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The Jewish Floridian ( December 6, 1935 )

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wJewisb Fleridian combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY 8_A'o. 19 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER li. l!.r> An Open Letter r he Jewish Floridian |imi. I'lDnr Editor! I feel that in a matter that inL hfS (he honor of the Jewish ommunil>. it behooves me to acuainl the Jewish public with every id in mj possession. About a month before (he High [olj days, the latter part of AuUst. 1935, RabW S. M. Machtei jpproachcd me and began negoi,li„iis with me to serve as sexon and perform other duties for iim and the Radio Syitagog in a Ijnyan I" be established at Lu, rs London Arms Hotel, Miami leach. We agreed that I was to ecei\c twenty-five per cent of all he net proceeds; I was to be retbnned for any moneys that I iBht expend for the synagng serving. I was to keep all moneys domed for me. I worked hard ... I sold tickets I helped in the services and lid everything I was supposed to lo. When the services were over approached Itabbi Machtei and rmanded an accounting. lie put leoff all the time. I asked him pay me for the moneys I had 1 out for him. for building the irk, pulpit, etc. I asked him lot ay ne moneys that belonged to le lhat he had collected for me. touch I called him, spoke to him nd tried CUT; way to get him igive me an accounting) I could nothing. As a Jew I deemed it y duty to avoid bringing suit in ourt against a man professing to la rabbi. On last Monday nlghl went to Rabbi David I. Rosenocwi and asked him to call Rabbi achtii to a "'Din Torah" before "Beth Din," consisting of Rabbi lax Shapiro of Beth David, Rabbi ulius Washer of the Miami JewOrthodox Congregation and abiii Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob %  tregation. A summons was Hit on behalf of the three rabbis %  ing him to appear before them I Wednesday night. Tuesday aftMon, alter he had received the' MODS, Itabbi Machtei called me nd wanted me to come to his home 'talk the matter over with me. I idincd and told him I wanted the •tier heard before the rabbis so *t I would Ret what was fair. Wednesday, after he received summons, and not before, I red a letter from Rabbi Mach1 in Which he sent me a money *f for ten dollars, saying he "I held this money belonging to and that he had offered it to e before (this being untrue). I *n appeared before Rabbi RosWoom Wednesday night at the 'Pointed time and was then in'nied that in answer to a pera' call by Rabbi Rosenbloom he been informed by Rabbi Machinal he would not appear and •"Id not answer the summons for '"in Torah." 'ince our local rabbis have no '> lo enforce a summons, there 'l hut one course to me f filing a suit in the proper *" to compel Rabbi Machtei and Radio Synagog, both being one ""' -nine, to give me an ac"""'nu and to ,| () thai which orBeth David Holds Dinner One of the outstanding affairs of the present season was the firsl of a series of congregational dinners held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall and sponsored by Betn David Sisterhood. Mrs. J. Engler, chairman of the arrangements committee, introduced Mrs. Lewis Brown, who was toastmistress. .Mrs. Max Shapiro offered the invocation. Addresses wire made by Mr. Harry Gordon, president of thesynagogue; Mr. Stanley ('. Myers, past president of the synagogue 1 ; .Mrs. William Robinson, president of the sisterhood, and Mrs. Morris Dubler, vice-president. Thanks for the splendid gifts which provided the kitchen with new dishes and silver, were expressed, and many of the donors were introduced. The main address of the evening was delivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation, who made a stirring address in which he plead for help to the Talmud To. ah and for adherence to Jewish tradition and ideals. Ben Bernard played a number of piano selections. Cantors Louis Hayman and Boris Schlachman joined in the singing of Hatikvo and Sholom Aleirllem. ffnai B'rith to Welcome Leaders Coming to Miami in the interests of B'nai B'rith, Mr. Abe Shefferman, prominent attorney of Washington, I). ('., and president of District Grand Lodge No. 5, will be accompanied by Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta, first vice-president of the District Grand Lodge, and a prominent Jewish communal worker of the South. Concluding a number of conferPrice Five Cento Hadassah Adopts j e w i s h News New Program Around the Cleveland (WNS) After 21 years of service devoted to the dcvelo] menl and maintenance of medical and public health institutions in Palestine as its major function. Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, World Stalhelm Here to Continue as Nazi Propaganda Body New York (WNS) Although Hitler has dissolved the Stalhelm, German war veterans' organizaadopted a new program ot aetiv, ,. ... "on. in Germany, in this country ity when its 21st annual convention approved a resolution recommending that Hadassah become affiliated with the work of transferring refugee childri n from Germany and other countries to Palesline. By adopting the youth aliyah project as part of Hadassah's program, the convention, which is being held jointly with the convention of Junior Hadassah, puts Hadassah into a new field of work. Reports received by the conventhe organization will continue to exist and carry out its announced intention of uniting all GermanAmericans, fighting the anti-Nazi boycott and anti-Nazi agitation and endeavoring to improve GermanAmerican relations, it was announced by Baron Kberhard von Schroetter, Stalhelm commander in the United states and Canada. In a written order to his followers, von Schroetter warned them against criticizing Hitler's dissotion from Mrs. Hencjamin Gotteni.,,:,,„ .• ,. J lution ot ihe Stalhelm and deman ol New lork. national organI___J ,i... ••... i • dared that we stand as one man izatlon chairman, showed that lla,-,.,. ,• tor lierniany s honor on foreign liassuh now has 45,000 members, soil lit il Hitler!" Jewish Doctors Discover Cure Chicago (WNS) A new gas treatment to sober up those who have passed out from too much imbibing of alcoholic liquors has been developed by two Jewish physicians from Boston, according to 8 report in the journal of the American Medical Association. The two physicians, Drs. Leon J. RobinsOD and Sydney Selosnek, have discovered that an administration of :i mixture of 90 per cent oxygen and 10 per cent carbon dioxide ii an effective treatment in acute case of alcoholism. nary every day honesty anddeMiami Merchant Jumps to Death Samuel Small, 02, prominent business man of Miami, jumped to his death from the sixteenth floor of the Pennsylvania Hotel Wednesday. The body landed on a sixth floor extension, where it was found by a hotel employee. Small, who was a former director of Beth David Congregation, of the Mercantile Bank and prominent in Miami Jewish affairs, met business reverses here last year. He left for New York some weeks ago and spent some time with his son, Charles. A note left in the room by Small for his son gave business reverses as the reason for his suicide. cencv demands. Before filing suit I shall rait another week ... afford RabW Machtei (though he has forfeited every right to this .itle by his netinns) the opportunity "f following .he Jewish Ian and obeying a HON. .1. MARK WILCOX ences, which will be held during the day, the two B'nai B'rith leaders will be guests of honor al gala banquet and dance at t ; tel Evans, Miami Beach, Wednesday, evening, December 11th, al 8 o'clock, at which C an J. Wilcox will be one of the %  -peak is. He will be introduced %  man. ting just a little more than a year ago. the new officers of the local Sholem Lodge of B'nai B't il have in this period increased the membership to nearly two hundred Of the leading Jewish citizenof this area; have raised more than two thousand dollars for the Red during the hurricane relief drive for sufferers of the keys, held a Mothers' Day celebration, which was outstanding, and took an active part in numerous Jewish and non-Jewish civic affairs. Messrs. Shefferman and Jacobs will come here after having been guests of the B'nai B'rith Lodge in Jacksonville. The following nights they will be guests of the Went Palm Beach Lodge, the Tampa I Lodge, Orlando Lodge, and the* [complete the tour of the state in Jacksonville. Banquets and open meetings will be held in each city. A re-awakening of Jewry throughout the district, which in! dudes Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Florida and Georgia, to the purposes and ideals of B'nai B'rith is being evidenced as ja result of the present tour of these B'nai B'rith officials. Messrs. II. U. Feibelman, Nathan Adelman and Sam Wiesel will be Hie reception committee for Congressman Wilcox. Reservations for this banquet at the Hotel Leans should be made with Mr. Elry Stone at the Congress building immediately because of limited space. organized in 300 chapters, including 21 established in the past year, i.-.,.;!..,..,, .„.,:„ • %  %  c r reioerg Again Heads Synagogue Hoard of Reform Union mil in lo professional and business I women's groups. The 2,000 deleattending the convention also heard Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn of ,,,., ,. ; i>f cincinnati uas ,.„. Hect .. w York, national treasurer, re,.„ ,,,,„,„..„, „,,,„. ,„,.,„, (>| man during the past year llaagera |lf „„. ,,,..,„.,„„.,„ „,;,: '-""" '" Pa je 8 : .ogue ,nd school extension of the llcal f nd P ubhc Union of American Hebrew Conwork had contributed *44,,.. : : ,,.,. ,, f the twoJewi h National Fund ,;, y annua | h(J board and % %  114 w "" con ;. m Jew. ion ol the medical center in ,. h ,,,„,,,,„„,. Jacob w Alark %  lem, whuh is being built by lhairman „,,,„. union>a executive ah and the American .lewboam, was named vice-chairman of ish Physicians'C mittee. the ,,„.„.,, ,,,manager s; Rabbi Chief speakers at the first ses,;,.,„.,,,. /( pm w;| „..,.,,.,.,,.,, <|jlVi ._ no,, w. re Mrs. Edward Jacobs, nal( „. „,•,,„. l|( |iallmen ;u|c| Abrahani president; Berl Locker, special representative of the Jewish Agency, and Dr. Abram L. Sachar, director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Illinois. The keynote of their addresses was that Palestine is the only hope Lowenthal of Cleveland was elided to the tract commission and the following were named to the Jewish education commission: Dr. David Philipson, Dr. Samuel Schulnian, Dr. Samuel Goldenson, Dr. Burnett Brickner, Dr. Julian Morgenstern, Dr. Henry ESnglander, of millions of persecuted and home-1 Dr. Gerson B. Levi, Dr. Abraham less Jews and that Jews must unite | FranzBlau and Rabbi Zepin. to defend themselves against the The commission on Jewish ccturising tide of anti-Semitism. Mr. [cation announced the completion of Locker summed up the situation %  a curriculum for Jewish religious when he said that "the situation of I schools throughout the country, the Jewry today is that many counlegation of a youth activities detries where we are don't want us, I partment under the direction of and other countries won't let us in. | i) r Isaac Rabinowitz and the pubWe are driven out by terror and economic boycott, legal and illegal. The only historical chance that has come to the Jews has been the Zionist movement since the World War. That has afforded us a way out. Hope has been given us by Palestine." Mrs. Jacobs pleaded for Jewish unity to defend Jewish rights and combat hatred and declared that "i; Dr. Chaim Weiz:MI address entitled "Challenge to mann. president of the World ZionJewish Youth," Dr. Sachar declared ist Organization; Dr. Albert Einthat the chief task for Jewish stein. Governor Herbert II. Lehyouth in this country is the develman and Meier Diozongoff, mayor opnietit Of a creative Jewish life of Ted Aviv.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, December 6, The Pidyon Haben for the infant son of Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer will be observed in traditional manner next Tuesday, December 10th, at 3 p. m., at the home of the rabbi, 1136 S. W. Fifth st. A reception and open house will follow at 8:16 p. m., to which members of the congregation and Ladies' Auxiliary and friends are invited. No cards will be issued. Mr. Moses H. Rosenhouse of New York and former president f Beth David Synagogue, is a visitor to Miami, and spending some time with his mother and relatives. + Mr. A. David Rayvis of Philadelphia is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Rayvis, and will remain here for a short time. M I. M. Grossman is a patient -i. Francis Hospital, Miami Beach, w hi i e she underwent a opci al ion las I %  • With the formal "inning of lb tel r> I % %  h st. and Collins a\i. Sunday night, Decembei Miami Beach will have another institution that will enhance the standing of the Jewish community in this area. Just completed, it will have 150 rooms, spacious and beautiful lobbies, large and attractive dining room and everything that gees to make the modern hotel inviting. In charge are Mr. an.I Mrs. I. Evans of the famous Hotel Evans of Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., everything will be done to make the guest comfortable. The dining room is under the personal supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laxer, who have been associated with some of the largest hotels in the Catskill Mountains. The dining room will be operated as "kosher" and all dietary laws will he strictly adhered to. The formal opening will be marked by a dinner dance, beginning Sunday evening at 5:30 and lasting until %  o'clock. Music and entertainment of the finest will be provided and an opportunity will be given the guests to inspeel this new and beautiful hotel. The tariff will be only $2.50 per person and will indHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIttllHIIIIIinillllllllltlllllllllllllinilllllllllllliniUIIHIIIIINMU Homes Equipped With "UNITED SHUTTER AWNINGS'* "Unite Safety With Beauty" And Save You H>% on Your Insurance Costs lion Carried Out < AM. is sou : UNITED SHUTTER AWNING CO. 600 N. E. 94th St. Phone I dffrwatt r rklllMIHIHIIIIIHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIUIIIIIHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllHllllllllinillllHf e| SOCIETY P \i. R. ADLER Second Vice-President, Jewish Welfare Bureau elude entertainment and the dance. A regular meeting of the Chesed She! Kmeth Sisterhood was held last Monday at Beth David Talmud Torah. Plans were made for a bridge party at Miami Beach the last 'd this month. Chairman in charge is Mrs. Wexler, who will be assisted by Mas. Manual Kippa, Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Mrs. BlutStein. The rummage store asks that the public co-operate with her in contributing rummage, as funds are needed to provide free burial and shrouds for needy, and emergency cases. Mrs. Manuel Kippa, chairman of the rummage sale committee, is being assisted by Mesdames s. Abenson, A. Blutstein, Joseph Schonfeld, A. Green: erg, J. Solomon, E. Pont and Morris Kotkin. Mrs. Sol Schwartz announced that the sewing circle will meet at her home next Wednesday and invited all interested to come. Mr. Manual Kippa. president of the Chevrah Kadisha, announces that the Chevrah Kadi-ha will celebrate its annual dinner Tuesday, December Huh. at 6 p. m.. at the home of Mrs. William Clein. I860 S. W. Fourth st. This dinner is held in accordance with Custom. Invitations have been issued to members and friends. Mrs. Terry Stein will be toastm is tress. Collins Hotel at Biscayne -t. and Collins ave., Miami Peach, will ibis year be under Ma.. management and operated STANLEY C. MYERS \c President, Jewish Welfare Bureau by the same family who have operated the Riverside Hotel at Mt. Clements, Mich., for a long number of years. The dining room will be open to the general public. It will be under rabbinical supervision and every dietary law will be strictly adhered to. Reasonable prices will be charged. An important special board meeting of Beth David Sisterhood will be held at the home of Mrs. B. Kandle, 1166 S. W. Sixth st, next Monday afternoon, December MAX I irst Vice-President, Jewish fare Bureau Wei9th, at o'clock. All members of the board are asked to attend. Mr. Sam Schechter announces the reopening of the Ocean Vie* Inn at Ocean Drive and Second st., for the second conscecutive season under his management. The hotel has been completely redecorated, renovated and refurnished, so as to make it very attractive. The dining room, to which the general public is invited, will, as usual, be under the supervision of Mr. Schechter, and "strict kashrus" will pie1935 I vail. An invitation is extended to I the general public to visit the Ocecan View Inn. Hungarian cuisine, for which the Schechters are famous, will again prevail, JJ. and Mrs. Sam Schechter also on erate the well known Lincoln Hotel at Long Beach, N. y, • Announcement has been made 0 the recent appointment of Dr. Her", man R. Mechlowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mechlowitz of this city, as an interne for Detroit .Mich., for the Children's Fund Michigan. Laic Friday evening services a;| Beth Jacob Congregation, Miumil Beach, will begin tonight at 81 o'clock, when Rabbi David I. i: .1 enbloom will preach on "I Haven't! Decided Yet." Cantor Maurice! Mamches will chant the servi lead the congregational inging. fir I v/ o u gun.-Mon.-Tues., Dec. 8-9-111 Joan Crawford—franc hut To Robert Montgomery NO MORE LADIES FHt ?"•* %  i %  .•p-.,r...,r.> Sun.-Mon., Dec. 8-9 Dick Powell Joan Blondell—Louise Kazenda HROADWAY GONDOLIER] Ceremonial Accessories for Home ;ind Synagogue Fourth Floor New Coronado Suits of Im" ported Fabric I NOW OPEN! | 3 SCHECHTER'S 0 | OCEAN VIEW INN | OCEAN DRIVE AT SECOND ST. X A Miami Hcach x v Specializing in the Finest V Q STRICTLY KOSHER HUNGARIAN MEALS Q 0 '•You'll Be Delighted When You Dine With Us" 0 32 .50 They'll be the pick of discriminating men for Of a fine, light fabric with the texture of poplin a fine degree Single or double-breasted and half-belted models, 1936 styles. resort wear! silk and wool close, smooth tailored to of perfection. $1.00 1 OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT At the MORRIS PLAN i W. Flatter St. Vincent R. Ilrice. 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Friday, December 6, 1935 wJewisfri Florid fan FLORIDA'S ONLY fltWISH WKEKU [Jews Tower Bldg. 21 S W. 16th Avenue IWWBEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. HUJC 2*73 Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: I'hone 2-5304 Thone 2-llns J. LOUIS SHOCHKT, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manxer CANTOR RORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative "' Cta m ^L SSfA 'V\. **! 5-2 OSS at Minn.1. Florida. under Ihp Act of March 3. 1KT9. ST. PKTERSHURG RAB B1 \. s. KLEINFELD tentative WEST PALM BEACH S. SCHUTZER Representative ORLANDO BE XE BRAVERMAN i: sentative TAMPA MRS. M. 11. KISLER tative I M SUBSCRIPTION fl .1.0 FRIDAY, DECEMBER (I, 1935 Vol. 8—No. lit -Ofe>S Look at the Record THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN i i i | Plain Talk By AL SEGA L "Another Desert" "" %  "'" i mm mi i il Enroute Westward Twenty people in the lounge car. Strangers! The stoul man who looks like a realtor. 11 Chinese woman with her two small children. The tall, thin man who must lie a minister or a Bchool principal. Thi a ib us blonde lady with tl The short, .out, bobb d w who puzzles i 1 she the mother an Imothi i of the two smal childn n who are with her? W are i Ti ;•, New Mexico. (,,.,1 I .rgot thi I] gjl hi I %  e. ii loi %  er s unlit: %  %  i i a ] aim tree, b i i here, thi ... 1 I i II .a privileged, ir a ; i gray I a desert! Inscrutlin mysell bj guessing: On what errand is thi irray little fat man going? He puffs hard must have asth ma going wi it for his health, probably ... a fat little old man whu gathered a lot of money and asthma. Ci rtainly, the lovely young woman with the bald-headed, middleaged husband must be on her honeymoon married him foi inmoney, that's what she iliil eouldn'nt have married him for love he is really no better 1 i >k inv:. not much younger than 1. wh am neither handsome nor young, Page Three LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By LOUIS PEKARSKY During the years of the depression American Jewry has lietn appealed to for so many overseas causes that the imprcs-ion has been created that the .lews of this country have het'n bled dry for their co-religionists abroad. David A. Brown, national chairman of the $500,000 American ORT Campaign, and the man who has raised more money for overseas relief than any other American, recently punctured this myth with some pertinent figures. .Mr. Brown pointed out that from 1930 to 1935, the combined total of the funds raised by the chief Jewish money raisin.i* agencies in this country for Kulropean and overseas relief, including Germany and Palestine, but excluding Hadassah and the Jewish National Fund, has been less than $10,000,000. Reduced to other terms, said Mr. Brown, this though I am not bald-headed means that American Jewry has contributed an average of _\n: g ne couldn't have man mi (1,600,000 per year for the past six years, or. on a per capita n im for love. basisper year (figuring 4,500,000 Jews in the U.S.), approx-1 The young WO man in the red imately thirty-seven cents. bodice well, she is perhaps on Studying these figures forces one to the conclusion that M( way ,„ mee j her husband on notwithstanding the curtailed incomes of American Jews tne ,,,.,., H,. nuist have a new and (he pressing needs of family and communal obligations po8 jtion there and somewhere he at home. American Jewry has fallen down on its responsibility wi u ,,„.,., her at Bome Btation and to overseas relief and Palestine. The record of the last six we s h a u .,, tearful kissing; ami years is not one to inspire pride. On the eve of a series of ,,,., gne ma j not be going to meel new drives—the United Palestine Appeal, the Joint Distriner husband, but going awaj from bution Committee's campaign and the OUT campaign— the him to return to her parents, significance of the figures offered by Mr. Brown should Al „|, f or that matter, the midmake American Jewry determined to return to its pre-depresdi c -aged bald-headed man maj not ion standard of living. be the husband of the pretty blonde at all. but her father rather, or her elderly brother; and the puffing fat little old man may not be going west for his health, but for orders for his doorknob factory. II" How often have vou been confronted with the talk of may be the doorknob king, going the "double standard" in your everyday life? We talk not west to make California doorknob merely of the standard involving the relations between man conscious, as thej Bay. •md woman. We now discuss that standard of morality, of ethics, ..I dally conduct, that are preached and talked about Oh, these strangers in th '" the pulpit and on the air bv those who set themselves up are all guesswork, entertaining %  8 our leaders and guides. > uzz,ea in the b,eak BUn drenched stars Hack Campaign All of Harry llershfield's friends in the Hollywood movie colony are wishing him success as chairman of the 8100,000 campaign now being conducted in New York for thi hem fit of the I Air... des Sanam ai I Expatii nts Home. The moi %  y is badly needed to reduce the debl of this national institution for sul from tul rculosis. I %  :. nexprc %  %  re sent to Hershfi the openin; at the B eMille, B ilayer, I'hil %  .' II I %  • •< di lew among the Je\ ...:.:,.; %  .... B daj %  .i al "h and I !a nia's desert sunshine One of co inti i; arts of the whii h Ceci B. UeMille sent oui in hopes it would find him an ideal Delilah for "Samson and Delilah," turns out to be a Chicago girl with the unusual name of Joi Sin I'aul Muni, we hear, has won the most important role of his brilliant career in the theatre, the leading part in Al. (;. M.'s "The Good Earth." .Muni is considered one id' the outstanding character actors in the United Stale.-. Irving G. Thalberg told us of his final Choice for the role after several of Becret tests made at Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer. Selection Of Muni for this part comes as an a Ided tribute to an actor who is i cognized as a genius in make-up, a reputation which he won in several di imatic films Mussolini could never have predicted what his Ethiopia H mid do to Hollyns, bui • csterday the ;n lived as exemplified by Sally Eilers, blonde fi in tar, who w saw on her way k in Eddie (lantoi'.next picture, 'in Sal j' throat i n L balm i hokcr, on her wrist type of Ira. .lei. I • ne I from the no own designs, thej are of hi avj chain th onyx parations and big coral and tun to studs. II n : %  '• %  i Job A Meyers, who was on the t a 1 %  11 Herald i or %  o years and was as istmen's club new %  ditor until ;. new position with the Helen Ferguson motion picture publicity organization in llollyWOOd. In her new work .-he has the task of publicizing the great film stars and her writings reach newspapers and other publications I rein coast I" coast. She is also gaming a n putation as an aide movie fan magazine writer. She is a very clever and capable writi Cl and newspaper woman and should go far in her new activity. II opyright, 1935, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) The Double Standard guides. How often have we heard "do as I preach ... not as I do. hurled facetiously at so-called leaders and yet how desert; all except one. Somewhere 1 met him. He is Often is it actually~and justifiably true. How often do we short, thin and h Pj facet *? d hear these so-called spiritual leaders prate about "Kashrus sprouts a black mustache. Surely, and themselves violate every principle of it. And at this l know him. "me perhaps it may not be amiss to ask of one of these BOI met him long ago on some He ilelivput us in till believe believe in -• %  inienis ana purposes removed BUBBBII • %  "••• %  Um ?" tods of his people? Or is it that he is already .so far reHim ^ ^ ^ %  "•ved from his people that this matters but little to him. '., th( ,,. dosert> as i distinctly c mes to preaching as distinguished from practicing dden calf together. i is is no stranger, I have met him often since. We have marched together in many an exodus in many a desert wilderness; in these pilgrimages we have at times hated each other. "You the leader of this!" I have exuiaimed reproachfully. "I am the leader." And with burning rage he has demanded: "By what right are you a kader? Who made vou a leadThin is the very same fellow. We have suffered the same pain tone! her, the same sword and the same lire. Yes, I know him by the common pain. We have loved each other, even awe have hated. Our affection has been most when we have suffered most. I have fed him and he has fed me; there were times when 1 grew rich and looked With scorn upon him, since he was >lill poor. "If it weren't for this lowly kind it would be better for us all," I said. Then a time came when he was rich (and lived in a mansion), while I was poor and lived in a hovel and had no manners at all. From his high mansion he looked down on me and said: "His kind brings contempt on all of us." Oh, I have known this man 2,000 years. He sits opposite me in the lounge car and glances across, as if to day, "Haven't I met you somewhere, my friend?" Hi' is the only one who is no Stranger among the 20 in this desert. I scarcely know what to say to these others. What common Interests of conversation have we? The blue sky, the illimitable desert, the comforts of the train, the service of the dining car but these are soon exhausted. As soon as I leave this car our lives An Open Letter My Dear Friends: The response to mi letter to you through Th' -l wi h Floridian is most gratifying. 1 am most happy to say we have several new members and a generous response to our call for rummage. I want to thank those from whom We have heard and hope to hear from time to time from many more friends. The membership 'if every Jewish woman in this community is very important. We need you all. On December 18th, at the Antilla Hotel, Mrs. Martin Raff will lie hostess at a bridge for the benefit of the Welfare Auxiliary, and you are all cordially invited. Plans are heeing made for a pleasant afternoon. Our next regular meeting will be held on Monday. December Kith, in the Mark Store and auditorium ai L! p. m., where you will be greeted by our hospitality chairman. Mrs. Morris Dubler, who will also assist Mrs. M. Raff on December lKth. Thanking you all for your splendid co-operation, Mosi sincerely, MRS. IDA OPTNER, President. P. S.— Please mail your dues to Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, 512 S. W. Twenty-first ave., and coll us to get your discarded clothing. will he far apart. But this one ... I shall edge up to him we shall talk of our common pain we can talk for 20,000 years or, at least, as far as Tucson, where I get off. (Copyright, 1035, by Eeven Arts Feature Syndicate)



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Pane Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, December G, 1935 The World's Window "Good i He a Jew" BY LUDWIG LEWISOHN world. We arc the men of peace, the men of mind. Our Bufferings are not the Bymbols of our folly and our truilt; they are the symSociety The physical culture class conhusiness conditions and as a result predicts an unusually busy Winter season in Florida. IROQUOIS APARTMENTS 916 S. W. Fourth St. Welcoming Jewish guesU, offers bedroom and efficiency apartments by month or year at low raics. Phone 2-9631 2-x!2:> This column is copyrighted by the Seven \nFeature Syndicate. Reproduction in "hole or in part strictly forbidden. \n\ inl injremenl on this copyright ill be prosecuted. ber9th, at 8 o'clock, at 1761 S. W. rjftj guests attended, danced and Ah. we have our own private Fifteenth St. All Women who arc partook of the festive board. RoShare of guilt. We played in too interested arc urged to join ima ij n d is the daughter of Mr. and mediately. .Mrs. William Friedman. Milton A. Friedman, brother of the honoree, A regular meeting of the Ladies' presided over thepunch bowl. Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare i-eau will be held at the Mark \ regular meeting of Junior HaV'idd r now. We are a weak peoMonday, December 16th, at dasnah will be held December! 2 p. in., when an interesting proa ( the Roos veil apartment, l25o irram will be presented. Pennsylvania ave., Miami H< ;,t 8:30 p. in. Plans for the offiThe La I xiliary of thi all, to bi iring Janservile a fashion the game of the pagan world, the world of the hooWe were not ready for martyrdom at the right time and irtyrdom is all the Closed Saturdays Phone 2131 DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST Office Houn: V:M A. M. tu I : nil p, || t 1711 N. W. 36th St.. Miami, Fla. I with its half pie and | of a the mora) .. I!" Thi ai inl ted, "f an fact, is .1 %  •' ii e l w in an unWhether he is Bureau is spon,,;,,•>-, will be discussed. The .veil treats humartyr to the 1 card party and tea for the n j n g program will carry oul he is pro1 work on j. \. F. project, and moving pic. e his \, i %  18th, at -2 ,,,,-, ,,.' Palestine life will I"a Save Time. .Miles and Monc) USE short Straight Wo '< Miami Beach By IrnVENETIAN CAUSEWAY MIAMI BRIDGE COMPANY or ritual runs ii. uallj %  Vntilla Hotel. Coral feature, in addition to which a skit what ir woe iisuf:can. Ili Mrs. Ma In Raff as w j]| \ n presented. Members arc can be erect, howe> Prizes will be awarded requested to bring their J. X. F. hotly lie can dare to h ai I refreshments boxes. A social hour will follow I and all mankind when w j'| |„. served. The public is urged the regular meeting. UII.RN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pi 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVK 1: that : the nun of blood and brutality, to attend. a Jew!" would be uttered Kasi or Wi t. dare no longer to A capacity crowd attended the ong had not di they have smothered Mr. and Mrs. Sol Siegel of Chiannual Thanksgiving dance spon-1 ined to turn the sol> into a r decenter aims in the cago, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brenner SO red by Junior Hadassah Thurs-! laugh. nc anand lamentation.of their 0 f Hagerstown, Mr., and Mi'.-, lia ,| a y niirht at the Hotel Alcazar. A' Well, the Jewish people is at fellowmen. It iit is good to be ker of Baltimore are guests at the program of entertainment includJew. as .only beset today as it was in those older days when this sprang from the folk Bomewhere in Poland. Yet I do not think that it rould be written now. One might rather write in this day, di spite towering horror and im1 1 1 .1,.., ''"' threads of the creative argumitigable tragedy, a song that In the last third of that one sovereign literary masterpiece which our age has produced, Thomas Mann's "'rhe Magic Mountain," St. George apartments. Miami Beach, for the Beason, • a Mrs. Sadie Rothstein of Detroit is visiting her daughter and soned novelty guitar selections, SOUKS by Irving Fields, tenor; dance by Miss Gladys Max. Miss Ida Colodny of Burlington, would gravely declare that in such a world as this it is in all sober truth a good thing to be a Jew. MI in fact to anyone whl mint are drawn together and in their name Thomas Mann bids farewell in the very name and g Iness and human hope to in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kotkin, y*^ w ho is spending a vacation at for the season. | the Harlin Hotel on Miami Hcacli. entertained friends at a ThanksMrs. Jack Hirsch was unanigiving party at the hotel. Danc. ... mously chosen president of the j„g. an( | games were enjoyed. Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Among the guests were Dr. And it iMI in tact to anyone who ""' """ '"'""" ""'" Jewish Orthodox Congregation at p n j|j,, Joseph, S. Conn, Chicago; P .... 1:1., tnui i'i iiiitiniu' u>\ 6 <>i ut'jitn .Hid _, i 8 capable of seeing life steadilj dapkneM 0 f war an d so-called hona specml meeting last Il "' s,la >' the Misses Harriett and Elaine and whole, and who can be nour^ ^.^ ^ recognized as the disnighl '" '"'" th e Vi "' :m, 'V cau fd Sonneschein, Brooklyn: Mr. and ished and sustained by inner, by intellectual satisfactions. TOi*",, t /.\ i 1 (tin %  HI." lit •!• ease Of his people's SOUl. As long ? ""' "'es.gnation oi Mrs, Philip Mrs. Sam Windsor, Cleveland; Phil ago as October, 1930, IN years BerkOWlt I a forCato| New York; Mis Henrietta %  lie publication of "The Magic mer president of the organisation. Lowencron, Queens, N. Y., and Daniel Dailey of Atlantic City. Mr. I. Roth, father of Dr. Edward Roth of Miami Beach, returned to the city after spending Late Friday evening serviceof We suff !. Bui let us not forMountain," he hastened to Berlin inkind suffers, There Mom his home in Munich to rai 1 are at lea tupid and cruel voiei once more in warning ; there are milagainst that putrifying romantilions without work or hope; al barbaric cult of hate other millions whose moral and death which was engulfing his bankruptcy and whose moral sufpeople that mania and that madon ymbolized by the very ness which in 1933 there general, and other relatives While %  "''' \ ni'k Mr. Roth observed six weeks in New York, where he the Miami Jewish Orthodox Convisited his son, a former special gregation will begin the second | assistant United States attorney Shabbos of Chanuka on December 27th. when a very interesting promadnesses and cruelties and exwas left him no method except in which thej are seekflight into exile. temporary refuge from deWe .lewhave been criticized Thi millions if A ia are for being too realistic of spirit, er and distoo unromantic of ideal, too tenathe millions 1 • any by eious of life and its positive goods. ike that of ll true, we do not understand ints of the Mid 1 -hare these (lark romanticisms in other hate and blood, these dancing. fed in mi.-cry. in slavery, in dervish cults, these dedications to hopelessness. And i is their death. We cannot, except incases world, Iheir civilization, so-called, of diseased a. iiniiatory enntami(heir lead) is who have brought nation, even understand these them to this pass. We did not things. The poisons from which plunge the nations into that World .,, great an artist and BO noble a War which was the first and mo.-t character as Thomas Mann had violent symptom of this disease first tu cleanse his lilood and brain in \ 1 w that has attacked mankind. The nation.dragged US With them, rival 1 no part of either our racial or our cultural heritage. Hear the erywhere nun of our blood and Pgaimist: "Lo amuth I shall not tradition plead for peace and ruuiiKhi-cchyeh—but I shall live, elied moderation. And when the va'asaper ma'asel Yah and I shall war was over it was again Jews declare the works of the Eternal. who, wherever they had place or Chastening He hath chastened me power, strove for reconciliation the Eternal, but unto death h" and healing. Misguided idealists na th not given me." That is the of Jewish birth, like Kurt Eisner, profoundest expression in all litBOUght suddenly to embody UtOeratiirc, sacred or profane, of that piaBut note that they wen at spirit which Thomas Mann, too, once swept aside. Nowhere and pleads for and upholds, of that at no time did they have the ruthspirit which in this darkening age ii ness to maintain power. Were can alone save mankind. To live it true, as our enemies feign, that and to declare by creative action the Bolshevik seizure of power was lin( | creative participation in them largely Jewish, it would have crumthe works of the Eternal—that is pled in three days. Jews, like ;„ t ru th the whole duty of man. Christian liberals, arc afraid of in-j And every unwarped Jew knows justice and tremble at murder and that instinctively; it is the very proscription and liquidation. While BU bstance of his spiritual heritage tiny seek to persuade, hooligans (liu ,,f which he acts, even when are ready with their blackjacks. ^ ^^ jt ||ofc repeat „ m ^ Hence it is the hooligans who pre,., ... %  1. • .u u >• .„„ ...;,i, .h; is doch zu sain a id. It is indeed vail. It is the hooligans with thennew mass-manias who terrorize the good to be a Jew. "HOME MILK" Is Sealed in "Cellophane" FOR GOODNESS' SAKE Cellophane, the proven protective material, now seals against all forms of contamination the milk, cream and buttermilk of the Home Milk Producers' Association. We could not improve the product, SO we improved the package. FAMOUS FOR SWEET BUTTER and SOUR CREAM (Smetene) Obtainable at All Times al Any of the Following Stores: MIAMI RO8EDALE DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT. MAX'S DELICATESSEN IIAH.MAk'S DBLICATE8SEN 170 N. W. Mh ST. 1167 W. PLAGLER ST. 16 N. W. .llh ST. 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Friday, December 6, 1935 Jacksonville News tain !" iifg. Marry Finkelstein enterWednesday evening, Decem~, %  '•1th. in her home at i)24 Mar: st. -]!„. proceeds <>f this affair are provide music for the cabaret will be Btaged on December • [):30 o'clock in the evening, room of the Windtel, with Mrs. S. S. Coffin an. the games refreshwill be served. The admisnominal and the paof friends will be appre!" E JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five STATEWIDE NEWS St. Petersburg Notes Daytona Beach Notes "'"''' ;i voices will Ihe pulpit, and the an West Palm Beach Tampa Notes Services of Cong. B'nai [era 1 Friday at 8 p. m. Sermon, "The [deals of Conservative Judaism." Saturday morning, '.' o'clock; Sunday session, 10 a. m.; Hebrew classes daily, 4-fl p. m. Pal m Beach Lodge No. 1146, B nai B'rith, is making arrangements for an elaborate reception and banquet in honor of \1 Barbara Susanne Bokor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bokor of 412 Floribra %  Abi cell brated hei Mr. Manuel Rubin and Mrs. I Cornfield were married Novi mber L8th at Rabbi Kleinfeld's i esidence. avc., recently first birthday at ing. given in marriage week. %  ,;; ,-memcommu. Mr. and Mrs. M. r cital a b. d the %  %  had no attendants. mesV. J., Mrs. Perlman was the of her daughter and son-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schoen. The l.adi. -' Auxiliary and Society will hold a concert and ••aid paiiy on Sunday. December 8th, at i m.. Spon IOI ed by .Mrs. Rosi Rub n, who provides all re. The ted by Mrs. are: Mrs. J. Miller, .Mrs. s. Schwartz and Mrs. Ed Kaufman. after which the young Stephen Sirkin, Max Ossinskyi shVpa'rd. oTwithTrTrank rt take place this week couple motored for a wedding trip -Mar-hall Goldman and Marvin ,„..„ .., !.,.. ,. ._ ..',,'.'"! .'",' rip 11 South Florida. The bride attended Andrew .lack. : High school and is a popular nember of the younger set. Mr. Brice is connected with the Vanity Slipper Shop as assistant r, and is president of the Junior Progressive Society. Mrs. Dora Horowitz announces ment of her daughter, to Dr. Joseph Rose of Washington, I). C. The date of the rig will be given later. The international relation.Btudy Of the Temple Sisterhood I mday morning in the home : Mrs. I. I.. Kaplan. Mrs. P. X. an continued her discussion "The League of -Nations." Sherman. Young ladies who will act in "The Lighting of the Candles" include Shirley Agrcss, Rosalyn Sherman, Helen Wasserman. Shirley Halpern, Ruby Goldman, Joyce Trager and Elaine Roth. man at the Monterey Hotel, at the 1 r. yearly meeting at the Florence ICrittenton Home. After the busiPeter Vogul of New York ,„. ss waa transacted there were reasonable charge of $1 per person. | City is spending a few weeks with readings and somrs and refresh A program of entertainment has his wife and children, Sue and Fred Vogul. been arranged with dancing follow. ing the banquet. Temple Beth Israel benefit card party waa held Sunday night at Miss Minna Agress will offer t he Schwartzberg Hall on Browpiano selections. Recitations will ard ave>i wiIh M „ H Ha] be by Marvin Roth and Stanley aml M „_ Car x ,,,.,.„•„, ^.^ Nass. There will also be songs by as hostesses. Bridge and other the group. ,. an | gmieg W ere enjoyed by many members and friends of the sisMiPearl Rosenblatt of Jackterhood in attendance. High score sonville is spending several weeks favora were awarded al each bridge here, and is visiting Miss Esta playing table and refreshments Mr. and Mrs. David Gordon wish to announce the arrival of a son, horn November 26th at the Tampa Municipal Hospital. Saffer. were served after the games. The In Ij e and card party given lay by the Ladies' Hebrew Hd Society and Homo i ..i the Jewish Center a .-access, in charge Miss Elizabeth Grus, Misa Ethel %  Mr A. Hoffenberg, chairNelson and Miss Ruth Epstein Melvin Lobel and Leon Singer of Temple Beth El Sisterhood uponGainesville .-pent the Thanksgivs ,„.,. ( | a benefit card party Sunday holidays in Daytona Beach vismgnt at the Monterey Hotel, with iting friends, M.S. Maurice Moss acting as hostess. A large gathering attended The Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sholom gave a benefit card party Wednesday evening, December 4th, in the auditorium of the synagogue. Card games of all kinds were played and prizes were awarded for the various names, Mrs. I. Segal] and Mrs. II. Peckett acting as hostesses. ments served. Tile hostesses were Mrs. I.eon Lew, Lena Perlstein and Bell Hermer. The Judaic Council held a very successful card party last Sunday. Prizes were awarded to Miss (Vlia Rubin. David Miller. Hostesses wire Mrs. Ed Goldman, I.. Holizer, G. Spiegel and Mrs. Meyer Wcmstein. Miss Josephine Waterman and her fiance, Mr. Charles Lob of New Orleans, were guests of honor Sunday morning at a breakfast of Florida student, was home for the Thanksgiving week-end. %  Mi; MI II. Talisman, c i-chairVIl A. I'.ork, Mrs. P. Puldy, 5. VVorman, Mrs. M. Shapiro, Hw. J. T. Wilensky. table was awarded to 1 ovitz as grand prize. W itten contributed an imelectrk samovar, • warded to Miss Jcante Michaelson. ial prizes were awarded to % %  Safer and Mr thai. and delicious home-made : "l cookies were served by mmittee. M Leonard Pepper, University and enjoyed bridge and other card „;,„ by the parents of the bridegames. High score prizea were elect, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waterman, awarded at each table. Mrs. Irat their home, Tin S. Delaware Moss was the lucky winner a .,.. of a beautiful pillow that was rafGuests included Mr. and Mrs. fled off during the evening. DeJerome Waterman. Rabbi and Mrs. licioua refreshments were served n. Zielonka, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fyvolent entertained members of the family land out-of-town friends with a Thanksgiving dinner. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller, parents of Mrs. Fyvolent, who were presented by her grandchildren with a lovely corsage. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller and daughter, Maxine, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Miller of Tampa and others. spent last week-end in .Miami. Sisterhood of Temple Israel had a business meeting Tuesday evening. Wednesday night its semi monthly card parts was held at the Joseph Rutberg home. after the (.'allies. A new business soon will open on Magnolia ave. It will be Gordon's Specialty Shop, dealing in Dave piece goods and wash frocks. tainer. The cabaret is in charge of Mrs. Home for the Thanksgiving holiday from the Florida State Unity at Gainesville were: Moses S. S. Coffin, who, with her committee, is working most diligently towards the success of the undertaking, Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld is preparing an elaborate Chanukah program. Those who wish to participate actively must report at the synagogue Sunday morning between Hi and \2 o'clock. Throughout the evening refreshments will be served, cigars an I cigarettes will be offered under the chairmanship of Mrs. Lawrence M. Beatrice Peiser M. Morganstern, Purimj Mrs. H. Kendzier, Pa sover; Mrs. s. BuchLippman and Mil oltz, Shavoth; Miss Cecil Cohen, as chairmen. ir meeting of the TernSabbath Eve. Concluding the calTicketof admission may be ob"I was held Tuesday endar was a three-minute paper on tained for a nominal sum I mm any With the president, Mrs. "Jewish Holiday Spirit," by Mrs. member of the Sisterhood. A gala "'' lippman, in the chair. I R„m..v Hi.-schl.erir. night ia assured all who attend. 0B M>8 to the nearness of the Barney Hirschberg. Maas, Mrs. J. Stem, Mrs. A. Straus, jr., .lack Straus, Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Schaap of Columbus, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. E, Lob of New Orleans, Julius Maas, Miss Frances Benjamin of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Levy and B. H. Levy Of Savannah, (ia., Mrs. Meyj n g 0 f the Young Men's Hebrew As. er Schein of Beaufort, s. c. and S(H i: „j, m All senior members in Milton Weil* Jr., of New Orleans. good standing will be eligible to vote. TAMPA V. M. II. A. NOTES Nominations for officers and members of the board of directors will take place on Monday evening, December 9th, at 7:30 o'clock at the next regular meetSchupler, Harold Gordon, George Greenberg and Jerry Gold. They returned again to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. pukkah festival, the prograrn'of The next big event on the Fred Meyerheim, president .if May was devoted to this holicrowded calendar of the Temple Furchgott's, was honored by store employes on his seventieth birthday anniversary last week, when %  Misa B. I'eiser was program Sisterhood is the annual cabaret, a lair nian. The program was opened brilliant benefit affair, which is *" h a beautiful song by Mrs. W. Almony, soprano, accompanied ,u >e piano by Mrs. Maye T. Macrfter which a three-min' on "Hanukkah Spirit ApModern Life," by Mrs. Max read, following which a of Jewish festivals in 8 >d symbols arranged by Peiser was K iven by Mrs. larii Grunthal, Succoth; Mrs. u,s B c,lack, Hanukkah; Mrs. E. each year the Sisterhood's outstanding social event, and which will take place at '.' o'clock Monday evening, December 10th. in the beautiful Japanese Garden of the Windsor Hotel. An elaborate floor show is being kept a surprise, and Elliott Butts will be master .if ceremonies. Mr. Butts has been heard at several affairs in Jacksonville and is considered an unusually fine enterServices at Congregation Beth El will be held tonight at the synagogue on Fern st., with Rabbi he"'was presented with a floor hulaser W. Muskat officiating. Rabbi midor of polished walnut and a boz Muskat will also preach the serof his favorite cigars. The humidor bore a silver plate The girls' basketball team has been formed and will have its first practice on Wednesday evening, December nth, and on every Wednesday thereafter. The junior boys' basketball team will play its first game of the season against the "Rinky Dinks," a local team, on Tuesday. bearing the following inscription: "To Fred Meyerheim, from His Co-Workers on His 70th Anniversary, November 27th, 1935." A placard wishing him many happy returns of the day and bearing the signatures of the various department heads also was presented. nion. All members and friends of the congregation are invited to attend. Temple Beth Israel services will be held this evening at the Temple on Brow a rd ave.. with Dr. Carl X. Herman officiating. Dr. Herman will also deliver an interesting lecture during the services. The public is invited to attend. The committee on the Chanukah dance, to he given on Wednesday night, December 25th, reports progress and has promised a bigger and better social affair than has been Kiven heretofore. The Boy Scouts have changed their time of meeting from Thursdays to Wednesdays.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, December 6, 1935 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. .1 ICOB II. KAPLAN Rabbi iiiiii,iiii.iiilliliiiiiiiiiiiiliMiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiMiili,iiiiiiiiiiin> •lUMiimm ilium 1 minim Illlllllllllllllll I '1 in first meeting of the congre"ill be elected and the discussion gation for the discussion of Jewish il begin under the leadership oi problems will take place Thursday Dr. K. %  an. The first subject is ember 12th, at 8 lew An.> I Which o'clock in Kaplan Hall. Office rs lew . Adolph Cohen, are — for iln' lovely party planned for Friday afternoon at Mrs. Wolfson's home, 5465 Pine ii, • Di in. .Miami Beach. One of the annual events of the Sisterhood will take place December 27th, Friday evening, at Kaplan Hall, A Sabbath dinner will ved in honor of Dr. Kaplan's birthday. Reservations may be made now. as only a limited number can be accommodated. This will be a catered dinner. Checks may be sent to the Temple office in charga.Itme,tittaoinshrdlueta,ou $1.25 per plate, or to the committee Mi -. J. A. Richter, Mrs. M. 1.. Marcus and Mrs. Benjamin LaVine. Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere By PHINBAS J. BIBON Communal Front We hear that some very big in Jewish life are quietly trying to restore harmony between ; „| Di tribution Committee and the Am rican Palestine Campaign ... 11" they succeed the United Jewish Appeal may be continued • • Among those said t" : pposcd to separate campaigns are Dr. Cyrus Adler and Dr. MorM. Kaplan Incidentally, if there are two drives il means a of the Wise. SI S. Wise will head the Pal JDl .:...'! ,1 sick man I %  will play ho of the Women iternity had. ra prove tha 1 than i amilj \ Jewry's Ii 1 1 with Mary Kirk Brown, the society gal whi thought she was engaged to Max Get ready to congratulate Irving Berlin His frau, the former Ellen Mackay, is expecting mister Btork Adolph Lewisohn ran now get a pass to the gallery of the British House 1 'unions without difficulty Krnest Davie, Laborite M. P., is the husband of Lewisohn's granddaughter Wonder whether August Belmont 4th knows that the heir his missus, the former Elizabeth Saltonstall of the Boston Saltonstalls, is about to present him with, would be a noil-Aryan in Naziland August's greatgrandfather, the original August Belmont, came over here in the 1830a as the fiscal agent of the Rothschilds His name then was Schoenberg ... It' you know your French and German you will note thai Belmont and Schoenberg mean same thing—beautiful mountain. Society The regular monthly meeting of Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah will be held at Kaplan Hall Monday afternoon, December 9th, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph Williamson will be the presiding officer Following the business session. a one-act play. "Hadassah on Trial," will be presented by Mrs. Isidor YVeinstein. Those in the cast are Mrs. Dan Cromer, Mrs. Louella Fan-, Mrs, Morris I'lant, Mrs. Henry 1. Williams, Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, Mr*. %  I Simon. Mrs. Tobias Sim on, Mrs. A. F. Friedman. Pan Crom r, mushchairman, will present Miss Mabel Brunson in songs. ai companied on iano by Miss Freda Miller. sidor Cohen is in charge of hospitality and will welcome all at the door. A soeial hour will follow, and all visiting Hadas. -ah n mbers are cordially invited to ati' nd. •i • The regular meetii tl 0 HeSocial Club will be. held on %  December 10th, at 8 p. m. :.1 the Miami Jew: h Orthodox Congregation. Memberof the club recently have been working for the Jewish National Fund boxes, because of J. N. F. day next Sunday. Making addresses before a number of local organizations during the past week were Miss Ray U. Shochet and Mr. George Ginsburg. "Haunch, Paunch and Jowl" Jane Manner, whose collection of material for dramatic readings, entitled "Tilt Silver Treasury." has gone into its second printing, is a very busy woman, w'.i.r with innumerable reaidings, radio auditions and the like, in addition to her regular classes, yet she has found time to inaugurate a daily course in English for refugees from Hitlerland. (Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts I Feature Syndicate I Crowd Greets Biscayne Opening Monday night, December 2nd marked theopening of Miami'i oldest and Florida's fin,-i grey. hound racing plant. Five thousand seven hundred and eighty-six jammed the track fi,, m roof to every possible place for them to stand. It was the I opening that any greyhound has ever had in the state of Flor. ida. This year the Biscayn,. hai the only totalisator thai is ',11 any greyhound track in Florid other feature this year iI: W'ayie starting boxes. Ten outstanding rai 1 the inaugural program, 11. nii.n Runyon, wife ol sports writer, pn out, ,1 • .,. j nau gural winner, .Mr. Zilcl ful bronze loving cup. This year the Biscay] 1.1:, I ollection of ini| hound mat have evei tired ai one track, and waj they are 1 tinning thi ii iean bn d brother will on ii li.tle extra speed the Bpeed King George, Earl liar.Hanson ai nel club band have be. :i ai the track ail si Bson ami will entertain before and the races. The band is made in entirely of local men, as well ai the workers and personnel of the track. .Mr. Joe Adams, genenl manager of the Biscaj complimented on the management of the track. The Biscayne will run for 66 days, from December 2nd till February 15th. 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Friday, December 6, 1935 Miami Y. M. H. A. Notes By Harry Schwartz The past as well as the present members who have always lent their support in helping to further the progress of the "Y" are synonymous with those men who have achieved great heights in other fields of endeavor. Th,],. is no greed or selfishness ittached t" :'" organization or a small body of men who have the vision and initiative to carry on .;., fine work of realizing a real mitj center that will some mbody all civic minded citizen* inl meeting place. By •;., splendid co-operation rethe public in aiding us ir goal, they, too, are .! willingness to help nancial aid. May the -c shown by the ].ul/ited citizens continue as a their continued co-opDR. PRANK CORET New Treasurer, Jewish Welfare Bureau i |'-thy delay, the "Y" aired and renovated py? Many important ge of interest are being ed by the men's group. New member;i< epted by the "Y" are Mark Losner, Ben Silver, Sam Blank, Mitchell Kasanof and ToSimon. It is indeed gratifying to find that the women have taken such u interest In the Y. M. H. A., in that they fully understand the vast importance of such an organization city. Subsequently here is > list of their officers, elected at their last meeting: Financial sec-' •taiy, Ida Kngler; historian, Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom; board of directors, Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mis. K. Schenkman, Josephine Kolman, Beatrice Bornstein, Lillian Falk, Charlotte Kurman, Elsie Riesman •:: Roth Drevich. illation of officers will be Sunday, December 15th, at "Y" clubrooms. Admission of enta will be charged for plate inner and entertainment. The Junioi Division meeting of by, Deci mber 24th, was de%  thi nominations of new Who air to he voted upon :l"eir next meeting, December !: tooks :e a hotly contested considering that members list..,I For Weigh carefully fork ;. complished by your Went of rs before removing Entertaii nt followed the reg. .with Miss Sarah | ""man pr< siding as mistress of 1 ni( Such outstanding en• I'a,. Satin, who sang %  : : -!l River St. Marie"; also who used her vocal W to i >|, a i ns 0 f J'„, B We All." and last. not lea % %  Milton Friedman, a Helen Morgan by on top of the piano, that War ballad, "Votes Good for the I for the Gander." All d U P members are requested to "i attendance next Monday, du lairtti Herewith is a letter received by %  f>om an expert critic: \* u Uncle: There for this letter. One of them copy "I the Jewi h Ploridian. In that time-honored publication, the frst copy of which 1 saw in the hands of my southern gal friend, •lady Wiiensky of Jacksonville, is a column purported to be written by our Mr. Harry Schwartz. An, Shakespeare! Ah, Shelley! Ah, Milton! Ah, Coleridge! Ah, Kipling! Ah, Sinclair! Ah, Wilderness! Ah, nuts! Who are ye to claim position in the marbled vaults of literature's portals while midst southern sun and Ploridian palm -itenthroned a such as ye? lie wields his pen with poignant pungent, yet not repugnant power. The notes in thy readers' hearts that thou Btrikest are not sour, couldn't be. You are yet young, like a flowering bud* Beeking still the sun that gives its bouquet Give yourself time and ye shall rise. And into the new sacred citadels Of Winchell, O'Brien, Brisbane and Bellinger shall ye come, behold even now you all cometh. This was all dedicated to you, Mr. Schwartz, for the Prevention of Cruelty to Suffering Legendambulatoricities (a I-atin word that means people who are getting tired of the old ill columnists and leek for the new). Here's hoping you can take it. Best regards, Your nephew, BURTON. _IHJOEWS££LORIDIAN BetlTD^id Activities Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct 3?N "w S^ DaVid *%  % %  '." -V W. Third ave., Friday eve" at 8:16. Cantor Nathan Wroobel assisted by the Beth Davia" choir, will chant the liturgic melodi """ wl lead the congregational singing. Rabbi S| lapl ,. 0 will discuss the object: "Is Unity Possible Among the Nations of Today?" The Junior Congregation will meet Saturday morning at 10:30 Junior Rbbi ivretz Scheinberj I"" 1 %  '"""" %  Cantors Irving Ginsburg and Jack Seitlin will officiate Junior President Robert Miller will ll: '' benediction. The JJC (Junior Judaic Congregation) holds s "" : Wednesday aft' inoon at i o'clock. ISAAC LEVIN Assistant Treasurer. Jewish Welfare Bureau, and President Miami B'nai B'rith Max Shapiro will conduct "Parent Class" every Sunday I morning at 10:30. He will discuss the "relationship between parent •'"'I child," based upon the fact that "juvenile delinquency can al-i ways he traced to parental delinquency." The course will include "Child Study." "Youth Study" and "Adult Study"; also a study of Jewish history. Society A group in elementary conversational Hebrew and Jewish History in the light of modern interpretation will meet every Wednesday evening at 7:.'Su at the Talmud Torah. Those who desire to attend please communicate with the rabbi. Mis. A. Louis Mechlowitz of this city is visiting her relatives in Atlanta. Ga. Tin Sunday school of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will present a Chanuka play at the Y. M. H. A. building on Sunday, December L'L'nd, at 2:30 p. m.,' when Hn> children will he seen in "Hot Prom the Apocrypha." Kabbi Julius Washer will direct the play and program, • • Plans have been completed for the annual Chanuka party featured The Beth David choir will meet every Wednesday evening at H at the Talmud Torah. FEDERA.L SAVING^, AND "v LOAN --" TO Bl'ILD REPAIR or REFINANCE Your Home A Talmud Torah Chanukah dinner and concert, sponsored by the Beth David Congregation, will take place Sunday evening, December 22nd, at 6:30. Please make your reservations. were several inspirations Suite POR SALE jL ut *>" Uvi ng Room 1 %  '-' "able. Apply A.W.WALLACH l!i '> Koad, Miami Beach %  'hone .",-1102 Society Beth Jacob Sisterhood is planning lor the annual Chanuka dinner which "ill be held this yeai at Kraemei'.dining rooms, Miami Beach, on Sunday evening, December 22nd, at 7:30 p. m. All wh i wish to attend are asked to make reservationwith Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom. The Miami chapter of S Hadassah has completed plans for fourth annual New Year's Evi ebration at the Ploridian Hotel, Miami Beach. This event is one of the big affairs of the SI B and attracts ino.-l of the prominent residents and visitors in this area. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. Mr. Ish Sholom, who attended the Louis Institute of Chicago, has been engaged as instructor in the Talmud Torah under the direction : Rabbi Shapiro. Mr. Sholom has had experience in teaching in several Hebrew schooland Yeshivos in the North. BUSCH'S VII.I.A Formerly Gerson's 13th Si. ami Collina A. Rooms and .Meals Not one of the lar but one of the best Dining Room Open to the Public specialize in Hungarian and Jewish cooking with vor that's DIFFERENT. I Hi Parking in H.jir fur Patrom Inder the FEDERAL PLAN THE LONG-TERM MONTHLY DIRECT REDUCTION LOAN Advantages of Borrowing l—Moderate coat. Ion intaraal rate. 2—No renewal eharaoa or future espeiue. :i—Monthly paymenla. laited ta your Income. 4—Loan is antomalicalij paid off b) ln nonthfj inalallmenla. FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Congress Bldg. 1(1!) 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The event is being sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Conciliation for the benefit of its Talmud Torah fund. More than three hundred and fifty guests attended the fourth annual dance of the V. M. ||. .\. Wednesday night at the Miami Beach Country Club. Entertainment included Sidney White of New York as master of ceremo' : : Chester Alexander and enFRANK WOLKOWSKY 18 N. E. FIRST AVE. SUPER VALUE Just Unpacked and Ready for You SPECIAL PURCHASE GRIFFON FINE CLOTHES at $18.50 $21.50 $24.50 ARE THE BEST VALUES IN TOWN 11 ""• "•" r niiiii miiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiuiH in| Paints Enamels Varnishes VALENTINES Automotive Finishes Brushes, etc. HANSON ROOFING CO. KMahli.hrd Bine* 1914 ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR (In All Its Branches) .128 N. E. 13th St. Phones 2-1831—2-G582 OUR LARGE VOLUME OF WORK MAKES POSSIBLE A SAVINGS FOR YOU WRIGLEY Art-Engraving 21 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-3947



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Pajrc Kitrht THE JEWISH Ft.ORIDTAN Friday, December C, 1935 ii Warner Bros, have set a new high standard in "Broadway Gon dolier," which starts Sunday at tlu Seventh Avenue Theatre. Possessed of an engaging story and a romantic setting, Hick Powell and .lean Blondell, catchy tunes and hilarious comedy, it is delightfully presented by an all-star east, which also includes Adolphe Men jou and Louise Fazenda. The .story revolves about Dick Powell, as a New York taxicab driver, in his efforts to launch upon a Binging career. In this ambition he is aided by .Mcnjnu, who convinringly portrays a broken down Italian musiral tearher. The climax sees the romantic entanglements all straightened out, but how this conies about is what furnishes a most unusual finish for this extremely enjoyable piece of BCreen entertainment. son presided at the tea table. .Mis. J. N. Morris, cultural chairman, announced that the class in parliamentary law, conducted by Air-. T. T. Stephens, would take place on Friday morninK at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Abe Rubin, 1352 S. W. Fourteenth^ RUSSELL F. HAND "Insurance for Everything" 815 Seybold Building Phone 2-8635 BARON -. :E :)i:s< H MEYEB Secretary, Jewish Welfare Bureau Robert Montgomery Franchot Tone Clark Gable Bonald Colman these arc the men .-elected by .loan Crawford as having the most "charming smiles on the screen." "And if you want me to pick the of these, I refuse," grinned Joan. lExcepi that Franehot's lauirh is the most infectious in the world." The discussion began on the "No More Ladies" set at MetrO-Goldwyn Mayer, when the star's new picture was beiny filmed, with Montgomery, Tone, Edna May Oliver, i lharli Rug E les and others. Conversation swung around to film aspirants and the importance of a smile. "I can almost pick a winner by mill ." .loan was Baying. "If or forced he ha chance. You can't radiate charm n't feel it inside and you : mil warmth with a smile turned on like an electric t." Directed by Edward II. Griffith, and produced by Irving Thalberg, "No .More Ladies" openSunday at the Tivoli Theatre. The afternoon's program consisted of tableaux which described the work that is being accomplished by the Miami section. The tableaux were directed by Mrs. flyman Levy and introduced by Mrs. Albeit Rosenthal. The mushaccompaniment was played by Professor Leo Portneroff. Those taking part in the tableaux were: Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Max Ghcrtler, Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mrs. Jeanette Goodkowsky, Mrs. Morris Rubin, Mrs. Joseph .Morris. Mrs. Harry Magid, Mrs. Sidney Jacobs, Mrs. Harry Hambard, Mrs. George Cohen. Mrs. Benjamin Levine, Mrs. Jack Simons, Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, Mrs. Ma Optner, Mrs. Joseph Rii liter. At the conclusion of the program a bouquet was presented to Mrs. Levy in appreciation of her work. The following new meml>i rwere introduced by Mrs. Rothlein, and each one was presented with a flower: Mrs. Martin Raff, MRS. SADYE (;. ROSE Executive Secretary. Jewish Welfare Bureau Mrs. Edward Friedman, Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. Mrs. B. F. First, Mrs. Frank Becker. Mrs. fort-is Jacobs, Mrs. S. J. Spector, Mrs. Samuel llalpin, Mrs. Dora l.eiberman, Mrs. Harry Cordon, Mrs. Milton Travers, Mrs. Louis Pokress, Mrs. David Brown, Mrs. David Zavon, Mrs. Isidore I.anjrner, Mrs. Sidney Jacobs, Mrs. M. Dreyer, Mr... Anna Brenner Mankis, Mrs. Harry '/.. Silverman, Mrs. Max WiggS, Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Albert Kahn. Mrs. Louis Salter, Mrs. Herman Schneider, Mrs. Harry Miller. Mrs. M. Lazarus, Mrs. Irving Frumkes, Mrs. Jack Barbash, Mrs. Louis Strauss, Mrs. Benjamin Kendal, Mrs. Benjamin Bronston, Mrs. Ida Leer, Mrs. Charles Abbott. Mrs. Louis Gerson, Mrs. A. J. Greene, Mrs. Ida Greenblatt. Mrs. II. I. Magid, first vicepresident, and Mrs. George Levinformal openinq Dinner Dance HOTEL EVANS 10th St. at Collins Ave. Miami Beach Same Management as HOTEL EVANS Of Loch Sheldrake, N. Y. SUNDAY, DEC. 8th TARIFF S2..MI per Person Dinner Served Five-Thirty to Nine P. M. ENTERTAINMENT $ Dining Room Under Personal j f Supervision of MR. AND MRS. FRANK LAXER For Reservations Phone 5-4611 TINGLE PAINT COMPANY 'Miami's First Exclusive Paint Store" Hi S. \Y. FIRST ST. Society tertainers from other night clubs. Addresses were delivered by Al. Grossman, president of the "Y"; Director Boris S'hlachman, Al I'allott, chairman of the dance, and Murry Grossman, who presented a gift to Al Rosenfeld, past president of the "Y," for his work with the organization. Quite a goodly sum was realized for the building fund of the organization. Plans are now being made for a gala event the latter part of December for the benefit of the building fund. • About one hundred and fifty members and guests attended the annual membership tea of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women at the home of Mrs, Max Wiggs, 1G71 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, Wednesday afternoon. Guests of honor of the occasion were the wives of rabbis, including Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom and Mrs. Julius Washer. They formed the receiving line with Mrs. Morris Alpen, second vice-president, and Mrs. LewiI'.. Rothlein, membership chairman. Corsages were nt. il to each one in the receiving line. Mrs. Lewis Brown ii charge of the guest book. DCC.I2 I Miami's Most Thrilling Event Daily 2 P. M. Dazzling Speed Breath-taking Thrills— feats of Aerial Skill and Daring—the Nation's greatest concentration of Civil and Military Aircraft brought together for Miami's most spectacular pageant of the year. Municipal Airport JMzefew eents^anhour for RADIANTFIRE heat %  TH ANNUAL MIAMI All MERICAM AIR MANEUVER Thene coo] ilnys therr i* nothing that will .--i quickly remove th< eh ill :iini restore comfort for the entire family than a Ke installed in any room in "Our home—living, dinir>;-. < --, bath rooms, basomenf n, etc. — no fireplace < ceded. Complete Contentment At the Touch of a Match! When a strenuous day is over, it all seems worth it as you retreat to your easy chair before a cozy open fire. Nerves stop jumping. Tired muscles relax. The imagination seeks pleasant places until the worries of the day are forgotten and your contentment becomes complete. Buiy men owe themielvei the reliving comfort of Radiantfirc'i peting sun-like heat — and now it %  pouible at a fraction of what %  formerly cost. There lire Kiidinnlfinnv I thentie period design or smart nee %  Is of modern design. Come Ii them right now or I t jrour a at any of our offices. and PEOPLES WATER AND GAS CO. Miami Heach Hollywood Ft. I.auderdale C ^ T G a s Doesn't Co5t %  / tP^K.


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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December 6, 1935

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
8_A'o. 19
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER
li. l!.r>
An Open Letter
rhe Jewish Floridian
|imi. I'l-
Dnr Editor!
I feel that in a matter that in-
LhfS (he honor of the Jewish
ommunil>. it behooves me to ac-
uainl the Jewish public with every
id in mj possession.
About a month before (he High
[olj days, the latter part of Au-
Ust. 1935, RabW S. M. Machtei
jpproachcd me and began nego-
i,liiis with me to serve as sex-
on and perform other duties for
iim and the Radio Syitagog in a
Ijnyan I" be established at Lu-
,rs London Arms Hotel, Miami
leach. We agreed that I was to
ecei\c twenty-five per cent of all
he net proceeds; I was to be re-
tbnned for any moneys that I
iBht expend for the synagng serv-
ing. I was to keep all moneys do-
med for me.
I worked hard ... I sold tickets
. I helped in the services and
lid everything I was supposed to
lo. When the services were over
approached Itabbi Machtei and
rmanded an accounting. lie put
leoff all the time. I asked him
pay me for the moneys I had
1 out for him. for building the
irk, pulpit, etc. I asked him lot
ay ne moneys that belonged to
le lhat he had collected for me.
touch I called him, spoke to him
nd tried cut; way to get him
igive me an accounting) I could
nothing. As a Jew I deemed it
y duty to avoid bringing suit in
ourt against a man professing to
la rabbi. On last Monday nlghl
went to Rabbi David I. Rosen-
ocwi and asked him to call Rabbi
achtii to a "'Din Torah" before
"Beth Din," consisting of Rabbi
lax Shapiro of Beth David, Rabbi
ulius Washer of the Miami Jew-
Orthodox Congregation and
abiii Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob
tregation. A summons was
Hit on behalf of the three rabbis
ing him to appear before them
I Wednesday night. Tuesday aft-
Mon, alter he had received the'
Mods, Itabbi Machtei called me
nd wanted me to come to his home
'talk the matter over with me. I
idincd and told him I wanted the
tier heard before the rabbis so
*t I would Ret what was fair.
Wednesday, after he received
summons, and not before, I re-
d a letter from Rabbi Mach-
1 in Which he sent me a money
*f for ten dollars, saying he
"I held this money belonging to
* and that he had offered it to
e before (this being untrue). I
*n appeared before Rabbi Ros-
Woom Wednesday night at the
'Pointed time and was then in-
'nied that in answer to a per-
a' call by Rabbi Rosenbloom he
* been informed by Rabbi Mach-
inal he would not appear and
"Id not answer the summons for
'"in Torah."
'ince our local rabbis have no
'> lo enforce a summons, there
'l hut one course to me .
' f filing a suit in the proper
*" to compel Rabbi Machtei and
Radio Synagog, both being one
""' -nine, to give me an ac-
"""'nu and to ,|() thai which or-
Beth David
Holds Dinner
One of the outstanding affairs
of the present season was the firsl
of a series of congregational din-
ners held at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall and sponsored by Betn
David Sisterhood. Mrs. J. Engler,
chairman of the arrangements
committee, introduced Mrs. Lewis
Brown, who was toastmistress.
.Mrs. Max Shapiro offered the in-
vocation. Addresses wire made by
Mr. Harry Gordon, president of
the- synagogue; Mr. Stanley ('.
Myers, past president of the syn-
agogue1; .Mrs. William Robinson,
president of the sisterhood, and
Mrs. Morris Dubler, vice-president.
Thanks for the splendid gifts which
provided the kitchen with new
dishes and silver, were expressed,
and many of the donors were in-
troduced. The main address of
the evening was delivered by Rabbi
Max Shapiro of the congregation,
who made a stirring address in
which he plead for help to the Tal-
mud To. ah and for adherence to
Jewish tradition and ideals. Ben
Bernard played a number of piano
selections. Cantors Louis Hayman
and Boris Schlachman joined in the
singing of Hatikvo and Sholom
Aleirllem.
ffnai B'rith to
Welcome Leaders
Coming to Miami in the inter-
ests of B'nai B'rith, Mr. Abe Shef-
ferman, prominent attorney of
Washington, I). ('., and president
of District Grand Lodge No. 5, will
be accompanied by Mr. Hyman S.
Jacobs of Atlanta, first vice-presi-
dent of the District Grand Lodge,
and a prominent Jewish communal
worker of the South.
Concluding a number of confer-
Price Five Cento
Hadassah Adopts jewish News
New Program Around the
Cleveland (WNS) After 21
years of service devoted to the dc-
velo] menl and maintenance of
medical and public health institu-
tions in Palestine as its major
function. Hadassah, the Women's
Zionist Organization of America,
World
Stalhelm Here to Continue as Nazi
Propaganda Body
New York (WNS) Although
Hitler has dissolved the Stalhelm,
German war veterans' organiza-
adopted a new program ot aetiv- ,. ...
"on. in Germany, in this country
ity when its 21st annual conven-
tion approved a resolution recom-
mending that Hadassah become af-
filiated with the work of trans-
ferring refugee childri n from Ger-
many and other countries to Pales-
line. By adopting the youth aliyah
project as part of Hadassah's pro-
gram, the convention, which is be-
ing held jointly with the conven-
tion of Junior Hadassah, puts Ha-
dassah into a new field of work.
Reports received by the conven-
the organization will continue to
exist and carry out its announced
intention of uniting all German-
Americans, fighting the anti-Nazi
boycott and anti-Nazi agitation and
endeavoring to improve German-
American relations, it was an-
nounced by Baron Kberhard von
Schroetter, Stalhelm commander in
the United states and Canada. In
a written order to his followers,
von Schroetter warned them
against criticizing Hitler's disso-
tion from Mrs. Hencjamin Gotten- i.,,:,, ,
,. J lution ot ihe Stalhelm and de-
man ol New lork. national organ- i___j ,i... ... i
, dared that we stand as one man
izatlon chairman, showed that lla- ,-,.,. ,........... .
tor lierniany s honor on foreign
liassuh now has 45,000 members,
soil
lit il Hitler!"
Jewish Doctors
Discover Cure
Chicago (WNS) A new gas
treatment to sober up those who
have passed out from too much
imbibing of alcoholic liquors has
been developed by two Jewish phy-
sicians from Boston, according to
8 report in the journal of the
American Medical Association. The
two physicians, Drs. Leon J. Rob-
insOD and Sydney Selosnek, have
discovered that an administration
of :i mixture of 90 per cent oxygen
and 10 per cent carbon dioxide ii
an effective treatment in acute
case of alcoholism.
nary
every day honesty andde-
Miami Merchant
Jumps to Death
Samuel Small, 02, prominent
business man of Miami, jumped to
his death from the sixteenth floor
of the Pennsylvania Hotel Wednes-
day. The body landed on a sixth
floor extension, where it was found
by a hotel employee. Small, who
was a former director of Beth Da-
vid Congregation, of the Mercan-
tile Bank and prominent in Miami
Jewish affairs, met business re-
verses here last year. He left for
New York some weeks ago and
spent some time with his son,
Charles. A note left in the room
by Small for his son gave busi-
ness reverses as the reason for his
suicide.
cencv demands.
Before filing suit I shall rait
another week ... afford RabW
Machtei (though he has forfeited
every right to this .itle by his ne-
tinns) the opportunity "f follow-
ing .he Jewish Ian and obeying a
HON. .1. MARK WILCOX
ences, which will be held during
the day, the two B'nai B'rith lead-
ers will be guests of honor al
gala banquet and dance at t;
tel Evans, Miami Beach, Wednes-
day, evening, December 11th, al 8
o'clock, at which C an J.
. Wilcox will be one of the
-peak is. He will be intro-
duced man.
ting just a little more than
a year ago. the new officers of the
local Sholem Lodge of B'nai B't il
have in this period increased the
membership to nearly two hundred
Of the leading Jewish citizen- of
this area; have raised more than
two thousand dollars for the Red
during the hurricane relief
drive for sufferers of the keys,
held a Mothers' Day celebration,
which was outstanding, and took
an active part in numerous Jewish
and non-Jewish civic affairs.
Messrs. Shefferman and Jacobs
will come here after having been
guests of the B'nai B'rith Lodge in
Jacksonville. The following nights
they will be guests of the Went
Palm Beach Lodge, the Tampa
I Lodge, Orlando Lodge, and the*
[complete the tour of the state in
Jacksonville. Banquets and open
meetings will be held in each city.
A re-awakening of Jewry
throughout the district, which in-
! dudes Maryland, the District of
Columbia, Virginia, North and
South Carolina, Florida and Geor-
gia, to the purposes and ideals of
B'nai B'rith is being evidenced as
ja result of the present tour of
these B'nai B'rith officials.
Messrs. II. U. Feibelman, Na-
than Adelman and Sam Wiesel will
be Hie reception committee for
Congressman Wilcox.
Reservations for this banquet at
the Hotel Leans should be made
with Mr. Elry Stone at the Con-
gress building immediately because
of limited space.
organized in 300 chapters, includ-
ing 21 established in the past year, i.-.,.;!..,..,, ..,: c
' r reioerg Again Heads Synagogue
Hoard of Reform Union
mil in lo professional and business
I women's groups. The 2,000 dele-
attending the convention also
heard Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn of ,,,., ,.;, i>f cincinnati uas ,..Hect.
.. w York, national treasurer, re- ,. ,,,,,.., ,- ,,. ,,.,, (>|- man.
during the past year lla- agera |lf ,,,..,.,., ,-
;,:'-""" '" Paje8- :.ogue ,nd school extension of the
' llcal fnd Pubhc Union of American Hebrew Con-
work. had contributed *44,- ,.. :,: ,,.,. ,,--------f the two-
Jewi h National Fund ,;,y annua| h(J board
and *114'.......w "" con ;. m Jew.
. ion ol the medical center in ,.h ,,,,,,,,. Jacob w Alark_
lem, whuh is being built by lhairman ,- ,,. union>a executive
ah and the American .lew- boam, was named vice-chairman of
ish Physicians'C.....mittee. the ,,..,, ,,,- managers; Rabbi
Chief speakers at the first ses- ,;,.,.,,,. /(.pm w;|_ ..,.,,.,.,,.,, <|jlVi._
no,, w. re Mrs. Edward Jacobs, na- l(. ,,,. l|(.|iallmen, ;u|c| Abrahani
president; Berl Locker, spe-
cial representative of the Jewish
Agency, and Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Illinois.
The keynote of their addresses
was that Palestine is the only hope
Lowenthal of Cleveland was elid-
ed to the tract commission and the
following were named to the Jew-
ish education commission: Dr. Da-
vid Philipson, Dr. Samuel Schul-
nian, Dr. Samuel Goldenson, Dr.
Burnett Brickner, Dr. Julian Mor-
genstern, Dr. Henry ESnglander,
of millions of persecuted and home-1 Dr. Gerson B. Levi, Dr. Abraham
less Jews and that Jews must unite | FranzBlau and Rabbi Zepin.
to defend themselves against the The commission on Jewish cctu-
rising tide of anti-Semitism. Mr. [cation announced the completion of
Locker summed up the situation a curriculum for Jewish religious
when he said that "the situation of I schools throughout the country, the
Jewry today is that many coun- legation of a youth activities de-
tries where we are don't want us, I partment under the direction of
and other countries won't let us in. | i)r. Isaac Rabinowitz and the pub-
We are driven out by terror and
economic boycott, legal and illegal.
The only historical chance that has
come to the Jews has been the
Zionist movement since the World
War. That has afforded us a way
out. Hope has been given us by
Palestine."
Mrs. Jacobs pleaded for Jewish
unity to defend Jewish rights and
combat hatred and declared that " "during the last few years, when I honest national pride through a
now waves of anti-Semitism have dramatic system of Jewish educa-
been washed upon our shores, it lion, ^ resistance to totalitarianism
has become evident that immigra-
lieation of seven books on Jewish
religious literature during the past
year with an appropriation of
$25,000. The commission on syna-
gogue activities adopted a plan for
an educational program of social
justice among members of congre-
gations affiliated with the union.
tion opportunities for Jews are
meagre. Topping the list of coun-
tries where dews can find refuge
is Palestine, an indication that
Zionism has provided a home and
ml dedication to the cause of Pal-
estine" as "three vitalizing prin-
ciples" for Jewish youth to fol-
low.
The convention received mes-
sages from Henrietta Szold, foun-
tain molts lo a "Din Torah."
Sincerely.
(Signed) MAX FEIT.
a hope for the Jewish people." In dor of llada--a>i; Dr. Chaim Weiz-
:mi address entitled "Challenge to mann. president of the World Zion-
Jewish Youth," Dr. Sachar declared ist Organization; Dr. Albert Ein-
that the chief task for Jewish stein. Governor Herbert II. Leh-
youth in this country is the devel- man and Meier Diozongoff, mayor
opnietit Of a creative Jewish life of Ted Aviv.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, December 6,
The Pidyon Haben for the infant
son of Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Wash-
er will be observed in traditional
manner next Tuesday, December
10th, at 3 p. m., at the home of
the rabbi, 1136 S. W. Fifth st. A
reception and open house will fol-
low at 8:16 p. m., to which mem-
bers of the congregation and La-
dies' Auxiliary and friends are in-
vited. No cards will be issued.
* *
Mr. Moses H. Rosenhouse of New
York and former president f Beth
David Synagogue, is a visitor to
Miami, and spending some time
with his mother and relatives.
+ *
Mr. A. David Rayvis of Phila-
delphia is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 11. Rayvis, and will re-
main here for a short time.
* *
M I. M. Grossman is a pa-
tient -i. Francis Hospital,
Miami Beach, w hi i e she under-
went a opci al ion las I

* -
With the formal "inning of lb -
tel r>..... I h st. and Collins
a\i. Sunday night, Decembei
Miami Beach will have another in-
stitution that will enhance the
standing of the Jewish community
in this area. Just completed, it
will have 150 rooms, spacious and
beautiful lobbies, large and attrac-
tive dining room and everything
that gees to make the modern hotel
inviting. In charge are Mr. an.I
Mrs. I. Evans of the famous Hotel
Evans of Loch Sheldrake, N. Y.,
everything will be done to make
the guest comfortable. The din-
ing room is under the personal su-
pervision of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Laxer, who have been associated
with some of the largest hotels in
the Catskill Mountains. The din-
ing room will be operated as "kosh-
er" and all dietary laws will he
strictly adhered to. The formal
opening will be marked by a din-
ner dance, beginning Sunday eve-
ning at 5:30 and lasting until ''
o'clock. Music and entertainment
of the finest will be provided and
an opportunity will be given the
guests to inspeel this new and
beautiful hotel. The tariff will be
only $2.50 per person and will in-
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\i. R. ADLER
Second Vice-President, Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau
elude entertainment and the dance.
* *
A regular meeting of the Chesed
She! Kmeth Sisterhood was held
last Monday at Beth David Talmud
Torah. Plans were made for a
bridge party at Miami Beach the
last 'd this month. Chairman in
charge is Mrs. Wexler, who will
be assisted by Mas. Manual Kippa,
Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Mrs. Blut-
Stein. The rummage store asks
that the public co-operate with her
in contributing rummage, as funds
are needed to provide free burial
and shrouds for needy, and emer-
gency cases. Mrs. Manuel Kippa,
chairman of the rummage sale
committee, is being assisted by
Mesdames s. Abenson, A. Blut-
stein, Joseph Schonfeld, A. Green-
: erg, J. Solomon, E. Pont and Mor-
ris Kotkin. Mrs. Sol Schwartz an-
nounced that the sewing circle will
meet at her home next Wednesday
and invited all interested to come.
* *
Mr. Manual Kippa. president of
the Chevrah Kadisha, announces
that the Chevrah Kadi-ha will cel-
ebrate its annual dinner Tuesday,
December Huh. at 6 p. m.. at the
home of Mrs. William Clein. I860
S. W. Fourth st. This dinner is
held in accordance with Custom.
Invitations have been issued to
members and friends. Mrs. Terry
Stein will be toastm is tress.
Collins Hotel at
Biscayne -t. and Collins ave., Miami
Peach, will ibis year be under Ma-
.. management and operated
STANLEY C. MYERS
\c President, Jewish Welfare
Bureau
by the same family who have op-
erated the Riverside Hotel at Mt.
Clements, Mich., for a long num-
ber of years. The dining room
will be open to the general public.
It will be under rabbinical super-
vision and every dietary law will
be strictly adhered to. Reasonable
prices will be charged.
* *
An important special board
meeting of Beth David Sisterhood
will be held at the home of Mrs.
B. Kandle, 1166 S. W. Sixth st,
next Monday afternoon, December
MAX
I irst Vice-President, Jewish
fare Bureau
Wei-
9th, at o'clock. All members of
the board are asked to attend.
*
Mr. Sam Schechter announces
the reopening of the Ocean Vie*
Inn at Ocean Drive and Second st.,
for the second conscecutive season
under his management. The hotel
has been completely redecorated,
renovated and refurnished, so as to
make it very attractive. The din-
ing room, to which the general pub-
lic is invited, will, as usual, be un-
der the supervision of Mr. Schech-
ter, and "strict kashrus" will pie-
1935 I
vail. An invitation is extended to I
the general public to visit the
Ocecan View Inn. Hungarian cui-
sine, for which the Schechters are
famous, will again prevail, jj.
and Mrs. Sam Schechter also on
erate the well known Lincoln Ho-
tel at Long Beach, N. y,

Announcement has been made 0
the recent appointment of Dr. Her",
man R. Mechlowitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Mechlowitz of this
city, as an interne for Detroit
.Mich., for the Children's Fund
Michigan.
Laic Friday evening services a;|
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miumil
Beach, will begin tonight at 81
o'clock, when Rabbi David I. i: .1
enbloom will preach on "I Haven't!
Decided Yet." Cantor Maurice!
Mamches will chant the servi
lead the congregational inging.
fir I v/ o u
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Plain Talk
By AL SEGAL
"Another Desert"
.....'........'........""........"'".....i...........mm.......mi.........i.....il
Enroute Westward Twenty peo-
ple in the lounge car. Strangers!
The stoul man who looks like a
realtor.
11 Chinese woman with her two
small children. The tall, thin man
who must lie a minister or a Bchool
principal. Thi a ib us blonde
lady with tl
The short, .- out, bobb d w
who puzzles i 1 she the mother
an Imothi i of the two
smal childn n who are with her?
W are i Ti ;,
New Mexico. (,,.,1 I .rgot thi
I] gjl hi I
e. ii loi
er s unlit:
i i
a ] aim tree, b i i
here, thi
...
1 I i ii .a
privileged,
ir a ; i -
gray I
a desert! Inscrut-
lin mysell
bj guessing: On what errand is
thi irray little fat man going? He
puffs hard must have asth
ma going wi it for his health,
probably ... a fat little old man
whu gathered a lot of money and
asthma.
Ci rtainly, the lovely young wom-
an with the bald-headed, middle-
aged husband must be on her
honeymoon married him foi
in- money, that's what she iliil .
eouldn'nt have married him for
love he is really no better 1 i >k
inv:. not much younger than 1. wh
am neither handsome nor young,
Page Three
LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND
By LOUIS PEKARSKY
During the years of the depression American Jewry has
lietn appealed to for so many overseas causes that the im-
prcs-ion has been created that the .lews of this country have
het'n bled dry for their co-religionists abroad. David A.
Brown, national chairman of the $500,000 American ORT
Campaign, and the man who has raised more money for over-
seas relief than any other American, recently punctured this
myth with some pertinent figures.
.Mr. Brown pointed out that from 1930 to 1935, the com-
bined total of the funds raised by the chief Jewish money -
raisin.i* agencies in this country for Kulropean and overseas
relief, including Germany and Palestine, but excluding Ha-
dassah and the Jewish National Fund, has been less than
$10,000,000. Reduced to other terms, said Mr. Brown, this though I am not bald-headed
means that American Jewry has contributed an average of _\n: gne couldn't have man mi
(1,600,000 per year for the past six years, or. on a per capita nim for love.
basisper year (figuring 4,500,000 Jews in the U.S.), approx-1 The young WOman in the red
imately thirty-seven cents. bodice well, she is perhaps on
Studying these figures forces one to the conclusion that ,M(. way meej her husband on
notwithstanding the curtailed incomes of American Jews tne ,,,.,., h,. nuist have a new
and (he pressing needs of family and communal obligations po8jtion there and somewhere he
at home. American Jewry has fallen down on its responsibility wiu ,,.,., her at Bome Btation and
to overseas relief and Palestine. The record of the last six we shau .,, tearful kissing; ami
years is not one to inspire pride. On the eve of a series of ,,,., gne maj not be going to meel
new drivesthe United Palestine Appeal, the Joint Distri- ner husband, but going awaj from
bution Committee's campaign and the OUT campaignthe him to return to her parents,
significance of the figures offered by Mr. Brown should Al|, for that matter, the mid-
make American Jewry determined to return to its pre-depres- dic-aged bald-headed man maj not
ion standard of living. be the husband of the pretty blonde
at all. but her father rather, or her
elderly brother; and the puffing
fat little old man may not be go-
ing west for his health, but for or-
ders for his doorknob factory. II"
How often have vou been confronted with the talk of may be the doorknob king, going
the "double standard" in your everyday life? We talk not west to make California doorknob
merely of the standard involving the relations between man conscious, as thej Bay.
md woman. We now discuss that standard of morality, of
ethics, ..I dally conduct, that are preached and talked about Oh, these strangers in th
'" the pulpit and on the air bv those who set themselves up are all guesswork, entertaining
8 our leaders and guides. >uzz,ea in the b,eak' BUn-drenched
stars Hack Campaign
All of Harry llershfield's friends
in the Hollywood movie colony are
wishing him success as chairman
of the 8100,000 campaign now be-
ing conducted in New York for thi
hem fit of the I Air...des Sana-
m ai I Expatii nts Home. The
moi y is badly needed to reduce
the debl of this national institu-
tion for sul from tul rcu-
losis. I :. n- exprc .
re sent to Hershfi
the openin; at the
B eMille,
' B ilayer, I'hil
.

.' ii
I

< di .
lew among
the Je\ ...:.:,.;
.
.
....
b daj .i al "h and I !a
nia's desert sunshine One of
co inti i; arts of the
whii h Ceci B. UeMille sent
oui in hopes it would find him an
ideal Delilah for "Samson and De-
lilah," turns out to be a Chicago
girl with the unusual name of Joi
Sin I'aul Muni, we hear, has
won the most important role of his
brilliant career in the theatre, the
leading part in Al. (;. M.'s "The
Good Earth." .Muni is considered
one id' the outstanding character
actors in the United Stale.-. Irving
G. Thalberg told us of his final
Choice for the role after several
of Becret tests made at
Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer. Selection
Of Muni for this part comes as an
a Ided tribute to an actor who is
i cognized as a genius in make-up,
a reputation which he won in sev-
eral di imatic films Mussolini
could never have predicted what his
Ethiopia h mid do to Holly-
ns, bui csterday the
;n lived as ex-
emplified by Sally Eilers, blonde
fi in tar, who w saw on her way
k in Eddie (lantoi'.- next pic-
ture, 'in Sal j' throat i n
lbalm i hokcr, on her wrist
type of Ira. .lei. I
ne I from the no own
designs, thej are of hi avj chain
th onyx para-
tions and big coral and tun to
studs.
II n :' i Job
A Meyers, who was on the
t a 1 11
Herald i or
o years and was as ist-
men's club new ditor until
;. new position with
the Helen Ferguson motion picture
publicity organization in llolly-
WOOd. In her new work .-he has
the task of publicizing the great
film stars and her writings reach
newspapers and other publications
I rein coast I" coast. She is also
gaming a n putation as an aide
movie fan magazine writer. She
is a very clever and capable writ-
i Cl and newspaper woman and
should go far in her new activity.
II opyright, 1935, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
The Double Standard
_ guides.
How often have we heard "do as I preach ... not as I do.
hurled facetiously at so-called leaders and yet how
desert; all except one.
Somewhere 1 met him. He is
Often is it actually~and justifiably true. How often do we short, thin and hPjfacet* *?d
hear these so-called spiritual leaders prate about "Kashrus sprouts a black mustache. Surely,
and themselves violate every principle of it. And at this l know him.
"me perhaps it may not be amiss to ask of one of these BO-
I met him long ago on some
He ileliv-
put us in
till believe
believe in
- inienis ana purposes removed bubbbii "..... Um?"
tods of his people? Or is it that he is already .so far re- Him ^ ^ ^
"ved from his people that this matters but little to him. '., th(,,. dosert> as i distinctly
cmes to preaching as distinguished from practicing
dden calf together.
i is is no stranger, I have met
him often since. We have marched
together in many an exodus in
many a desert wilderness; in these
pilgrimages we have at times hated
each other.
"You the leader of this!" I have
exuiaimed reproachfully. "I am
the leader."
And with burning rage he has
demanded: "By what right are you
a kader? Who made vou a lead-
Thin is the very same fellow. We
have suffered the same pain to-
ne! her, the same sword and the
same lire.
Yes, I know him by the common
pain. We have loved each other,
even a- we have hated. Our af-
fection has been most when we
have suffered most. I have fed
him and he has fed me; there were
times when 1 grew rich and looked
With scorn upon him, since he was
>lill poor.
"If it weren't for this lowly
kind it would be better for us all,"
I said.
Then a time came when he was
rich (and lived in a mansion), while
I was poor and lived in a hovel
and had no manners at all.
From his high mansion he looked
down on me and said: "His kind
brings contempt on all of us."
Oh, I have known this man 2,000
years. He sits opposite me in the
lounge car and glances across, as
if to day, "Haven't I met you some-
where, my friend?"
Hi' is the only one who is no
Stranger among the 20 in this des-
ert. I scarcely know what to say
to these others. What common In-
terests of conversation have we?
. The blue sky, the illimitable
desert, the comforts of the train,
the service of the dining car .
but these are soon exhausted. As
soon as I leave this car our lives
An Open Letter
My Dear Friends:
The response to mi letter to you
through Th' -l wi h Floridian is
most gratifying.
1 am most happy to say we have
several new members and a gen-
erous response to our call for rum-
mage.
I want to thank those from whom
We have heard and hope to hear
from time to time from many more
friends.
The membership 'if every Jew-
ish woman in this community is
very important. We need you all.
On December 18th, at the An-
tilla Hotel, Mrs. Martin Raff will
lie hostess at a bridge for the ben-
efit of the Welfare Auxiliary, and
you are all cordially invited. Plans
are heeing made for a pleasant
afternoon.
Our next regular meeting will
be held on Monday. December Kith,
in the Mark Store and auditorium
ai L! p. m., where you will be
greeted by our hospitality chair-
man. Mrs. Morris Dubler, who will
also assist Mrs. M. Raff on De-
cember lKth.
Thanking you all for your splen-
did co-operation,
Mosi sincerely,
MRS. IDA OPTNER,
President.
P. S.Please mail your dues to
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, 512 S. W.
Twenty-first ave., and coll us to
get your discarded clothing.
will he far apart.
But this one ... I shall edge up
to him we shall talk of our
common pain we can talk for
20,000 years or, at least, as far
as Tucson, where I get off.
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Pane Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, December G, 1935
The World's
Window
"Good i He a Jew"
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
world. We arc the men of peace,
the men of mind. Our Bufferings
are not the Bymbols of our folly
and our truilt; they are the sym-
Society
The physical culture class con-
husiness conditions and as a re-
sult predicts an unusually busy
Winter season in Florida.
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ill be prosecuted.
ber9th, at 8 o'clock, at 1761 S. W. rjftj guests attended, danced and
Ah. we have our own private Fifteenth St. All Women who arc partook of the festive board. RoS-
hare of guilt. We played in too interested arc urged to join im- aijnd is the daughter of Mr. and
mediately.
.Mrs. William Friedman. Milton A.
Friedman, brother of the honoree,
A regular meeting of the Ladies' presided over thepunch bowl.
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare
i-eau will be held at the Mark \ regular meeting of Junior Ha-
V'idd r now. We are a weak peo- Monday, December 16th, at dasnah will be held December!
2 p. in., when an interesting pro- a( the Roos veil apartment, l25o
irram will be presented. Pennsylvania ave., Miami H<
* ;,t 8:30 p. in. Plans for the offi-
The La I xiliary of thi all, to bi iring Jan-
servile a fashion the game of the
pagan world, the world of the hoo-
We were not ready for
martyrdom at the right time and
irtyrdom is all the
Closed Saturdays Phone 2131
DR. R. S. AKERS
DENTIST
Office Houn:
V:M A. M. tu I: nil p, ||t
1711 N. W. 36th St.. Miami, Fla.
I with its half pie and | of a
the mora)
.. I!" Thi ai inl ted, "f an
fact, is .1 ii e l w in an un-
Whether he is Bureau is spon- ,,;,,>-, will be discussed. The .ve-
il treats hu- martyr to the 1 card party and tea for the njng program will carry oul
he is pro- 1 work on j. \. F. project, and moving pic-
. e his \, i 18th, at -2 ,,,,-, ,,.' Palestine life will I"- a
Save Time. .Miles and Monc)
USE
short Straight Wo '< Miami Beach
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or ritual
, runs ii. uallj Vntilla Hotel. Coral feature, in addition to which a skit
what
ir woe
ii- suf-
:can. Ili Mrs. Ma In Raff as wj]| \n. presented. Members arc
can be erect, howe> Prizes will be awarded requested to bring their J. X. F.
hotly lie can dare to h ai I refreshments boxes. A social hour will follow
I and all mankind when wj'| |. served. The public is urged the regular meeting.
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that : the nun of blood and brutality, to attend. *
a Jew!" would be uttered Kasi or Wi t. dare no longer to A capacity crowd attended the
ong had not di they have smothered Mr. and Mrs. Sol Siegel of Chi- annual Thanksgiving dance spon-1
ined to turn the sol> into a r decenter aims in the cago, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brenner SOred by Junior Hadassah Thurs-!
laugh. nc an- and lamentation.- of their 0f Hagerstown, Mr., and Mi'.-, lia ,|ay niirht at the Hotel Alcazar. A'
Well, the Jewish people is at fellowmen. It i- it is good to be ker of Baltimore are guests at the program of entertainment includ-

Jew.
as .only beset today as it
was in those older days when this
sprang from the folk Bome-
where in Poland. Yet I do not
think that it rould be written now.
One might rather write in this day,
di spite towering horror and im-
1 1 1 .1,.., ''"' threads of the creative argu-
mitigable tragedy, a song that .
In the last third of that one
sovereign literary masterpiece
which our age has produced, Thom-
as Mann's "'rhe Magic Mountain,"
St. George apartments. Miami
Beach, for the Beason,
a
Mrs. Sadie Rothstein of Detroit
is visiting her daughter and son-
ed novelty guitar selections, souks
by Irving Fields, tenor; dance by
Miss Gladys Max.
*
Miss Ida Colodny of Burlington,
would gravely declare that in such
a world as this it is in all sober
truth a good thing to be a Jew.
mi in fact to anyone whl
mint are drawn together and in
their name Thomas Mann bids
farewell in the very name
and g.....Iness and human hope to
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kotkin, y*^ who is spending a vacation at
for the season. | the Harlin Hotel on Miami Hcacli.
entertained friends at a Thanks-
Mrs. Jack Hirsch was unani- giving party at the hotel. Danc-
. ... mously chosen president of the jg. an(| games were enjoyed.
. Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Among the guests were Dr.
And it i- mi in tact to anyone who ""' """ '"'""" ""'" Jewish Orthodox Congregation at pnj|j,, Joseph, S. Conn, Chicago;
, P .... 1:1., tnui i'iiiiitiniu' u>\ 6 <>i ut'jitn .Hid _, ,
i8 capable of seeing life steadilj dapkneM 0f war and so-called hon- a specml meeting last Il"'s,la>' the Misses Harriett and Elaine
and whole, and who can be nour- ^ ^.^ ^ recognized as the dis- nighl '" '"'" th.e Vi"':m,'-V caufd Sonneschein, Brooklyn: Mr. and
ished and sustained by inner, by
intellectual satisfactions.
TOi*",, t/.\ i 1 (- tin hi." lit !
ease Of his people's SOUl. As long ? ""' "'es.gnation oi Mrs, Philip Mrs. Sam Windsor, Cleveland; Phil
ago as October, 1930, in years BerkOWlt I a for- Cato| New York; Mis Henrietta
lie publication of "The Magic
mer president of the organisation. Lowencron, Queens, N. Y., and
Daniel Dailey of Atlantic City.
Mr. I. Roth, father of Dr. Ed-
ward Roth of Miami Beach, re-
turned to the city after spending
Late Friday evening service- of
We suff !. Bui let us not for- Mountain," he hastened to Berlin
inkind suffers, There Mom his home in Munich to rai 1
are at lea tupid and cruel voiei once more in warning
; there are mil- against that putrifying romanti-
lions without work or hope; al barbaric cult of hate
other millions whose moral and death which was engulfing his
bankruptcy and whose moral suf- people that mania and that mad-
on ymbolized by the very ness which in 1933 there general, and other relatives While "'''
\ ni'k Mr. Roth observed
six weeks in New York, where he the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
visited his son, a former special gregation will begin the second |
assistant United States attorney Shabbos of Chanuka on December
27th. when a very interesting pro-
madnesses and cruelties and ex- was left him no method except
in which thej are seek- flight into exile.
. temporary refuge from de- We .lew- have been criticized
Thi millions if A ia are for being too realistic of spirit,
er and dis- too unromantic of ideal, too tena-
the millions 1 any by eious of life and its positive goods.
ike that of ll true, we do not understand
.....ints of the Mid 1 -hare these (lark romanticisms
in other hate and blood, these dancing-
. fed in mi.-cry. in slavery, in dervish cults, these dedications to
hopelessness. And i is their death. We cannot, except incases
world, Iheir civilization, so-called, of diseased a. iiniiatory enntami-
(heir lead) is who have brought nation, even understand these
them to this pass. We did not things. The poisons from which
plunge the nations into that World .,, great an artist and bo noble a
War which was the first and mo.-t character as Thomas Mann had
violent symptom of this disease first tu cleanse his lilood and brain
in \ 1 w
that has attacked mankind. The
nation.- dragged US With them, riv-
al 1 no part of either our racial or
our cultural heritage. Hear the
erywhere nun of our blood and Pgaimist: "Lo amuth I shall not
tradition plead for peace and ruuii-
Khi-cchyehbut I shall live,
elied moderation. And when the va'asaper ma'asel Yah and I shall
war was over it was again Jews declare the works of the Eternal.
who, wherever they had place or Chastening He hath chastened me
power, strove for reconciliation the Eternal, but unto death h"
and healing. Misguided idealists nath not given me." That is the
of Jewish birth, like Kurt Eisner, profoundest expression in all lit-
BOUght suddenly to embody UtO- eratiirc, sacred or profane, of that
pia- But note that they wen at spirit which Thomas Mann, too,
once swept aside. Nowhere and pleads for and upholds, of that
at no time did they have the ruth- spirit which in this darkening age
ii ness to maintain power. Were can alone save mankind. To live
it true, as our enemies feign, that and to declare by creative action
the Bolshevik seizure of power was lin(| creative participation in them
largely Jewish, it would have crum- the works of the Eternalthat is
pled in three days. Jews, like ; truth the whole duty of man.
Christian liberals, arc afraid of in-j And every unwarped Jew knows
justice and tremble at murder and that instinctively; it is the very
proscription and liquidation. While BUbstance of his spiritual heritage
tiny seek to persuade, hooligans (liu ,,f which he acts, even when
are ready with their blackjacks. ^ ^^ jt ||ofc repeat. m ^
Hence it is the hooligans who pre- ,., ... .
1. .u u > ...;,i, .h; is doch zu sain a id. It is indeed
vail. It is the hooligans with then-
new mass-manias who terrorize the good to be a Jew.
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Friday,
December 6, 1935
Jacksonville News
tain
iifg. Marry Finkelstein enter-
Wednesday evening, Decem-
~,'1th. in her home at i)24 Mar-
: st.
-]!. proceeds <>f this affair are
. provide music for the cabaret
will be Btaged on December
[):30 o'clock in the evening,
room of the Wind-
tel, with Mrs. S. S. Coffin
an.
the games refresh-
will be served. The admis-
nominal and the pa-
of friends will be appre-
____E JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
STATEWIDE NEWS
St. Petersburg
Notes
Daytona Beach
Notes
"'"''' ;i voices will
" Ihe pulpit, and the
an
West Palm Beach Tampa Notes
Services of Cong. B'nai [era 1
Friday at 8 p. m. Sermon, "The
[deals of Conservative Judaism."
Saturday morning, '.' o'clock; Sun-
day session, 10 a. m.; Hebrew
classes daily, 4-fl p. m.
Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146,
B'nai B'rith, is making arrange-
ments for an elaborate reception
and banquet in honor of \1
Barbara Susanne Bokor, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bokor
of 412 Floribra
Abi cell brated hei
Mr. Manuel Rubin and Mrs.
I Cornfield were married No-
vi mber L8th at Rabbi Kleinfeld's
i esidence.
avc., recently
first birthday at
ing.
given in marriage week.
--,;; ,-mem-
commu-
. Mr. and Mrs. M. r cital a b. d the

had no attendants.
mes-
V. J., Mrs. Perlman was the
of her daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schoen.
The l.adi. -' Auxiliary and
Society will hold a concert and
aid paiiy on Sunday. December
. 8th, at i m.. Spon ioi ed by .Mrs.
Rosi Rub n, who provides all re-
. The
ted by Mrs.
are: Mrs. J. Miller, .Mrs. s.
Schwartz and Mrs. Ed Kaufman.
, after which the young Stephen Sirkin, Max Ossinskyi shVpa'rd. oTwithTrTrank rt take place this week-
couple motored for a wedding trip -Mar-hall Goldman and Marvin ,.. .., !.,.. ,......._ ..',,'.'"! .'",'
rip
11 South Florida.
The bride attended Andrew .lack.
: High school and is a popular
nember of the younger set.
Mr. Brice is connected with the
Vanity Slipper Shop as assistant
r, and is president of the
Junior Progressive Society.
Mrs. Dora Horowitz announces
ment of her daughter,
, to Dr. Joseph Rose of
Washington, I). C. The date of the
rig will be given later.
The international relation.- Btudy
Of the Temple Sisterhood
I mday morning in the home
: Mrs. I. I.. Kaplan. Mrs. P. X.
an continued her discussion
"The League of -Nations."
Sherman.
Young ladies who will act in
"The Lighting of the Candles" in-
clude Shirley Agrcss, Rosalyn
Sherman, Helen Wasserman. Shir-
ley Halpern, Ruby Goldman, Joyce
Trager and Elaine Roth.
man at the Monterey Hotel, at the 1
r.
yearly meeting at the Florence
ICrittenton Home. After the busi-
Peter Vogul of New York ,.ss waa transacted there were
reasonable charge of $1 per person. | City is spending a few weeks with readings and somrs and refresh
A program of entertainment has his wife and children, Sue and Fred
Vogul.
been arranged with dancing follow.
ing the banquet.
Temple Beth Israel benefit card
party waa held Sunday night at
Miss Minna Agress will offer the Schwartzberg Hall on Brow-
piano selections. Recitations will ard ave>i wiIh M H Ha]
be by Marvin Roth and Stanley aml M_ Car, x ,,,.,., ^.^
Nass. There will also be songs by as hostesses. Bridge and other
the group. ,.an| gmieg Were enjoyed by many
members and friends of the sis-
Mi- Pearl Rosenblatt of Jack- terhood in attendance. High score
sonville is spending several weeks favora were awarded al each bridge
here, and is visiting Miss Esta playing table and refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. David Gordon wish
to announce the arrival of a son,
horn November 26th at the Tampa
Municipal Hospital.
Saffer.
were served after the games.
The In Ij e and card party given
lay by the Ladies' Hebrew
Hd Society and Homo
i ..i the Jewish Center
a .-access, in charge Miss Elizabeth Grus, Misa Ethel
Mr A. Hoffenberg, chair- Nelson and Miss Ruth Epstein
Melvin Lobel and Leon Singer of Temple Beth El Sisterhood upon-
Gainesville .-pent the Thanksgiv- s,.,.(| a benefit card party Sunday
holidays in Daytona Beach vis- mgnt at the Monterey Hotel, with
iting friends, m.s. Maurice Moss acting as host-
ess. A large gathering attended
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Tem-
ple Rodoph Sholom gave a benefit
card party Wednesday evening,
December 4th, in the auditorium
of the synagogue. Card games of
all kinds were played and prizes
were awarded for the various
names, Mrs. I. Segal] and Mrs. II.
Peckett acting as hostesses.
ments served. Tile hostesses were
Mrs. I.eon Lew, Lena Perlstein and
Bell Hermer.
The Judaic Council held a very
successful card party last Sunday.
Prizes were awarded to Miss (Vlia
Rubin. David Miller. Hostesses
wire Mrs. Ed Goldman, I.. Holizer,
G. Spiegel and Mrs. Meyer Wcm-
stein.
Miss Josephine Waterman and
her fiance, Mr. Charles Lob of
New Orleans, were guests of hon-
or Sunday morning at a breakfast
of Florida student, was home for
the Thanksgiving week-end.
Mi; Mi II. Talisman, c i-chair-
VIl A. I'.ork, Mrs. P. Puldy,
5. VVorman, Mrs. M. Shapiro,
Hw. J. T. Wilensky.
table was awarded to
1 ovitz as grand prize.
W itten contributed an im-
electrk samovar,
warded to Miss Jcan-
te Michaelson.
ial prizes were awarded to
* Safer and Mr
thai.
and delicious home-made
:"l cookies were served by
mmittee.
M Leonard Pepper, University and enjoyed bridge and other card ;, by the parents of the bride-
games. High score prizea were elect, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waterman,
awarded at each table. Mrs. Ir- at their home, Tin S. Delaware
Moss was the lucky winner a.,..
of a beautiful pillow that was raf- Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
fled off during the evening. De- Jerome Waterman. Rabbi and Mrs.
licioua refreshments were served n. Zielonka, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fyvolent
entertained members of the family
land out-of-town friends with a
Thanksgiving dinner. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller, par-
ents of Mrs. Fyvolent, who were
presented by her grandchildren
with a lovely corsage. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Miller and daughter, Max-
ine, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Miller
of Tampa and others.
spent last week-end in .Miami.
Sisterhood of Temple Israel had
a business meeting Tuesday eve-
ning. Wednesday night its semi
monthly card parts was held at
the Joseph Rutberg home.
after the (.'allies.
A new business soon will open
on Magnolia ave. It will be Gor-
don's Specialty Shop, dealing in
Dave piece goods and wash frocks.
tainer.
The cabaret is in charge of Mrs.
Home for the Thanksgiving hol-
iday from the Florida State Uni-
ty at Gainesville were: Moses
S. S. Coffin, who, with her com-
mittee, is working most diligently
towards the success of the under-
taking,
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld is prepar-
ing an elaborate Chanukah pro-
gram. Those who wish to partici-
pate actively must report at the
synagogue Sunday morning be-
tween Hi and \2 o'clock.
Throughout the evening refresh-
ments will be served, cigars an I
cigarettes will be offered under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Lawrence M.
Beatrice Peiser
M. Morganstern, Purimj Mrs. H.
Kendzier, Pa sover; Mrs. s. Buch- Lippman and Mil
oltz, Shavoth; Miss Cecil Cohen, as chairmen.
ir meeting of the Tern- Sabbath Eve. Concluding the cal- Ticket- of admission may be ob-
"I was held Tuesday endar was a three-minute paper on tained for a nominal sum I mm any
' With the president, Mrs. "Jewish Holiday Spirit," by Mrs. member of the Sisterhood. A gala
"'' lippman, in the chair. I Rm..v Hi.-schl.erir. night ia assured all who attend.
0bM>8 to the nearness of the
Barney Hirschberg.
Maas, Mrs. J. Stem, Mrs. A.
Straus, jr., .lack Straus, Mr. and
Mrs. J. I.. Schaap of Columbus,
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. E, Lob of New
Orleans, Julius Maas, Miss Fran-
ces Benjamin of Jacksonville, Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Levy and B. H.
Levy Of Savannah, (ia., Mrs. Mey- jng 0f the Young Men's Hebrew As.
er Schein of Beaufort, s. c. and S(H.i:j,m. All senior members in
Milton Weil* Jr., of New Orleans. good standing will be eligible to
vote.
TAMPA V. M. II. A. NOTES
Nominations for officers and
members of the board of direc-
tors will take place on Monday
evening, December 9th, at 7:30
o'clock at the next regular meet-
Schupler, Harold Gordon, George
Greenberg and Jerry Gold. They
returned again to Gainesville Sun-
day afternoon.
pukkah festival, the prograrn'of The next big event on the Fred Meyerheim, president .if
May was devoted to this holi- crowded calendar of the Temple Furchgott's, was honored by store
employes on his seventieth birth-
day anniversary last week, when
Misa B. I'eiser was program Sisterhood is the annual cabaret, a
lairnian. The program was opened brilliant benefit affair, which is
*"h a beautiful song by Mrs. W.
Almony, soprano, accompanied
,u>e piano by Mrs. Maye T. Mac-
rfter which a three-min-
' on "Hanukkah Spirit Ap-
Modern Life," by Mrs. Max
" read, following which a
' of Jewish festivals in
8>d symbols arranged by
Peiser was Kiven by Mrs.
"larii Grunthal, Succoth; Mrs.
u,sBc,lack, Hanukkah; Mrs. E.
each year the Sisterhood's out-
standing social event, and which
will take place at '.' o'clock Mon-
day evening, December 10th. in the
beautiful Japanese Garden of the
Windsor Hotel.
An elaborate floor show is being
kept a surprise, and Elliott Butts
will be master .if ceremonies. Mr.
Butts has been heard at several
affairs in Jacksonville and is con-
sidered an unusually fine enter-
Services at Congregation Beth
El will be held tonight at the syn-
agogue on Fern st., with Rabbi
he"'was presented with a floor hu- laser W. Muskat officiating. Rabbi
midor of polished walnut and a boz Muskat will also preach the ser-
of his favorite cigars.
The humidor bore a silver plate
The girls' basketball team has
been formed and will have its first
practice on Wednesday evening,
December nth, and on every
Wednesday thereafter.
The junior boys' basketball
team will play its first game of
the season against the "Rinky
Dinks," a local team, on Tuesday.
bearing the following inscription:
"To Fred Meyerheim, from His
Co-Workers on His 70th Anniver-
sary, November 27th, 1935." A
placard wishing him many happy
returns of the day and bearing the
signatures of the various depart-
ment heads also was presented.
nion. All members and friends of
the congregation are invited to at-
tend.
Temple Beth Israel services will
be held this evening at the Temple
on Brow a rd ave.. with Dr. Carl X.
Herman officiating. Dr. Herman
will also deliver an interesting lec-
ture during the services. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
The committee on the Chanukah
dance, to he given on Wednesday
night, December 25th, reports prog-
ress and has promised a bigger
and better social affair than has
been Kiven heretofore.
The Boy Scouts have changed
their time of meeting from Thurs-
days to Wednesdays.


Page Six
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, December 6, 1935
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. .1 ICOB II. KAPLAN
Rabbi
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'1 in first meeting of the congre- "ill be elected and the discussion
gation for the discussion of Jewish il begin under the leadership oi
problems will take place Thursday Dr. K. an. The first subject is
ember 12th, at 8 lew An.> I Which
o'clock in Kaplan Hall. Office rs lew
a fine C'hannukah program, to
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
o
11 8:15
Dr. Ka| an w
Reform .
i :
: .veil

ted.
condu
Dr. Ka
u
daj from 11 to 12,
P ..; Bi .'
to 10:30,
.1, a.- Bi lit 11 "; Sunday
m 10:30 to 11:45,
.I. i\.-.! Probli
"Il \vi I elii 1 in God u e '< ws
must 1 pray as the Chris-
tians really .1.'. Prayer is the min-
spirii with the divine
spirit, and pi ayi r in a 1
tion derives dignity and strength
. the fact that we do not stand
in our aspirations and
.; S."
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
3 ---------------------------------------O
Herbert Levin read the services
y, 1- anci K:il/.
gave the opening prayer and Peg-
. Gol [smith the closing prayer.
Following birthdays wen
Hai i iv. Goldman, Frank
Davis, Freeman Nevins, Patsj
Mefer, Dorothy Ann Levin, Dick
1 uer and Ko erl !\ inti 1. Eai h
child is called up to the pulpit and
Dr. Kaplan andressea a tew words
of congratulation, and then the
school sings "Happy Birth-
day to Vou."
Each child has been taught to
bring some rontribution to the
lemple on his or her birthday as
son of helebrating the birth-
day by bestowing gifts rather than
them. The monej
for birthdays is usi 1 (
.;, for the library.
1:. largest lontribution last
was made by Intermediate
nt, llasa 1. The 11 ; at-
Intermediate D
. lass -: si cond best attend-
High Si hi "i Department,
3.
Preparatii na ai < b< ing ma
SISTERHOOD
o
'
' i
Mrs. R. I..
1
i.
probli ins. an I
il spoke on the :
ace. Miss Marion Barry
htful selections
,.n the violin, accompanied by Miss
Swords. A social hour was
held after the program.
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and her
r, Mi>. Adolph Cohen, are
for iln' lovely party
planned for Friday afternoon at
Mrs. Wolfson's home, 5465 Pine
ii, Di in. .Miami Beach.
One of the annual events of the
Sisterhood will take place Decem-
ber 27th, Friday evening, at Kap-
lan Hall, A Sabbath dinner will
ved in honor of Dr. Kaplan's
birthday. Reservations may be
made now. as only a limited num-
ber can be accommodated. This
will be a catered dinner. Checks
may be sent to the Temple office
in charga.Itme,tittaoinshrdlueta,ou
$1.25 per plate, or to the committee
Mi -. J. A. Richter, Mrs.
M. 1.. Marcus and Mrs. Benjamin
LaVine.
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
By PHINBAS J. BIBON
Communal Front
We hear that some very big
in Jewish life are quietly
trying to restore harmony between
; | Di tribution Committee
and the Am rican Palestine Cam-
paign ... 11" they succeed the
United Jewish Appeal may be con-
tinued Among those said t"
:.....pposcd to separate campaigns
are Dr. Cyrus Adler and Dr. Mor-
M. Kaplan Incidentally,
if there are two drives il means a
of the Wise- SI
S. Wise will head the Pal
JDl .:...'!
. ,1 sick man
, I will play ho
of the
Women .
iternity had. ra
. prove tha
1 than
i amilj \
. Jewry's Ii 1
1
with Mary Kirk
Brown, the society gal whi
thought she was engaged to Max
. Get ready to congratu-
late Irving Berlin His frau,
the former Ellen Mackay, is ex-
pecting mister Btork Adolph
Lewisohn ran now get a pass to
the gallery of the British House
1 'unions without difficulty .
Krnest Davie, Laborite M. P., is
the husband of Lewisohn's grand-
daughter Wonder whether Au-
gust Belmont 4th knows that the
heir his missus, the former Eliz-
abeth Saltonstall of the Boston Sal-
tonstalls, is about to present him
with, would be a noil-Aryan in
Naziland August's great-
grandfather, the original August
Belmont, came over here in the
1830a as the fiscal agent of the
Rothschilds His name then was
Schoenberg ... It' you know your
French and German you will note
thai Belmont and Schoenberg mean
same thingbeautiful moun-
tain.
Society
The regular monthly meeting of
Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah
will be held at Kaplan Hall Mon-
day afternoon, December 9th, at
2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph Wil-
liamson will be the presiding of-
ficer
Following the business session.
a one-act play. "Hadassah on
Trial," will be presented by Mrs.
Isidor YVeinstein.
Those in the cast are Mrs. Dan
Cromer, Mrs. Louella Fan-, Mrs,
Morris I'lant, Mrs. Henry 1. Wil-
liams, Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, Mr*.
I Simon. Mrs. Tobias Si-
mon, Mrs. A. F. Friedman.
Pan Crom r, mush- chair-
man, will present Miss Mabel
Brunson in songs. ai companied on
iano by Miss Freda Miller.
sidor Cohen is in charge of
hospitality and will welcome all
! at the door. A soeial hour
will follow, and all visiting Hadas.
-ah n mbers are cordially invited
to ati' nd.
i
The regular meetii tl 0 He-
Social Club will be. held on
. December 10th, at 8 p. m.
:.1 the Miami Jew: h Orthodox
Congregation. Member- of the
club recently have been working
for the Jewish National Fund
boxes, because of J. N. F. day next
Sunday. Making addresses before
a number of local organizations
during the past week were Miss
Ray U. Shochet and Mr. George
Ginsburg.
"Haunch, Paunch and Jowl" .
Jane Manner, whose collection of
material for dramatic readings, en-
titled "Tilt Silver Treasury." has
gone into its second printing, is a
very busy woman, w'.i.r with in-
numerable reaidings, radio audi-
tions and the like, in addition to
her regular classes, yet she has
found time to inaugurate a daily
course in English for refugees
from Hitlerland.
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Biscayne Opening
Monday night, December 2nd
marked the- opening of Miami'i
oldest and Florida's fin,-i grey.
hound racing plant.
Five thousand seven hundred and
eighty-six jammed the track fi,,m
roof to every possible place for
them to stand. It was the I
opening that any greyhound
has ever had in the state of Flor.
ida.
This year the Biscayn,. hai
the only totalisator thai is ',11 any
greyhound track in Florid
other feature this year i- I:. .
W'ayie starting boxes.
Ten outstanding rai 1
the inaugural program,
11. nii.n Runyon, wife ol
sports writer, pn out, ,1 .,. jnau.
gural winner, .Mr. Zilcl
ful bronze loving cup.
This year the Biscay]
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tired ai one track, and
waj they are 1 tinning thi ii
iean bn d brother will
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the Bpeed
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Earl liar.- Hanson ai
nel club band have be. :i
ai the track ail si Bson ami
will entertain before and
the races. The band is made in
entirely of local men, as well ai
the workers and personnel of the
track. .Mr. Joe Adams, genenl
manager of the Biscaj .
complimented on the management
of the track. The Biscayne -
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Friday, December 6, 1935
Miami
Y. M. H. A.
Notes
By Harry Schwartz
The past as well as the present
members who have always lent
their support in helping to further
the progress of the "Y" are synon-
ymous with those men who have
achieved great heights in other
fields of endeavor.
Th,],. is no greed or selfishness
ittached t" :'" organization or a
small body of men who have the
vision and initiative to carry on
.;., fine work of realizing a real
mitj center that will some
. mbody all civic minded citi-
zen* inl meeting place.
By ;., splendid co-operation re-
the public in aiding us
ir goal, they, too, are
.! willingness to help
nancial aid. May the
-c shown by the ].ul/-
ited citizens continue as a
their continued co-op-
DR. PRANK CORET
New Treasurer, Jewish Welfare
Bureau
i |'-thy delay, the "Y"
aired and renovated -
py? Many important
ge of interest are being
ed by the men's group. New
member- ;i< epted by the "Y" are
Mark Losner, Ben Silver, Sam
Blank, Mitchell Kasanof and To-
Simon.
It is indeed gratifying to find
that the women have taken such
u interest In the Y. M. H. A., in
that they fully understand the vast
importance of such an organization
city. Subsequently here is
> list of their officers, elected at
their last meeting: Financial sec-'
taiy, Ida Kngler; historian, Mrs.
David I. Rosenbloom; board of di-
rectors, Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mis.
K. Schenkman, Josephine Kolman,
Beatrice Bornstein, Lillian Falk,
Charlotte Kurman, Elsie Riesman
:: Roth Drevich.
illation of officers will be
Sunday, December 15th, at
"Y" clubrooms. Admission of
enta will be charged for plate
inner and entertainment.
The Junioi Division meeting of
by, Deci mber 24th, was de-
thi nominations of new
- Who air to he voted upon
:l"eir next meeting, December
!: tooks :e a hotly contested
. considering that
members list..,I For
Weigh carefully
fork ;. complished by your
Went of rs before removing
Entertaii nt followed the reg-
. .with Miss Sarah
| ""man pr< siding as mistress of
1 ni( Such outstanding en-
I'a,. Satin, who sang
:':-- !l River St. Marie"; also
. who used her vocal
W to i >|,ains 0f J', B
' We All." and last.
' not lea Milton Friedman,
a Helen Morgan by
on top of the piano, that
War ballad, "Votes Good for the
' I for the Gander." All
"d UP members are requested to
"i attendance next Monday, du
lairtti
Herewith is a letter received by
f>om an expert critic:
\*u Uncle:
There
for this letter. One of them
copy "I the Jewi h Ploridian. In
that time-honored publication, the
frst copy of which 1 saw in the
hands of my southern gal friend,
lady Wiiensky of Jacksonville, is
a column purported to be written
by our Mr. Harry Schwartz. An,
Shakespeare! Ah, Shelley! Ah, Mil-
ton! Ah, Coleridge! Ah, Kipling!
Ah, Sinclair! Ah, Wilderness! Ah,
nuts! Who are ye to claim posi-
tion in the marbled vaults of lit-
erature's portals while midst
southern sun and Ploridian palm
-it- enthroned a such as ye? lie
wields his pen with poignant pun-
gent, yet not repugnant power. The
notes in thy readers' hearts that
thou Btrikest are not sour, couldn't
be. You are yet young, like a
flowering bud* Beeking still the
sun that gives its bouquet Give
yourself time and ye shall rise.
And into the new sacred citadels
Of Winchell, O'Brien, Brisbane and
Bellinger shall ye come, behold
even now you all cometh.
This was all dedicated to you,
Mr. Schwartz, for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Suffering Legendam-
bulatoricities (a I-atin word that
means people who are getting tired
of the old ill columnists and leek
for the new).
Here's hoping you can take it.
Best regards,
Your nephew,
BURTON.
_IHJOEWSLORIDIAN
BetlTD^id
Activities
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
3?N "w S^DaVid *-*
'." -V W. Third ave., Friday eve-
" at 8:16. Cantor Nathan
Wroobel assisted by the Beth Da-
via" choir, will chant the liturgic
melodi """ wl lead the con-
gregational singing.
Rabbi S|lapl,.0 will discuss the
object: "Is Unity Possible Among
the Nations of Today?"
The Junior Congregation will
meet Saturday morning at 10:30
Junior Rbbi ivretz Scheinberj
I""1 '"""" Cantors Irving Gins-
burg and Jack Seitlin will officiate
Junior President Robert Miller will
ll:'' benediction. The JJC
(Junior Judaic Congregation) holds
"s "" : Wednesday aft-
' inoon at i o'clock.
ISAAC LEVIN
Assistant Treasurer. Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau, and President
Miami B'nai B'rith
Max Shapiro will conduct
"Parent Class" every Sunday I
morning at 10:30. He will discuss
the "relationship between parent
'"'I child," based upon the fact
that "juvenile delinquency can al-i
ways he traced to parental delin-
quency." The course will include
"Child Study." "Youth Study" and
"Adult Study"; also a study of
Jewish history.
Society
A group in elementary conver-
sational Hebrew and Jewish His-
tory in the light of modern inter-
pretation will meet every Wednes-
day evening at 7:.'Su at the Talmud
Torah. Those who desire to at-
tend please communicate with the
rabbi.
Mis. A. Louis Mechlowitz of this
city is visiting her relatives in At-
lanta. Ga.
*
Tin Sunday school of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
present a Chanuka play at the Y.
M. H. A. building on Sunday, De-
cember L'L'nd, at 2:30 p. m.,' when
Hn> children will he seen in "Hot
Prom the Apocrypha." Kabbi Jul-
ius Washer will direct the play and
program,

Plans have been completed for
the annual Chanuka party featured
The Beth David choir will meet
every Wednesday evening at H at
the Talmud Torah.
FEDERA.L
SAVING^,
AND "v
LOAN --" .
TO Bl'ILD
REPAIR or
REFINANCE
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A Talmud Torah Chanukah din-
ner and concert, sponsored by the
Beth David Congregation, will take
place Sunday evening, December
22nd, at 6:30. Please make your
reservations.
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Beth Jacob Sisterhood is plan-
ning lor the annual Chanuka din-
ner which "ill be held this yeai
at Kraemei'.- dining rooms, Miami
Beach, on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 22nd, at 7:30 p. m. All wh i
wish to attend are asked to make
reservation- with Mrs. David I.
Rosenbloom.
* *
The Miami chapter of S
Hadassah has completed plans for
fourth annual New Year's Evi
ebration at the Ploridian Hotel,
Miami Beach. This event is one
of the big affairs of the SI B
and attracts ino.-l of the promi-
nent residents and visitors in this
area. In charge of arrangements
is Mrs. Sam Simonhoff.
Mr. Ish Sholom, who attended
the Louis Institute of Chicago, has
been engaged as instructor in the
Talmud Torah under the direction
: Rabbi Shapiro. Mr. Sholom has
had experience in teaching in sev-
eral Hebrew school- and Yeshivos
in the North.
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Sunday evening, December 22nd, at
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Will be served. The public is in-
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evening are Mcsdames B. Chert-
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J. L. Shochet. The event is being
sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
ciliation for the benefit of its
Talmud Torah fund.
More than three hundred and
fifty guests attended the fourth
annual dance of the V. M. ||. .\.
Wednesday night at the Miami
Beach Country Club. Entertain-
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New York as master of ceremo-
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THE JEWISH Ft.ORIDTAN___________
Friday, December C,
1935

ii
Warner Bros, have set a new
high standard in "Broadway Gon
dolier," which starts Sunday at tlu
Seventh Avenue Theatre.
Possessed of an engaging story
and a romantic setting, Hick Pow-
ell and .lean Blondell, catchy tunes
and hilarious comedy, it is delight-
fully presented by an all-star east,
which also includes Adolphe Men
jou and Louise Fazenda.
The .story revolves about Dick
Powell, as a New York taxicab
driver, in his efforts to launch
upon a Binging career. In this
ambition he is aided by .Mcnjnu,
who convinringly portrays a brok-
en down Italian musiral tearher.
The climax sees the romantic en-
tanglements all straightened out,
but how this conies about is what
furnishes a most unusual finish for
this extremely enjoyable piece of
BCreen entertainment.
son presided at the tea table.
.Mis. J. N. Morris, cultural chair-
man, announced that the class in
parliamentary law, conducted by
Air-. T. T. Stephens, would take
place on Friday morninK at 10
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Abe
Rubin, 1352 S. W. Fourteenth^
RUSSELL F. HAND
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815 Seybold Building
Phone 2-8635
BARON -.:E :)i:s< H MEYEB
Secretary, Jewish Welfare Bureau
Robert Montgomery Fran-
chot Tone Clark Gable .
Bonald Colman these arc the men
.-elected by .loan Crawford as hav-
ing the most "charming smiles on
the screen."
"And if you want me to pick the
of these, I refuse," grinned
Joan. lExcepi that Franehot's
lauirh is the most infectious in the
world."
The discussion began on the "No
More Ladies" set at MetrO-Gold-
wyn Mayer, when the star's new
picture was beiny filmed, with
Montgomery, Tone, Edna May Ol-
iver, i lharli Rug E les and others.
Conversation swung around to film
aspirants and the importance of a
smile.
"I can almost pick a winner by
mill ." .loan was Baying. "If
or forced he ha
chance. You can't radiate charm
n't feel it inside and you
: mil warmth with a
smile turned on like an electric
t."
Directed by Edward II. Griffith,
and produced by Irving Thalberg,
"No .More Ladies" open- Sunday at
the Tivoli Theatre.
The afternoon's program consisted
of tableaux which described the
work that is being accomplished by
the Miami section. The tableaux
were directed by Mrs. flyman Levy
and introduced by Mrs. Albeit Ros-
enthal. The mush- accompaniment
was played by Professor Leo Port-
neroff. Those taking part in the
tableaux were: Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
Mrs. Max Ghcrtler, Mrs. Abe Ru-
bin, Mrs. Jeanette Goodkowsky,
Mrs. Morris Rubin, Mrs. Joseph
.Morris. Mrs. Harry Magid, Mrs.
Sidney Jacobs, Mrs. Harry Ham-
bard, Mrs. George Cohen. Mrs.
Benjamin Levine, Mrs. Jack Si-
mons, Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, Mrs.
Ma Optner, Mrs. Joseph Rii liter.
At the conclusion of the pro-
gram a bouquet was presented to
Mrs. Levy in appreciation of her
work. The following new mem-
l>i r- were introduced by Mrs. Roth-
lein, and each one was presented
with a flower: Mrs. Martin Raff,
MRS. SADYE (;. ROSE
Executive Secretary. Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau
Mrs. Edward Friedman, Mrs. Ralph
Neufeld. Mrs. B. F. First, Mrs.
Frank Becker. Mrs. fort-is Ja-
cobs, Mrs. S. J. Spector, Mrs. Sam-
uel llalpin, Mrs. Dora l.eiberman,
Mrs. Harry Cordon, Mrs. Milton
Travers, Mrs. Louis Pokress, Mrs.
David Brown, Mrs. David Zavon,
Mrs. Isidore I.anjrner, Mrs. Sidney
Jacobs, Mrs. M. Dreyer, Mr... Anna
Brenner Mankis, Mrs. Harry '/..
Silverman, Mrs. Max WiggS, Mrs.
Max Pepper, Mrs. Albert Kahn.
Mrs. Louis Salter, Mrs. Herman
Schneider, Mrs. Harry Miller. Mrs.
M. Lazarus, Mrs. Irving Frumkes,
Mrs. Jack Barbash, Mrs. Louis
Strauss, Mrs. Benjamin Kendal,
Mrs. Benjamin Bronston, Mrs. Ida
Leer, Mrs. Charles Abbott. Mrs.
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Mrs. II. I. Magid, first vice-
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Society
tertainers from other night clubs.
Addresses were delivered by Al.
Grossman, president of the "Y";
Director Boris S'hlachman, Al I'al-
lott, chairman of the dance, and
Murry Grossman, who presented a
gift to Al Rosenfeld, past presi-
dent of the "Y," for his work with
the organization. Quite a goodly
sum was realized for the building
fund of the organization.
Plans are now being made for a
gala event the latter part of De-
cember for the benefit of the build-
ing fund.
* *
About one hundred and fifty
members and guests attended the
annual membership tea of the
Miami section of the National
Council of Jewish Women at the
home of Mrs, Max Wiggs, 1G71
Meridian ave., Miami Beach, Wed-
nesday afternoon. Guests of honor
of the occasion were the wives of
rabbis, including Mrs. Jacob II.
Kaplan, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs.
David I. Rosenbloom and Mrs. Jul-
ius Washer. They formed the re-
ceiving line with Mrs. Morris Al-
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Mrs. Lewi- I'.. Rothlein, member-
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