore a Patou
model of black crepe. The only
trimming was two white ermine
pom-pons at the neckline. The skirt
was made along slim lines. Miss
Finman chose a semi-formal model
of slate blue crepe, the skirt being
the outstanding feature of the
dress. The bodice had the high
corded neckline and her dress was
belted with self material. Mrs.
Waltzer wore a tunic frock of
green crepe and uncut velvet. The
jacket of velvet had a large collar
of white velvet, which was caught
in front with an old gold buckle.
The hostesses and honor guest
wore corsages of talisman roses.
Miss Scadron, the guest of hon-
or, wore a military model fash-
ioned of black matellase crepe. The
bodice was fastened in front with
self material frogs and an em-
erald green velvet tie. Her ac-
cessories were in black.
Over 8.'( guests were present.
Orlando Notes
Mr. Nat Herman is chairman of
a Red Cross committee for the
1935 roll call and Mr. Jimmie
Becker is on the same committee
in the business district.
Mr. Wolfe of Wauchula. accom-
panied by his brother and Mr. Ed-
die Safer, were visitors in Orlando
last week for the naming of Mr.
Wolfe's infant daughter. Rabbi
B. Safer officiated at Ohev Sholem
Synagogue.
The B'nai B'rith dance held last
week in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue was successful. A largo
crowd enjoyed the evening. A buf-
fet supper was served at midnight.
Ben Katz and Jimmie Becker were
masters of ceremonies. Commit-
tee in charge consisted of Jimmie
Becker, Mickey Safer and Morris
LaBellman.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congre-
gation Ohev Sholem is sponsoring
a safeteria supper and carnival
Wednesday night in the vestry
rooms of the synagogue.
All Orlando sympathizes deeply
with Mrs. Sam Zegorian in the re-
cent loss of her father.
Miss Frances Segal returned to-
day from a visit in New York.
The delegation from Orlando
that attended the formal installa-
tion of the B'nai B'rith lodge in
Tampa last Thursday night were:
M. M. Segal, Judge lly Roth, Har-
ry Kanner, M. Braverman, Hyman
Roth, Morris LaBellman and B. J.
Cohen. Judge Roth, chairman of
this district and anti-defamation
work, delivered an address on B'nai
B'rith anti-defamation work in this
country and abroad.
Mrs. M. Friedman and son of St.
Augustine are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. M. Safer and family.
Mrs. Joe Moss of Sanford was
guest of honor recently when her
sister. Miss Mollie Stein, enter-
tained at her home on Second ave.
Cards were played and a buffet
supper served. Guests included
Miss Marian Rutberg. Mrs. Simon
Reed, Mrs. Sylvia Wasserman and
Mrs. Joseph Rutberg.
The fourth meeting of the lead-
ers' course sponsored by the rec-
reation department, Y. W. C. A.
and Girl Scouts, was held Wednes-
day evening. Rabbi David L. Zie-
lonka of Temple Schaarai Zedek
spoke on "Value and Objectives of
Leadership." The program includ-
ed singing, dramatics and games.
Sisterhood of Temple Israel con-
ducted its first card party of the
season Wednesday night, Novem-
ber 20th.
The Progressive Club met Fri-
day night, November 22nd, at the
home of Miss Elizabeth Grus, First
ave. A debate, "Is Marriage Pref-
erable to a Career?" was the prin-
cipal topic for discussion. Miss
Mollie Stein and Miss Clara Saffer
defended the affirmative and their
opponents were Miss Esta Saffer
and Miss Grus.
Irving Sacks of Connecticut ar-
rived this week for the season and
is now visiting his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Grus, First ave.
Miss Ruth Epstein and Miss
Nelson plan to spend the Thanks-
Arthur Boring of Plant City,
state commander of the American
Legion, gave an inspiring talk on
"Peace" at the monthly meeting
of the Tampa section, National
Council of Jewish Women, Wednes-
day, November 13th, at 3 p. m. at
the Y. M. H. A. building.
Mr. Boring was introduced by
Mrs. M. Uman, legislative chair-
man, who reported on legislation
in which the national council is in-
terested. Mr. Leo Gottsegen won
the trip to Cuba. Rabbi Stephen
S. Wise will speak in the municipal
auditorium January Kith.
New members joining at this
meeting were Mesdames William
The 101 Club is giving a bene-
fit bridge on November 27th at the
synagogue.
Miss Dorothy Baker will leave
for Gainesville to attend the fall
frolics at the University of Florida.
Mrs. L. Goldberg and her son,
Lorry, of Jacksonville were the
guests of Rabbi and Mrs. Safer
during the past week.
(Continued on Page 6)
l!a>s, Joe Steen and O. Marcus.
Miss Ray Birnback, correspond-
ing secretary of the Junior Coun-
cil, gave a report on the work
done by their group.
giving week-end in Miami.
A. Djmal and his family arrived
for the season. He plans to open
his linen shop on Beach st. in a
new Ralph Green store. Miss Es-
telle Djmal remained in New York.
Miss Josephine Waterman, bride-
elect, was guest of honor recently
at a luncheon and bridge party
given by Mrs. Sol Jacobs at her
home, 814 South Willow ave.
Luncheon was served at small
tables placed about the rooms and
each table was centered with a
small vase of white chrysanthe-
mums. Dainty white baskets, dec-
orated with a wedding bell, were
filled with green and white mints.
Mrs. Joe Waterman received a
prize for the lucky cut. A shower
of handkerchiefs was given the
honor guest.
There were 23 invited guests.
Y. M. H. A. NEWS
The Junior basketball team is
practicing consistently under the
direction of Coach Everett Wayne
and is preparing for a season of
activity.
Miss Mollie Stein was one of the
principal speakers at the annual
banquet recently of the Y. W. C. A.
A Thanksgiving Eve revue is be-
ing arranged to be given by stu-
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THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN ^
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISUAi:I.
Of Miami
[37 N. E. 1!Hh St.
KAPLAN
DR. JACOB II.
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by attendiiiK services, classes and the monthly meeting, which
will begin Wednesdn.> evening, December llih, 1035.
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TEMPLE are chairmen, with .Mrs. Morris
Plant, co-chairman.
Services at Temple Israel Friday
evening al 8:15 o'clock. This is
Sisterhood Sabbath. Services "ill
be conducted l>> Mrs, Isaac Levin,
Mrs. K. Max Goldstein and Mrs.
Morri Plant. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
will deliver the sermon.
The Sidni for this week is Gen-
esis :::] to 25:18, l&iftomh I
Kii i:l to I :-'ii. The month of
K \ betrin! W i ill i 'day, the -Tih
of November.
\, \i u. ek will be B'nai B'rith
week. I'i. Kaplan will Kpeak on
the ideals of B'nai B'rith. Mem-
bers of the B'nai B'rith are spe
cia toil to attentl that sen -
Thej ai e alu aj > Icome.
Saturday morning services have
n up for ibis year Ikm ausc
attendance. How-
ever, I .. lucts a ...
the idea thi praj i
da) morning from II to 12
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rabbi also
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SUNDAY SCHOOL
A new teacher lias been secured
for class 3 of the high school de-
partment, Mr. Abraham Kaplan, a
student at the University of Miami.
The following birthdays were cel-
. brated in the assembly last Sui
day: Ruth Wolkowsky, Sheila
Slam: and Barbara Mej i i
The school contributed $3.00 to
ihe Red Cross drive the first of-
fering this year in their social
service program. Dr. Kaplan point-
ed .'in this week that the flag is
.i symbol of our country; it stands
for protection and for duty. Even
so, the Torah is a symbol of our
. I -,..:uls for our faith in God
v God's protection for all
ildren of men.
Li bra r)We have two assistants
in the library now every Sunday
Miss \ Apte and
Mis- Dorothy Cone, together with
Mi -. \. l .i \ n, are handling the
library in the n ient way.
All the children arc inten Bted in
Friday, November 22, 193-
Tampa Notes
(Continued from Page 5)
deilta of Mrs. Alice Oliver of th
Versatile Studio, consisting 0f ta'
acrobatic and classical dancing j5
musical numbers. The proceeds n
to go to the Y. M. II. A.
A pcneral meeting of the mem
bers who have recently joined dot.
Ing the membership drive has been
called for Monday evening, Novem-
ber 25th. Matters pertaining to
the good and welfare of the assj.
ciation will be discussed. Refresh-
ments and smokes will be served
All members arc urged to attend!
Dr. Leon Schwartz, chairman 0!
the entertainment committee, an-
nounces a Chanukah dance, to be
in charge of a special committee
headed by Mr. Julius Silverman.
Elaborate arrangements are being
made to surpass even the Yom Kip.
pur night dance in popular appeal.
Mr. David Goldman of St. Pe-
tersburg is the guest of his daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mr;.
Jacob Wittner.
Entertainment committee for the fourth annual dance of the Y.
M. II. A. From left to right: Milton A. Friedman, executive director
Boris Schlachman and Al Berkowitz.
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The hoard of din
has decided to meet with the rabbi
once or twice a month for the pur-
pose of discussing problems of gen-
eral Jewish interest. The first
meeting will be held the seeond
Wednesday in December, the 11th,
in Kaplan Hall, at B o'clock, to
which all the members of the con-
n are cordially welcome
borrowing books, and several prizes and urgently requested to attend.
will be eed for those who This is really a monthly congrega-
thi best re] n the hook.- tional meetini a definite pur-
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Mr. Mendel Rosenvaig, 63, of
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Rosenvaig of Tampa and Mr. Hen-
ry Rosenvaig of Jacksonville.
Orlando Notes
(Continued from Page 5)
Miss Ruth Esther Rosen, who is
attending F. S. C. VV. at Tallahas-
see, spent Armistice day in Orlando
with her mother, Mrs. J. Rosen.
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Society
yn Henry Marcus of Miami
IBetch lefl week for New Ha"
I conn., to visit her mother,
38roUe1 Hoffenberg. Mr. and
\\y- Marcus are former residents
I'.- Montgomery Ala.
iht. Samuel Sal/.berg, son Her-
bert and daughter Carol, Paterson,
1 at the Rose Maison-
Mr. Salzberg
|N. J., ai rivet
Lite for t1"' waon
I; ..specie! 1 for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Blumenfield,
M kncAvii at Miami Beach, ar-
Irived for the season, and are at
L( Madison apartments.
* *
Announcement of the opening of
I kosher meat and poultry de-
Iprtment, and Grossman's fruit
land vegetable department at Mer-
Jlin's Koslnr Market at 320 Collins
[an., Miami Beach, appears in our
Icolumns this week. Mr. Gross is
liheson of Rev. H. Gross of Parks-
N. V.. and has been asso-
[,.,.,,1 with kosher meat stores in
i the past seven years.
|)Ir. I. M. Grossman of the vege-
table department is also operating
I iii and vegetable department
et's Kosher Market and has
[established a host of friends here
Iduring the past several years.
* *
Rev. J. Kaufman, who operated
[a kosher butcher store in Miami
land .Miami Beach last year, is this
I irge of the kosher meats
poultry at the South Beach
[Kosher Market at Collins ave. and
IF:rst -t.. Miami Beach. Rev. Kauf-
[man is a well known shoched and
|'ill personally direct the activities
1 of the market to insure strict
Lashrus at all times. Only the fin-
[-. of strictly Western kosher
[meats and fresh killed poultry will
handled. Reasonable prices will
I':>. made. Rev. Kaufman extends
Ibe charged and free deliveries will
Ian invitation to all to visit him and
I to inspect the store.
*
Mrs. S. Rosenberg and daughter
Iof New York are season arrivals
Iat the Park apartments, Miami
| Beach.
*
Tri Beta sorority met Friday
I night with Miss Janice Magid to
I plan a treasure hunt December 29
latthe home of Miss Millicent Roth.
I Others attending were Miss Flor-
ence Coret, Miss Marion Freed,
' Barbara Homa, Miss Bar-
bara Neufeld, Miss Lillian Rel-
Iman, Miss Irene Slann and Miss
| Myrtle Zeientz.
* *
Miss Helen Schiff celebrated her
Bixteen birthday with a
| teach party on Seventy-ninth st.
Saturday, November 16th. Guests
her home, 745 Meridian ave.,
[Miami Beach, at eight o'clock. The
ing were present: Dolly Sel-
[D>' Jeanette Kronenfeld, Molly
Enider, Elizabeth Rosenkrantz,
Schiff, Gertrude Jospey,
IJereldine Weiner, Florence Doeto-
:; and Shirley Menas, Saul
|Wby, Robert Miller, Melvin Katz,
1*1 Steinberg, Paul Young, Nathan
lack Young, Al Green, Iler-
[bertClein, Fred Becker, Harry
lWel, Perite Scheinberg, Mrs.
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Seven
Officers and members of the Young Women's Hebrew Association
actively aiding the annual Y. M. H. A. dance. Reading from left to
right, are: MlM Lillian Falk. Mrs. Marry (.n.ssman. Miss Bea Hern-
stem Miss Nell Lehrman, Miss Bea Silver. Miss Sylvia Greenfield.
M.ss Ethel Llpowaky, Mrs. Max Shenkman and Miss Ruth Drevich.
Becker. Mrs. Schiff, Mrs. Selby of Senior Hadassah will be held at
and Mr, and Mrs. Scheaffer. ,, home of the president, Mrs.
Joseph Williamson, 141") Meridian
A regular meeting of Sholem ave.. Monday afternoon, November
Lodge -No. 1024, B'nai B'rith, will 26th, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Alfred
he held Tuesday, November 26th, Levin will review "Sholom Ash,"
1035, at Beth David Talmud Torah newest hook, "Motke, the Thief."
at X p. m.
Nominations of officers for the
with his father and brother in the
August Bros. Bakery.

A most BUCCe88ful event was the
Jewish Welfare Bureau Ladies'
Auxiliary benefit bridge at the
Money Plaza Hotel last Tuesday.
Due to the efforts of Mrs. Mark
Max, who was hostess, more than
two hundred guests atended. Each
was presented with an onyx com-
pact by the hostess as a memento
of the occasion. A live turkey, pre-
sented by the Florida Poultry Mar-
ket, was won by Mrs. Alex Gold-
stein of Miami Beach. The thanks
of the organization and guests
was extended to Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Max for their work and generosity
in making the event a financial and
social success.
*
Mrs. Martin Raff will be host at
j a social event during December for I
the benefit of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau. The exact date and details
will be announced in our next is-
sue.
*
Miamians are urged to contrib-
ute rummage to the Jewish Wei-
Mrs. Stanley Myers, niece of the
author, will assist Mrs. Williams
coming year will he made, and oth- in receiving the guests, assisted by
er important business will be trans- Mrs. Albert Rosenthal.
acted. All members are urged to
attend.
GEORGE BRUCE
ARCHITECT
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Beth David Synagogue, in view
of the "Portion of Law" to be read
concerning the "Life of Mother
Sarah." The members of the Sis-
terhood who will participate in the
servicc> Friday evening at ^: l r> are:
Mesdames Morn- Dubler, Stanley
Myers, Sol Rotfort, William Rob-
inson, Meyer Schwartz and Sol
Weinkle. Mrs. William Robinson,
president of the sisterhood, will de-
liver tin- .-einion on the subject,
"Mothers and Daughters of To-
day."
Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assist-
ed by the choir, will chant the
services.
The Jrfnior Congregation will
meet Saturday morning at 10:3(1.
Junior Rabbi Peretz Scheinberg
and Junior Cantor Jack Seitlin will
officiate. Junior President Rob-
ert Miller will give the benedic-
tion. Mrs. Harry Oliphant will be
in charge.

Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf, who is
representing the Jewish women in
Miami for the Needlework Guild of
America, wishes to advise that any ,
of the ladies who have not con- j
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A treat is in store for all mem-
bers of Hadassah when the cul-
tural group of the Miami chapter,
A musical program by Mis.-
Freda Miller will precede the
round table discussion, followed by
a social hour. All Hadassah mem-
ber! are invited.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam August are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a baby boy at the Victoria
Hospital last Friday night. Mother
and baby are resting nicely. The
Bris will be held at the Victoria
Hospital next Sunday morning, No-
vember 24th, at 10:80 o'clock, and
all friends Of the family are asked
to attend. Mr. August is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerson August,
prominent in local Jewish com-
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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Beth David Sisterhood is planning a food sale all day Wednesday, November :27th. at the First si. entrance t" Palmer's Shoe Store. Members of the Sisterhood will be in charge. Mrs. I.. Hattz and Mrs. Sol Rotfort are planning a card party for the benefit "f the Sisthe season planned. Baskets will od .HI December 8th at the b filled for underprivileged famhome of Mrs. Rotfort, full details jlies al Thanksgiving. Mrs. Janet of which will appear in an early Friedman will sponsor a benefit issue. On December 18th a card card party for the club al 8 p. m. party will lie held at the home of .Monday at the V. M. II. A. buildMrs. Charles Goldstein, when .Mrs. ,„-. corner S. W. Sixteenth ave. Goldstein will be assisted by Mrs. an d Third st. There will be prizes .Max Daum. Council Sabbath will be observed by the Junior Council of Jewish Women at Beth David Synagogue on Friday evening, November 29th, with .Miss Fay Oster in charge of the program, she will be assisted and refreshments and the public is invited. • • Much interest has been shown in the annual Thanksgiving dance being sponsored by Junioi Hadassah Thursday, November i!*th, at the Hotel Alcazar root'. An enyable program of entertainment Frank, Miss Sylvia Shapiro. Mrs. M. shift". Mrs I. Mintzer, Mrs. B. Cohen and Mrs. C. Walensky. One of the largest suits filed in the county, that has aroused much interest, is the suit filed by Judge A. J. Rose, who represents Harry I. Lipton, as plaintiff, against Philip Liberman and the Mercantile Hank of Miami Beach. The suit is for $500,000 damages and is based on certain slanderous articles published against Lipton by a weekly paper, which, according to the declaration to be filed by Mr. Lipton. will state that said paper was financed by a loan in the Mercantile Bank of Miami Friday, November 22 i 935 by Betty Greenberg, Ida Engler, ... ,. .. M Carl Gard" %  ?~* Eli-eEhrman and Mrs. ^ J£gJ ^J£J J ,,.,.,.. MBS. MAURICE MAMCHES Sylvia Chertkoff. Plans for the monies Ilu h „i,.,| m the program Ii(lh j. u (lll sisterhood, Miami Beach, just prior to its publicaannual December dance to be held wH| ^ Eyelyn Raff> who wi „ g ng ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ he latter part oi next month are gevera] rf Ma||a Z|u .,. a > hl „. st ^ ^^ Maim h(>s R „ pub Th( ftUegatlon8 wi „ a i so being completed by Mrs. Sam Steinberg, chairman of the arrangements committee who is being assisted by Miss Gertrudt Rappaport. An open meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall, when a cultural program will be presented by Mrs. Sylvia Chertkoff. A regular meeting of the Young Hebrew Social Club Tuesday evepopular compositions. Novelty dance numbers will be presented, and a dance contest will he a feature of the evening. The winning number for the turkey raffle will be drawn at this .vent. Music will be provided by -Mannie Gate-" orchestra. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the organization. A regular meeting of Junior 11adassah will take place Monday. November 25th, at 8 p. m., at the Beth David Talmud Torah. A culstate lie reception held in their honor that this was done in order to disat the Synagogue last Sunday credit the application for a nanight. The synagogue was filled tional bank charter made by Mr. to capacity when Mrs. H. '/.. Silverman, president of the sisterhood, who presided, opened the formal Lipton for a group on Miami Beach, and that these articles have been forwarded to the banking deprogram with brief remarks, partments with a view of discredAmong those who extended con gratulations to the newly married couple were Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, Mr. Philip Liberman, president of the congregation, and Mr. Jacob Becker, vice-president of the congregation. Cantor Naning, November 26th, at 8 o'clock, tural Program will be presented than Wroobel of Beth David. Canat the home of Miss Doris Go man. 1450 N. W. First St. All members and Jewish boys and girls between the ages of 18 and 18 are invited to attend. The organization will hold a Thanksgiving party Wednesday evening, November -~, at the homo of Marcie Adelman. In charge of arrangements are Martin Greenberg, chairman; Maraud there will be a discussion of tor Boris Schlachman and Cantor current events. An important businesa session concerning the Thanksgiving dance will be held. The Junior Council of Jewish Women is sponsoring a benefit bridge On Tuesday. November 26th, at p. m. at the Alcazar Hotel. In charge of arrangements is Miss ioodmanTnd Eleanor Lustgarten. Tickets may George Ginsburg. "' "'''•"'"' cl "'""' "* member of ... th Members of the Loyalty Club of Emunah chapter met last week, when reports of the welfare division were given and activities for • v/ow Sun.-Mon., Nov. 21-25 Leslie Howard Merle Oberon SCARLET PIMPERNEL ^AVfcNUE Sun.-Mon.. Nov. 24-25 .lean ilarlow — William Powell Franchot Tone RECKLESS organization. Dr. J. D. Farkas, prominent pby-ician of McKeesport, Pa., is the bouse truest of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 11. 11. Farr. Dr Farkas will also be entertained while here by his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown. • Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom will direct the Chanuka play which -he has written for the children of Beth Jacob Sunday school. Rehearsalbegin this week. Mrs. S. Amenoff, formerly of the Edgewater Leach and Park Lane hotels, Chicago, and Miss Lillian Rifas of the well known Rifas family of Chicago and Miami, announce the opening in the Olympia building of a specialty shop, where they will specialize in the instruction and designing in knitting, needlework and crocheting. The public is invited to visit this shop. Berele Kelemer sang a group of folk songs. Mrs. Mamches Responded to the words of greeting in a brief address. Cantor Mamches, who is cantor of Beth Jacob and on the faculty of the Talmud Torah. sang several selections. A social hour followed the formal program and refreshments were served to the guests, Hoste-sewere -Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Morris iting said application. Mr. Lipton, when interviewed about the suit, stated that several emissaries, friends to both parties in the litigation, have offered to intervene in this matter, but that he advised them that if Mr. Liberman would give $50,000 to charity to be distributed by a local committee, he would dismiss the cause of action at his own costs and expense and consider the incident closed, provided this offer was accepted now, and that this suggestion has been forwarded to Mr. Liberman. Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a congregational dinner Sunday evening, December 1st, 1935, at the Talmud Torah, to celebrate the formal dedication of M kitchen renovation and new ment. Admission will be on dollar per plate, the entire J coeds going to the Talmud Ton fund. The committee m charge? eludes Mrs. J. Engler, chainai Mrs. Lewis Brown, toastmi Mrs. Max Shapiro, who wil the invocation, and Mesdamsj Weinkle, II. Oliphant, J, fi R. Newberg, H. Markowitz, jj' Schwartz, J. Ballot, s. Blntsteia j Koplowitz, L. Hartz, Max Da'm and Albert Apte. The public urged to attend, as a gala evento is planned. A membership tea, sponsored by the Sisterhood of Chesed Sid Ernes will be given at the home tj Mrs. P. Scheinberg, 1777 1$ ^ Twelfth st., Monday, November 25th, at 2 p. m. The hostess, Hit Scheinberg, has arranged a beaatiful program. All members ar,d friends are cordially invited to at. tend. After the program delicio* refreshments will be served. T-, speakers will be Mrs. Terry Stea whose subject will he "The Womii of Today," and Mrs. Charles Beck, witt, who will speak about "Out Future Home." Mrs. Isidor I president, will receive the guests with Mrs. Scheinberg. Franklyn Kushner, New York,ii a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Let kowitz of the Windsor apartments Of interest to Miami friends .5 the announcement of the engage ment of Herbert F. Katz, formal] of this city, to Miss Charlotte Kaufman of Greenville, S. C. Mr. Katz, who received his education in Greenville and at the Un: versity of North Carolina, is Ik son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kau of this city. NOW OPEN NEEDLECRAFTSHOP Suit* 1017-1X Olyapla Buildmr Mrs. s. Amlnofi Mi<* I I >!TIIT< for Individual BUta KNITTING CROCHETING NEEDLEWORK Send Sunshine Fruit North for Thanksgiving IIIUIIIIIIIIHtlllll n 1 urn iiiiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiiiMi Homes Equipped With "UNITED SHUTTER AWNINGS" "Unite Safety With Beauty" And Save You 11)% on Your Insurance Costs llomr Color SchonM Carried out 1 M I. is sow: I'NITED SHITTER AWNING CO. 600 N. K. 94th St. Phono Bda-owaUr 1011 ^(IIHIIIIIIIItllllllllllllltllllllllllHIIhlllHIUIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilllllll II The Greater Miami public is I urged to contribute castoff cloth| ing for the rummage store <>f the I Chesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood, I which provides for the free burial I of those unable to pay. Those de| siring to contribute clothing are 1 asked to phone Mrs. Manuel Rippa, I 2-7337, or Mrs. Sol Sell waltz, 2-8092. A resume of the work of I the organization will appear in an I early number of The Jewish Flo1 ridian. OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT At the MORRIS PLAN ii W. I lacier St. Vincent R. Urice, Mgr. Bujdines tree-ripened "Sunshine Fruits" are from mature groves in the heart of the Indian River area, noted for unusual sweetness, line texture and thin skin. Your friends at home will appreciate a box because fruit of this quality is seldom obtainable up North. Boxes of Fruit, 1.50 to 10.00 Crystallized Fruits, 50c to 4.25 Tropical Jellies and Marmalades, 1.20 to 4.00 doz. Schley Pecans, 45c lb. SUNSHINE FRUITS, STREET FLOOR Ceremonial Objects for Home and Synagogue Fourth Floor



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% %  1 Friday. November 22, 1986 Society y n Henry Marcus of Miami IBetch lefl week for New Ha I conn., to visit her mother, 38roU e1 Hoffenberg. Mr. and \\yMarcus are former residents I'.Montgomery Ala. iht. Samuel Sal/.berg, son Herbert and daughter Carol, Paterson, 1 at the Rose MaisonMr. Salzberg |N. J., ai rivet Lite for t 1 "' wa on I; ..specie! 1 for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Blumenfield, M kncAvii at Miami Beach, arIrived for the season, and are at L ( Madison apartments. Announcement of the opening of I kosher meat and poultry deIprtment, and Grossman's fruit land vegetable department at MerJlin's Koslnr Market at 320 Collins [an., Miami Beach, appears in our Icolumns this week. Mr. Gross is liheson of Rev. H. Gross of ParksN. V.. and has been asso[,.,.,,1 with kosher meat stores in i the past seven years. |)Ir. I. M. Grossman of the vegetable department is also operating I iii and vegetable department et's Kosher Market and has [established a host of friends here Iduring the past several years. Rev. J. Kaufman, who operated [a kosher butcher store in Miami land .Miami Beach last year, is this I irge of the kosher meats poultry at the South Beach [Kosher Market at Collins ave. and IF:rst -t.. Miami Beach. Rev. Kauf[man is a well known shoched and |'ill personally direct the activities 1 of the market to insure strict Lashrus at all times. Only the fin[•-•. of strictly Western kosher [meats and fresh killed poultry will %  handled. Reasonable prices will I': %  >. %  made. Rev. Kaufman extends Ibe charged and free deliveries will Ian invitation to all to visit him and I to inspect the store. Mrs. S. Rosenberg and daughter Iof New York are season arrivals Iat the Park apartments, Miami | Beach. • • Tri Beta sorority met Friday I night with Miss Janice Magid to I plan a treasure hunt December 29 latthe home of Miss Millicent Roth. I Others attending were Miss Florence Coret, Miss Marion Freed, % %  %  •• Barbara Homa, Miss Barbara Neufeld, Miss Lillian RelIman, Miss Irene Slann and Miss | Myrtle Zeientz. • Miss Helen Schiff celebrated her Bixteen birthday with a | teach party on Seventy-ninth st. Saturday, November 16th. Guests her home, 745 Meridian ave., [Miami Beach, at eight o'clock. The ing were present: Dolly Sel[ D >' Jeanette Kronenfeld, Molly Enider, Elizabeth Rosenkrantz, Schiff, Gertrude Jospey, IJereldine Weiner, Florence Doeto: ; and Shirley Menas, Saul |Wby, Robert Miller, Melvin Katz, 1*1 Steinberg, Paul Young, Nathan lack Young, Al Green, Iler[bertClein, Fred Becker, Harry lWel, Perite Scheinberg, Mrs. THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Seven Officers and members of the Young Women's Hebrew Association actively aiding the annual Y. M. H. A. dance. Reading from left to right, are: MlM Lillian Falk. Mrs. Marry (.n.ssman. Miss Bea Hernstem Miss Nell Lehrman, Miss Bea Silver. Miss Sylvia Greenfield. M.ss Ethel Llpowaky, Mrs. Max Shenkman and Miss Ruth Drevich. Becker. Mrs. Schiff, Mrs. Selby of Senior Hadassah will be held at and Mr, and Mrs. Scheaffer. ,„, %  home of the president, Mrs. Joseph Williamson, 141") Meridian A regular meeting of Sholem ave.. Monday afternoon, November Lodge -No. 1024, B'nai B'rith, will 26th, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Alfred he held Tuesday, November 26th, Levin will review "Sholom Ash," 1035, at Beth David Talmud Torah newest hook, "Motke, the Thief." at X p. m. Nominations of officers for the with his father and brother in the August Bros. Bakery. • • A most BUCCe88ful event was the Jewish Welfare Bureau Ladies' Auxiliary benefit bridge at the Money Plaza Hotel last Tuesday. Due to the efforts of Mrs. Mark Max, who was hostess, more than two hundred guests atended. Each was presented with an onyx compact by the hostess as a memento of the occasion. A live turkey, presented by the Florida Poultry Market, was won by Mrs. Alex Goldstein of Miami Beach. The thanks of the organization and guests was extended to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Max for their work and generosity in making the event a financial and social success. • Mrs. Martin Raff will be host at j a social event during December for I the benefit of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. The exact date and details will be announced in our next issue. • Miamians are urged to contribute rummage to the Jewish WeiMrs. Stanley Myers, niece of the author, will assist Mrs. Williams coming year will he made, and oth! in receiving the guests, assisted by er important business will be transMrs. Albert Rosenthal. acted. All members are urged to attend. GEORGE BRUCE ARCHITECT i the Opanlng of Offices '" the Prmetk f Architecture 0S SECURITY BUII-DINfi fhonr 2-11 2 Miami WINE GRAPES CALIFORNIA MUSCATS (White) PRICED RIGHT KLBFEKER PRODUCE, Inc. N Miami Ave. and 7th St. Phone 2-0233 This Sabbath has been designated as "Sisterhood Sabbath" at Beth David Synagogue, in view of the "Portion of Law" to be read concerning the "Life of Mother Sarah." The members of the Sisterhood who will participate in the servicc> Friday evening at ^: l r> are: Mesdames MornDubler, Stanley Myers, Sol Rotfort, William Robinson, Meyer Schwartz and Sol Weinkle. Mrs. William Robinson, president of the sisterhood, will deliver tin.-einion on the subject, "Mothers and Daughters of Today." Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted by the choir, will chant the services. The Jrfnior Congregation will meet Saturday morning at 10:3(1. Junior Rabbi Peretz Scheinberg and Junior Cantor Jack Seitlin will officiate. Junior President Robert Miller will give the benediction. Mrs. Harry Oliphant will be in charge. • Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf, who is representing the Jewish women in Miami for the Needlework Guild of America, wishes to advise that any of the ladies who have not conj trihuted to this very worthy cause, and wish to do so, may leave their contribution at the Alray Shop, 119 Venetian Arcade, or at Bingwanger & Co., 1200 N. E. Second ave. Mrs. Rosendorf will collect the packages from either of these addresses. • A treat is in store for all members of Hadassah when the cultural group of the Miami chapter, A musical program by Mis.Freda Miller will precede the round table discussion, followed by a social hour. All Hadassah member! are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Sam August are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy at the Victoria Hospital last Friday night. Mother and baby are resting nicely. The Bris will be held at the Victoria Hospital next Sunday morning, November 24th, at 10:80 o'clock, and all friends Of the family are asked to attend. Mr. August is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerson August, prominent in local Jewish communal affairs, and is associated SAVE and THRIVE COME IN AND GET A HOME BANK Slarl In Build Your Own llnrni; and Financial Indepc ndenct NO" Your Savings Are Insured l'p to $5,000.00 WE IIAVH. PAID 4'/ Prr Annum Billet Charter rd Small and Lame .icrounta lltvittd FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI I'ongress Bldg. 109 N. E. 2nd Ave. 1935 CITY TAXES 2% Discount if Paid by Nov. 30th fare Bureau for resale 1 in the store operated by the organization and are asked to call any of the' following, so that bundles may bo called for. Mesdames Ida Optner, .1, Simpson, L Harts, Jewish Welfare Bureau, and Mrs. S. Rattier. • The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be !iost~ at its annual Chanuka party on Sunday evening, December —'ml. In charge of arrangements are Mesdames Nathan Adelman. B. (hertkoff, J. L. Shochet and Jack Hirsch. Plans for a gala evening are being made, full details of which will appear in an early issue. 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 "Religion Makes Progress." In addition to the sermon there will also be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. N O W O P E N GROSS Kosher Meat & Poultry Market Handling Only STRICTLY KOSHER Western Beef. Veal, Lamb and Fresh Killed Poultry REV. "BERELB" KELEMER Is Our "Shoched" Insuring Absolute Kashrus al All Times GROSSMAN'S FRUITS AMI VEGETABLES Al fording the housewife everything in choice Fruits and Vegetables, fresh daily Al Merlin's Kosher Market 320-322 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1570 BISCAYNE CARPET CLEANERS Work C'allt-d for and Delivered Day or Night Service 2975 S. \V. Eighth Street Ph. 2-1210—3-1074 TERMITE EXTERMINATION W. D. MURPHY TERMITE CO. 100 N. E. 24th St. l'hone 2-4307 f IIIIIIIIIIIII i, i imimiiiiiiiimn.J j ROOFING MATERIALS AT LOW PRICES Green Slate 1 30-lb. and 15-lb. Asphalt Felt I Drum Asphalt i We Are Exclusive Agents for | Barber Roofing Paper and Trinidad Asphalt TIP-TOP GROCERY CO. HARDWARE DEPT. 27 N. W. FIFTH ST. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN ^ BULLETIN TEMPLE ISUAi:I. Of Miami [37 N. E. 1!Hh St. KAPLAN DR. JACOB II. Rabbi IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIHII. iimiiiMiiiiiiitiiiiiiiniinniii o mi mi.hum %  II I mi itiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimi Judaism is a Waj of Life. Kind out the Jewish way of life by attendiiiK services, classes and the monthly meeting, which will begin Wednesdn.> evening, December llih, 1035. ilium i tun HINIHIH HUM i""" iiiimii mill o Cohen and Mrs. Mil.hell Wolfson TEMPLE are chairmen, with .Mrs. Morris Plant, co-chairman. Services at Temple Israel Friday evening al 8:15 o'clock. This is Sisterhood Sabbath. Services "ill be conducted l>> Mrs, Isaac Levin, Mrs. K. Max Goldstein and Mrs. Morri Plant. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will deliver the sermon. The Sidni for this week is Genesis %  :: % %  :] to 25:18, l&iftomh I Kii i:l to I :-'ii. The month of K \ betrin! W i ill i 'day, the -Tih of November. \, \i u. ek will be B'nai B'rith week. I 'i. Kaplan will Kpeak on the ideals of B'nai B'rith. Members of the B'nai B'rith are spe cia toil to attentl that sen Thej ai e alu aj > Icome. Saturday morning services have n up for ibis year IKM ausc attendance. However, I .. lucts a ... the idea thi praj i da) morning from II to 12 h all inti rabbi also "\\ it W Jews on Sunday mon 10:30 to 1! :30. AH membei \vi Ii ome to join. S nnaire members in the Son mlts will i service* I I %  \ about IV.1 SUNDAY SCHOOL A new teacher lias been secured for class 3 of the high school department, Mr. Abraham Kaplan, a student at the University of Miami. The following birthdays were cel. brated in the assembly last Sui day: Ruth Wolkowsky, Sheila Slam: and Barbara Mej i i The school contributed $3.00 to ihe Red Cross drive the first offering this year in their social service program. Dr. Kaplan pointed .'in this week that the flag is .i symbol of our country; it stands for protection and for duty. Even so, the Torah is a symbol of our I -•,..:uls for our faith in God v God's protection for all ildren of men. Li bra r)—We have two assistants in the library now every Sunday Miss \ Apte and MisDorothy Cone, together with Mi -. \. l .i \ n, are handling the library in the n ient way. All the children arc inten Bted in Friday, Novem ber 22, 193Tampa Notes (Continued from Page 5) deilta of Mrs. Alice Oliver of th Versatile Studio, consisting 0 f t a acrobatic and classical dancing j5 musical numbers. The proceeds n to go to the Y. M. II. A. A pcneral meeting of the mem bers who have recently joined dot. Ing the membership drive has been called for Monday evening, November 25th. Matters pertaining to the good and welfare of the assj. ciation will be discussed. Refreshments and smokes will be served All members arc urged to attend! Dr. Leon Schwartz, chairman 0! the entertainment committee, announces a Chanukah dance, to be in charge of a special committee headed by Mr. Julius Silverman. Elaborate arrangements are being made to surpass even the Yom Kip. pur night dance in popular appeal. Mr. David Goldman of St. Petersburg is the guest of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mr;. Jacob Wittner. Entertainment committee for the fourth annual dance of the Y. M. II. A. From left to right: Milton A. Friedman, executive director Boris Schlachman and Al Berkowitz. books. GENERAL %  %  ... %  -. 1 k, %  .:-• f The hoard of din has decided to meet with the rabbi once or twice a month for the purpose of discussing problems of general Jewish interest. The first meeting will be held the seeond Wednesday in December, the 11th, in Kaplan Hall, at B o'clock, to which all the members of the conn are cordially welcome borrowing books, and several prizes and urgently requested to attend. will be eed for those who This is really a monthly congregathi best re] n the hook.tional meetini a definite pur\'.. .. e set The first subject under discus•• 11a\ e thi •>< 9 in the % %  •..: class of th< l'i t< I States Any Pi blems Which the Son-Jew Does Not Have?" ass. Th( y \ isit rhink I come pre] • S th your Every \ • .;. wl 1 wishes n ill be given an rdially look ov< express himself. —Mothers! HAY BEE DIE DEE BUPPI \ I MMHtV We supply, daily, all the sterilized. snowy white. fresh diapers you need. Used ones (for which we supply :i neat container) are picked up daily—ALL AT A MOST MODERATE COST. Bab) Clothes Our Spilty OPFM K AM) PLANT 122 SW. 22nd Ave. PRONE 2-6112 Mr. Mendel Rosenvaig, 63, of 1043 Xinth ave. died recently. Sur. vivora are two son-. Mr. Charles Rosenvaig of Tampa and Mr. Henry Rosenvaig of Jacksonville. Orlando Notes (Continued from Page 5) Miss Ruth Esther Rosen, who is attending F. S. C. VV. at Tallahassee, spent Armistice day in Orlando with her mother, Mrs. J. Rosen. TORGSIN GIFTS .. • ... fairs 1 %  • .. sv 1 •. %  .•services I %  as the S whi. -' Also, "if w %  %  %  • t %  %  %  -.. ..books. I Miss Apt it ing S monej v nts f th as 1 .. %  The wisd >m is the 1 1 a month in the %  LSCUS! ays to this ..-.. g w %  i-ar.y Shell's Food Store, Inc. 1235 S. W. EIGHTH ST. R. C. MOSS. Mj PHONE 2-7529 Handling the Finest in Groceries, Meats. Fruits and Vegetables SERVICE — QUALITY — ECONOMY to your RELATIVES TORGSIN STORES are located in the larger cities of the Soviet Union and carrv various domestic and imported articles of high quality. Prices compare favorably u itb those in America For Torgfin orders tec your local bank or authorized agent The benefit supper and carnival given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Ohev Sholem last week was a huge success. Much credit is clue to the ways and means committee for their splendid efforts and the co-operation of the members of the auxiliary in their liberal donations and giving their time to make this event 1 outstanding success. The members of this committee are Mrs. I. Becker, chairman; Mrs. Harry Kotttlman and Mrs. Abe Shapiro. Htl Louis liaum assisti I the committee in the honor-. Mrs. M. M. Sfgal. Mrs. Ben Katz, Mrs. ft toner also served as host The first of a I %  '' wiih community servicein f were held in the s; f,he 1 ng. Ohev Sholem I Mr. Sam Zagorian conducted the responsive readings and Mr. ^ Bai r delivered the rmon. Mrs. Ben Karpf has returned New York after % %  %  moth er, Mrs. LaBellman. 0RCSIN :RO TRADING CCRP Ht >e Sex York S. f, Orlando Lodge No. 1043, B'rith, held their regular monthly meeting in %  rooms of the Tw* RUSSIA day night. A n ted tended Tampa Lodge N submit' by ti h ,l ; led the formal reinstitution 0 SISTERHOOD .. ... Mrs Wolfson. RUSSELL F. HAND 815 Sej bold Building Phono 2-8635 ALL COWS nv PERRY'S DAIRY AltL GOVERNMENT TESTED Be >ure Your Milk Is From Government Tested Cows FRESH YARD EGGS From Our Own Farm PERRY'S DAIRY i X. w. 10th St. rhunc o. 7 o 21 BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since I Inspections and Estimates Ft* 222 N. W. 26th St. I'hoae %  For afr n .l .jui. k erTirf for TORGSIN ORDERS Call or telephone anv AMERICAN EXPRESS offli e or -lib-agent American Express Co. 1 Hauler St.. Miami. Fla. Tel. 3-3178—3-3179 H""' HIM 1 11 inn mini ii '^ 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546 The Best in Groceries, Meat-. 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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORID!AN Friday, November 22, 1 9 ,. i "HI" I" 1 i j %  1 Alexander Korda'a production of "The Scarlet Pimpernel" .onus to the Tivoli Theatre Sunday with i and Mi i irring roles. %  llllllllllllU|ll|lll'" l "'" M """" 1 "QUESTIONS WITHOUT ANSWERS" MR. JOSEPH GREENBERG Prominent Miami merchant who was din-.11 president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox CongrcWhat Day I* *• Jewish | Sabbath? Who Observes It, f I When and H" '•' ? „ i inn .."""Hi"" ""in" law practice. Minneapolis (WNS) Rabbi AlGordon of Adath Jeshurun ..„. 1,-is been reappointed nation, ai iis ancna irman of the permanent arbiniial meeting la-; • : :: ,,„ board "I tIndry cleaning week. dyeing industry here. lywood (WNS) Hon.nini,' m ory of the h.tc Dr. Samuel senkranz ami Judge Elias V. Kosenkranz, the newly 0 ,. ganj Ko-enkran/. Post. 113, JewilTS Veterans of the Unit,.,| g reived its charter am! Wa ly instituted at ceremonies held j, the auditorium of the n, American Legion Post. St. Paul (WNS) Catholic d. <-les her,, have starte. "• Prevent an official reception to Dr. Hans Luther, Bador, who is coming hen visit. The movement by Joseph Matt, Wanderer, who ,1 Nazi regime's war i was sufficient reai cord Dr. Luther ai lion. %  • %  la; %  : te i o triumphs, a %  ;i dancing I. it low. II.• I .t the VNS) Ra of Pitt! I.e. n ini as the Hillel FoundaOh State L'nn rsity. UN'S) Hott L'niven a f thi Minnesota canI i \V N'S) \ ... ing a koslur label will |i I anonUlio.l .a T, a .. -. uli (WNS) I I IVN 3 I Ul.I.: %  %  ; wish cornactivities is resigning from the i \ elc s on I teo i sume liis private "I LATOR RErUICERATION NO DOWN PAYMENT ^COLLECTORS /W7 METERS r f up to jl W I'Wptut FOR HOLIDAYS!! FOR BOYS AND GIRLS ()un Bicvclos For i ears America's Finest Chain Guard Built-in Streamline I UE8 a •.:.' I airier IIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIU ; W.A VI i'l l Som< on., to cater ;i | o %  >.. I tec. 'i. Call = I Israel or communi| with Mrs. Harry \'. Simons, | I 157-1 S. W. First Si. ii IIIIII IMIIIIIIIIIIIII".• Never before have we been able to make an offer like this. You can now own a money-saving Norge on terms so Pfl y M E N T$ low that you'll never AS LOW AS miss the money. Come in and get the details. A MONTH $4.13 NORGE CO. OF MIAMI Also Electric and Gas Ranv.es. Clothes Washers. Etc. 212 E. Plagler St. Phones 2-5164—2-5165 THE NEW 1936 V-8 FORD NOW BEING RECEIVED IN QUANTITIES DELUXE J rrs S sr V. -~ E. Vlso Wi~iti.li! Bicycles $24.93 up Velocipedes for Kiddie.' to '.< Years Old FLAGLER CYCLE CO. JAKE COHEN 0/.NER KM W I SI II \U I R Phone 2-1533 HIGHEST APPRAISALS ON YOUR PRESENT CAR TAKEN IN TRADE (all any of the following Dade Motor salesmen for appraisal of your car or demonstration of the new 1936 V-8 Ford: NEW CAR SALESMEN w. A. LARKINS, 111" N. W. Itn St., Miami, I la. 1>. II HARRINGTON, 215 V. E. 2.1rd Si.. Miami. Kim. II. s. ( HEW, J.'S, E. Bill St., Miami. I la. \\. B, PATTERSON, MS v. W. ll St., Miami, Kla. LLOYD II. S1DENER, S42C N. W. .ir.l A.,-., Miami. Kim. I.. E. BOVIS, 2379 S. W. lyth St.. Miami. Kla. ED. R 1 85 S. W. 16th St., Miami, Fla. I. D. BROSSII I! IS S, 1 23rd St., Miami. Kim. JAME8 W, in UK. HI, ||. Galloway Rd.. South ef si.n-.l lid. V\. II. I'l RKINS, MS S. W. Huh Are., Miami. Ha. I S II \M in K, 1136 S. \V. Ird Ave„ Miami. Kim. I ESTER II. MOOMAW. 17(4 B. W. Huh Si... Miami. Kim. LINCOLN SALON SALESMEN VICTOR POPE, MS Meridian Ave., Miami Beach W. II. Rli KERT, 652 N. W. 2nd Ae„ Miami. Ha. T. II. HERMES, :.l!i W, 2(th St.. Miami H.a.h. Pb. HERMAN LYONS. 1 it^T ft. \v. :imh St.. Miami, rla. FRED POST. Jr.. 1632 Meridian Are., Miami Beach, HUSED CAR SALESMEN PRANK T. BURKE, 1160 N. W. 29th Si.. Miami. Fli. O. II. THOMPSON, 1101 N. W. 6ih SI.. Miami Flm. VV. C. RORDEAV. 3244 N. E, lt Are., Miami, Fla. W. I IIKIIHMI IKI.l). 10.16 S. W. Mli Si.. Miami, r •• GEO. \\. \MMIV 1172 S. \v. 22nd Are., Miami. Fla. V (.. WILSON, 2112 S. W. 17th St.. Miami. Fla, I In E, Minn, ii.'s Cordora St.. rural Gmblw J. L. MAYS, -oio N. W. th Are., Miami. Kla. I.KO Ml 1)1)—rsi-II) CAR DIVISION MANAGER &07*d' 100 S. W. 2ND AVE. 801 LINCOLN RI). 5TH ST. AT EUCLID AVE. 858 \\. FLAGLER ST. MIAMI MIAMI REACH MIAMI REACH MIAMI



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Frjday November 22, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three &Jemsti Ftoridiian !" FLORIDA 5 ONLY tWl5l WKEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. 0. Box 273 Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: B1 s W. 16th Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Maniner Rein Tower Bldg. Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-11)11 CANTOR BORIS SCIILACHMAN Field Representative 7~^A econd claw mntUr July 4 19301, it the Post Office at Miami. Florida, En" 1 *" under the Act of March 3, 1879. nu. -"^TPETERSBURG RABB I A S. KLEINFELD Ri prcsentative WEST PAI.M BEACH S. SCHUTZER Representative OULANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Si, Hontbj — Oaf Year — $1.00 J2.00 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. l!t:r. Vol. 8—No. I" Public Opinion Wins l "" MUM mi I I IIIIII mini Plain Talk By AL SEGA L "The Bone Pile" l 1 """ 1 "" "Minim HimiiitHiiiii i mt ma "I find," writes Irvin M. Ames of 395 Springfield ave., Newark, N. J., "that you advise Jewish manufacturers to pacify unions to ward off anti-Semitism, "Roger W. Babson, the Boston statistician, advises us to refrain from commercial activities, even if temporarily, to ward off anti-Sem. itism. "A prominent rabbi at a conference of Reform .lews Chicago, I believe, advises .lews to stay out of! tinprofessions to ward off antiSemitism, "They cannot (probably will not) see the simple, obvious fact that. race hatred cannot eease in a competitive society. This is as obvious as that 2 plus 2 equal four Peace for oppressed minorities, like tile .lews, as well as for oppressed individuals. is possible only in a system devoid of competition But rich Jews do not waul In give up being capitalists. So let them take their medicine: Too bad that the poor Jews must take the bad without the good." I quite agree with Mr. Ames. 1, MIAMI By NOTES HARRY SCHWARTZ The future success of this organization may readily be assured if you are to judge by the position it hat placed Itself, in the hearts of every youngster and grownup in this community. The purpose of this organization is to provide for championship team of last year is still intact, so here's hoping another successful season is ahead. The Women's Division is waiting until after election of officers before going ahead with their plans for the winter season. And alas, but not least, we come to the Junior Division, who finally held its first meeting in three weeks, due to the absence of light. Many happy faces were in evidence, clearly showing their appreciation In having a place to meet and enjoy the company of their friends. As per usual, a dancing jamboree followed the meeting. Music was provided by ye old the cultural, social and physical maestro, Hen Bernie, and all the welfare id' its members, and to foster and develop the highest ideals of American citizenship. We cannot -tress too heartily the necessity id' co-operation from the' parents of these youngsters as widl as the support of the' business nun who have always lent their aid in such a noteworthy cause and most undoubtedly will again when approached. Thebuilding of a new home is the real objective of the "Y" presently. There are many .lews in lads, via radio, if you please. There will be a postponement of next Tuesday's meeting due to repairs being made 1 at the clubrooms. What is this Knight Club all about? Change's have been made for the meeting nights of the women's and junior groups, Monday night to be known as Junior Division collaboration: Tuesday will be attended by the women's group; Wednesday, as in the past, is Y. M. II. A. night; Retreating under a barrage of protests from all parts of the cmintrv, the Public Works Administration, through the dogs), but the big dogs are %  Secretary of the Interior Iekes. has ruled that foreign maavid for most of the bones, and if (trials are henceforth barred on relief projects. Elicited > by the universal indignation provoked by the award of two PWA contracts to German steel manufacturers, this ruling is a striking victory for public opinion which refused to tolerate the use of government relief appropriations to finance Hitlerism Thursday to be filled by the Boy this'citv who would most certainly Scouts; Friday a day to pay our take pride in seeing a permanent respects to the temples and synatnonument to Judaism in Miami gogues; Saturday and Sunday to open house unless a ion occurs, great heap of bones (enough for all J£^£ 0 Vfait^Tverywhere." We an only accomplish this goal by Condolences to Rabbi David your financial aid. Don't fail US Rosenbloom, who lost his mother or your children. Let us show the recently. the Jew, am the bright little dog {]ya wouW undoubted y .„,,, ,„ the be known as in the dog tight. There lies a u ,,.,. „ f llU1 ,„.„,,,,. ,„ Mlaini S1S special occasi. I. Now that this point has been gained and the contracts for German steel on New York and North Carolina bridges arc being held up, the Treasury Department and the Customs Bureau should lose no time in opening an exhaustive inquiry to determine how German merchandise is being poured into this country in violation of our tariff law and antidumping acts. Samuel Untermyer hit the nail on the head when he remarked that the PWA situation could never %  are arisen had the anti-dumping laws been strictly enforced against Germany. LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By LOUIS PBKARSKY Out Hollywood Way a personage than Jack N less Benny has agreed to sponsor the 1986 "Show of Shows," to be in Wins Opera Coal Music critics of Southern California are acclaiming the talent of a youth from Rochester, N. Y., mind to do could devour the little dogs in one ^^ ^ ui havc „,,. s|im|k „, t ''' go ahead barring all obstacles. And very little, indeed, do the small dogs get out of the big heap, Through ,,„. n ,„, t lT „, ts „f Sam and they content themselves with That man is back, folks—none other than that Jorja Cracker, Al Reisman. howling and snapping at the big dogs. This they call free speech Seitlin We have added the Boy Scouts to our fold. Every possible facility was placed at their disBen Serkin recently returned from a three weeks' vacation in and it comforts them to have that ^^ ^ ^ n| s meeting( which Nashville, Ten,,. much. Now every once in a while I, the bright underdog, make a quick dash into the heap of bones and get for myself a good bone even out of the mouths of the big dogs. My long experience of being an underdog has taught me how to do ^"charge"of"the"Boy Scouts'are":' this, has sharpened my teeth. s ,,, ulmast ,. r Herman LefkowitZ, I grab my bone and at once all Jr ag8igtan) .scoutmasters, Myron the dogs together the big ones /( ( m/ m(| A|) m Kah|| commit and the little ones are m pur^ ,.,,;,„.„„.„_ ,„, Frank Coreti [, t "'' ""'• Levin, Donald LaVigne and E. Max "Jew! Jew!" they bark. Goldstein; senior patrol leader, "The Jew lakes all our bones. ^.^ ^.e,,,;,,,,^ .„„,, [„ „, n eluThe big dogs return to the heap g ^...^ .„ k s ,, iUi|1| •,-,,,„,, ,;, Of bones while the little 1 ones concommittees of the was held Thursday, November 21, The meeting was opened with the The various Scut oath and laws. Patrol groups fourth annual dance are progresswere formed and instructions and ing in full sway and indications games followed to complete their point to a grand evening of rhythm activities, closing their meeting and romance or, in other words, with the scoutmaster benediction. I Jus* what t,u doctor ordered. Make your reservations now, only 12 days remain. tinue their pursuit of me ." He's the one who gets all our bones" They have quite forgotten the big dogs who are back at the bone pile, devouring the juiciest and biggest morsels. • I (like Mr. Ame-) like to coned to -eive as chairman of the Kmanuel and he IS anotner cwnvri[rUJ]A ai „ cc .-operative society in bill of film, stage and button to operatic ranks from tic ^.^ ^^ wj|1 |( jusl (listribu radio hea.lliners that is assured for Eastman Schooled Music ol the tln> worthy charity Sophie University of Rochester in RochesTucker is the object of much attenter, N. Y. For several years fatal week to the way of brilEmamiel was a member of the fat social functions given in her school opera department. Dorng final vears in the Eastmai Boy Scouts of America. All boys of 12 years of age or over may join by attending each Thursday at 7:.:0 p. m. in Los Angeles next Janwho was one of the featured pera benefit for Mount Sinai formers in the Los Angeles Opera for chronic Invalids, Los Company presentations in Los AnDick Powell ha. consent, geles last week. He is Nathan L'l and he is another contriThe .Men's Division he cial boa ril of directors' honor by Hollywood celebrities, ineluding Binnie Barnes, Universal "tar Benjamin Zemach, Hollywood noted Jewish ballet producrector, famed for his bal%  le wish and other themes al the world-famous Hollywood Bl >wl, i. in New York on his honeymoon and to direct the ballet for reat Biblical pageant, "Road "' Promise," which Max Rcinhardt Ing at the Manhattan Opera New York, late in Decemh,r under Meyer W. Wcisgal's management Norma Shearer, %  GM star, who adopted the Jcw1,1 faith when she married Irving Thalberg, has presented her his final years school he sang important roles in the Kilbourn Hall productions and was also in the Rochester Civic Opera Company. He made his Los Angeles debut in "Pagliacci." He Buys Tablecloths Gus Kahn signed a new longterm contract with M. G. M. as a [yrlc writer and then went to the Studio commissary for lunch, and wrote' the lyrics for a number-on a tablecloth. Kahn claims that he has had to buy more tablecloths from restaurants than any other song Writer, because he gets his (deaa at meal times and always i with a gold locket which lacks wntains strands of their two chil%  "Wrs hair and a lock of her own. (Copyright, 1935, by Seven Feature Syndicate) Arts tion Of bones for everybody. When there is a justice of bones for everybody there will be no reason to fear and hale me. I will get my just portion, McGuire will get his, HanSchmidt will have enough to eat, too, Catanzaro will have enough. There will be neither occasion nor need for me to exercise my well tried ingenuity to get what's coming to me, and I will no longer be the irritation on account of which I am now despised. I will be one of the brotherhood, sitting with Schmidt, McGuire and Catanzaro to consider ways by which to multiply bones in the world and ever more justly distribute them. My cleverness (now suspected) will be esteemed as a qual... m08 t desirable in the building „,'• the new order; particularly my inheritance of s.icial ideals will be respected in an order being built on peace and just i.e. Well do I know that my pain is The Knight Club boys are requesting your appearance at a social, to be held at L761 S. V7. Fifteenth st., Friday, '.' p. m. Admission 25c per couple. The Y. M. II. A. wishes Rabbi and Mrs. J. Washer a belated Mozel Tov with their new born son. Mr. Harry I. Upton will be guest Bpeaker next Wednesday evening, November 27th, at the "Y" meeting. All members are urged to attend. 1 a spemeeting Sunday. November 17th. Elected to carry on the work of the basketball team were Ralph Crossman and Mickey Luhol. named manager and coach respectively. ... „„ tU „ to meet at the "\ next Sunday, Recruits seeking a place on the All members who have aided in the "Y" dance program are asked basketball squad may attend practice session to be held at Flamingo November 24th, at 1 p. m. sharp, when a group photograph will be Park each Sunday at 1 p. m. The taken. not the only pain in the world, will cause some men t.. alter their that it is but a svmptom of the judgment of me, the Jew. It in social sickness, that I am not to the picket line of strikers I heard be delivered separate from the decries of "Jew!" against me who liverance of all mankind. am their employer, I must conBut a co-operative society is in sider: the distance, and though it may This is a cry against all my come in a rush tomorrow, it seems lather to be advancing on leaden feet. people. Am I not then under heavy responsibility to my people? Must I, therefore, not be more just than other employers who are not Jews? In the meantime, I, the Jew, | As one' who has this respo.ibilmust try to assuage my pain, if I it.v I cannot afford the ruthlessam merely selfish; must do my ness that is the privilege of other part to assuage the pain of my industrialists." fellowmen, if I am worthy of my And, surely, if there were no Inheritance I selfish reason for righteousness in Surely, it should help me to be | me, it is enough that I, the Jew, more just than other employers, to have inherited ideals of justice unto set such an example of justice us (Continued on Page 4)



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Friday, No vember 22, 1935 Jacksonville News Last Wednesday the membership um of Senior Hailassah was held a t the home of Mrs. Jack Rosenw hen old and new members present Mrs. Joseph Strauss ..airman of the membership tommittee, with the following as%  : Mesdames Perry Kantor, [„ stein, Sam Weiss, N. H. Shor\. Safer, Louise Witten and Klepper. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five STATEWIDE NEWS The Institute of Jewish Studies ,.,,, its sessions last week when Kuiibi M. !'• Margolis led the disn of the open forum on "The Present Status of the Jews in Germany." Courses offered are: Jew. HUtory, L. Klepper, instructor; Prophetic Books of the Bible, Jacob Becker, instructor; Modern Hebrew, Rose Soloff, instructor; Jewish Customs and Ceremonials, Rabbi Margolis, instructor. A class in elementary Yiddish will be taught. Plans for the annual Thanksgiving ball of the Daughters of Israel at the Jewish Center include novelty dance numbers and other unusual entertainment. In .if arrangements are MesSam Data and A. Selber as co-chairmen. Willie Silverman will be master of ceremonies. West Palm Beach Another important B'nai B'rith meeting will be held by the local Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146 Monday evening, .November 25th, at 8:15. The meeting will be held at the home of Mr. O. P. Gruner in Prospect Park. Three new members will be introduced at this meeting and several new applicants will be proposed. Mrs. Fannie Ryder is visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, in Atlanta, Ga., for the past two weeks. Last night the Junior Daughters of Israel held the first of its series I weekly dances at the Jewish Community Center. Plans for the month of November included a scavenger hunt, membership drive and other events. Last Friday I night the organizations presented the center with a beautiful canopy to be used in wedding ceremonies. The canopy is made of white satin, trimmed with white silk braid and gold sequins. Miss Edith Weiss, •jiit of the Juniors, delivered the presentation address, and Mr. David Moscowitz, vice-president of the center, delivered the acceptance address. Rabbi Morris D, -Margolis, assisted by the choir, cat in charge of the services and delivered a sermon on "Symbolism i the Wedding Canopy." FollowI i.ig the services the organization was host at a reception. Officers organization are: Edith president; Bessie Cohen, [first vice-president; Clara Kramer, Mcond vice-president; Pearl Rosenblatt, recording secretary; Edith Nulfson, corresponding secretary; Edith Leibovits, treasurer; Louise Dreyfuss, sergeant-at-arms, and Libby Witten, reporter. The Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering I *iety and Home for the Aged nsoring a bridge party in the Jewish Center at 3 o'clock Wednesmber 27, for the benefit [ the aid fund, to supply baskets %  %  foods to unfortunate families. The committee in charge consists Mrs. A. Iloffenberg, chairman; lars. II. Talisman, co-chairman; A. liork, Mrs. P. Puldey, Mrs. I1 Shapiro, Mrs. S. Worman and P'-s. J. I. Wilensky. Services of Temple Beth Israel (Reform) will be held tonight at the temple on Broward ave., with Dr. Carl N. Herman officiating, assisted by the Temple Beth Israel mixed choir. Services will begin at 8:15. Congregation Beth El will hold its usual Friday night services at the synagogue on Fern st. at 8:15 o'clock tonight. A meeting of Sisterhood Beth Israel was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Barer on Vincent road, Prospect Park, where important business matters of interest to the sisterhood and congregation were discussed. Refreshments were served after the games. St. Petersburg Notes Cong. B'Nai Israel—A. S. Klein, feld, rabbi, will hold services Friday night at 8 o'clock and Saturday. !i a. m. Sermon on Friday night, ••Israel's Dream." Sunday, November 24th, a social will be held with the following hostesses: Mrs. Clara Williams, Mrs. Gertrude Friedman, Mrs. B. Carroll. The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society on Thanksgiving night will present a Monte Carlo night and cafeteria supper from 5:30 until — ? The social committee consists of Mrs. Sam Shapiro. Mrs. O. Silverman. Mrs. S, Sweet, .Mrs. 11. M. Jacobs, .M, s .1. Fuchs, Mrs. Ed Kaufman. The Misses Fern Goldberg, Hazel Abrams and Revelle Jacobson attended the "Homecoming Frolics" at Gainesville, Fla. The Judaic Council held a card party on November 17th, 1985, at which the large gathering had a fine time and proved a great success. .Miss Celia Rubin was the lucky winner of a turkey. Mr. and Mrs. Kapner of New York, parents of the well known Kapner boys of Palm Beach, are now in West Palm Beach and expect to make their permanent home here. The local Young Judeans met Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Miriam Friedman on Thirteenth st. Many business matters of importance were discussed and acted upon. A social hour followed the meeting and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Plans anbeing completed for [ mnual benefit cabaret of the ITemple Sisterhood, to take place 11 9 o'clock Monday evening, De" Hi, in the Japanese Gar["of the Windsor Hotel. S. S. Goffin is chairman of cabaret and is being as' -ted by a capable committee, icketa at a nominal price may obtained from any member of mmittee. Those desiring reactions are requested to call Miss ] ay llal, e as soon as possible. November meeting of the Hadassah Chapter was held : Week in the Jewish Center with B en Stein presiding. The ra, Prayer was offered by Mrs. Jac Rosenberg. The membership chairman, Mrs. Joseph Strauss, reported 17 new members. Mrs. L. S. Joel, chairman of the penny luncheon fund, reported her committee held a cake sale, from which a substantial sum was raised. Projects to be held in the future are a spaghetti supper, to be given in the evening some time during January, another cake sale and a bridge tournament. Mrs. Sam Weiss, conference chairman in charge of the regional convention of Senior and Junior Hadassah chapters, to be held in Jacksonville February 8th and 9,th, stated that no definite plans could be made until after the national convention in Cleveland, which will take place on November 28th. Hadassah Sabbath services will be dedicated December 13th by Rabbi I. L. Kaplan and the following Friday night, December 20th, in the Center by Rabbi M. D. Margolis. Mrs. Joseph Strauss spoke briefly on the work of Hadassah and the importance of Jewish women becoming affiliated with this organization. Following the meeting and program a social hour was enjoyed with Mrs. Nat Cohen, Mrs. Perry Kantor and Mrs. D. H. Lasarow serving tea and cakes. Flection of new officers of Congregation B'nai Israel was held recently. The following were named. Mr. H. M. Jacobs, president; Dave Loebel, vice-president; Mrs. May Benjamin, secretary; Mr. J. Fuchs, treasurer. Trustees: Mr. A. Sierkese, Mr. E. Goldman, Mr. S. Fyvolent, Mr. M. Davis and Mr. F. Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuchs entertained at dinner last Sunday in honor of the following friends: Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Jaffe, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon of Tampa, Mr. A. Rosen, who returned from Koumania, where he visited a number of his relatives. Daytona Beach Notes Tampa Notes Mi.-s Evelyn Scadron, whose engagement to David I.. Hutkin of New Orleans was recently announced, was the guest of honor at an elaborate bridge party Wednesday evening at the Hillsboro Hotel, of Miss Ruth Finman, Miss Elizabeth Kirchick, Mrs. Larry Waltzer and Mrs. H. R. Bornstein. A green and white motif was carried out in the party arrangements. White chrysanthemums were placed at vantage points in the mezzanine floor where the tables for play were placed. The tallies and refreshments further accentuate this motif. Miss Kirchick wore a ginger colored crepe. It was made along sport lines and had the fullness accented by pleats in the front. Her belt was of natural color leather, as were the buttons that adorned the front of the bodice. Mrs. Bornstein wore a Patou model of black crepe. The only trimming was two white ermine pom-pons at the neckline. The skirt was made along slim lines. Miss Finman chose a semi-formal model of slate blue crepe, the skirt being the outstanding feature of the dress. The bodice had the high corded neckline and her dress was belted with self material. Mrs. Waltzer wore a tunic frock of green crepe and uncut velvet. The jacket of velvet had a large collar of white velvet, which was caught in front with an old gold buckle. The hostesses and honor guest wore corsages of talisman roses. Miss Scadron, the guest of honor, wore a military model fashioned of black matellase crepe. The bodice was fastened in front with self material frogs and an emerald green velvet tie. Her accessories were in black. Over 8.'( guests were present. Orlando Notes Mr. Nat Herman is chairman of a Red Cross committee for the 1935 roll call and Mr. Jimmie Becker is on the same committee in the business district. Mr. Wolfe of Wauchula. accompanied by his brother and Mr. Eddie Safer, were visitors in Orlando last week for the naming of Mr. Wolfe's infant daughter. Rabbi B. Safer officiated at Ohev Sholem Synagogue. The B'nai B'rith dance held last week in the vestry rooms of the synagogue was successful. A largo crowd enjoyed the evening. A buffet supper was served at midnight. Ben Katz and Jimmie Becker were masters of ceremonies. Committee in charge consisted of Jimmie Becker, Mickey Safer and Morris LaBellman. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Ohev Sholem is sponsoring a safeteria supper and carnival Wednesday night in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. All Orlando sympathizes deeply with Mrs. Sam Zegorian in the recent loss of her father. Miss Frances Segal returned today from a visit in New York. The delegation from Orlando that attended the formal installation of the B'nai B'rith lodge in Tampa last Thursday night were: M. M. Segal, Judge lly Roth, Harry Kanner, M. Braverman, Hyman Roth, Morris LaBellman and B. J. Cohen. Judge Roth, chairman of this district and anti-defamation work, delivered an address on B'nai B'rith anti-defamation work in this country and abroad. Mrs. M. Friedman and son of St. Augustine are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Safer and family. Mrs. Joe Moss of Sanford was guest of honor recently when her sister. Miss Mollie Stein, entertained at her home on Second ave. Cards were played and a buffet supper served. Guests included Miss Marian Rutberg. Mrs. Simon Reed, Mrs. Sylvia Wasserman and Mrs. Joseph Rutberg. The fourth meeting of the leaders' course sponsored by the recreation department, Y. W. C. A. and Girl Scouts, was held Wednesday evening. Rabbi David L. Zielonka of Temple Schaarai Zedek spoke on "Value and Objectives of Leadership." The program included singing, dramatics and games. Sisterhood of Temple Israel conducted its first card party of the season Wednesday night, November 20th. The Progressive Club met Friday night, November 22nd, at the home of Miss Elizabeth Grus, First ave. A debate, "Is Marriage Preferable to a Career?" was the principal topic for discussion. Miss Mollie Stein and Miss Clara Saffer defended the affirmative and their opponents were Miss Esta Saffer and Miss Grus. Irving Sacks of Connecticut arrived this week for the season and is now visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Grus, First ave. Miss Ruth Epstein and Miss Nelson plan to spend the ThanksArthur Boring of Plant City, state commander of the American Legion, gave an inspiring talk on "Peace" at the monthly meeting of the Tampa section, National Council of Jewish Women, Wednesday, November 13th, at 3 p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. building. Mr. Boring was introduced by Mrs. M. Uman, legislative chairman, who reported on legislation in which the national council is interested. Mr. Leo Gottsegen won the trip to Cuba. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise will speak in the municipal auditorium January Kith. New members joining at this meeting were Mesdames William The 101 Club is giving a benefit bridge on November 27th at the synagogue. Miss Dorothy Baker will leave for Gainesville to attend the fall frolics at the University of Florida. Mrs. L. Goldberg and her son, Lorry, of Jacksonville were the guests of Rabbi and Mrs. Safer during the past week. (Continued on Page 6) l!a>s, Joe Steen and O. Marcus. Miss Ray Birnback, corresponding secretary of the Junior Council, gave a report on the work done by their group. giving week-end in Miami. A. Djmal and his family arrived for the season. He plans to open his linen shop on Beach st. in a new Ralph Green store. Miss Estelle Djmal remained in New York. Miss Josephine Waterman, brideelect, was guest of honor recently at a luncheon and bridge party given by Mrs. Sol Jacobs at her home, 814 South Willow ave. Luncheon was served at small tables placed about the rooms and each table was centered with a small vase of white chrysanthemums. Dainty white baskets, decorated with a wedding bell, were filled with green and white mints. Mrs. Joe Waterman received a prize for the lucky cut. A shower of handkerchiefs was given the honor guest. There were 23 invited guests. Y. M. H. A. NEWS The Junior basketball team is practicing consistently under the direction of Coach Everett Wayne and is preparing for a season of activity. Miss Mollie Stein was one of the principal speakers at the annual banquet recently of the Y. W. C. A. A Thanksgiving Eve revue is being arranged to be given by stu(Continued on Page 6)


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wJewisli Floridian combining THE JEWISH UNITY QRIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NO\ L.MBKK 22. I <(:.-, |jewish News Around the World Price Five CVnts %  Jewish Physicians Credited With TRevolutionarj Medical Discovery N v, I A NS) A discovery I medical world believes I mil %  the entire field | | of brain tumors and I. anda of lives a year I ible early diagnosis |. a joint meeting of Neurological I New York Academy 11 ion of neurology by Dr. Charles A. I i ry is the perfe •chnic by which the brain tumors, their i m can be deterxperiments on the of smell. Starling I \ Ige that brain 1 on the olfactory I i nough to affect \ ill, I )r. Elsberg dt I nn thod of determining a I il men! fur .-mell i him i" compare the |: with the abnormal and BUDAlthough previous inve |' have been baffled by the i nse of smell not fcnly varies widely with the indif but is conditioned by vap live and external cir%  I ir. Elsberg perfecte I k called the "miniinm identified odor," which establishes a < tant sense of smell for f • used. B'nai B'rith Head To Speak Here a (WNS) Following nent of George (inward Philadelphia manager of the | icultural Society, the t ided t<> close its off the end of this year. lis (WNS)-Rabbi A.1MtG. Minda of Temple Israel has to the faculty of the I iol for Teachers, I red by the Minneapolis %  ncil of Churches. I Atlantic City (WNS)—In honor Hayor Many Bacharach I' %  • famous resort city lias named %  • new thoroughfares BachI % %  Hi ,ard. WNS) -Through a gift pni Uuia Florsheim the Michael "<-<• Hospital is to get a twoPr library and laboratory build1 '->'"". Mass. (WNS)—Temple | observing the tenth an[ of its founding. [Ottawa (WNS)—Mrs. Archibald pmian, president of the Canadian Pdassah, was chairman of the Ot'' p 0PPy day campaign. tteburgh (WNS)—The Pittsv M. II. A. will celebrate !" th anniversary on DecemK 1st I*>any, x. y. (WNS)—The Tifh fcrael Institute has broken i i 1 for a new Hebrew school uding. Abe Shefferman, prominent "A of U as hingtoi D. C, and presidi Grand I No. 5, B'nai B'rith, will tour PlorIda in the interests of the o nation during December. He will speak in Jacksonville on Deci 9th, in Tampa on Dec-ember 10th, in Miami on Di [lth, Wi Pi BI ach on December 12th and conclude the tour in Jacksonville on December 15th. Plans for a gala ime and ctings in each ui' th< visited are of the individual lodges and by Mr. Sam A. Goldstein, repri sentative of la 'MI the gen ral %  Full details of all meeting will appear in our next i The Rabbi Speaks We present as the guest editor of this column for this week Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach, Anti-Jewish Strictly Plot Alleged Confidential Synagogue Names New Officers A special meeting of the cut ire membership of the Miami J Orthodox Congregation was held last Sunday night. Following a brief report of the last year's activities the following officera were elected for the coming year: President, Mr. Joseph Green berg; first vice-president, Nathan Adclman; second vice-president, II. M. Drevuli; treasurer, Max Mintzei ; retary, J. L. Shochet; financial secretary, Louia Buegeleisen. Mem bera of the board of directora include the officera and Messrs. Max Rappaport, Milton Wein< r, I'. Berkowitz, E. A. Pallott, I. R marten. L. Richie, Max Weinberger, H. Hirshfield, 1!. Chertkoff, Nat Blumberg and Louia Silverman. Mr. Max Rappaport was elected honorary president. The next meeting of the hoard of directora will be held at the Synagogue Monday, November 26th, at 8:30 p. m. Officera will be formally installed at a banquet the first Sunday in January, full details of which will be announced in an early issue. New York Kosher Butchers Strike New York (WNS) —New York's Orthodox .lews will have to forego meat for a while and content themselves with poultry, fish or dairy products as a result of a strike of 5,000 members of the Federation of Kosher Butchers of Greater New York. The strike was called as a protest against high meat prices and will continue until the price levels come down. The shutdown Of the kosher butcher shops Climaxed long negotiations with the packers, who have refused to reduce prices. Meanwhile the Hebrew Butcher Worker.-' I'nion was planning a strike of its members employed in kosher chain meat stores and markets. The union charges violation of collective agreements and discrimination against its members. at deal of joy that I for The lewi-1: I i offers init; i uss with that or unit probll :. I to dwell on tie Jew: a life v. nee and which for the betterment and our 1. i ine of t he ni"-1 important problems ithe one of Jewish religiou education, the most sacred Jewish activity. For. of what avail will our efforts and work be if our youth, probably more than ninety per cent thereof, is entirely ignorant of Jewish knowledge and know nothing of our va I Bai red treasure. In our community, where there are close to two thousand Jewish children, we find only about one handled and fifty or so attending Hebrew school and not many more attending our Sunday ehools. Without an intelligent and educated youth the battle for Judaism is lost, for what other hope have i keep our young ones within the ranks of Israel, loyal and true, in the days to come? The religious factor in Jewish education is the strongest of all motivethat make for moral strength, self-control, character. It la, therefore, the duty of every Jewish lather and mother to understand at least the aim of Jewish religiouB education, which is the consecration of the Jewish child to Judaism, and his preparation for a life of beneficence for Israel and humanity. When we, the fatherand mothers in Israel, will clearly understand the purpose of our Hebrew schools, in training our children, then will we realize that religious education is the only terra firma upon which the charai ter and Jewish consciousness Of our youth can be strongly built. A clear understanding by all Jewish parentof the foundation and aim of Jewish religious education is the greatest need of the hour. HOW about it. fatherand mothers'.' :„„,„ m ',' "WELFARE BUREAU TO MEET The annual meeting of the | Newish Welfare Bureau for the | 1 election of officers for the com= I ing year will he held at Kaplan I I Mall next Wednesday evening, | November 27th, at 8 o'clock. A § detailed report of the work of § 1 the organisation will be given | I by Mrs. Sadye G. Hose, execuI I live secretary of the bureau. | I Mr. J. Gerald Lewis, president | 1 of the organization, will pre| I sent his annual report. An ur| | genl appeal is made to all | I Greater Miami Jewry lo attend. | 7, i i ""' Hollywood (WNS) The greatest anti-Jewish crusade in the history of America habeen launched "ii a nation-wide scale in Lo \ n '-teles under the direction of the American Nationalist party, a consolidation of the Jew-bailing Silver Shirts, the moribund Ku Klux K Ian a nd the Nazi-famed Fi tends if : he New Germany, it is cl i in a by Jamea ent in the November 0th isHollywood Life. Vccon to article, 1 Jew -bait-1' is Ingram 11 bail %  ulist party, which maintains hcad10 A fourth st., At .Mr i -sorts that the party "has already distributed sev ral million pieci Inflammatory anti-Jewish literature and has called for a boycott of till Jewish-owned businesses until December L'l-t." and that on January 1st it intendto begin "window-marking of Jewish merchants as practiced in Germany." A< cording to Mr. Sargent, the party claims a meembership of 150,000 in Southern California, is organized on a semi-military basis for mobilization in case of call for mass action and is so well financed that it has at it-' disposal more than 1,000 automobiles for the distribution of literature and the transportation of members. The article also asserts that "there is a movement on foot to discredit certain Jewish picture executives with the intent of beating down the price in a sale of a largi major studio to an immense communications combine who are not content with a share of the take. but want to be in on the production profits as well There will be Bttempta to start pogrom.and intense anti-Semitic action against I the Jewish picture executives with detailed false accounts of moral offenses against Gentile girls. Other crimes, both legal and moral, will be charged by the Instigators of the crusade to incite anti-Jewish feeling to the highest pitch. Hollywood Life has learned this antiSemitic organization is being helped in its financing by certain members of the industry. There are a number of stars and featured players of the various studios who are out to get their bosses by this meanof aiding a group circulating anti-Jewish propaganda and feeding." Mr. Sargent also cites the "proclamation" circulated throughout the country, but especially on the Pacific coast and in New England, by the American Nationalist party; reveals that Hughes is the author of two anti-Semitic hooks, one of which was published by the Aryan Book Store in Los Angeles, an affiliate of the Friends of New Germany; charges that one Henry Allen, who was arrested for posting the lurid anti-Semitic "proclamation," is a former active member of the Silver Shirts, and that most of the distributors of the party's literature are members of the Friends of the New Germany. W e're Telling ^ ou The People'a Press, of which James Waterman Wise is one of the editors, is not so hot ... It is trying to become a large circulation tabloid and at the same time maintain an aggressive people's point of v iew So far the combination hasn't, worked out There's a definite lack of vitality and talenl Harry lloi-hfield, cartoonist, columnist and entertainer, has been signed up by Joe Brainin for a regular Seven Arts feature Bero, who basn'; i n paid bj any communal !' %  -. la doing n ire Jewish communal work th in n it of i he high priced prola the field His latest achievemenl reconstruction of the Schiff .Memorial Fountain in New York City Don't be urpi I ed if the JDC will Boon officially sponsor the Biro-Bidjan project JDC leaders ha\ e coniced themselves of the real posibiliticthis Far East territory holds for Russian and foreign Jew -. Personalia Justice Louis D. Brandeia gives half his -alary to the American Economic Committee for Tab -tine Although he doesn't attend the committee's meetings, he keeps in such close touch with its work that members who are remi.-s in attendance or achievement are indirectly advised of his displeasure Ellen Lehman, niece of Governor Lehman, is going places with Dick Ne.-bit Among the notabll II the New York relief rolls is Mrs. Emma Swift Hammerstein, widow of the great Oscar Hammerstein Edna Ferber is one of the few literary lights who neither smokes nor drinks Financing a getrich-quick invention of one of his friends has cost cartoonist Kube Goldberg a young fortune He's considering a financial comeback via a comedy act on the radio Mayor I.-, Cuardia of New York probably lost some votes when he -ent a letter to the Beth David Hospital's annual banquet saying ••I love the Beth David Hospital" and wrote it on the stationery of Mount Sinai Hospital, where he's recovering from an attack of arthritis. I.andsleit The only country in the world ruled by a Jew is the Republic of Paraguay, whose president, Eusebio Ayala, is of French-Jewish extraction The late ltaron Manj fred von Kiohthofen, Germany's greatest wartime ace, was part I Jewish As commander of the reich flying squadrons Richthofen'a second in command was Hermann Goering, now Hitler's chief lieutenant Robert Winterstein, new minister of justice in Austria, is a baptized Jew The 20-yearold girl who recently became the wife of the 00-year-old monkey I gland expert, Dr. Serge Yoronoff, is a niece of -Mine. Magda I.upescu, red-haired paramour of King Carol of Koumania.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Frida y, Novembers)., m Rabia ^tjnagog -Section EdiUd bj RABBI S. M MACHTEI Foaniar and Diraetar, Baaio Srnacac a* Aaariaa SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, rLOK IDA SERMON DELIVERED ON SI NDAY, NOVEMBER 17. UQ Miami, Florida, November loth, 1986. The Jewish Floridian, Miami. Florida. Gentlemen: tries for leadership in intramurals, each encourages its members to seek honors on the campus. We are proud to say that during the Jewish High Holidays religious In your issue of Friday, Novemservices were :x "The Modern Sodom" Scripture Reading, Genesis, Chapter Will. Verses 20-22, and Chapter MX. Verses 1-7. Inclusive The cities morrah hawserved literature well as exam] ,,f the law of retribution. • wag. s of sin is death. A child, who may know of no other proof cause one child, in spite of the faEpsilon I'hi to have the parents oi ber 1st, 1985, there appeared an rial entitled "Fiats Shall They Continue?" challenging the right to existence of two Jewish fraternities at the University of Florida The alumni of Tan Epsineously referred to as Tail Alpha Phi in your article I t the challeiiWould you condemn an entire synagogue because it contained a erring ones? Would you casof ten children beby the Miami Alumni ( lub oi rail held at our fraterhoiise by members of our group. Some of us have personally seen members of our fraternity now attending the university repeating their religious prayers daily. Hut. most important of all, we proudly say that we teach our the li ssons of brotherind devotion, of which your article .-peaks. Even before your article ap:. plans had been formulated ties of justice that I cannot es cape. These duties I must perf orin until the millenium of a co-o Pera live society, a more just and i OT ly world even though mv djvi dends are reduced. Closed Saturdays Phone 2-21.3] DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST Offi,. Hi 9:00 A. M. lo .",:(,!, ,. „ 1741 N. W. 86th St, Miami, pu truth, knows I e cities of Sodom and Gamorrah, ther's host efforts, became a wayAdman and '/. %  I of their wicked inhabitants. But, for corward one? Why, then, should you rective pui to know that one wh dated indict entire fraternities because a law has tial, in orde thers, that of what one. two or three mem they .re ol ects upon the victim, and may say or do, who may have forthe motive of 1 E se, how may we ; i n that we, ourgotten the teachings of fraternallead us to ileism? Your article says that the alumni of the Jewish fraternities at the of Florida "are deriding one another, describing members of the rival fraternity as men devoid of decency and lacking !it. r ." Tau Epsilon Phi is happy to name among its members aluch active alumni as Joe Schwartz. Rosenfeld, Aaron M. Kanner, Joseph I. Davis, iiuFeuer, Albert Dubbin, Harry Kaplan. Dr. Irving Gordon. Joseph Shapiro, Samuel Kanner. Herman Goldberg, Samuel J. Heiman. Morris Solomon, Sam Dock. Herbert Hodes, Nathan Dubler, Abe Furman, Frank Williamson. Clarence Feuer. Irving Furman and the writer. We are willing to submit to the community at large whether such representative Jewish men. as a group, or as individuals, are the type who should be charged with instilling hate among Jewish hoys, and with unAmerican and un-Jewish practices. as contained in your article. ida should continue. It is but proper, therefore, that we point to il a few of the benefits and adderived from being a member. Rivalry does and should exist. Each fraternity maintains a fraternity house to accommodate nly Jewish boys. Each fraternity Strives to exec-: in scholarship, each : in similar activities, which wil So it is that 1 mindful of the i warning the tes of the atrocities committed rihabitai it -. that, i ing warned, we may avoid the :.and the din To n int all the si ... lant and would serve no greater it a few of the -ins. Greed was the use, It led to murder, to the perversion of justice, to pei • theft and chi ise less f mankind. Since greed was the dominant trait, the laws of I Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz, h, and wcitcalculated to do injury to the poor. Sidney Segall, I'!'. Leo Kupper, Dr. 1 % %  • itable, so mu ey flooded the high-) Edward Roth, Sheldon Dubler, Al treams f wa that the roads to their city were oblituld find their way thither. An oft-n peal I %  xample of their tr< ii t strange rs is given in the story which their common lodging house. Th< beds were size. The stranger, who wandered into the city, long, h Wt re cut off to make him conform to the bed; if h( m n rt, his limbs were stretched until Anyone found harboring a stranger or giving him : | .::. -:.• :. That's why Lot was called to account he enl eared in human form. A girl who was aught to a starving stranger was tried The po child was stripped naked, smeaivd exposed n • ees aid be attract er. The inse ts stung he r to death. m their methods of robbery. When they made %  Is 1 t theft, l I rst ask their victim to ey which they had first %  to the \ ie Tl %  :eak into dment b\ the smell of the %  far from the ties commit'.' I era licated from human til imanities, the the Sodomites. The '• %  ~ %  i of Sodom and G morrah to heart. In : %  than the y we re in ancient it, 1 campls of S edom at its Son .;;.-. have not yet bi the iuty of an i I -"• mily is n -.ly by these anon.;. these I f anima human race from the depths to the %  ••• enligl tenment, from darkta les; th -lipped back a rung or two on the la But, in has been n ade. This earth IS ago. There is %  tanding, of inside rati en, one f r Because of the s of the back] it the fore ground, ... : iin the aspect of civilizalay. Keen though tl nated Sodomite ire rare, nevert] to us. Their i • injurious to our is 1 Youth thinkess in th. When to such influences; when it li means than by ids; when its -. is draw:, to 1 that wealth can the truth. win respect for its of the manner in t the acqu sition was ith is tempf ite the unwl example of a "gel h-quick" scheme. It > up • ine and mature men and women to guide vouth> path in life, nd idolizing the • high priests, the hoarders ol g ... Teach your e "'ld ter is the true n of We rth. If the men of n greedy they would n crimewith v. re charged. Please do not have the erro%  who have wealth are the fa God; that they have | e rich because G : wanted them to A member of a committee, soliciting funds for a charitable o ached a wealthy man and asked him for a donatio' making n the volunteer said, "You realize, sir, that God permits o much money, only in trust. You should distribute poroi your wealth to the poor and needy. You are merely an of God, i ibursing agent." The rich man. who" wavery miserly, refused to help the worthy cause. To combat the argument oi the committeeman, he re]. lied. "If God doesn't like the way I'm handling His money, why doesn't He take it away from me?"" The volunteer smiled and -aid. "Permit me to ask you this: If vou should, drop a penny into a muddy gutter, would you stoop down to'pick it up out ol tingutter?" "No," came the immediate reply, "I wouldn't soil my hands picking a penny out of the gutter, when I have so much Reaching for his hat, the solicitor rose and said, "Neither would God Good day." The people of Sodom and Gomorrah had their wealth, hut it did < h( m I 01 the day of reckoning. Ill-gotten gains need not excite you to envy. Individuals and nations who trample principles under I toot in themad rush for wealth and power; who crush human life when It crosses their paths in the mail rush for more and more; who di the happiness of others in their scramble for gold; who violate the I traditionof generations of honest men and women; who bl nun from their homes that they may roh them in their absence' who :.-an! the opinions of just and righteous people; these—• ern people of Sodom—who distort and pervert laws and judicia tems; who brazenly flaunt their outrages in the. whole world; they have not learned the lesson; because the day of final our members and pledgees attend inhering during the FloridaAubUl %  %  game here. We take :i-.is opportunity of publicly inviting them to accept our invitaand when they late for publication in our last week's issue. We do not believe the excellency of character of the gentlemen who are alumni of a frat disprove any charges in the least. The information upon which we based our edi' lorial is such that we could not I di-regard the same. We hope that the abuses complained of have been stopped as a result of our editroial. Save Time, Miles and Money USE Short Straight Way to Miami H t ( L Hy Ihr VENETIAN CAUSEWAY MIAMI BRIDGE COMPANY AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, P res 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE Plain Talk (Continued from Page 3) all men. I am not faithful to my i'ou ask whether the Jewish frainheritance as a Jew if, by reason ternities at the University of Florof my injustice, men are afflicted. It is not excuse enough for me that many others who are not Jews and who are more powerful than I have no justice. Their workers eat the crust of poverty; they fester in hovels. I am the Jew and have great dureckoning has been temporarily postponed, they believe that they have 1 it. There is one particularly flagrant example of Sodom across the That land is rapidly hastening the approach of its own upheavel. Sodom could not be destroyed until Lot and his family had left the city. That land is banishing the kinsmen of Lot. When the last Jewwill have turned his back upon that accursed persecutor, and will have shaken the elust of that place from his shoes, the fate of Sodom will befall it. When the land will have purged itself of the impurities, it will again be established upon firm foundation, for, so the rabbis teil us: The inhabitants of Sodom and Gomorrah hail forfeited life, but the cities will be re-established in the Messianic Fra. CARBONS—RIBBONS BURTON BRAND World's Best C. BURTON CRAIG CO. 408 Fla. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 2-4238 Miami. Fla. White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50e LADIES* HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 140 N. E. 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