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The Jewish Floridian ( December 13, 1935 )

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if Jewish floridi3 n COMBINING iriH^ /#. i% Vol. &-N' •''' — 0 Tlh Jiewiislh lUiniilty // MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DKCKMBKR l: t um Jewish News Miami Jews and Around the World Christians Unite Cong. Wilcox Denounces Hitler Price Five Cent* Mi NvnaC'E" 1 Council Appeals to Christendom in Behalf of German Je*Following ih,. lead of Newton D. Baker and the national movement to abolish religious prejudice, B'rith Miami organized a branch of the National Conference or Jews a:,! Christians at a meeting at the Ev. erglades Hotel Monday night. With clergymen and civic loaders in the oily lending their support, the group mot to name as temporary chairmen the Rev. Glenn .lames John P. Stok. torney, ami Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. Among those present were Judge v,. w York (WNS)—Appealing in e of • Ihristendom" %  meet Nazism's "deliberate chal... teachings of Judaism ,,.i Christianity" and its "threat n culture and civiliza^D," organized religious Jewry in ted States, Bpeaking the Synagogue Council of j amea .\. Dunn, Father Wil : a manifesto assail. Barry, Judge Daniel P. Galen, Al; exander Orr, jr., Walter M. Grubb, M. I.. Marcus, Herbert A. Simon, Zeientz, 1 aac Levin, Dr. ('. _. "the dt gradation of the Jew" in Germany and deal there has not been 11 sufficiently impressive cry of horror at what has taken place in [Germany." Signed by Rabbis Sam| s hulman, Elias Margolin and de Sola Pool, representing I Conservative and Ortho|ta Jewry, respectively, the manideclared thai "We know the flieory that there can be no interin the internal affairs of a I mion. but we also know that there i a thing as a unity of the I moral culture of the western world. %  threatened wherever any Iwority is exposed to the tyranny I ad contempt of the majority. We ippeal to all that is best in westI ilture and to all those who live power and can exert influ%  defend the rights of huIsan beings as against brutal force Ifiieh seeks to destroy them." A. Vincent, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, end J. W! Herbert U. Feibelman, Abo Aronounscathed vitz, Jack Kirchik, Judge David J. Heffernan and Senor A. Parla. Indorsements were sent by Dr. ii. S, Reinders, the Rev. •). D. Kuykendall, D. J. Apte, Norman Mirsky, Harold Landfield, Stanley ('. .Myers, the Rev. Elisha A. King and Father F. 1). Sullivan. ore than three hundred and guests attended the H'nai dinner at the Hotel Evans last Wednesday night and heart! impassioned addresses on the work of IS'nai B'rith. Rabbi Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Israel delivered the invocation being presented by Air. Isaac Lei In, pn sident of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge, who presided. Following dinner Mr. II. U. Feibelman, ; %  of Temple Israel, in a brief address present d Congressman .Mark Wilcox ol fourth congressional district. Mr. Wilcox stirred his audience when he predicted "the present saturnalia of oppression in Germany will will cume through Jews will remain Board of Jewish Ministers Formed The Board of Jewish Ministers of Creator Miami was organized at a meeting of the rabbis last Monday morning. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Both David Congregation was (boson president of the group, whose members are the only recognized rabbis in this area and who hold pulpits locally. The public is requested to refer all matters of Jewish interest to the Board Of Jewish Ministers when religious questions are involved. In addition to Rabbi Shapiro, other members of the board are Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Israel, Rabbi I'avid 1. Rosenbloom f Hoth Jacob Congregation, Miami Local Jewish History in The Making By ISIDOR COHEN It is very gratifying to note that Miami Jews have at last awakened to the expediency of forming a truly useful organization. A Inaneli of the "National Conference of Jews and Christians," the foundation for which has been laid, a day or so ago. by a liberalminded group composed of Christians and Jew-, should become an effective means for the revival of the tolerant spirit that prevailed during the first two decades of Miami's history. That feeling Which has been implanted by the Tel Aviv To Hold Elections Hk Fund lor Montefiore Chair in English at Hebrew University London (WNS)—A campaign to I f75,OO0 among the Jews of I Great Britain to establish a chair I %  English literature at the Hebrew lity in memory of Sir Moses German-Jewish settlers fiorehas been launched here. Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency) Ninety candidates representing twenty-four party tickets will compete in the elections which are to be held in the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv on December 15th, according to an announcement by Alex Epstein, elections returns officer. In addition to the independent party slate headed by Mayor Meier Diezengoff and the other recognized party tickets such as Labor, Orthodox and Center, the have put here long after the mad Hitler will have passed on and bmg forgotten." Declaring that America would never stand for any prejudice or bigotry, Mr. Wilcox went on to tell of the work of B'nai B'rith in its philanthropic, social and other fields and commended the order for its work nationally and complimented the local lodge for their record of accomplishment. Mr. Ilyman S. Jacobs, first vicepresident Of District Grand Lodge No. •">, complimented local officers, told of the wink being done in the entire district and urged the local officers to do even better work in the future. Judge Hen Marvin of New York was presented and spoke briefly. Mr. Henry S. Nadelweiss, an active member of the lodge, then presented Mr. I. Levin, Mr. Nathan Adelman, Mr. Klry Stone, Mr. William Friedman and Mr. Louis Cordon with gifts for the work they accomplished during the past year. The main address of Beach, and Rabbi Julius Washer of early Bettlers is still manifest the Miami Jewish Orthodox Conamong the surviving pioneers. But gregation. The organization will this cannot be s ;i i,i 0 f many newsponsor the only local union ohcomers who brought their racial servance of the 2100th anniversary and religious prejudices with them. of Chanuka with a Chanuka cele' this respect, however, the Jews bra!ion on Tuesday evening, December 24th, at s o'clock in Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami lieacn, when each of the four rabbis will speak. A musical program will be presented with Chanuka numbers being featured. Refreshments will lie served. Welfare Women To Meet Monday B'nai B"rilh Kndorses $500,000 OUT Campaign •W York (WNS)—Endorse• of thi (500,000 American T Campaign was expressed this •Kkbythe International Order of ith through the medium 'Meditorial in the December is* of the B'nai B'rith Magazine, *Wal organ of the largest Jew• fraternal organization in the rig that the "OUT !" -houltl appeal to all who be"' '" the loftiest of the eight a lily as propounded VMiimonides: To help the poor :in help himself," the editorial :n:s ut that the $500,000 asked 0RT r, constructive work "is :: -' "tough ;,, ask." JORTCampaig %  j A. Brown is national chair: ar, n ad previously been endorsed J IT" JtW sh fraternal social ltIJ ab r K,0U I )S aggregating a JJership of well over a half |j M n perso„ s among them the .,, mt n s Circle, the Amalgams Clothi "K Workers' Union of fcSii llU ln(k 'l>endcnt Order of J" Abraham, the International ?"'"'' Gain '


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Pago Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, December 13,1931 e{ The annual Chanukah card party and celebration featuring "Chanukah Latkes" and other go 1 1 will be given at the V. M. H. A. Sunday evei D 1 1 on. Th %  1I1 !> %  for the : fundof th :. nual affair end 1 >' w '" '"' led during the evi nini \ program will presented, public iurged to attend, rvations are only fiftytao Reservations are only fifty cents each. In charge of arrangements and acting as hostesses arc Mesdames Jack Hirsch, Nathan Adeiman, B. Chertkoff and J. I.. Shochet. • Plans for the Chanuka birthday supper celebrating the birthday anniversary of Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan have been completed. The event will be held at Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel at 6 p. m. next Friday evening, December 27th, immediately preceding the Friday ent at the meeting of the Miami day evening services. Mr. Herbert chapter of the Senior Hadassah l. Feibelman, president of the Tin-day at Kaplan Hall. It was Congregation, will preside as toastannou master. Mrs. Evelyn Raff will SOCIETY Js> lean totalizator, which will up wagering facilities by Bon thing like five minute 1 ... '•very reason to become optimist over <>ur racing this Schuyler said, "it anl %  the j'iano % %  .. Dinner will catered affair and a atit ns of limited with any member of the rommitti 1 or at the Marcus Starj st..ie on N. E. i"hst sl In c hai of arrangements is a committee consisting of Mesdames A. .1. Richter, M. I.. Marcu B. I a \ inc. Roue Miles, B. Wertheimer, I Coret, H. U. Feibelman, M. Kaufman. T. Simon and I. I.evin. The Chanuka dinner, and particularly the birthday celebration, has become an annual event and one of the mosl impressive affairs of the current winter season. The public is urged to attend. More than 160 women were presar, Mrs. Gi irgc Elman, Mi Sylvia a \V, mil %  Ima Roi enfeld and : oths for tickets will d ,,i the -Mark ..,.. and Monday before the • I. • Friday evening services at Beth Jacob Congregation will beton>ghl at 8 o'clock^ when Rosenbloom will speak on "Jews Are Like That." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant and lead in the congregational singing. Saturday the rabbi will conluct cla es in the Bible and "Ayin Yakkov." According to present indications, thi 1 apacity of Kraemer's will be taxed Sunday evening, December 22nd, when the Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold its annual Chanukah dinner and celebration. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom. A program of gala entertainment will be provided. Reservations should be made im• v/c Sun.-Moil. -I lies.. Dec. 15-16-17 James (agncy— Frank McHugh I'at O'Brien—Olivia de llaviland THE IRISH IN US Sun.-Mon.. Dec. 15-16 .loan Crawford—Franchot Tone JanuMontgomery NO MORE LADIES if* IS the BEST' __ will be held at Royal Palm Club. Plans were made to honor Miss Henrietta Ssold, the founder of Hadassah, with a Sabbath tea in commemoration of her 75th birthday. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. chairmediately and will be only $1 per man of the dinner-dance to be held plate. New Year's eve at the Floridian Hotel, announced that the feature of the event will be a souvenir Journal to be given as favors. Assisting will be Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Mrs. Alex Goldstein, Mrs. Ben Margolis and Mrs. I. Franklyn Friedman. A. Pastroff is in charge of the tickets. A meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall next Tuesday, December 17th, at 8 p. m. Final plans for the annual dance to be held at the Columbus Hotel Roof on December 24th will be announced. In charge • a rai %  i ments are Mi-Gertrude iport and Mrs. Sam Steini it her members of thi INFORMAL OPENING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th AT :> I*. M. St. Regis Restaurant SERVING "Florida s Finest American Jewish Dinner An important meeting of Beth David Sisterhood will be held next Wednesday, December 18th, at the Talmud Torah Hall at 2 p. m. All members are urged to attend. A social hour will follow. • • • Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Robbins of Miami Beach returned to the city after spending their honeymoon in the North. • Mrs. Bernard Simon and Mrs. C. II. Reeder are sponsoring an afternoon bridge for the benefit of the Miami Woman's Club at the Royal Palm Club on Wednesday afternoon, January sth, from 2 to 5. • • • Now in its second week of dog lacmg. Biscayne Kennel club's recently renovated and attractive plant is attracting large crowds of greyhound racing enthusiasts. Despite the recent dispute between the racing commission of Florida and dog owners, matters are now in such shape that the finest dogs ble are being shown nightly. The only totalisator on any greybound track in Florida i< one of the most popular features, keeping patronadvised of betting odd up until the last minute before the Will' like one of the grea Ma Dreyer and since King Hon e inva daughter!' Edith] of New York and of perpetual sunshine." GatCi N j., ar e the For the firsl meeting hi in'Miami Beach. Tropical Park lasl • ing 28 racing daj Official! of Tfcopical Park,, handle was f4,171,6 i led by Frank D. Schuyl r, genav rage of si 18,98 eral manager and mutuels director ond session, covering 10 daj the CableRacing Association, total play amounted : confident that the recently reaveraging $201,400 per diem. K I track will see one of the finthe two meetings of 17 d a esl seasons In the racing history of grand total handled In the bettu Florida with the fall season be-j machines was $7,'.i'.fo,129, for] ginning next Monday afternoon, corking average of $170,173. it is the official's opinion that a Thiwinter Tropical Park wj forty per cent betting increase will offer 27 days of racing, beginnM be shown over the same period of' Monday, winding up on Janura last year. "Due to improved economic conj 15th, for its firsl session, whilef) second meeting, from March In ditions and the tourist boom here this winter, and by virtue of the installation of the modern Amer-lto April 4th, embrace23 days, 1 l (> ('(ill ins Avenue MIAMI BEACH OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT At the MORRIS PLAN It W. Flailrr St. Vincinl K. Ilrirr. Mir. i a i begin. The management, which consists of prominent and pioneer Mianiians, has made every effort to insure that Dade Countians were employed in every department of the huge plant. In the cashier's and betting windowart' several well known Jewish residents, V. %  !, H. Rehfield, M. R. Dub, bin, J. Kl I or and Lew Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlumin are receivingcongratulations on the birth of a baby boy at the Victoria Hospital yesterday. Mother and son are resting nicely. Mrs. Blumin is thedaughter Of Mr. and Mrs. I.. Silver, prominent in the local Jewish community. • Th • Chevra Kadisha will hold an important meeting at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall next Sunday evening, December 16th, at o'clock. All members are urged to attend, Burdine's Jewish Section has the things you need for Chanukah Located just around the corner from the elevators, in Burdine's Bookshop ... a special section for Jewish friends. A section where you will find many things that are an intrinsic part of religious observances and household routines. Chromium plated Chanukah Lamps 2.98 Brass Chanukah Lamps 1.50 Brass Chanukah Menoras 2.98 Chanukah Candles (a box) 20c And we have besides: Me/u/.as of tin 15C Mezu/as of olive wood 35c Talis of silk 1.25 to 5.00 Tfilin 2.50 Paper Caps 2 for 5c Skull Caps 15c and 25c Earth Bags from Mt. Olive, Palestine 75c Tapestries of Palestine L00 Pencil Boxes, painted or carved '•"" rotuill I LOOK Bwtdf/ieb



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^.v. December 18,1986 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN pjewisti fBaridltin PLOKJDA $ OM.T "KWISH wKKKLY 'KESXY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2W73 Miami, l-'la. EDITORIAL OFFICES: Page Three N eWS Tower Bldjj. 01 s w. I6 h Avenua J. LOUIS SIIOCHET, Editor FRED K. SIIOCHET. Circulation Matiater I'hone 2-5304 Phone 2-1 US CANTOR BORIS SCI I I.AC UMAX Field Representative SST ^ond C.s matter Jul^^ ff"^^ P., Oin„ at Mi !" ,. F,.^. —^"PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative WEST PALM BEACH S. SCIIIJTZER Represental ive ORLANDO lvSS \BRAVERMAN Ki tentative TAMPA MRS. M. I!. KISLEB Representative SUBSCRIPTION ti.oe ii.to FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1835 Vol. 8—No. 50 A Forward Step Rabbis who this week formed (he Jewish Hoard of Ministers of Greater Miami are to be congratulated for taking a step which will mean much to .lews of Greater Miami now and in the future. Hy their action they have definitely put an end to deception and misrepresentation. When in the past several weeks, during the hearing of litigation in New York City, a non-Jewish judge who presided in the case asked :"\\ hat constitutes a rabbi?" it pre. >ented a condition that was by no means a credit to our people. Too often have "Shochtim," sextons. Hebrew teachers, collectors for charitable institutions and plain mountebanks and charlatans called themselves "RABBIS" to get cheaper rates on railroads and reductions on telephone charges. We in the extreme southern portion of these I'nited States have too often been duped by these self-constituted rabbis not to realize the danger we have facedThese selfconstituted rabbis, graduates of no institution whatever. without "Smieha" from recognized authorities, propose and do every thing that is contrary to Jewish faith and tradition. They officiate at weddings when in truth they should not; they participate in bizarre funeral ceremonies repugnant to everything that is Jewish and traditional; they grant divorces and do everything to garner in the "shekel." What is worse, they present a picture of Judaism to our non-Jewish friends that would never be recognized by any Jew. The action of our rabbis, each of whom represents a congregation in active existence; each of whom conducts a Khool wherein Jewish children are taught the faith of our forefathers, and all of whom represent every wing of .le\\r>. have taken that forward step which is designed to. and which wrhope will, eliminate the free lancer and irresponsible from •ithin the midst of Jewry. If our Jews can only be made to realize that the lour congregations of Greater Miami carry the burden of per petuating true Judaism and should and must be supported lothe exclusion of personal selfish gain; If our non-Jewish friends can be shown that true Judaism can be found only in recognized congregations and not in personal business ventures; that the doors of our synauoguvs are always open to ur non-.kwish friends, and that in these living synagogues "id nowhere else can true Judaism be found; then and only •hen can unscrupulous adventurers be eliminated and truth prevail. Our rabbis are to he congratulated. Above all. they must %  >r supported in this forward step. Strictly Confidential lidbits from Everywhere By PHINEAS J. BIRON 1 '* Short Wave Visitors to the tomb of Rachel estine have been stunned to %  that picture postcards show'"K the i ns id e of the tomb offered sale are made in Germany !" als a fact that picture post*w almost anywhere in Pales" e bear a made-in-Germany mark • %  And this has nothing to do *" h the transfer agreement, eith• Speaking of postcards redestroying hundreds of thousands minds us thai the Nazis are now „f cards showing a blonde little Aryan boy posing with Hitler %  Selected by Hitler's advisers as the finest specimen of Aryan childhood, the youngster turned out to be the grandson of a Dusseldorf rabbi, and the son of a mixed Aryan-Jewish marriage One of the conditions in the settlement of the libel suit of Putel Hanfstengb Hitler's press agent, against Lord Beaverbrook's London Daily Express was a promise that all but ,„„. )f the Beaverbrook papers would look with a more kindly eye at the Naai regime • Only the fact that he's a Jew keeps George Plain Talk By A l. SEGA L | "In Which a Jew iiocs Rome" I i w mil Tucson, Ariz.—I find myself in this oasis of the Arizona desert "nd l feel nostalgic Home is -• miles beyond the barren waste and, traveling here, I have observed what incredible distance 2.000 miles are; 2,000 miles are more than three days; they are Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, the seeming illimitable sweep of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. Beyond all these is I urn a little lost man in an inbelievable immensity. In the hotel r< idc a fine old gentleman from Milwaukee who cries whi n: far he is away %  •"in home, and I athize I have become detached from all that were my world the friendl) • of my house, my dog, m hair.which have the vastn mountain and plain. Dusk falland gathers up the bleak moun til eneoni] waste and nighl wallow? them; and from the hotel window I look i unfathomable It i.Friday nij I go out on these certain directions. I had not gone mi such a mission on a Friday night before; tin 1 consolations of ti mples wencomfort* that I could take or let alone, and, in the main. I let them alone. These were for Vein Kippur, on which occasion I have -aid: "Well, (in account of the children I ought to go." Even then I did not always give my heart to the holy things in the temple; and my mind poken rebelliously: "Segal, do you really need a temple?" But on this Friday night mj are taking me rather eagerly to the Tui son temple. My mind quarrels with me about this: "Segal, you never went to temple on Friday night before. Suddenly you go to temple on Friday night." 1 had read in tl paper in the temple the kindling of Sabbath lights, .th evening and all that, and 1 had said, "We must ighl to the temple." "Segal, j ou always wi m to I he Forest Theatre on Friday night; i to a temple. In the you -eek a temple." "Like a bride, radianl and joythe Sabbath" ... I am familiar voice in t hi' i as the young woman (for it is a Sisterhood service) reads ,i f the ritual. 'I hey an echo from mj own the e were the same words 1 na d heard al our own table on many Friday nights. LIGHTS OF NEW YORK By MARTHA NEUMARK Child of (he Old World When you hear of a Yemenite Jew you immediately conjure up In your mind an unkempt, odoriferous, ear-locked, generally backward specimen of humanity. And your general impression of a Vein enite Jewess of about twenty-three is undoubtedly that of a haggling old woman already worn out by many childbirthunattractive in the extreme m our western eye. \ a matter of fact, your guess in general would be close to the mark. Hut in particular you would be as wrong as you've been about anything. For Sarah th Halevythe girl in particular is as different from the traditional Yemenite Jewess as you are. She is tiny, young and wonder of wonders a professional she ha %  come I o inl r oduce New York to Arabic folk Bongs. When she wai born her parents %  o nad I hey wandered into tine when she wavery oung, and died. Xow onlj h and her brother are left. "My I rother," she told her interviewer n halting English, "he tell me I must marry. 1 must have very many children. I must work in the kitchen. But I say: 'No, that for me. I must sing'." Sui h determination, backed up by work a domestic servant her, led to her first concert in the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv four .. I ar ago. Her -access was al• instantaneous. And now she is here to treat New York to her repertoire of Arabic. Sepiianln. Felach and Persian folk songs. December 17th is the date. Town Hall is the place. There she ll perform with memories of her triumphin Bucharest, Vienna, Berlin (!) and Paris to give her confidence. Strange it was to sit in Carnegie Hall. Sabbath stronghold of Stephen S. Wise, and not hear that fiery orator among those who championed the rights of mothers on relief to birth-control information. Hut an interesting note was .-truck when his satellite, Rabbi Sidney i'.. Goldstein—who last week distinguished himself by declaring his approval of euthanasia when properly controlled appealed to the Catholic church to withdraw itopposition to birth control. We're afraid it will take more than the guild rabbi to achieve this desideratum; but he did very well in the role of one of the drops in the trickle that will eventually wear away the .-tone of bigoted ignorance. Rose Schneiderman, president of the Women'.. Trade Union ie, made a strong plea for the economic point of view. Her angle: "] call your attention to the Pro pi it of a -landing army of five or six million uneniployables" unless intelligent measures are take!:. So effective were all the speakers or was it that the audience ai tUally needed no pel -ua.-lon'.' that a unanimous resolution was adopted to the effect that Bince 11 children are bom to era on relief .•very year "the present policy of withholding birth control infiii matioii from these motheriinhumane, anti Bocial and undemocratii." This time it was not necessary for Dr. Goldstein to back up his point nf view with Scriptural interpretations, for a resolution of the Central Conference of American liabbis of many moons ago (had already authorized his stand. Chalk up one for the rabbi-. Championing Itirlh Control There was more than a fair sprinkling of Jewish doctors and auditors among those who attended i he meeting held last week at Caregie Hall under the auspices of the American Kirth Control League. Socicll Notes We won't pause to define "society" in this sense. It's too lightweight to deserve the energy. Hut Franz Werfel says he is having a hard time finding enough tune left over from his "society" duties to give as much as he would like to Max Kcinhardt's production of his "The Eternal Road." (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) These candle lights are the rent all the Sabbath lights I had seen in all my days; they illuminate the darkness that stretches the 2,000 miles between me and my house, and I see that the distance is no mure than from here to there ; that is to sa\. no more iban the -pace that separates me finin the Jew who sits beside me in the temple. He is no stranger. lie arises with me "Kodosh! Kodosh! Kodn-li! He speakmy language; ad both learned these words long ago. as if we had been children in the same house. He is my Mandel, French minister nf eoiiiations, from being a certain successor nf Pierre Laval as pre... Although a conservative, Mandel i.persona mm grata to rights and lefts To keep peace i n th,. family Hitler has ordered Propaganda Goebbels to make up with his frail, whom he recently ousted from his bed and hoard. This and 'Unit .Judge Joseph Sanders oi the D !Unit common pleas court, may be appointed U. S. district attorney for Michigan He's also a candidate fo>' fcderal J ud K' shl|) If you're wondering why you haven't heard from Rabbi Solomon Goldman of Chicago these last few months, we're telling you that he s suffering from a throat ailment The real reason why ViceInvestigator Dewey of -New York discontinued using the term •'Shylock" to describe the loan shark racketeers is the fact that he remembered he paid his way through the University of Michigan by Binging in a synagogue choir Maze I tOVS are due Abe Goldberg, Zii nist orator, on the marriage of his daughter, Natalie, who is a physician Superior Court Judge Joseph Sabnth of Chicago is celebrating his 25th anniversary on the bench During that time he handled 46,000 marital rifts and reconciliated .1,000 couples Did you know that the word "reich," the Ethiopian term "ras" and "re," "roi" and "rcy," the Italian, kinsman. I am no stranger in the desert. I am in my own house. I return to my hotel. I am no longer oppn ssed by a weight of loneliness; my house is around the cornier; my kinsmen are nearby. Time and space have been compressed in a narrow little bundle The voice nf the temple's hazan rings, friendly, in the wilderness. al. a synagogue ne\ e r meant all this to you before. You have been a stranger to the synagogue." "Aw, forget it," I answer. "When you feel lonely it's good to go home even for an limn." French and Spanish wordfor king, all stem from th.' Hebrew word "rosh," meaning first? Hroadw ayside Despite all denials to the contrary, Sylvia Sydney has definitely split with her husband, publisher Bennett Cerf She's going to London to make a picture for GaUmont-British Observers at the Astor Theatre in New York, where the Palestine flicker, "The Land of Promise," is still showing, have noticed among the patrons, Baptist and Presbyterian ministers, Christian missionaries and negro cultists Claudette Colbert is about to disqualify herself in tiermany Her fiance. Dr. Joel J. Pressman, is a non-Aryan



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN The World's Window Or a man may be murderer or a A 11 Jp^'j^|| thief. He remains a man. You Team Selected "Facing By I.I I %  '. Fact" I EWISOHN This column in copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in parl strictl] forbidden. Vnj infringement on l-i i — copyright will hi' prosecuted. (in Sunday, December 1st, I was cannot, because men are sick or men are evil, abolish humanity. Well, societies, peoples, Bocial can evidently also turn sick or criminal or both. nnot tl abolish the fact that man, this creature whom Ul ki a ai and • than in nai ic culture in specific groupings have their character and onfiguration strictly analogous to %  ;, character and c mfiguration of an individual p< rsonality or i stvle :"i individual work I935's Greatest Jewish Players Football privileged to attend the prelimif ,, ;i : „, n Men nary conference for the formatioi groups that create their of the united P appea and n ;|u ir ,,„,, „,..,.,. ;l „,i the united Palestine front at the ig (h N .,,,.„,„ lf their permaB %  more in New York. < ( the addresses there delivered three were nent characti %  Mi i i xist in no her way. Neither do .lews. We of first rate importance; the due. I ,„.„. message concerning the condition |))( we are a lan ,„ laii v No, and needs and miracles of the ;,„„-... head int.. the .and by Berl Locker B| thj poi|)t ,,-. g0 gilly and B0 of tb and immensely unrealistic and wa rdly. Wo hu-id scientific confirmation oi all that Locker had said by the • %  Pr Vnd an a sick nationality. ,ml fi But our sickness is different from By IRV KUPCINET Her-, my friends, is the cial" Jewish All-Amcri for 1935, every member of which will get a gold football, to be preI by the Jewish War Veterans' post and affiliated Seven Arts er nearest to the city in which the player's %  d This team is just ial" aany allmythical selection can be, for it represents the opinions of coaches, players, fans, publicity directors and .-ports writerThat, it Been) : the first requisite in selecting all-star teams gel someone else's opinion and then use your own. In this particular case, we got as many .pinions as we pot could, and. what's more, we used them. Left end, Marvin Bell, Marquette University, Milwaukee; left tackle, hum Klein. New York University, New York City; left guard, Eda highly critical-minded audience in my lifi. At the • nd at elderly gentleman, not unknown to fame in American Jewish life who next to me, be don k long present in their naand intensified by historic rtunes due. once again, to that character of theirs. -Man is Cal.; right tackle, Leonard Trill. University of Virginia, Charlottesville: right end, .Maurice l'att. (ar] i, h, Pittsburgh; quarterTw""X a moral i ee, and hence £•' Machlowitz ( C apt) New t toward me and wh. I f a u And back, Na J^" !" ^*'^ el eve in nationalism, a „ ,.,,„,. r „, ( iorK university, ew IOIKCUJ, we Jews are or were, thank Cod, (efl ^ Barney MinI/ Tul |m the other day a nationality sick Univer8it New Orleans; right Thus, at to the fabled image small and empty head into the sand had low ldood in another way: we nan low DIOOU |];I]| ._ !iu k Friedmalli I! j,. ( [ nat 5. ir e and our feeling ol %  %  • tnto| Houston: fullback. Dave Smukler, Temple University, Phildelusion that no one sei %  hu ""'"'' ZT.JLn ade,phia its huge ungainly bulk. Dr. X.. *? "' *•* !" ?"„' By one of those allowa Of the crucifixion S VlUM 1 *'" „ for all selectors Of all-S ing n group uf Jewish os. and the miracle of the and and its salvation, con; men. •dug and li are there him? B too -:.... A tion or over-compensation death wish. When Dr. X. said to me: "I don't b in nationalism," alter hearing and Oppenheimer and Wise, .: his mind; he moi al nal ui e. Hi tti ng that ti a ranees made tar teams, we found we were able to shift Shper, normally a guard, to center on our first team. Abe, who played for Harrison high school of Chicago, the same team that produced Notre Dame's Pilnationalisms do likewise. But you cannot help individuals or peoples by denying their existence. Only a told by the by healing their hurts. dinunut i • ten ana i %  ney, Puplis, Kopczak and Jojmai,, an d Michigan's Remias, was rated aa one of the outstanding linemen on the west coast. Because of the |.„. k 0 f ,,ar Jewish center. COmwith the superfluity of Jewish guards, it became advisable %  ,, „,ake this change. And in the backfield, too, we i ercised the "expert's" prerogative of making B few changes here and Sat Machlowitz, N. Y. U.i great halfback, is shifted to quark for convenience, allowing' us to place Barney Mintz of Tulane and Buck Friedman of Rice at the halfback positions, and Dave Smukler of Temple at fullback. ..man of Rice was a star ball carrier all year and deserves a place on anybody's .Jewish AllAmerican, but even if he didn't he'd probably make ours. It's good to | ave a Friedman with us again after all these years. Placing big Have Smukler on the first team called for deep concenl rat ion. Have, like the old gray mare, "ain't what she used to be." Hampered by injuries, he played only occasionally this season. Hampered more by Pop Warner's statement that be was tli.' "greatest ever." Have suffered untold miseries by comparison with "greats" Of past years. But 1 Still regard the big boy from Gloversville, N. V.. as the best Jewish fullback in the business. I rest of the first team line from end to end—is composed of outstanding performers from Marquette's Bell, New York L'.'s Klein, Vanderbilt's Merlin. California's Gilbert, Virginia's Troll and Carnegie Tech's l'att. They're AllAmericans, those lads, and richly deserving of this honor. And to the eleven members of the first team go solid gold footballs, emblematic of their having won Jewish All-American honors. It is through the assistance of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States that Seven Arts is able to make this presentation. 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lV|(| iy i),.,-,.mber Hi, l!.'l. r > Jacksonville News Th( young Circle Club, under ^ direction of R. Kenjersky, held ., recently in the circle U*< MS W J E K it ? th "*" TlK the debate That Italy 1 Ethiopia-" ffirmative Bide was pre.iu Jacobs, Hen Setzer, Aronowitz and Ira Sachs. egative side was given by Mix Kristle, Abe Frieden, William Kaizan.i Louis Preider. 'ReConquer THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Five STATEWIDE NEWS Tampa Notes ji,,. newly organised Teenettes ,i its first social affair last rn n B "sweater" party was | n the home of Miss Irene Kristle. j[j gs Hannah Lasarow, sponsor | u b, offered as a surprise of the evening an edition T, i '.ties Tribune containks, gossip, jokes and rity boniest blanks which filled out during the evening. \ contest was conducted with Rosenblatt winning the Spi L'ial prizes were awardMi Fruma Blattner an 1 Willie Katz and miniature silver Were presented to each mentOS of the party. JJjss Pruma Hlattner, president dub, gave the sponsor a enamel triple compact in ap. ion of her work as sponsor a ;i birthday gift. Refreshments were served in the :. ng, alter which several games were enjoyed. Mi>s Grace Dayan, Sunday school teacher of Rodoph Sholom Temple, is coaching a Chanuka play, the titi,. "The Broomstick Brigade." Those taking part in the play are Paul Buchman, Irving Herscovitz, Bernice [chill, Bdith Elozory, Ina (loth,, Edward Weissman, .lack Dayan, Ruthye Pollick and Henry Finman. National officers of the B'nai B'rith visited Tampa last Tuesday. 1 '•'"' taken on a sightseeing trip and visited the various cigar ies in Tampa and were en tertained in the evening at a ban quel at the Floridian hotel, which was followed by an open meeting V M. II \. building. Th i visiting officers were Mr. Abe Shefferman, president, Washington, It. C.j Mr. Hyman Jacobs, Attlanta, vic< -. resident, and Mr. Rabhi -Vdoh.h R„,.„ %  D i i S ''"" Goldstein state councilman i .Adoiph Burger oi Rodoph West Orlando Notes Daytona Beach Notes Sholom Temple will speak on ,: ha ;: ; ,r' ; ,am P "Jews Of the Orient" and will he assisted by the Rodoph Sholom choir. Services are held every Frill IJ at p. in. and Saturday at !) a, m. is neadei Henry Cohen, led by Judg Mr. I.. Welly, active communal worker, entertained at a reception at the Perrydell Tuesday evening, honoring his daughter, Ruth, in announcing her betrothal to Mr. Phil Friedman of New Brunswick, \. J. Mi Wo Ij popular in i Orlando's younger -i-t. She is a graduate of the Orlando High school and attended Florida Slate College for women. Friends paid their respects during the evening and remained for the informal Washington, dance which followed. A buffet District supper was served at M o'clock. Among the out-of-town guests A, She ffei man of D. ('.. president of the Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith, ischeduled to address the comwere Mrs. M, Bork of Jacksonville' munity at the Temple Israel Friand Samuel .1. Willner of New day night at 7:30, December 13th, Brunswick, N. J., uncle of the on world affairs. He was special fiancee. • %  brought to Daytona Beach bj Louis Ossinsky, local attorney. Orlando Lodge No. 1043, B'nai B'rith, will hold a luncheon at the Duck in honoring the officers of District Grand Lodge No. "> today. Reservations have been mad foi Th international relations study group of the Temple Sisterhood gently in the home of Mrs. I.. Kaplan, and enjoyed the and last presentation of a ehensive study of "The li of Nation-" by Mrs. I'. N. man. returned from the National Hadassah convention in Cleveland, reported on the convention. Among the interesting events scheduled for the month of Decemwve ""' P>ing prayer, her will be Hadassah Sabbath, in Plana Ul '"' made lo h M the tribute to Miss Henrietta Szold, Pu,im carniva| the date to be an founder of lladassah, who celenounced 'ater, and a rummage sale brates her seventy-fifth birthday was also Panned for the month. on December 21st, MrSl Penn B avc two vocal nuniln keeping with this countryl "'' s ilMl1 *** accompanied at th wide celebration, Rabbi I. L. KapVoung .Matthew Nestler is another youngster who will orate % %  i'ii the children present their Th • Ladies' Auxiliary of Ro Cnanuka Program Sunday. Decemover forty who will attend. doph sholom Temple held n regu'" 22nd at ''"' IV 'l>lc. His faIber. Herman Nestler, has been inThe regular semi-monthly meet, vited to play the violin. Ing of Orlando Lodge No. L043, B'nai B'rith, will be held in the Mr. and Mrs. George l.iebmau, vestrj rooms of the synagogue presidcni. Mrs. A. R. Berger.'who l!0 N Beacn st -. "ad as their guest next Tuesday at 8 p. m. An inlast week-end Mr. Earl Wehner, tere ting program has been arlar monthly meeting Thursday afternoon, Decembei Ith. in the auditorium of the temple. The meeting was called to order by the who was enroutc I ity to Miami. Mrs. Aaron (iittlenian has retail ne-d from a month's visit in New York City. from New York ranged and refreshments will be served. The annual election of officers will take place. Members and friends of the Tern. : are reminded to keep December 16th open he annual brilliant cabaret will begin at 9 o'clock on in the .lapanese Room v ,r Hotel. S, S. Goffin is gene I with her commit%  to make this the and delight fill event r staged by the Sisare being made and to attend are intheir reservations ly Halle. will be served e \ ening and cigai will be offered Ull. nship of Mrs. Lawi an and M Iss Bea Pi Ian "ill dedicate the services Friday night, Dee-ember l.'lth, to lladassah Sabbath and the following Friday evening, December 20th, Rabbi M. D. Margolis will devote hisermon ami services to Hadas sah. It is expected that all members of Hadassah will take Ibis opportunity to pay tribute to Mrs. Szold and will altend the services. 'fluprogram was devoted to Chanuka and Rabbi Margolis spoke on "Jewish Customs ami Rituals." An enjoyable part of the program everal violin selections by Alice Biscow Sager, accompanied a j on the piano by .Mrs. Archie I'ulely. Mr.-. I.. Bucholtz, hospitality piano ley .Mrs. Kelnn Haven. Hostesses for the afternoon \M-icMrs. .1. Milchman ami Mrs. Herman Aronovitz. Mrs, M. Soowal of New York is visiting her son and daughter for the winter. The many friends of Mrs. I.. Miss Josephine W a i e r m a n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Waterman, and Mr. Charles l.ob of New Oilcanweremarried De cember 3rd at TempleSchaarai Zcelck by Rabbi David Zielonka. A program of pre-nuptial i, fiven by Mr. Eddie Ford, organist, and Mrs. A. Straus, jr., of Columbus, tea.. Mrs. Sylvia Wasserman was hostess to a group of friendSunlay evening at her home on Marion Lieberof are pleased to learn that she has fully recovered from her recent illneBs. st.. al a poker party. (Iiie.-ts in eluded Miss Pearl Rosenblatt, Miss Ksla Saffer, Miss Marian Rutberg, Mis. DonRutberg, Mrs. .lack Goldstein, Mrs. Simon Heed. Mrs. Ci'cile Shemer. II .1. IIIUI I laycTh %  iii i '. "i al her. I ieni'ietta Waterman. I Ethel Nelson will be hostess ai her homeon Second ave. Friday night, December 20th, when j was very inique lieProgressive Club meets. Thelfn hmen e planning a dinner part] to h ;ess. MIL day night, December 22nd. Mrs. M. Koiileiiian of Sanford, Sisterhood of Temple Israel will ni ther of Harry Kottleman, Mr.-. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Ohev Sholem met at the home id' Mrs. I. Becker. Plans were discussed and hostesses named for benefit affairs in January and February. Theprogram Delicious renerved by till' nye Horovitz, bridemored last week bridge luncheon and > er gi< in the '' Esther llamHatti Slott. chairman, was in charge of a BOcial hour following the meeting /.,.i. s. <., was matron of honor, and program, during which dainty Little Cecilc Waterman, daugh refreshments we-rcBerved by the ; ,. ; 0 f M and Mrs, -111-01111 for tin al i' moon. series of ,\l. Braver man, Mrs. Al. Block and t, 1 of the bride, was maid of honsponsor another of its :• ami Mrs, Meyer Schein of Beau card parties this Sunday night a' L01 Kottleman of Shrevi port, La., the Chateau I.id". Only ii won't passed away last Thursday afterbia card party. The Sisterhood noon. '1 he funeral services were \\a plans a "beano" party, so arranged held in Carey Hand's chapel with 11 HI. was junior bridesmaid. Little Regina Lei W a', rman was Tli,second annual dinner dai hearer, of tinDaughters of Israel will Mr. bob was attended bj Mr. take place December "l-t i" the | Walter V\ jr., of New Orleans, ballroom of the Jewish Center. and groomsmen were Mr. Jack In charge of the event is Mi Straus of Columbu Ua., If H. Ben Chepnick. of Savannah, Jerome A. Wai; r rvatiom for the affair must u-rman and Ernest VIaa .. of bemade' with Mrs. Chepnick. Onlj Tampa. that those A I." would care to not Rabbi B. Safer officiating. The put) 0! bridge for oncemay not do 100 couples will be admitti thai dancing may be enjoyed in The Junior Daughters of Israel will hold a novelty dance in honoi of the first anniversary of this organization, in theJacksonville Jewirved in the Carlish Center, Third and Silvei sis' places being from i':-"') until 1:30 o'clock Sunluncheon table by day night, December IBth. lal design. ChrysanMiss Edith Weiss, president of and autumn leaves the organization named the followitiful centerpiece for ing to work on the following committees of the dame-: Edith Wei .ban Immediately after the e eronion) a reception was held at the Tampa Terrace Hob 1. Members of the wedding party ami parents of the bride ami bridegroom were in the lit'; line-. Mr. and Mrs. boh left for a wedding trip t" New %  > ork and i; going i" New oilcans to make their home. TAMPA V M. II. A. NOTES \ tieregular meeting of the Young Men's Hebn '* %  iation on Monday evening the following rs and directors were elected: President, Dr. J. Leon Schwartz; tin Sunday evening the Jewish Ait Players of New York will pro bei' umed every Wednesday evening. Juniors will meet at T::;II o'clock and Beniors at 8:30. The schedule includes basketball, volleyball, calisthenics, tap dancing, reducing, bowling, ping pong and hot and cold showers. Meetings of the Boy Seoulare being held regular!} on Wednesday evenings under direction if Scoutmaster Harry Kotler. The' Junior Girls' Club, which meets every Friday afternoon, irchcarsing a play which will he given during the Chanukah fesIsrael. "'"'' Hadassah held Its reguSeven velty dances have been L eon Haber, Major M. J. Mackler, Julius Silverman, •••"..e-.-.-en nei< us rcgu1 n 1 1,'inm-in .11 ills Silverman %  Wednesday planned. Among them, a novel B J. J' nma J us %' r F red Lebos in the Jewish Center, blindfold dance and the birthdaj ur. £ ^ ^ ^ y] Uo | fson I!l Stein, president, who party dance. given on Wednesday evening, December 26th. The members of the committee are Mrs. L. N. Marcus, .Mrs. Morris Bennett, Mrs. Oscar ised was act ive in charitable and communal affa St. Petersburg Notes The Jewish Welfare Board, a national organization, with headquarters in New York, appointed Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld chaplain f the Soldiers' Home ami Hospital at St. Petersburg. Cong. B'nai Israel I e-e -lected Rabbi Kleinfeld for the fourth term. Friday evening services are held at 8 o'clock, with sermon by Rabbi Kleinfeld. Services also Saturday morning at 0. The Ladies' Auxiliary held a very successful card parly and concert at the Congregation B'nai l rae-i Sunday evening, December 8th. Hostesses were Mrs. A. Rubin. Mrs. J. Miller and Mrs. A. Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. \l. Rothman and family of New York City were tinguests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller for several days before leaving for Miami Beach. Verkauf, Miss Ruth Salsbury, Miss Ruth Finman, Miss Ann Lee Lubetzky, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weil, jr., Sol Haliczer, Sol Fleischman and Bill Wolfson.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Iiiwml^r |::. 1;i;; BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of .Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN Rabbi RELIGIOUS SERVICES o Services Fridny evening at 8:15 ,,', lock. A lecture on the "Ideals of the Prayer Book" "11! be presented by Dr. Kaplan, after which those present are welcome contribute anything i In y desire to the subji Saturday m 11 to 1i] u coi ass studies the .. ; i aim % %  : v %  as ighout tin' country. .IN r 20th, % %  • i r %  %  t .!> %  ildren on Sunday morning, and a special celebration Sunday evenii :, when a play on Chanukah will be i g< neral entertainment will be „ lults %  >, ; all children frei .Pa %  in, a! the morning ci :,t which time our nu norali with a pi i -, nl on il %  child I .-.'.,! %  ••' the [tending GENERAL M. Taxay IV i 1'. :.. dlows: "'1',, Itivei %  eap a \ a %  %  fers hi roran 'I,:n, : In that one in ; he country, I all i i ., Jewish people, w'liir retaining their individual houses of worship, have uniW'ii a,'11,' Jewish community .,: %  sending their childi ei a United Temple school on Sunday, all the children of the Orthodox awell as the Reform con. are urged t" attend at east • • %  %  k-day class in Hebrew. l.a.-t week over 50 children availed themselves of this opportunity provided by the week-day classes. Hard as it is to believe my dream of a United Israel is possible under certain circumstances, as is evidenced by the splendid Jewish community in Torre Haute, Indiana. May God Mess Rabbi Taxay and all those who have helped to bring oul tins remarkable result in Israel. Another thing of interest in thai community is the fac( thai a friend ,,f the United Temple has pi fur telephoning every Jew in the city to attend servii evening. I%  with pi foun I interest that •; uf the board l. .; ami ui corabbi i" %  c by promising to ,,M exam] %  a l-'rillg. :. I nthusiasm i he pew can also warm an empty pew. "ii League of B'nai B an niinf I K <>. A. ntitled: "William W ill Hitler, Ma:,-." :., %  obtained, anyone iinterested to reue I shall be glad to %  i! Roth ijust off tla press, "A Bird's Eye View Ji u ,i History." Henry Smith ewed ii most faSews Servii, "'. :,. S'ai • al oi ference of Jews 1 lie says in par': bviously intended BE a ik, this stoi > is a good deal III, ue. It iso well written and so : facts that it leads the read, r along as would a historical novel. 1 sat down to read it with a hat it would be hard g Hut 1 on disillus found myby the de%  he story undi RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 0 o U ; this %  Oren, Marcia SaSterling La> ine, M ttchel Class ll. I III. Stanli y Wasman read Mir.. Mary \ nn Broi %  1 will ha menu n Cha %  an ; ng will be a plaj other later. Anniversary Observed Little more than a year ago the columns of the Jewish Floridian carried the announcement of the opening of a department at Burdine's. Miami's leading department store, wherein ceremonial aeries for the Jewish home and synagogue would be carried. The only si,,re south of New Vork having such a department, Burdine's in the year that this unique department has been in existence has definitely proven itToday the Jewish resident and tourist knows that his religious objects may be had without %  in the mails and protracted correspondence. Whether it be a 'Palis, Tefillin, Mezzuzah or prayer book, or a beautiful object of art from Palestine, a cover for the Sabbath Chalos, Chanuka candles r Menorahs, the Miamian knows that he may gel it at Burdine's. \ %  tention is called this week to t thai Chanuka can,!!. Friday 20th, l I hild and Me: %  il in this unique dei ail IL, nt on ne's. A complete line of 1 ks ol .1, wish itii the child or adult, as well as a variety of Bibles e home, bride or other i event, :carried, l.a-i Passover this department display of the Seder table, so that both Jew and non-Jew could in-,,innacquainted with the pel settlll Society bers of Junior Hadassah met Monday night at the Roosevelt apartments, Miami Beach, with Mis., Sylvia Rayvis presiding. The officer.-' ball, tendered annually for paid-up members and their esi ortS, will take place the latter pan of January. Miss Heady Goldenblank is chairman of this event. In charge of the donor dinner is Miss Anita Si!'., : man, assisted by Mi-s Ann Schweitzer. Miss Mary Anne Kamins, Miss Ida Engler and Miss Vetta Feiner. J. \. I-', project wacarthe evi ning's pn Ida Safer, J. X. F. chairman, •ted Mr. R. Lachman, who exhibited interesting moving picI .. Btinian life. A skit also presented, and Miss Ida discussed the significance „f the .lewish National Fund. • • Friday evening, December 20th, : ; ;, o'clock, the St. Regis. Kostau,.,„, a 446 Collins ave.. Miami Beach, will resume its fourth season of service to the public. It will have a staff fully equipped to provide the finest of AmericanJewish foods to suit the most discriminating taste. In addition to I he dinners, which have earned them a -plendid reputation, they will serve dairy foods. The restaurant is under the same managemenl as the well known St. Regis Hotel at Fleiscbman's, New i • A literary and social society known as "The Group" is being organized by Dr. Abraham Wolf. nuthoi and lecturer of Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson, who is spending ids ninth consecutive winter here, is widely known as a lecturer on the life and philosophy of Benedict Spinoza, and athe author of a "-ok entitled, "Spinoza A Life il Ri., .HI." lb-. Wolfson said that last winter a number ei' informal literary gatherings met with splendid response. Bl idl lie lectUI oil Spinoza, Charles II. l.ee gave talks on astronomy, Mark II. Dix described his experiences in Russia and Dr. Isaac Spectorsky lectured on the great Frenchman, Auguste Compte. Dr. Wolfson then Eore, 'bat thee is a definite need among Miamianand their winter visitors for a permanent literary and social group to meet weekly for the purpose of discussing literary topicami current events, and with this in viewlie has called a meeting for :; p. in. Saturday at his home, 1051 Collins ave., which will be open to all those interested in becoming charter members of this group. An informal tea will follow the meeting. • • • Miami Bection of the National Council of .lewish Women is meeting as we go to press al the home of Mis. Daniel Cromer. The book to be reviewed is "The Lust of Life." by Irving Stone, ,.„„| wi „ be discussed by Abo Aronovitz, \ special guest will he Senor Au guatin I'arla, inspector general of aviation for Cuba. The public Bpeaking and | mentary law class .will meet at •> p. m. today at the home of M ~ Sydney L. Weintraub, I Tic, s \\ L2th st. JACKSONVILLE NOTE The Junior Daughters of met recently with Mi-.Il.jith Weiss presiding. Vacancii in offices were filled by the foil Miss Edith Wolfson, reeordini rotary; Miss Ida BlSCOW, at-arms. Duties of coi .secretary were turned i i F.dytlu Leibo, treasurer. TO SOLVE YOUR CHRISTMAS PROD' V\\ CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 45-Lb. Box fancy irw rip* track. ru.ior : rvliion stnte narinir CommUslui Post Time 8:1KENNEL CLUB 2 MD. A.VE ,' =." Mil II Illlllll Illl 111111111 %  III11 %  1 HI" llllllllj 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4516 The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables .-minium II i i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiimil



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^.y, December 18.1986 Miami Y. M. H. A. Notes A ma c Hotel will be the II next affair that is to New Year's Eve. A B and entertainment l^jnu arranged for your ment. Reservations for only will be accepted, due to e Admission of only ,„,;,!,. will be charged. For ,tions Indians barred call gchlachman at 5-2688— ,,, Miss Lillian Kalk at TV women's group is bringing .;,, around a bit early by its icceptable donation of $60 to • %  ..,:'. Division towards the ,fund. If only we had ibout 100 women's groups to resimilar offers from it wouldn't 1"' long before we had m building. At their meetjn(t Tuesday Mrs. Harry Zuchcrudt offered a book revue of "Edna (fife," of which Margaret Aver Burnis the author. In their drive for new mem hers they are •fferlng a year's free membership to the member obtaining the ureatrt number of new members. Miss Ruth Davis was appointed membership chairman, with JeanSi ligman, Hose Farkas and Natalie Pallot as assistants. Mrs, MRosenfeld will make you feel at kome, as her job is hospitality chairman. Beatrice Silver, recently : sponsor of the Junior I)i. presided at their meeting. ng the election of officers. elected to carry on the work [the Junior Division for the year are: Milton Wassman, rei president; Martin Wucher, Mildred Zinn, re% secretary; Dorothy Davis, iponding secretary; Nellie re-elected treasurer, and Satan, sergeant-at-arms. Conpitulations to all of you. The Buy Scouts have been pronicely, but would enarger membership, so if you %  igster of 12 years of lie will be welcomed I. No finer American n be instilled into a boy at offered by the Boy Meeting nights are i lay at the "Y" clubtim 7:30. of the Y. M. II. A. ketball pleas,, re! l:; Grossman or Mickey "**' at I'lamingo Park, Miami Sunday at %  > ,,. m The %  m-out su far has been encour*">•'• Following is a list of the "to" that are out for the team. Neil Kara, Harry M'H I % %  .•liar. Heroic Frank, jWBornstein and Lefty Schemer %  %  S. W. Eighth Street Ph. 2-1216—3-1074 OPENING MIAMI'S WINTER SEASON Winter Meeting, Dec. 16 Thro Jan. 15 With the Most Modern Totalisator in A. ..a Installed WE INVITE THE NATION'S TURF PATRONS TO Homelike I nviting t he Tarfmen's Rendezvous M odern P leasant MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR RACE r03E.SK Post Time 2 P. M. Grandstand $1.00 Seven Races Daily. Clubhouse .$2.50 Wpsf of flic Hi If lit u rp Tuwpr III Try 11,,. "*>ALE DELICATESSEN '"" KrHt.urant f In Uciil II...... Took.it "wtafc K.,.,,1 Dally •''V \N. ,.,,, T|1 STREET '"""I-: DELICATESSEN •rythln. That's (j


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Page Eight THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN "The Irish in Us," starting SunBl the Tivoli Theatre, is a story of a typical New York Irish family, a mother and three suns. The boys are always iii a continuous wrangle, l>ut with a deep love for each other underneath. It is filled with riotous comedy, tense drama and pathos, and a most unusual romance. .lames Cagncy, Pat O'Brien am Frank McHugh, three Irish lads. have the leading roles, while otherin the cast include Marj Gordon, Olivia ile Havilland, J. Farrell Maclionald, A! Hill and ThomJackson. In "So Moi Lad th newloan Crawl I Montgomery ::i\ at the Is. is played n a i :. R %  trained Craw • of n • ... %  i card %  loia dramal Friday, December 13 ,,. Society Miami Jewish Women—lake Note 11 you are worried about the additional avoirdupois, attend the (tym classes in charge of Mrs. Hymn I Hi each morning, beginning at 9:30 o'clock, at ihe tennis court at 1761 s. w. Fifteenth st. We .... and tea %  W 1 8th, at • • Am a Hotel, C ral Gables, '. Mrs. Martin Raff wil --. Mrs. R every enjoyable the auxca • fa woi k and The pul nd 1 resi %  vationa • Mrs, Raff friends : vancc "Pidyon Hal en" of the inR -• i' .la} afteri 1 %  Ml SA ISLE Seminole Indian Village OPEN HAM ^ isn 61'ND \\ Cor. ISth Sl. .nil ISlh Ar.. N. W. II \sn\| IDE \M \s GIFTS Baakala. BMd Work, How. and Arrowa, [a-a-To-aa, Alliraloi Bags, Hrliand Wall.1. i.ill. lhal arc unu.u.,1 arr al*a>* admirrd and apprrriatrd. UTiiK WRESTLING Hot HI \ Dirartloaa. Driva ct on Klaclrr St. la 2Tlh Af. and north on 27th Av. to 16th St.. or takr an] Pel Hir* rar. Honda Motor I inrv Krd Top IIUMI. or lloat Marunhla at f'irr 6. 2 p. m. supper was held Tuesday „i Kht ., the home of Mr. and Mrs Wilii'' Clein with about sixty u ,st 5 ? tending. Mrs. Terry St.-in. ^ tary of the Sisterhood of Shel Ernes, was toastmistress. \ dresses were delivered by Dak) Max Shapiro, Mr. Man,,,'] | president of the Chevra KadigC J. I.. Shochet, secretary 0 f ^ Cemetery Association; Mr. \ [ bowitz, Mr. I. L. Mintzer, ',„-,.'"I dent of the Greater Miami JewjJ Cemetery Association; Mrs. IskM Cohen, president of the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes; Mr, E. Gor-I don, chairman of the Chevra Kadisha workers; Mr. M. Nissenbaun] Rabbi B. D. Mindel, Mr, Schwartz and Mr. A. Ja tor l.ouis Ilayman sang a nuini." r [ of selections and led in the >m v \ ing of the Hatikvo. Mr. J Feldman sang a Jewish folk sonel Pleas for co-operation of the JeM ry of Greater Miami in the worko'l the organization were made the evening. A regular meeting of the \ 1 Pavid Congregation and Rabbi Da-1 Rabbi and Mrs. Washer were hosts Hebrew Social Club I kin. Max Rai l. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob to members <>f their congregation next Tuesday evening al 8 o'cl \ Greei I i as the "KohanCongregation, Miami Beach. Foland a large number of friends at at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Conl •m".. atlowing th( tional "Saudah," an informal reception. gregation, which all boys and giro] ing. Among the gut sent Mr. Joseph <• recited the from the age of 13 and U] Ral Max S a B th final blessings. In the evening The annual "Chevra Kadisha" vited to attend. 1 1 %  -' -. M ^SBSitf. ut the amtie mmanl\ kitchen. Her modern electric 'ange, refrigerator ami water heater save her work and worry viili automatic certainty. See these modern electrical appliances ami hosts of smaller electrical jiifts in our show* rooms or those of your favorite dealer.


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Miami, Fla
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December 13, 1935

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DKCKMBKR l:t. um
Jewish News Miami Jews and
Around the
World
Christians Unite
Cong. Wilcox
Denounces Hitler
Price Five Cent*
Mi
NvnaC'E"1'
Council Appeals to
Christendom in Behalf of Ger-
man Je*-
Following ih,. lead of Newton D.
Baker and the national movement
to abolish religious prejudice, B'rith
Miami organized a branch of the
National Conference or Jews a:,!
Christians at a meeting at the Ev.
erglades Hotel Monday night.
With clergymen and civic load-
ers in the oily lending their sup-
port, the group mot to name as
temporary chairmen the Rev.
Glenn .lames John P. Stok.
torney, ami Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan.
Among those present were Judge
v,.w York (WNS)Appealing
in e of Ihristendom"
meet Nazism's "deliberate chal-
... teachings of Judaism
,,.i Christianity" and its "threat
n culture and civiliza-
^d," organized religious Jewry in
ted States, Bpeaking
the Synagogue Council of jamea .\. Dunn, Father Wil
: a manifesto assail. Barry, Judge Daniel P. Galen, Al-
; exander Orr, jr., Walter M. Grubb,
M. I.. Marcus, Herbert A. Simon,
Zeientz, 1 aac Levin, Dr. ('.
_. "the dt gradation of the
Jew" in Germany and de-
al there has not been
11 sufficiently impressive cry of
horror at what has taken place in
[Germany." Signed by Rabbis Sam-
| s hulman, Elias Margolin and
de Sola Pool, representing
I Conservative and Ortho-
|ta Jewry, respectively, the mani-
declared thai "We know the
flieory that there can be no inter-
in the internal affairs of a
I mion. but we also know that there
i a thing as a unity of the
I moral culture of the western world.
threatened wherever any
Iwority is exposed to the tyranny
I ad contempt of the majority. We
ippeal to all that is best in west-
I ilture and to all those who
live power and can exert influ-
defend the rights of hu-
Isan beings as against brutal force
Ifiieh seeks to destroy them."
A. Vincent, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, end J. W!
Herbert U. Feibelman, Abo Arono- unscathed
vitz, Jack Kirchik, Judge David J.
Heffernan and Senor A. Parla.
Indorsements were sent by Dr.
ii. S, Reinders, the Rev. ). D. Kuy-
kendall, D. J. Apte, Norman Mir-
sky, Harold Landfield, Stanley ('.
.Myers, the Rev. Elisha A. King
and Father F. 1). Sullivan.
ore than three hundred and
' guests attended the H'nai
dinner at the Hotel Evans
last Wednesday night and heart!
impassioned addresses on the work
of IS'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Jacob II. Kaplan of Tem-
ple Israel delivered the invocation
being presented by Air.
Isaac Lei In, pn sident of the local
B'nai B'rith Lodge, who presided.
Following dinner Mr. II. U. Fei-
belman, ; of Temple Is-
rael, in a brief address present d
Congressman .Mark Wilcox ol
fourth congressional district. Mr.
Wilcox stirred his audience when
he predicted "the present saturna-
lia of oppression in Germany will
will cume through
Jews will remain
Board of Jewish
Ministers Formed
The Board of Jewish Ministers
of Creator Miami was organized
at a meeting of the rabbis last
Monday morning. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Both David Congregation
was (boson president of the group,
whose members are the only rec-
ognized rabbis in this area and
who hold pulpits locally. The pub-
lic is requested to refer all mat-
ters of Jewish interest to the
Board Of Jewish Ministers when
religious questions are involved. In
addition to Rabbi Shapiro, other
members of the board are Rabbi
Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple
Israel, Rabbi I'avid 1. Rosenbloom
f Hoth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Local Jewish
History in
The Making
By ISIDOR COHEN
It is very gratifying to note that
Miami Jews have at last awakened
to the expediency of forming a
truly useful organization.
A Inaneli of the "National Con-
ference of Jews and Christians,"
the foundation for which has been
laid, a day or so ago. by a liberal-
minded group composed of Chris-
tians and Jew-, should become an
effective means for the revival of
the tolerant spirit that prevailed
during the first two decades of
Miami's history. That feeling
Which has been implanted by the
Tel Aviv To
Hold Elections
Hk Fund lor Montefiore Chair in
English at Hebrew University
London (WNS)A campaign to
I f75,OO0 among the Jews of
I Great Britain to establish a chair
I English literature at the Hebrew
lity in memory of Sir Moses German-Jewish settlers
fiorehas been launched here.
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Ninety candidates representing
twenty-four party tickets will com-
pete in the elections which are to
be held in the all-Jewish city of
Tel Aviv on December 15th, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Alex Epstein, elections returns of-
ficer. In addition to the independ-
ent party slate headed by Mayor
Meier Diezengoff and the other
recognized party tickets such as
Labor, Orthodox and Center, the
have put
here long after the mad Hitler will
have passed on and bmg forgot-
ten." Declaring that America
would never stand for any preju-
dice or bigotry, Mr. Wilcox went
on to tell of the work of B'nai
B'rith in its philanthropic, social
and other fields and commended
the order for its work nationally
and complimented the local lodge
for their record of accomplishment.
Mr. Ilyman S. Jacobs, first vice-
president Of District Grand Lodge
No. ">, complimented local officers,
told of the wink being done in the
entire district and urged the local
officers to do even better work in
the future. Judge Hen Marvin of
New York was presented and spoke
briefly. Mr. Henry S. Nadelweiss,
an active member of the lodge,
then presented Mr. I. Levin, Mr.
Nathan Adelman, Mr. Klry Stone,
Mr. William Friedman and Mr.
Louis Cordon with gifts for the
work they accomplished during the
past year. The main address of
Beach, and Rabbi Julius Washer of early Bettlers is still manifest
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- among the surviving pioneers. But
gregation. The organization will this cannot be s;ii,i 0f many new-
sponsor the only local union oh- comers who brought their racial
servance of the 2100th anniversary and religious prejudices with them.
of Chanuka with a Chanuka cele- this respect, however, the Jews
bra!ion on Tuesday evening, De-
cember 24th, at s o'clock in Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miami lieacn,
when each of the four rabbis will
speak. A musical program will be
presented with Chanuka numbers
being featured. Refreshments will
lie served.
Welfare Women
To Meet Monday
B'nai B"rilh Kndorses $500,000
OUT Campaign
W York (WNS)Endorse-
of thi (500,000 American
T Campaign was expressed this
Kkbythe International Order of
ith through the medium
'Meditorial in the December is-
* of the B'nai B'rith Magazine,
*Wal organ of the largest Jew-
fraternal organization in the
rig that the "OUT
-houltl appeal to all who be-
"' '" the loftiest of the eight
a lily as propounded
VMiimonides: To help the poor
:in help himself," the editorial
:n:s ut that the $500,000 asked
! 0RT r, constructive work "is
::-' "tough ;,, ask."
JORTCampaig
j A. Brown is national chair-
:ar,nad previously been endorsed J
IT" JtW'sh fraternal social
ltIJabr K,0UI)S aggregating a
JJership of well over a half
|jMn persos, among them the
.,, mt'n's Circle, the Amalga-
ms Clothi"K Workers' Union of
fcSii llU' ln(k'l>endcnt Order of
J" Abraham, the International
?"'"'' Gain' .. fwation of Polish Jews, the
N Hebrew Trades and a large
P of loe8j Landsmannschaften feJ
|PoupS-
the evening was delivered by Mr.
up the name of Felix Rosenblueth, Abe Shefferman, president of the
director of the Palestine Shipping district grand lodge, who inspired
Company, and the Hebrew daily, the audience with his description
Haaretz, has nominated its editor, 0f B'nai B'rith work internation-
Dr. M. Glickson, for mayor. Prac- ;lily, j the anti-defamation work
tically all of Tel Aviv"- profes- and in the work of the Hillel Foun-
sional associations or guilds will dation, Presenting statistical in-
also be represented at the i.....b. ro,.matloni Mr. shefferman traced
The Laboritea have the largest
number of candidates in the field
dor .mil urged a concerted el tort
formation. Mr.
the manifold activities of the
with fifteen men.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau will be held
Monday, December 10th, at the
Mark Store auditorium at 2 p. m.,
with Mrs. Ida Optner presiding.
Mrs. Morris Duhler, hospitality
chairman, will greet all members
and guests. Mr. Stanley C. Myers,
president of the Jewish Wei faro
Bureau, will give a short talk, fol.
lowed by a piano selection by .Miss
Freda Miller. All members and
guests are invited.
to enlist every Jew in this area
under the banner of B'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Max Shapiro pronounced
the benediction. Dancing followed.
In charge of arrangements were
Messrs. I. Levin. X. Adelman, Klry
Stone and II. S. N'adelweiss.

"Guess Who" Contest
ask." The Anier-
lign, of which Da-
Do you want to have your boy or girl interested in current Jewish events? Do
vou want him or her to learn to know and recognize the pictures of Jewish notables
who are making Jewish history every day, and know of them and about them?
Get them interested in The Jewish Floridlan "Guess Who" Contest. Each week we
.hell nuhlish the picture of a Jewish notable. Have your boy or girl identtfy the pic-
U i m the coupon which ID be printed and write a lettor on "Why This Man Is
..',;. ^ letter must not be longer than 100 words. The contest is limited to
;' and -iris 17 years and under, who are registered pupils at a Hebrew school,
or Sunday school in the state of Florid..
the hands of the "Guess Who" Contest Editor
religious
All letters, to be counted, must be in
within one week from publication
Each week a prize
of a book of Jewish interest will be awarded to the winner,
and honorable mention to the next five.
At the end of the contest prise will he awarded to the school having the highest
number of winners and honorable mentions.
Teachers may aid their pupils in identifying the pictures.
that settled lure in the last twen-
ty years are by no means beyond
criticism. Their mutual hostility,
which is engendered by social and
commercial rivalries, plays into the
hands of chronic Jew-haters, who
need but the slightest excuse to
vent their malice upon Jews in
general.
In view of the slanders and as-
persions cast by Jew upon Jew,
by inuendo and, recently, through
the local press, the wonder is that
the feeling against them isn't more
pronounced than it is.
The Jewish element in the new-
ly formed organization could great-
| ly facilitate the work it has st-
out to accomplish by eradicating
| their own prejudices, which have
[ lately been manifested with unmit-
igated asperity. Miami is afflicted
with a group of Jews whoso inor-
dinate ambition for leadership
blinds them to the harm they are
doing to the Jewish community by
their tactless aggressiveness and
by their disparagement of the few
truly influential fellow Jews. This
stupid aggregation seems to have
formed a close corporation in so
far as communal activities are con-
cerned. In the initiation of Jew-
ish movements they generally pass
the word among themselves and ar-
bitrarily decide who shall or shall
not be invited into their councils.
As a result of which the most ca-
pable and unselfish civic workers
are deprived of an opportunity to
serve the community. If a truly
influential member of the com-
munity joins the movement unin-
vited by those who have seized the
leadership, his presence is not only
deliberately ignored, but he is made
conscious of organized antagonism.
In such an atmosphere none but
those who are impervious to af-
front could render their situation
tenable and give their best serv-
ice to the community which is glar-
ingly lacking in selfless leader-
ship. Most of our present leaders
obviously have their own axes to
grind.
it is hoped that the Miami
branch of the National Conference
of Jews and Christians will not
delegate the completion of its or-
ganization work to those whose in-
terest in civic activities expires
with the appearance of their
(Continued on Page 7)


Pago Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, December 13,1931
e{
.
The annual Chanukah card party
and celebration featuring "Chanu-
kah Latkes" and other go 1 1 will
be given at the V. M. H. A. Sun-
day evei D
1 1 on. Th
1I1 !> for the
: fundof th
:. nual affair
end 1 >' w'" '"'
led during the evi nini \
program will presented,
public i- urged to attend,
rvations are only fiftytao
Reservations are only fifty cents
each. In charge of arrange-
ments and acting as hostesses arc
Mesdames Jack Hirsch, Nathan
Adeiman, B. Chertkoff and J. I..
Shochet.
*
Plans for the Chanuka birthday
supper celebrating the birthday an-
niversary of Rabbi Dr. Jacob II.
Kaplan have been completed. The
event will be held at Kaplan Hall
of Temple Israel at 6 p. m. next
Friday evening, December 27th, im-
mediately preceding the Friday ent at the meeting of the Miami
day evening services. Mr. Herbert chapter of the Senior Hadassah
l. Feibelman, president of the Tin-day at Kaplan Hall. It was
Congregation, will preside as toast- annou
master. Mrs. Evelyn Raff will
SOCIETY Js>
lean totalizator, which will
up wagering facilities by Bon
thing like five minute 1 ...
'very reason to become optimist
over <>ur racing this
Schuyler said, "it
anl
the j'iano
!.. Dinner will
catered affair and a
atit ns
of limited
with any member of the
rommitti 1 or at the Marcus Sta-
rj st..ie on N. E. i"hst sl
In chai of arrangements is a
committee consisting of Mesdames
A. .1. Richter, M. I.. Marcu B. I a
\ inc. Roue Miles, B. Wertheimer,
I Coret, H. U. Feibelman, M.
Kaufman. T. Simon and I. I.evin.
The Chanuka dinner, and particu-
larly the birthday celebration, has
become an annual event and one
of the mosl impressive affairs of
the current winter season. The
public is urged to attend.
* *
More than 160 women were pres-
ar, Mrs. Gi irgc Elman,
Mi Sylvia
a .
\V, mil Ima Roi enfeld and
:, oths for tickets will
d ,,i the -Mark
..,.. and Monday before the
*
I. Friday evening services at
Beth Jacob Congregation will be-
ton>ghl at 8 o'clock^ when
Rosenbloom will speak on
"Jews Are Like That." Cantor
Maurice Mamches will chant and
lead in the congregational sing-
ing. Saturday the rabbi will con-
luct cla es in the Bible and "Ayin
Yakkov."
* *
According to present indications,
thi 1 apacity of Kraemer's will be
taxed Sunday evening, December
22nd, when the Beth Jacob Sister-
hood will hold its annual Chanu-
kah dinner and celebration. In
charge of arrangements is a com-
mittee headed by Mrs. David I.
Rosenbloom. A program of gala
entertainment will be provided.
Reservations should be made im-
v/c
Sun.-Moil. -I lies.. Dec. 15-16-17
James (agncyFrank McHugh
I'at O'BrienOlivia de llaviland
THE IRISH IN US

Sun.-Mon.. Dec. 15-16
.loan CrawfordFranchot Tone
Janu- Montgomery
NO MORE LADIES
if* IS the BEST' __
will be held at Royal Palm Club.
Plans were made to honor Miss
Henrietta Ssold, the founder of
Hadassah, with a Sabbath tea in
commemoration of her 75th birth-
day. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. chair- mediately and will be only $1 per
man of the dinner-dance to be held plate.
New Year's eve at the Floridian
Hotel, announced that the feature
of the event will be a souvenir
Journal to be given as favors. As-
sisting will be Mrs. Barney Wein-
kle, Mrs. Alex Goldstein, Mrs. Ben
Margolis and Mrs. I. Franklyn
Friedman. A. Pastroff is in
charge of the tickets.
* *
A meeting of the Junior Council
of Jewish Women will be held at
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall
next Tuesday, December 17th, at
8 p. m. Final plans for the an-
nual dance to be held at the Co-
lumbus Hotel Roof on December
24th will be announced. In charge
a rai i ments are Mi-- Gertrude
iport and Mrs. Sam Stein-
i it her members of thi

IN-
FORMAL
OPENING
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th
AT :> I*. M.
St. Regis
Restaurant
SERVING
"Florida s Finest American Jewish
Dinner
An important meeting of Beth
David Sisterhood will be held next
Wednesday, December 18th, at the
Talmud Torah Hall at 2 p. m. All
members are urged to attend. A
social hour will follow.

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Robbins of
Miami Beach returned to the city
after spending their honeymoon in
the North.
*
Mrs. Bernard Simon and Mrs. C.
II. Reeder are sponsoring an aft-
ernoon bridge for the benefit of
the Miami Woman's Club at the
Royal Palm Club on Wednesday
afternoon, January sth, from 2
to 5.

Now in its second week of dog
lacmg. Biscayne Kennel club's re-
cently renovated and attractive
. plant is attracting large crowds
of greyhound racing enthusiasts.
Despite the recent dispute between
the racing commission of Florida
and dog owners, matters are now
in such shape that the finest dogs
ble are being shown nightly.
The only totalisator on any grey-
bound track in Florida i< one of
the most popular features, keep-
ing patron- advised of betting odd
up until the last minute before the
Will'
like one of the grea
Ma Dreyer and since King Hon e inva
daughter!' Edith] of New York and of perpetual sunshine."
GatCi N j., are the For the firsl meeting hi
in'Miami Beach. Tropical Park lasl
* ing 28 racing daj
Official! of Tfcopical Park,, handle was f4,171,6
i led by Frank D. Schuyl r, gen- av rage of si 18,98
eral manager and mutuels director ond session, covering 10 daj
the Cable- Racing Association, total play amounted :
confident that the recently re- averaging $201,400 per diem. K
I track will see one of the fin- the two meetings of 17 da
esl seasons In the racing history of grand total handled In the bettu
Florida with the fall season be-j machines was $7,'.i'.fo,129, for]
ginning next Monday afternoon, corking average of $170,173.
it is the official's opinion that a Thi- winter Tropical Park wj
forty per cent betting increase will offer 27 days of racing, beginnM
be shown over the same period of' .
Monday, winding up on Janura
last year.
"Due to improved economic con- j 15th, for its firsl session, whilef)
second meeting, from March In
ditions and the tourist boom here
this winter, and by virtue of the
installation of the modern Amer-lto April 4th, embrace- 23 days,
1l(> ('(illins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH

OPENS A
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
At the
MORRIS PLAN
It W. Flailrr St. Vincinl K. Ilrirr. Mir.
i a i begin.
The management, which consists
of prominent and pioneer Miani-
ians, has made every effort to in-
sure that Dade Countians were
employed in every department of
the huge plant. In the cashier's
and betting window- art' several
well known Jewish residents, V.
!, H. Rehfield, M. R. Dub-
, bin, J. Kl I or and Lew Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlumin are
receivingcongratulations on the
birth of a baby boy at the Victo-
ria Hospital yesterday. Mother
and son are resting nicely. Mrs.
Blumin is the- daughter Of Mr. and
Mrs. I.. Silver, prominent in the
local Jewish community.

Th Chevra Kadisha will hold
an important meeting at Beth Da-
vid Talmud Torah Hall next Sun-
day evening, December 16th, at
o'clock. All members are urged
to attend,
Burdine's Jewish
Section has the
things you need
for Chanukah
Located just around the corner from the ele-
vators, in Burdine's Bookshop ... a special
section for Jewish friends. A section where
you will find many things that are an in-
trinsic part of religious observances and
household routines.
Chromium plated Chanukah Lamps 2.98
Brass Chanukah Lamps ...................... 1.50
Brass Chanukah Menoras ..................... 2.98
Chanukah Candles (a box)...................... 20c
And we have besides:
Me/u/.as of tin .................................. 15C
Mezu/as of olive wood ............................ 35c
Talis of silk 1.25 to 5.00
Tfilin ................... ..................... 2.50
Paper Caps ..................................2 for 5c
Skull Caps 15c and 25c
Earth Bags from Mt. Olive, Palestine 75c
Tapestries of Palestine ........................... L00
Pencil Boxes, painted or carved '""
rotuill I LOOK
Bwtdf/ieb


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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1835
Vol. 8No. 50
A Forward Step
Rabbis who this week formed (he Jewish Hoard of Min-
isters of Greater Miami are to be congratulated for taking
a step which will mean much to .lews of Greater Miami now
and in the future. Hy their action they have definitely put
an end to deception and misrepresentation.
When in the past several weeks, during the hearing of
litigation in New York City, a non-Jewish judge who pre-
sided in the case asked :"\\ hat constitutes a rabbi?" it pre.
>ented a condition that was by no means a credit to our
people. Too often have "Shochtim," sextons. Hebrew teach-
ers, collectors for charitable institutions and plain mounte-
banks and charlatans called themselves "RABBIS" to get
cheaper rates on railroads and reductions on telephone
charges. We in the extreme southern portion of these I'nited
States have too often been duped by these self-constituted
rabbis not to realize the danger we have faced- These self-
constituted rabbis, graduates of no institution whatever.
without "Smieha" from recognized authorities, propose and
do every thing that is contrary to Jewish faith and tradition.
They officiate at weddings when in truth they should not;
they participate in bizarre funeral ceremonies repugnant to
everything that is Jewish and traditional; they grant di-
vorces and do everything to garner in the "shekel." What
is worse, they present a picture of Judaism to our non-Jewish
friends that would never be recognized by any Jew.
The action of our rabbis, each of whom represents a
congregation in active existence; each of whom conducts a
Khool wherein Jewish children are taught the faith of our
forefathers, and all of whom represent every wing of .le\\r>.
have taken that forward step which is designed to. and which
wrhope will, eliminate the free lancer and irresponsible from
ithin the midst of Jewry.
If our Jews can only be made to realize that the lour
congregations of Greater Miami carry the burden of per
petuating true Judaism and should and must be supported
lothe exclusion of personal selfish gain; If our non-Jewish
friends can be shown that true Judaism can be found only in
recognized congregations and not in personal business ven-
tures; that the doors of our synauoguvs are always open to
ur non-.kwish friends, and that in these living synagogues
"id nowhere else can true Judaism be found; then and only
hen can unscrupulous adventurers be eliminated and truth
prevail.
Our rabbis are to he congratulated. Above all. they must
>r supported in this forward step.
Strictly
Confidential
lidbits from Everywhere
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
1'* Short Wave
Visitors to the tomb of Rachel
estine have been stunned to
'" that picture postcards show-
'"K the inside of the tomb offered
* sale are made in Germany .
als a fact that picture post-
*w almost anywhere in Pales-
"e bear a made-in-Germany mark
And this has nothing to do
*"h the transfer agreement, eith-
Speaking of postcards re-
destroying hundreds of thousands
minds us thai the Nazis are now
f cards showing a blonde little
Aryan boy posing with Hitler
Selected by Hitler's advisers as
the finest specimen of Aryan child-
hood, the youngster turned out to
be the grandson of a Dusseldorf
rabbi, and the son of a mixed Ar-
yan-Jewish marriage One of
the conditions in the settlement of
the libel suit of Putel Hanfstengb
Hitler's press agent, against Lord
Beaverbrook's London Daily Ex-
press was a promise that all but
,. ,)f the Beaverbrook papers
would look with a more kindly eye
at the Naai regime Only the
fact that he's a Jew keeps George
Plain Talk
By A l. SEGAL
| "In Which a Jew iiocs Rome" I
..........'..........................................................i.........w.......mil
Tucson, Ariz.I find myself in
this oasis of the Arizona desert
"nd l feel nostalgic Home is
-.....' miles beyond the barren
waste and, traveling here, I have
observed what incredible distance
2.000 miles are; 2,000 miles are
more than three days; they are
Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi,
Louisiana, the seeming illimitable
sweep of Texas, New Mexico and
Arizona. Beyond all these is
I urn a little lost man in an in-
believable immensity. In the ho-
tel r< idc a fine old gentleman
from Milwaukee who cries whi n-
: far he is away
'"in home, and I athize
I have become detached from all
'!"..... that were
my world the friendl)
of my house, my dog, m
hair.- which have
the vastn..... mountain
and plain. Dusk fall- and gathers
up the bleak moun til en-
eoni] waste and nighl
wallow? them; and from the ho-
tel window I look i un-
fathomable
It i.- Friday nij
I go out on these
certain directions. I had not gone
mi such a mission on a Friday
night before; tin1 consolations of
ti mples wen- comfort* that I
could take or let alone, and, in the
main. I let them alone.
These were for Vein Kippur, on
which occasion I have -aid: "Well,
(in account of the children I ought
to go." Even then I did not al-
ways give my heart to the holy
things in the temple; and my mind
poken rebelliously: "Segal, do
you really need a temple?"
But on this Friday night mj
are taking me rather eagerly to
the Tui son temple.
My mind quarrels with me about
this: "Segal, you never went to
temple on Friday night before.
Suddenly you go to temple on Fri-
day night."
1 had read in tl paper
in the temple .
the kindling of Sabbath lights,
.th evening and
all that, and 1 had said, "We must
ighl to the temple."
"Segal, j ou always wi m to I he
Forest Theatre on Friday night;
i to a temple. In the
you -eek a temple."
"Like a bride, radianl and joy-
the Sabbath" ... I am
. familiar voice in t hi'
i as the young woman (for
it is a Sisterhood service) reads
. ,i f the ritual. 'I hey
an echo from mj own
the e were the same words
1 nad heard al our own table on
many Friday nights.
LIGHTS OF NEW YORK
By MARTHA NEUMARK
Child of (he Old World
When you hear of a Yemenite
Jew you immediately conjure up In
your mind an unkempt, odorifer-
ous, ear-locked, generally back-
ward specimen of humanity. And
your general impression of a Vein
enite Jewess of about twenty-three
is undoubtedly that of a haggling
old woman already worn out by
many childbirth- unattractive in
the extreme m our western eye.
\ a matter of fact, your guess
in general would be close to the
mark. Hut in particular you
would be as wrong as you've
been about anything. For Sarah
th Halevy- the girl in par-
ticular is as different from the
traditional Yemenite Jewess as you
are. She is tiny, young and won-
der of wonders a professional
she ha come I o inl r oduce
New York to Arabic folk Bongs.
When she wai born her parents
o nad I hey wandered into
tine when she wa- very
. oung, and died. Xow onlj h !
and her brother are left. "My
I rother," she told her interviewer
n halting English, "he tell me I
must marry. 1 must have very
many children. I must work in
the kitchen. But I say: 'No, that
for me. I must sing'." Sui h
determination, backed up by work
a domestic servant
her, led to her first concert in the
all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv four
.. I ar ago. Her -access was al-
instantaneous. And now she
is here to treat New York to her
repertoire of Arabic. Sepiianln.
Felach and Persian folk songs. De-
cember 17th is the date. Town
Hall is the place. There she ll per-
form with memories of her tri-
umph- in Bucharest, Vienna, Ber-
lin (!) and Paris to give her con-
fidence.
Strange it was to sit in Carnegie
Hall. Sabbath stronghold of Steph-
en S. Wise, and not hear that fiery
orator among those who cham-
pioned the rights of mothers on re-
lief to birth-control information.
Hut an interesting note was .-truck
when his satellite, Rabbi Sidney
i'.. Goldsteinwho last week distin-
guished himself by declaring his
approval of euthanasia when prop-
erly controlled appealed to the
Catholic church to withdraw it- op-
position to birth control. We're
afraid it will take more than the
guild rabbi to achieve this desider-
atum; but he did very well in the
role of one of the drops in the
trickle that will eventually wear
away the .-tone of bigoted ignor-
ance. Rose Schneiderman, presi-
dent of the Women'.. Trade Union
ie, made a strong plea for
the economic point of view. Her
angle: "] call your attention to the
Pro pi it of a -landing army of
five or six million uneniployables"
unless intelligent measures are
take!:. So effective were all the
speakers or was it that the au-
dience ai tUally needed no pel -ua-
.-lon'.' that a unanimous resolution
was adopted to the effect that Bince
11 children are bom to
era on relief .very year "the pres-
ent policy of withholding birth con-
trol infiiimatioii from these moth-
er- i- inhumane, anti Bocial and un-
democratii." This time it was not
necessary for Dr. Goldstein to back
up his point nf view with Scrip-
tural interpretations, for a resolu-
tion of the Central Conference of
American liabbis of many moons
ago (had already authorized his
stand. Chalk up one for the rabbi-.
Championing Itirlh Control
There was more than a fair
sprinkling of Jewish doctors and
auditors among those who attended
i he meeting held last week at Car-
egie Hall under the auspices of
the American Kirth Control League.
Socicll Notes
We won't pause to define "so-
ciety" in this sense. It's too light-
weight to deserve the energy. Hut
Franz Werfel says he is having a
hard time finding enough tune left
over from his "society" duties to
give as much as he would like to
Max Kcinhardt's production of his
"The Eternal Road."
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
These candle lights are the re-
nt all the Sabbath lights
I had seen in all my days; they
illuminate the darkness that
stretches the 2,000 miles between
me and my house, and I see that
the distance is no mure than from
here to there ; that is to sa\. no
more iban the -pace that separates
me finin the Jew who sits beside
me in the temple.
He is no stranger. lie arises
with me "Kodosh! Kodosh! Ko-
dn-li! He speak- my language;
ad both learned these words
long ago. as if we had been chil-
dren in the same house. He is my
Mandel, French minister nf eoiii-
ations, from being a certain
successor nf Pierre Laval as pre-
... Although a conservative,
Mandel i.- persona mm grata to
rights and lefts To keep peace
in th,. family Hitler has ordered
Propaganda Goebbels to make up
with his frail, whom he recently
ousted from his bed and hoard.
This and 'Unit
.Judge Joseph Sanders oi the D !-
Unit common pleas court, may be
appointed U. S. district attorney
for Michigan He's also a can-
didate fo>' fcderal JudK'shl|) '
If you're wondering why you
haven't heard from Rabbi Solomon
Goldman of Chicago these last few
months, we're telling you that he s
suffering from a throat ailment
. The real reason why Vice-
Investigator Dewey of -New York
discontinued using the term 'Shy-
lock" to describe the loan shark
racketeers is the fact that he re-
membered he paid his way through
the University of Michigan by
Binging in a synagogue choir .
Maze I tOVS are due Abe Goldberg,
Zii nist orator, on the marriage of
his daughter, Natalie, who is a
physician Superior Court Judge
Joseph Sabnth of Chicago is cele-
brating his 25th anniversary on the
bench During that time he
handled 46,000 marital rifts and
reconciliated .1,000 couples Did
you know that the word "reich,"
the Ethiopian term "ras" and "re,"
"roi" and "rcy," the Italian,
kinsman.
I am no stranger in the desert.
I am in my own house.
I return to my hotel. I am no
longer oppn ssed by a weight of
loneliness; my house is around the
cornier; my kinsmen are nearby.
Time and space have been com-
pressed in a narrow little bundle
. The voice nf the temple's ha-
zan rings, friendly, in the wilder-
ness.
al. a synagogue ne\er meant
all this to you before. You have
been a stranger to the synagogue."
"Aw, forget it," I answer. "When
you feel lonely it's good to go
home even for an limn."
French and Spanish word- for
king, all stem from th.' Hebrew
word "rosh," meaning first?
Hroadw ayside
Despite all denials to the con-
trary, Sylvia Sydney has definite-
ly split with her husband, publish-
er Bennett Cerf She's going to
London to make a picture for GaU-
mont-British Observers at the
Astor Theatre in New York, where
the Palestine flicker, "The Land
of Promise," is still showing, have
noticed among the patrons, Bap-
tist and Presbyterian ministers,
Christian missionaries and negro
cultists Claudette Colbert is
about to disqualify herself in tier-
many Her fiance. Dr. Joel J.
Pressman, is a non-Aryan .



Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
The World's
Window
Or a man may be murderer or a A 11 Jp^'j^||
thief. He remains a man. You ,
Team Selected
"Facing
By I.I I
'. Fact"
, I EWISOHN
This column in copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in parl strictl] forbidden. Vnj
infringement on l-i i copyright
will hi' prosecuted.
(in Sunday, December 1st, I was
cannot, because men are sick or
men are evil, abolish humanity.
Well, societies, peoples, Bocial
can evidently also turn
sick or criminal or both.
nnot tl abolish the
fact that man, this creature whom
Ul. ki a ai and -
than in na-
i ic culture
in specific groupings
have their character and
onfiguration strictly analogous to
;, character and c mfiguration of
an individual p< rsonality or i
stvle :"i individual work
I935's Greatest Jewish
Players
Football
privileged to attend the prelimi- f ,,;i :.,n. Men
nary conference for the formatioi groups that create their
of the united P appea and n ;|u.ir ,,,, ,..,.,. ;l,i
the united Palestine front at the ig (h ,N.,,,., ,lf their perma-
B more in New York. <'( the ad-
dresses there delivered three were
nent characti Mi i i xist in no
her way. Neither do .lews. We
of first rate importance; the due. I ,..
message concerning the condition |))( we are a ,lan,laii,v. No,
and needs and miracles of the ;,-... head int.. the .and
by Berl Locker b| thj_ poi|)t ,,-. g0 gilly and B0
of tb and immensely unrealistic and wardly. Wo
hu-id scientific confirmation oi all
that Locker had said by the
Pr- Vnd an a sick nationality.
',ml fi" But our sickness is different from
By IRV KUPCINET
Her-, my friends, is the
cial" Jewish All-Amcri
for 1935, every member of which
will get a gold football, to be pre-
I by the Jewish War Veter-
ans' post and affiliated Seven Arts
er nearest
to the city in which the player's
d This team is just
ial" a- any all-
mythical selection can be, for it
represents the opinions of coaches,
players, fans, publicity directors
and .-ports writer- That, it Been) ,
:. the first requisite in selecting
all-star teams gel someone else's
opinion and then use your own. In
this particular case, we got as
many .pinions as we pot
could, and. what's more, we used
them.
Left end, Marvin Bell, Marquette
University, Milwaukee; left tackle,
hum Klein. New York University,
New York City; left guard, Ed-
a highly critical-minded au-
dience in my lifi. At the nd at
elderly gentleman, not unknown to
fame in American Jewish life who
next to me,
be
don
k
long present in their na-
and intensified by historic
rtunes due. once again, to
that character of theirs. -Man is
Cal.; right tackle, Leonard Trill.
University of Virginia, Charlottes-
ville: right end, .Maurice l'att. (ar-
] i, h, Pittsburgh; quarter-
Tw- ""X a moral i ee, and hence Machlowitz (Capt) New
t toward me and wh. I f a,.....u. And back, NaJ^"^*'^
el eve in nationalism, a ,.,,,. r,( iorK university, ew ioikcuj,
we Jews are or were, thank Cod, (efl ^ Barney _MinI/_ Tul.|m.
the other day a nationality sick Univer8it New Orleans; right
Thus, at to the fabled
image
small and empty head into the sand
had low ldood
in another way: we nan low dioou |];i]|._ ,!iu.k Friedmalli I!j,.(. [nat5.
ire and our feeling ol* tnto| Houston: fullback. Dave
' Smukler, Temple University, Phil-
delusion that no one sei hu""'"'' ZT.JLn ade,phia-
its huge ungainly bulk. Dr. X.. *? "' ** ?"' By one of those allowa
Of the crucifixion 'S 'VlUM"1 *'" for all selectors Of all-S
ing
n group uf Jewish os.
and the miracle of the
and and its salvation, con-
; men-
.
dug and li
are there
him? B
too -:.... A
tion or over-compensation
. death wish. When
Dr. X. said to me: "I don't b
in nationalism," alter hearing
and Oppenheimer and Wise,
.: his mind; he
moi al nal ui e. Hi
tti ng that ti
a
ranees made
tar teams,
we found we were able to shift
Shper, normally a guard, to
center on our first team. Abe,
who played for Harrison high
school of Chicago, the same team
that produced Notre Dame's Pil-
nationalisms do likewise. But you
cannot help individuals or peoples
by denying their existence. Only
a told by the by healing their hurts.
dinunut
i ten ana
i

ney, Puplis, Kopczak and Jojmai,,
and Michigan's Remias, was rated
aa one of the outstanding linemen
on the west coast. Because of the
|..k 0f ,,ar Jewish center.. COm-
with the superfluity of
Jewish guards, it became advisable
,, ,ake this change.
And in the backfield, too, we i
ercised the "expert's" prerogative
of making B few changes here and
Sat Machlowitz, N. Y. U.i
great halfback, is shifted to quar-
k for convenience, allowing'
us to place Barney Mintz of Tulane
and Buck Friedman of Rice at the
halfback positions, and Dave Smuk-
ler of Temple at fullback.
..man of Rice was a star
ball carrier all year and deserves
a place on anybody's .Jewish All-
American, but even if he didn't he'd
probably make ours. It's good to
| ave a Friedman with us again
after all these years.
Placing big Have Smukler on the
first team called for deep concen-
l rat ion. Have, like the old gray
mare, "ain't what she used to be."
Hampered by injuries, he played
only occasionally this season. Ham-
pered more by Pop Warner's state-
ment that be was tli.' "greatest
ever." Have suffered untold mis-
eries by comparison with "greats"
Of past years. But 1 Still regard
the big boy from Gloversville, N.
V.. as the best Jewish fullback in
the business.
I rest of the first team line
from end to endis composed of
outstanding performers from Mar-
quette's Bell, New York L'.'s Klein,
Vanderbilt's Merlin. California's
Gilbert, Virginia's Troll and Car-
negie Tech's l'att. They're All-
Americans, those lads, and richly
deserving of this honor.
And to the eleven members of
the first team go solid gold foot-
balls, emblematic of their having
won Jewish All-American honors.
It is through the assistance of the
Jewish War Veterans of the Unit-
ed States that Seven Arts is able
to make this presentation.
Editor's Note: Of interest is
the fact that Ed Merlin of Van-
derbilt is a Miami boj aad played
football for a number of years
on iIk Miami Senior High school
football team.
Friday, December 18, 1935
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Th(, young Circle Club, under
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., recently in the circle
U*< MS W'JEKit?th "*" TlK'
the debate
That Italy 1
Ethiopia-"
ffirmative Bide was pre-
.iu Jacobs, Hen Setzer,
Aronowitz and Ira Sachs.
egative side was given by
Mix Kristle, Abe Frieden, William
Kaizan.i Louis Preider.
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Five
STATEWIDE NEWS
Tampa Notes
ji,,. newly organised Teenettes
,i its first social affair last
rn, n B "sweater" party was
|n the home of Miss Irene
Kristle.
j[jgs Hannah Lasarow, sponsor
, |ub, offered as a surprise
of the evening an edition
T, i '.ties Tribune contain-
ks, gossip, jokes and
rity boniest blanks which
filled out during the evening.
\ contest was conducted with
Rosenblatt winning the
Spi L'ial prizes were award-
Mi Fruma Blattner an 1
Willie Katz and miniature silver
Were presented to each
mentOS of the party.
JJjss Pruma Hlattner, president
dub, gave the sponsor a
enamel triple compact in ap-
. ion of her work as sponsor
a ;i birthday gift.
Refreshments were served in the
:. ng, alter which several
games were enjoyed.
Mi>s Grace Dayan, Sunday
school teacher of Rodoph Sholom
Temple, is coaching a Chanuka
play, the titi,. "The Broomstick
Brigade." Those taking part in the
play are Paul Buchman, Irving
Herscovitz, Bernice [chill, Bdith
Elozory, Ina (loth,, Edward Weiss-
man, .lack Dayan, Ruthye Pollick
and Henry Finman.
National officers of the B'nai
B'rith visited Tampa last Tuesday.
1 ''"' taken on a sightseeing
trip and visited the various cigar
ies in Tampa and were en
tertained in the evening at a ban
quel at the Floridian hotel, which
was followed by an open meeting
V M. II \. building.
Th i visiting officers were Mr.
Abe Shefferman, president, Wash-
ington, It. C.j Mr. Hyman Jacobs,
Attlanta, vic< -. resident, and Mr.
Rabhi -Vdoh.h r,. d i i S''"" Goldstein. state councilman
i .Adoiph Burger oi Rodoph West
Orlando Notes
Daytona Beach
Notes
Sholom Temple will speak on ,:ha;:;,r'; ,amP
"Jews Of the Orient" and will he
assisted by the Rodoph Sholom
choir. Services are held every Fri-
ll ij at p. in. and Saturday at
!) a, m.
is neadei
Henry Cohen,
led by Judg
Mr. I.. Welly, active communal
worker, entertained at a reception
at the Perrydell Tuesday evening,
honoring his daughter, Ruth, in an-
nouncing her betrothal to Mr. Phil
Friedman of New Brunswick, \. J.
Mi Wo Ij popular in i Orlan-
do's younger -i-t. She is a grad-
uate of the Orlando High school
and attended Florida Slate Col-
lege for women. Friends paid
their respects during the evening
and remained for the informal
Washington, dance which followed. A buffet
District supper was served at M o'clock.
Among the out-of-town guests
A, She ffei man of
D. ('.. president of the
Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith,
i- scheduled to address the com- were Mrs. M, Bork of Jacksonville'
munity at the Temple Israel Fri- and Samuel .1. Willner of New
day night at 7:30, December 13th, Brunswick, N. J., uncle of the
on world affairs. He was special fiancee.
brought to Daytona Beach bj ----------
Louis Ossinsky, local attorney.
Orlando Lodge No. 1043, B'nai
B'rith, will hold a luncheon at the
Duck in honoring the officers of
District Grand Lodge No. "> today.
Reservations have been mad foi
Th international relations study
group of the Temple Sisterhood
gently in the home of Mrs.
I.. Kaplan, and enjoyed the
. and last presentation of a
ehensive study of "The
li of Nation-" by Mrs. I'. N.
man.
returned from the National Ha-
dassah convention in Cleveland,
reported on the convention.
Among the interesting events
scheduled for the month of Decem- wve ""' P>ing prayer,
her will be Hadassah Sabbath, in Plana Ul'"' made lo h"M the
tribute to Miss Henrietta Szold, Pu,im carniva|. the date to be an
founder of lladassah, who cele- nounced 'ater, and a rummage sale
brates her seventy-fifth birthday was also Panned for the month.
on December 21st, MrSl Penn Bavc two vocal nuni-
ln keeping with this country- l"''s ilMl1 *** accompanied at th
wide celebration, Rabbi I. L. Kap-
Voung .Matthew Nestler is an-
other youngster who will orate
i'ii the children present their
Th Ladies' Auxiliary of Ro Cnanuka Program Sunday. Decem- over forty who will attend.
doph sholom Temple held n regu- '" 22nd' at ''"' 'IV'l>lc. His fa- ----------
Iber. Herman Nestler, has been in- The regular semi-monthly meet,
vited to play the violin. Ing of Orlando Lodge No. L043,
B'nai B'rith, will be held in the
Mr. and Mrs. George l.iebmau, vestrj rooms of the synagogue
presidcni. Mrs. A. R. Berger.'who l!0 N" Beacn st-. "ad as their guest next Tuesday at 8 p. m. An in-
last week-end Mr. Earl Wehner, tere ting program has been ar-
lar monthly meeting Thursday
afternoon, Decembei Ith. in the
auditorium of the temple. The
meeting was called to order by the
who was enroutc
I ity to Miami.
Mrs. Aaron (iittlenian has re-
tail ne-d from a month's visit in
New York City.
from New York ranged and refreshments will be
served. The annual election of of-
ficers will take place. '
Members and friends of the Tern.
: are reminded to keep
December 16th open
he annual brilliant cabaret
will begin at 9 o'clock on
in the .lapanese Room
" v ,r Hotel.
. S, S. Goffin is gene
I with her commit-
to make this the
and delight fill event
r staged by the Sis-
are being made and
to attend are in-
their reservations
ly Halle.
will be served
e \ ening and cigai
- will be offered Ull-
. nship of Mrs. Law-
i an and M Iss Bea
Pi
Ian "ill dedicate the services Fri-
day night, Dee-ember l.'lth, to lla-
dassah Sabbath and the following
Friday evening, December 20th,
Rabbi M. D. Margolis will devote
hi- sermon ami services to Hadas
sah. It is expected that all mem-
bers of Hadassah will take Ibis
opportunity to pay tribute to Mrs.
Szold and will altend the services.
'flu- program was devoted to
Chanuka and Rabbi Margolis spoke
on "Jewish Customs ami Rituals."
An enjoyable part of the program
everal violin selections by
Alice Biscow Sager, accompanied
aj on the piano by .Mrs. Archie I'ulely.
Mr.-. I.. Bucholtz, hospitality
piano ley .Mrs. Kelnn Haven.
Hostesses for the afternoon
\M-ic- Mrs. .1. Milchman ami Mrs.
Herman Aronovitz.
Mrs, M. Soowal of New York is
visiting her son and daughter for
the winter.
The many friends of Mrs. I..
Miss Josephine W a i e r m a n,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.
Waterman, and Mr. Charles l.ob
of New Oilcan- were- married De
cember 3rd at Temple- Schaarai
Zcelck by Rabbi David Zielonka.
A program of pre-nuptial ..... i,
fiven by Mr. Eddie Ford, or-
ganist, and Mrs. A. Straus, jr., of
Columbus, tea..
Mrs. Sylvia Wasserman was
hostess to a group of friend- Sun-
lay evening at her home on Marion Lieberof are pleased to learn that
she has fully recovered from her
recent illneBs.
st.. al a poker party. (Iiie.-ts in
eluded Miss Pearl Rosenblatt, Miss
Ksla Saffer, Miss Marian Rutberg,
Mis. Don- Rutberg, Mrs. .lack
Goldstein, Mrs. Simon Heed. Mrs.
Ci'cile Shemer.
II .1. IIIUI I layc-
Th iii i '. "i
al her.
I ieni'ietta Waterman.
I Ethel Nelson will be host-
ess ai her home- on Second ave.
Friday night, December 20th, when j was very inique
lie- Progressive Club meets. Thelfn hmen e
planning a dinner part] to h ;ess.
milday night, December 22nd.
Mrs. M. Koiileiiian of Sanford,
Sisterhood of Temple Israel will ni ther of Harry Kottleman, Mr.-.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Con-
gregation Ohev Sholem met at the
home id' Mrs. I. Becker. Plans
were discussed and hostesses
named for benefit affairs in Jan-
uary and February. The- program
Delicious re-
nerved by till'
nye Horovitz, bride-
mored last week
bridge luncheon and
>-er gi< in the ''
. Esther llam-
Hatti Slott.
chairman, was in charge of a BO-
cial hour following the meeting /.,.i. s. <., was matron of honor,
and program, during which dainty Little Cecilc Waterman, daugh
refreshments we-rc- Berved by the ;,.; 0f M and Mrs, -111-01111
for tin al i' moon.
series of ,\l. Braver man, Mrs. Al. Block and
t, 1 of the bride, was maid of hon- sponsor another of its
: ami Mrs, Meyer Schein of Beau card parties this Sunday night a' L01 Kottleman of Shrevi port, La.,
the Chateau I.id". Only ii won't passed away last Thursday after-
bi- a card party. The Sisterhood noon. '1 he funeral services were
\\a plans a "beano" party, so arranged held in Carey Hand's chapel with
11 hi. was junior bridesmaid.
Little Regina Lei W a', rman was
Tli,- second annual dinner dai hearer,
of tin- Daughters of Israel will Mr. bob was attended bj Mr.
take place December "l-t i" the | Walter V\ jr., of New Orleans,
ballroom of the Jewish Center. and groomsmen were Mr. Jack
In charge of the event is Mi Straus of Columbu Ua., If H.
Ben Chepnick. of Savannah, Jerome A. Wa-
i;r rvatiom for the affair must u-rman and Ernest VIaa .. of
be- made' with Mrs. Chepnick. Onlj Tampa.
that those a I." would care to not Rabbi B. Safer officiating. The
put)
0!
bridge for once- may not do
100 couples will be admitti
thai dancing may be enjoyed in
The Junior Daughters of Israel
will hold a novelty dance in honoi
of the first anniversary of this or-
ganization, in the- Jacksonville Jew-
irved in the Carl- ish Center, Third and Silvei
, sis' places being from i':-"') until 1:30 o'clock Sun-
luncheon table by day night, December IBth.
lal design. Chrysan- Miss Edith Weiss, president of
and autumn leaves the organization named the follow-
itiful centerpiece for ing to work on the following com-
mittees of the dame-: Edith Wei
.ban

Immediately after the e eronion)
a reception was held at the Tampa
Terrace Hob 1. Members of the
wedding party ami parents of the
bride ami bridegroom were in the
lit'; line-.
Mr. and Mrs. boh left for a wed-
ding trip t" New > ork and i; -
, going i" New oilcans
to make their home.
TAMPA V M. II. A. NOTES
\ tie- regular meeting of the
Young Men's Hebn '* iation
on Monday evening the following
rs and directors were elected:
President, Dr. J. Leon Schwartz;
tin Sunday evening the Jewish
Ait Players of New York will pro
.' various forms of the Yid-
dramatic art.
Women's night at the gym i> be-
i' umed every Wednesday eve-
ning. Juniors will meet at T::;II
o'clock and Beniors at 8:30. The
schedule includes basketball, vol-
leyball, calisthenics, tap dancing,
reducing, bowling, ping pong and
hot and cold showers.
Meetings of the Boy Seoul- are
being held regular!} on Wednes-
day evenings under direction if
Scoutmaster Harry Kotler.
The' Junior Girls' Club, which
meets every Friday afternoon, i-
rchcarsing a play which will he
given during the Chanukah fes-
Israel.
"'"'' Hadassah held Its regu- Seven
velty dances have been Leon Haber, Major M. J. Mackler,
Julius Silverman,
"..e-.-.-en nei< us rcgu- 1 n 1 1,'inm-in .11 ills Silverman
-..... Wednesday planned. Among them, a novel B J. J'nmaJus%'r Fred Lebos
in the Jewish Center, blindfold dance and the birthdaj ur. ^ ^ ^ y] Uo|fson.
I!l" Stein, president, who party dance.
given on Wednesday evening, De-
cember 26th. The members of the
committee are Mrs. L. N. Marcus,
.Mrs. Morris Bennett, Mrs. Oscar
ised was act ive in charitable
and communal affa
St. Petersburg
Notes
The Jewish Welfare Board, a
national organization, with head-
quarters in New York, appointed
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld chaplain f
the Soldiers' Home ami Hospital
at St. Petersburg.
Cong. B'nai Israel I e-e-lected
Rabbi Kleinfeld for the fourth
term. Friday evening services are
held at 8 o'clock, with sermon by
Rabbi Kleinfeld. Services also Sat-
urday morning at 0.
The Ladies' Auxiliary held a
very successful card parly and
concert at the Congregation B'nai
l rae-i Sunday evening, December
8th. Hostesses were Mrs. A. Ru-
bin. Mrs. J. Miller and Mrs. A.
Kaufman.
Mr. and Mrs. \l. Rothman and
family of New York City were tin-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller
for several days before leaving for
Miami Beach.
Verkauf, Miss Ruth Salsbury, Miss
Ruth Finman, Miss Ann Lee Lu-
betzky, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weil,
jr., Sol Haliczer, Sol Fleischman
and Bill Wolfson.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, Iiiwml^r |::. 1;i;;-



BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of .Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN
Rabbi
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
o
Services Fridny evening at 8:15
,,', lock. A lecture on the "Ideals
of the Prayer Book" "11! be pre-
sented by Dr. Kaplan, after which
those present are welcome
contribute anything
i In y desire to the subji
Saturday m 11 to 1-
i]u. coi ass studies the
. ..
;-
-
i aim '
: v as
ighout
tin' country.
.In
r 20th,
i
r t .!> ildren on Sunday
morning, and a special celebration
Sunday evenii :, when a play on
Chanukah will be i
g< neral entertainment will be
lults ->, ;
all children frei .Pa
in, a! the morning ci
:,t which time our
nu norali
with a pi i -, nl on il child
I .-.'.,! the
[tending
GENERAL
M. Taxay IV i
. 1'. :.. dlows: "'1',,
Itivei eap a
.
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a

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fers hi
roran
.
'I,:n,
:
In that one in
; he country, I all i i-., Jew-
ish people, w'liir retaining their
individual houses of worship, have
uniW'ii a- ,'11,' Jewish community
. .,:, sending their childi ei
a United Temple school on Sunday,
all the children of the Or-
thodox a- well as the Reform con-
. are urged t" attend at
east k-day class in He-
brew. l.a.-t week over 50 children
availed themselves of this oppor-
tunity provided by the week-day
classes.
Hard as it is to believe my
dream of a United Israel is pos-
sible under certain circumstances,
as is evidenced by the splendid
Jewish community in Torre Haute,
Indiana.
May God Mess Rabbi Taxay and
all those who have helped to bring
oul tins remarkable result in Is-
rael.
Another thing of interest in thai
community is the fac( thai a friend
,,f the United Temple has pi
fur telephoning every Jew
in the city to attend servii
. evening.
I- with pi foun I interest that
; uf the board
l. .; ami ui co-
rabbi i"

c by promising to
,,M exam]
a l-'ri-
llg.
:. I
nthusiasm i
he pew can also warm
an empty pew.
"ii League of
B'nai B
an niin-
f I K <>. A.
ntitled: "William
W ill
Hitler, Ma:,-."
:., obtained,
anyone i- interested to re-
ue I shall be glad to
i! Roth i- just
off tla press, "A Bird's Eye View
Ji u ,- i History." Henry Smith
ewed ii most fa-
Sews Servii, "'.
:,. S'ai al oi ference of Jews
1 lie says in par':
bviously intended BE a
ik, this stoi > is a good deal
iii,ue. It i- so well written and so
: facts that it leads the read-
, r along as would a historical novel.
1 sat down to read it with a
hat it would be hard g
Hut 1 on disillus
found my- by the de-
he story undi
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
0 ____________________o
U ; this
. Oren, Marcia Sa-
Sterling La> ine, M ttchel
Class ll.
I
III. Stanli y Wasman read
Mir-
..
Mary \ nn Broi
.
1 will ha
menu n Cha

an ;
ng will be a plaj
other
later.
Anniversary
Observed
Little more than a year ago the
columns of the Jewish Floridian
carried the announcement of the
opening of a department at Bur-
dine's. Miami's leading depart-
ment store, wherein ceremonial ae-
ries for the Jewish home and
synagogue would be carried.
The only si,,re south of New
Vork having such a department,
Burdine's in the year that this
unique department has been in ex-
istence has definitely proven it-
Today the Jewish resident
and tourist knows that his reli-
gious objects may be had without
in the mails and protracted
correspondence. Whether it be a
'Palis, Tefillin, Mezzuzah or pray-
er book, or a beautiful object of
art from Palestine, a cover for the
Sabbath Chalos, Chanuka candles
r Menorahs, the Miamian knows
that he may gel it at Burdine's.
\ tention is called this week to
t thai Chanuka can,!!.
Friday
20th, l
I hild and Me:
il in this unique de-
i ailil, nt on
. ne's.
A complete line of 1.....ks ol
.1, wish itii the child or
adult, as well as a variety of Bibles
e home, bride or other i
event, :- carried,
l.a-i Passover this department
display of the Seder table,
so that both Jew and non-Jew
could in-,,inn- acquainted with the
pel settlll
Society
bers of Junior Hadassah
met Monday night at the Roosevelt
apartments, Miami Beach, with
Mis., Sylvia Rayvis presiding. The
officer.-' ball, tendered annually
for paid-up members and their es-
i ortS, will take place the latter
pan of January. Miss Heady Gol-
denblank is chairman of this event.
In charge of the donor dinner is
Miss Anita Si!'., : man, assisted by
Mi-s Ann Schweitzer. Miss Mary
Anne Kamins, Miss Ida Engler
and Miss Vetta Feiner.
J. \. I-', project wa- car-
the evi ning's pn
Ida Safer, J. X. F. chairman,
ted Mr. R. Lachman, who
exhibited interesting moving pic-
I .. Btinian life. A skit
also presented, and Miss Ida
discussed the significance
f the .lewish National Fund.
.
Friday evening, December 20th,
:,; ;, o'clock, the St. Regis. Kostau-
,.,, a, 446 Collins ave.. Miami
Beach, will resume its fourth sea-
son of service to the public. It
will have a staff fully equipped to
provide the finest of American-
Jewish foods to suit the most dis-
criminating taste. In addition to
I he dinners, which have earned
them a -plendid reputation, they
will serve dairy foods. The res-
taurant is under the same man-
agemenl as the well known St.
Regis Hotel at Fleiscbman's, New
i

A literary and social society
known as "The Group" is being
organized by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
. nuthoi and lecturer of Miami
Beach. Dr. Wolfson, who is
spending ids ninth consecutive win-
ter here, is widely known as a lec-
turer on the life and philosophy of
Benedict Spinoza, and a- the au-
thor of a "-ok entitled, "Spinoza
A Life il Ri., .hi."
lb-. Wolfson said that last win-
ter a number ei' informal literary
gatherings met with splendid re-
sponse. Bl idl lie lectUI oil
Spinoza, Charles II. l.ee gave
talks on astronomy, Mark II. Dix
described his experiences in Rus-
sia and Dr. Isaac Spectorsky lec-
tured on the great Frenchman,
Auguste Compte. Dr. Wolfson
. then Eore, 'bat thee is a
definite need among Miamian- and
their winter visitors for a perma-
nent literary and social group to
meet weekly for the purpose of
discussing literary topic- ami cur-
rent events, and with this in view-
lie has called a meeting for :; p. in.
Saturday at his home, 1051 Col-
lins ave., which will be open to all
those interested in becoming char-
ter members of this group.
An informal tea will follow the
meeting.

Miami Bection of the National
Council of .lewish Women is meet-
ing as we go to press al the home
of Mis. Daniel Cromer. The book
to be reviewed is "The Lust of
Life." by Irving Stone, ,.| wi
be discussed by Abo Aronovitz, \
special guest will he Senor Au_
guatin I'arla, inspector general of
aviation for Cuba.
The public Bpeaking and |
mentary law class .will meet at >
p. m. today at the home of M ~
Sydney L. Weintraub, I Tic, s \\
L2th st.
JACKSONVILLE NOTE
The Junior Daughters of
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.secretary were turned i i
F.dytlu Leibo, treasurer.
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Miami
Y. M. H. A.
Notes
A mac Hotel will be the
ii next affair that is to
New Year's Eve. A
b and entertainment
l^jnu arranged for your
ment. Reservations for only
will be accepted, due to
,e. Admission of only
,,;,!,. will be charged. For
,tions Indians barred call
gchlachman at 5-2688
,,, Miss Lillian Kalk at
TV women's group is bringing
.;,, around a bit early by its
icceptable donation of $60 to
..,:'. Division towards the
,- fund. If only we had
ibout 100 women's groups to re-
similar offers from it
wouldn't 1"' long before we had
m building. At their meet-
jn(t Tuesday Mrs. Harry Zuchcr-
udt offered a book revue of "Edna
(fife," of which Margaret
Aver Burn- is the author. In their
drive for new mem hers they are
fferlng a year's free membership
to the member obtaining the ureat-
rt number of new members.
Miss Ruth Davis was appointed
membership chairman, with Jean-
Si ligman, Hose Farkas and
Natalie Pallot as assistants. Mrs,
MRosenfeld will make you feel at
kome, as her job is hospitality
chairman.
Beatrice Silver, recently
: sponsor of the Junior I)i-
. presided at their meeting.
ng the election of officers.
elected to carry on the work
[the Junior Division for the year
are: Milton Wassman, re-
i president; Martin Wucher,
Mildred Zinn, re-
% secretary; Dorothy Davis,
iponding secretary; Nellie
re-elected treasurer, and
Satan, sergeant-at-arms. Con-
pitulations to all of you.
The Buy Scouts have been pro-
nicely, but would en-
arger membership, so if you
'' igster of 12 years of
lie will be welcomed
I. No finer American
n be instilled into a boy
at offered by the Boy
Meeting nights are
' i lay at the "Y" club-
tim 7:30.
" of the Y. M. II. A.
ketball pleas,, re-
! l:; Grossman or Mickey
"**' at I'lamingo Park, Miami
Sunday at > ,,. m. The
m-out su far has been encour-
*">' Following is a list of the
"to" that are out for the team.
Neil Kara, Harry
M'H I .liar. Heroic Frank,
jWBornstein and Lefty Schemer ,
" * found themselves short winded
hours' practice am
up.
Im- n:\visn II.ORIDIAN
Pape Seven
Speakers' table at the B'nai
B'rlth banquet Wednesday night at
the Hotel Evans. Reading from
left to right are: Rabbi and Mrs.
-Max Shapiro, Nathan A.lelman,
the local lodge,
and Mrs. Adelman; Hyman S. Ja-
cob*, first vice-president of the
District Grand Lodge; Isaac Levin,
president of the local lodge, and
Mi Levin; Congressman and Mrs. Mr. Sam Goldstein, member of the
i. Mark Wilcox. Others at the general committee of the District
speakers' table not in the picture Lodge, and Mrs. Goldstein.
Were Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob II. Kap-
lan. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Feibelman,
Beth David
Activity
Services will be held at the Beth
David Synagogue, 137 \. \V. Third
ave., Friday evening at 8:16. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will official.'. Can-
tor Nathan Wroobel will chant the
liturgic melodies and will be as-
sisted by the Beth David choir, un-
der the direction of Cantor I. Ka-
minsky. Rabbi Shapiro will speak
on the subject, "The National Con-
ference of .lews and ChristiansIs
It Permanent '.'"
Cantor I. Kaminsky, the well
known cantor and composer of li-
turgic melodies for the past fifty
years, will conduct the Beth David
choir and has announced that those
desiring to join the choir please
meet with him every Wednesday
evening at s o'clock.
Definite arrangements have been
made for a theater party by the
Juniors, that will be held Thursday,
. at the Capitol The-
The picture on that occa-
Aill be "The Girl Friend."
u evening prices prevailing,
ID i cent going to the cash
x of the Junior Division. Don't
d this show as it is a
lie picture.
licth David will sponsor its an-
nual Chanuka dinner on Sunday
evening, December 22nd, at 6:30
o'clock in Beth David Talmud To-
rah Hall. Admission will be one
dollar per plate. A Chanuka play
and concert will lx' presented with
children of the Sunday school par-
ticipating. Mrs. J. Engler is gen-
eral chairman, with Mesdames S.
C. Myers, S. Wcinkle, Sadyo Oli-
phant, Rena Newberg, Freda Mar-
kowitz, Many Cordon, Max Daur.,
Harry Streit, Jean Pallott, B. Kan-
del, Charles Abbott, Clara Grief
and M. Scheinberg assisting. Res-
ervations may be made with any
member of the committee or by
phoning 2-4723 or 3-3089. Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz will be toastmis-
tress and Mrs. Max Shapiro will
deliver the invocation.
that the periods of relative intol-
eran e were long ami severe; that
each religious group has been i
sponsible for some, none arc guilt-
less, Many pages of history make
i us sad and at times would induce
a feeling of hopelessness did not
splendid examples exisl of men
and women who brought the rela-
tion-hip of man to man to a high-
er plane."
In Miami, too, we have "splen
did examples of men and women"
Whose spirit of tolerance operates
as a .heck to the development of
sectarian hostility which would
otherwise run rampant m this fast
growing town. In this class the
clergy and the pre-- stand pre-
eminent.
l lur Jew- could help a lot by
setting a similar example among
themselves. Slandering one an-
other i- not only inimical to the
victims, but it tends to supply our
common detractors With a basis
for their inherent hatn d of all
Jews.
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Local History
By ISIDOR COHEN
i Continued from Page 1)
names in the papers.
The writer is a contributing
member of the National Confer-
ence of .lews and Chri-tians. whose
headquarters are at 289 Fourth
ave.. New York City. One of its
co-chairmen, Roger W. Strauss, in
an address recently at the Na-
tional Baptist Memorial Church.
Washington, D. C, said: "Reli
gious liberty is the barometer of
civilization. The reading of
tory impresses us with the fact,
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Page Eight
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
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"The Irish in Us," starting Sun-
Bl the Tivoli Theatre, is a
story of a typical New York Irish
family, a mother and three suns.
The boys are always iii a contin-
uous wrangle, l>ut with a deep love
for each other underneath. It is
filled with riotous comedy, tense
drama and pathos, and a most un-
usual romance.
.lames Cagncy, Pat O'Brien am
Frank McHugh, three Irish lads.
have the leading roles, while oth-
er- in the cast include Marj Gor-
don, Olivia ile Havilland, J. Far-
rell Maclionald, A! Hill and Thom-
- Jackson.
In "So Moi Lad th new-
loan Crawl I Montgomery
::i\ at the
Is. is played
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a i :. R
trained Craw
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Friday, December 13 ,,.
Society
Miami Jewish Womenlake Note
11 you are worried about the ad-
ditional avoirdupois, attend the
(tym classes in charge of Mrs. Hy-
mn I Hi each morning, beginning
at 9:30 o'clock, at ihe tennis court
at 1761 s. w. Fifteenth st.
We ....
and tea
W 1 8th, at
Am a Hotel, C ral Gables,
'. Mrs. Martin Raff wil
--. Mrs. R every
enjoyable
the aux-
ca fa woi k and
The pul
nd 1 resi vationa
Mrs, Raff
friends
: vancc
"Pidyon Hal en" of the in-
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Seminole Indian Village
OPEN ham ^ isn 61'ND \\
Cor. ISth Sl. .nil ISlh Ar.. N. W.
II \sn\| IDE \M \s GIFTS
Baakala. BMd Work, How. and Ar-
rowa, [a-a-To-aa, Alliraloi Bags, Hrli-
and Wall.1. i.ill. lhal arc unu.u.,1
arr al*a>* admirrd and apprrriatrd.
UTiiK WRESTLING Hot HI \
Dirartloaa. Driva ct on Klaclrr St.
la 2Tlh Af. and north on 27th Av.
to 16th St.. or takr an] Pel Hir* rar.
Honda Motor I inrv Krd Top Iiumi. or
lloat Marunhla at f'irr 6. 2 p. m.
supper was held Tuesday iKht .,
the home of Mr. and Mrs Wilii''
Clein with about sixty ,u,st5 ?
tending. Mrs. Terry St.-in. ^
tary of the Sisterhood of
Shel Ernes, was toastmistress. \
dresses were delivered by Dak)
Max Shapiro, Mr. Man,,,'] |
president of the Chevra KadigC
J. I.. Shochet, secretary 0f ^
Cemetery Association; Mr. \ [
bowitz, Mr. I. L. Mintzer, ',-,.'"I
dent of the Greater Miami JewjJ
Cemetery Association; Mrs. IskM
Cohen, president of the Sisterhood
of Chesed Shel Ernes; Mr, E. Gor-I
don, chairman of the Chevra Ka-
disha workers; Mr. M. Nissenbaun]
Rabbi B. D. Mindel, Mr,
Schwartz and Mr. A. Ja
tor l.ouis Ilayman sang a nuini."r[
of selections and led in the >mv\
ing of the Hatikvo. Mr. J
Feldman sang a Jewish folk sonel
Pleas for co-operation of the JeM
ry of Greater Miami in the worko'l
the organization were made
the evening.
A regular meeting of the \ 1
Pavid Congregation and Rabbi Da-1 Rabbi and Mrs. Washer were hosts Hebrew Social Club I
kin. Max Rai l. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob to members <>f their congregation next Tuesday evening al 8 o'cl \
Greei I i as the "Kohan- Congregation, Miami Beach. Fol- and a large number of friends at at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Conl
m".. at- lowing th( tional "Saudah," an informal reception. gregation, which all boys and giro]
ing. Among the gut sent Mr. Joseph < recited the from the age of 13 and U]
Ral Max S a B th final blessings. In the evening The annual "Chevra Kadisha" vited to attend.
11 -' -. M
^SBSitf.
ut the amtie mmanl\
kitchen. Her modern electric
'ange, refrigerator ami water
heater save her work and worry
viili automatic certainty.
See these modern electrical
appliances ami hosts of smaller
electrical jiifts in our show*
rooms or those of your favorite
dealer.