The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
.No. IK
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOYKMBKR 2!t. lit.!:.
Price Five Cent*
jwish News
Around the
World
h.i-h War Veterans to Honor
Members of Jewish All-
Vmerican Eleven
SeW York (WNS)Gold foot-
Li will ,"' awarded by the Jew-
l,h War Veterans of the United
L.all.< to the members of the offi-
1935 Jewish Ail-American
football team to be selected by
in Kupcii sports editor of the
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, in
lo-operati"" with the sports ed-
itors of the Anglo-Jewish publica-
tions affiliated with the syndicate,
j: was announced here by Lt. Ab-
raham Kraditor, U. S. N. R., com-
|m)der-in-chief of the Jewish War
Ktterans. Players selected for the
: and third Jewish All-Amer-
I teams will receive engraved
Jrertificati s. The presentation of
I jold footballs and the certifi-
l.-.. will be some time during Cha-
Irukah jointly by posts of the Jew-
I. |Vai Veterans and Seven Arts
I ,1 papers in the cities closest
I colleges on which the Jew-
ish AU-Americans played during
season.
Noted Leader B'nai B'rith to
Dies Suddenly Welcome Leaders
Y. M. H. A. Annual Welfare Bureau
Ball Wednesday Names Officers
[Wpin Stores Not Necessary Any
Longer
.Mr. I. Gordeeff, the Torgsin rep-
I itive in the United States,
pnnuuni-nl last week that in view
lofthc decree of the Council of Peo-
I; Commissars of the U. S. S. R.
brfcring the liquidation of the
(Torgsin stores, instructions have
km forwarded to banks, steamship
agencies and other organizations
Bundling Torgsin orders not to ac-
leept orders for remittance to the
ll". S. S. R. after November 20th,
JlM5. Torgsin stores in the Soviet
[Union will execute all orders which
[reach the recipients by December
[loth, but the latter will have until
[February 1st, 11)36, to make their
[purchases. On that date the Torg-
[sin organization, which sells only
[for foreign currency, will be dis-
solved and its stores and stocks
turned over to the regular state
[trading apparatus, under the su-
[pwvisioi, of the commissariat for
Internal trade.
Arrangements are being worked
[out whereby in the future remit-
[unces to the U. S. S. R. will be
iMndled in a manner similar to
New York (WNS) His health
undermined by the terrific strain
of his public duties and by the
flood of extra-official functions he
had been attending by virtue of
the Office he held, Bernard s.
DeiltSCh, president of the New
York City board Of aldermen and
president of the American Jewish
Congress from 1929 to 1935, died
BUddenly at his home here at the
age of 51.
Funeral services for Mr. Deutsch
Were held at Temple Emanu-El
last Sunday morning, with Dr.
Stephen S. Wise presiding. A me-
morial service will be held on De-
cember 1 at the Free Synagogue
under the joint auspices of the
American Jewish Congress and the
Free Synagogue, of which Mr.
Deutsch was an active member.
Born in Baltimore September 25,
1884, Deutsch was educated in the
public schools of New York, the
College of the City of New York
and New York Law School. Ad-
mitted to the bar in 1905, he quick-
ly attained a distinguished reputa-
tion. In 1923 Governor Smith ap-
pointed him to the New York State
Municipal Court Commission. Five
years later Deutsch was named to
the executive committee on char-
acter and fitness of the first judi-
cial department.
After making a notable record
as president of the Bronx County
Bar Association and vice-president
of the New York County Lawyers'
Association, Deutsch, together
with Charles Kvans Hughes, Henry
W. Taft and Samuel Seabury, man-
aged and supervised the investiga-
tion of ambulance chasing lawyers
in New York. Deutsch was final-
ly nominated for president of the
board of aldermen, which is equiv-
alent to vice-mayor. He was elect-
ed and carried the whole Fusion
ticket into office with him.
Deutsch first became a factor in
Jewish affairs in 1929, when he
succeeded Dr. Stephen S. VV.se as
president of the American Jewish
Congress. He was re-elected to
that office six times and resigned
early this year.
What promises to be one of the ,
outstanding events of the current
season will be the banquet and
dance to be given by the local B'nai
B'rith lodge Wednesday evening,
December 11th, at Evans Hotel,
Miami Beach, to welcome District
Grand Lodge officers of District
No. 5, Mr. Abe Shefferman, presi-
dent, and Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs,
vice-president. The officers will
arrive in Miami as part of a state-
wide tour of Florida to acquaint
members of the B'nai B'rith and'
Jewry of Florida with the work of
B'nai B'rith at the present time.
Reservations may be made with
Mr. Isaac Levin, president, who is
chairman of the arrangements com.
mittee, or with Mr. Elry Stone and
Mr. .Nathan Adelman, members of
the committee. Charges will be
only $1.25 per plate. A program of
entertainment will be presented
during the evening with Congress-
man J. Mark Wilcox as one of the
mam speakers of the evening.
Concluding weeks of intensive
work, members of the committee
arranging for the fourth annual
dance of the Young Men's Hebrew
Association, under the leadership
Of E. Albert Pallott, general chair-
man, and Boris Schlachman. direr-
tor, met Wednesday night at the
"Y." The affair will be held at
the Miami Beach Golf and Country
Club and will begin at '.< p. m. next
Wednesday. December 4th. In ad-
dition to the dancing, which will
be to music provided by Walter
Witko's well known band, enter-
tainers from all night clubs in the
Greater Miami area and other well
known guest artists will be on
hand to provide entertainment
from the beginning of the event
until the early hours of the morn-
ing. What is the largest souvenir
program in the history of local or-
ganizations has been printed by
the program committee as a me-
mento of the occasion and will be
distributed to the guests.
In a statement issued yesterday
Messrs. I'allott and Schlachman,
that
rning the sending of
I rs to other countries.
I'unior Council
Observes Sabbath
I Junior Council Sabbath will be
I I tonight at Beth David
[Synagogue. Kabbi Shapiro will
Preach a brief sermon on "Amer-
I Thanksgiving ... in What
Miss Fay Oster is chair-
pan of the committee who will
I ipate. Others are Dorothy
I an, Sylvia Ritter, Mrs. Syl-
. hertkoff, Ida Fngler, Mrs.
Vartrdde |.(.al. M,.s H Wetnikoff.
lUers
for the evening are: Shir-
. allach, Norma Wernikoff,
Casanoff and Rosalyn Klein.
Council Asks Aid
For Christians
New York (N. C. J. ^-As-
serting that "almost nothing" has
.been done for Christian refugees
"from Germany, the executive com-
mittee of the Federal Council of
Churches today adopted a resolu-
tion endorsing the work of the
American Christian Committee for
German Refugees.
"Having heard from representa-
tives of the American Christian
Committee for German Refugee.
t it. WOrk on behalf of thousands
of Christian victims of the intol-
erance of National Socialism, the
t,a | ..,u,, executive
resolution said, the execu
committee Of the Federal CoUncH
()f the Churches of Christ w
America records its deep concern
ovTthe plight of these brethren
"45 IS- Council's executive
committee commends this under-
taking to the churches.
"ORT" Sets
U. S. Quota
New York (WNS)New York
State, with a quota of $200,000,
heads the list of quotas announced
this week for the $500,000 Amer-
ican ORT campaign by David A.
Brown, national chairman of the
fund-raising effort. Other quotas
are: Pennsylvania, $00,000; Illi-
nois, $50,000; Canada, $,'{0,000;
Massachusetts, Ohio and New Jer-
say, $25,000 each; California, $20,-
000; Connecticut, Maryland, Michi-
gan and Missouri, $21,500 each.
Quotas for other states go as low
as $1,000, the figure set for Ari-
zona. Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico,
North Dakota and Wyoming. Other
quotas announced are: Minnesota
and Texas. $7,500 each; Florida,
Georgia, Virginia and Wisconsin,
$5,000 each; Indiana. Kentucky,
Oregon, Rhode Island and Tennes-
see, $4,000 each; South Carolina
and Washington, $3,500 each; Col-
orado. District of Columbia, Iowa,
Louisiana and Nebraska, $8,000
each; Alabama, Montana, Oklaho-
ma and West Virginia, $2,500
each; Arkansas, $2,000; Delaware.
Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, North
Carolina, Utah and Vermont,
$1,500 each, and New Hampshire,
$1,250.
"The quotas," said Mr. Brown in
a statement accompanying the list,
were determined on a proportion-
al population basis plus the eco-
nomic status of each state. Thus
New York is down for $200,000 of
the 500.000 necessary for the
maintenance of the 202 trade
jchools and agricultural colonies
ot the ,,KT in Poland, France,
Russia. Latvia, Lithuania and Rou-
mania. The ORT drive was offi-
cially launched last week at an
.,,, dav conference of the North
Atlantic seaboard section in New
York City, which was attended by
1 i -JOO persons, representing all
phageg of Jewish life and thought
; in the area.
The annual meeting of the Jcw-
ish Welfare Bureau last Wednes-
day night at Kaplan Hall of Tem-
ple Israel heard reports of .1. Ger-
ald Lewis, retiring president; Mrs.
Sadye G. Rose, executive secre-
tary, and Louis R. Roth, auditor.
A definite sum will be set aside
annually to provide a revolving
free loan fund for needy and de-
serving cases, according to a res-
olution adopted. Mr. It. R. Adler
was named chairman of the annual
"Night of Stars" benefit, with Mr.
Jack Lear directing publicity. The
Welfare Bureau will take care of
worthy transients, according to a
resolution adopted directing the ex-
ecutive board to devise means for
providing this relief. The annual
drive for members and funds will
be in charge of a committee rep-
resenting the local B'nai B'rith
lodge, who offered its services. Re-
ports of the nominating committee
were unanimously adopted and the
following were elected: Stanley C.
Myers, president; Mark Max, first
vice-president; R. R. Adler, sec-
ond vice-president; Baron de
on behalf of the entire committee>,, irst.h M(.V(,1. Sl.,1.l.tal.y. ,.. Krank
said: "We appreciate the spirit of
co-operation shown by Miamians,
both Jews and non-Jews, as evi-
denced by their help in aiding our
program. However, the real suc-
cess of our weeks of effort lies in
every Jew of this area and our
non-Jewish friends being present
next Wednesday night at our
dance. Whether or not we are able
to begin the realization of our
hopes, the building of a Y. M. H.
A. community building lies entire-
ly in the hands of the general pub-
lic. If our friends and public spir-
ited citizens realize the dire neces-
sity of providing a building where
the Jewish youth and adult may be
properly taken care of, then ihe
Coret, treasurer, and Isaac Levin,
assistant treasurer. Members of
the board of directors include N.
Adelman, A. Kurman, A. Arono-
vitz, L. Ackerman, Sam Blank, J.
Becker, A. Berel, L. Barr, H. Bul-
bin, M. Cromer, H. U. Feibelman,
man, M. Hoffman, H. E. Kleiman,
Max Kupferstein, H. Landfield, II.
I. Lipton, H. I. Magid, Paul Marks,
H. Harkowitz, M. L. Marcus. I..
Weinkle, M. Orovitz, Elry Stone.
M. Rauzin, Morris Rubin, D. Slann,
Joseph Ginsburg and Manuel Rip-
pa. Resolutions of thanks to .1.
(ierald Lewis, retiring president,
and Mrs. Sadye G. Rose were
adopted. Mr. Stanley C. Myers,
the new president, has been an ac-
attendance next Wednesday night Uve worker in the Welfare Bureau
at our dance will mark the begin-
ning of the culmination of our
hopes. We appeal to all to help us
gain this goal."
Protestants Urge
Game Withdrawal
for a number of years, having
served as secretary, vice-president
and chairman of numerous com-
mittees. He is also a past presi-
dent of Beth David Synagogue and
the local B'nai B'rith lodge.
1.0.0. F. Lodge
Elects Leaders
New York (WNS)One hundred
and thirty-eight of the leading
Protestant clergymen of the United Mount Sinai Lodge No. 10, In-
states, following in the footsteps dependent Order of Odd Fellows,
of their colleagues, the Anglican last Tuesday evening elected the
Bishops, joined in issuing a public following officers: Robert B.
statement here denouncing and | Bern, noble grand; Samuel Ham-
condemning the campaign of terror burger, vice-grand; David Lesnik.
and oppression of the Hitler re-1 recording secretary; Joseph B.
gime against the Jewish people. Schwartz, financial secretary; Da-
and demanding the withdrawal ofivid Goldstein, treasurer; Philip M.
American participation in the Levi, Maurice Barrash and Eman-
Olympic games, if they are held in J uel Wesson, trustees. David Les-
Nazi Germany. This scathing de- j nik was named representative to
nunciation of the Hitler regime the Grand Lodge at Arcadia. Mr.
by Dr. W. Russell Bowie of the
Grace Episcopal Church was made
public in behalf of the signatories
by Dr. S. Parkes Cadman of the
Central Congregational Church;
Dr. Samuel McCrea Calvert, secrc-
Levl was elected alternate.
Three members were initiated
and the first degree will be con-
ferred Tuesday, December 10th.
Recent additions were Harold Pont,
David Boris, Max Jacobskind and
tary of the Federal Churches of | Morris Gatt.
Christ; Dr. Henry Sloane Coffin,! Mount Sinai Lodge is the only
president of Union Theological Jewish Odd Fellow lodge in Flor-
Seminary, and Dr. Harry Emersonjida and was instituted September
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November %
, U
Beth David Sisterhood is spon- | ft
soring its annual congregational
dinner at its Talmud Torah Hall
Sunday evening, December 1st, bo-
ginning ill 6 o'clock. The .vent
will marl; the f rmal dedication of
the renovation and re-equipment of
the kitchen of the Talmud Torah. sah Monday evening at Beth Da- Israel. Guests may arrange tames
Reserva maj be made with vid Talmud Torah. The president..... bridge, poker, lotto or
any member of the committee or Miss Sylvia Rayvis, introduced the jong
by phoning Mrs. I.. Hartz, 2-7135,
Mrs. Blutstein and Mrs. Isidor Co-
A regular meeting of the organ-
1 be held at Beth David
a"Sfif "......ysa'Sra: a. i- ~ ........>............- -
years, was the "Mohcl.'
is a direct lineal descendantsf
famous "Kllijah, Wilna Gaon"
the "Shelo," another fmo^
of the last century. The child
named "Shlonio Chayim," (.
paternal grandfather, 'poll"
the ceremonies a reception
held in the hospital.



or Mrs. Harry Markowitz, 5-3539.
A program of entertainment will
include an address by Rabbi Max
Shapiro, musical selections by Hen
Bernard, and other entertainment.
Mrs. Lewis Brown will be toastmis- with reference to it. preside at the refreshment table. aU,.n,|,.,| the bris of the new-born
tress, with Mrs. Max Shapiro pro- a culture program committee On the hospitality committee wdl S(i|1 ()f Rabbi and Mrs. Julius
nouncing the benediction. The ca- was appointed, consisting of Miss ,. u,.s, Gerald Lewis. Mrs. Her- dasher at the Victoria Hospital
tering will be in charge of Mrs. S. Martha Spiegelman and Miss Cro- bert U. Feibelman, Mrs. Jules SuM(lav, November 17th. The tra-
Jackson. In charge of arrange- mer. The program chairman, Mrs. Pearlman, Mrs. H. Rosendorf, Mrs. ^itional ceremonies were observed.
nunts is Mrs. .1. Engler, chairman, Ann Grossman, introduced Mrs. I. 1.,-vin. Mrs. A. (i. Levin, Mrs. L. Mr A Jacob8, oldest member of i
assisted by Mesdames II. Marko- Sylvia Feldman, who gave a re- Zeintz, Mrs. Mark Max. Mrs. Gor- lm. congregation of which Rabbi I
witz, R. N'ewberg, M. Apte, .1. Pal- view of Sholom Asch's "Motke, the don Davis, Mrs. Eva Richter and dasher is the head was the "san-
lott, M. Daum, S. Seigal, II. Oli- Thief." Miss Anita Silverman dis- Mrs. B. Weinstein. Mrs. M. Plant ||ik jjrg A bBM| grandmother
phant, M. Schwartz, L. Hart/.. .1. cussed high life of Jewish news ;g chairman of tickets, assisted by (|(- l)u. Daby, was godmother. Oth- j
Rotfort, M. W'einkle and M. .1. Kop- of the day. Miss Myra Goodkow- Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. 1 o- er8W|,0 took part in the ceremony
The monthly Hadassahgram bul- Bertha Marshall Ungar and Mis- urged to be present,
letin was distributed, and Miss Dorothy Ungar. Mrs. Sidney
Mary Anne Kasmins, editor, spoke Meyer and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan will Mon. ,llan onc hundred guests
A large number of fricnd
tended the bris of the iIanl \
" -''" an'1 Mrs. Sam Augnst J
Sunday at the Victoria B.JT
iria ii
Following the ceremonies a
"','i
tion followed in the hospital. rS
B. D. Mindel was the Mohel.
lowitz. The public is extended a
cordial invitation to attend.
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold an important meeting at the
sky explained the .judicial system bias Simon. Reservations may be
in Palestine, and Miss Anne Esch- made by calling any member of
ler gave several current items of the ticket committee or Mrs. Wolf-
son.
interest.
Tampa Back from an 18,.....I
Temple, 137 V E. Nineteenth -t.. mile swing across the nation that
Monday, December 2nd, beginning extended as far north as Edmon-
at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. I. Levin, ton, Alberta, Canada, the Royal
president, presiding. At this meet- American Shows, world's largest
ing plat for the annual Chanuka midway organization, has started
dinner honoring the birthday ob- ons in their win- ghindl'l"
Dr. Jacob II. ., quarters on the Florida fair- [,.,.
in will be discussed. In grounds here,
the program to be pre- ow, which is to oc- t Ml_ Etne| Lipowsky; treas-
cd during the i upy the midway at the Floridi Greenfield; his-
E. Max Goldstein. She will pr. transported on a train of t0|.ia'n* Mrs. David Rosenbloom; di-
Mrs. E. L. rha r, promim .which rect01.S| Miss Beatrice Bornstein,
e,ul.unman and parliamentarian i lW parked on the fairgrounds MN_ LiHian Falk Miss Josephine
The Young Women'- Hebrew As-
ion elected the following of-
ficers at it- meeting last Thursday
night: President, Miss Beatrice
Silver; vice-president, Mrs. Max
secretary, Miss Nolle
man; financial secrets
la Engler; corresponding -
were Cantor Boris Schlachman and
officers of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation and its La-
dies' Auxiliary. Rabbi B. D. Min-
del, well known in this area for
ASK YOUR RABBI!
Inquire of Your Doctor!
When You N.....
a Mohel
They Will ]{,. Sure to
Recommend
RABBI B. I). MINDEL
Recognized as Greater Minn
Leading Mohcl
Phones i!-^T(>4i:{-22~o
Coleman, Miss Ruth Drevich, Miss
Elsie Reisman, Mrs. Max Shonk-
inan. Mr-. Nat Blumberg and Mi.--
Florida, w conduct a par- sidings. The -how will open its
liamentary drill. Dr. Kaplan will |o.y, season in January at the Pi-
give a five-minute inspirational nellas county fair at Largo and will
drill. Mrs. Larry Fay will be a|so be presented at the Orange Cnariotte Furman.
heard in a group of songs and will Festival at Winter Haven, the Cen-
. Dmpanied by Annie Lama tral Florida exposition at Orlando
Lee at the piano. Mr. Leonard Ep- and at several other county fairs. The Miami section of the Na-
peak on "Peace De- Car] Sedlmayr, general manager [ tional Council of Jewish Women is
entertainnig with its annual mem-
ore than $50,000 would be spent bership tea at the home <>f Mrs.
in improvements while in winter Max Wiggs, 1671 Meridian ave.,
quarters here.
Members arc privileged 0f Royal American, estimated that
to bring friends and all out-of-the-
eity Temple Sisterhood members
are asked to come as the special
of the Temple Israel Sister-
hood.
* *
A lai ndance marked the
regular meeting of Junior Hadas-

Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Dec. 1-2-3
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THE NITWITS
Mrs. Isaac Levin will entertain
the members of the executive
board of the Temple Israel Sister-
hood at a theater party and tea at
I p. m. Saturday in Mayfair lane.
In the receiving line with Mrs.
Levin will be Mrs. -I. II. Kaplan,
Mrs, D. .1. Apte, Mrs. Herbert U.
Feibelman,
Among the out-of-town guests
will be Mrs. Milton Morgenthau of
New Orleans, Mrs, Louis Olin and
Mrs. M. Rosenberg of Chicago,
Mrs. Edwin Wolfe and Mrs, Isaac
Kaufman of New York City and
Miss Bettj l: thchild Bergman of
New York and Miami.
Adolph Cohen and her
hter, Mrs, Mitchell Wi
will give a bridge party at the
Wolf-on home, 3466 Pine Tree
drive. .Miami Bench, from -J to .">
p. m.. December '>. The party will
benefit the Sisti rhood of Temple
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ernoon, December 4th, at two
o'clock. Mrs. Lewis E. Kothloin,
membership chairman, is in charge
of arrangements. She will be as-
sisted in receiving by Mrs. Morris
Alpei't, acting president, and Mrs.
Max Wiggs. Those presiding at
the tea urn- will be Mrs. George
l.evinson and Mrs. Harry I. Magid.
Mrs. Lewis Brown will be in
charge of the guest hook. Special
guests of the afternoon will he
Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan. Mrs. David
I. Rosenbloom, Mrs. Julius I.
Washer, Mrs. Samuel M. Machtei
and Mrs, Max Shapiro. The after-
noon'.- program will include a tab-
leaux depicting the wide an I a
ried work of the Council of Jew-
ish Women. Mrs, Hyman Levy i-
directing the tableaux, which will
describe the following projects:
Peace, immigration, health, educa-
tion, Jewish tradition and Girl
Scout work. Music will be In
ge of Mr.-. Daniel Cromer.
* *
A membership tea for the bene-
fit of the Sisterhood of Che-eil She]
Kmeth was held last Monday at
the home of Mrs. Pinkus Schein-
berg. New members were wel-
comed and the work of the organ-
ization was explained by the pres-
ident, Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Speakers
were Mrs. Terry Stein and Mrs.
Charles Beckwitt. Following the
business session Mrs. Scheinberg
served delicious refreshments.
Mrs. Manuel Rippa, chairman of
the rummage Store, made a plea
for the donation ,,f rummage. The
-to,e at 552 \. W. Second ave. is
"i" n every Saturday evening.
A dinner will be held in the near
future, for which special invita-
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charge is Mrs. Pinkus Scheinberg,
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Vol. 8No. In
From I: ise Orgler Miller of 04
Rockaway Parkway, Brooklyn, 1
have received announcement of the
of Sabin Orgler, her father,
win,! i i used to think of as the
aim iesl of Jews. He walked with
God and God | >ke to him. II"
'''' i ii >m ome
ol -ale '
Jews.
When J Oi mel God, it
. no meeting of
a hoy Boprano in a Protestant
Episcopal church choir The
Marx Brothers were given their
unusual names by Art Fischer, a
monologist, in Peoria, III. Nor-
iir. shearer has won the distinc-
tion "f being the only motion pic-
Four in One
Al Jolson will be surrounded by
three other stars and featured
players of the Jewish faith in his
next musical film for Warner
Broth r- Studio.-. The tWO noted
tomics of the New York theatre,
Frank Mitchell and Jack Durant, ture star to receive twice Photo-
and Sybil .la on, the new wonder play's Gold Medal Award. 'I hi- is
i mid star, have been engaged for conside ed one of the fines) cita-
ihe Jolson screen play. tions of meril in the film industry
Jolson's Btage career really Ik......Foe Penner has traveled more
, ir|'_ gan when he played one of a group than 50,000 miles in the -how busi-
timaleina the earth "' chlldn-n in "( ildren of the ness without leaving the United
II' hoi Keen ;, sell nlained mil '" al '''" Hera,d S'1U:,IV Tl1"-
sionary to bring God back among ut,'' '" u York- F"owing "" na88C '" Hollywood, says
H. .|,.W, he w vaudeville and min- Prinz. He should know, because
In his wandering about the c-oun '.....* liis filsl real oPPoi- he is dance director at Paramount
try he came from time to timi ""y came '" San l'1-""'"" -i"sl
my desk. Il was early this year
Blondes are definitely
,eRoy
This man seemed Isaiah ami Je-
sus, who was also our prophet .
God! God! God The -lews must Studio Chatter
lake God back into their hearts. Although I.uise Kainer could not
he said They have been win speak a word of English when she
shiping the false gods of their ma- left Europe for the United States.
terialism ... If they stood with God
love the
that I saw him; some five y< ai
had passed since his last previou
but 1 remembered him al
once as I looked up and beheld his
rare figure tall, big i.....ed .
. beard c;
. "Mr Orgler!"
you remember me!" he ex
I joyously It pleasured him
immensely thai he wa i mem-
We Accept the Challenge L^^ZLirVS
11 falls to (ho lot of every publisher to be damned if he ; himself beside me and
does, and be damned if he doesn't. Presumably we, too, must '" i""1 though it was
share this fate from time to time. > ,(" ""' :i1111 ""h d
In mure lhan eight years of continuous weekly publics- I my <
lion the .lewis*; Floridian has striven to serve, and serve : n only of Yom Kippur, the hour
faithfully, the interests of the Jewish communities of Flor- nim seem' a11 '"" 8nort-
ida and'particularly that of Greater Miami. We can point u '- conscious of such a spiritual
with pride to the fact that, despite the hardships and ob- ,lin" aa never *ot '" :1 *>"'
stades placed in our path, every shade of opinion of Jewrj )"" kl|'l]llli'-^
has been given fair and equal representation in our columns.
We can point with pride to the fact that we have not
hesitated to champion the cause of everything that was just
and Jewish, though at times it meant the loss of revenue that
was sorely needed. Otlr columns were never for sale, and
were always impartial.
We defended the causes of those we believed unfairly
assailed, though perhaps it would have been to our selfish \l >; w"ul' be JwJ abov
advantage if we had sided with the majority- We do not ha JJ ;" "",: '
... i i _i__ ... <:.,.. ..... wou i lee no pain ol anti-Senut-
regret a single stand that we took. Perhaps, at times, we ( ^ ^.^ ^ _
erred but to err is human. h { (.,i(|,
From time to time competition was perhaps ol that
kind that was un-Jewish that did not frighten us we
knew we could count on the Intelligence of Florida Jewry.
The early part of this year in purchasing the Jewish Unity
and combining it with the Jewish Floridian we felt that we
were thus able to give more of ourselves to the Jewish people
of our communities. Of course, we had mountebanks spring ( Jewg )|a(| f tten 1Ijn, They
up from time to time with threats of starting another week- .,urguing the godg ,- their
ly here unless we would agree to pay moneys or do certain ( u (. ^ a|
other things they desired however, these attempts were
but short lived.
Recently we were again approached with similar threats
we were told unless we would eliminate certain features
from our paper another publication would be started.
And thus we find as pretty a species of racketeering and ^ h ^ ( |||s v ,(i mf jn
Ihe practice of misrepresentation in the very inception ol hour of travaili God was love t
these connivers as one can picture, when on the stationer}
announcing their INITIAL appearance they already carry
'he slogan. "Florida's LEADING Jewish Newspaper. I his
despite preachings of justice, ethics, honesty and fair deal-
ings that roll so gliblv off one's tongue.
Of course, the mere fact that the winter season is ap-
Pro*ching ... or that politics are in the offing has notn-
ing to do with the starting of another publication nor do
*e suppose that our stand against misrepresentation ol Jew-
ish ideals by those professing to represent our people nas
anything to do with this.
We accept the challenge laid down.
The Jewish Floridian will continue its policy of printing
the news of the Jewish communities, regardless.
The Jewish F
those who, without right or reason. !>* < -.' ;," u. djd m
after the earthquake. To make
If heard over ill iliu of the
city b< ing rebuilt, he sa: on the
piano .dose t the audience to Bing
and deal.- iii screen beauty. At
present he has 200 girls working
in pictures in production Chico
Mai x i considered by expi rts to
be one of the finest bridge play-
in bin make-up. The idea era in the country and has written
caught on and shortly after he was a I ik on the subject ... In 1013
ia Iwaj appearanci. Il"- Mars R met a vaude-
tor in Lot Angeles and
him to accept a -100-a-week
ib that had bei n offered to
him he was Charlie Chaplin .
i irned from his
New York vacation, during which
laj rea d le v.
eial pi:;., manusei mittcd
bj Broadway stage producers arid
visited friends. He showed no in-
in the play manuscripts.
lie was 111'
Winter
Xi w Yoi had.
with a Jewish theme, "The Jazz
i ho wa- ih
sun ol a cantor, would like I
I he Jazz Singer" made into an
American grand opera with him-
self in hi role. Jolson's own tyl<
of "mammy" singing clearly shows
ti ai i- of the religious chanting
which his father performed as a
synagogue cantor.
she could cany on a conversation
in English when she reached Hol-
Speaks Broken French
George Seltz, M. G, M. director,
was making tests for a French gar-
dener for his next picture. In each
case the applicant was asked if he
could speak French. finally, he
came to a small German. "Speak
French?" inquired the Jewish di-
rector. "Veil, yes, broken," came
Uie reply.
Groucho Marx sang as
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven
feature Syndicate)
Arts
He flamed as he spoke; his
voice contained the intensity of
one who carried tidings that la-
was trying despairingly to make
understood God! God! God!
. lie was essentially their (iod,
bitions and all the false gods of n
materialistic world, they who were
the kinsmen of Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob.
He knew God. He was sure he
an
mil
mercy and justice and compassion.
Love, mercy, justice and compas-
sion were the prime inheritance of
the .lews and why did they not gc
forth to proclaim this inheritance
to the world? What did the world
require more than love, mercy, jus-
iice ami compassion?
Thus Sabin Orgler preached to Orgler found kinsmen in Christian
.lews wheresoever he went. Au- | ministers as in rabbis. Hut, since
thentic prophets (and Sabin Org- the Jews had discovered God in
lei was the only authentic Jewish the remote time, it was upon them
propret I can think of) are not to restore Him to governance in
paid salaries, must often go hun- the world.
gry, wear patches in their pants. If we can speak of Jewish ovan-
Sabin Orgler frequently hun- gelism, Sabin Orgler was a Jewish
gered and made his way by the evangelist with none of the tricks
kindness of Jews who felt grate- of evangelists, with a flaming sin-
ful for a glimpse of Sabin Orgler's cerity that is not in all of them,
vision; they fed him, helped him with the poverty that few of them
on the way to the next city where suffer. He was not honored in
there were Jews who must he told organized Jewry which meets in
about the God of Abraham, Isaac annual convocations to consider
and Jacob.
Now and then a rabbi caught tin-
vision and let Sabin Orgler speak
Horn his pulpit. If he missed a
meal. Sabin Orgler was content
with the fullness of God that was
in his heart.
His Judaism was no narrow,
self-serving creed. God was not
a Jewish God and His life and
justice were for all men. Sabin
of an able and courageous leader and deprives the city of
New York of a conscientious and upright public official who
was always on the side of justice.
Deutsch appeared on the Jewish scene six years ago
ewish communities, regardless. ;ifk>r a distinguished record as a member of the bar. As
'loridian will not adhere to demands oi ,sidt,n( ()f (he American Jewish Congress for six years, he
at right or reason, profess to represent J<( revitalize that organization and to make it a
decision without fear.
The Jewish Floridian is here to stay and serve >ou
"mink-banks to the contrary notwithstanding.
Bernard S. Deutsch
The death of Bernard S. Deutsch robs American Jewry ^ sen
of the university. Hut perhaps his greatest contribution
was to the city of New York, to whose board of aldermen he.
BS its president, restored the prestige which years of political
desuetude had lowered.
His death robs New York of an irreplaceable public
ant. and American Jewry of a leader of true vision-
what to do about the languishing
Jewish religion.
Nobody ever considers that what
Judaism needs is such men as Sa-
bin Orgler, who could even thrill
me who am hard-boiled, who could
give mi- a glimpse of a Judaism
that had to do with other things
than drives for money or with
fighting anti-Semitism.
Of course, such a man as Sabin
Orgler could never he accepted by
the respectable conservatives of
organized Jewry. He did not con-
form to the standards, couldn't
wear a frock coat gracefully, his
shoes were not highly polished.
*
And yet I should not have liked
to see Sabin Orgler put on a sal-
ami
and
have
rophet
re the
ruler
mea-
ger fortune he had than he would
have been as a more privileged
rabbi. Even being hungry was to
be enjoyed, since it was for God,
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Pane Four
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Z^lfy^November 29, 1935
The World's
Window
"The Trap"
By II D Hi IK ISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
R luction in whi
in paii > j forbidden. Any
ment on this copj
lt( :.
my small
il me with
\ (, rnment
nship." I'
i
Vet 1 ere was
I: i he
oked by
; ;itiI an
Anil is an evi
I only
: |{h chieflj 01 u
some
ai ;i the
Tin- Nazis have broken
ld< :i under
:' human rights of the
- of men as such
limed and hailed in the
th century, was held
eternally incorporated hence- AI. GROSSMAN
y charter of west- President of Ihe Miami Y. M. II. A.
.). A wound ni>
even the wound of
inflicted up-:
. I! ..'.: beings arc n >
a si they are hu-
'1 inn
lished; homo homi-
ni lupus .. toward man,
made the i .il- of a new
- 'IV.
In brief, every minority is in a
trap. The Jews of the diaspora
arc the classical instance of a mi-
nority. It is their job to make
ih.' trap less murderous ami cruel.
What practical measures can they
take? By facing the facts they
ran consolidate their groups ami
their groups' life and thus gain
the highest degree of moral force
and moral resistance in their pow-
er. Tiny can educate their chil-
dren, so far as possible, in Jewish
institutions, so far as possible sup-
ported as of right by their states.
in integrate within themselves that
moral power. They can gradually
achieve and at least partial voca-
tional shift and establish solid cen-
ters of closely settled Jewish agri-
culturists which will he both ex-
amples of productivity and cen-
if moral resistance. Thej i an
and they must make their own the
cause of all minorities caught i>
the liars of majorities and fight
along a solid front. They must
repudiate and resist all state ab-
solutism, whether in Russia or in
r h; Germany, and ail move-
in their land- that have a-
their aim the absolutism of the
slave state In America they are
in luck. For here they need he to
achieve all that merely good Jews
and good Americans. For the tra-
dition is on their side.
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Feature Syndicate I
daughter reports.
BORIS S( III..UII.MAN
Executive Director of the .Miami
V. M. II. A.
/ion
whatever they like
- ... A mob of hooligans
went from one Jewish house to the
Flag Day Observance
Land Kedeniption
for
land
Plain Talk
(Continued from Page 3)
"My lather died after a com-
plete breakdown caused by the
hardships he endured to carry on
the holy work of bringing to the
TI at th af-
le by one -late
Contribute for Palestine
111 every Jew it redemption" will be the call heard
found with iron rods." The whites in all Jewish communities through-
of Louisiana rush into nigger town; out the United States during the
the Poles near Minsk rush into week-end of December 8th, when
LUC lint, urn n "i >'C IIIKUCK i'' 11IV
; the Catholics of France Zion Flag Hay. sponsored by the J(.wi.h" ,,,,,,,. Bnd 8 humanity
in the seventeenth century first Jewish National Fund of America. ,|u. .,. UM(|,rslan,liMLr (lf lh, pur.
ated the Huguenots m the will be observedI for the 22nd time. f ,ife aMi| ingtilling within
assacreol St. Bartholomew s Eve A corps of Zionist volunteers, prin- ,h(, h(,arts ,. J<.wjsh tn a
and then drove them into exile, cipally recruited from among lie- ,Vi. ,,-,. failh Rn(J th;,n.
in. pont> i, oi course, in. Every minority lives in a trap. The brew school students and youth or- .. ,,
""> "- ^ing. Tl a epers the ,, g0 mad ,,. ganizations, will in each community rhi ." ^ T ,
and experience are pretty constant. ,,,,., naving otning ,,,, wit ,,,,. ,,. s:l|, minjalur, reproduc* "-> seen- to me the p., ted ep-
Only there is hope, some faint hope, the minority. The trap is sprung, tions of the Zion flag, the blue- '., ,
' as the wretched facts are i L ,. ., Ills work goes on, as I observe.
m. as in. ui.icuci tans an Lawa do n,lt protect tne minority, white emblem of Zionism and of ,, ...
i with i throhliiii" con- ti i c c ,. ., "'' leaves behind an organization
Hie seared conscience of good men the Jewish National Home. The ,, .. c". .,
... .. ... ,. ol youth known as the Seed of Ab-
does not protect it. Nothing avails, proceeds will be applied to the ac- u i .
,, raham. Isaac and Jacob.
Only when men go completely mad, quisition of new tracts of and to ,.x....... ,,.,.,,.,
, i i j T' work of the .Seed of Ab-
as the rulers "t contemporary (,er. accommodate the need of refugees, -
the and. ives in a trau. The Na- ..,..... u.. i .u i a raham, Isaac and Jacob, for whicn
...M i, a iiaH. i -o many naV(. (jon(. ,n n(| |onK,.r pioneers and immigrants who are ... .,
turn of October 30 had an article c. ;,, :;i;, .,,, '"' labored so ardently and sacri-
: feign to be Civilized men and make entering Palestine in ever-growing
by Carlton Beals on the -';'"- of th,.ir brutishness no longer an in- numbers. ticed his life- wi" bl' carried on by
his disciples," Sabin Orgler's
con-
science. Let us then begin by fac-
ing the facts; every minority, how-
ever Well protected by the law- of
the negro in Louisiana. "Ili> life
Bl any given moment." Mr. I Hals
writes, "hangs on the slender
I of white emotional stabil-
ity." This is a very profound and
very true statement. The Germans
have completely lost their trau-
|1 stability or, rathen, they
have shifted their emotional cen-
ter of equilibrium. Hence our peo-
ple are destroyed. But the situa-
tion of the negroes in Louisiana
proves that neither the protection
of written law and statute nor the
stricken conscience of many white
fraction of the law, but the law
itself,
Many thousands of Jews, how-
ever fully our hopes in Palestine
realized and however thorough-
ly we liquidate the exile of Israel
in certain countries -many thou-
sands of Jews will continue to live
BS minority groups in a number of
countries. And it is necessary to
the life and future of these Jews
that they are perfectly clear in
their own minds concerning the
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. ... nun own minus concerning tne
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...... J | character of their problem, which
fate. "The customary sport," ac-
cording to Mr. li.al.-, "is for a gang
of white drunks to rush into 'nigger
is this: to make the world safe for
minorities. Now they cannot do
this unless they view their own
..... inis unless iney view their own
town and .-boot it up, break up ,. .. ,, ,
, status realisticallyname v as that
negro restaurants, insult the wom-
en and commit any violence that
conies into its alcoholic brains."
Now in Poland our people are
of a minority. Had the German
Jews done so, for instance, they
would at least have had a station
and a standing; they would have
supposed to be protected not on v .,_ ... .. ., .
. been able, like the Jews of Poland,
by national law. but bv mlerna- .
. .. to voice a protest in some legis-
lional law incorporated in the ,,,_ ,, f,
., latne assembly, however feeble:
peace treaties. I hev constitute in ,. .
...f.. they would have had at least a
Inland a national minority and are ,, ,, .
. voice that could be raised in ap-
supposed to have (and have, as ,,.., ... ...
, I'cal in the counsels and before the
matter of form) their reprcsenta- _. ,. ,,
... r ,i i. r i ll,uits "f mankind. By insisting
tives in both houses of the Polish ,
,. ,. that they were Germans and noth-
parliament. let on the same date :....,. .
1 ... ,, ... >K hut Germans and integrated
as that of Mr. Beals article in ... ... .
, ............ .. with no other unity hut that of
the Nation, October Juth, the Jew- ,. n .
..,,.' ... the German people, they have be-
i-h Morning Journal came out with ,
,.. fat headlines: Pogrom, of Jews ^ [n which nQ minorj
in Polish < .ties. And in the body whoy h(.(.()me ^ ^ ^^ ^
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Friday, November 29,
i'.i:ir>
Jacksonville News
The Jacksonville unit of Senior
sgah will be represented by
jL Ben Stein, president of the
hapter, as delegate to the
., nior-Junior Hadassah con-
ation, i" take place in Cleveland,
from November 28 to De-
mber L beginning on Thanks-
l,.,-,-, November -H, and con.
jtinuing unti
December 1.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
STATEWIDE NEWS
Daytona Beach
Notes
of the executive board
in the Temple
Mrs, i.. P. Lippman, president of
femple Sisterhood, presided at
eeting
. morning
Home.
Ufg, Max Oberdorfer was leader
ij of the literature group
, |. mple Sisterhood Tuesday
. in the Temple Home.
troduced by Mrs. Paul
.inn;.n of the literature
. and reviewed Stefan
"Mary, Queen of Scotland
i es."
An ini iting event of the Tem-
, ihood which is always the
elaborate benefit given by
. organization, will be the an-
abaret, to be held in the
,,,i of the Windsor Ho-
11, cember 16.
young bride-elecl happiness for the
future and presented her with an
exquisite dresser Bet of rose coloi
as a memento of the event.
Following the dinner party the
group adjourned to the Florida
Theatre.
Attending this lovely affair
were: Mrs. [sadore Moscovitz, Mrs.
Milton Gelbman, Mrs. Jack Landau,
-Mrs. Nathan Morganstcm, Miss
Rosilyn Magezis, Miss Mary Kra-
mer, Miss Alyce Schevitz and Miss
Mollye Schemer,
The annual Daughters of Israel
Thanksgiving ball last night was
one of the outstanding events of ----------
the year. Mr. Harry Greenblatt has re-
Mrs. Men Setzer, in charge of turned from a two month-' busi-
the sale of tickets, was assisted by '"'" 'rip '" Georgia and the Caro-
Mrs. Hen Hake,-, Mrs. A. Selber. Ima8-
Mrs. S. DatZ, Mrs. lly Safer, Mrs.
A. Becker and .Mrs. If. II. YoftVe. P*\m Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Mrs Sam Gamce was in charge ""'' Monday evening at the home
West Palm Beach
Sylvia Alterman of Keypoint, N.
I., and Milton Wasserman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Wasserman of
this city, wire married Sunday aft-
ernoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Auerbach, 330 Central Drive,
in the presence of the family and
friends from Miami Beach, New
York and New Jersey. The cere-
mony was performed by Dr. Isser
W, Muskat of Congregation Beth
El. Immediately after the cere-
mony the couple left on their
to New York,
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rutberg en-
tertained at .aids at their home
Thursday night, November 21.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
George Liebman, Miss Marian Rut-
berg, Mrs. Sylvia Wasserman, Mr.
and Mrs. Lotus E. Goldman, Frank-
lin Lee, Mrs. Cecile Shemer, Al-
bert Rutberg, Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Heed.
M,.s. s. S. Coffin is chairman of decorations of the ballroom, as- "' Mr- '' Gruner, Washington
. immittee in charge of ar-
... nts, and elaborate (dans
been made for the affair.
Dancing will be enjoyed through-
evening, and interspersed
n the datives will be a num-
i of attractive vaudeville acts
rd by the master of cere-
Elliott Butts.
Res rvations may be made with
M:- Kay Halle.
Miss Bora Shapiro, who became
le of Raymond Brice on No-
24th, was feted Wednesday
with a dinner and theatre
by the Nottaman Club, of
-he is a member.
The party met at Berney's Res-
t, where dinner was served
private dining room. The
cards in pale green gave the
finishing touches. Toastmaster for
the occasion was .Miss Rosilyn Ma-
who wished the charming
sisted by Mrs. Jack Landau, Mrs. Drive< Prospecl Park, where many
II. Setzer. M>-. I. Moscovitz and interesting matters of concern to
Henry Hertzenberg. Moss, bal- ""' '"'''' '"'ll-r'' :""' tne B'nai B'rith
loons and lantern.- were hung from were discussed. A committee to
the ceiling of the room, with corn- make arrangements for a welcome
Tampa section, National Council
Of .Jewish Women, will observe
Junior Council Sabbath Friday eve-
ning, November 29th, at 8 o'clock,
at Rodoph Sholom Temple. Master
Marvin Aronovitz, son of Mr. anil
Mrs, Manuel Aronovitz, will read
the introductory service. Harvey
G. Witln.r, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.1. Winner, will give the Ki.ldush.
Miss Mollie Bergman will read part
of the service- and Miss Kayo
Birnback will speak on Junior
Council work. Miss Kuth Salsbury ... .... ., ., ,
... Mi-s Elizabeth Grus plans to
will give two vo.al numbers. ,-.,,-, ,-
_______ leave next week with I rienils for
New York, she was planning
Rabbi David Zielonka spoke on spend this week-end in Miami.
"As Others See Us" last Wednes-
day afternoon, November 20th, at Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ginsberg are
the Y. M. II. A. building. These home after having spent some time
lectures are being sponsored hy the. visiting their daughter, Mrs, Zelda
Tampa section, .National Council of Blooinhurg, in New York. Mrs.
Jewish Women, and have been thor- Bloomberg last month gave birth
A Chanuka program, with ex-
i hange of gifts, and a belated de-
bate, are on the program when the
Progressive Club meets Friday
night, December 6th, at the home
of Miss Marian Levey, 112 North
Beach st. Miss Kuth Epstein will
assist with the program. The Pro-
gressive club is also planning a
.-upper party with guests on De-
cember --.
oughly enjoyed hy all those pres-
ent.
-talk- and pumpkins placed in the
corners. Mrs. Gamce and Mrs.
Landau were in charge of the nov-
< ity dan.e numbers. The refresh-
ment committee, headed hy All'-.
.'I. Wexler, was assisted by Mr .
(). Magezis, Mrs. .1. Sloat, Mrs. W.
reception in honor of Mr. Ah.
to her first child, a son.
The Tampa section, National
Council of Jewish Juniors, spon-
Schefferman of Washington, B.C., sored a benefit .aid party in the
district grand lodge president No.
5, B'nai B'rith, was appointed. A
social hour followed the meeting,
when delicious refreshments were
served.
.schemer, Mrs. M. Margol, Mis. M.
Feldman and Mis- Ethel ,1001. Cig
arettes and smokes were in char1.:,
of Mis. Ben Chepnick and Mrs. 11.
Setzer.
The local Young Judeans met
Wednesday evening at the home of
Saul and Rosa Goldberg on South
olive ave. The meeting was very
Willie Silverman was master of interesting and many important
(iuests were received mattera were discussed.
Strictly
Confidential
ceremonies.
at the door by S. Datz and Mrs. A.
Selber.
The proceeds of the dance will
he used for the Jewish Center He-
brew school.
Tidbits From Everywhere
B) PHINEAS J. BIRON
Aryani-m-
Don't forget that it was here
'hat you first heard about the
Nazi tieup with the murder of Dr.
fritz Gebhardt, German economist
Since we spilled the dope it
'eloped that despite his Jew-
:-h wife, Gebhardt was a pal of
General Goering and due to re-
place Hans Luther as German am-
or Incidentally, Vera
Stretz, Gebhardt's slayer, got Sam
Uibowitz as her attorney by sell-
ing her autobiography to a New
i'>fk morning newspaper Hit-
Members and friends of Temple
Beth Israel Sisterhood enjoyed the
Wednesday afternoon card party at
the home of the hostess, Mrs. Har-
ry Halpern, at the Dixie Terrace
quake They will be the echoes apartments. Several tables of
of the oratorical storm at the an- bridge were played, with high score
nual A. A. U, convention in New favors awarded at each table. Re-
work, where the Olympic issue w'ill freshments were served after the
he given its final innings The games.
president of the New York Ilakoah ----------
Athletic Club, one of the leading Mrs. Ben Ryder and son, Julian,
soccer teams in the land, is Dr. who spent the last few weeks in
Max Lowenthal, leading Zionist Atlanta, have returned to their
. The Palestine soccer football
team, Hapoel, will come to Amer-
ica this spring for an exhibition
tour.
Fragments
Leo Spitz, new boss of RKO pic-
tures, is a nephew of Governor
Homer of Illinois Donald
Friede of the Covici-Friede pub-
lishing house is trying to make up
with his ex-wife, who is the daugh-
home on Garden ave.
ter of Arthur Garfield Hays .
'"will probably fire the advertis- After his London concert in Jan-
ing manager of his Voelkischer j uary Yehudi Menuhin will retire
Beobachtcr when he learns that a from the concert stage for a year
isiness man, now a refu- 0f rest and study on his California
Be in this country, got most of ranch The Yiddish Folks The-
moi ey out of Naziland with the
Unconscious help of the Nazi sheet.
SpertraU
Majrie Rosenbloom, ex-king of
ight heavies, will have an im-
portant role in "Green Shadow,"
''^''i]^ Pictures' forthcoming flick-
th
atre is running a benefit for
N.w York Christmas fund The
children of Helena, Mont., will soon
be attending school in a synagogue
Temple Emanuel in that city
has given its building to the Mon-
tana relief commission because
many of the schools were damaged
hy the recent earthquakes.
r Al Singer, former light-
**lght champion, is taking no
chances on the possible failure of Footlight Flickers
'in. back He's bought an New York movie critics who at-
"ttest in a New York night club tended the premiere of "The Land
If you hear strange noises 0f Promise," Palestine talkie, got
(1 Friday, Saturday and Sunday their invitations via cable
tb
">' won't be caused by an earth-
Keren Hayesod headquarters in Je-
rusalem Belle Baker is for-
saking vaudeville to take her first
rule in a legitimate play Sonya
Levion is doing the scenario for
that picture which will feature the
I bonne quintuplets .. Jesse Lasky
and Louis B. Mayer, movie big-
wigs, aren't talking to each other
Mervyn LeRoy, son-in-law of
one of the Warner brothers, may
shift to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
An Open Letter
My Dear Friends:
] am using The Jewish Floridian
for this message, knowing it is
the only way to reach every Jew-
ish home in our community.
In behalf of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
I am appealing to every Jewish
woman to become a member of the
auxiliary- At this time, more than
ever before, we need the co-opera-
tion of every Jewish woman. If
you arc unable to do active work
personally, I want to assure you
that your membership dues will
work for you. This not only gives
auditorium of Rodoph Sholom Tem-
ple last Tuesday night. Prizes
were won by Mis- Kuth Salsbury,
Mrs. .1. D. Rosenthal, Mrs. Witt-
man and Dr. Rosen. Refreshments,
consisting of home-made dainty
cookies, which were made by the
Junior Council members, and tea
were served the guests immediate-
ly after the games.
Miss Jennie Bronstein returned
last week from an extended visit
with friends in Tuscaloosa and Bir-
mingham, Ala.
TAMPA Y. M. II. A. NOTES
At the general meeting held on
Monday the program of activities
for the season was decided on and
important committees were ap-
pointed.
The Chanukah dance to be held
on Wednesday evening, December
25th, has aroused the active inter-
est of members and their families,
and all are looking forward to the
most brilliant social success ac-
complished thus far.
The junior basketball team is
practicing judiciously under Coach
Wayne and they are preparing to
play their first game with a local
team, to be announced shortly.
The Junior Girls' Club holds its
regular meetings on Friday after-
Rev. Joseph Schenker now has
his Sunday school classes well or-
ganized, he reports. Assisting him
in teaching are Mis- K.-ta Saffer
and Miss Elizabeth Grus. The
children this week were allotted
parts and recitation pieces for a
Chanuka program to he given in a
few weens.
It is expected that this city's
population will swell this week-
end with college students return-
ing for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Boys and girls will come from
Gainesville and Tallahassee.
Al Sontag of Miami was a vis-
itor in Daytona Beach for several
days last week.
Miss Marian Levey war- .-.bed
uled to address this week the jour-
nalism class of Mainland High
school, telling of experiences while
working on newspapers.
noons. It is now preparing to give
a Chanukah play and party.
The Co-Ed Club meets on alter-
nate Monday evenings, its sponsor
being Mrs. Harry Cohen.
ing you for your co-operation, I
am
Most sincerely,
(Signed) MRS. IDA OPTNER,
President.
temporary relief to our less for-
tunate brethren, but in many cases
enables us to rehabilitate them,
making them self-supporting.
The auxiliary has a rummage
store located at 157 N. W. Fifth Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
st. Should you have any clothes Welfare Bureau.
Or furniture which you would like
to give, we will he very happy to \cw York (Special)Reports
call for same. Very often we from Mizrachi chapters indicate
clothe whole families and improve that the Mizrachi annual conven-
home environments with these con- tion, to be held in Washington, D.
tributions. The balance is sold at C., on Sunday, Monday and Tues-
the store and the moneys derived ,|aVi .January 12th, B'ith and 14th,
used for welfare work. will be the most widely attended
We now have several groups of parley in the organization's his-
women soliciting for membership, tory. Not only will this occasion
Should you he out, please mail your mark the twenty-fifth anniversary
check for $2 to Mrs. Stanley C. of the movement in America, but
it will also be featured by the pres-
ence of a distinguished group of
Myers, 512 S. W. Twenty-first ave.,
who wdll gladly acknowledge same.
Our next business meeting will European Mizrachi leaders, coming
be Monday, December 16th, at the
Mark Store auditorium, and you
are all cordially invited.
Hoping to see you all, and thank-
to this country especially for this
event.
Heading the European delega-
tion will be Rabbi Meyer Berlin.


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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN


BULLETIN
#* i Wm ~" TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Mian i
-fcl 137 X. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB 11. KAPLAN
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iHiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiit. II............ Judaism i- a Waj ol Life. Find out the Jewish way of life
by atti nil ''' the monthly meeting:, \vh
will In. VVi lay evening:, December 11th,
fiiilimmiiiiiiiii........it:i ii ii mm hi llllllllllllt
hoo]
Friday, Novembers m
mentfl in money, men an(]
mnt needed to restore the
Jld cai
n Southeast.
Mr. Estill informed the Flrid,
delegation that even though 2
damage the storm Would'caS^
company's property
em Florida."
company la new obligated to th
American Power & Light Com pan!
to the extent of hundredi rrfi
.-amis of dollars in open
o daj ning; high
RELIGIOUS SERV ICES ^ n
,. ." nine, 10 to 10:30.
! lay < nces at 8:lo
depart-
Sunday
o'clock. B' B'l ith
A B'
coi nd. I >r.
Kaplan in on
I 1 B'l ith."
al 11 o'clock

Pr. .'- of
.. All
: of
I1

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i
a
11th. H
B'nai B'rith has a
visitor or t ai
thai
ng will have I
i meeting of this
take placi on January
This will ; a coi
tional meeting
. urgent
questi I I ittend Pli ase r< mem-
give thought to
m that will I
cusse the Jews in
GENERAL
account
its holding company aunt,.,! lo ad
vance to the Florida Power & i ih
Company necessary m
construction of it- ,
the Electric Bond and Share Con
pany rushed necessary man
and equipment,
the quick restoration
ervice.
Program committee of the Y. M. H. A. Beading from left to right, "In the emergency ... did nm
bottom row: Milton Friedman. Jos. II. Syman, .lack Apte and Oscar appeal to the taxpayers or the
Argintar. Top row: Jules Wilson. \l Grossman, Al Pallott, Boris federal, state or citj governmenu
Schlachman, Harry Schwartz and Sat Blumberg. for any loans or financial aid whit.
soever," said Mr. Estill. "With the
important dates: Decei
: I ii i mini 3r I,
meel ing: De-
8
K to !
I Ith, ini-
. B'
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I
f thai
il as well),
cial wo !. has been senl oul this N .A trus, yiiU (li(] ,,, expec(
week. I know of nothing thai
aid. advice and a-
holding and se .
lb II. K

Dr. Kaplai
i
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T i

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He i. v contenl ;i <> the sub-
i ij iect "Tl ii< Rel
. Jew. He fill- P"-1' ""' "-''-i
They even bad Hi- spirit
posts of their
! in you think one Yom Kip-
igh for one to
a ak ot' spirituality to
year? No more than the
ntinue lov-
if she only comes
into his life once a year.
h i- too bad that the joy and
ties ha\c departed from our
religion ;m<\ only the sail part re-
. Buch a- the sad melodies
of the Kul N'idre and the memo-
rial services. Even the Kaddish
Jews are gradually disappearing.
This letter is written for the
in the belief ---------
,,..<; i Miami, Fla., October 15, i
] of Ji w- Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan,
ish history, I Tain id I ibbi Temple Israel,
i. of the n ai VI an Fla.
' the prophets cannot My Dear Dr. Kaplan:
fail tn be interesting to any Jew. I have listened to your Beries of
A km lectures delivered during the holy purpose of giving vent to thoughts
must instill a wholes respe I lays. If my memory serves me that have been pint up in my
for them and their deed-. \ii one, right, you solicited comments on mind. In writing to you 1 wish to
having this knowledge could be ir- it. 1 am not going to comment on say that if this letter expresses
religious, it. but personally I think the sub- anything worth while you might
"1 feel thai the adult Jew has ject was timely. pass it on.
been neglected. Proper attention I think my glance into your soul In closing I might add that if
Company been an indi |
pany in this great enii
customers would
out electric sen ice a much
period and H
greater inconvi nienc
our employees m
not have been paid their wai
cash, and our
would have lost tn
cause the longer peri
in restoring service would
lost additional thousai
lai of gross re\ nue."
President Estill said because of
this aiil from his holding and
ice companies, be wa.- able to de-
vote all of his time to planning
and organizing the regular forces
of his company in immediately re-
storing the necessary sanitation
and food services in the various
stricken communities.
"Klectric service was restored
quickly because of this holding
. .u:.i, ,u. aid the children. But and the object lesson which you Judaism could only re-establish it- ,'., .
lit is woefullj ignorant and ..... striving to convey, as I see self into a comforter, bow beauti- company assistance, and Floridia
_______ not Wil ,dmit it. Can this it, is to bring back our Jew.- to ful and enriched its people Would "<* ^ijing through its 8U.
SISTERHOOD be changed? I certainly hope so." an intelligent understanding and be! Mr: ," wrote- "Business gw>-
An pen letter: "Thi American conception of an incorporeal God;
Sit< I Civil I Union, 31 Union a God of love, a Cod in whose im-
''-' I Temple. s aarei N. ,v v ... .,., in_ Bge ,V1. W(.,.. Vl.,.y lu..iu.
Mrs. Isaa U n ai I Mrs. Mori ,. tifu|.
:" of every American There is no people on earth who
M- Weinsl this institu- wen -,, God-like as our Jews were
Kl m read th lin< 1Mi .,,.,; con. .,, L. ^ a|K, who ()f a
ce8, sider it the fines! pie in the world have become
in-G Hike,
ted this week bj Mrs. Julius 8trikes a, th(. v .. waj time,y
"" '" :': the our life, th. g larai te< if civil
Sincerely yours,
JACK BERNSTEIN.
Holding Company
Aids Miami
erally is being carried on as u.-ual."
he said.
Judging from all reports, Flor-
ida is ready to receive and .-
its possible winter visitors and
have them enjoy with it the finest
winter season in its entire history
Iall because you can't down that
l:' Miami, Fla.In a letter mailed well known Florida spirit any more
to senators and congress- thiin you can fjn,| a substitute for
Florida climate and sunshine.
drive. Miami Beach. Mi -. \
i : ighter, Mrs.
\l tchi II Wolfson, will be th
\ 75c.
The next m. I Sister-
. will be held December 2nd at
Kaplan Hall.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
3--------------------------------------------o
The following birthday, were
celebrated in th last week:
Shirley Levy and Albeit Wein-
traub.
Qui n without answer: One
of the children of the Religious
i. asked abbi this ques-
tion: "Why don't the Jew- have a
Religious school and servi i
Thanksgiving 1 lay'.'"
Tin;. a ide for the various
- to visit the library: Inter-
mediate department, class 1. 10:35
to 10:45; intermediate department.
2, 11:35 11:45; interme-
department, classi 3 and 1,
10:45 to 10:55; high school depart-
ment, class l.n :05 to 11 ;i">: high
school department, class -. Satur-
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anj and Klectric Bond and
Share Company, our respective
holding and service companies,
have been of tremendous benefit to
Florida Power & Light Company,
^ its customers, it- employees am
its security owners. While the
stmni of November 4th was in
progress and before Miami lost
communication to the North. I was
able to telephone offieials of our
Mothers!
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Lto November 29, 1985
Miami
Y. M. H. A.
Notes
|!v Harry Schwartz
n/e trust that you all enjoyed a
hearty Thanksgiving dinner
till feel high in spirits phys-
ieally and mentally, Omain.
g that my mind is a bit be-
fuddled from reading and checking
proofs of the program book, I'd
;,!,,. enjoy the able assistance
lt- a Brisbane or Winchell to help
Leout. This not being very feas-
Hk I shall therefore carry on
I ne, "she cried."
pive weeks ago this column first
ngde mention of our fourth an-
bubI dance and the possibilities it
;,.,,! in aiding us erect a new home.
0w November 29th and only
five days remain before this gala
,,', will be held. It is indeed
sing <1"'1 over fifty per cenl
( the financial aid received by
I the program book was obtained
,,', rs than our faith.
,i lirman, Al Pallot, and his
, committees have devoted
iurs and days planning and
: | ii. ssary details in
i i make this, our fourth
| dai e, the greatest finan-
cial BUCCeSS over en-
any Jewish organization
i; ndance you will holp
affaii a huge buc-
... a as bring the erection
I the V. M. II. A. to
| zal ion.
say more, it would be:
welcome.
________THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
be obtained in the very ,, ,
ture.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs
Sol Rotfort, whose son of nine
months 0f age is now the proud
possessor of an extra tooth, which
gives him a grand total of two
Vas you dere, Sharlie? Then it's
two.
Orchids to Al Pallot, Al Gross-
man, Boris Schlachman, Manny
Teitler for working their head's
to the bone in making corrections
on the program book.
Page Seven
Ulg at No Name Key, where din-
ner was enjoyed, and the afternoon
spent in playing games and fish-
ing. Mr. Kit-chick was acclaimed
the best fisherman of the day, hav-
ing landed the largest fish, and
Joe Pearlman was a close second
with a Spanish mackerel, one of
the i'ii-t of the season,
Segal, Joe Wittenstein, Sidney
Baker, Morton Levy, Meyer Sigal,
students of the University of Flor-
ida, spent Thanksgiving in Orlando.
Mr. Sam Willncr of New- Jersey
is the guest of .Mr. I.ou Wolly and
family for the winter.
If you find yourself in need of
an escort for the dance see Bea
Silver or Boris Schlachman, who
probably will relieve your tempo-
rary distress.
Married men will be given the
privilege of bringing their own
wives. I'll be seeing you all De-
cember 4th at the Miami Beach
Country Club.
Key West Notes
Al one of the largest public re-
citals of the year, held by a local
conservatory of music. Miss Cyn-
thia Pearlman delighted the au-
111,1 by her artistic playing on
the piano. Violin selections ren-
dered by Sidney AronovitZ dis-
closed a technique that won very
favorable comment,
Among the entries of the Ar-
mistice Day sports program, spon-
sored by the recreation departmi nt
of the Key West FERA, was a
girls' swimming team represent
ing the junior high school. Miss
Anita Berkowitz won first place in
a 50-yard free style dash.
Miss Mickey Harris, who attends
the University of Miami, visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Har-
ris, for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Miss Holly Safer spent Thanks-
giving with her brother and sis-
ter-in-law, 'Mr. and firs. Eddie
Safer of Wauchula.
Greenberg, president of the syna-
gogue. At this meeting the mem-
bership committee will announce
the beginning of an intensive cam-
paign for members. Rabbi Julius
Washer will deliver the address of
the evening.
* *
Mr. s. Howard Rosendorf, prom-
inent In local civic circles, is a
patient at the Victoria Hospital,
where he underwent an operation
last Wei'k.
|......Illllllilli I'll; ~IH:IIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIII,lllll
Al the annual meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary the following of-
ficers were elected for the year:
Mrs. George (Cantor, president;
Mrs. Morris Holtsberg, vice-pres-
nt; Mi-. R, Kirchick, secretary;
Mrs. Joe Pearlman, treasurer.
Social activities for the year
were outlined, and improvements
planned for the synagogue, to be
made with auxiliary funds.
A special synagogue services
.Mi. and Mrs. Rubin Appel pre-
sented their son, Milton, for the
Bar Mitzva ceremony. Following
the tervices refreshments were
served, A commendable addn
was delivered by the conformant.
Orlando Notes
Mr. Willie Leiberman left for
York Sunday.
Miss Minnie Weiss spent
Thanksgiving in Tampa,
The Temple Sisterhood enter-
tained at a spaghetti .-upper- and
bridge for the benefit of under-
nourished school children Sunday
night at the home fo Mr. and Mrs.
Max Blattner.
SOCIETY
A joint me 'ting of the members
Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation and the Ladies" Aux-
vvill be held next Tuesday
evening, December 3rd, beginning
al o'clock, in the iynag
Plai for the coming season will
h Ii-in sed and the propi ed
I.......f a Valmud Tornh building
will be outlined by Mr. Joseph
H
Paints
Enamels
Varnishes
VALENTINE'S
Automotive Finishes
Brushes, etc.
[GLASS -Mir '
'.....IIIMIMIIIH.-
Following is the final standing
members who received aid
:am book of the fourth
annual dance:
1, Boris Schlachman; 2, Hymen
\ ; ;, Harry Schwartz;
J. Ja.k Apt.-; 5, Al Pallot, 6, Mil-
tun Friedman; 7, Joe Syman; 8,
Oscar Argintar; !>, Seymour Kap-
m; 10, Nat Blumberg; 11, Jules
Wilson; 12, Max Goldstein, and
lucky 13, Sam Seitlin.
The firsl social affair ol
:i .- ponsore i by the Ladii
Auxiliary, was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Monis Holt berg.
All members of the auxiliary, their
I usbands and also a few in
guests were in attendance.
Various caul games were in
progress until a late hour, when
most delicious refreshments were
served. Charles Aronovitz acted
as master of ceremonies al the
poker table.
Tin mi Club held its benefit
Wednesday. I leliciou 11
ii-ihmeiiis were served. Plans are
being made for the annual New
Near'- dance,
Miss Ruth Wolly returned from
a l WO months' trip to Philadelphia,
New Brunswick, N. J., and New
York.
The Women's Division had their
i officers last Thursday,
lected to carry on the
fork of this organization are:
re-elected president;
Mr... Marion Shindell, vice-presi-
Lehrman, re-elected Bec-
. and Sylvia Greenfield, ro-
arer. Congratulations,
I as t he members who
. on your fine choice.
An outing On November 17th,
which included almost the entire
Jewry of the Island City, included
a 10-mile drive to the ferry land-
BISCAYNE
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, Novembc
:

u.. mi Bros, have Bet a new
standard in "Broadway Gon-
dolier," which ^taris Sunday al Hi"
Tiv pli Theatre.
Possessed of an engaging Btory
and a romantic Betting, Dick Pow-
ell and -loan Blondcll, catchy tuneB
and hilarious comedy, ii is delight-
fully presented by an all-star cast,
which also includes Adolphe Men-
jou and Louise Fazenda.
Tin sicn-y revolves about Dick
I a New York taxicab
driver, in ins efforts t<> launch
upon a singing career. In this
ambition In- is aided by Menjou,
who convincingly portrays a brok-
en down Italian musical teacher.
The climax sees tin- romantic en-
tanglements all straightened out,
Imt how this comes about is what
Furnishes a most unusual finish for
this extremely enjoyable piece of
screen entertainment.
It used t.> It, -Set a thief t"
catch a thirl'." Now, it's "Sec 'The
Nitwits' outwit the thief."
licit Wheeler and Robert Wool-
>cy arc said to exemplify this va-
riation id' the age-old adage in
their ncue.i comedy, "The .Nit-
wit.-." starting Sunday at the Se\-
enth Avenue Theatre.
The boys are now cast as cigar
counter proprietors with sleuth-
ing propensities. Woolaey invents
a lie detecting machine which
.-hock- a nfession out of the most
stalwart liar. Wheeler writes
.solids with murder themes ..- Bit
BVOi at ion.
l-'rc d Keating, Mis- Grable, Ev
elyn Bn in and Erik Rhodes are in
the featured cast a- possible BUS-
pects.
Society
A cultural meeting of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will he
held at Beth David Talmud Torah
Tuesday evening, December 3rd,
when a program will he presented
under the direction of .Mr.-. Sylvia
Chertkoff. The program will be-
gin promptly at 8 o'clock. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.

Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami
Beach is sponsoring a benefit
bridge at the William 1'enn Hotel.
Miami Beach, Tuesday evening,
December 3rd, for the benefit of
its Talmud Torah fund. The pub-
lic is urged to attend. Prizes will
he awarded for high scores, and
refreshments will he served.
* *
Samet's Kosher Market and Del-
icatessen, in business at Miami
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Beach since 1929, has again re-
opened with a complete line of
foods, delicatessen and dairy prod-
ucts. The fruit and vegetable de-
partment will again be directed by
Mr. I. M. Grossman, who also op-
erate- the fruit and vegetable de-
partment at Merlin'.-. The strict-
ly kosher meat and poultry depart-
ment will this year be operated by-
Mr. Harry Carver of Bethlehem,
N. II. lie is the son of Rev. A.
Carver, v.ho was one of the ear-
lies) butchers in Miami, and who
was associated with Beth I'avid
Synagogue in 1924 and 1925. Sam-
et's in its combined departments
will provide free delivery service.
*
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women entertained with a benefit
card party Tuesday night at the
.Maniac Hotel, Miami Beach, for
200 guests. Miss Rosamond Klein,
Miss (oil rude Nehani and Miss Lee |
Kasanof won prizes.
* *
I.ate Friday night services at
Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami
Beach, will begin Friday evening,
December 6th, full details of which
will appear in our next issue.
* *
Mr. and Mr-. Morris I). Brenner
of Hagerstown, Md., and daughter,
Mrs. Baker of Baltimore, arrived
here to spend some time and are
being entertained by Mr. and Mr-.
Nathan Adclman, their cousins.
*
Spending the holiday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ber-
kowitZ, is Abe BerkowitZ, a stu-
dent at I he University of Florida.
* *
Rabbi Max Shapiro returned to
the city Wednesday from New
York, where he was one of the of-
ficiating rabbis at the wedding of
his brother.
* *
Plans for the third annual New
Year's Eve dinner sponsored by
the Miami chapter id' Senior lla-
dassah include a program of en-
tertainment that will have stars
of night clubs throughout this area
appear for the guests. In charge
of arrangements is Mrs. Sam Bi-
monhoff, whose committee will be
named some time next week. In
charge of the souvenir program are
Mesdames Barney Weinkle and
Alex Goldstein. The event will
again be held at the Floridian Ho-
tel, Miami Beach.
* *
Nomination of officers of Sho-
lem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, held
last Tuesday at Beth David Tal-
mud Torah Hall, resulted in the
$500,000 Palestine land Redemption Campaign of the Jewish National Fund of America,,,
being waged in all parts of the country, came nearer its goal at a banquet held last week al the Hotel
Plaza. New York City.
The above is a picture of the head table at the land Redemption banquet. From left t rj,,h|:
Mr. Bernard S. Dei.tsoh. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, Mr. and .Mrs. Maurice Levin, Dr. and Mrs. |srae|
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vice-president; Kliv Stone, seen- monitor. Plans for a gala wel- iiut-t and dance approved at tin
tary; William Friedman, treasur- come to the president and vice- Evans Hotel, Miami Beach.
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wJewish Fiendian combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY .No. IK MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOYKMBKR 2!t. lit.!:. Price Five Cent* jwish News Around the World h.i-h War Veterans to Honor Members of Jewish AllVmerican Eleven SeW York (WNS)—Gold footLi will "' awarded by the Jewl,h War Veterans of the United L. all .< to the members of the offi1935 Jewish Ail-American football team to be selected by in Kupcii sports editor of the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, in lo-operati"" with the sports editors of the Anglo-Jewish publications affiliated with the syndicate, j: was announced here by Lt. Abraham Kraditor, U. S. N. R., com|m)der-in-chief of the Jewish War Ktterans. Players selected for the : and third Jewish All-AmerI teams will receive engraved Jrertificati s. The presentation of I jold footballs and the certifil.-.. will be some time during ChaIrukah jointly by posts of the JewI. |Vai Veterans and Seven Arts I ,1 papers in the cities closest I colleges on which the Jewish AU-Americans played during • season. Noted Leader B'nai B'rith to Dies Suddenly Welcome Leaders Y. M. H. A. Annual Welfare Bureau Ball Wednesday Names Officers [Wpin Stores Not Necessary Any Longer .Mr. I. Gordeeff, the Torgsin repI itive in the United States, pnnuuni-nl last week that in view lofthc decree of the Council of PeoI; %  Commissars of the U. S. S. R. brfcring the liquidation of the (Torgsin stores, instructions have km forwarded to banks, steamship %  agencies and other organizations Bundling Torgsin orders not to acleept orders for remittance to the ll". S. S. R. after November 20th, JlM5. Torgsin stores in the Soviet [Union will execute all orders which [reach the recipients by December [loth, but the latter will have until [February 1st, 11)36, to make their [purchases. On that date the Torg[sin organization, which sells only [for foreign currency, will be dissolved and its stores and stocks %  turned over to the regular state [trading apparatus, under the su[pwvisioi, of the commissariat for Internal trade. Arrangements are being worked [out whereby in the future remit[unces to the U. S. S. R. will be iMndled in a manner similar to New York (WNS) His health undermined by the terrific strain of his public duties and by the flood of extra-official functions he had been attending by virtue of the Office he held, Bernard s. DeiltSCh, president of the New York City board Of aldermen and president of the American Jewish Congress from 1929 to 1935, died BUddenly at his home here at the age of 51. Funeral services for Mr. Deutsch Were held at Temple Emanu-El last Sunday morning, with Dr. Stephen S. Wise presiding. A memorial service will be held on December 1 at the Free Synagogue under the joint auspices of the American Jewish Congress and the Free Synagogue, of which Mr. Deutsch was an active member. Born in Baltimore September 25, 1884, Deutsch was educated in the public schools of New York, the College of the City of New York and New York Law School. Admitted to the bar in 1905, he quickly attained a distinguished reputation. In 1923 Governor Smith appointed him to the New York State Municipal Court Commission. Five years later Deutsch was named to the executive committee on character and fitness of the first judicial department. After making a notable record as president of the Bronx County Bar Association and vice-president of the New York County Lawyers' Association, Deutsch, together with Charles Kvans Hughes, Henry W. Taft and Samuel Seabury, managed and supervised the investigation of ambulance chasing lawyers in New York. Deutsch was finally nominated for president of the board of aldermen, which is equivalent to vice-mayor. He was elected and carried the whole Fusion ticket into office with him. Deutsch first became a factor in Jewish affairs in 1929, when he succeeded Dr. Stephen S. VV.se as president of the American Jewish Congress. He was re-elected to that office six times and resigned early this year. What promises to be one of the outstanding events of the current season will be the banquet and dance to be given by the local B'nai B'rith lodge Wednesday evening, December 11th, at Evans Hotel, Miami Beach, to welcome District Grand Lodge officers of District No. 5, Mr. Abe Shefferman, president, and Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs, vice-president. The officers will arrive in Miami as part of a statewide tour of Florida to acquaint members of the B'nai B'rith and' Jewry of Florida with the work of B'nai B'rith at the present time. Reservations may be made with Mr. Isaac Levin, president, who is chairman of the arrangements com. mittee, or with Mr. Elry Stone and Mr. .Nathan Adelman, members of the committee. Charges will be only $1.25 per plate. A program of entertainment will be presented during the evening with Congressman J. Mark Wilcox as one of the mam speakers of the evening. Concluding weeks of intensive work, members of the committee arranging for the fourth annual dance of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, under the leadership Of E. Albert Pallott, general chairman, and Boris Schlachman. dirertor, met Wednesday night at the "Y." The affair will be held at the Miami Beach Golf and Country Club and will begin at '.< p. m. next Wednesday. December 4th. In addition to the dancing, which will be to music provided by Walter Witko's well known band, entertainers from all night clubs in the Greater Miami area and other well known guest artists will be on hand to provide entertainment from the beginning of the event until the early hours of the morning. What is the largest souvenir program in the history of local organizations has been printed by the program committee as a memento of the occasion and will be distributed to the guests. In a statement issued yesterday Messrs. I'allott and Schlachman, %  that rning the sending of I rs to other countries. I'unior Council Observes Sabbath I Junior Council Sabbath will be I I tonight at Beth David [Synagogue. Kabbi Shapiro will P re ach a brief sermon on "AmerI •• Thanksgiving ... in What Miss Fay Oster is chairpan of the committee who will I ipate. Others are Dorothy I an, Sylvia Ritter, Mrs. Syl. hertkoff, Ida Fngler, Mrs. Vartrdde |. ( al M ,. s H W etnikoff. lUers for the evening are: Shir. allach, Norma Wernikoff, Casanoff and Rosalyn Klein. Council Asks Aid For Christians New York (N. C. J. ^-Asserting that "almost nothing" has .been done for Christian refugees "from Germany, the executive committee of the Federal Council of Churches today adopted a resolution endorsing the work of the American Christian Committee for German Refugees. "Having heard from representatives of the American Christian Committee for German Refugee. t it WO rk on behalf of thousands of Christian victims of the intolerance of National Socialism, the t,a | ..,u,, executive resolution said, the execu committee Of the Federal CoUncH ()f the Churches of Christ w America records its deep concern ovTthe plight of these brethren "45 ISCouncil's executive committee commends this undertaking to the churches. "ORT" Sets U. S. Quota New York (WNS)—New York State, with a quota of $200,000, heads the list of quotas announced this week for the $500,000 American ORT campaign by David A. Brown, national chairman of the fund-raising effort. Other quotas are: Pennsylvania, $00,000; Illinois, $50,000; Canada, $,'{0,000; Massachusetts, Ohio and New Jersay, $25,000 each; California, $20,000; Connecticut, Maryland, Michigan and Missouri, $21,500 each. Quotas for other states go as low as $1,000, the figure set for Arizona. Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota and Wyoming. Other quotas announced are: Minnesota and Texas. $7,500 each; Florida, Georgia, Virginia and Wisconsin, $5,000 each; Indiana. Kentucky, Oregon, Rhode Island and Tennessee, $4,000 each; South Carolina and Washington, $3,500 each; Colorado. District of Columbia, Iowa, Louisiana and Nebraska, $8,000 each; Alabama, Montana, Oklahoma and West Virginia, $2,500 each; Arkansas, $2,000; Delaware. Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, Utah and Vermont, $1,500 each, and New Hampshire, $1,250. "The quotas," said Mr. Brown in a statement accompanying the list, •were determined on a proportional population basis plus the economic status of each state. Thus New York is down for $200,000 of the §500.000 necessary for the maintenance of the 202 trade jchools and agricultural colonies ot the ,,KT in Poland, France, Russia. Latvia, Lithuania and Rouman ia. The ORT drive was officially launched last week at an .,,, dav conference of the North Atlantic seaboard section in New York City, which was attended by 1 i -JOO persons, representing all p hageg of Jewish life and thought ; in the area. The annual meeting of the Jcw• ish Welfare Bureau last Wednesday night at Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel heard reports of .1. Gerald Lewis, retiring president; Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary, and Louis R. Roth, auditor. A definite sum will be set aside annually to provide a revolving free loan fund for needy and deserving cases, according to a resolution adopted. Mr. It. R. Adler was named chairman of the annual "Night of Stars" benefit, with Mr. Jack Lear directing publicity. The Welfare Bureau will take care of worthy transients, according to a resolution adopted directing the executive board to devise means for providing this relief. The annual drive for members and funds will be in charge of a committee representing the local B'nai B'rith lodge, who offered its services. Reports of the nominating committee were unanimously adopted and the following were elected: Stanley C. Myers, president; Mark Max, first vice-president; R. R. Adler, second vice-president; Baron de on behalf of the entire committee >,, „ irst h M( V( 1 Sl ., 1 l tal y „,.. Krank said: "We appreciate the spirit of co-operation shown by Miamians, both Jews and non-Jews, as evidenced by their help in aiding our program. However, the real success of our weeks of effort lies in every Jew of this area and our non-Jewish friends being present next Wednesday night at our dance. Whether or not we are able to begin the realization of our hopes, the building of a Y. M. H. A. community building lies entirely in the hands of the general public. If our friends and public spirited citizens realize the dire necessity of providing a building where the Jewish youth and adult may be properly taken care of, then ihe Coret, treasurer, and Isaac Levin, assistant treasurer. Members of the board of directors include N. Adelman, A. Kurman, A. Aronovitz, L. Ackerman, Sam Blank, J. Becker, A. Berel, L. Barr, H. Bulbin, M. Cromer, H. U. Feibelman, man, M. Hoffman, H. E. Kleiman, Max Kupferstein, H. Landfield, II. I. Lipton, H. I. Magid, Paul Marks, H. Harkowitz, M. L. Marcus. I.. Weinkle, M. Orovitz, Elry Stone. M. Rauzin, Morris Rubin, D. Slann, Joseph Ginsburg and Manuel Rippa. Resolutions of thanks to .1. (ierald Lewis, retiring president, and Mrs. Sadye G. Rose were adopted. Mr. Stanley C. Myers, the new president, has been an acattendance next Wednesday night Uve worker in the Welfare Bureau at our dance will mark the beginning of the culmination of our hopes. We appeal to all to help us gain this goal." Protestants Urge Game Withdrawal for a number of years, having served as secretary, vice-president and chairman of numerous committees. He is also a past president of Beth David Synagogue and the local B'nai B'rith lodge. 1.0.0. F. Lodge Elects Leaders New York (WNS)—One hundred and thirty-eight of the leading Protestant clergymen of the United Mount Sinai Lodge No. 10, Instates, following in the footsteps dependent Order of Odd Fellows, of their colleagues, the Anglican last Tuesday evening elected the Bishops, joined in issuing a public following officers: Robert B. statement here denouncing and | Bern, noble grand; Samuel Hamcondemning the campaign of terror burger, vice-grand; David Lesnik. and oppression of the Hitler re-1 recording secretary; Joseph B. gime against the Jewish people. Schwartz, financial secretary; Daand demanding the withdrawal ofivid Goldstein, treasurer; Philip M. American participation in the Levi, Maurice Barrash and EmanOlympic games, if they are held in J uel Wesson, trustees. David LesNazi Germany. This scathing dej nik was named representative to nunciation of the Hitler regime the Grand Lodge at Arcadia. Mr. by Dr. W. Russell Bowie of the Grace Episcopal Church was made public in behalf of the signatories by Dr. S. Parkes Cadman of the Central Congregational Church; Dr. Samuel McCrea Calvert, secrcLevl was elected alternate. Three members were initiated and the first degree will be conferred Tuesday, December 10th. Recent additions were Harold Pont, David Boris, Max Jacobskind and tary of the Federal Churches of | Morris Gatt. Christ; Dr. Henry Sloane Coffin,! Mount Sinai Lodge is the only president of Union Theological Jewish Odd Fellow lodge in FlorSeminary, and Dr. Harry Emersonjida and was instituted September Fosdick of the Riverside Church.' 2nd, 1985,


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Page Eight THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, Novembc : u.. mi Bros, have Bet a new standard in "Broadway Gondolier," which ^taris Sunday al Hi" Tiv pli Theatre. Possessed of an engaging Btory and a romantic Betting, Dick Powell and -loan Blondcll, catchy tuneB and hilarious comedy, ii is delightfully presented by an all-star cast, which also includes Adolphe Menjou and Louise Fazenda. Tin sicn-y revolves about Dick I a New York taxicab driver, in ins efforts t<> launch upon a singing career. In this ambition Inis aided by Menjou, who convincingly portrays a broken down Italian musical teacher. The climax sees tinromantic entanglements all straightened out, Imt how this comes about is what Furnishes a most unusual finish for this extremely enjoyable piece of screen entertainment. It used t.> IT, -Set a thief t" catch a thirl'." Now, it's "Sec 'The Nitwits' outwit the thief." licit Wheeler and Robert Wool>cy arc said to exemplify this variation id' the age-old adage in their ncue.i comedy, "The .Nitwit.-." starting Sunday at the Se\enth Avenue Theatre. The boys are now cast as cigar counter proprietors with sleuthing propensities. Woolaey invents a lie detecting machine which .-hocka %  nfession out of the most stalwart liar. Wheeler writes .solids with murder themes ..Bit BVOi at ion. l-'rc d Keating, MisGrable, Ev elyn Bn in and Erik Rhodes are in the featured cast apossible BUSpects. Society A cultural meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women will he held at Beth David Talmud Torah Tuesday evening, December 3rd, when a program will he presented under the direction of .Mr.-. Sylvia Chertkoff. The program will begin promptly at 8 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. • • Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach is sponsoring a benefit bridge at the William 1'enn Hotel. Miami Beach, Tuesday evening, December 3rd, for the benefit of its Talmud Torah fund. The public is urged to attend. Prizes will he awarded for high scores, and refreshments will he served. Samet's Kosher Market and Delicatessen, in business at Miami WANTED Capable Jewish woman desires position ahousekeeper, cook. etc-., in exchange for home and small salary. Apply Manuel Rippa, 1120 S. W. I9th aw. Phone ii 7:;::;. FOR HOLIDAYS!! FOR HOYS AM) GIRLS Quality Bicycles For .">H Years America's FinesI FOR MEN AND WOMEN Rubber Mounted Chain Guard Built-in Streamline Luggage Carrier DELUXE JIFFV STAND WITH EVERY BIKE Also Westfield Bicycles S2l.fi."> u Velocipedes for Kiddies 2 to !i Years Old FLAGLKR CYCLE CO. JAKE COHEN. OWNER Hit WEST FLAGLER Phone 2-1538 Beach since 1929, has again reopened with a complete line of foods, delicatessen and dairy products. The fruit and vegetable department will again be directed by Mr. I. M. Grossman, who also operatethe fruit and vegetable department at Merlin'.-. The strictly kosher meat and poultry department will this year be operated byMr. Harry Carver of Bethlehem, N. II. lie is the son of Rev. A. Carver, v.ho was one of the earlies) butchers in Miami, and who was associated with Beth I'avid Synagogue in 1924 and 1925. Samet's in its combined departments will provide free delivery service. • The Junior Council of Jewish Women entertained with a benefit card party Tuesday night at the .Maniac Hotel, Miami Beach, for 200 guests. Miss Rosamond Klein, Miss (oil rude Nehani and Miss Lee | Kasanof won prizes. I.ate Friday night services at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach, will begin Friday evening, December 6th, full details of which will appear in our next issue. • Mr. and Mr-. Morris I). Brenner of Hagerstown, Md., and daughter, Mrs. Baker of Baltimore, arrived here to spend some time and are being entertained by Mr. and Mr-. Nathan Adclman, their cousins. • • Spending the holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip BerkowitZ, is Abe BerkowitZ, a student at I he University of Florida. Rabbi Max Shapiro returned to the city Wednesday from New York, where he was one of the officiating rabbis at the wedding of his brother. Plans for the third annual New Year's Eve dinner sponsored by the Miami chapter id' Senior lladassah include a program of entertainment that will have stars of night clubs throughout this area appear for the guests. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Sam Bimonhoff, whose committee will be named some time next week. In charge of the souvenir program are Mesdames Barney Weinkle and Alex Goldstein. The event will again be held at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. Nomination of officers of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, held last Tuesday at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall, resulted in the $500,000 Palestine land Redemption Campaign of the Jewish National Fund of America,,, being waged in all parts of the country, came nearer its goal at a banquet held last week al the Hotel Plaza. New York City. The above is a picture of the head table at the land Redemption banquet. From left t„ r j,, h|: Mr. Bernard S. Dei.tsoh. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, Mr. and .Mrs. Maurice Levin, Dr. and Mrs. | srae | Goldstein, Mr. and Mr.. Max Keinhardt. following being named: Isaac er; Dr. Frank Coret, monitor, and president of District Grand Levin, president; Nathan Adelman, Rabbi Juliua Washer, assistant; No. 5 were discussed and the bS vice-president; Kliv Stone, seenmonitor. Plans for a gala weliiut-t and dance approved at tin tary; William Friedman, treasurcome to the president and viceEvans Hotel, Miami Beach. 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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, N ovember % U Beth David Sisterhood is spon| ft soring its annual congregational dinner at its Talmud Torah Hall Sunday evening, December 1st, boginning ill 6 o'clock. The .vent will marl; the f rmal dedication of the renovation and re-equipment of the kitchen of the Talmud Torah. sa h Monday evening at Beth DaIsrael. Guests may arrange tames Reserva maj be made with vid Talmud Torah. The president %  bridge, poker, lotto or any member of the committee or Miss Sylvia Rayvis, introduced the jong by phoning Mrs. I.. Hartz, 2-7135, Mrs. Blutstein and Mrs. Isidor CoA regular meeting of the organ1 be held at Beth David a"Sfif y sa'Sra: a. i~ • > years, was the "Mohcl.' is a direct lineal descendantsf famous "Kllijah, Wilna Gaon" the "Shelo," another f mo ^ of the last century. The child named "Shlonio Chayim," („. paternal grandfather, 'poll" %  the ceremonies a reception held in the hospital. or Mrs. Harry Markowitz, 5-3539. A program of entertainment will include an address by Rabbi Max Shapiro, musical selections by Hen Bernard, and other entertainment. Mrs. Lewis Brown will be toastmiswith reference to it. preside at the refreshment table. aU ,. n ,|,.,| the bris of the new-born tress, with Mrs. Max Shapiro proA culture program committee On the hospitality committee wdl S(i|1 ()f Rabbi and Mrs. Julius nouncing the benediction. The cawas appointed, consisting of Miss ,„. u,. s Gerald Lewis. Mrs. Herdasher at the Victoria Hospital tering will be in charge of Mrs. S. Martha Spiegelman and Miss Crobert U. Feibelman, Mrs. Jules SuM(lav November 17th. The traJackson. In charge of arrangemer. The program chairman, Mrs. Pearlman, Mrs. H. Rosendorf, Mrs. ^itional ceremonies were observed. nunts is Mrs. .1. Engler, chairman, Ann Grossman, introduced Mrs. I. 1.,-vin. Mrs. A. (i. Levin, Mrs. L. Mr A J ac ob8, oldest member of i assisted by Mesdames II. MarkoSylvia Feldman, who gave a reZeintz, Mrs. Mark Max. Mrs. Gorlm congregation of which Rabbi I witz, R. N'ewberg, M. Apte, .1. Palview of Sholom Asch's "Motke, the don Davis, Mrs. Eva Richter and dasher is the head was the "sanlott, M. Daum, S. Seigal, II. OliThief." Miss Anita Silverman disMrs. B. Weinstein. Mrs. M. Plant ||ik • jj rg A B BM| grandmother phant, M. Schwartz, L. Hart/.. .1. cussed high life of Jewish news ; g chairman of tickets, assisted by (|( l)u D aby, was godmother. Othj Rotfort, M. W'einkle and M. .1. Kopof the day. Miss Myra GoodkowMrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. 1 oer8W |, 0 took part in the ceremony The monthly Hadassahgram bulBertha Marshall Ungar and Misurge d to be present, letin was distributed, and Miss Dorothy Ungar. Mrs. Sidney Mary Anne Kasmins, editor, spoke Meyer and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan will Mon llan onc hundred guests A large number of f ricnd tended the bris of the i„ Ianl \ -''"• an 1 Mrs. Sam Augnst J Sunday at the Victoria B.JT iria ii Following the ceremonies a "•','i tion followed in the hospital. RS B. D. Mindel was the Mohel. lowitz. The public is extended a cordial invitation to attend. Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold an important meeting at the sky explained the .judicial system bias Simon. Reservations may be in Palestine, and Miss Anne Eschma de by calling any member of ler gave several current items of the ticket committee or Mrs. Wolfson. interest. Tampa Back from an 18, I Temple, 137 V E. Nineteenth -t.. mile swing across the nation that Monday, December 2nd, beginning extended as far north as Edmonat 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. I. Levin, ton, Alberta, Canada, the Royal president, presiding. At this meetAmerican Shows, world's largest ing plat for the annual Chanuka midway organization, has started dinner honoring the birthday ob. • ons in their winghindl'l" Dr. Jacob II. •., quarters on the Florida fair[,.•„,. in will be discussed. In grounds here, the program to be preow, which is to oct Ml Etne | Lipowsky; treascd during the i upy the midway at the Floridi Greenfield; hisE. Max Goldstein. She will pr. transported on a train of t0| ia n Mrs David Rosenbloom; diMrs. E. L. rha r, promim .which rect01 S| Miss Beatrice Bornstein, e,ul.unman and parliamentarian i lW parked on the fairgrounds MN LiHian Falk Miss Josephine The Young Women'Hebrew Asion elected the following officers at itmeeting last Thursday night: President, Miss Beatrice Silver; vice-president, Mrs. Max secretary, Miss Nolle man; financial secrets la Engler; corresponding were Cantor Boris Schlachman and officers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and its Ladies' Auxiliary. Rabbi B. D. Mindel, well known in this area for ASK YOUR RABBI! Inquire of Your Doctor! When You N a Mohel They Will ]{,. Sure to Recommend RABBI B. I). MINDEL Recognized as Greater Minn Leading Mohcl Phones i!-^T(>4i —:{-22~o Coleman, Miss Ruth Drevich, Miss Elsie Reisman, Mrs. Max Shonkinan. Mr-. Nat Blumberg and Mi.-Florida, w conduct a parsidings. The -how will open its liamentary drill. Dr. Kaplan will |o.y, season in January at the Pigive a five-minute inspirational nellas county fair at Largo and will drill. Mrs. Larry Fay will be a | so be presented at the Orange Cn a r iotte Furman. heard in a group of songs and will Festival at Winter Haven, the Cen. Dmpanied by Annie Lama tral Florida exposition at Orlando Lee at the piano. Mr. Leonard Epand at several other county fairs. The Miami section of the Napeak on "Peace DeCar] Sedlmayr, general manager [ tional Council of Jewish Women is entertainnig with its annual memore than $50,000 would be spent bership tea at the home <>f Mrs. in improvements while in winter Max Wiggs, 1671 Meridian ave., quarters here. Members arc privileged 0 f Royal American, estimated that to bring friends and all out-of-theeity Temple Sisterhood members are asked to come as the special of the Temple Israel Sisterhood. A lai ndance marked the regular meeting of Junior HadasSun.-Mon.-Tues., Dec. 1-2-3 Dick Powell—Adolphe Menjou .loan lihuidell—Louise Fazenda BROADWAY GONDOLIER HrSAV€NU-6K'.W.7'* *v*.f,il f 5i 1 Pfconf/6! Sun.Mon.. Dec. 1-2 Bert Wheeler Robert Woolsey THE NITWITS Mrs. Isaac Levin will entertain the members of the executive board of the Temple Israel Sisterhood at a theater party and tea at I p. m. Saturday in Mayfair lane. In the receiving line with Mrs. Levin will be Mrs. -I. II. Kaplan, Mrs, D. .1. Apte, Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman, Among the out-of-town guests will be Mrs. Milton Morgenthau of New Orleans, Mrs, Louis Olin and Mrs. M. Rosenberg of Chicago, Mrs. Edwin Wolfe and Mrs, Isaac Kaufman of New York City and Miss Bettj l: thchild Bergman of New York and Miami. Adolph Cohen and her hter, Mrs, Mitchell Wi will give a bridge party at the Wolf-on home, 3466 Pine Tree drive. .Miami Bench, from -J to ."> p. m.. December •'>. The party will benefit the Sisti rhood of Temple Homes Equipped With "UNITED SHUTTER AWNINGS" | "Unite Safety With Beauty" | And Save You 1(1% on Your ) Insurance < oats I llomr Color Srhi-mrii Carried Out I Ml. IS SOW! UNITED SHUTTER AWNING CO. 600 N. E. 94th St. I'lu.inEdftwaUr IMS rmiiiiii MUM iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiililltlll MllllllllililiilHlnnilii:BUSCH'S VILLA Formerly Gerson's 13th SI. ami Colllm AM. Rooms and Meals Not one of the largest Hut one of the best Dining Room Open to the Public We specialize in Hungarian and Jewish cooking with a vor that's DIFFERENT. Pre* Parking in Uinr fur Patrons OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT At the MORRIS PLAN Ifi W. Klanlrr SI. Vincent H. Itrice. Mr. Miami Beach, on Wednesday afternoon, December 4th, at two o'clock. Mrs. Lewis E. Kothloin, membership chairman, is in charge of arrangements. She will be assisted in receiving by Mrs. Morris Alpei't, acting president, and Mrs. Max Wiggs. Those presiding at the tea urnwill be Mrs. George l.evinson and Mrs. Harry I. Magid. Mrs. Lewis Brown will be in charge of the guest hook. Special guests of the afternoon will he Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan. Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom, Mrs. Julius I. Washer, Mrs. Samuel M. Machtei and Mrs, Max Shapiro. The afternoon'.program will include a tableaux depicting the wide an I a ried work of the Council of Jewish Women. Mrs, Hyman Levy idirecting the tableaux, which will describe the following projects: Peace, immigration, health, education, Jewish tradition and Girl Scout work. Music will be In ge of Mr.-. Daniel Cromer. A membership tea for the benefit of the Sisterhood of Che-eil She] Kmeth was held last Monday at the home of Mrs. Pinkus Scheinberg. New members were welcomed and the work of the organization was explained by the president, Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Speakers were Mrs. Terry Stein and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt. Following the business session Mrs. Scheinberg served delicious refreshments. Mrs. Manuel Rippa, chairman of the rummage Store, made a plea for the donation ,,f rummage. The -to,e at 552 \. W. Second ave. is "i" n every Saturday evening. A dinner will be held in the near future, for which special invitations will be issued. Chairman in charge is Mrs. Pinkus Scheinberg, %  •%  -'sled by Mrs. Terry Stein, Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, Mrs. Kotkin, Worsted Flannel 3-Pioce Suils BY SOCIETY BRAND $ 35 Pur ha-e on Our New 1). P. h. rrcd IV men! PLAN l d iwn the ba'am %  in 30, GO an 1 !>0 days. Small carrying charge. T h r e e favorite st> le trends combined in this perfectly tailored suit. Grey color. P at c h Pockets, Double Breasted model. In a fine worsted flannel that will wear unusually well! 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Pane Four THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Z^lfy^Novem ber 29, 1935 The World's Window "The Trap" By II D Hi IK ISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature SyndiR luction in whi in paii > j forbidden. Any ment on this copj lt( :. my small il me with %  \ (, rnment nship." I' i Vet 1 ere was I: i he oked by ; ;itiI an Anil is an evi I only : |{h chieflj 01 u some ai ;i the TinNazis have broken ld< :i under :' human rights of the of men as such— limed and hailed in the th century, was held eternally incorporated henceAI. GROSSMAN y charter of westPresident of Ihe Miami Y. M. II. A. %  .). A wound ni> even the wound of inflicted up-: I! ..'.: beings arc n > a si they are hu'1 %  inn lished; homo homini lupus .. toward man, made the i .ilof a new 'IV. In brief, every minority is in a trap. The Jews of the diaspora arc the classical instance of a minority. It is their job to make ih.' trap less murderous ami cruel. What practical measures can they take? By facing the facts they ran consolidate their groups ami their groups' life and thus gain the highest degree of moral force and moral resistance in their power. Tiny can educate their children, so far as possible, in Jewish institutions, so far as possible supported as of right by their states. in integrate within themselves that moral power. They can gradually achieve and at least partial vocational shift and establish solid centers of closely settled Jewish agriculturists which will he both examples of productivity and cenif moral resistance. Thej i an and they must make their own the cause of all minorities caught i•> the liars of majorities and fight along a solid front. They must repudiate and resist all state absolutism, whether in Russia or in r h; Germany, and ail movein their landthat have atheir aim the absolutism of the slave state In America they are in luck. For here they need he to achieve all that merely good Jews and good Americans. For the tradition is on their side. (Copyright, 15*35, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate I daughter reports. BORIS S( III..UII.MAN Executive Director of the .Miami V. M. II. A. /ion whatever they like ... A mob of hooligans went from one Jewish house to the Flag Day Observance Land Kedeniption for land Plain Talk (Continued from Page 3) "My lather died after a complete breakdown caused by the hardships he endured to carry on the holy work of bringing to the TI at th %  afle by one -late Contribute for Palestine 111 %  every Jew it redemption" will be the call heard found with iron rods." The whites in all Jewish communities throughof Louisiana rush into nigger town; out the United States during the the Poles near Minsk rush into week-end of December 8th, when LUC lint, urn n "i >'C IIIKUCK i'' 11IV ; the Catholics of France Zion Flag Hay. sponsored by the J( wi h ,,,„,,,,. Bnd 8 „ humanity in the seventeenth century first Jewish National Fund of America. |u „.,„. UM( |, rslan liMLr (lf lh pur ated the Huguenots m the will be observedI for the 22nd time. „ f ife aMi| ingtilling within • assacreol St. Bartholomew s Eve A corps of Zionist volunteers, prin, h( h( arts „,. „„, J< wjsh tn a and then drove them into exile, cipally recruited from among lie,„ Vi ,,„-,. failh Rn(J th ;, n in. pont> i, oi course, in. Every minority lives in a trap. The brew school students and youth or, .. • ,, "">• "^ing. Tl a %  • epers ,„• the „,„, g0 mad ,,„. ganizations, will in each community rhi ." ^ T and experience are pretty constant. ,,,,.„„, naving „ otning „, ,,,, wit „ ,„,,,. ,,„. s:l| minjalur reproduc "-> seento me the p., ted epOnly there is hope, some faint hope, the minority. The trap is sprung, tions of the Zion flag, the blue'., % %  as the wretched facts are i L %  %  %  ,. ., Ills work goes on, as I observe. m. as in. ui.icuci tans an Lawa do n lt protect tne minority, white emblem of Zionism and of ,, ... i with i throhliiii" conTI i c c %  • ,. !" ., "'' leaves behind an organization Hie seared conscience of good men the Jewish National Home. The ,, .. c ". „. ., ... .. ... ,. ol youth known as the Seed of Abdoes not protect it. Nothing avails, proceeds will be applied to the acu i ,, raham. Isaac and Jacob. Only when men go completely mad, quisition of new tracts of and to ,. x ,,.,.,,., i i ,• j T' work of the .Seed of Abas the rulers "t contemporary (,er. accommodate the need of refugees, the and. ives in a trau. The Na.., u„..„ I .u i A %  raham, Isaac and Jacob, for whicn ...M i, a iia H i -o many naV( ( j on( n n(| | onK ,. r pioneers and immigrants who are ... ., turn of October 30 had an article c. ;,,„ „:„;i;, %  .,,, %  • '"' labored so ardently and sacri: feign to be Civilized men and make entering Palestine in ever-growing by Carlton Beals on the -'•;'"of th ,. ir brutishness no longer an innumbers. ticed his life wi bl carried on b y his disciples," Sabin Orgler's conscience. Let us then begin by facing the facts; every minority, however Well protected by the lawof the negro in Louisiana. "Ili> life Bl any given moment." Mr. I Hals writes, "hangs on the slender I of white emotional stability." This is a very profound and very true statement. The Germans have completely lost their trau|1 stability or, rathen, they have shifted their emotional center of equilibrium. Hence our people are destroyed. But the situation of the negroes in Louisiana proves that neither the protection of written law and statute nor the stricken conscience of many white fraction of the law, but the law itself, Many thousands of Jews, however fully our hopes in Palestine %  realized and however thoroughly we liquidate the exile of Israel in certain countries -many thousands of Jews will continue to live BS minority groups in a number of countries. And it is necessary to the life and future of these Jews that they are perfectly clear in their own minds concerning the CARBONS—RIBBONS BURTON BRAND World's Best C. BURTON CRAIG CO. 408 Fla. Nat'l Rank llldg. I'bone 2-4238 Miami, Fla. White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop *40 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortex Hotel ... nun own minus concerning tne Americans alters the minority s .... .. ,. ...... „ J | character of their problem, which fate. "The customary sport," according to Mr. li.al.-, "is for a gang of white drunks to rush into 'nigger is this: to make the world safe for minorities. Now they cannot do this unless they view their own ..... inis unless iney view their own town and •.-boot it up, break up ,. .. ,, status realistically— name v as that negro restaurants, insult the women and commit any violence that conies into its alcoholic brains." Now in Poland our people are of a minority. Had the German Jews done so, for instance, they would at least have had a station and a standing; they would have supposed to be protected not on v .,_ ... .. ., • been able, like the Jews of Poland, by national law. but bv mlerna, %  .. to voice a protest in some legislional law incorporated in the ,„, %  ,, f, „., latne assembly, however feeble: peace treaties. I hev constitute in ,. ...f.. they would have had at least a Inland a national minority and are ,, ,, voice that could be raised in apsupposed to have (and have, as ,,.., ... ... I'cal in the counsels and before the matter of form) their reprcsenta„_. ,. ,, ... r ,i i. r i ll,uits "f mankind. By insisting tives in both houses of the Polish „ ,. ,. that they were Germans and nothparliament. let on the same date :....,. 1 ... ,, „ ... >K hut Germans and integrated as that of Mr. Beals article in ... ... ... .. with no other unity hut that of the Nation, October Juth, the Jew,. n ..,,.' ... the German people, they have bei-h Morning Journal came out with ,.. „„ V£ Every Room with Combination Tub and Shower Bath, Radio, E.ectric Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer Ventilation, Comfortable Beds with Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction and Individual Re: ding Lamps. RATES 78 Roomi will. 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. ij( |. iy November 29, 1085 __^^ THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three pjewisti Florid'Ian *"" FLORIDA'S ONLY .•EWISMWKEILLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN 1'UHI.ISIIING CO P. O. Boa 21.73 Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES] „l S. W. 1Mb Avenue v., w Tower Bldg. J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, ClreulaUon Manager I'hone 2-5304 Phoiia 2-llSS Plain Talk By AL SEGA L "A God-Intoxicated Jew" iiiiiiHiiiiuiiiriiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimimmiMiiHimi LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By LOUIS PEKARSKY CANTOR BORIS SCIII.ACIIMW Field Represent*! rrS ,. Keond claaa mntu-r July A IMO. at the Po-t Office at Miami, I under the Act of Murrh X, 1879. — ^PETERSBURG [* A S. KLEINFELD Representative Florida, WEST PALM BEACH s. SCHUTZER Repn ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN ];. %  ... nlativo TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Sa llontlu Jl.no ..$2.00 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1935 Vol. 8—No. IN From I: ise Orgler Miller of 04 Rockaway Parkway, Brooklyn, 1 have received announcement of the of Sabin Orgler, her father, win,! i i used to think of as the •aim iesl of Jews. He walked with God and God | >ke to him. II" %  '•'' i II >m ome ol -ale Jews. When J Oi mel God, it no meeting of a hoy Boprano in a Protestant Episcopal church choir The Marx Brothers were given their unusual names by Art Fischer, a monologist, in Peoria, III. Noriir. shearer has won the distinction "f being the only motion picFour in One Al Jolson will be surrounded by three other stars and featured players of the Jewish faith in his next musical film for Warner Broth rStudio.-. The tWO noted tomics of the New York theatre, Frank Mitchell and Jack Durant, ture star to receive twice Photoand Sybil .la on, the new wonder play's Gold Medal Award. 'I hiis i mid star, have been engaged for conside ed one of the fines) citaihe Jolson screen play. tions of meril in the film industry Jolson's Btage career really IK Foe Penner has traveled more ir| '_ gan when he played one of a group than 50,000 miles in the -how busitimaleina the earth "' chlldn-n in "( ildren of the ness without leaving the United II' hoi Keen ; sell nlained mil '" al '''" Hera,d S 1U:,IV Tl1 "sionary to bring God back among ut, '' '" u York F"owing ""• na88C '" Hollywood, says H„. .|,. W he w vaudeville and minPrinz. He should know, because In his wandering about the c-oun %  liis filsl real o PP oihe is dance director at Paramount try he came from time to timi "" y came '" San l 1 -""'"" -i" sl my desk. Il was early this year Blondes are definitely ,eRoy This man seemed Isaiah ami Jesus, who was also our prophet God! God! God The -lews must Studio Chatter lake God back into their hearts. Although I.uise Kainer could not he said They have been win speak a word of English when she shiping the false gods of their maleft Europe for the United States. terialism ... If they stood with God love the that I saw him; some five y< ai had passed since his last previou but 1 remembered him al once as I looked up and beheld his rare figure tall, big i ed beard c; "Mr Orgler!" you remember me!" he ex I joyously It pleasured him immensely thai he wa i • memWe Accept the Challenge L^^ZLirVS 11 falls to (ho lot of every publisher to be damned if he ; himself beside me and does, and be damned if he doesn't. Presumably we, too, must '•" • i "" 1 though it was share this fate from time to time. •> ,( ""' :i1111 '• "" h d In mure lhan eight years of continuous weekly publicsI my < lion the .lewis*; Floridian has striven to serve, and serve : n only of Yom Kippur, the hour faithfully, the interests of the Jewish communities of Flor' nim seem •••' a11 '"" 8nort ida and'particularly that of Greater Miami. We can point u 'conscious of such a spiritual with pride to the fact that, despite the hardships and ob,lin aa never ot '" :1 *>" %  stades placed in our path, every shade of opinion of Jewrj )"•" kl| l ] lll i '^ has been given fair and equal representation in our columns. We can point with pride to the fact that we have not hesitated to champion the cause of everything that was just and Jewish, though at times it meant the loss of revenue that was sorely needed. Otlr columns were never for sale, and were always impartial. We defended the causes of those we believed unfairly assailed, though perhaps it would have been to our selfish \ l >; w ul be JwJ abov advantage if we had sided with the majorityWe do not ha JJ ; "",: ... %  i i _i — ... <:.,.. ..... wou i lee no pain ol anti-Senutregret a single stand that we took. Perhaps, at times, we ( ^ ^.^ ^ erred but to err is human. h { ( ., i(| From time to time competition was perhaps ol that kind that was un-Jewish that did not frighten us we knew we could count on the Intelligence of Florida Jewry. The early part of this year in purchasing the Jewish Unity and combining it with the Jewish Floridian we felt that we were thus able to give more of ourselves to the Jewish people of our communities. Of course, we had mountebanks spring ( Jewg )|a(| f tten 1Ijn They up from time to time with threats of starting another week., urguing the godg „,their ly here unless we would agree to pay moneys or do certain ( u ( ^ a| other things they desired however, these attempts were but short lived. Recently we were again approached with similar threats • we were told unless we would eliminate certain features from our paper another publication would be started. And thus we find as pretty a species of racketeering and ^ h ^ ( |||s v (i mf jn Ihe practice of misrepresentation in the very inception ol hour of travaili God was love t these connivers as one can picture, when on the stationer} announcing their INITIAL appearance they already carry 'he slogan. "Florida's LEADING Jewish Newspaper. I his despite preachings of justice, ethics, honesty and fair dealings that roll so gliblv off one's tongue. Of course, the mere fact that the winter season is apPro*ching ... or that politics are in the offing has notning to do with the starting of another publication nor do *e suppose that our stand against misrepresentation ol Jewish ideals by those professing to represent our people nas anything to do with this. We accept the challenge laid down. The Jewish Floridian will continue its policy of printing the news of the Jewish communities, regardless. The Jewish F those who, without right or reason. !>* •< -.' %  %  ;," u d jd m after the earthquake. To make If heard over ill %  iliu of the city b< ing rebuilt, he sa: on the piano .dose t the audience to Bing and deal.iii screen beauty. At present he has 200 girls working in pictures in production Chico Mai x i considered by expi rts to be one of the finest bridge playin bin %  make-up. The idea era in the country and has written caught on and shortly after he was a I ik on the subject ... In 1013 ia Iwaj appearanci. Il "Mars R met a vaudetor in Lot Angeles and him to accept a -100-a-week ib that had bei n offered to him he was Charlie Chaplin i irned from his New York vacation, during which laj rea d le v. eial pi:;., manusei mittcd bj Broadway stage producers arid visited friends. He showed no in%  in the play manuscripts. lie was 111' Winter Xi w Yoi had. with a Jewish theme, "The Jazz i %  ho waih sun ol a cantor, would like I %  • I he Jazz Singer" made into an American grand opera with himself in hi %  role. Jolson's own tyl< of "mammy" singing clearly shows ti ai iof the religious chanting which his father performed as a synagogue cantor. she could cany on a conversation in English when she reached HolSpeaks Broken French George Seltz, M. G, M. director, was making tests for a French gardener for his next picture. In each case the applicant was asked if he could speak French. finally, he came to a small German. "Speak French?" inquired the Jewish director. "Veil, yes, broken," came Uie reply. Groucho Marx sang as (Copyright, 1936, by Seven feature Syndicate) Arts He flamed as he spoke; his voice contained the intensity of one who carried tidings that lawas trying despairingly to make understood God! God! God! lie was essentially their (iod, bitions and all the false gods of n materialistic world, they who were the kinsmen of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. He knew God. He was sure he an mil mercy and justice and compassion. Love, mercy, justice and compassion were the prime inheritance of the .lews and why did they not gc forth to proclaim this inheritance to the world? What did the world require more than love, mercy, jusiice ami compassion? Thus Sabin Orgler preached to Orgler found kinsmen in Christian .lews wheresoever he went. Au| ministers as in rabbis. Hut, since thentic prophets (and Sabin Orgthe Jews had discovered God in lei was the only authentic Jewish the remote time, it was upon them propret I can think of) are not to restore Him to governance in paid salaries, must often go hunthe world. gry, wear patches in their pants. If we can speak of Jewish ovanSabin Orgler frequently hungelism, Sabin Orgler was a Jewish gered and made his way by the evangelist with none of the tricks kindness of Jews who felt grateof evangelists, with a flaming sinful for a glimpse of Sabin Orgler's cerity that is not in all of them, vision; they fed him, helped him with the poverty that few of them on the way to the next city where suffer. He was not honored in there were Jews who must he told organized Jewry which meets in about the God of Abraham, Isaac annual convocations to consider and Jacob. Now and then a rabbi caught tinvision and let Sabin Orgler speak Horn his pulpit. If he missed a meal. Sabin Orgler was content with the fullness of God that was in his heart. His Judaism was no narrow, %  self-serving creed. God was not a Jewish God and His life and justice were for all men. Sabin of an able and courageous leader and deprives the city of New York of a conscientious and upright public official who was always on the side of justice. Deutsch appeared on the Jewish scene six years ago ewish communities, regardless. ;ifk>r a distinguished record as a member of the bar. As 'loridian will not adhere to demands oi sidt n( ()f (he American Jewish Congress for six years, he at right or reason, profess to represent J<( revitalize that organization and to make it a decision without fear. The Jewish Floridian is here to stay and serve >ou "mink-banks to the contrary notwithstanding. Bernard S. Deutsch The death of Bernard S. Deutsch robs American Jewry ^ sen of the university. Hut perhaps his greatest contribution was to the city of New York, to whose board of aldermen he. BS its president, restored the prestige which years of political desuetude had lowered. His death robs New York of an irreplaceable public ant. and American Jewry of a leader of true visionwhat to do about the languishing Jewish religion. Nobody ever considers that what Judaism needs is such men as Sabin Orgler, who could even thrill me who am hard-boiled, who could give mia glimpse of a Judaism that had to do with other things than drives for money or with fighting anti-Semitism. Of course, such a man as Sabin Orgler could never he accepted by the respectable conservatives of organized Jewry. He did not conform to the standards, couldn't wear a frock coat gracefully, his shoes were not highly polished. • And yet I should not have liked to see Sabin Orgler put on a salami and have rophet re the ruler meager fortune he had than he would have been as a more privileged rabbi. Even being hungry was to be enjoyed, since it was for God, (Continued on Page 4)



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN BULLETIN #* i Wm ~" TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Mian i -fcl 137 X. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB 11. KAPLAN '^ii**l ^kflB Rabbi %  % %  —-iHiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiit. II r. Kaplan %  in on • %  I • 1 B'l ith." al 11 o'clock • Pr. .'of .. All %  : of I 1 %  i a 11th. H B'nai B'rith has a visitor or t ai thai %  ng will have I i %  meeting of this take placi on January This will ; %  a coi tional meeting •. urgent questi I I ittend Pli ase r< memgive thought to %  m that will I cusse the Jews in GENERAL account its holding company aunt,.,! lo ad vance to the Florida Power & i i„ h Company necessary m construction of it, the Electric Bond and Share Con pany rushed necessary man and equipment, the quick restoration ervice. Program committee of the Y. M. H. A. Beading from left to right, "In the emergency ... did nm bottom row: Milton Friedman. Jos. II. Syman, .lack Apte and Oscar appeal to the taxpayers or the Argintar. Top row: Jules Wilson. \l Grossman, Al Pallott, Boris federal, state or citj governmenu Schlachman, Harry Schwartz and Sat Blumberg. for any loans or financial aid whit. soever," said Mr. Estill. "With the important dates: Decei %  : I ii i mini 3r I, meel ing: De8 K to I Ith, ini%  B' %  \ %  • I f thai il as well), cial wo !. has been senl oul this N A trus yiiU (li(] „,,, expec( week. I know of nothing thai aid. advice and aholding and se lb II. K Dr. Kaplai i "Life I nd( r a ft T i %  :.. J He i. v contenl ;i <> the subi IJ iect "Tl ii< Rel Jew. He fillP"1 ""' •"-' %  'i They even bad Hispirit posts of their in you think one Yom Kipigh for one to a ak ot' spirituality to year? No more than the ntinue lovif she only comes into his life once a year. h itoo bad that the joy and ties ha\c departed from our religion ;m<\ only the sail part re. Buch athe sad melodies of the Kul N'idre and the memorial services. Even the Kaddish Jews are gradually disappearing. This letter is written for the in the belief %  ,,..<; i Miami, Fla., October 15, i ] of Ji wDr. Jacob II. Kaplan, ish history, I Tain id I ibbi Temple Israel, i. of the n %  ai VI an Fla. •' the prophets cannot My Dear Dr. Kaplan: fail tn be interesting to any Jew. I have listened to your Beries of A km lectures delivered during the holy purpose of giving vent to thoughts must instill a wholes respe I lays. If my memory serves me that have been pint up in my for them and their deed-. \II one, right, you solicited comments on mind. In writing to you 1 wish to having this knowledge could be irit. 1 am not going to comment on say that if this letter expresses religious, it. but personally I think the subanything worth while you might "1 feel thai the adult Jew has ject was timely. pass it on. been neglected. Proper attention I think my glance into your soul In closing I might add that if Company been an indi | pany in this great enii customers would out electric sen ice a much period and H greater inconvi nienc our employees m not have been paid their wai cash, and our would have lost tn cause the longer peri in restoring service would lost additional thousai lai of gross re\ %  nue." President Estill said because of this aiil from his holding and ice companies, be wa.able to devote all of his time to planning and organizing the regular forces of his company in immediately restoring the necessary sanitation and food services in the various stricken communities. "Klectric service was restored quickly because of this holding „.u:.i, ,u. aid the children. But and the object lesson which you Judaism could only re-establish it• ,'., lit is woefullj ignorant and striving to convey, as I see self into a comforter, bow beauticompany assistance, and Floridia not Wil ,dmit it. Can this it, is to bring back our Jew.to ful and enriched its people Would "<•* ^ijing through its 8U. SISTERHOOD be changed? I certainly hope so." an intelligent understanding and be! Mr : ," wrote "Business gw>An pen letter: "Thi American conception of an incorporeal God; Sit< I Civil I Union, 31 Union a God of love, a Cod in whose im'••'-' I Temple. s aarei N v v ... .,., in Bge V1 W( .,.. Vl .,. y lu .. iu Mrs. Isaa U % %  n ai I Mrs. Mori ,. tifu |. : of every American There is no people on earth who M Weinsl • this instituwen -,, God-like as our Jews were K l m read th lin< 1Mi .,,.,; con .,, L ^ a|K who ()f a „ ce8, sider it the fines! pie in the world have become in-G Hike, ted this week bj Mrs. Julius 8trikes a th( v .. waj time y "" '" : : the our life, th. g larai te< if civil Sincerely yours, JACK BERNSTEIN. Holding Company Aids Miami erally is being carried on as u.-ual." he said. Judging from all reports, Florida is ready to receive and .%  its possible winter visitors and have them enjoy with it the finest winter season in its entire history I— all because you can't down that l: Miami, Fla.—In a letter mailed well known Florida spirit any more to senators and congressthiin you can fj n ,| a substitute for Florida climate and sunshine. drive. Miami Beach. Mi -. \ i : ighter, Mrs. \l tchi II Wolfson, will be th \ 75c. The next m. I Sister. will be held December 2nd at Kaplan Hall. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 3 o The following birthday, were celebrated in th last week: Shirley Levy and Albeit Weintraub. Qui • n without answer: One of the children of the Religious i. asked • %  abbi this question: "Why don't the Jewhave a Religious school and servi i Thanksgiving 1 lay'.'" Tin;. a ide for the various to visit the library: Intermediate department, class 1. 10:35 to 10:45; intermediate department. 2, 11:35 • %  11:45; intermedepartment, classi 3 and 1, 10:45 to 10:55; high school department, class l.n :05 to 11 ;i">: high school department, class -. SaturShell's Food Store, Inc. 1235 S. \Y. EIGHTH ST. R. C. MOSS. Mgr. PHONE 2-7.->29 Handling the Finest in Groceries, Meats. Fruits and Vegetables SERVICE — QUALITY — ECONOMY ALL COWS OX PERRY'S DAIRY the recent hurricane, which caused a minimum loss of (760,000 to bis any. "It would be neglect of duty on my i art if 1 failed to tell you that again the American Power &; Light anj and Klectric Bond and Share Company, our respective holding and service companies, have been of tremendous benefit to Florida Power & Light Company, ^ its customers, itemployees am its security owners. While the stmni of November 4th was in progress and before Miami lost communication to the North. I was able to telephone offieials of our —Mothers! BAY BEE DIE DEB BUPPLY LAUNDRY We supply, daily, all the sterilized, snowy white, fresh diapers you nei d. Used ones (for which we supply neat container) an P' c !" up daily—ALL AT A MOSl MODERATE COST llaby ( lolhm Our S|iiriltr OFFICE AND PLANT 422 SW. 22nd Ave. PBONE 2-611! ARE GOVERNMENT TESTED Be Sure Your Milk Is From Government Tested Cows FRESH YARD EGGS From Our Own Farm PERRY'S DAIRY Phone 2-7221 (i2(i X. \V. 10th St. BOBBINS BOOKING & SHEET METAL WOBKS Responsible Roofers Since 19 Inspections and Estimates Free.^ %  • %  and holding companies and 222 N. W. 2fifh St. Phone 23,0 -£Mlimil||||(!lllllllllll|l Mill Hill II I II % % % % % %  II I "; = Ex>5 *-o5£ ^-^ivv 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHOXE 2-4548 I he Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables -"'"" minium „ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" '"



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Friday, November 29, i'.i:ir> Jacksonville News The Jacksonville unit of Senior sgah will be represented by jL Ben Stein, president of the hapter, as delegate to the ., n ior-Junior Hadassah conation, i" take place in Cleveland, from November 28 to Dember L beginning on Thanksl,.,-,-, November -H, and con. jtinuing unti December 1. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five STATEWIDE NEWS Daytona Beach Notes of the executive board in the Temple Mrs, i.. P. Lippman, president of f em ple Sisterhood, presided at eeting morning Home. Ufg, Max Oberdorfer was leader ij of the literature group |. m ple Sisterhood Tuesday in the Temple Home. troduced by Mrs. Paul .inn;.n of the literature and reviewed Stefan "Mary, Queen of Scotland i es." An i n i iting event of the Tem%  ihood which is always the elaborate benefit given by organization, will be the anabaret, to be held in the ,,,i of the Windsor Ho11, cember 16. young bride-elecl happiness for the future and presented her with an exquisite dresser Bet of rose coloi as a memento of the event. Following the dinner party the group adjourned to the Florida Theatre. Attending this lovely affair were: Mrs. [sadore Moscovitz, Mrs. Milton Gelbman, Mrs. Jack Landau, -Mrs. Nathan Morganstcm, Miss Rosilyn Magezis, Miss Mary Kramer, Miss Alyce Schevitz and Miss Mollye Schemer, The annual Daughters of Israel Thanksgiving ball last night was one of the outstanding events of the year. Mr. Harry Greenblatt has reMrs. Men Setzer, in charge of turned from a two month-' busithe sale of tickets, was assisted by '"'" 'rip '" Georgia and the CaroMrs. Hen Hake,-, Mrs. A. Selber. Ima8 Mrs. S. DatZ, Mrs. lly Safer, Mrs. A. Becker and .Mrs. If. II. YoftVe. P*\m Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Mrs Sam Gamce was in charge ""'' Monday evening at the home West Palm Beach Sylvia Alterman of Keypoint, N. •I., and Milton Wasserman. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Wasserman of this city, wire married Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Auerbach, 330 Central Drive, in the presence of the family and friends from Miami Beach, New York and New Jersey. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Isser W, Muskat of Congregation Beth El. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left on their to New York, Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rutberg entertained at .aids at their home Thursday night, November 21. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. George Liebman, Miss Marian Rutberg, Mrs. Sylvia Wasserman, Mr. and Mrs. Lotus E. Goldman, Franklin Lee, Mrs. Cecile Shemer, Albert Rutberg, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Heed. M ,.s. s. S. Coffin is chairman of „,• decorations of the ballroom, as"' Mr "• ''• Gruner, Washington immittee in charge of ar... nts, and elaborate (dans been made for the affair. Dancing will be enjoyed throughevening, and interspersed n the datives will be a num%  i of attractive vaudeville acts %  rd by the master of cereElliott Butts. Res rvations may be made with M:Kay Halle. Miss Bora Shapiro, who became le of Raymond Brice on No24th, was feted Wednesday with a dinner and theatre by the Nottaman Club, of -he is a member. The party met at Berney's Rest, where dinner was served private dining room. The cards in pale green gave the finishing touches. Toastmaster for the occasion was .Miss Rosilyn Mawho wished the charming sisted by Mrs. Jack Landau, Mrs. Drive < Prospecl Park, where many II. Setzer. M>-. I. Moscovitz and interesting matters of concern to Henry Hertzenberg. Moss, bal""' '"''•'' '"' ll r '' : ""' tne B nai B'rith loons and lantern.were hung from were discussed. A committee to the ceiling of the room, with cornmake arrangements for a welcome Tampa section, National Council Of .Jewish Women, will observe Junior Council Sabbath Friday evening, November 29th, at 8 o'clock, at Rodoph Sholom Temple. Master Marvin Aronovitz, son of Mr. anil Mrs, Manuel Aronovitz, will read the introductory service. Harvey G. Witln.r, son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Winner, will give the Ki.ldush. Miss Mollie Bergman will read part of the serviceand Miss Kayo Birnback will speak on Junior Council work. Miss Kuth Salsbury ... .... ., ., ... Mi-s Elizabeth Grus plans to will give two vo.al numbers. ,-.,,%  ,leave next week with I rienils for New York, she was planning Rabbi David Zielonka spoke on spend this week-end in Miami. "As Others See Us" last Wednesday afternoon, November 20th, at Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ginsberg are the Y. M. II. A. building. These home after having spent some time lectures are being sponsored hy the. visiting their daughter, Mrs, Zelda Tampa section, .National Council of Blooinhurg, in New York. Mrs. Jewish Women, and have been thorBloomberg last month gave birth A Chanuka program, with exi hange of gifts, and a belated debate, are on the program when the Progressive Club meets Friday night, December 6th, at the home of Miss Marian Levey, 112 North Beach st. Miss Kuth Epstein will assist with the program. The Progressive club is also planning a .-upper party with guests on December --. oughly enjoyed hy all those present. -talkand pumpkins placed in the corners. Mrs. Gamce and Mrs. Landau were in charge of the nov< ity dan.e numbers. The refreshment committee, headed hy All'-. .'•I. Wexler, was assisted by Mr (). Magezis, Mrs. .1. Sloat, Mrs. W. reception in honor of Mr. Ah. to her first child, a son. The Tampa section, National Council of Jewish Juniors, sponSchefferman of Washington, B.C., sored a benefit .aid party in the district grand lodge president No. 5, B'nai B'rith, was appointed. A social hour followed the meeting, when delicious refreshments were served. .schemer, Mrs. M. Margol, Mis. M. Feldman and MisEthel ,1001. Cig arettes and smokes were in char 1 .:, of Mis. Ben Chepnick and Mrs. 11. Setzer. The local Young Judeans met Wednesday evening at the home of Saul and Rosa Goldberg on South olive ave. The meeting was very Willie Silverman was master of interesting and many important (iuests were received mattera were discussed. Strictly Confidential ceremonies. at the door by S. Datz and Mrs. A. Selber. The proceeds of the dance will he used for the Jewish Center Hebrew school. Tidbits From Everywhere B) PHINEAS J. BIRON Aryani-mDon't forget that it was here 'hat you first heard about the Nazi tieup with the murder of Dr. fritz Gebhardt, German economist Since we spilled the dope it 'eloped that despite his Jew: -h wife, Gebhardt was a pal of General Goering and due to replace Hans Luther as German amor Incidentally, Vera Stretz, Gebhardt's slayer, got Sam Uibowitz as her attorney by selling her autobiography to a New i'>fk morning newspaper HitMembers and friends of Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood enjoyed the Wednesday afternoon card party at the home of the hostess, Mrs. Harry Halpern, at the Dixie Terrace quake They will be the echoes apartments. Several tables of of the oratorical storm at the anbridge were played, with high score nual A. A. U, convention in New favors awarded at each table. Rework, where the Olympic issue w'ill freshments were served after the he given its final innings The games. president of the New York Ilakoah Athletic Club, one of the leading Mrs. Ben Ryder and son, Julian, soccer teams in the land, is Dr. w ho spent the last few weeks in Max Lowenthal, leading Zionist Atlanta, have returned to their The Palestine soccer football team, Hapoel, will come to America this spring for an exhibition tour. Fragments Leo Spitz, new boss of RKO pictures, is a nephew of Governor Homer of Illinois Donald Friede of the Covici-Friede publishing house is trying to make up with his ex-wife, who is the daughhome on Garden ave. ter of Arthur Garfield Hays '"will probably fire the advertisAfter his London concert in Janing manager of his Voelkischer j uar y Yehudi Menuhin will retire Beobachtcr when he learns that a from the concert stage for a year isiness man, now a refu0 f rest and study on his California Be in this country, got most of ranch The Yiddish Folks The%  %  • %  • moi ey out of Naziland with the Unconscious help of the Nazi sheet. SpertraU Majrie Rosenbloom, ex-king of ight heavies, will have an important role in "Green Shadow," ''^ %  %  i] %  ^ Pictures' forthcoming flickth atre is running a benefit for N.w York Christmas fund The children of Helena, Mont., will soon be attending school in a synagogue Temple Emanuel in that city has given its building to the Montana relief commission because many of the schools were damaged hy the recent earthquakes. r • • %  Al Singer, former light**lght champion, is taking no chances on the possible failure of Footlight Flickers • 'in. back He's bought an New York movie critics who at"ttest in a New York night club tended the premiere of "The Land •If you hear strange noises 0 f Promise," Palestine talkie, got (1 Friday, Saturday and Sunday their invitations via cable tb ">' won't be caused by an earthKeren Hayesod headquarters in Jerusalem Belle Baker is forsaking vaudeville to take her first rule in a legitimate play Sonya Levion is doing the scenario for that picture which will feature the I bonne quintuplets .. Jesse Lasky and Louis B. Mayer, movie bigwigs, aren't talking to each other Mervyn LeRoy, son-in-law of one of the Warner brothers, may shift to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) An Open Letter My Dear Friends: ] am using The Jewish Floridian for this message, knowing it is the only way to reach every Jewish home in our community. In behalf of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau I am appealing to every Jewish woman to become a member of the auxiliaryAt this time, more than ever before, we need the co-operation of every Jewish woman. If you arc unable to do active work personally, I want to assure you that your membership dues will work for you. This not only gives auditorium of Rodoph Sholom Temple last Tuesday night. Prizes were won by MisKuth Salsbury, Mrs. .1. D. Rosenthal, Mrs. Wittman and Dr. Rosen. Refreshments, consisting of home-made dainty cookies, which were made by the Junior Council members, and tea were served the guests immediately after the games. Miss Jennie Bronstein returned last week from an extended visit with friends in Tuscaloosa and Birmingham, Ala. TAMPA Y. M. II. A. NOTES At the general meeting held on Monday the program of activities for the season was decided on and important committees were appointed. The Chanukah dance to be held on Wednesday evening, December 25th, has aroused the active interest of members and their families, and all are looking forward to the most brilliant social success accomplished thus far. The junior basketball team is practicing judiciously under Coach Wayne and they are preparing to play their first game with a local team, to be announced shortly. The Junior Girls' Club holds its regular meetings on Friday afterRev. Joseph Schenker now has his Sunday school classes well organized, he reports. Assisting him in teaching are MisK.-ta Saffer and Miss Elizabeth Grus. The children this week were allotted parts and recitation pieces for a Chanuka program to he given in a few weens. It is expected that this city's population will swell this weekend with college students returning for the Thanksgiving holiday. Boys and girls will come from Gainesville and Tallahassee. Al Sontag of Miami was a visitor in Daytona Beach for several days last week. Miss Marian Levey war.-.bed uled to address this week the journalism class of Mainland High school, telling of experiences while working on newspapers. noons. It is now preparing to give a Chanukah play and party. The Co-Ed Club meets on alternate Monday evenings, its sponsor being Mrs. Harry Cohen. ing you for your co-operation, I am Most sincerely, (Signed) MRS. IDA OPTNER, President. temporary relief to our less fortunate brethren, but in many cases enables us to rehabilitate them, making them self-supporting. The auxiliary has a rummage store located at 157 N. W. Fifth Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish st. Should you have any clothes Welfare Bureau. Or furniture which you would like to give, we will he very happy to \ cw York (Special)—Reports call for same. Very often we f ro m Mizrachi chapters indicate clothe whole families and improve that the Mizrachi annual convenhome environments with these contion, to be held in Washington, D. tributions. The balance is sold at C., on Sunday, Monday and Tuesthe store and the moneys derived ,| aVi .January 12th, B'ith and 14th, used for welfare work. will be the most widely attended We now have several groups of parley in the organization's hiswomen soliciting for membership, tory. Not only will this occasion Should you he out, please mail your mark the twenty-fifth anniversary check for $2 to Mrs. Stanley C. of the movement in America, but it will also be featured by the presence of a distinguished group of Myers, 512 S. W. Twenty-first ave., who wdll gladly acknowledge same. Our next business meeting will European Mizrachi leaders, coming be Monday, December 16th, at the Mark Store auditorium, and you are all cordially invited. Hoping to see you all, and thankto this country especially for this event. Heading the European delegation will be Rabbi Meyer Berlin.



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Lto November 29, 1985 Miami Y. M. H. A. Notes |!v Harry Schwartz n/ e trust that you all enjoyed a hearty Thanksgiving dinner till feel high in spirits physieally and mentally, Omain. g that my mind is a bit befuddled from reading and checking proofs of the program book, I'd ;,!„,,. e njoy the able assistance lt a Brisbane or Winchell to help Leout. This not being very feasHk I shall therefore carry on I ne, "she cried." pi ve weeks ago this column first ngde mention of our fourth anBUBI dance and the possibilities it ;,.,,! in aiding us erect a new home. 0w November 29th and only five days remain before this gala ,,', will be held. It is indeed sing <1"' 1 over fifty per cenl „( the financial aid received by I the program book was obtained ,,',„ rs than our faith. ,i lirman, Al Pallot, and his committees have devoted iurs and days planning and : | ii. • ssary details in i i make this, our fourth | dai e, the greatest financial BUCCeSS over enany Jewish organization i; ndance you will holp affaii a huge BUC... a as bring the erection I the V. M. II. A. to | zal ion. say more, it would be: • welcome. THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN be obtained in the very ,„,„ %  ture. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs Sol Rotfort, whose son of nine months 0 f a ge is now the proud possessor of an extra tooth, which gives him a grand total of two Vas you dere, Sharlie? Then it's two. Orchids to Al Pallot, Al Grossman, Boris Schlachman, Manny Teitler for working their head's to the bone in making corrections on the program book. Page Seven Ulg at No Name Key, where dinner was enjoyed, and the afternoon spent in playing games and fishing. Mr. Kit-chick was acclaimed the best fisherman of the day, having landed the largest fish, and Joe Pearlman was a close second with a Spanish mackerel, one of the i'ii-t of the season, Segal, Joe Wittenstein, Sidney Baker, Morton Levy, Meyer Sigal, students of the University of Florida, spent Thanksgiving in Orlando. Mr. Sam Willncr of NewJersey is the guest of .Mr. I.ou Wolly and family for the winter. If you find yourself in need of an escort for the dance see Bea Silver or Boris Schlachman, who probably will relieve your temporary distress. Married men will be given the privilege of bringing their own wives. I'll be seeing you all December 4th at the Miami Beach Country Club. Key West Notes Al one of the largest public recitals of the year, held by a local conservatory of music. Miss Cynthia Pearlman delighted the au111,1 '• by her artistic playing on the piano. Violin selections rendered by Sidney AronovitZ disclosed a technique that won very favorable comment, Among the entries of the Armistice Day sports program, sponsored by the recreation departmi nt of the Key West FERA, was a girls' swimming team represent ing the junior high school. Miss Anita Berkowitz won first place in a 50-yard free style dash. Miss Mickey Harris, who attends the University of Miami, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Harris, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Miss Holly Safer spent Thanksgiving with her brother and sister-in-law, 'Mr. and firs. Eddie Safer of Wauchula. Greenberg, president of the synagogue. At this meeting the membership committee will announce the beginning of an intensive campaign for members. Rabbi Julius Washer will deliver the address of the evening. Mr. s. Howard Rosendorf, prominent In local civic circles, is a patient at the Victoria Hospital, where he underwent an operation last Wei'k. | Illllllilli I'll; ~IH:IIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIII,lllll Al the annual meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary the following officers were elected for the year: Mrs. George (Cantor, president; Mrs. Morris Holtsberg, vice-presnt; Mi-. R, Kirchick, secretary; Mrs. Joe Pearlman, treasurer. Social activities for the year were outlined, and improvements planned for the synagogue, to be made with auxiliary funds. A special synagogue services .Mi. and Mrs. Rubin Appel presented their son, Milton, for the Bar Mitzva ceremony. Following the tervices refreshments were served, A commendable addn was delivered by the conformant. Orlando Notes Mr. Willie Leiberman left for York Sunday. Miss Minnie Weiss spent Thanksgiving in Tampa, The Temple Sisterhood entertained at a spaghetti .-upperand bridge for the benefit of undernourished school children Sunday night at the home fo Mr. and Mrs. Max Blattner. SOCIETY A joint me 'ting of the members Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and the Ladies" Auxvvill be held next Tuesday evening, December 3rd, beginning al • o'clock, in the iynag Plai for the coming season will h • • Ii-in sed and the propi ed I f a Valmud Tornh building will be outlined by Mr. Joseph H Paints Enamels Varnishes VALENTINE'S Automotive Finishes Brushes, etc. [GLASS -Mir IIIMIMIIIH.Following is the final standing members who received aid :am book of the fourth annual dance: 1, Boris Schlachman; 2, Hymen \ ; ;, Harry Schwartz; J. Ja.k Apt.-; 5, Al Pallot, 6, Miltun Friedman; 7, Joe Syman; 8, Oscar Argintar; !>, Seymour Kapm; 10, Nat Blumberg; 11, Jules Wilson; 12, Max Goldstein, and lucky 13, Sam Seitlin. The firsl social affair ol :i .ponsore i by the Ladii Auxiliary, was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monis Holt berg. All members of the auxiliary, their I usbands and also a few in guests were in attendance. Various caul games were in progress until a late hour, when most delicious refreshments were served. Charles Aronovitz acted as master of ceremonies al the poker table. Tin mi Club held its benefit Wednesday. I leliciou 11 ii-i % %  hmeiiis were served. Plans are being made for the annual New Near'dance, Miss Ruth Wolly returned from a l WO months' trip to Philadelphia, New Brunswick, N. J., and New York. The Women's Division had their i officers last Thursday, %  lected to carry on the fork of this organization are: re-elected president; Mr... Marion Shindell, vice-presiLehrman, re-elected Bec. and Sylvia Greenfield, roarer. Congratulations, I as t he members who on your fine choice. 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