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The Jewish Floridian ( January 3, 1936 )

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*Jartsh flcridiian Qo^ lrihe j^^ (u MIAMI. KI.ORiiit L.,, €* /# fewi s h News Around the World rtt Szold (Jets Fraternity [Award for Jewish Service mburich (WNS)—The 1935 J of the Phi Kpsilon fratertio the person who contributed (significantly to the advancetof Jewry during the past year awarded to Miss Henrietta „ ;.i-yeai-old founder of Ha(ahand the outstanding Jewish of her time. The award Jvoted to Miss Szold at the fra:.. innual convention. The jBwho selected Miss Szold for fjward were Dr. I. M. Kubinow, Vary of the B'nai B'rith; Dr. Bon B. Freehof of CongregaLfiodef Shalom, Pittsburgh, and [.torn ISachar, national difcrof the Hillel Foundations. Lord Reading Dies at 75 jg^KLORlUA, .-HIDAY^ N, u,y ~.... Anglo-Jewish Press Is Praised ftni Dentsch Heads Federal Nursing Service IsUngton, D. c (WNS)—Dr. pi Deutsch, nationally known isb health expert and professBthe University of California, Ibwn appointed director of the ichealth nursing service of the Children's Bureau. Dr. Kh's new post puts her in t of the government's health k for needy children. London (WNS)—The whole British empire is mourning the death here of the Marquess of Reading, who was born as Rufus Daniel Isaacs in London 75 years ago, the son of a Jewish merchant, and who became the first man to be Viceroy of India, Lord Chief Justice and British ambassador to the United States. His death was not unexpected, as he had been ill since last October, when he suffered an attack of cardiac asthma. Shortly before Christmas he took sick again and his condition had given great concern. Gifted with one of the most brilZionists to Meet Sunday New York (WNS)-Expressing the thanks of the ORT and of himself to the Anglo-Jewish and Yiddish press of America THE WORLD'S WINDOW One of the most important meetings of the year will be held Sunday evening, January 5th, at 8 for its "' dotk at Beth D avid Talmud Tosplendid co-operation with the ''" h auditorium f r the formatioi' $500,000 American OKT campaign, Miami^ a?"?''! ^ GrCater n-vlH a ii iami. Kecent deve.opments in man If" i """' L?^ ***• ?£*" have awaken > worldman of the drive, thanks the Jewwide interest in the Zionist aceomish publishers or presenting the plishments, and local Jewry has f i u t0 large number 8hown a tron interest in the 15 %  VMI famUlea who mi iv< -' m vement Rabbi Morton M. Ber-1" %  waterman Wise and Jewisl UMU XlttUsh or Anglo-Jewish paman, associate rabbi of the Free conlmu "'sm drew a sharp reply not pers and declares that without Synagogue of New York, field diI o nly fr !" my friend and former %  would not rector of the Jewish Institute of (Talmid; they caused a small tu"Manifesto" By LUOWIO LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement on this copyright will be prosecuted. My recent sharp observations on James Waterman Wise and Jewish fiba Awards Medal to Dr. SeUgman (York (WNS) The do CosB Medal was presented here to \Um. 1!. A. Seligman, distinI Jewish economist and proi emeritus of political econ| Columbia University, by the I government in recognition i services as economic advijFtke Cuban Republic, .........— .. %  ., iuoiu our j "•'•" ucwun congress, ana promi' "imwism: i\ow comes my exorganization." In an open letter j nent Zionist, will be the principal cellent and able friend, Philip Kuto the Publishers entitled X Thnu sneiitnr M n„ x • Inn himsolf ....* .. o to the publishers entitled "A ThouI speaker. Mr. Harry I. Upton sand Thanks to You, Anglo-Jewish prominent attorney, who recently returned from a visit to Palestine, will tell of happenings in the Promised Land. Rabbi Max Shapiro will report on the recommendations of the nominating committee, following which election of ofhave been able to build up an unReligion, a member of the "admin* liantmindsof hisera, heranaway: d rSt A iln,li K; atliU 1< on the P art islra, '' committee of the Amerto sea as a boy, but returned to „_._ !" ?„ Can .. Wry t0ward our ,Can "f.^ 80 Congress, and promi England when his parents agreed to let him study law. Before the turn of the century he had become one of the greatest barristers in England, commanding fabulous retainers. He made his political debut in 1904, when he was elected to the House of Commons as a Lib. era! from Reading, elected successively When Lord Asquith became prime minister in 1910 Reading was given the post of attorney general. In the same year he was knighted. A year later he was appointed Lord Chief Justice, a post he retained until 1921. During the World War he was one of the most influential British diplomats, although not a member of the government. Prime Minister Lloyd George sent him to the United States as special ambassador to raise a loan of §.",00,000,000. It was at this time that he was raised to the peerage, taking the mult. "Reactionary!" The cry rose from the expected quarters. "Tool of capitalism!" Now comes my exand Yiddish Press," which appears on the front page of the current issue of the "American ORT Journal," Mr. Brown says that "as one who has bad much to do with fund-raising activities of many orVr^i'irStions I have always realized %  the power and strength of the Jewish press and have never failed to extend to them their share of credit. "I sometimes wonder, though," he says, "if the Jews in those cities that have an Anglo-Jewish newspaper appreciate their debt to it for the important part it plays in the American-Jewish scene. If one is interested In the Jewish news of the world, one must read the Jewish press, for it is well known that the secular press carries a minimum of Jewish News." bin, himself not a Communist, of the Philadelphia Jewish Times, and defends me handsomely. At the same time he insists (for my own good) that I descend from my "ivory tower" and take a stand, a party stand, a definite position toward the rough realities of life. tine. flfare Bureau |To Begin Drive wined that Greater Miami afforded the opportunity % in the work of the JewWare Bureau, plans for the "W to be conducted this year %  wmced by the committee !" l be in charge. Sholem MI B'rith, will be in of the membership cam*'"> Mr. Elry stone as He will be assisted by J J-Kopeloui,, as secretary r aac Levin, president of T he first meeting of 'W'n will be a dinner for Wt committee, to be held *)' evening, January 9th. Jtoark thc beginning of %  or largo contributions, !" t until January 20. \k,'u 2 (linnor win b campaign workers to "^nK .f the general %  wh lc h win last untn ift.'"; Dur !" g the week K f mpai n l^cheons Ihlatia) V, n Cach day at: |L *' Ko8, *r Restaurant ?,*£ will be given. The there occurred India's fight for independence. After his retirement as viceroy in 1920 he remained inactive in politics until 1981, when he was named foreign secretary in Ramsay MacDonald's national government. A move is now consent to the servile state, whatin on fool to raise a fund of $25,000, title Baron Reading of Erleigh. In On the death of his first wife, ths 1921 he succeeded Lord Chelmsformer Alice Cohen of New York, ford as Viceroy of India, a regal Reading married his secretary, ieic nis ianiny am position second only to that of the Miss Stella Charnaud, a Christian, his death recently. king. During his administration who was ;;:; years his junior, in on foot to raise a 1931. By his first marriage he had so that an endowment may be proone son, Viscount Erleigh, who is vided for his widow and daughters, married to the only daughter of Tel Aviv has undertaken to furnish the late Lord Melchett. Long an $12,500 of the amount and the Muadvocate of Anglo-German friendnicipal Council there recently votship, Lord Reading resigned the ed $2,500 toward Tel Aviv's quota. presidency of the Anglo-German The intention of the trustees is to house for $25,0011, SO rabbi's family ficers and directors for the ZionVt ry we "H will be useless. ist district will be held. There will Mass-Neuroses are abroad. The be no charges of any kind and flagellants do not operate with every Jew in Greater Miami is miml stuff. Nevertheless urged to attend. I am a liberal. I hope for the This will be the first of a series formation of a neo-liberal moveof meetings to acquaint the public nit 't. I am an uncompromising with actual conditions in Pales''"•"'"tariun and pacifist. I would be among the first batch of Americans to be liquidated by either a Fascist or a Communist dictatorship. G. P. U. or Gestapo would hate me with an equal fury. I will consent to no state which, holding itself to be the repository of absolute truth, rules by the liquidation (murder, famine, pogrom, proscription) of its oppoXo plea can justify the return of mankind to the servile state. For the servile state and Rabbi's Family In Distress Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) The benevolence and charities of the late Chief Rabbi Abraham Isaac Ba-Cohen Kook of Palestine, m '" ts who supported many poor families. left his family almost penniless on ernment. presiaency oi me Aagiu-ucruuui ouimuvu • %  .•= • Although he was always proud Association in 1933 as a protest purchase a house for S2 of his Jewishness, he took little agam.-t Nazi persecution of the that the late chief rabbi active interest in Jewish affairs. Jews. M v subsist on the rent. "Guess Who" Contest Do you want to have your boy or girl interested in current Jewish events Do you want him or her to learn to know and recognize the pictures of Jewish notables who are making Jewish history every day, and know c Get them shall publish the interested in The Jewish Floridian "Guess Who" Contest. Each week v •he Picture of a Jewish notable. Have your boy or girl identify the pi %  ; ,r„Twhi.h will be printed and write a letter on "Why This Man ture, fill in the coupon whieh will be printed and Famous The letter must not be longer than 100 words. .... boyTand girls, 17 years and under, who are register,, pupils at a Hebrew school, Each week we picIs The contest is limited to the state of Florida. the hands of the "Guess Who" Contest Editor 1 <* the "•4 Jew T mgn wi be ew the opportunity to religious school or Sunday school in 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 a prize will be awa number of winners and honorable mentions. Teachers may aid their pupils in identifying the pictures rded to the school having the highest ever its flag, avowed purpose, paper ideology—that is black reaction. My truth is unpopular today. Precisely that speaks for it. The needed truth is always unpopular. But I am not the only one that cleaves to it. Horace Meyer (fallen writes: "The inhabitants of Russia, the inhabitants of Italy and especially the inhabitants of Germany, live subject to a rule which ouId teach something of tyranny to the most heartless oriental potentate Russia is now a servile siate both Italy and Germany are servile states." Let me end hi re with a definition. Any political or economic order which entails the erection of the servile state is reactionary per se. It flings man back into the undifferentiated mass of pre-history. It brings back the herd and apotheosisos the oligarch. I shall not bow the knee to that Baal. You may. I now come to the farcical asects of this matter. I am acpused of beieng callous to social I injustice and human suffering. And those who accuse me are the inveterate defenders of the Russian servile state. Dare they deny that for every prisoner for conscience' sake in these states there are ten thousand in Russia'.' Dare they deny that the dissenter from this order always gets some kind of a day in court and sometimes many ? (Continued next week)



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Ja nuary 3, 193( "The Group," a body recently organized for the promotion of cultural activities in this area for both residents ami tourists, will hold iis regular session on Saturdaj. January h h, w ith Charles II. Lee, formerly associated with t!" astronomical department of Harvard l fni\ %  ity, as the gut • 1 er. He will speak on "i There Life in the Planets?" Fol lowing the address discussion will be encouraged. Preceding the adwill if Mesdames M. B. frank, Max Go ID :. iibloom. \\, dm dn> evening, January 22, : .'I a series ol dresf thi organization will listen bridge parties with the Jewish WeiCantor Teitelbaum will in the broadcast of the Metropol. Bu eau as the beneficiary will liturgical numbers and itan Opera Company's Saturday be held al Hotel Evans, .Miami congregational singing, performance. Following the adBen h, with Mesdames L. J. Hart/ n,is invited to attend. l-'i iday e\ ening services tonight will begin at the Miami Orthodox Congregation 15. Rabbi Julius will preach on "The ApEconomic Security. •hant ill' lead the The pubA social Sol Rotfort, 729 X. W. Eighteenth I '... 1 when Mis. Rotforl and Mrs. I.. .1. llaitz will he co-hostesses. Prizes will ho awarded for high at each table, and refreshments will he served. %  i 1 David Sisterhood is planning a congregational dinner for Sunday evening, January 2!'th, at Sen. E. Milton Altfeld, proni nent communal worker and J iafa leader of Maryland. s|l( nt !?' past week at the Col„ nv HoW Miami Beach. Accompanying hi-j were his sister and niece. Sen Altfeld is a former assistant stateattorney and served a long p,.^ 111 the Maryland senate. dieand discussion, refreshments :m d Sol Rotfort as tinhoi our will follow lie services, when Beth David Talmud Torah. full o'clock. Inwill In "Being .lews." Canter Malidividual prizes will he awarded for rice Maine-lies will chant the .-ervhigh scores at each table, with ten ices and lead the congregational major prizes to be given at large. singing. Saturday morning Rabbi An exceptionally pleasant afterDavid I. Rosenbloom will speak in noon is promised and the public is Yiddish on "Let Us Meet Again." urged to attend. Reservations may lii the afternoon he will lead the be made with the hostesses or by Ayin Yaakov .lass. calling the club, 2-11280. Synagogue, on Wednesday evening, January 15th, at 8 o'clock. Of Stephen S. Wise it may well be said that nothing human is foreign to him. He has taken an interest in everything that is for the welfare of America, and of the world. A magnetic speaker, a fine thinker and thorough scholar, he is enjoyed everywhere he speaks. Dr. Stephen S. Wise has been in this temple twice before and crowded the place. Those who wish to attend this lecture are advised to purchase their tickets in advance. They may be had at the Mark Store, Joseph's, Marcus Stationery store, or at the temple office. Members of Temple Israel and visitors to Miami will have the rare privilege of listening to a guest speaker, Rabbi Morton M. Berman, associate rabbi of the Free Synagogue. Rabbi Berman is director of field activities of the Rabbi .1. I.. Rosenbloom of Denver, Cob... a leader in the OrthoOne of the outstanding affairs do\ rabbinate of this country, will New dear's Eve was the annual arrive here late Monday to spend Hadassah event at the Floridian the season with his son and daughHotel, Miami Beach. More than Jewish Institute of Religion in New law. Rabbi and Mrs. David '-•"' couples attended and enjoyed York, an institution founded by 1. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Con' "•' -I'lcndid floor show that was Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Dr. Wise gregation, Miami Beach. presented. In charge of arrangewrote that Rabbi Berman is an ments for the Senior Hadassah eloquent speaker and a thorough Miss Edith E, Horowitz, daughwere Mesdames Sam Simonhoff, scholar. There will be no admister of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Horowitz, Barney Weinkle, Alex (Goldstein sion charge and the public is cor1500 Pennsylvania ave.. is hero n d Joseph Williamson. A beau* from Florida State College for tiful souvenir program was disWomen to spend the holidays with tributed by the organization as a her parents. memento of the affair. dially welcome. The subject of his lecture is ".lews by Chance or Choice." Beth Jacob sisterhood will be at a benefit card party for its Talmud Torah fund at the Al* amac Hotel, Miami Beach, TuesReady for the long trip that will teach into the far Canadian northwest, the Royal American Show-, ..-.< nd. Host< -%  'or the eveT tX/O-UI '-nd.. 1 'A... • .11 • Sun.-Mon.-1 ue.. .Ian. 5*6*7 Fredric March—Merle Oberon Herbert Marshall THK DARK ANGEL 7t>AVbNU€ Sun.-Mon.. Jan. .'••t> Bing Crosby—W. C. Fields Joan Bennett MISSISSIPPI 5 Ivia Heir. New York 1 nding the win:• 1 with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton. 2382 Alton road. Miami Beach. • • Mr. and Mrs. J. Lou 1 SI • E. Milton Altfeld %  Ma dinner last Monday %  q .00 MORRIS PLAN OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT At the MORRIS PLAN 4 Flaclcr St. Vincent R. Brice, Mr. vx V Serviricj -OFlorida's Finest American-Jewish. Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 446 COLLIN/ AVE. MIAMI BEACH fare Bureau will be held .Mar!; Store Monda of which will appear in our in \t issue. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Louis August on the birth of a baby son early Wednesday morning at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. The baby was the first child born in .Miami in 1986. The Bris will take place at the hospital next Wednesday morning. Mr. August is associated with his father and brotherin the August Bros. Bakery, and Mrs. August is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kohn of this city. The regular meeting of the I a dies' Auxiliary of the Jewii at the %  v afternoon, January 20th. Following the bod. ness session, a social hour will fob low, in charge of Mrs. Morris Dub* lor. Members and [, %  ;, n ,i. an urged to attend. Only l.i;,linen,Theatre in Miaal MIAMI PLAYHOUSE N. W. North River Driv,. ( | lr( | Openingof 10 Week.' >..,.,.„ January 6th at s :,1o P \| LAURETTE TAYLOR With the Manhattan Repertory Theatre Company in "AT MARIANS" m By I .mi. ii, Taylor Pricei 12.00 to 75c


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MdM. January 8, 1936 THE j EW isH FF.ORIDIAN 0Jewish nondian IXORJDA S ONLY .'EWLNH Wk£tLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2H73 Miami, Flu. EDITORIAL OFFICES! Bl S. W. 15th Avenue ^^^ Ke*a Tower BIdg. Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-11K3 J. LOUIS SHOCHKT, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative EL-du nn.l c-hiss mait.T .i.ily 4. l'.'sn at tht Port orfi.-,. at Miami, Florida < %  "'" under the Act of Marrh 3. 187. "^ST PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative WKST p.M.M BEACH S. SCHUTZER Representative Strictly Confidential Page Tim e Tlllllil From Everywhere B J PHIX1 \v .,. BIR0N transatlantic B d n ... i.rilli f, LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By LOUIS PEKARSKY Gertrude Berg, if you know Thai Ma> Interest You "tabeer I^uTb'th? author a oi one o£ the lead branch in P an I, H %  P opular, fascinati a, *".>" %  • 5 y entertaining eria piayi is in of Glass thai extremely and delight..ial program busthat holds millions of radio listenDr. Otl i %  rerywhere tense with Int. al before their receivers on Wednes%  Us Angeles Philday night. Rumors thai the stuORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. II. K1SLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Months — One Year _....tl.0 2.0 FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1936 Vol. 9—No. 1 The Anglo-Jewish Press the Jews, imoving the headquarters of his Revisionist party from Paris to London ''''> 'he P %  Nazi diplomats tin orders from been sentenced hermits because they must govern ulpture by the Carnegie Corporation in honor of his part in commemorating the centenary of Ancer ami others who arc bedridden with incurable diseases and have no relatives or friends who Nazi iliiil..mT.: iciauvcs or menus who are n X ;,;,;.' llvu Kie K,em m a < ^ %  • !" >provide wa,. !" to liv .11 v, f Tv" 'T" ^ """' Ul """ f i,,Ul Wh0 aM "" %  •* f the ..'„', l New York Philharmonic-SymMount Sinai Home for Chronic InD. Brandeis Italian Jews in ous ( ,ff,-rs, because" she In too enPalestine are falling all over themgassed in radio, and anyway, she inenl in the film industry, including some of the biggest men in the (Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) selves to show their loyalty to II doea not want „, g0 l( Hollywood, business in Hollywood. Duce by donating wedding rings That is how Gertrude Berg's press Although the Anglo Jewish press continually furthers and other jewelry to the Italian representative says she feels about every constructive Jewish movement, it is a fact that it selwai fund Vienna Nazis now dom receives credit for the part it plays in the American greet each other with "Heil s. lasJewish scene More often it is criticized for its limitations. ie" because the Austrian governreal or imagined, despite the fact that these limitations are ment has tabooed the "Heil Hitimposed upon it by the handicap of insufficient support from l' business. Ihe local Jewish communities served. It is, therefore, worthy | of note that the current issue of the American OUT Journal. j We're Telling You published a front page open letter from David A. Brown. •lames t;. McDonald, who has chairman of the American OKT's $500,000 campaign, thankjust resigned as refugee high corntag the Anglo-Jewish press for its co-operation with the ORT missioner, will probably become extampaign, lauding "the power and strength of the Jewish eeutive editor of the New York press" and deploring the fact that Jews in cities that have Times PLAIN TALK By A I. SEGAL I have recently seen close-up eviitroll on a Berlin boulebard of Na/.i character. I did not Einstein strasse named for the igry at it. great Jewish philosopher, stop with yic:v- dim uc|Jlifl 11114 llIC Ittl-i 111*11 Jin.i III *.inv.-. uiai u.i.v L : HiiKij at it. gicui iii-rtiMi |iiiniiMiiPiivr, siuji WILII an Anglo-Jewish paper do not always appreciate "their debt swell time on the boat c miing back | ,,.[, ra ther a 1 do when I look veneration before the colossal Einto it for the important part it plays in the American Jewish scene. As a veteran in Jewish communal life Mr. Brown has to this country until her fellow .,, human mi nstrosities in a circus stein monument which the Germans Jewish passengers d hei j,i,,„ii,, u i turn with something have erected by then, go to visit identity Then she was besieged ,,,h orro r, something of disgust, Einstein's house, of which the touched a sore point in Jewish life. Too manv Jewish comand had to run from a barrage oi something of pity from Zip, the Germans will have made a national munities take their Anglo-Jewish publications for granted, kisses, hugs and other anno...,-, head ,„„. i;ik .,,,,,. expecting service and co-operation without offering anything ,,... K u ..i..,u u..u„, %  Mrs. Rebekah Kohut is con[ ducting her communal activities in return All Jewish leaders ought to manifest the same appreciation of the value of the Anglo-Jewish press that Mr. ^ m a i iiom iM M( sin;11 Hos Brown does, for the Anglo-Jewish press is unquestionably i !a| wh(|( s)|( ja ,. i (1 ,„ Ullh ., a key force in American JewryIt is time its service was recognized. Too often, however, one finds that not only is the AngloJewish local publication not appreciated, but that where such a paper has become established through long years of continuous publication, Jewish leaders who are in business patronize non-Jewish weeklies and ofttimes even those which are anti-Jewish in attitude and action to the exclusion of their own paper which serves the very institutions that these leaders head. Perhaps much of this is due to the fact that some socalled Jewish weeklies have sprung up for no cause at all 20tn ,,„, Aim-man broken leg And the reason Rabbi Samuel Goldenson of Ni York's Temple Emanu-EI I heard from lately is that he's not well • • American Jewish women will soon have a magazine all to then %  .... It'll be called %  %  %  •-. "... Emma B irld's I' greatest Ji wish o] i a w jU ,, earnings from her Town Hall concert on January It iuseless to argue with Zip count of being immortal and paaliout the matter, to saj to him, tient) is enabled to Bee justice your head is all wrong. Why again in the fullness of time, doesn't it behave like other human Aye, more: in a hundred years which are round and give no Jews in Germany will celebrate uffen %  Hitler I'urim to commemorate Despite my disgust, 1 must retheir deliverance, they will read a gard Zip as an interesting BpeciHitler Meghillo, they will probmen, like the two-headed calf, like ably eat Hitler cake even as now irl born without legs, like Nazi they remember Hainan by HamanGermans. With Nazi Germans there taschen. A Jew, hastening to the is no more use to dispute their synagogue on Hitler I'urim, will abnormalities than to scold Zip, the catch in his eye a speck of dust two-headed calf and the legless which irritates him. This is a thers. gill for not being like o ( oiiiniltlec .... ,i Nazi character, as have Anglo-Jewish papers who are serving their people are not discouraged in the least and should not be. The service tney render Jews and the Jewish cause perhaps is recompense for the mistreatment they receive. Brodit Honored by Jewish Fraternity .lew *h Team Retains College Chess Title St Louis (WNS)—In recognition of ti'ill to develop fctmizes *i Dr. Maurice Brodie, professor championship for the second "bacteriology at New York Unicessive year with a game score of • awarded the Sigma 19 to B. The all-Jewish team of *'Pha Mu fraternity's annual New York University finished secaward f '" achievement among its ond with a game score of 17 to 7. Imbe Dr. Brodie, who is a The team representing Yeshiva Politically Speaking All rumors to thi %  *landing, David T. Wilentz, \,.w Jersey's attroney general, will not resign to run for govi igh Dave might like to make the run, his resignation would dis "'an Jew, is a member of the 'vei-sity (Montreal) Canadi Mc Gill Uni *Pter of the fraternity, which 'd its here. 2<;th annual convention College ended in sixth place, winning five games and losing 19. Members of the City College team were Morton Hamermesh, Max I'av-ey, Jacob Soudakoff, Robert Scher and Tobias Stone. i;U 'T : )0, '^Z^Z A hundred years! lucrative jobs ... The Aiml lean Federation of Labor is booming Benjamin Goldstein of Chicago for ., vacancy on the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals • MM D. Steuer, the eminent lawyer, gave big enemies a big laugh recently when he appeared as a witness in his suit to recover a ?150,000 fee from one of his clients grain of dust blown from Hitler's grave. Hitler's dust! All that's left of Hitler! Now from Erfurt In Germany there issues a Nazi anti-Semitic mimeographed leaflet, entitled "World Service" which, according My experience of Nazi character to its preface, is to be "passed derives from an article printed in from hand to hand amongst Gcnthis column last September entitled tiles." •The Advantage of Being an Im"The principal aim," says mortal." In this I said that there "World Service." "is to enlighten is a certain comfort for the Jew informed Gentiles, irrespective of in that he is a fellow who lives the state or country to which they forever. ma y belong. These information -beets which deal with the machinations of the Jewish underworld, form accordingly a necessary part of the intellectual armor of every Gentile." (Continued on Page 1) now he may Famous for his badgering of witnesses, Bronx This school, which is Steuer was reported to have named for the late president of the squirmed under cross-examination Amer j can Federation, had some of ... The Ku Klux Klan is showing jl; ek ( tl ic fixtures installed by signs of life again ... It sounds funny, but the electrical union is picketing the new Samuel Gompers Industrial High School in the non-union labor. (Copyright, 1086, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 3, 1935 MIAMI NOTES By MARIO S< II\\ VRTZ The V. M. II. A. Cinished an active year and began a more succi fill one New Year'i Eve at the dinner and (lame al the Palm and drill rooms of the A lama, Hotel. [lancing Btarted ;ii lii o'clock with two orchestras. The floor show, undei 1 he dire) ; v. tarted at 10::10. At 11 ::t() of the dining nt'd before a mad Schlaeh1 sang yne" amid the tumuli of the welcoming of the New \ Milton A. Friedman, chairman welcomed the 1100 1 if the ""> %  Al u 1 re umed two rooms, plus an addi \ i 'oil 1 iur Ni v. fair, M1. and M rs. Mr. and M i r and Mr. and Mrs. I %  Be rle' I'llil, tied : • Y" %  • inucd suc1 %  •\ tain funds for the "i Id I %  C8 for at a table in th of the jll-t 1118 couples, vsho ai ted as I houj : were just married and excha confide ill e\ ning with such is expressions as "Baby," "Momma," "Da da," "Hawney." Mayor Snedigar of Miami Beach dropped in to say hello over the loud speaker and welcomed the "V" to Miami Beach. Symphony Will Star Elman in First Concert The first of a series of twelve Monday evening concerts featuring the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, led by H' well known conductor, Arnold Volpe, ami the University of Miami Symphonic Band, led by Walter Sheaf tVr. will be held on Monday evening, January 13th, at the Miami Senior High School. The guest artist will be the world famous > iolinist, Mischa Elman. On January Helen Flanagan, dramatic so prano will be guesl artist; on February 3rd Abraham fhaisins. composer pianist, will be guesl artist, With Charles Staltmau. flutist, appearing on February 10th; on h'ehruar) 24th the well known i-r (Ihoir w ill he fi a : Percy (iraingi r, pi will appear on March 2ml; Ji Lhevinn pianist, will be heard on March Ifith and Sam Head, trombonist, on 23rd. Hannah A iher, loi al pianiste, who ran : ed much acclaim in the ,vorld, will !"• the artist on April Cth, to be followed bj Evelj u flagman Jones on April 1 Szitas on April 27th h(. Univi


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lV January WM 111 • JEWISH FLORIDIAN Tampa Notes \, a nv guests from oat of town !" d the Chanukah .lance at f Sung Men's Hebrew AsaociaSitar 26th, at the asso' '. hiiildintr. Visitors were I t C ,d StPeter.br,Uke. p City and Sarasota, in dl guests. Thl Ma tiona] Council of Jewish ,,,..,„ Won* n sponsored an invi1„ dance on Sunday afternoon -, to 8 o'clock. The affair rV-n *e Villa del Rio. „;,,:.-,for the afternoon were V Misses Clarice Steinberg, JL G %  Shirley Essrig, F '. th ,r Jenkins, Dona Peckett, I Florence Abramoomon, Doris Magid, Mickey Lubetsky ick. Cohen and her Ima, have returned it i,, Baltimore with relM,,. Mm Liebman, daughter and Mrs. Isidore Liebman, the Christmas vaca•i. her parents. Arnold Kol i r has returned from itj of Pennsylvania to olidays with his parMr. and Mi Meyer Kotler. and Mrs. Charles Lob spent he city with -Mrs. :. and Ml-. JOSepfl j left to go to %  e they will make a wedding trip uda. Mi. Aa Barasch of Rochespending the winter in Tampa. Five STATEWIDE NEWS Orlando Notes Mr. 1. D. Rosenthal, brother of Alderman Rosenthal, has been ap%  t ant to City Engineer Cason. During the past .' Rosenthal was in charge of the FERA rural sanitation project. He i a graduate in engineer. : the University of Florida i gome time was employed in the United Stales engineer's office in Wheeling, W. Va. Miss Evelyn Scadron, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. M. Scadron, and Mr. David L. Hutkin of New Orleans were married December 28th at the home of the bride's parents by Rabbi David Zielonka. Only a fen close friends and relatives were present. After the ceremony a buffet supper was served. During the enini{ Mr. and Mrs. Hutkin left V motor for New Orleans, where 'hey will live. TAMPA Y. M. H. A. A senior basketball team is now •*"!(? formed, which will be cached by Dr. L. N. Marcus. A men's volleyball team has been organized and will meet for prac'"* on Sunday mornings at 10 oock and „ n Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 5.30 Pm. The women's gym class meets *Wy Wednesday evening at 7:30 Prig and 8:30 for women. The "' includes basketball, volley. 'Calisthenics, reducing and tap "Slicing. for! m! ur tournament is being "M which is intended to start !" Sunday. All members in good "W""? Will be eligible to enter. Tl "Co-Ed" Club meets every Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz entertained at dinner at the Orange Colonial Court Hotel last Thursday, honoring Miss Ruth Wolly and her fiance, Mr. Philip Friedman of New Brunswick, N. J, The honoree was presented with a beautiful gold vanity set. Bridge followed dinner. Prizes were won by Mrs". Ily Roth, Mrs. Sol Wittenstein and Mis. Dave II ill man. Beat i ice I teiberman of the University of Alabama ivisiting her parents during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. S. Ba< c of New York are visiting their son and daughter, Mr. and Mr Gu Baer, for the winter. St. Petersburg Notes Cong. B'l Israel, A. feld, rabbi, will havi I %  ning day mori sion of the Prophel Friday night sub Szold, founder of Hada ah. read the following the i Sabbath services I Margoli addi ed the congregahis subject, Alivah." 1 id w itfa a prayer by Miss Mollie Mizrahi, presiof Junior Hadassah, after '• %  v which the congregation was served Jacksonville NPWJ in tea wew uviiouiivuu, 11CW& Mrs, I. Witten and Mrs. Ben Chep... members ol Senior Hadassah and Eli Hostesses nine; were party Mrs. I.. Bucholtz, Mrs. Marx Ba. William Silverman, Mrs. pnik, Mrs. I. Witten and Mrs. Abe Cooper. Acting as ush........ ,;.... I : issisting in serving were .Mrs. l. Coplon left for Birmingham, Ala., this week to visit relative--. She will be joined by hei daughter, Hilda, student at the University of Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Suckman and family of New York arrived in Orlando to spend the winter .Mr.-. Herman Behr and sons, Norman and Sam Allen, of Talla dega, Ala., have been house (.!' Mr. Bohr's brother, Ben Aii! stein, and Mrs. Arnstein for oral days. Mrs. 15. Ebenstein and daughters Of New York are the guesl of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bonimsi Mrs. E. I.evine and -Mrs. P. Willner of New Brunswick, N. J., sister., of Mr. Philip Preidman, arrived Saturday in Orlando to visit Mr. Lou Wolly and family. Mi.-s Edith Levin of Jackson villa is the guest of Missis Dorothy Baker and Pearl Safer over the holidays. The i of Mr. J. \ attendi II. ':. Ml Mi's. > Ral i at the ipal lew as a Citizen." I 22nd, R %  | • Sea.'. ill." West Palm Beach Notes local "i mg J I %  held their regular meetii Bernice Schutzer, 120 I All the officers and many atti %  I ance were discussed. A ial hour was %  the meetii of Junior Hadassah, l %  lia Kline, K il Bandri•'''• anmcr, Etta Bucholtz, Esthei B ia -Mizrahi and Mamie DaB s was the New Eve dame and dinner in the B n Chepnick was chairnt. The hu e balli i was a aul %  nery and bright colored in : u.-cd to advantage. Working on the committee with pnick were Mrs. Ira Stein, D. Hani-. Mrs. A. • I. B or, Mrs. S. La Chanukah Mrs. N'at Cohen, Mrs. A. Safer, Irs. Isa Mo o\ itz, Mrs. I.. I. Mr. Hugo Gold, who spenl eral weeks in St. I d to his home in P Miss Henrietta Harris of Paterson, N. J., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Harris. Mrs. B. Safer left Tuesday for Jacksonville to visit her family. Messrs. Sam Abramovitz and Joe Miller of Lakeland spent New Year's in Orlando. Mr. Morris Solomon of Miami spent the week-end in Orlando visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Solomon. Monday evening under the direction of Mrs. Harry Cohen. The Misses Gladys Milchman and Helen Haimovit are sponsors for the Juniorf Girls' Club, which meets every Friday afternoon. Scoutmaster Harry Kotler takes charge of troop 14, which meets every Wednesday evening. AH boys 12 years of age and up are invited to join. The dramatic group will resume '.heir rehearsal meetings every Sunday afternoon and Thursday evening after the first of the year. The Misses Lillian an I Rosata Have, who are visiting theii tcr and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. [rving Moss on Thirty-fourth Bt., -pent the New Veal'.holiday visiting with friends In Miami. Miss Rose Goodmark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. (ioodmark of this city, a Miami High school teacher, is spending the Sew Year's holiday vacation in < uba, making the trip by airplane from Miami last Tuesday. Mr. Abe Dobrow and Mi Kahn Of Pahokee were visitors in town one day last week. Palm Beach lodge No. 1146, B'nai B'rith, met last Monday evening at the home of Mr. Sam A. Goldstein, 429 Thirtieth si. Many important local lodge matters were discussed and transacted. Important communications from B B'rith headquarters were read and given wide discussion. Delicious refreshments were served after the meeting. Temple Beth Israel will hold services tonight at 8:80 at the Temple on Broward ave., with Dr. Car | \. Herman officiating, assisted by the Temple choir. Dr. „,.,,„;,„ w iH also lecture during the services. a I n K VIrs. R K i %  • was IJ of al i -. M. II. Rosen. Mi s. J. f the I \U -. A. Leon ShaI Di iusins M. 11. MargoI As is thi in at such festive occasioi who were mate were remembered end a silvi taken j ielded a nice sum. which will go towards the aid fund of the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society. Mrs. I. V II. Zim>Irs. I. Merlin, Mi -. T. I Mrs. Jai k Landau and Mrs. A. Selber and Mi J. Bloom. W, Zacharias announced ement of his daughter, \ i\ i:.ii Fox, to Harold I 'avis Nirsch of Atlanta, (la., the wedding to take place some time in the early summer. Miss Fox i.the daughter of the Percy W. Zacharias (Rae i. and a granddaughter of* ate Jacob E. Cohen, who was one of Jacksonville's pioneer merchants and outstanding citizens, and -he ia niece of Halle Cohen Mr Hirsch is the youngest son of Mrs. Mathilda Hirsch and the late J. N. Hirsch, Ol f Atlanta's inns', prominent and beloved citizen-. The marriage of Miss Fannye HorovitZ, daughter of Mrs. Dora Attending the class and enjoying Horovitz., to Dr. Joseph Rose took .-ning with the hosts were: place Thursday, Decemcbcr 2fith, Rabbi M. ". Margolis, Mrs. M. in the home of the bride's mother Kress, Mrs. M. Rosenvaig, Mr. and on Talbot st., the impressive cereMrs. \ Nabin, Mr. and Mrs. J. mony being performed by Rabbi M. Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Have BlattMargolis and Rabbi I. Kaplan. ner, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Slott, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Have Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. S. L Blattner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe G berg, Mrs. L Wolfson, Miss Soloff, M. Scheinbaum, M. Hammerman, (•Leonard Rosenvaig and Sheldon M. Blattner. Honoring his daughter, Miss Marie Vivian Fox, whose engagement to Harold D. Hirsch of Atlanta, Ga., was announced on Christinas day. IVrcy W. Zacharias entertained with a dunce and breakfast in the Mayflower Hotel last week. Abe Horovitz, brother of the bride, served as best man. Among the out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mrs. Baron of Hackensack, N. J., Mrs. L. Richardson of Miami, Mrs. B. Wcitz of Hendersonville,'N. C, Mrs. H. Horovitz of Savannah. Rabbi Morris D. Margolis dedicated the services Friday evening in t ) u Center Synagogue to Hadassah Sabbath to honor Miss HenMiss Ethel Kushner, a popular bride-elect, was honored last week with a delightful bridge party and miscellaneous shower given in the I'artj House by Mrs. F. Haimovitz. The rooms where bridge was played were decorated with seasonal greens and flowers. Alter several progressions of bridge, prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. B. Weinstein, Miss Rachel Rothstein, Mrs. B. B. Yoffec, Mrs. Al Weiss, Mrs. L. M. Goldberg, Mrs. E. Becker. Mrs. II. Schemer, MiEdith Herman. Miss Eunice Davis and Miss Mollie Mizrahi. Sandwiches, cakes, candies and Coffee were served following the Congregation Beth El will hold vs ,1ns %  veiling at the synagogue on Fern st., with Rabbi Is%  et W. Muskat in charge, assisted i:,.;, Jos. Male, who will chant| presentation of g.fts to the honin Hebrew. oree, I,



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Page six Till'. JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 3 ( (go. BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. .1 VCOB li. KAPL \X Rabbi o i. Kaplan. The opening prayer RELIGIO US SERVICES Q ,„ lbly WB1 ,,,„, by Mu i i< \. ufi Id. Servi(. ei %  Regular Friday night services, by Irving Rubin and closing prayTemple Israel, 137 N. E. Nine, Dv Elaine Feldman. tocnth >i.. at 8:15 o'clock. ServThe first meeting of the year GENERAL icea will be conducted by Dr. Jacob ,.,,|,.. Religious School board will 11. Kaplan. be Wednesday evening, January ,, .,. i. i i 4 Mb. from s to ;' o'clock, and Members of l.iiiplo Israel and visitors ... Miami will have the *"* !" meet,n he ** me eve rare privilege of listening to a ""' L from : "' oc,ock guest speaker, Rabbi Morton M. Iiorman, associate rabbi of the Free Synagogue. Rabbi Barman is
  • ni] le Sisterhood, Students. There • oiil '"-' i" attendance and itful family af,.; by everyone pi nts wiio bring their children • unday morning and like to spend a pleasant moinii g al the temple, are welon % %  visit Dr. Kaplan's class in •Mi Jewish Problems." .aand patronesses of the wen : Mr. and Mrs. 11. U. I Iman, Mr. and Mrs. 1. .1. Apte, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Geist, Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Schoenberg, Mr. and Mrs, .1. X. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Simpson, Mr. and M'-. Leo Stein, Mr. and Mrs. II. Wall, I Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Slote. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weisel and Judge and Mrs. Ben Marvin. The committee was: Mrs. Hannah Spiro Asher, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Gordon Da. vis, Mrs. M. Plant, Mrs. Louis Zeientz, Mrs. Maxwell Hyman and Mrs. .Jacob II. Kaplan. where, we are Americans by m tionality, and Jews by religion We even went so far as to say that everybody who acknowledges h daism as his religion thereby be" comes a Jew. The difficulty arises ,„ 0 The .lews have problems that contemplates, as example, a JM i be thought through and w ho joins a Chi g c | en helped to a solution by all those!church or any other church. W who can think and work and smile. may gay ] u | g ,„, i,,,,,,,.. g Judaism itself is undergoing but the non-Jews and Think, Work And Smile To all the readers of The Jewish Floridian, a Happy New year, that ai comparable only often B] ak of him still B changi that are taking Or take the Russian Jew place in the economic life of the be frlad or -ad that tl world. allowed to profesi ai Take the very terms. "Jew" and Are they Jews? They are "Judaism." No one has as yet a [ged a strip of land of clear idea as to who is a Jew, nor have any number of people agreed own to form a Jewish republic, Why a "Jewish Republic" if they have no religion? Or take those who believe neither in religion nor in SISTKRHOOD The next meeting of the Temple Sisterhood will be held on Monday, The Sabbath dinner (riven last j anuary 6th, in Kaplan Hall, at Friday night in honor of Rabbi 2 :80 o'clock, with Mrs. I. Levin with any number of others as to just what Judaism is. The modern liberal movement in a Jewish nationality, but claim that they belong to the Jewish race. Are they Jews? Is a Nordic who believes in Judaism a Jew? Is one a Jew because he believes in Judaism ? Or because he believes in Zionism, that is Jewish nationality? Or because he believes in a Jewish race? And what kind of Judaism must he believe in? These are some of the question one must be prepared to answer in the modern world in order to know who is a JEW. To be continued next week. Meanwhile, please Think, Work and Smile. JACOB H. KAPLAN', Ph. D. Judaism has or rather had a clear idea what a Jew is, or who is a few. But that is not so clear now. We had logically formulated: "A Jew is one who believes in Judaism," that is to say, a Jew is one who believes in the RELIGION of the Jew. This is quite clear, simple, and has worked for a while. We Reform Jews lived and died by that explanation of the Jew. If a man does not believe in the Jewish religion, and probably shows it by not joining a congregation, he is not a Jew. We were asked many questions about citizenship even by Napoleon, and the answer was everycharge, in the rabbi's study. Tin dinner was catered bv Mr. wi P* ak "" The Influence of A luncheon in honor of Dr. Baron of the William Penn Hotel Early Training on the Child." Mrs. Stephen S. Wise will be held either and the service was perfect. There Larry Fay will be heard in a group the day of thi address or thi day were over 200 people present. Mr. "' on 8after, depending on the time Dr. Herbert U. Feibelman, president rhe next illla,r '" th • s,sU ''". Wise will have. A meeting to be of the Temple, acted as toastmash "'"' wil1 '"' a complimentary = addressed by Mrs. Wise will be ter in his most inimitably genial k 1 1 """ 1 bridge, to be given by held some time during their stay way. There were present Mr. Day Sears. Roebuck & Co. on Tuesday, Definite announcements later. J. Apte, Mr. Feibelman and Mr. %  '•'""•' I '>' fth, at l p. m., in the • regular monthly board Mendelson of New Orleans, the ;:l ilU,ni "" of the 8tore -, ReBer meeting of th ti m] le will take three men who cam, to Cincinnati v tions may be made with Mrs. pace Tue-day evening, January 7. to engage Dr. Kaplan for this poSamuel Katz 'ban-man. or Mrs. Each oui wa called on to R-Miles, also at the Temple office ,,..,,. k in the mornings. Price of admission i35 cents. The luncheon will begin at I p. ii'. and will be followed by a fashion show in which members of the sisterhood will participate. The week ago was : this >un' % % % %  • iternood, but Mr. ., ... .... ,, ,,. .lire will follow. A special prize H.HIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMnillli'MIIIIIIIII 120S S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546 The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables rilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllll.= RELIC-IOUS SCHOOL 0 Mrs. I. Levin, president of the a fi w well chosen uoid-. presented Dr. Kaplan with Hanukkah play present wrist watch. It was to be day morning for the benefit of and Mrs. Richter insisted on a children who wen i the gift themselves. Dr. It was delightfully Kaplan was overwhelmed with the an i ai tist ii all) n ted ] atl wn him. and sa i i ank that without the Sisterhood the \. i'. :' were: 1 Shirli Levy. Na: %  ar, Aronovitz, Teddy Plant, hi Davis and J : Pearlman. tak< thi t in 1 thdays The W i !ro. committi %  '.. k Metzger and Dr. Ja f Mr. R Mrs, Mai %  will be awarded. N. E. FIRST STREET AT MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 3-2121 THE MARK STORE ONE OF FLORIDA'S FINE DEPARTMENT STORES ASK YOUR RABBI! Inquire of Youi Doctor! When You Need a Mohel They Will Be Sure to I: 'ommend RABBI 15. I). MINDEL Recognized as Greater Miami's Leading Mohel Phones 2-8760-3-2270 GOLDSTEIN & GILBERT RESTAURANT 148 Collin* AT*. —Miami lleurh Also Baratofa Spring, New York A„„„nc RE-OPENING 1 he MRS. ROSE GOLDSTEIN in Person Of Their DINING KOO.M For the 12th Consecutive Season in MIAMI and MIAMI BEACH $1 .00 Banquet Dinner $ 1 12 PULL COURSES .. DINNER CONSISTS (il TURKEY—DUCK—WHOLE SQUAB BROILERSSTEAKS AND CHOI'S Al.so 6-COURSE LUNCHEON, 50c nr-jar THRILLING The MARK Store and its Employees wish the residents and visitors of Greater Miami a very Happy New Year. SeeThc MyK" • BEST DOGS • FINEST TRACK BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB N. E. 2nd Avenue at 115th Street DOUBLE 1st and 'trd Races QUINIBLAS Every Race



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    THEJEWISII FI.ORiniAN eeting <>f the Cheaed EfJSS. Ja-ry 6th, at K "-"• T i,,,m "' tlfwhen important business Tfttnsacted. Mr., laido; I"!n u„fl all who have cast-oil C *" desire to help the E hood to contribI rummage store r hoodat562 I T • Ernes will spon. theN T„^ tSffl.dav evenmg, January Kb when prises will be awarded CTrefreshments served Mrs. D. &er is chairman of the comtw arranging this affair. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Stein, 144C Ibdid ave., Miami Beach, have as barguesti >'">• J CK 8tein I, relent at Johns Hopkins Uni| ttrs uy Baltimore! Melvin Stein,, Lent at Philadelphia Textile Lino]; Ben Wolfe, who attends bCollege of New York, and Sid ,ldstein. a Btudent at Brooklyn I CollV• Cadet Richard S. Weinjrarten, Indent in New York Military lAcademy. accompanied by his fa-1 Jther, Saul A. Weingarten, and Col. C Dnshkind of New York arLved this week to spend New| ITW'J with Cadet Weingarten's kdmother, Mrs. David Weiner, lit 1760 Lenox ave. • • Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall of liii X. E. Twenty-fifth st., anliouncc the engagement of their Itachtcr, Miss Cecile Wall, to AlIfnd G. Burjter of New York City. Miss Wall was graduated from Itahtr College and is now a stuIdent at the Julliard School of Mu[sii. Mr. Burger attended the UniIttrsity of Florida, and was gradInted from the Fordham Univer| i department. Mr. and Mrs. Wall entertained |Sonday at a reception from 3 to 6 p. m., at their home. Friends of the bride-elect and |sts attended. • • Dr. and Mrs. Max Ghertler enItertained at dinner Friday evening %  it their home in honor of Dr. and |Hrs. William hinder of New llork. whii are moving to Miami to |'-fi'ie. The table was appointed with a Ismter arrangement of roses en|wcled with four tapers in holders. Other guests were Dr. and Mrs. |Jhn Under, Judge and Mrs. Benl.win Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Sydm L. Weintraub, Dr. Hamilton |tok, Dr. Isador Seff and Dr. Rob| Williams. • The Miami Playhouse will open j January 6th with a brilliant last of player-. I The first play to be presented is t Marian's," a new comedy writ* ' ne th *t "rill an that "' : ana aa well -..i, •, bpite the rival attraction of • taining by Mis. Xorma Si. greyhound theOrange Bowl football game, son and Mis, Sally Goodk t has ever 1 „, | nct |Trfcal lark on New Year's Day A avenger hunt and ol mes '" ftu countr ysa-a crowd estimated B | more were enioved iim-i,,., *i. T th, eighteen thousand enjoy the a buffet^suptrwa^emd Am2 *£%£??*"* thiinK finishes of the day's those present .. *£* TA?' rafc The high mark for the parn,. Sally G Ikov ._.„ thl w \' £.'•" /* maela was reached when more Benne, Fu.tz, Bobby ,, vin J^^FtTSlZ 1 th two hundred thousand dollars Barbara Uuis, I. breeding what £ey ,.,'X r £ P-l through the window, and sephine Levin. So Norm, dogs a Slack SS !l 1^ w. wagered on the results. OfSimpson, Phi. KapJan. Janice Ma-hey said that„... th ££ thn t.ls ol the track who were opgid, Sonny Zimmerman, Norman .hey had been racing ,. vh ,m tiltic as to the advantages of Fink, M.Urice Fink, Hose 1-arrak, or breeding the, h, I v hi aaarly start of the season this Raymond Webb, Henrietta Webb, .> %  on any' track or* > %  are mure than satisfied with Raymond Kutner, Ida Engler, Mrs. place the great number of ITS th-esults so far. having handled Suly. G, R Mr. and Mrs. Hartopnotch greyhounds as there iai na than twenty per cent more rj Zukernik, Miss Irene Farr, .Mrs. the B -nan,this year owh Hugh the mutuela this year deM. Koven, Wait,., Bellinby and M. you want the beat jut'am out to sf the earlier beginning than M th.. If, -,„,„.. i,. .-..:....„.. Ii year-. The track attendance -rowing larger each day bec* of the splendid racing now bg offered. the Biscayne, the friendly track. rs. Ida Optner entertained 1 Sunday at her home in celelion of the 18th birth. lay of h %  : : Seraour, and the birthday of %  daughter, Mrs. .lack Win iton Chicago, 111., who is noM her. She was assisted in en"FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" BARON'S VfM. PENN DINING ROOM 'I'12 Washington Ave. Ml \M1 BEACH Where Dining Is a Delight "THOROUGHBRED RACING AT ITS BEST" WINTER MEETING, DEC. lb THROUGH JAN. 15 With the Most Modern Totalizator in America Installed WE IXVITE THE XATI OX'S TURF PATRONS TO START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT By Dining at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. 2nd ST. 50c Luncheon Daily Banquet Dinner 85c to $1.00 PHONE 2-9869 Ik,tT ,mo Hrajrgiotti and r nn Boyd, with Edward Lester, "** Derwent, Kobin Thomas, *beth Parrar, Elfrida Derwent i^t Roberti completing the Hartwig, producer and gunquit Maine, will be the Co-producers with him J M ^'He Hicks, who has spent IN hi w 'w U rs at Miami Beach 1 a host of friends here, and BISCAYNE CARPET CLEANERS Work Called for and Ulivrd Day or Night Service 2975 S. W. Eighth Street, Ph. 2-121B—.1-1074 Homelike I nviting t he Tnrfmen's Rendezvous M odern P leasant MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR RAGE COURSE Post Time 2 P. M. Grandstand S1.00 Daily. Clubhouse West of the Rilimore Tower 2.50 lE^ 1 "* director Vthc~0J Ifatet ior. OUR LARGE VOL' OF WORK MAKES POSJ5 A SAVINGS FOR TOT WRIGLEY Art-Engraving 21 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-3947 %  % 



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    Page Eight I One Of the most powerful and beautiful love stories ever filmed will be shown Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre when Samuel Goldwyn's production, "The Dark Angel," starring Fredric March, Merle Oberon and Herbert Marshall, shows for an additional three-day engagement The story, which is set in a y Mrs. J. N. Morris. Those appearing on the afternoon's program will i be: Mrs. .lack Olshen, Mrs. Daniel j Cromer, Mrs. Edward Freidman, 1 Mrs. Samuel Resnick, Miss Shirley THE JE WISH FL ORIIHAN Levy, Mrs. Ida Optner, Miss Morris and -MisMarion F Bd. Visi iting council members and friends are invited to attend. Editor, The Jewish Floridian, P. (). Box 27:i, City. DealSir: For the benefit of Jewishjcongrcgations throughout the try, 1 would like you to p the telegram of Rabbi and 1 Max Shapiro, as a suggestion a congregation should celebrat the birthday of its rabbi Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, C 0 Temple Israel, Miami. FU Dear Sir: Friday, January 3 J hk-onLunpullish Accept our sincerest felicitation-. May your birthday anniversary create the opportunities for taking on part of your congregants to uphold your ideals in behalf of truth and righteousness for Israel's sake and humanity's weal. May you continue for many years to serve the Lord our God and Israel our people, (signed) RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO. Mr&sSBm Phllce Dclco *RCA Victor Motorola Auto and IIou w RADIOS EASY TERMS *mall Down l'„ mnt HANSON ROOFING CO. Ealabliahrd Sine* mil ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR (In All Its Branches) 328 N. E. 13th St. Phones 2-1831—2-6r,82 comes to Alan the realization of his love for Kitty. Home on leave, he tells her of his love, but their plans to many are shattered by a Budden call cancelling all leaves. Prominent in the imposing supporting cast are Janet Beecher, John Halliday, Henrietta Crosman and Frieda Inescort. Bing I 1 by, world famous crooner and probably one of the most popular American idols of the radio and Bcreen, is teamed with the inimitable W. C. Field star comedian in "Mississippi," coming to the Seventh Avenue Theatre next Sunday and Monday. Planfor the annual evening simultaneous card party to be held at hoteland apartment houses of this area for the benefit of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be announce! shortly. The event is to Hiiiinmiii.wuimm miiiiimililliimi 1111111111111111 IIIII11MIIIH STRICTLY KOSHER DINING RQOM 361 Collins Ave. (At 4th St.) MIAMI BEACH BANQUET DINNER $1.00 iHiiiiiiiitiiitiiniiimiiti MUSA ISLE Scminole Indian Village OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY Int. Iiith SI. and 2.'th five.. V W. <;ATOK WRESTLING HOURLY Studying under poor light often causes headaches, nervousness and eyestraii These naturally affect a child's gradesl Don't gamble with year child's future] Have the lighting in your home tested] with the Sight Meter that tells the amount] of light just as a thermometer tells temperature. Call our nearest office for this free service. YOUR EYE SPECIALIST CAN TELL YOU HOW MUCH LIGHT YOU NEEDJ FOR YOUR EYES. LIGHT IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR HIS SERVICES.






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    January 3, 1936

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

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    fewish News
    Around the
    World
    , rtt Szold (Jets Fraternity
    [Award for Jewish Service
    mburich (WNS)The 1935
    J of the Phi Kpsilon frater-
    tio the person who contributed
    (significantly to the advance-
    tof Jewry during the past year
    awarded to Miss Henrietta
    ;.i-yeai-old founder of Ha-
    (ahand the outstanding Jewish
    _ of her time. The award
    Jvoted to Miss Szold at the fra-
    :.. innual convention. The
    jBwho selected Miss Szold for
    fjward were Dr. I. M. Kubinow,
    Vary of the B'nai B'rith; Dr.
    Bon B. Freehof of Congrega-
    Lfiodef Shalom, Pittsburgh, and
    [.torn I- Sachar, national di-
    fcrof the Hillel Foundations.
    Lord Reading
    Dies at 75
    jg^KLORlUA, .-HIDAY^N, u,y ~....
    Anglo-Jewish
    Press Is Praised
    ftni Dentsch Heads Federal
    Nursing Service
    IsUngton, D. c (WNS)Dr.
    pi Deutsch, nationally known
    isb health expert and profess-
    Bthe University of California,
    Ibwn appointed director of the
    ichealth nursing service of the
    Children's Bureau. Dr.
    Kh's new post puts her in
    t of the government's health
    k for needy children.
    London (WNS)The whole
    British empire is mourning the
    death here of the Marquess of
    Reading, who was born as Rufus
    Daniel Isaacs in London 75 years
    ago, the son of a Jewish merchant,
    and who became the first man to
    be Viceroy of India, Lord Chief
    Justice and British ambassador to
    the United States. His death was
    not unexpected, as he had been
    ill since last October, when he suf-
    fered an attack of cardiac asthma.
    Shortly before Christmas he took
    sick again and his condition had
    given great concern.
    Gifted with one of the most bril-
    Zionists to
    Meet Sunday
    New York (WNS)-Expressing
    the thanks of the ORT and of him-
    self to the Anglo-Jewish and Yid-
    dish press of America
    THE WORLD'S
    WINDOW
    One of the most important meet-
    ings of the year will be held Sun-
    day evening, January 5th, at 8
    for its "'dotk at Beth David Talmud To-
    splendid co-operation with the ''"h auditorium fr the formatioi'
    $500,000 American okt campaign, Miami^ a?"?''! ^ GrCater
    n-vlH a ii iami. Kecent deve.opments in
    man If" i """' L?^ *** ?*" have awaken> world-
    man of the drive, thanks the Jew- wide interest in the Zionist aceom- -
    ish publishers or presenting the plishments, and local Jewry has
    f i u t0 large number 8hown a tron* interest in the
    15 vmi. .famUlea who mi'iv<-' mvement Rabbi Morton M. Ber-1" waterman Wise and Jewisl
    UMU XlttUsh or Anglo-Jewish pa- man, associate rabbi of the Free conlmu"'sm drew a sharp reply not
    pers and declares that without Synagogue of New York, field di- Ionly fr my friend and former
    would not rector of the Jewish Institute of (Talmid; they caused a small tu-
    "Manifesto"
    By LUOWIO LEWISOHN
    This column is copyrighted by
    the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
    cate. Reproduction in whole or
    in part strictly forbidden. Any
    infringement on this copyright
    will be prosecuted.
    My recent sharp observations on
    James Waterman Wise and Jewish
    fiba Awards Medal to Dr.
    SeUgman
    (York (WNS) The do Cos-
    b Medal was presented here to
    \Um. 1!. a. Seligman, distin-
    I Jewish economist and pro-
    i emeritus of political econ-
    | Columbia University, by the
    I government in recognition
    i services as economic advij-
    Ftke Cuban Republic,
    ......... ..., iuoiu our j "'" ucwun congress, ana promi- "imwism: i\ow comes my ex-
    organization." In an open letter j nent Zionist, will be the principal cellent and able friend, Philip Ku-
    to the Publishers entitled X Thnu sneiitnr M n___ x Inn himsolf ....* .. o___..... .
    to the publishers entitled "A Thou- I speaker. Mr. Harry I. Upton
    sand Thanks to You, Anglo-Jewish prominent attorney, who recently
    returned from a visit to Palestine,
    will tell of happenings in the
    Promised Land. Rabbi Max Sha-
    piro will report on the recommen-
    dations of the nominating commit-
    tee, following which election of of-
    have been able to build up an un- Religion, a member of the "admin*
    liantmindsof hisera, heranaway:d!rStAiln,li"K; atliU"1<' on the Part islra,'' committee of the Amer-
    to sea as a boy, but returned to _._?Can.. ,Wry t0ward our ,Can "f.^80 Congress, and promi
    England when his parents agreed
    to let him study law. Before the
    turn of the century he had become
    one of the greatest barristers in
    England, commanding fabulous re-
    tainers. He made his political de-
    but in 1904, when he was elected
    to the House of Commons as a Lib.
    era! from Reading,
    elected successively
    When Lord Asquith became prime
    minister in 1910 Reading was giv-
    en the post of attorney general. In
    the same year he was knighted. A
    year later he was appointed Lord
    Chief Justice, a post he retained
    until 1921.
    During the World War he was
    one of the most influential British
    diplomats, although not a member
    of the government. Prime Minis-
    ter Lloyd George sent him to the
    United States as special ambassa-
    dor to raise a loan of .",00,000,000.
    It was at this time that he was
    raised to the peerage, taking the
    mult. "Reactionary!" The cry rose
    from the expected quarters. "Tool
    of capitalism!" Now comes my ex-
    and Yiddish Press," which appears
    on the front page of the current
    issue of the "American ORT Jour-
    nal," Mr. Brown says that "as
    one who has bad much to do with
    fund-raising activities of many or-
    Vr^i'ir- Stions I have always realized
    the power and strength of the Jew-
    ish press and have never failed to
    extend to them their share of
    credit.
    "I sometimes wonder, though,"
    he says, "if the Jews in those cities
    that have an Anglo-Jewish news-
    paper appreciate their debt to it
    for the important part it plays in
    the American-Jewish scene. If
    one is interested In the Jewish
    news of the world, one must read
    the Jewish press, for it is well
    known that the secular press car-
    ries a minimum of Jewish News."
    bin, himself not a Communist, of
    the Philadelphia Jewish Times, and
    defends me handsomely. At the
    same time he insists (for my own
    good) that I descend from my
    "ivory tower" and take a stand, a
    party stand, a definite position
    toward the rough realities of life.
    tine.
    flfare Bureau
    |To Begin Drive
    wined that Greater Miami
    afforded the opportunity
    % in the work of the Jew-
    Ware Bureau, plans for the
    "W to be conducted this year
    wmced by the committee
    l be in charge. Sholem
    mi B'rith, will be in
    of the membership cam-
    *'"> Mr. Elry stone as
    He will be assisted by
    J J-Kopeloui,, as secretary
    r aac Levin, president of
    ' The first meeting of
    'W'n will be a dinner for
    Wt committee, to be held
    *)' evening, January 9th.
    Jtoark thc beginning of
    or largo contributions,
    t until January 20.
    \k,'u 2 (linnor win b*
    campaign workers to
    "^nK .f the general
    whlch win last untn
    ift.'"; Durg the week
    K fmpain l^cheons
    Ihlatia) V,n Cach day at:
    |L *' Ko8,*r Restaurant
    ?,* will be given. The
    there occurred India's fight for in-
    dependence. After his retirement
    as viceroy in 1920 he remained in-
    active in politics until 1981, when
    he was named foreign secretary in
    Ramsay MacDonald's national gov-
    ernment.
    A move is now consent to the servile state, what-
    in on fool to raise a fund of $25,000,
    title Baron Reading of Erleigh. In On the death of his first wife, ths
    1921 he succeeded Lord Chelms- former Alice Cohen of New York,
    ford as Viceroy of India, a regal Reading married his secretary, ieic nis ianiny am
    position second only to that of the Miss Stella Charnaud, a Christian, his death recently.
    king. During his administration who was ;;:; years his junior, in on foot to raise a
    1931. By his first marriage he had so that an endowment may be pro-
    one son, Viscount Erleigh, who is vided for his widow and daughters,
    married to the only daughter of Tel Aviv has undertaken to furnish
    the late Lord Melchett. Long an $12,500 of the amount and the Mu-
    advocate of Anglo-German friend- nicipal Council there recently vot-
    ship, Lord Reading resigned the ed $2,500 toward Tel Aviv's quota.
    presidency of the Anglo-German The intention of the trustees is to
    house for $25,0011, SO
    rabbi's family
    ficers and directors for the Zion- Vt'ry we"- H will be useless.
    ist district will be held. There will Mass-Neuroses are abroad. The
    be no charges of any kind and flagellants do not operate with
    every Jew in Greater Miami is miml stuff. Nevertheless .
    urged to attend. I am a liberal. I hope for the
    This will be the first of a series formation of a neo-liberal move-
    of meetings to acquaint the public nit't. I am an uncompromising
    with actual conditions in Pales- ''""'"tariun and pacifist. I would
    be among the first batch of Amer-
    icans to be liquidated by either a
    Fascist or a Communist dictator-
    ship. G. P. U. or Gestapo would
    hate me with an equal fury. I
    will consent to no state which,
    holding itself to be the repository
    of absolute truth, rules by the
    liquidation (murder, famine, po-
    grom, proscription) of its oppo-
    Xo plea can justify the re-
    turn of mankind to the servile
    state. For the servile state and
    Rabbi's Family
    In Distress
    Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
    The benevolence and charities of
    the late Chief Rabbi Abraham
    Isaac Ba-Cohen Kook of Palestine, m'"ts-
    who supported many poor families.
    left his family almost penniless on
    ernment. presiaency oi me Aagiu-ucruuui o- uimuvu .=
    Although he was always proud Association in 1933 as a protest purchase a house for S2
    of his Jewishness, he took little agam.-t Nazi persecution of the that the late chief rabbi
    active interest in Jewish affairs. Jews. "M-v subsist on the rent.
    "Guess Who" Contest
    Do you want to have your boy or girl interested in current Jewish events Do
    you want him or her to learn to know and recognize the pictures of Jewish notables
    who are making Jewish history every day, and know c
    Get them
    shall publish the
    interested in The Jewish Floridian "Guess Who" Contest. Each week v
    he Picture of a Jewish notable. Have your boy or girl identify the pi
    ; ,rTwhi.h will be printed and write a letter on "Why This Man
    ture, fill in the coupon whieh will be printed and
    Famous The letter must not be longer than 100 words. ....
    boyTand girls, 17 years and under, who are register,, pupils at a Hebrew school,
    Each week we
    pic-
    Is
    The contest is limited to
    the state of Florida.
    the hands of the "Guess Who" Contest Editor
    1 <* the
    "4 Jew Tmgn wi" be
    ew the opportunity to
    religious school or Sunday school in
    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 a prize will be awa
    number of winners and honorable mentions.
    Teachers may aid their pupils in identifying the pictures
    rded to the school having the highest
    ever its flag, avowed purpose, pa-
    per ideologythat is black reac-
    tion. My truth is unpopular today.
    Precisely that speaks for it. The
    needed truth is always unpopular.
    But I am not the only one that
    cleaves to it. Horace Meyer (fal-
    len writes: "The inhabitants of
    Russia, the inhabitants of Italy and
    especially the inhabitants of Ger-
    many, live subject to a rule which
    ouId teach something of tyranny
    to the most heartless oriental po-
    tentate Russia is now a servile
    siate both Italy and Germany
    are servile states." Let me end
    hi re with a definition. Any polit-
    ical or economic order which en-
    tails the erection of the servile
    state is reactionary per se. It
    flings man back into the undiffer-
    entiated mass of pre-history. It
    brings back the herd and apotheo-
    sisos the oligarch. I shall not bow
    the knee to that Baal. You may.
    I now come to the farcical as-
    ects of this matter. I am ac-
    pused of beieng callous to social
    I injustice and human suffering. And
    those who accuse me are the in-
    veterate defenders of the Russian
    servile state. Dare they deny that
    for every prisoner for conscience'
    sake in these states there are ten
    thousand in Russia'.' Dare they
    deny that the dissenter from this
    order always gets some kind of a
    day in court and sometimes many ?
    (Continued next week)


    Page Two
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    Friday, January 3, 193(.
    "The Group," a body recently or-
    ganized for the promotion of cul-
    tural activities in this area for
    both residents ami tourists, will
    hold iis regular session on Satur-
    daj. January h h, w ith Charles II.
    Lee, formerly associated with t!"
    astronomical department of Har-
    vard l fni\ ity, as the gut 1
    er. He will speak on "i
    There Life in the Planets?" Fol
    lowing the address discussion will
    be encouraged. Preceding the ad-
    will if Mesdames M. B.
    frank, Max Go ID
    :. iibloom.
    \\, dm dn> evening, January 22,
    : .'I a series ol
    dresf thi organization will listen bridge parties with the Jewish Wei- Cantor Teitelbaum will
    in the broadcast of the Metropol- Bu eau as the beneficiary will liturgical numbers and
    itan Opera Company's Saturday be held al Hotel Evans, .Miami congregational singing,
    performance. Following the ad- Ben h, with Mesdames L. J. Hart/ n,- is invited to attend.
    l-'i iday e\ ening services to-
    night will begin at the Miami
    Orthodox Congregation
    15. Rabbi Julius
    will preach on "The Ap-
    Economic Security.
    hant ill'
    lead the
    The pub-
    A social
    Sol Rotfort, 729 X. W. Eighteenth
    I '... 1 when Mis. Rotforl and Mrs.
    I.. .1. llaitz will he co-hostesses.
    Prizes will ho awarded for high
    at each table, and refresh-
    ments will he served.
    *
    i 1 David Sisterhood is plan-
    ning a congregational dinner for
    Sunday evening, January 2!'th, at
    Sen. E. Milton Altfeld, proni,
    nent communal worker and J
    iafa leader of Maryland. 's|l(.nt !?'
    past week at the Colnv HoW
    Miami Beach. Accompanying hi-j
    were his sister and niece. Sen
    Altfeld is a former assistant state-
    attorney and served a long p,.^
    111 the Maryland senate.
    die- and discussion, refreshments :md Sol Rotfort as tin- hoi our will follow lie services, when Beth David Talmud Torah. full v served and an informal so- Prizes will
    si ores and
    w i
    cial hour spent. Last Saturday
    the well known educator, Dr. Spek.
    torsky of New York, spoke on Au-
    gust Comte. The public is united
    to attend. \u charge of any kind
    is made.

    Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold
    an important meeting tit the home
    of .Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom ad-
    joining the synagogue Monday eve-
    ning, January 6th, at s o'clock. All
    members are urged to attend. A
    social hour will follow the busi-
    ness meeting.
    nnents will he served.
    lie awarded for high
    refreshments will in
    -crved. Members of Temple Israel and
    visitors will have a rare privilege
    M.-dames Morris Uowen, Henry in hear one of the outstanding
    Bulbin and Harry Xevins will be speakers in tile country, Dr. Steph-
    hostesses on Tuesday, January M. en s. Wise of the New- York Free
    at a benefit bridge party for the
    Jewish Welfare Hurcau at the
    home of Mrs. Cowon at 1 p. m.
    Prizes will be awarded for high
    scores and refreshment! will be
    solved.
    A benefit cord party for the
    .Miami Woman's Club is being
    .hulk'e Aaron .1. Levy will be the sponsored by Mrs. Bernard Simon
    gin st speaker at the late services and Mrs. ('. 11. Roodor at the
    tonight at Beth Jacob Congrega- Royal Palm Club Wednesday, Jan-
    tion, .Miami Beach. His subject uary 8th, from 2 to "> o'clock. In-
    will In "Being .lews." Canter Mali- dividual prizes will he awarded for
    rice Maine-lies will chant the .-erv- high scores at each table, with ten
    ices and lead the congregational major prizes to be given at large.
    singing. Saturday morning Rabbi An exceptionally pleasant after-
    David I. Rosenbloom will speak in noon is promised and the public is
    Yiddish on "Let Us Meet Again." urged to attend. Reservations may
    lii the afternoon he will lead the be made with the hostesses or by
    Ayin Yaakov .lass.
    calling the club, 2-11280.
    Synagogue, on Wednesday evening,
    January 15th, at 8 o'clock.
    Of Stephen S. Wise it may well
    be said that nothing human is for-
    eign to him. He has taken an in-
    terest in everything that is for the
    welfare of America, and of the
    world. A magnetic speaker, a fine
    thinker and thorough scholar, he
    is enjoyed everywhere he speaks.
    Dr. Stephen S. Wise has been in
    this temple twice before and crowd-
    ed the place. Those who wish to
    attend this lecture are advised to
    purchase their tickets in advance.
    They may be had at the Mark
    Store, Joseph's, Marcus Stationery
    store, or at the temple office.
    * *
    Members of Temple Israel and
    visitors to Miami will have the
    rare privilege of listening to a
    guest speaker, Rabbi Morton M.
    Berman, associate rabbi of the
    Free Synagogue. Rabbi Berman is
    director of field activities of the
    Rabbi .1. I.. Rosenbloom of Den-
    ver, Cob... a leader in the Ortho- One of the outstanding affairs
    do\ rabbinate of this country, will New dear's Eve was the annual
    arrive here late Monday to spend Hadassah event at the Floridian
    the season with his son and daugh- Hotel, Miami Beach. More than Jewish Institute of Religion in New
    law. Rabbi and Mrs. David '-"' couples attended and enjoyed York, an institution founded by
    1. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Con- "' -I'lcndid floor show that was Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Dr. Wise
    gregation, Miami Beach. presented. In charge of arrange- wrote that Rabbi Berman is an
    ments for the Senior Hadassah eloquent speaker and a thorough
    Miss Edith E, Horowitz, daugh- were Mesdames Sam Simonhoff, scholar. There will be no admis-
    ter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Horowitz, Barney Weinkle, Alex (Goldstein sion charge and the public is cor-
    1500 Pennsylvania ave.. is hero nd Joseph Williamson. A beau*
    from Florida State College for tiful souvenir program was dis-
    Women to spend the holidays with tributed by the organization as a
    her parents. memento of the affair.
    dially welcome. The subject of
    his lecture is ".lews by Chance or
    Choice."
    Beth Jacob sisterhood will be
    at a benefit card party for
    its Talmud Torah fund at the Al*
    amac Hotel, Miami Beach, Tues-
    Ready for the long trip that will
    teach into the far Canadian north-
    west, the Royal American Show-,
    ..-.< nd. Host< -- 'or the eve-
    TtX/O-UI
    '-nd..1'- a... .- 11
    Sun.-Mon.-1 ue.. .Ian. 5*6*7
    Fredric MarchMerle Oberon
    Herbert Marshall
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    Bing CrosbyW. C. Fields
    Joan Bennett
    MISSISSIPPI
    5 Ivia Heir. New York
    1 nding the win-
    : 1 with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lip-
    ton. 2382 Alton road. Miami Beach.

    Mr. and Mrs. J. Lou 1 SI
    E. Milton Altfeld
    ' Ma dinner last Monday

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    4 Flaclcr St. Vincent R. Brice, Mr.
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    American-Jewish.
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    fare Bureau will be held
    .Mar!; Store Monda
    of which will appear in our
    in \t issue.
    Congratulations are being re-
    ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Au-
    gust on the birth of a baby son
    early Wednesday morning at the
    Jackson Memorial Hospital. The
    baby was the first child born in
    .Miami in 1986. The Bris will take
    place at the hospital next Wednes-
    day morning. Mr. August is as-
    sociated with his father and broth-
    er- in the August Bros. Bakery,
    and Mrs. August is the daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kohn of this
    city.
    The regular meeting of the Ia
    dies' Auxiliary of the Jewii
    at the
    "v afternoon,
    January 20th. Following the bod.
    ness session, a social hour will fob
    low, in charge of Mrs. Morris Dub*
    lor. Members and [,;, n,i. an,
    urged to attend.
    Only l.i;,linen,- Theatre in Miaal
    MIAMI PLAYHOUSE
    N. W. North River Driv,. (| lr(|
    Opening- of 10 Week.' >..,.,.
    January 6th at s :,1o P \|
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    Theatre Company in
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    For enervations telephone 2-6129
    Late services at Beth David Syn-
    agogue tonight will be known as
    "University Sabbath" and is be- world's largest midway organisa-
    ing held to honor the students tion. will begin loading their big
    day evening, Jai uary Tth. at 8 wno have been spending their mid- 40-car train in winter quarters
    o'clock. Prise, will be awarded year vacations in Miami. Those here next week for the 1936 tour.
    for high BCOres and refreshments taking part m the SOrvkes are: The big amusement caravan will
    is urged Stanley Levitch, Leonard Green- open the season at Largo at the
    itt. Sam Alexander. Bob Levin, Pinellaa County fair and will then
    John Kronenfeld, Jerome Weinkle proceed to Winter Haven for the
    and Ro ert Miller. Junior Rabbi annual Orange Festival. The shown
    Peretz Scheinberg will speak on return to Tampa of February S and
    Greatest Blessing." Jun- will occupy the big midway plaza
    < antor Irving Ginsburg will ;u the state fair there for two
    chant the liturgic melodies. weeks.
    The Junior Congregation will *
    Saturday morning at 10 Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
    Former pres- soring a benefit bridge party on
    of the .. rganization iv .;., ....,,.,., January 8th,
    who will participate are John at 8 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
    Weinkle.
    Robert Miller, the present presi-
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    ''''> 'he P..... Nazi diplomats .
    tin orders from
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    tion in honor of his part in com-
    memorating the centenary of An-
    cer ami others who arc bedridden
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    Nazi iliiil..mT.: ...............' iciauvcs or menus who are
    nX ;,;,;.',llvu'.......Kie- K,em*m a< ^ >provide wa,.
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    selves to show their loyalty to II doea not want g0 l(, Hollywood, business in Hollywood.
    Duce by donating wedding rings That is how Gertrude Berg's press
    Although the Anglo Jewish press continually furthers and other jewelry to the Italian representative says she feels about
    every constructive Jewish movement, it is a fact that it sel- wai fund Vienna Nazis now
    dom receives credit for the part it plays in the American greet each other with "Heil s. las-
    Jewish scene More often it is criticized for its limitations. ie" because the Austrian govern-
    real or imagined, despite the fact that these limitations are ment has tabooed the "Heil Hit-
    imposed upon it by the handicap of insufficient support from l' business.
    Ihe local Jewish communities served. It is, therefore, worthy |
    of note that the current issue of the American OUT Journal. j We're Telling You
    published a front page open letter from David A. Brown. lames t;. McDonald, who has
    chairman of the American OKT's $500,000 campaign, thank- just resigned as refugee high corn-
    tag the Anglo-Jewish press for its co-operation with the ORT missioner, will probably become ex-
    tampaign, lauding "the power and strength of the Jewish eeutive editor of the New York
    press" and deploring the fact that Jews in cities that have Times
    PLAIN TALK
    By A I. SEGAL
    I have recently seen close-up evi- itroll on a Berlin boulebard .
    of Na/.i character. I did not Einstein strasse named for the
    igry at it. great Jewish philosopher, stop with
    yic:v- dim uc|Jlifl 11114 llIC Ittl-i 111*11 Jin.i III *.inv.-. uiai u.i.v ------- -------------- l : HiiKij at it. gicui iii-rtiMi |iiiniiMiiPiivr, siuji wilii
    an Anglo-Jewish paper do not always appreciate "their debt, swell time on the boat c miing back | ,,.[, rather a 1 do when I look veneration before the colossal Ein-
    to it for the important part it plays in the American Jewish
    scene.
    As a veteran in Jewish communal life Mr. Brown has
    to this country until her fellow .,, human mi nstrosities in a circus stein monument which the Germans
    Jewish passengers d hei j,i,,ii,,u. i turn with something have erected by then, go to visit
    identity Then she was besieged ,,,- horror, something of disgust, Einstein's house, of which the
    touched a sore point in Jewish life. Too manv Jewish com- and had to run from a barrage oi something of pity from Zip, the Germans will have made a national
    munities take their Anglo-Jewish publications for granted, kisses, hugs and other anno...,-, head ,. ,i;ik .,,,,,.
    expecting service and co-operation without offering anything ,,... ,K.u..i..,u u..u, ......
    Mrs. Rebekah Kohut is con-
    [ ducting her communal activities
    in return All Jewish leaders ought to manifest the same ap-
    preciation of the value of the Anglo-Jewish press that Mr. ^ m a i.iiom iM M( sin;11 Hos.
    Brown does, for the Anglo-Jewish press is unquestionably ,i!a| wh(|( s)|( ja ,.i(1 Ullh .,
    a key force in American Jewry- It is time its service was
    recognized.
    Too often, however, one finds that not only is the Anglo-
    Jewish local publication not appreciated, but that where such
    a paper has become established through long years of con-
    tinuous publication, Jewish leaders who are in business pa-
    tronize non-Jewish weeklies and ofttimes even those which
    are anti-Jewish in attitude and action to the exclusion of
    their own paper which serves the very institutions that these
    leaders head.
    Perhaps much of this is due to the fact that some so-
    called Jewish weeklies have sprung up for no cause at all 20tn ,,, Aim-man
    broken leg And the reason
    Rabbi Samuel Goldenson of Ni
    York's Temple Emanu-EI I
    heard from lately is that he's
    not well American Jewish wom-
    en will soon have a magazine all
    to then .... It'll be called
    !-. "... Emma B irld's I'
    greatest Ji wish o] i a
    wjU ,, earnings from
    her Town Hall concert on January
    It i- useless to argue with Zip count of being immortal and pa-
    aliout the matter, to saj to him, tient) is enabled to Bee justice
    your head is all wrong. Why again in the fullness of time,
    doesn't it behave like other human Aye, more: in a hundred years
    which are round and give no Jews in Germany will celebrate
    uffen Hitler I'urim to commemorate
    Despite my disgust, 1 must re- their deliverance, they will read a
    gard Zip as an interesting Bpeci- Hitler Meghillo, they will prob-
    men, like the two-headed calf, like ably eat Hitler cake even as now
    irl born without legs, like Nazi they remember Hainan by Haman-
    Germans. With Nazi Germans there taschen. A Jew, hastening to the
    is no more use to dispute their synagogue on Hitler I'urim, will
    abnormalities than to scold Zip, the catch in his eye a speck of dust
    two-headed calf and the legless which irritates him. This is a
    thers.
    gill for not being like o
    ( oiiiniltlec .... ,i
    Nazi character, as have
    Anglo-Jewish papers who are serving their people are
    not discouraged in the least and should not be. The service
    tney render Jews and the Jewish cause perhaps is recom-
    pense for the mistreatment they receive. _____________
    Brodit Honored by Jewish Fra-
    ternity
    .lew
    *h Team Retains College
    Chess Title
    St Louis (WNS)In recogni-
    tion of
    ti'ill to
    develop
    fctmizes
    *i Dr. Maurice Brodie, professor championship for the second
    "bacteriology at New York Uni- cessive year with a game score of
    awarded the Sigma 19 to B. The all-Jewish team of
    *'Pha Mu fraternity's annual New York University finished sec-
    award f'" achievement among its ond with a game score of 17 to 7.
    Imbe- Dr. Brodie, who is a The team representing Yeshiva
    Politically Speaking
    All rumors to thi *-
    landing, David T. Wilentz,
    \,.w Jersey's attroney general, will
    not resign to run for govi
    igh Dave might like to make
    the run, his resignation would dis
    "'an Jew, is a member of the
    'vei-sity (Montreal)
    Canadi
    McGill Uni
    *Pter of the fraternity, which
    'd its
    here.
    2<;th
    annual convention
    College ended in sixth place, win-
    ning five games and losing 19.
    Members of the City College team
    were Morton Hamermesh, Max I'a-
    v-ey, Jacob Soudakoff, Robert
    Scher and Tobias Stone.
    i;U'T:)0,'^Z^Z A hundred years!
    lucrative jobs ... The Aiml lean
    Federation of Labor is booming
    Benjamin Goldstein of Chicago for
    ., vacancy on the U. S. Circuit
    Court of Appeals Mm D.
    Steuer, the eminent lawyer, gave
    big enemies a big laugh recently
    when he appeared as a witness in
    his suit to recover a ?150,000 fee
    from one of his clients
    grain of dust blown from Hitler's
    grave. Hitler's dust! All that's
    left of Hitler!
    *
    Now from Erfurt In Germany
    there issues a Nazi anti-Semitic
    mimeographed leaflet, entitled
    "World Service" which, according
    My experience of Nazi character to its preface, is to be "passed
    derives from an article printed in from hand to hand amongst Gcn-
    this column last September entitled tiles."
    The Advantage of Being an Im- "The principal aim," says
    mortal." In this I said that there "World Service." "is to enlighten
    is a certain comfort for the Jew informed Gentiles, irrespective of
    in that he is a fellow who lives the state or country to which they
    forever. may belong. These information
    -beets which deal with the machin-
    ations of the Jewish underworld,
    form accordingly a necessary part
    of the intellectual armor of every
    Gentile."
    (Continued on Page 1)
    now he may
    . Famous
    for his badgering of witnesses, Bronx This school, which is
    Steuer was reported to have named for the late president of the
    squirmed under cross-examination Amerjcan Federation, had some of
    ... The Ku Klux Klan is showing jl;. ek.(.tl.ic fixtures installed by
    signs of life again ... It sounds
    funny, but the electrical union is
    picketing the new Samuel Gompers
    Industrial High School in the
    non-union labor.
    (Copyright, 1086, by Seven Arts
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    Page Four
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    Friday, January 3, 1935

    MIAMI
    NOTES
    By MARIO S< II\\ VRTZ
    The V. M. II. A. Cinished an ac-
    tive year and began a more suc-
    ci fill one New Year'i Eve at the
    dinner and (lame
    al the Palm and
    drill rooms of the
    A lama, Hotel.
    [lancing Btarted
    ;ii lii o'clock with
    two orchestras.
    The floor show,
    undei 1 he dire) -
    ; v. tarted at 10::10.
    At 11 ::t() of the dining
    nt'd before a mad
    - Schlaeh-
    1 sang
    yne" amid the tu-
    muli of the welcoming of the New
    \
    Milton A. Friedman, chairman
    . welcomed the 1100
    1 if the ""> Al
    u 1 re umed
    two rooms, plus an addi
    \
    i 'oil 1 iur Ni v.
    fair, M1. and M rs.
    . Mr. and M
    i r and Mr. and Mrs.
    I

    Be rle'
    I'llil, tied
    :
    Y" inucd suc-
    1
    \
    tain funds for the
    "i Id I C8
    for at a table in th of the
    jll-t 1118
    couples, vsho ai ted as I houj :
    were just married and excha
    confide ill e\ ning with such
    is expressions as "Baby,"
    "Momma," "Da da," "Hawney."
    Mayor Snedigar of Miami Beach
    dropped in to say hello over the
    loud speaker and welcomed the
    "V" to Miami Beach.
    Symphony Will
    Star Elman in
    First Concert
    The first of a series of twelve
    Monday evening concerts featur-
    ing the University of Miami Sym-
    phony Orchestra, led by H' well
    known conductor, Arnold Volpe,
    ami the University of Miami Sym-
    phonic Band, led by Walter Sheaf
    tVr. will be held on Monday eve-
    ning, January 13th, at the Miami
    Senior High School. The guest
    artist will be the world famous > io-
    linist, Mischa Elman. On January
    Helen Flanagan, dramatic so
    prano will be guesl artist; on Feb-
    ruary 3rd Abraham fhaisins. com-
    poser pianist, will be guesl art-
    ist, With Charles Staltmau. flutist,
    appearing on February 10th; on
    h'ehruar) 24th the well known
    i-r (Ihoir will he fi a
    : Percy (iraingi r, pi
    will appear on March 2ml; Ji
    Lhevinn pianist, will be heard on
    March Ifith and Sam Head, trom-
    bonist, on 23rd. Hannah
    A iher, loi al pianiste, who
    ran : ed much acclaim in the
    ,vorld, will !" the
    artist on April Cth, to be followed
    bj Evelj u flagman Jones on April
    1 Szitas on April 27th
    h(. Univi ! h, Much favoi able 1 om.....n!
    from music lovers of the entire
    ivon tin-
    , ill of I 'I COH-
    mated by Mr. Volpe and
    y of J 1
    \\ ii
    of the
    ' a, to be
    of the Al
    Hotel. 1 ''"'I the oc-
    ,-i honor will be
    heduled to play
    .a the 1'. if M. 1 jtral series.
    ei ies will
    iarj 12th. Admission is
    1 iblic.
    Plain Talk
    (Continued from Pai
    The "V" has made plans to fos-
    ber a series of Sunday night con-
    Ki nny, who arrived csp
    for New Year's Eve ball,
    will conduct and present an ama-
    teur contest tu be broadcast over
    a I" al station. This will be held
    in conjunction with the Thursday
    night dances now being held at
    the Miami Beach Country Club.
    The first of the novelty treats will
    be presented January 9th at the
    Country Club at the regular fee
    of -"in cents a person.
    It seems that mj prophecy of
    poetic justice coming ultimately to
    ierve the dew was promptly de-
    tected as one of the evidences ol
    "the machinations of the Jewish
    underworld."
    In the November issue of "World
    Service." it i.- exposed under the
    heading "Jewish Impudence."
    Alter quoting, "World Service"
    ays: "From the above arrogant
    ut 1 nance it is .leaf that Jewry
    arc still hoping to turn Germany
    once again into a Jewish colony.
    Einstein street. Karl Marx-Morde-
    chai place, Emil Ludwig-Cohn
    e, Mi gnus Hirschfeld hos-
    . Marcu Ehrenpreis court-
    Ijou 1 these would no doubt suit
    n very wi
    Then "World Service" quotes
    I 1 ,.|, 1 a publication in Berlin,
    on the same subji
    "These prophecies of Alfred Se-
    Kal enable us to see deeply into the
    I'uiim is the festival
    con ng a frightful mas-
    sacre carried cm; bj the -lews upon
    their opponents, which is graphic-
    ally described in the Hook of Es-
    ther. According to this prophet,
    then fori. the Jews wish to set on
    foot a massacre in National So-
    11 rmany.
    " 1 siderable mean-
    irophecy that then in
    ,,11 the guci the Hitler
    M, _. 1, lla will be read. The word
    roll the roll
    1 dine ipporti ined
    fi day. This is on the
    I'urini festival in the book of Es-
    . \\ In n. durii
    l|,.. I the name Of
    Hainan ogether with
    his ten sons, was hanged by the
    .1, v .. thi Jewish youths in the
    syna clap their
    band-, to -tamp their feel and to
    make- a h wooden rattles,
    "All ording to Mr. Se-
    I ...;... will be done in a
    nun : time with Adolf
    Hitler.
    "II would be interesting to know
    whether by the Hitler cake Mr. Se-
    gal means the I'as-over bread
    which contain- a drop of Aryan
    blood.
    "In spite of all this, Jewry con-
    tinues to raise complaints all over
    the- world because the German
    people are trying to solve the Jew-
    ish question in their own country
    by legal and bloodless method !"
    *
    It is an amazing perversion of
    character that, to buM a purpose,
    can so easily change a massacre of
    to a massai re by Jews. One
    looks at this depravity with some-
    thing of horror and with some-
    thin- of the same pity that one
    reel- for any human deformity. I
    may as well get angry at poor Zip,
    the circus monstrosity, whose head
    departs so far from the human
    form.
    I can even look with pity at the
    criminality that broadcasts into
    the world the Dark Age falsehood
    0f the bl.....I ritual, as is done in
    the paragraph: "It would be in-
    teresting to know whether by Hit-
    ler cake Mr. Segal means the Pass-
    over bread, which contains a drop
    of Aryan bl.....I."
    for I remember the Germany
    that was called the land of poets
    and philosophers whose world
    gave truth and beauty to
    mankind. The new 'World Scrv-
    Germany spews the outgiv-
    of distorted character for
    ntcllcctual armory of every
    . e," as World Service .-ays.
    This is what unhappy Germany
    gives the world today and begs
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    lV January WM
    111' JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    Tampa
    Notes
    \,anv guests from oat of town
    *d the Chanukah .lance at
    f Sung Men's Hebrew Asaocia-
    Sitar 26th, at the asso-
    ' '. hiiildintr. Visitors were
    ItC,dStPeter.br,Uke.
    p. City and Sarasota, in
    dl guests. ____
    Thl, Mationa] Council of Jewish
    ,,,.., Won* n sponsored an invi-
    1 dance on Sunday afternoon
    , -, to 8 o'clock. The affair
    rV-n *e Villa del Rio.
    ;,,:.-,- for the afternoon were
    V Misses Clarice Steinberg,
    JL G Shirley Essrig,
    F'.th,r Jenkins, Dona Peckett,
    I Florence Abramo-
    omon, Doris Magid,
    Mickey Lubetsky
    ick.
    Cohen and her
    Ima, have returned
    it i,, Baltimore with rel-
    M,,. Mm Liebman, daughter
    and Mrs. Isidore Liebman,
    the Christmas vaca-
    i. her parents.
    Arnold Kol i r has returned from
    itj of Pennsylvania to
    olidays with his par-
    Mr. and Mi Meyer Kotler.
    . and Mrs. Charles Lob spent
    he city with -Mrs.
    :. and Ml-. JOSepfl
    j left to go to
    e they will make
    a wedding trip
    uda.
    Mi. Aa Barasch of Roches-
    pending the win-
    ter in Tampa.
    Five
    STATEWIDE NEWS
    Orlando Notes
    Mr. 1. D. Rosenthal, brother of
    Alderman Rosenthal, has been ap-
    tant to City En-
    gineer Cason. During the past
    . .' Rosenthal was in charge of
    the FERA rural sanitation proj-
    ect. He i a graduate in engineer-
    . : the University of Florida
    i gome time was employed
    in the United Stales engineer's of-
    fice in Wheeling, W. Va.
    Miss Evelyn Scadron, daughter
    of Mr. ami Mrs. M. Scadron, and
    Mr. David L. Hutkin of New Or-
    leans were married December 28th
    at the home of the bride's par-
    ents by Rabbi David Zielonka. Only
    a fen close friends and relatives
    were present.
    After the ceremony a buffet
    supper was served. During the
    enini{ Mr. and Mrs. Hutkin left
    V motor for New Orleans, where
    'hey will live.
    TAMPA Y. M. H. A.
    A senior basketball team is now
    *"!(? formed, which will be
    cached by Dr. L. N. Marcus.
    A men's volleyball team has been
    organized and will meet for prac-
    '"* on Sunday mornings at 10
    oock and n Mondays, Tuesdays,
    Wednesdays and Thursdays at 5.30
    P- m.
    The women's gym class meets
    *Wy Wednesday evening at 7:30
    * Prig and 8:30 for women. The
    "' includes basketball, volley.
    ' 'Calisthenics, reducing and tap
    "Slicing.
    for! ,m!"ur tournament is being
    "M which is intended to start
    Sunday. All members in good
    "W""? Will be eligible to enter.
    Tl* "Co-Ed" Club meets every
    Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz enter-
    tained at dinner at the Orange Co-
    lonial Court Hotel last Thursday,
    honoring Miss Ruth Wolly and her
    fiance, Mr. Philip Friedman of
    New Brunswick, N. J, The honoree
    was presented with a beautiful
    gold vanity set. Bridge followed
    dinner. Prizes were won by Mrs".
    Ily Roth, Mrs. Sol Wittenstein and
    Mis. Dave II ill man.
    Beat i ice I teiberman of the
    University of Alabama i- visiting
    her parents during the holidays.
    Mr. and Mrs. S. Ba< c of New
    York are visiting their son and
    daughter, Mr. and Mr Gu Baer,
    for the winter.
    St. Petersburg
    Notes
    Cong. B'l Israel, A.
    feld, rabbi, will havi I
    ning
    day mori
    sion of the Prophel
    Friday night sub
    Szold, founder of Hada ah.
    read the
    . following the
    i Sabbath services I
    Margoli addi ed the congrega-
    his subject,
    Alivah."
    1 id w itfa a pray-
    er by Miss Mollie Mizrahi, presi-
    of Junior Hadassah, after
    'v which the congregation was served
    Jacksonville Npwj in tea wew
    uviiouiivuu, 11CW& Mrs, I. Witten and Mrs. Ben Chep-
    ... members ol Senior Hadassah
    and Eli
    Hostesses
    nine; were
    party Mrs. I.. Bucholtz, Mrs. Marx Ba-
    . William Silverman, Mrs.
    pnik, Mrs. I. Witten and
    Mrs. Abe Cooper. Acting as ush-
    ........ ,;.... I........:......
    issisting in serving were
    .Mrs. l. Coplon left for Birming-
    ham, Ala., this week to visit rela-
    tive--. She will be joined by hei
    daughter, Hilda, student at the
    University of Alabama.
    Mr. and Mrs. .1. Suckman and
    family of New York arrived in Or-
    lando to spend the winter
    .Mr.-. Herman Behr and sons,
    Norman and Sam Allen, of Talla
    dega, Ala., have been house
    (.!' Mr. Bohr's brother, Ben Aii!
    stein, and Mrs. Arnstein for
    oral days.
    Mrs. 15. Ebenstein and daugh-
    ters Of New York are the guesl
    of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
    Bonimsi
    Mrs. E. I.evine and -Mrs. P. Will-
    ner of New Brunswick, N. J., sis-
    ter., of Mr. Philip Preidman, ar-
    rived Saturday in Orlando to visit
    Mr. Lou Wolly and family.
    Mi.-s Edith Levin of Jackson
    villa is the guest of Missis Dor-
    othy Baker and Pearl Safer over
    the holidays.
    The
    i
    of Mr. J.
    .
    \
    attendi
    II. ':.
    Ml .
    Mi's. >
    Ral i
    at the
    ipal
    lew as a Citizen." I
    22nd, R .

    | Sea-
    .'. ill."
    West Palm Beach
    Notes
    local "i mg J I held
    their regular meetii
    Bernice
    Schutzer, 120 I All
    the officers and many
    atti I
    ance were discussed. A
    ial hour was the
    meetii
    of Junior Hadassah,
    l lia Kline, K il Bandri-
    ''' an- mcr, Etta Bucholtz, Esthei B
    . ia -Mizrahi and Mamie Da-
    B
    s was the New
    Eve dame and dinner in the
    B n Chepnick was chair-
    nt. The hu e

    balli i was a aul
    nery and bright colored
    in : u.-cd to advantage.
    Working on the committee with
    pnick were Mrs. Ira Stein,
    . D. Hani-. Mrs. A.
    I. B or, Mrs. S. La
    Chanukah Mrs. N'at Cohen, Mrs. A. Safer,
    Irs. Isa Mo o\ itz, Mrs. I.. I.
    Mr. Hugo Gold, who spenl
    eral weeks in St. I
    d to his home in P
    Miss Henrietta Harris of Pat-
    erson, N. J., is visiting her par-
    ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Harris.
    Mrs. B. Safer left Tuesday for
    Jacksonville to visit her family.
    Messrs. Sam Abramovitz and
    Joe Miller of Lakeland spent New
    Year's in Orlando.
    Mr. Morris Solomon of Miami
    spent the week-end in Orlando vis-
    iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
    Ben Solomon.
    Monday evening under the direc-
    tion of Mrs. Harry Cohen.
    The Misses Gladys Milchman
    and Helen Haimovit are sponsors
    for the Juniorf Girls' Club, which
    meets every Friday afternoon.
    Scoutmaster Harry Kotler takes
    charge of troop 14, which meets
    every Wednesday evening. AH
    boys 12 years of age and up are
    invited to join.
    The dramatic group will resume
    '.heir rehearsal meetings every
    Sunday afternoon and Thursday
    evening after the first of the year.
    The Misses Lillian an I Rosata
    Have, who are visiting theii
    tcr and brother-in-law, Mr. and
    Mrs. [rving Moss on Thirty-fourth
    Bt., -pent the New Veal'.- holiday
    visiting with friends In Miami.
    Miss Rose Goodmark, daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. J. (ioodmark of
    this city, a Miami High school
    teacher, is spending the Sew
    Year's holiday vacation in < uba,
    making the trip by airplane from
    Miami last Tuesday.
    Mr. Abe Dobrow and Mi
    Kahn Of Pahokee were visitors in
    town one day last week.
    Palm Beach lodge No. 1146,
    B'nai B'rith, met last Monday eve-
    ning at the home of Mr. Sam A.
    Goldstein, 429 Thirtieth si. Many
    important local lodge matters
    were discussed and transacted. Im-
    portant communications from B
    B'rith headquarters were read and
    given wide discussion. Delicious
    refreshments were served after
    the meeting.
    Temple Beth Israel will hold
    services tonight at 8:80 at the
    Temple on Broward ave., with Dr.
    Car| \. Herman officiating, as-
    sisted by the Temple choir. Dr.
    ,.,,;, wiH also lecture during
    the services.
    a
    .
    I n K
    VIrs. R
    K i was
    . ij of
    .
    al
    i -. M.
    II. Rosen-
    . Mi s. J. f the
    I \U -. A. Leon Sha-
    I Di iusins
    M. 11. Margo-
    I
    As is thi in at such
    festive occasioi who were
    mate were remembered
    end a silvi taken j ielded
    a nice sum. which will go towards
    the aid fund of the Ladies' He-
    brew Sheltering Aid Society.
    Mrs. I. V II. Zim-
    >Irs. I. Merlin, Mi -. T.
    I Mrs. Jai k Landau
    and Mrs. A. Selber and Mi J.
    Bloom.
    W, Zacharias announced
    ement of his daughter,
    \ i\ i:.ii Fox, to Harold I 'avis
    Nirsch of Atlanta, (la., the wed-
    ding to take place some time in the
    early summer.
    Miss Fox i.- the daughter of the
    . Percy W. Zacharias (Rae
    i. and a granddaughter of*
    ate Jacob E. Cohen, who was
    one of Jacksonville's pioneer mer-
    chants and outstanding citizens,
    and -he i- a niece of Halle Cohen
    Mr Hirsch is the youngest son
    of Mrs. Mathilda Hirsch and the
    late J. N. Hirsch, Ol.....f Atlanta's
    inns', prominent and beloved citi-
    zen-.
    The marriage of Miss Fannye
    HorovitZ, daughter of Mrs. Dora
    Attending the class and enjoying Horovitz., to Dr. Joseph Rose took
    .-ning with the hosts were: place Thursday, Decemcbcr 2fith,
    Rabbi M. ". Margolis, Mrs. M. in the home of the bride's mother
    Kress, Mrs. M. Rosenvaig, Mr. and on Talbot st., the impressive cere-
    Mrs. \ Nabin, Mr. and Mrs. J. mony being performed by Rabbi M.
    Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Have Blatt- Margolis and Rabbi I. Kaplan.
    ner, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Slott, Mr. and
    Mrs. Jack Becker, Mr. and Mrs.
    Reuben Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
    Have Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs.
    Aaron Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. S. L
    Blattner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe G
    berg, Mrs. L Wolfson, Miss Soloff,
    M. Scheinbaum, M. Hammerman,
    (Leonard Rosenvaig and Sheldon M.
    Blattner.
    Honoring his daughter, Miss
    Marie Vivian Fox, whose engage-
    ment to Harold D. Hirsch of At-
    lanta, Ga., was announced on
    Christinas day. IVrcy W. Zacha-
    rias entertained with a dunce and
    breakfast in the Mayflower Hotel
    last week.
    Abe Horovitz, brother of the
    bride, served as best man.
    Among the out-of-town guests
    at the wedding were Mrs. Baron
    of Hackensack, N. J., Mrs. L. Rich-
    ardson of Miami, Mrs. B. Wcitz of
    Hendersonville,'N. C, Mrs. H. Hor-
    ovitz of Savannah.
    Rabbi Morris D. Margolis dedi-
    cated the services Friday evening
    in t)u. Center Synagogue to Ha-
    dassah Sabbath to honor Miss Hen-
    Miss Ethel Kushner, a popular
    bride-elect, was honored last week
    with a delightful bridge party and
    miscellaneous shower given in the
    I'artj House by Mrs. F. Haimovitz.
    The rooms where bridge was
    played were decorated with sea-
    sonal greens and flowers.
    Alter several progressions of
    bridge, prizes were awarded to
    Mrs. J. B. Weinstein, Miss Rachel
    Rothstein, Mrs. B. B. Yoffec, Mrs.
    Al Weiss, Mrs. L. M. Goldberg,
    Mrs. E. Becker. Mrs. II. Schemer,
    Mi- Edith Herman. Miss Eunice
    Davis and Miss Mollie Mizrahi.
    Sandwiches, cakes, candies and
    Coffee were served following the
    Congregation Beth El will hold
    vs ,1ns .veiling at the syna-
    gogue on Fern st., with Rabbi Is-
    et W. Muskat in charge, assisted
    i:,.;, Jos. Male, who will chant| presentation of g.fts to the hon-
    in Hebrew.
    ! oree,



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    Page six
    Till'. JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    Friday, January 3( (go.
    BULLETIN
    TEMPLE ISRAEL
    Of Miami
    137 N. E. 19th St.
    DR. .1 VCOB li. KAPL \X
    Rabbi
    o----- i. Kaplan. The opening prayer
    RELIGIOUS SERVICES q lbly WB1 ,,,, by Mu.
    i i< \. ufi Id. Servi(. ei
    Regular Friday night services, by Irving Rubin and closing pray-
    Temple Israel, 137 N. E. Nine- Dv Elaine Feldman.
    tocnth >i.. at 8:15 o'clock. Serv-
    The first meeting of the year
    GENERAL
    icea will be conducted by Dr. Jacob ,.,- ,|,.. Religious School board will
    11. Kaplan. be Wednesday evening, January
    ,, .,. i. i____i__4 Mb. from s to ;' o'clock, and
    Members of l.iiiplo Israel and
    visitors ... Miami will have the *"* meet,n 'he **me eve"
    rare privilege of listening to a ""'L' from :' "' oc,ock-
    guest speaker, Rabbi Morton M.
    Iiorman, associate rabbi of the Free
    Synagogue. Rabbi Barman is rector of field activities of the The library of Temple Israel, in
    Jewish Institute of Religion in charge of Mrs. Alfred Levin, is
    Now York, an institution founded purchasing now books every week,
    by Dr. Stephen s. Wise. Dr. Wise stimulating the reading by the
    children of the school. Members
    of the congregation are cordially
    invited to make use of this library.
    Mrs Levin will be glad to help
    wrote that Rabbi Berman is an el-
    oquent speaker anil a thorough
    scholar. There will be no admis-
    sion charge ami the public is cor-
    dially welcome. The subject of his them select their reading. It is a
    lecture is ".Tews by Chance or thoroughly Jewish library.
    Choice."
    Icus, Mrs. Riesner, Mrs. LeVine
    and Mrs. Miles. Mrs. Evelyn Raff
    and Bobby Levy sang a few ap-
    during the dinner.
    , rec< ption and dance Satur-
    i-enii :| givl under the
    . i >ni] le Sisterhood,
    Students. There
    oiil '"-' i" attendance and
    itful family af-
    ,.; by everyone pi
    nts wiio bring their children
    unday morning and
    like to spend a pleasant
    moinii g al the temple, are wel-
    on visit Dr. Kaplan's class in
    Mi Jewish Problems."
    .a- and patronesses of the
    wen : Mr. and Mrs. 11. U.
    I Iman, Mr. and Mrs. 1. .1.
    Apte, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer.
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Geist, Mr.
    and Mrs. II. K. Schoenberg, Mr.
    and Mrs, .1. X. Morris. Mr. and
    Mrs. .1. Simpson, Mr. and M'-.
    Leo Stein, Mr. and Mrs. II. Wall, I
    Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Slote. Mr. and
    Mrs. Sam Weisel and Judge and
    Mrs. Ben Marvin. The committee
    was: Mrs. Hannah Spiro Asher,
    Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Gordon Da.
    vis, Mrs. M. Plant, Mrs. Louis
    Zeientz, Mrs. Maxwell Hyman and
    Mrs. .Jacob II. Kaplan.
    where, we are Americans by m
    tionality, and Jews by religion
    We even went so far as to say that
    everybody who acknowledges h
    daism as his religion thereby be"
    comes a Jew.
    The difficulty arises 0
    The .lews have problems that contemplates, as example, a Jm
    i be thought through and who joins a Chi gc|en
    helped to a solution by all those!church or any other church. W
    who can think and work and smile. may gay ]u. |g ,, i,,,,,,,.. g .
    Judaism itself is undergoing but the non-Jews and .
    Think, Work
    And Smile
    To all the readers of The Jew-
    ish Floridian, a Happy New year,
    that ai comparable only
    often B] ak of him still B
    . changi that are taking Or take the Russian Jew
    place in the economic life of the be frlad or -ad that tl
    world. allowed to profesi ai .
    Take the very terms. "Jew" and Are they Jews? They are
    "Judaism." No one has as yet a [ged a strip of land of
    clear idea as to who is a Jew, nor
    have any number of people agreed
    own
    to form a Jewish republic, Why
    a "Jewish Republic" if they have
    no religion? Or take those who
    believe neither in religion nor in
    SISTKRHOOD
    The next meeting of the Temple
    Sisterhood will be held on Monday,
    The Sabbath dinner (riven last january 6th, in Kaplan Hall, at
    Friday night in honor of Rabbi 2:80 o'clock, with Mrs. I. Levin
    with any number of others as to
    just what Judaism is.
    The modern liberal movement in a Jewish nationality, but claim
    that they belong to the Jewish
    race. Are they Jews? Is a Nor-
    dic who believes in Judaism a
    Jew?
    Is one a Jew because he be-
    lieves in Judaism ? Or because he
    believes in Zionism, that is Jew-
    ish nationality? Or because he
    believes in a Jewish race? And
    what kind of Judaism must he be-
    lieve in?
    These are some of the question
    one must be prepared to answer in
    the modern world in order to know
    who is a JEW.
    To be continued next week.
    Meanwhile, please Think, Work
    and Smile.
    JACOB H. KAPLAN', Ph. D.
    Judaism has or rather had a clear
    idea what a Jew is, or who is a
    few. But that is not so clear now.
    We had logically formulated: "A
    Jew is one who believes in Juda-
    ism," that is to say, a Jew is one
    who believes in the RELIGION of
    the Jew.
    This is quite clear, simple, and
    has worked for a while. We Re-
    form Jews lived and died by that
    explanation of the Jew.
    If a man does not believe in the
    Jewish religion, and probably
    shows it by not joining a congre-
    gation, he is not a Jew.
    We were asked many questions
    about citizenship even by Napo-
    leon, and the answer was every-
    charge, in the rabbi's study.
    Tin dinner was catered bv Mr. wi P*ak "" "The Influence of
    A luncheon in honor of Dr. Baron of the William Penn Hotel Early Training on the Child." Mrs.
    Stephen S. Wise will be held either and the service was perfect. There Larry Fay will be heard in a group
    the day of thi address or thi day were over 200 people present. Mr. "' on8-
    after, depending on the time Dr. Herbert U. Feibelman, president rhe next illla,r '" th s,sU''"- .
    Wise will have. A meeting to be of the Temple, acted as toastmas- h"'"' wil1 '"' a complimentary =
    addressed by Mrs. Wise will be ter in his most inimitably genial k'1"1"""1 bridge, to be given by
    held some time during their stay way. There were present Mr. Day Sears. Roebuck & Co. on Tuesday,
    Definite announcements later. J. Apte, Mr. Feibelman and Mr. ''""'I'>' fth, at l p. m., in the
    regular monthly board Mendelson of New Orleans, the ;:l"ilU,ni"" of the 8tore-, ReBer-
    meeting of th ti m] le will take three men who cam, to Cincinnati vtions may be made with Mrs.
    pace Tue-day evening, January 7. to engage Dr. Kaplan for this po- Samuel Katz. 'ban-man. or Mrs.
    Each oui wa called on to R-Miles, also at the Temple office
    ,,..,,. k in the mornings. Price of admis-
    sion i- 35 cents.
    The luncheon will begin at I p.
    ii'. and will be followed by a fash-
    ion show in which members of the
    sisterhood will participate. The
    week ago was : this >un- iternood, but Mr. ., ... .... ,
    , ,, ,,. .lire will follow. A special prize
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    a fi w well chosen
    ---------------------------------------- uoid-. presented Dr. Kaplan with
    Hanukkah play present wrist watch. It was to be
    day morning for the benefit of and Mrs. Richter insisted on a
    children who wen i the gift themselves. Dr.
    It was delightfully Kaplan was overwhelmed with the
    an i ai tist ii all) n ted ] atl wn him. and sa i
    i ank that without the Sisterhood the
    \. i'. :' were:
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    Aronovitz, Teddy Plant, hi
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    eeting <>f the Cheaed
    EfJSS. Ja-ry 6th, at
    K "-"Ti,,,m"'
    tlfwhen important business
    Tfttnsacted. Mr., laido;
    I"!n ufl all who have cast-oil
    C*" desire to help the
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    tSffl.dav evenmg, January
    Kb when prises will be awarded
    CTrefreshments served Mrs. D.
    &er is chairman of the com-
    tw arranging this affair.
    . Mr and Mrs. Samuel Stein, 144C
    Ibdid ave., Miami Beach, have as ,
    barguesti >'"> JCK 8tein
    I, relent at Johns Hopkins Uni-
    |ttrsuy Baltimore! Melvin Stein,,
    Lent at Philadelphia Textile
    Lino]; Ben Wolfe, who attends
    bCollege of New York, and Sid
    ,ldstein. a Btudent at Brooklyn
    I CollV-
    *
    Cadet Richard S. Weinjrarten,
    Indent in New York Military
    lAcademy. accompanied by his fa-1
    Jther, Saul A. Weingarten, and Col.
    C Dnshkind of New York ar-
    Lved this week to spend New|
    Itw'j with Cadet Weingarten's
    kdmother, Mrs. David Weiner,
    lit 1760 Lenox ave.

    Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall of
    liii X. E. Twenty-fifth st., an-
    liouncc the engagement of their
    Itachtcr, Miss Cecile Wall, to Al-
    Ifnd G. Burjter of New York City.
    Miss Wall was graduated from
    Itahtr College and is now a stu-
    Ident at the Julliard School of Mu-
    [sii. Mr. Burger attended the Uni-
    Ittrsity of Florida, and was grad-
    Inted from the Fordham Univer-
    | i department.
    Mr. and Mrs. Wall entertained
    |Sonday at a reception from 3 to 6
    p. m., at their home.
    Friends of the bride-elect and
    |sts attended.
    *
    Dr. and Mrs. Max Ghertler en-
    Itertained at dinner Friday evening
    it their home in honor of Dr. and
    |Hrs. William hinder of New
    llork. whii are moving to Miami to
    |'-fi'ie.
    The table was appointed with a
    Ismter arrangement of roses en-
    |wcled with four tapers in holders.
    Other guests were Dr. and Mrs.
    |Jhn Under, Judge and Mrs. Ben-
    l.win Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Syd-
    m L. Weintraub, Dr. Hamilton
    |tok, Dr. Isador Seff and Dr. Rob-
    | Williams.
    *
    The Miami Playhouse will open
    j January 6th with a brilliant
    last of player-.
    I The first play to be presented is
    t Marian's," a new comedy writ*
    Near as guest star. Miss Tay-
    r. famous star of "Peg o' My
    *." "Out There," "Humor-
    e" and many other great suc-
    will be supported by the
    phattan Re] ertory Theatre Com.
    Q'.all the mi mbera of which are
    known in New York and Lon-
    r The principal male roles will
    [ 'W'd by Stiano Braggiotti and
    Mall I his
    In the "(;
    Ploridian,
    This is:
    Richard Hopkins, who has had
    many years of experience as a
    New York theatre manager- and is
    treasurer of the Ugunquit Play-
    house. The settings will be de-
    signed by Alexis Radkow, with
    Gibbons Ash as technical director.
    Both these young men received
    their training at the Yale Drama
    School and are at Mr. Hartwig'a
    staff at Ogunquit.

    Kennel Club
    Extends Greeting

    The Miami Playhouse is located
    on N. W. North River Drive at N.
    \V. Third st., only a few blocks
    from the center of Miami, in the
    building formerly known as the
    Scottish Rite Temple.
    * *
    An unusually large number of
    friends attended the formal open-
    ing of the Goldstein & Gilbert
    Restaurant at 645 Collins ave.,
    Miami Beach, New Year's Day.
    This marks the 12th anniversary
    of Mrs. Rose Goldstein's operation
    of restaurants in Miami and Miami
    Beach, during which time she has
    established a reputation for splen-
    did food, efficient service and rea-
    sonable price*. For the past sev-
    eral years Mr. Gilbert, her son-in-
    law, has been associated with her
    in the operation of the restaurant.
    They also operate hotels and res-
    taurants at Far Rockaway and
    New York and at Saratoga
    Spring*, All baking is done on
    the premises. Regular banquet
    dinners will be served every day.
    Kennel i
    :
    I
    City )
    -Nam.' ol school 1
    and keiuu
    ........ lr_ ))
    m now on
    tter, and with the
    reyhound* .- .
    ^ J'sca>'ne- th*t "rill .....an that
    "': ana aa well -.- .i, ,
    bpite the rival attraction of taining by Mis. Xorma Si. greyhound
    theOrange Bowl football game, son and Mis, Sally Goodk t has ever 1.....,.....|nct.
    |Trfcal lark on New Year's Day A avenger hunt and ol mes '" ftu country-
    sa-a crowd estimated B| more were enioved iim-i,,., *i. t
    th, eighteen thousand enjoy the a buffet^suptrwa^emd Am2 *%??*"*
    thiinK finishes of the day's those present .. ** TA?'
    rafc The high mark for the par- n,. Sally G.....Ikov ._. thl. w \' .'" /*
    maela was reached when more -...... Benne, Fu.tz, Bobby ,,vin. J^^FtTSlZ1*
    th two hundred thousand dollars Barbara Uuis, I. breeding what ey ,.,'X r
    P-l through the window, and sephine Levin. So Norm, dogs a Slack SS*!l 1^
    w. wagered on the results. Of- Simpson, Phi. KapJan. Janice Ma- -hey said that... th thn
    t.ls ol the track who were op- gid, Sonny Zimmerman, Norman .hey had been racing ,- .vh.,m
    tiltic as to the advantages of Fink, M.Urice Fink, Hose 1-arrak, or breeding the, h, I v hi
    aaarly start of the season this Raymond Webb, Henrietta Webb, .> on any' track or* .
    > are mure than satisfied with Raymond Kutner, Ida Engler, Mrs. place the great number of ITS
    th-esults so far. having handled Suly. G, R....., Mr. and Mrs. Har- topnotch greyhounds as there iai
    na than twenty per cent more rj Zukernik, Miss Irene Farr, .Mrs. the B -nan,- this year owh
    Hugh the mutuela this year de- M. Koven, Wait,., Bellinby and M. you want the beat jut'am out to
    sf the earlier beginning than M th.. If, -,,.. i,. .-..:...... .
    Ii year-. The track attendance
    -rowing larger each day be-
    c* of the splendid racing now
    bg offered.
    the Biscayne, the friendly track.
    rs. Ida Optner entertained
    1 Sunday at her home in cele-
    lion of the 18th birth.lay of h :
    : Seraour, and the birthday of
    daughter, Mrs. .lack Win iton
    Chicago, 111., who is noM
    her. She was assisted in en-
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    Page Eight

    I
    One Of the most powerful and
    beautiful love stories ever filmed
    will be shown Sunday at the Tiv-
    oli Theatre when Samuel Gold-
    wyn's production, "The Dark An-
    gel," starring Fredric March,
    Merle Oberon and Herbert Mar-
    shall, shows for an additional
    three-day engagement
    The story, which is set in a corner of lovely rural England,
    follows the lives of a woman, Kit-
    ty Vane (Merle Oberon) and two
    men, Ah.n Trent (Fredric March)
    and Gerald Shannon (Herbert Mar-
    shall). Since childhood, Kitty has
    adored Alan, and Gerald has
    adored Kitty. The war takes both
    men and in the trenches there
    be held during February.
    *
    ("apt. T. D. Upton, an executive
    meember of the Florida Crippled
    Children's Society, will be the prin-
    cipal speaker at the meeting of the
    Miami section of the National
    Council of Jewish Women at 2 p.
    ! m. Friday at the Royal Palm Club.
    Following the business session, the
    group will present a council ania-
    1 teur hour.
    The part of Major Howes will
    be played by Mrs. George Cohen,
    and that of Graham McNanwe l>y
    Mrs. J. N. Morris. Those appear-
    ing on the afternoon's program will
    i be: Mrs. .lack Olshen, Mrs. Daniel
    j Cromer, Mrs. Edward Freidman,
    1 Mrs. Samuel Resnick, Miss Shirley
    THE JEWISH FLORIIHAN
    Levy, Mrs. Ida Optner, Miss Mor-
    ris and -Mis- Marion F Bd. Visi
    iting council members and friends
    are invited to attend.
    * *
    Editor,
    The Jewish Floridian,
    P. (). Box 27:i,
    City.
    Deal- Sir:
    For the benefit of Jewishjcon-
    grcgations throughout the
    try, 1 would like you to p
    the telegram of Rabbi and 1
    Max Shapiro, as a suggestion
    a congregation should celebrat the
    birthday of its rabbi
    Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan,
    C 0 Temple Israel, Miami. FU
    Dear Sir:
    Friday, January 3 J
    hk-on-
    Lun-
    pullish
    Accept our sincerest felicita-
    tion-. May your birthday anniver-
    sary create the opportunities for
    taking on part of your con-
    gregants to uphold your ideals in
    behalf of truth and righteousness
    for Israel's sake and humanity's
    weal. May you continue for many
    years to serve the Lord our God
    and Israel our people,
    (signed)
    RABBI AND MRS. MAX
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    comes to Alan the realization of
    his love for Kitty. Home on leave,
    he tells her of his love, but their
    plans to many are shattered by a
    Budden call cancelling all leaves.
    Prominent in the imposing sup-
    porting cast are Janet Beecher,
    John Halliday, Henrietta Crosman
    and Frieda Inescort.
    Bing I 1 by, world famous
    crooner and probably one of the
    most popular American idols of
    the radio and Bcreen, is teamed
    with the inimitable W. C. Field
    star comedian in "Mississippi,"
    coming to the Seventh Avenue
    Theatre next Sunday and Monday.
    Plan- for the annual evening si-
    multaneous card party to be held
    at hotel- and apartment houses of
    this area for the benefit of the
    Jewish Welfare Bureau will be an-
    nounce! shortly. The event is to
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