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The Jewish Floridian ( February 14, 1936 )

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wJemsti IFIIaridliiai m COMBINING TKlC JCWKSKl HJnSty Vol. 9—No. 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1936 Price Five Cents Exposition Will Joint Campaign Composer Quits Temple Israel Aid Charities Daniel Frohman, veteran showman and foremost producer on the American stage today, will arrive this afternoon in the interests of the Better Housing Exposition, of which he is the honorary president. He will be welcomed by representatives of all cities of the Greater Miami area, heads of the chambers of commerce and leaders in the civic and welfare work of the community. The Better Housing Exposition of Greater Miami is headed by W. Keith Phillips, who is president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce. He is being assisted by prominent members of the community, among whom are Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Mark Max and Sidney H. Palmer, president of Beth David Congregation, who is secretary. The show is being sponsored locally by the Actors' Fund of America, of which Daniel Frohman is president, and the Harvey Seeds Post of the American Legion. The exposition will be held the latter part of March and will combine with it shows in which leading actors of the country will appear It has for its purpose the stimulation of interest in the erection and purchase of homes throughout the entire area. In connection with the exposition a slogan contest is being staged, "Why I would like to own a home in Greater Miami," and five homes will be awarded to the winners. Some 16,000 theatres throughout the country are co-operating in the contest through Frohman's efforts. They will show motion pictures of Miami night life and sell tickets permitting the holder to send in a slogan. The model homes here will be given for the best slogans on the subject, "Why I would like to own a home in Greater Miami." Among the beneficiaries of the proceeds of the exposition are the Jewish Welfare Bureau, Beth David Synagogue, the Miami Y. M. H. A., the Southeastern Children's Home and the Catholic Charities. Other Jewish organizations are being contacted and will also be allotted a share of the proceeds. The formal opening of the Free Slogan Contest Home will be held at one of the homes to be awarded, 975 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle, Miami Beach, which Mr. Frohman will officially dedicate. The public is invited to attend and inspect the home. Headquarters of the Better Housing Exposition Committee are in the old postoffice building and are in charge of W. L. B. Van Dyke. Begins Here Olympic Office Sponsors Dinner An auspicious start was given the local joint campaign for the j United Palestine Appeal and the Joint Distribution Committee when a group of prominent residents and tourists met on the Betsy L. Ill last Sunday afternoon and more [ than six thousand dollars was raised towards the fifteen thousand-dollar goal set for Greater Miami. After listening to adHarvard Again Refuses Gift Cambridge, Mass. (WNS)—An offer of a gift of $10,000 to Harvard university from Ernst (Putzi) Hanfstaengl, Nazi press chief and close friend of Hitler, has been refused by the university, it is announced here The grounds for the refusal are the same as when Harvard rejected a Hanfstaengl gift of $1,000 in 1934, when Dr. James B. Conant, president of the uniJUDGE WILLIAM LEWIS 1 dresses by Mr. William Taradash, general chairman of the local campaign, and by Harry I. Lipton and | Harry Simonhoff, co-chairmen of i the campaign, $500 each was contributed by Leon Sigmund, Philip Liberman, William Taradash, Mar. kowitz & Resnick, Benjamin E. | Bronston; $250 each by Sam Blank, Harry Sirkin, J. Richter, B. F. i Schoenberg, Morris and Harry Rubin; $200 each by J. N. Morris, Jonas Behrman, Day J. Apte, Geo. Goldberg; $100 each by Joseph [ Wien, Harry Koretzky, Morris Ali pert, Jake Scher, J. M. Rose, Louis | Karlebach, Harry Simonhoff, H. I. | Lipton, J. M. Eisenberg, Ben Turchin and Morris Schwinger, Jesse Adler, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Harry Geist, M. S. Rubin, Elder I Markson, Julius Simpson, Moses Krieger and Norman Liebling, $50 1 each by Auby Keoskie and Leonard Barr. At a meeting of professional and business men held at the Hotel Ur| mey Wednesday an inspiring address was delivered by Judge Wili Ham Lewis of Philadelphia, naI tional vice-chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, and a substantial sum of money was raised from those attending. Henry D. Williams presided and appeals were made by H. I. Lipton and Harry Simonhoff. Members of the committee urge that all residents send their contributions to the officers of the i committee or Mr. Day J. Apte, treasurer, to insure the quota being rasied within the next week. San Diego, Calif. (WNS)— Charles Wakeficld Cadman, eminent American composer and descendant of a patriot in George Washington's army, has resigned his membership on the committee of American musicians and composers named to select American music for the Olympic games festival in Benin, in an open letter to the press of the United States and Canada, Mr. Cadman announced his withdrawal as being due to his conviction that the United States should not participate in the Olympic games if held in Germany. The text of his letter follows: "A clipping from a New York newspaper reached me recently wherein it was announced that I was a member of the music committee whose duty it is to choose American music for the forthcoming Olympic games festival in Germany. If I gave my consent to serve on such a committee, it was before I learned definitely and specifically of the attitude of llerr Hitler in regard to the persecution of racial and religious groups and the suppression of civil liberties. I have asked that my name be not used in any way in connection with the music committee %d by this action I am not reflecting on the personal ideas of my American colleagues who may still be on the music committee, but merely voicing my own personal convictions in the matter, these convictions being that I cannot conscientiously believe it to be to America's advantage to participate in the Olympic games if they are held in One of the outstanding events of the current winter season will be the annual dinner dance sponsored by Temple Israel and its Sisterhood at the New Frolics Club Sunday evening, February 16th, when outstanding stars of this area will be on hand to contribute entertainment for this gala event. The usual floor show will be augmented j by stars of other clubs. A numI ber of notables in the life of American Jewry are among the guests who have promised to attend. The proceeds of this event will be used for the mortgage re; tirement fund of the Temple and a cordial invitation is extended to i all residents and tourists to attend this event. Reservations may be made with Mr. Abe Aronovitz, general chairman; Mrs. Tobias Simon, chairman of the women's division, or any member of the committee. Assisting in the arrangements are Mesdames Morris Plant, Mitchel I Wolfson, H. U. Feibelman, I. L. Seligman, Marvin Bronner, Isaac Levin, M. L. Marcus and Louis Zeientz, and Messrs. Dr. Frank \ Coret, Max Orovitz, I). J. Apte, H. U. Feibelman, M. L. Marcus, Leon. ; ard Epstein, Harry V. Simon, E. j Max Goldstein and I. Levin. This dinner is an annual event of the i Temple and is one of the most enjoyable events of the year. Strictly Confidential TidbltB From Everywhere By PHINEAS J. BIRON Politically Speaking The anti-Roosevelt Democrats in the South are doing their best to revive the Ku Klux Klan spirit Almost all of the speakers at the Macon meeting of anti-New Dealers hammered away at the idea that "Southern Christians" must battle the Roosevelt administration The irony of this is that the same crowd that's now using a religious argument against FDR employed the same weapon against Al Smith in 1928, and now Al is tied up with that bunch. Nazi Germany. As a descendant of a patriot in the army of George Washington and as an American believing in the utmost freedom of speech and of full religious and civil liberty and racial tolerance, I feel I must be firm in this decision." NEW BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE versity, declared that no gift could be accepted from one closely allied with a government that interferes with educational freedom. Hanfstaengl's new offer came as a result of a form letter requesting support of Harvard's 300th anniversary fund, which had been sent j to 65,000 Harvard alumni Bon Voyage When the delegation of British Jews arrived here last month the party consisted of four When they left it consisted of three Simon Marks, the department store magnate, extended his stay in order to take a rest in Florida But don't try to look him up there because he's registered under another name Sir Herbert Samuel made considerable political progress while in this country On his last visit to the United States he was received by the president of the United States in his office This time he conferred with FDR in the latter's private chambers The real story back of Marks' attack on the executive of the Jewish Agency at the Palestine conference is as follows Some smart aleck declared that Marks was only Weizmann's fairhaired boy, thus giving the impression that Marks had no mind of his own ... To prove that he had he jumped on the Executive We understand that the anonymous non-Jew mentioned by Sir Herbert Samuel as having donated a sizeable donation to the German Jewish relief fund is prominently identified with the Rockefeller interests. Hitleriana The state department now has. a comprehensive first hand picture of Jewish conditions in Germany The study was made by Undersecretary of State Phillips, who just returned from a flying visit to the Third Reich H. V. Kaltenborn, radio commentator and lecturer, thinks that Goebbels is the world's most dangerous man We can't help wondering how Sir Alfred Beit, South Africa's Jewish diamond king, enjoyed the Miami house party at which he shared the guest of honor position with Prince and Princess von Bismarck, Naziland's good will ambassadors to America's four hundred. The new synagogue of Beth Jacob at Miami Beach is now being erected at the corner of Washington and Third sts., Miami Beach, adjoining the present edifice, which will be converted into a Talmud Torah. TO HONOR SZOLD Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) A popular country-wide three-day campaign for the Henrietta Szold fund was started in Palestine. The object is to establish a social welfare project in the name of the 75-year-old Zionist leader, who is now active as head of the youth department of the Jewish Agency's Bureau for the Settlement of German Jews.



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Page Two THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Friday, February 14, 1936 The Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah will present Mrs. Sanford Marcus of Montgomery, Ala., president of "The Southern Region of Hadassah," at a Sabbath tea Saturday, February 15th, at 3 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Berlin, 945 Meridian ave., Miami 0 f Pennsylvania, is tendering a Beach, under the guidance of Mrs. motion picture show at the card Max Dobrin. Presiding at the tea i 0 om of the Blackstone Hotel Fritable will be Mrs. Joseph Williamj day evening, February 14th, at son and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. An 7:30 o'clock, to which all children invitation is extended to all visitchaperoned by their parents are ing members of Hadassah. invited to attend. • • Mrs. A. Franklyn Friedman will The Gay Nineties Review will be in charge of the bridge tea bebe held on March 15th at the Mahi ing sponsored by the Miami chapShrine Temple for the benefit of ter of Senior Hadassah Monday the Jewish Welfare Bureau Ladies' afternoon, February 24th, at 2 Auxiliary. Full details will apo'clock in the Mayflower Hotel Aspe ar in our next issue. sisting Mrs Friedman will be Mrs. l • Ben London as co-chairman, Mrs. Mrs j ack Simon, Miss Muriel Leonard Finn will preside at the oilman of Montreal, Mrs. Saul punch bowl, Mrs. J. M. Lipton will B Optner and Mr. and Mrs. Louis have charge of the prizes. Mrs. Levin of Chicago are spending: the Ben Margolis and Mrs. Albert E. wintel in Miami. Rosenthal will head the receiving • line, assisted by Mrs. Nathaniel A met;ng of the board of directors of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the synagogue Tuesday evening, February 18th, at 8 o'clock. Important matters will be considered. At the late services tonight at Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will preach on "The Value of the Ten Commandments." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services. Saturday morning Sidney Eisman, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Eisman of New York, will be Bar Mitzva. He will recite the Brown, Mrs. Harry Kerzin, Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Schonfeld entertained a group of friends last SunSIDNEY H. PALMER New President of Beth David Synagogue A. M. Reeder, Mrs. Beulah Simon, day b honQr of her siste ,.. in law Mrs. Jack Stone. Sidney H. Palmer. prominent Mrs. Dora Krug of New York and merchant and active communal Bridge, poker, mah jongg and Njw j crsev worker, was unanimously chosen as president of Beth David CongreAn important meeting of the La. nation to succeed Mr Harry Gordies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew"'"•"'• resigned. Mr. Abe kronenfeld was named vice-president to fill the vacancy created by Mr. The Miami section of the National Conference of Jews and Christians will observe the first day of the two days' celebration by radio addresses and an interdenominational banquet at the Urmey Hotel Saturday night, February 22. Those who desire to attend are urged to communicate with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan or Mr. Isidor Cohen, and are urged to bring a friend of another faith with them. Beth Jacob Sisterhood is sponsoring a card party for the benefit of its Talmud Torah fund Tuesday evening, February 18th, at the Oasis, Eighth and Washington sts.. Miami Beach, to which the public is invited. Refreshments will be served and prizes awarded for high scores. Rabbi E. Rosenbloom, father of Haftoro and speak briefly. Rabbi I Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Rosenbloom will then speak and Miami Beach, left for his home in the boy will be presented the Bar Denver. Col., last Monday, after Mitzva certificate by Mr. Philip spending several weeks as the Liberman, president of the congreguest of his son and daughter-ingation. law. pokeno will be played. Tickets can be purchased from any of the committee or at the hotel. The public it invited. Several hundred residents and tourists attended the meeting of the local B'nai B'rith lodge laii Palmer's choice as president lXth. at the synagogue. All '. members anurged to attend. The Miami unit of Junior Hadassah entertained its officers, members anil escorts with a cockFollowing his election Mr. I'alm• r was given a pledge of support by the entire board of directors of Beth David, and announced that he would inaugurate a plan to co-ordinate the various activities of the %  nt of the lodge, ami Rabbi Jatail h "'', '"' *,ek The guests ^.^ ^ ^ affi ja .,. 1 „.. met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ganizations so that interests the ceremonies. A musical pro'* e P* u l ['"<. Miami Beach, Jewry in thi _, ar( a would H mate gram was presented by Mr. ami ; tht >' went "' the rial TEMPLE ISRAEL \ Invites You to Its DINNER DANCE at the New Frolics Club l.'Hh St. and the Causeway Sunday, February 16th BEGINNING AT !> P. M. <. Charge S2.50 per Plate Make your reservations now. with Mr. Abe Aronovitz or any •; Mrs. William Friedman, Milton A. Floridian Hotel for dancing. ivanced. • %  ywftwyv w wi number of the committee IVUWI rM Friedman and Mrs. J. Kngler. Ad'" the receiving line were Mrs. dresses during the evening were Williamson, Miss Sylvia Rayvis, made bv Stanley C. Myers, who deiliss Beatrice Goldenblank and scribed the work of the Leo N. Mrs. Murry Grossman. The reLevy Hospital, operated by B'nai freshment table was beautifully B'rith at Hot Springs; Mr. J. Sadecorated with ferns and flowers, lus of Pennsylvania, who spoke on Honorary patrons for the event B'nai B'rith "activities; Harry Siwere: Mr. and Mrs. Sol I.usky. Mr. monhoff, who spoke on the work and Mrs. Williamson, Dr. and Mrs. of the joint Palestine and J. D. C. Barney Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl appeal in Greater Miami, and Mrs. Weinkle. Halpern of New York, who spoke on the anti-Nazi movement. More than a thousand guests attended the fashion show sponsored Mis. Bertha B. Levy, owner and by the Senior Council of Jewish director of the Camp Wohelo for Women last Wednesday at the Girls in the Blue Ridge mountains Louis B. Olin estate at Palm Is— land, and enjoyed the splendid ex• v/c Sun.-Mon., Feb. 1*1-17 Betty Furness George Burns—Gracie Allen HERE COMES COOKIE njtK AVENUE Sun.-Mon., Feb. 16-17 Allison Skipworth Mae Clarke—Jimmy Ellison HITCH HIKE LADY hibition of the latest styles. Mrs. Julius Washer will deliver the invocation and Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom the benediction at the February meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfaie Bureau Monday, February 17th. at 2 p. m. in the Mayflower Hotel, Miami Beach. Mothers' and Daughtrs' Day will be observed with a musical program presented under the direction of Mrs. Bertha B. Levy. Participating in the musical part of the meeting will be Evelyn Raff. Mrs. Larry Fay. Mrs H. U. Feibelman, Mrs. If, L, Cowen, Mrs. S. Resnick. Mrs. E. Friedman, Mrs. 11. I. Magid, Rosemary Gerson and Mrs. A. Hirtenstein. Mrs. Leonard Epstein will IKguest speaker. Members and friends are asked to attend. CB 0 Per Annum Paid Since Chartered by L'. S. Government FEDER\L SAVINGS^ FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI GROUND FLOOR—CONGRESS BLDG. Safety of Your Savings Insured Up to $5,000 Tune in UijAM "lulic. Program" 6:43 I'. M. Men. & Fri.. 7:08 I'. M. Sun. Your favorite hats I'lrciiiiituiiiiil r i IIIIIIIN! II1IIHII1 iiiiiiii'xiiiiiiiimmiimi.iiiiiii \3c are ^in th Budget Shop f %  1 3 .98 to Ceremonial Accessories for home and synagogue— Burdine's Main Store. Fourth Flour. "s\ MIAMI mi MIAMI BEACH Hats off to these winners! Felts, straws, fabrics—in the wearable styles the gay new colors ... the rakish lines of the moment! Hats that take the hardship out of budgeting made to adorn your wardrobe and leave you a pleasant surplus besides! IAIN STORE, BUDGET SHOPS. SECOND KLOOK



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Friday, February 14, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti florid fan FLORIDA 5 ONLY 'KWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY fcjr the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2V73 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5304 EDITORIAL OFFICES: 621 S. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-1186 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation MnnogL-r CAN'TOR BORIS SCIILACIIMAN Field Representative Entered us second class matter July 4, 1!30. nt the Post Offire mt Hi.'iml, Florida under the Act of M:irch 3, 1679. ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative WEST PALM BEACH S. SCHUTZER Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. S. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative Six Months One Year SUBSCRIPTION .....$1.0 62.00 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1936 Vol. 9—No. 7 Occasional Jews, Only! Last Wednesday Judge Willam Lewis, one of the outstanding Jewish figures of this country, was invited to address a luncheon meeting for the purpose of meeting the Jewish lawyers, dentists, doctors and the other professional men of Greater Miami. It was for the purpose of hearing him outline conditions affecting Jewry throughout the world in the interest of the joint appeal for Palestine and the Joint Distribution Committee. Invitations were issued to more than one hundred and twenty-five comprising but a portion of the professional Jewish life of this area. Judge Lewis arrived, he spoke feelingly and splendidly. Hut only ten lawyers, and fourteen others, several of whom were business men, appeared. We cannot help but agree with one of the speakers, who termed the absentees as "occasional Jews," those who became such when they needed a favor when they were candidates for office ... or when they espoused the cause of some candidate. It is about time that the Jewish community forced these colorless individuals particularly the professional man, who ought to know and do his duty, at least by appearing to realize that it would not tolerate them Only those may be termed Jews who by their acts are Jews One must become identified with the work of the Jewish community or forfeit his right to recognition as a Jew. It is not yet too late we sincerely hope that the Jews who have been honored by call to a profession will realize their duty and, realizing that duty perform it. Think, Work and Smile By JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. I). Why Question Hotels? "Why do you go after the hotels?" was a question propounded to me the other day by a gentleman who is sincere in his attempt to do the right thing. "Are there not others v ho are violating Jewish laws kashrus and other things why single them out?" It is a question that deserves a reply. At the outset let it be definitely understood that the Jewish Floridian does not set itself up as the mentor or guide of one's morals. It does accept the duty synonymous with those of a decent and self-respecting Jewish publication. Whether a hotel catering to the people proposes to conduct itself as kosher or not does not in the least concern us. But when a Jewish hotel advertises or holds itself out to the public as "kosher" or 'dietary laws observed," and in that manner deliberately deceives its patrons who are paying and paying plentifully for that "kashrus," that does concern us and when that hotel knowingly and willfully purchases non-kosher meats for the purpose of defrauding their patrons religion is no longer involved. It becomes a simple matter of honesty. The Supreme Court of the United States, in upholding the kosher laws of the state of New York, definitely placed this question "not as a matter of religion, but as a matter of common honesty." In all fairness a questionnaire was submitted to every hotel at Miami Beach, which would disclose, if properly and fully answered, the real truth of the matter. Answers were received from every hotel but Hotel Helcne, Mayflower Hotel, Bitter's Hotel, Luber's London Arms Hotel, Nemo Hotel and the Belvedere Hotel. These hotels cannot face the truth or thev would have replied. MR. HELLER OF THE HELENE HOTEL DEFINITELY TELLS US THAT IT IS NONE OF OUR BUSINESS TO INQUIRE. WE NOW PUBLICLY ASK OF MR. HELLER: IS IT TRUE THAT YOU PURCHASE YOUR MEATS FROM LOCAL PROVISION HOUSES, WHO SELL NOTHING BUT TREIFAH MEATS? IS IT NOT ALSO TRUE THAT We do not know why we are horn, nor how, nor what is the meaning of life. We do not know what is life. We do not appreciate the god that is in us when two human beings in ecstasy become the authors of a human being, a complete, most wonderful, perfect human babe. Countless cells, nerves, muscle g, organs, glands so adjusted and integrated as to i. able t<• function as human being, thinking, feeling, digesting, self-regulating. None of these things we know, nor understand, or even think about, and yet I was thinking lately whether we believe in (iod, or only make believe, or just don't think and don't care. The feeding of the body takes up so much time, and the pampering of the body wants and spirit wants engage us so completely that we probably never really think of the inter-relations of God and man. The story is told that a very rich Jew wanted to get a brilliant student for a son-in-law (the greatest honor that can come to a rich Jew), and so he went to a renowned Yeshiba, college, and asked the president for a young man to marry his daughter. He explained how rich he is and that he wants the brightest student in the school. The president recommended his finest scholar, and the couple in due time were married. After a few months the rich father returns to the college and tells the president that the young man he recommended as son-in-law is not as brilliant as he is supposed to be; in fact, he is insane. "Inseiie!" cried vhe president. "Why, he is the finest student I ever had at this Yeshiba. this college! What makes you say he is Insane?" "Why, my dear president, he sits up every night and reads the Psalms. "My dear sir, is that the reason you consider him insane ? I read the Psalms every night myself, and I am not insane." "Yes," said the rich man, "you read the Psalms and thus you make a living, but that boy, he does not need it any more, he is really sincere about it!" And so it happens that many of us now think that when the rabbi speaks about God he is doing that because he makes his living that way. When, however, a man does not make his living that way, there is no need to talk any more about God. I have been thinking lately whether it may not be, after all, a fact that the Jews have been given a gnat task to perform, the Torah to learn and to teach, and to practice, and that all the suffering of Israel may be due to the [act that we do not take seriously the commission which God has entrusted unto us. We talk and talk, and plan, and execute, and find our little niche in the world's work, and feel for a time that all is well because food and raiment are in abundance, an 1 we even gain the respect and admiration of our fellow men. And YET, I tremble to say it, and YET, may it not. be that God is in earnest with us, that we must not forget the meaning of OUR life and the work for which we have been chosen! Perhaps, after all, we are to be An Open Letter My Fellow Jews: After all is said and done, I know I can always count on you when it comes to help and aid those who are in need. It is for thai reason thai I am addressing this letter lo you about the second annual "Night of Stars" benefit performance for the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Last year the affair was not only a sellout, but we turned away several hundred or mure. For that reason we look the Olympia Theatre this season, and the management has cancelled their regularly scheduled evening show for February I sib to allow us to put on a 9 p. m. performance. Farl Carroll, in facl, is sending all :i(> of his "most beautiful girls in the world" to do a number. Moon and Revel, those comical dancers so popular with resorters and .Miamians alike, will offer several routines. The Kit/. Brothers wired in that they will not only appear in person, but will bring along the entire revue from Ihe Hangar of the Fleet wood Hotel. Ira's Supper Club, Town Casino, Club Bagdad, Minsky's Music Hall are among the clubs which have promised to help. Last year's affair was outstanding in that EVERY NAME AND ACT THAT WAS BILLED TO APPEAR SHOWED IP AS SCHEDcome a priest people and a holy nation! When I was a student some of our professors used to ridicule the idea that the Jews could ever get the sultan's consent to occupy Palestine, even as many of our .lews ridicule the fact that We are Jews by religion. The whole business of religion is meaningless to many of our people. PERHAPS we are reminded in providential ways that we must NEVER forget our work of studying and observing the Torah, to the end that we become a priest people and a holy nation. PERHAPS we suffer in undreamed-of ways because God really wants us to pay attention to what HIS work is on earth, and not to forget it. PERHAPS God is in earnest with us Jews. Perhaps these peoples who oppress us are the instruments in God's hands to remind us, and stir us up not so much for self-protection as for selfrealization. PERHAPS God really means that we are not to fail nor be discouraged until we have set JUSTICE in all the earth. PERHAPS our suffering is a mark of divine love, and that, even though, like Jonah, we be swallowed by great monsters, we cannot escape the purpose of God anil the responsibility He has placed on us. PERHAPS, who knows? Who cares to know? I LED. and those who attended were unanimous in their praise of the performance. With this year's program in such capable hands, we all feel sure that the entertainment offered will exceed anything ever staged before in Florida. Incidentally, a percentage of the gross receipts will be sent to the American Federation of Actors, which cares for the hospital at Sar. anac: the Catholic Theatrical Guild, the Jewish Theatrical Guild, the Actors' Dinner fund and eight or nine other theatrical charities. It was Sophie Tucker's idea, and we thought it no more than fair that the performers who so willingly donate Iheir services should be recognized and their own charities taken care of. Our old friend, Sophie Tucker, heads the entertainment committee again, with Earl Carroll and Lou Holtz. They are arranging a program which promises to be the most elaborate ever presented on a local stage. Sophie has personally promised to have every name of note in the theatrical and radio world wintering here on the program. Every club in the area is co-operating in sending their featured performers. And, speaking of charity, need I tell you that the Jewish Welfare Bureau at all times cares for indigent men, women and children, rehabilitates homes, provides food, shelter and clothing and bears the enviable reputation of never having turned down a worthy case. Tickets for the "Night of Stars" are going fast, and it looks like it will again be a sellout. Ed Sullivan (famous columnist) promised not only to put in an appearance, but will also act as master of ceremonies for part of the show. 1 want you there because it will be your own that you will help. Sincerely, STANLEY C. MYERS, Pres. Jewish Welfare Bureau. Jewish Veterans To Broadcast The Jewish War Veterans of the United States will conduct its annual Washington's Birthday patriotic program over the Columbia Broadcasting System, national hookup, on February 22nd, from 1 to 1:80 p. m.. E. S. T. Mr. Albert W. Jacobson, commander of the Washington, D. C, Post No. 68, will present the national commander, Mr. Abraham Kraditor. who will preside, and will in turn introduce the guest speaker, Justice Ferdinand Pecora. The latter will speak from New York City. The army band of Washington will lender appropriate selections. YOU AT ALL TIMES TELL YOUR CLIENTELE AND THE ENTIRE WORLD THAT YOUR HOTEL IS STRICTLY KOSHER IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD? We have much evidence on this point, but would prefer having Mr. Heller give his own answers. Our columns are at your disposal, Mr. Heller. A Joint American Council for Boycott for the purpose of extending the boycott against German merchandise, goods and services and enlisting the co-operation of the widest ranks of the American people will be established according to an agreement between tho American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor Committee. The union of the boycott activities of both organizations, consummated on the third anniversary of the Hitler regime, has grown out of the increasing terror in Germany against all sections of the population. The Joint Council for Boycott, in its present form, is to be comprised of twenty representatives of ten each, divided between the two organizations. A national conference of all the affiliated organizations of the American Jewish Congress and tha Jewish Labor Committee will be called shortly to launch this program. Special efforts will be made to secure the assistance of organized labor in America and to pro. cure its co-operation against unloading of German goods from vessels, and the refusal of labor in shops or concerns where German raw material, half finished goods or machinery are being employed.



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Paje FOOT THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, February 14, 1930 MIAMI NOTES Hv HARRY SCHWARTZ M< irily we roll along witl ling affair proving more %  the previous In i ;. very enjoy• ening Misa [da ] %  %  ler, chairof the affair, arranged a dance contest that was duly awarded to A Rubin and his charming sister, Leona, who had just arrived from way down in Chattanooga, Tenn., to visit her many friendB. Second prise was awarded Moxie Schemer and Janet Marks, and third prize was won by Mortie Fay and his partner, .Miss Leah Alpern, who hails from down Charleston, S. C, way. Among the many visitors present were Joe Rosenberg of Indianapolis, Ind., Harry Fixler of New York City, Louis Kopchik of Boston, Mass., Miss Nettie May, out of New York City, and Miss Wilma Leichtman of Cleveland, O. It is interesting to note the various states represented by the present officers of the Y. M. H. A. Our president, Al Grossman, hails from New York City, along with Milton Friedman. Both were neighbors back in the land of Y'idden. Al Pallott, vice-president, comes from Louisiana, but is presently in a state of coma; Pete Silverman, secretary, calls his home Massachusetts; Al Reisman. corresponding secretary, migrated from the Cracker State of Georgia, along with Nat Blumberg, treasurer, and Al Rosenfield; Ben Serkin comes from Tennessee, Harry and Frank Rose were former residents of the state of Maryland, Phil and Al Berkowitz are a couple of real Florida Crackers, Carl Sokolow left New Joisey to make his home here and the writer happily names Shee. gaga. 111., as the home town, as long as it can be stated while in Miami, or God's country to those that have visited or made their home here. The "Y" basketball team has gone into complete oblivion. Reason is that last year most of the stars were idle and this year they are steadily employed. And now the junior division, not to be outdone by the senior groups, are making Tentative plans to hold a dance for March l at the "Y" clubrOOms. They have also selectCar Waste Oil? Comprrvninn I* Nred valve and rini; inh ? Mnlur Sea' recondition* engine while you wait S2..10 and up. Muney hark guarantee. Nut an oil. PBNTON SERVICE STATION N. E. 2nd .v., and 36th St. ed several committees of their group to confer with the men's' and women's divisions and get some lowdown on how to raise a bankroll and build up their chest—the treasure one. prime comedy favorites of radio, stage and screen, Gracie Allen and George Burns, otherwise known as Burns and Allen, whose latest fun film, "Here Comes Cookie," measures up as first rate giggle entertainment. Don't forget to tell your friends of the weekly dances held at the Miami Beach Country Club each Thursday. Tariff of r >0 cents will obtain your admittance, as well as help you meet i I I and new friends. A surprise birthday party was given in honor ol MisIda Engler, who just turned another leaf in her happy life, Wednesday. I 2th. 1 have promised t the age a sei Many new members have joined Up with the "V" and are deriving much pleasure from its activities. Tell your frier. ds to join, so you can see more of them hereafter. Hows about receiving some comment in regard to the "Y" conducting weekly Sunday night dances'.' Write to 1667 S. W. Fifth St., Y. M. II. A.. Miami, Fla. Gartner, tonight, Friday, February 14th, and tomorrow, Saturday, at the evening and morning services. Rev. Gartner, a native of Lublin, Poland, received his early musical training at Vienna and held the position as cantor of the noted "Schiff Schule," the leading OrStates. For the past several weeks he was a guest at Havana, Cuba, where he chanted the services at the synagogue there. The possessor of a lyric tenor voice, Cantor Gartner is noted for a rich coloratura and the deeply devotional chanting of traditional liturgical Orthodox rituals. He foL lows a style that hacreated a distinct school in Orthodox chanting and liturgical renditions and hat urge following throughout the Jewish world. A nominal charge of one dollar will includ all %  e ices at which Cantor Gartner wi chain. The C01 :ii ions be mi le i nme liat I REV. SAMUEL GARTNER Joining them in their goofy goings-on is a cast of able comedians, players and an entire vaudeville troupe. Grade's mania for dumbbell remarks is given full swing in this fun fest that is crammed with belly laughs galore. One of the most distinguished casts ever assembled for a production is that of "Hitch Hike Lady," fast moving comedy-drama, which comes to the Seventh Avenue Theatre, starting Sunday. Enacting the starring role is that distinguished comedienne, Alison Skipworth. In support of Miss Skipworth are such capable players as Mae Clarke, Jimmy Ellison, Arthur Treacher and Warren Hymer. The members of the party learn that the old lady is in ignorance of the fact that her son is a prison inmate, and their efforts to keep her from learning the truth provide many of the excruciating comedy situations. Famous Cantor To Chant Service I hodox synagog ue of Au ti ... and one of the leading positions of Europe, for twenty-eight years. In 198] he came to the United States, where he has occupied the position as cantor of the Chovevei Torah Synagogue at Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. During that time he has chanted at the Yeshiva of Bensonhurst Synagogue and is now on a concert tour of the United Carrying out its intention to bring leaders of the liturgical world to Miami for the current winter season, Beth Jacob Congregation at Miami Beach will hear the world famous cantor. Rev. 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Friday, February 14, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Tampa Notes Plans for a benefit card party were made at the regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Kodoph Sholom Temple last Thursday, February Cth. The party will take place at the home of .Mrs. s. Simovitz, 886 S. Delaware ave., February 20th, at 2 p. m. The committee in charge of arrangements consists of M (hums M. Haimovitz, Isidore Ai>ramovitz, S. Jenkins and Manuel Aronovitz. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Simon Marks and Mrs. A. M. Wolfson. STATEWIDE NEWS f livers for 1936, of Orlando ; Lodge No. 104.!, B'nai B'rith, was | held Tuesday night, February 4th, I in the vestry rooms of the synaI gogue. This was an open meeting and many visitors were present for the impressive ritual. An elaborate program of entertainment was given. The regular monthly meeting of the I laughters of Israel was held Wednesday afternoon in the auditorium of the Jewish Center. Mrs. M. Wolfson and Mrs. A. Sager were hostesses for the meeting. Mrs. M. D. Margolis and Mrs. T. M. Schneider, program chairmen, presented a most interesting program. Dr. Thomas M. Palmer, child specialist, addressed the gathering on "Keeping the Child Healthy." Mrs. Fannie Baer, 79, mother of Mrs. Ernest Maas and Mrs. Caroline Wolf, died recently at the home of Mrs. Maas. She was a resident of Tampa for the last ten years. The body was sent to Washington, Mrs. Baer's former home, I and was accompanied by her two (laughters and son-in-law. Mr. Er| nest Maas. Besides her two daughters and I son-in-law here, Mrs. Baer is survived by three sons, Moe, Milton I and Bernard Baer, two sisters and a niece and a nephew of Washington; a sister in Maryland, three nieces, Miss Audrey Louise Maas and Miss Dolly Wolf of Tampa and Mrs. Stanley Harris of Jacksonville, and two nephews, Ernest Maas, jr., of Tampa, and William Weichelbaum of Savannah. .Mrs. Baer came to Tampa after I the death of her husband. She was a member of the Schaarai Zeilek Sisterhood. TAMPA Y. M. H. A. NOTES Sunday—Morning, senior basketball team; afternoon, junior basRabbi Kleinfeld organized a literary club among the veterans at the U. S. Veterans Administration Home, when various topics were discussed and a piano recital of Jewish traditional music was played by the rabbi, the soldiers participating. These meetings take place every Tuesday and Friday morning. ketball team; evening, bowling, pool, cards, chess, checkers and ping pong. MondayMeeting of board of directors; also the Co-Ed Club. Tuesday—Meeting of Merryfcllows and Pinochle Club. Wednesday—Women's and girls' night in the gym. Thursday—Class in tap and acrobatic dancing for children; meet ing of dramatic group. Friday—Afternoon, meeting of the Junior Girls' Club; evening, religious services at temple and synagogue. The annual banquet and installation of officers of Ohev Sholom Synagogue was held in the vestry rooms last Sunday night. The 1 guest speaker of the evening was : Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Orthodox Synagogue of .Miami. Rabbi B. Safer offered the bless! ing and delivered an interesting talk. Lou Wolly related anecdotes and appealed for support of the synagogue. Mrs. Joe Wolfe, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, responded to a tribute to the ladies. She stressed the need for unity of thought and purpose in order to have a harmonious community. Louis Ha,mi installed the officers for 1936 and made brief appropriate remarks in the conduct of the different offices. .Meyer Goldberg. Messrs. Phillips and Rubin of the Sanford Kennel Club delivered short, interesting talks. A substantial sum of monej was raised for the mortgage indebtedness due now. Among the ladies who served on the various committees to help make this event one of the most outstanding banquets in the history of the Jewish community in Orlando were: Mrs. Joe Wolfe, Mrs. I. Becker, Mrs. M. .1. Safer. Mrs. A. Haimowitz, Mrs. Harry Kottelman, Mrs. Ben Katz, Mrs. The first of a series of duplicate contract tournaments to be held under the auspices of the Temole Sisterhood February committee will he held February l!l and 26 in the i auditorium of Cohen Brothers at 1:45 o'clock. The tournament will be directed by Mrs. John C. Gray and is open to the public. Tbi' event will be in the form of a "pair tournament." using the Mitchell movement. Scoring will be by match points ami at the conclusion of the play of the boards winners in both the North-South and East-West positions will be awarded attractive prizes. At a recent meeting of the Temple Sisterhood plans were completed for the local Sisterhood's ] part in the convention of the TriH. Safer, Mrs. M. M. Segal, Mrs. Lieberman, Mrs. B, Safer. .Mrs. Ben Katz and Mis. B. J. Cohen. Mr. II. Lieberman was chairman of the ticket sales committee. He was assisted by Messrs. Hyman Roth, Harry Kanner, Morris Wittenstein and I. Friedman. Jimmy Becker and Ben Katz arranged the decorations. The officers installed for 1936 wen: B. J. Cohen, president; Harry Kanner, vice-president; I. Friedman, treasurer; M. I. Levinc, cori responding secretary; Sam Zagorian, recording secretary, and H. Lieberman, I. Coplon, Hyman Roth, trustees. State Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, which will take place in March in Miami, and of which Mrs. Ix;onard Grunthal is president. Mrs. Ray Halle, Mrs. I. L. Kaplan, Mrs. L. P. Lippman and Mrs. L. M. Lippman were elected delegates to this convention. Mrs. i.. Grunthal and Mrs. .). M. Giickstcin being Officers of the Tri-State Federation, will also represent the local organization at Miami. I i • night of February Huh will usher in the thirteenth annual cab r.ret of the Daughters of I i %  a la event will '' %  1 eld in 1 he spacious ballroom of the Center. M Ethel Joel and M: -. A. Sager, chairmen of the dance, are in i)' ai rang ments, Thi cen ter will be decorated for the festivities and Mrs. T. .'I. .hneider will be In charge of the tables. Mrs. Hairy Finkelstein and Mrs. M. Hammerman base planned an entertainment program. Mrs. Sam (Janice has been I to ibe committee, which includes many of the most active workers of the Daughters of Israel. Tickets for the event may be secured from any member of the organization. Reservations for separate tables may be made by calling Miss Ethel Joel or the Jewish Center. A delicious supper course will also be served. Funds derived from the evening will be used for the Jewish Center Hebrew School. The public is cordially invited to attend. An entertaining feature of this week was the Oneg Shabbat gathering in the Jacksonville Jewish Center, .Silver and Third sts„ in honor of the delegates and visitors here to attend the Southern Regional convention of Hadassah. Presenting the program for the afternoon were Mrs. Ixona Moss, Mrs. Archie Puldy. Mrs. Jack Becker, Mrs. M. D Margolis and Miss Rose Soloff. Mrs. Moss, chairman, introduced Yonah Yanai, from Palestine, a delegate to the llashomer Hatzair Organization of America and a member of the American Kibbutz (workers' collective group) in Haslerah, Palestine. A play reading, "Mother of Exiles," written by Mildred Wcinberg Kreimer, was presented by a group of Hadassah members. Following the program the Daughters of Israel, the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Center, were hostesses to the guests assembled. The hostesses served dainty sandwiches and cakes. B'rith entertainment committee, are acting as co-chairmen and are assisted bv a very able committee. Mr. Sam Barrows of Lido apartment s. Palm Beach, has as his guests here for a two weeks' visit his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nat S. Barrows and two daughters of Mt. Yemen. N. Y., and also his uncle, Henry Steinman, and cousin, Louis Simon of Brooklyn, N. Y. West Palm Beach Notes I tain a group of young friends tonight at a valentine party at her home. Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146, I B'nai B'rith, met last Monday [night, when B'nai B'rith activities |of vital importance were discussed. social hour followed the meeting, jwith Mr. Harry Dietz as host. Miss Mildred Mass will enterA successful benefit card party was given last Sunday evening by the Beth El Sisterhood at Marlin's in Palm Beach, with Mrs. Sam Scher as hostess. Judge M. Spizer of New York. here for a several weeks' stay, attended Beth El services last Friday night and was the speaker of the evening. N. Herman officiating. Congregation Beth El wdll hold services tonight at the synagogue on Fein st., at 8:15. Prizes were awarded at each Services at Temple Beth Israel bridge playing table, and refreshon Broward ave. will start at H::iu ments were served. o'clock this evening, with Dr. Carl What promises to be the greatest local Jewish charity benefit affair will be the entertainment and dance sponsored by the local B'nai B'r'ith lodge for the United Jewish Welfare Bureau of this city Wednesday evening, March 4th. Mr. Joseph Mendel, president of the Welfare Bureau, and Martin Dubbin, chairman of the B'nai Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vangilder of Upland road have as their house guest their cousin, Miss Nell Weitzman of Newark, N. J. Announcement of the opening o 1 the B'nai B'rith Jewish book shelf —the first Jewish book shelf in the Memorial Public Library of West Palm Beach—has aroused much interest and favorable comment among Jews and non-Jews locally. The bookcase is very prominently displayed in the main reading room of the library and now has more than seventy books on its shelves.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDlAN Friday, February 14, 1936 BULLETIN s TEMPLE ISRAEL 4ii % %  m Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. i S3D t3! DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi SOLOIST AT WEST FLAGLER o magazines and other excellent pineof reading material. There is no charge for T< tnple meml • %  •.' 0 • n aj ooks aft) i RELIGIOUS SERVICES •, o i. ntl '.. al 8:15 ,'. loi k. Dr. ... ib H. Kaplan will speak on -.:.. m aning of the This will be the last lecture in the course on the ideals of the prayer I" ted in further studies of Je wish 1 i-**and ideals are sicome to attend the class in Judaism Saturday morning from '.' to I! o'clock in the rabbi's study, an I Sunday morning from 10:30 Lo %  n Modern Jewish Problems. \ isitoi B ai .• cordially welcome to all our service.-, and are asked in spend a few moments after services at a reception held in Kaplan Hall of the Temple, in Sabbath greeting, and to get acquainted •ach other. ng one dollai. We wish thank all the lo> t ly %  who are contributing >.: mej and !>nnks in the library. You are a tine and lasting service for our community. Next week we will continue to list the hooks to lie found on our > helves. I)o come and sceo us. The Pan Hellenic House Association of New York is giving an opportunity to all college students to win a prize by writing an osay "\\ the subject. "Why I Should Sec .New York." Those who are interested may see Dr. Kaplan, who will give them full instructions. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL | 3 O Religious school meets every Sunday morning from in to 12:16 o'clock. Assembly from 11:46 to 12:15. Mildred Joseloff gave the ( pening prayer, Natalea Simon read the service and Gloria Kirstein gave the closing prayer. The birthday celebrated was Mclvin Highest collection for the hool from intermediate depart• la.-1. and best attendance from intermediate department, I and 5. A matter of more than ordinary interest has come to my attention in the past week. A magazine called the N'eo Christian has just been launched, which promises to begin a movement to Rather together in one organization real human beings. It propop a and toil of al 1 faiths t > join in this community, which i.to become a model society, whose lov for other human beings is in no way dependent on race, nationality, class or color, but who understand that all are brotherunder the skin." Subscription price is SI a year, which may be sent to the N'eo Christian. L':l West *7th Each entrant will get two chances to prove his worth, the last two dogs to finish among the eight that will go to the post in each trial heat being dropped. This process of elimination for the rich stakes will continue until the semifinals are run off on Tuesday and Wednesday, .March 3rd and -lth, and then the eight finalists will fight it out for gold and glory on Florida Derby eve, Friday. 0th. Jake Sherand Bill Huntley, ers and operators of the Weal er Kennel Club, are getting :t deal of credit for in ing thii li' : t futurity event ever held in racing greyhound hi -. ii fai is the first time ;.., a tual stake race has been a ranged for greyhound owner-. ana! it ithe talk of the racing world, Never before 'nave' greyhound breeders entered a stake and tli %  > began training dogs to compel them, the eligibles being named just as thoroughbreds are named j for similar competition, all of them before they had posted an official race. VAREEN MARTIN Miss Martin, one of Miami's most talented young blues singers, appears nightly at the West Flagler Kennel Club, the featured soloist with Mannie Gates' .Miami Biltmore orchestra. She is an extraordinarily gifted young woman, whose rendition of popular hi s of ill' day always evolves warm applause from the big throngs lha i. el, to West Plagler for the outstanding greyhound races. For the first time in its history the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods will sponsor on the air a quarter-hour of Jewish musk and prayer. Beginning February 15th, this broadcast will be given each Saturday morning at 9:40, K. S. T., over station WLW, Cincinnati. We had a visitor from Chicago, Mrs. Delevitt, who was very helpful in teaching our children a new I'urim song. She has consented to Flagler Track Begins Trials The $2,000 West Flagler Futurity, the only stake event of its kind in the entire greyhound racing world, got off to an auspicious total more than $2,000, when the youngsters go to the post Tor th? big race itself. Favored young racing dogs, the very cream of all the dog tracks in Florida, will run in the elimination trials, which will be held at regular intervals, probably every other night, as one of the features -t.. New York. For my own joy I would like to start at the popular west side oval 0 7the regular nightly program! have the names of all those who Wednesday night when the first subscribe to this fine attempt ta ,,f 45 top bred youngsters came out come to our school several weeks realize the ideals of every religion for the initial elimination trials. to had the children in music. Call me up and let me know when The trials will continue unti" you subscribe. Mrs. Frank A. Perlman is preparing a Purim play which will be f >" u wish '" 1, invited to the gmn on March 8th, when a beauinter-faith dinner for .lews, Prottiful program will be presented to estantS and Catholics, which will hildren and their parents. All March 0th, the date of the Futurity. The purse, $1,000 added, will NIGHT AND DAY SERVICE A ( %  K I'KANSKKi: A STORAGE CO. BAGGAGE SERVICE PHONE 5-49TS lOOC FIFTH STri^TT MIAMI BEACH. FLA. ii are requested to mask for ,i costume ball, when prizes will .. %  .. \' • ei the maskare the Purim play will be .. and after that a pla'.cdinn v ill be sei l-ed to the children -. There ill be no Religi il that n GENERAL library of Temple Isra to remind you that we have ''MIIi ks tor adults ; children. We are open Saturday morningfrom 10 to 12 o'clock, and Sunday from in to 12:30. You will find here many fine reference books, history book-, tine Jewish authors, new fiction. als, plays, entertainments, AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1349 West Flayer Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE take place at the Crmey Motel. February 22nd, at 7:30 p. m., please notify Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan al once si.."in per plate. It would II a tine idea if you would also invite one of your Christian friends to this same dinner. VERY IMPORTANT Sunday evening. February 16th, Temple Israel inviteyou I i :\ dinner dance at tile New Frolics Club, 13th st. and causeway, a most enjoyable dinner and program. Mr. A e AronovitZ is chairman for the Temple and reservations may be made with any of the committee, or at the Temple office any niornROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Siwe 1919 inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 2fith St. Phone 2-3705 ing. The charge is $2.50 per plate SISTERHOOD D O The time is near for the TriStal Sisti .Iiod Convention, which will take place March lth, Bth and 6th. The meetings and luncheons will be held at Temple Israel. Mrs. I. I.. Rosendorf, chairman for our Sisterhood, invitetill visitinj ters, as well as all ladies of the community In a ;... : .%  'airs. While Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15e Atlantic Shoe Shop 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel ASK YOUR RABBI! Inquire of Youi Doctor! When You Need a Mohel They Will Be Sure to Recommend RABBI B. D. 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friday, February 14, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven Society \t the late Friday evening servI tonight at Beth David Synajrue Dr. Abraham Wolfson, inent author and lecturer, will ak on "Spinoza, Philosopher Jew." Dr. Wolfson is the aur of a volume on the life of e noted Jewish philosopher, Spiza, and one of the foremost auorities on Spinoza in the United Kates. Rabbi Max Shapiro will int i -cxlurc the speaker. Cantor Naan Wroobel, assisted by the choir, ill chant the services. • One of the finest musical events the current season will be the la concert sponsored by the well lown violinist and composer, 'of. Leo Portnoff, for the benefit Beth Jacob Congregation Suny evening, February 16th, at 8 •lock at the Ida M Fisher High NOW at 23rd Street on Liberty Ave. CARTER'S Personal Management of (ieorge R. K. Carter THE FOOD LOUIS BLEET U serving is the talk of Miami Beach Phone 5-993H Longest Bar in the South r*v €arr& <^i Mb. IAMF OEACHJW^ -^—^* R '*' "-* J *IJ&*JOL school auditorium. Prof. Portnoff, who is a member of the faculty of the University of Miami Conservatory of Music, will present a varied program and will feature Madame Adrienne Lowrie, concert artist, who will be heard in several vocal selections; Cantor Maurice Mamches, violin selections by Julia Munro; Nina Portnoff, and by WWV VJ w ww w WWW wv> THE VENICE \ OF THE SOUTH Now Open 9 P. M. FLORIDIAN HOTEL MARINE DECK Featuring FREDDIE BERRENS And Orchestra JIMMY LITTLE Popular Tenor UNIQUE SHIP BAR No Cover No Minimum Management Al Goldman—Al Lerch M orey s Hof Brau Haus 634 Collins Ave. "The Plac They Talk About" Cocktail Hour From 4 to 6, 25c HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE Full Course De Luxe Dinner 75c and $1.00 Under the personal supervision )f Harry S. Feinberg, formerly f Larchmont Casino, Larchniont, N. Y. Breakfast Luncheon Dinner Prof. Portnoff himself. At the piano will be Freda Miller and June Kells. Prof. Portnoff has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past several years and has added much to the musical life of the Greater Miami area. He has participated in a number of benefits for the synagogue and other communal organizations of this area. The proceeds of this event will be used for the building fund of the congregation. If You appreciate Continental ruiiine. delectable food nerved ao deftly that you are unaware of the waiter; then you are sure to be delighted with the NEW BELMONTE RESTAURANT 301 23rd St. Miami Beach Full Course Dinner $1.50 Alao %  It Carle French, Italian Dinners Charcoal-Broiled Steaka Our Specialty Been and Winea SUNSHINE ^ %  > BATHS Berry Collins Method. A National Institution FOR MEN and WOMEN TWO SOLARIUMS 145b ucean Drive On (he Ocean Between 5th and 6th Sis. The Rambling Reporter B> JEAN EPSTEIN Life in all its i:l"r_\, wondering what to write about this week, HO I think that I will keep on wond. i inr. ... I wonder when it will get nice and hot in Miami, and when it will get nice and warm down North ... I wonder if Charlie Chaplin's picture "Modem Times," will be the hit that the critics say it will ... I wonder if Leslie and Burte got their inspiration for "Moon Over Miami" while on the Marine Bar at the Floridian, it sure am a pretty spot to take your best i:;il ... I wonder where Hitler will go when he dies. (And pray God that it will be soon) ... I wonder when Georgia Jessel will find another hit like the "Jazz Singer" ... I wonder when Lou Holtz will forget his walking stick And I wonder whin Sophie Tucker will get a full program on the air, she deserves it I wonder what's in back of Mrs. McLean being llauptmann's new backer And I wonder what David J. Wilentz thinks aboul it ... I wonder what Sir Charles lligham, noted publicist and advertising director of London, England, really thinks about our ballyhoo advertising system ... I wonder what Abraham Lincoln would think about, if it was possible for him to send us a message, and I wonder how he likes the late Will Hogers, I bet they are great I i ii .MIby now ... I wonder what Henry Ford would say if he were poor these days And I wonder why people get sunburn when they can go to Berry Collins' Solariums and get a swell tan and avoid all (he nasty burns ... I wonder what Franklin D. Roosevelt had for breakfast today, and if he is worried about the coming election I wonder what Damon Kunyon was thinking about last night walking down Flagfler st. with his very beautiful wife ... I wonder who is Harry Richman's new heart throb this season ... I wonder how long it would take to start at the north side of Carter's bar and finish at the south side of the bar and take a drink at every seat I wonder what Satch and Satchel. at the Pavilion Club, on the Million Dollar Pier, think about when they give you their famous dance (the Stuff is here) ... I wonder if Society Beth David Congregation is sponsoring the Miami appearance of the noted author and lecturer, I.udwig Lewlsohn, who will speak in Miami on March 5th at the Miami Senior High school auditorium. Full details of this event will appear in an early issue. A joint committee for the purpose of raising funds for the local Arbeiter Ring Schule, the Palestine tool campaign and the HIAS began a drive this week locally and will make a house-to-house campaign. Mrs. Leon Flkin is chairman and is being assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlin, co-chairman of the committee. Card parties to heJp raise the funds are being held Pat O'Brien, in pictures now, is still as unhighhat as he was when I every afternoon and evening at the I worked in stock w ith him in Bali Bay View apartments, 828 Third timore And I wonder if Kathst., Miami Beach, which will be erine Hepburn remembers her concluded Thursday, February 20. small part in "Cradle Snatchers," The publicis urged to attend, also in Baltimore And I also wonder when our boys will really get the iniiui-. You don't have to wonder about the delicious food thai Belmonte serves you, it's really delicious ... I wonder if Heywood Broun will ever make a seat in congress (I hope so) ... 1 wonder if Kddie Cantor will find I he oranges the size of grapefruits, as he did last year ... I wonder if Dr. Morris Parker (Chicago's finest surgeon) really forgot all his palients for the week that he was here for a rest ... And I wonder it Bill Jordan, when his radio contract comes through, will still be the same Bill Jordan ... I wonder if you know the "place that they are talking alxiul" is Moray's Htif Brau Haus, for Hungarian-Amer ican cuisine ... So I'll keep right on wondering, and wonder what it's all about until next week. Cheerio! STRICTLY KOSHER DINING RQQM iTmm II m\'* 361 Collins Ave. (At 1th St.) MIAMI BEACH BANQUET DINNER $1.00 Under same management as Kraemer's Strictly Kosher Hotel Mid Mineral Baths Mt. Clemens, Mich. %  'in %  II ii mi i ".wv.w YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE FORMAL OPENING OF THE FREE SLOGAN CONTEST HOME 975 BAY DRIVE at NORMANDY ISLE MIAMI BEACH Sunday, February 16th This slogan contest is being conducted under the auspices of THE ACTORS' FUND OF AMERICA and AMERICAN LEGION, Harvey Seeds Post 29. Five Homes in Greater Miami Will Be Given Away FREE! BETTER HOUSING EXPOSITION COMMITTEE: DANIEL FROHMAN, Honorary President W. KEITH PHILLIPS. General Chairman FRANCIS M. MILLER, President W. L. B. VAN DYKE, General Manager !" SLOGAN CONTEST COUPON Write in lo word*, "Why I would like to ..wn a borne in Greater Miami, My Slotrun is Mail or lake this ipon with r>0c in mon< v <•:• t nrt< 'i UK HKTTER HOUSINC EXPOSITION COMMITTEE. S, e..-d Floor old I'oatofflce buililiiiK. where it will be exchanged for a numb red tick I which will IllBO iiermit holder to attend the BETTER HOMES EXPOSITION 20 to April 6. 1036. Name Addraai L"-^^^^V.*.^^. .^rS*.".V%"aV. .V*.*.%-AV."u\,"A^"u"A" l ."u"uV."."„" u -.".V



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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 14, 193J .. Buddy" Bishop Is Candidate w. B. (Buddy) Bishop, Jefferson county farmer and stock raiser, and speaker of the 1985 house of repi ntatives, advanced ;i plan for the reorganization of the Raiford prison farm today as he ;.for election as si 1 iculture. Since th< suitable for livestock Bishop said, he pro] osi 'I that it be used foi the raising oi k for disl tjon at to Florida farmei a. This would make the farm productive, employ the prison labor to advantage and avoid the competition of prison farm produce with that of private producers, he Bishop .--aid it also would be his policy to use the portion of the state advertising fund, under the commissioner of agriculture's control, which is collected in agricultural sections for paid advertising in local newspapers to create demand for and assist in the sale of marketable farm products. Society The annual Purim ball of Beth David Sisterhood will be held at the Columbus Hotel Roof on March 4th, at which entertainers from every nijrht dub in the Miami district will appear to entertain the guests. Full details of this annual event will be announced in our next i< *. At the late services this evening, beginning at 8:30 at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Julius Washer will preach • The Fulfillment of a Promise." The usual congregational Binging and chanting will be had. Visitors arc invited to attend and enjoy the services and the ,-ocial hour which follows: e h *Plans are being completed for the annual I'urim dance sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the fPjtr'llg JlllCC Aids the Sick FOR QUALITY MEN'S SUITS SEE FRANK WOLKOWSKY 18 N. E. FIRST AVE. EXCELLENT Variety SUPERIOR Quality ALL SIZES The Finest in Gabardines at $21.50 All Models All Fabrics FRANK WOLKOWSKY 18 N. E. FIRST AVE. Bishop said he would work for unified business control of the scattered state institutions in order that lost motion and waste be eliminated. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Tuesday evening, March 10th. at the Kloridian Hotel. Miami Beach, when gala entertainment will be presented, in addition to the dancing. In charge of arrangi iiicnli.a committee headed by Mrs. A. M. Bass, general chairman. She ibeing assisted by Me dm: Tina Kotkin and J. L. Shochet, in charge of entertainment; Mrs. 3 Ilirsch. ill charge of program: Mesdames X. Blumberg, H. Shulman and Mr. X. Adelman in charge of tickets, and Mesdames M. Pallott, I. Rosengarten, M. Weinberger, II. Traeger, X. Adelman, Max Mintzer and Ida Buckstein on the general committee, Mrs. Julius Washer is directing publicity for the event. The proceeds will be used for the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. "Jacksonville's Leading Hotel" THE SEMINOLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (.HAS. B. GRINER, Manager A human, home-like institution where you will find your individual comfort and entertainment matter of great importance. A steel fireproof building located in the heart of the city. Every Room with Combination Tub and Shower Bath, Radio, Electric Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer Ventilation, Comfortable Beds with Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction and Individual Ret ding Lamps. RATES 7S Roomi with PrlTate II.Ik 2.IID— Sinrle SO Roomi with Private Balk 2.SO—Simla 41 Rooms with Private H.Ik S.tO—Simla 24 Roomi with Private Bath 3.50 Simla 10 Sample Rooma with Private Bath 4.00—Simla sl.K.IIT INCREASE FOR DOUBLE OCCUPANCY Lakeland—Proclaiming Florida juices the best known antifor old age and pessimism, hn Harvey Ki Hogg of Bat. and Miami 1 in th : ; lit rs one of the I azing %  ver told about their Fifty thousan I :opi his statement have her. published 11 a beautifully illustrated booket for distribution by the Florida citrus commission to consumi northern states. "A glass of Florida citrus jui 0 three times a day will do more foi the average sick man than all th, drugs he can svallow," says th, world famous doctor and scientist! "I ask my patients to drink from three to five glasses a day. Thesi health building elixirs are an ttt sential part of our rejuvi natioJ program for combating old age anj chronic invalidism." DR. B. B. COOPER ( IIIROPRACTOR Formerly on Staff of New V i.f Chiropractic .101 Congress HMz. Offic %  Hours, 10-12, And by Appolnti Phone .1-3S31 illem H A N S () N ROOFING CO. .•:ihlii-lu>l Silire 1914 IOOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR %  • All lti> Hrunchesi Phones 2-1831—2-6582 328 N. E 13ih Si. 30 ELECTRIC NINE GO IE 5 LAMPS Just think oi ill If you cue now USING the oldest cook stove in your district wo will give you a beautiful table top model Electric Range absolutely free. II your cook stove is the second oldest you will receive a Wakefield L E. S. Floor Lamp. The owner of the third oldest will be given a Wakefield LE.S. Table Lamp. No letter to write no puzzle to solve ... no package tops to save. lust fill out the coupon below and deposit it in the box at your electric dealer's, in our store, or at any Ford. Chevrolet or Plymouth showroom. (When you cook electrically, you'll have more time to enjoy your car. See the 1936 Fords, Chevrolet and Plymouth* at your dealers). Three thousand four hundred and eleven Florida Power & Light Company customers changed to electric cookery during 1935. 3.411 more Florida women ore enjoying this easier method oi cooking. And the new cooking joys are not ALL. The perfect electric oven control, the automatic timers, th* lack of black soot on pots and pans, arc bringing many hours of extra freedom to these women who have wisely chosen electricity lor their cooking fueL Why don't you join the big swing to Electric Cooker;/? P. S.—Electric Water Heater is the running mate who keeps hot water ready and waiting 24 hours a day without matches, noise or flames. On Your Thrifty Three Rate, the Cost Per KWT" Steps Down As Your Use Steps Up FILL OUT AND CLIP THIS COUPON I—T very customer oi Honda Power & light Company Is eligible to enter except employees ol the company and their lamilies, or employees o! electric dealers and their lamilies. 1— The "Hunt" starts February IS and ends March 14. 1936. *—The stove entered may be cod. wood, kerosene, gasoline, gas, electric or any other type. 4—The stove entered must be used lor cooking at %  ss p ra ise! time. S—Our district managers reserve the right to request proof oi age ol your entry. Mo red tape, no strings. Don't put It olil Clip and deposit this coupon today. Additional entry coupons will be found at all "Pld Stove Hunt" boxes. Entry Ticket for "Oldest Stove" Hunt I am entering ny ooor etore In the "OLDEST STOVE HUNT. Add,.: CST_ i DataTh* eook store I now use U_ Hbmi (pleaoo duck). GaaoBae t ) Coke t J Wood (1 OS ( > Coca ( ) .years ok* Gas t > DecWeByl OoJr Florida Power S Uahl Company Customers Are Eligible lor Prises Peeeelt Tkls Oeasem la -Oleeet Stem' Beat Das J


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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wJemsti IFIIaridliiai m
Combining TKlC JCWKSKl HJnSty
Vol. 9No. 7
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1936
Price Five Cents
Exposition Will Joint Campaign Composer Quits Temple Israel
Aid Charities
Daniel Frohman, veteran show-
man and foremost producer on the
American stage today, will arrive
this afternoon in the interests of
the Better Housing Exposition, of
which he is the honorary president.
He will be welcomed by represent-
atives of all cities of the Greater
Miami area, heads of the chambers
of commerce and leaders in the
civic and welfare work of the com-
munity.
The Better Housing Exposition
of Greater Miami is headed by W.
Keith Phillips, who is president of
the Miami Chamber of Commerce.
He is being assisted by prominent
members of the community, among
whom are Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan,
Mark Max and Sidney H. Palmer,
president of Beth David Congrega-
tion, who is secretary. The show
is being sponsored locally by the
Actors' Fund of America, of which
Daniel Frohman is president, and
the Harvey Seeds Post of the
American Legion. The exposition
will be held the latter part of
March and will combine with it
shows in which leading actors of
the country will appear It has
for its purpose the stimulation of
interest in the erection and pur-
chase of homes throughout the en-
tire area. In connection with the
exposition a slogan contest is be-
ing staged, "Why I would like to
own a home in Greater Miami," and
five homes will be awarded to the
winners.
Some 16,000 theatres through-
out the country are co-operating in
the contest through Frohman's ef-
forts. They will show motion pic-
tures of Miami night life and sell
tickets permitting the holder to
send in a slogan. The model homes
here will be given for the best slo-
gans on the subject, "Why I would
like to own a home in Greater
Miami."
Among the beneficiaries of the
proceeds of the exposition are the
Jewish Welfare Bureau, Beth Da-
vid Synagogue, the Miami Y. M.
H. A., the Southeastern Children's
Home and the Catholic Charities.
Other Jewish organizations are be-
ing contacted and will also be al-
lotted a share of the proceeds.
The formal opening of the Free
Slogan Contest Home will be held
at one of the homes to be awarded,
975 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle,
Miami Beach, which Mr. Frohman
will officially dedicate. The pub-
lic is invited to attend and inspect
the home.
Headquarters of the Better
Housing Exposition Committee are
in the old postoffice building and
are in charge of W. L. B. Van
Dyke.
Begins Here Olympic Office Sponsors Dinner
An auspicious start was given !
the local joint campaign for the j
United Palestine Appeal and the
Joint Distribution Committee when
a group of prominent residents and
tourists met on the Betsy L. Ill
last Sunday afternoon and more [
than six thousand dollars was
raised towards the fifteen thou-
sand-dollar goal set for Greater
Miami. After listening to ad-
Harvard Again
Refuses Gift
Cambridge, Mass. (WNS)An
offer of a gift of $10,000 to Har-
vard university from Ernst (Putzi)
Hanfstaengl, Nazi press chief and
close friend of Hitler, has been re-
fused by the university, it is an-
nounced here The grounds for the
refusal are the same as when Har-
vard rejected a Hanfstaengl gift
of $1,000 in 1934, when Dr. James
B. Conant, president of the uni-
JUDGE WILLIAM LEWIS
1 dresses by Mr. William Taradash,
general chairman of the local cam-
paign, and by Harry I. Lipton and
| Harry Simonhoff, co-chairmen of
i the campaign, $500 each was con-
tributed by Leon Sigmund, Philip
! Liberman, William Taradash, Mar-
. kowitz & Resnick, Benjamin E.
| Bronston; $250 each by Sam Blank,
Harry Sirkin, J. Richter, B. F.
i Schoenberg, Morris and Harry Ru-
bin; $200 each by J. N. Morris,
Jonas Behrman, Day J. Apte, Geo.
Goldberg; $100 each by Joseph
[ Wien, Harry Koretzky, Morris Al-
i pert, Jake Scher, J. M. Rose, Louis
| Karlebach, Harry Simonhoff, H. I.
| Lipton, J. M. Eisenberg, Ben Tur-
chin and Morris Schwinger, Jesse
Adler, Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Harry Geist, M. S. Rubin, Elder
I Markson, Julius Simpson, Moses
! Krieger and Norman Liebling, $50
1 each by Auby Keoskie and Leon-
ard Barr.
At a meeting of professional and
business men held at the Hotel Ur-
| mey Wednesday an inspiring ad-
dress was delivered by Judge Wil-
i Ham Lewis of Philadelphia, na-
I tional vice-chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal, and a substantial
sum of money was raised from
those attending. Henry D. Wil-
liams presided and appeals were
made by H. I. Lipton and Harry
Simonhoff.
Members of the committee urge
that all residents send their con-
tributions to the officers of the
i committee or Mr. Day J. Apte,
treasurer, to insure the quota be-
ing rasied within the next week.
San Diego, Calif. (WNS)
Charles Wakeficld Cadman, emi-
nent American composer and de-
scendant of a patriot in George
Washington's army, has resigned
his membership on the committee
of American musicians and com-
posers named to select American
music for the Olympic games fes-
tival in Benin, in an open letter
to the press of the United States
and Canada, Mr. Cadman an-
nounced his withdrawal as being
due to his conviction that the Unit-
ed States should not participate in
the Olympic games if held in Ger-
many. The text of his letter fol-
lows:
"A clipping from a New York
newspaper reached me recently
wherein it was announced that I
was a member of the music com-
mittee whose duty it is to choose
American music for the forthcom-
ing Olympic games festival in
Germany. If I gave my consent to
serve on such a committee, it was
before I learned definitely and spe-
cifically of the attitude of llerr
Hitler in regard to the persecution
of racial and religious groups and
the suppression of civil liberties.
I have asked that my name be not
used in any way in connection with
the music committee %d by this
action I am not reflecting on the
personal ideas of my American col-
leagues who may still be on the
music committee, but merely voic-
ing my own personal convictions
in the matter, these convictions be-
ing that I cannot conscientiously
believe it to be to America's ad-
vantage to participate in the
Olympic games if they are held in
One of the outstanding events of
the current winter season will be
the annual dinner dance sponsored
by Temple Israel and its Sister-
hood at the New Frolics Club Sun-
day evening, February 16th, when
outstanding stars of this area will
be on hand to contribute entertain-
ment for this gala event. The
usual floor show will be augmented
j by stars of other clubs. A num-
I ber of notables in the life of
American Jewry are among the
guests who have promised to at-
tend. The proceeds of this event
will be used for the mortgage re-
; tirement fund of the Temple and
a cordial invitation is extended to
i all residents and tourists to attend
this event. Reservations may be
made with Mr. Abe Aronovitz, gen-
eral chairman; Mrs. Tobias Simon,
chairman of the women's division,
or any member of the committee.
Assisting in the arrangements are
Mesdames Morris Plant, Mitchel
I Wolfson, H. U. Feibelman, I. L.
Seligman, Marvin Bronner, Isaac
Levin, M. L. Marcus and Louis
Zeientz, and Messrs. Dr. Frank
\ Coret, Max Orovitz, I). J. Apte, H.
U. Feibelman, M. L. Marcus, Leon.
; ard Epstein, Harry V. Simon, E.
j Max Goldstein and I. Levin. This
dinner is an annual event of the
i Temple and is one of the most en-
joyable events of the year.
Strictly
Confidential
TidbltB From Everywhere
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Politically Speaking
The anti-Roosevelt Democrats
in the South are doing their best
to revive the Ku Klux Klan spirit
. Almost all of the speakers at
the Macon meeting of anti-New
Dealers hammered away at the
idea that "Southern Christians"
must battle the Roosevelt admin-
istration The irony of this is
that the same crowd that's now
using a religious argument against
FDR employed the same weapon
against Al Smith in 1928, and now
Al is tied up with that bunch.
Nazi Germany. As a descendant
of a patriot in the army of George
Washington and as an American
believing in the utmost freedom of
speech and of full religious and
civil liberty and racial tolerance, I
feel I must be firm in this deci-
sion."
NEW BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE
' versity, declared that no gift could
be accepted from one closely allied
with a government that interferes
with educational freedom. Hanf-
staengl's new offer came as a re-
sult of a form letter requesting
support of Harvard's 300th anni-
versary fund, which had been sent
j to 65,000 Harvard alumni
Bon Voyage
When the delegation of British
Jews arrived here last month the
party consisted of four When
they left it consisted of three .
Simon Marks, the department store
magnate, extended his stay in or-
der to take a rest in Florida .
But don't try to look him up there
because he's registered under an-
other name Sir Herbert Sam-
uel made considerable political
progress while in this country .
On his last visit to the United
States he was received by the pres-
ident of the United States in his
office This time he conferred
with FDR in the latter's private
chambers The real story back
of Marks' attack on the executive
of the Jewish Agency at the Pales-
tine conference is as follows .
Some smart aleck declared that
Marks was only Weizmann's fair-
haired boy, thus giving the impres-
sion that Marks had no mind of
his own ... To prove that he had
he jumped on the Executive .
We understand that the anony-
mous non-Jew mentioned by Sir
Herbert Samuel as having donated
a sizeable donation to the German
Jewish relief fund is prominently
identified with the Rockefeller in-
terests.
Hitleriana
The state department now has. a
comprehensive first hand picture
of Jewish conditions in Germany
. The study was made by Under-
secretary of State Phillips, who
just returned from a flying visit
to the Third Reich H. V. Kal-
tenborn, radio commentator and
lecturer, thinks that Goebbels is
the world's most dangerous man
. We can't help wondering how
Sir Alfred Beit, South Africa's
Jewish diamond king, enjoyed the
Miami house party at which he
shared the guest of honor position
with Prince and Princess von Bis-
marck, Naziland's good will am-
bassadors to America's four hun-
dred.
The new synagogue of Beth Jacob at Miami Beach is now
being erected at the corner of Washington and Third sts., Miami
Beach, adjoining the present edifice, which will be converted into
a Talmud Torah.
TO HONOR SZOLD
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
A popular country-wide three-day
campaign for the Henrietta Szold
fund was started in Palestine. The
object is to establish a social wel-
fare project in the name of the
75-year-old Zionist leader, who is
now active as head of the youth
department of the Jewish Agency's
Bureau for the Settlement of Ger-
man Jews.


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THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
Friday, February 14, 1936
The Miami chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will present Mrs. Sanford
Marcus of Montgomery, Ala., pres-
ident of "The Southern Region of
Hadassah," at a Sabbath tea Sat-
urday, February 15th, at 3 p. m.,
at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Ber-
lin, 945 Meridian ave., Miami 0f Pennsylvania, is tendering a
Beach, under the guidance of Mrs. motion picture show at the card
Max Dobrin. Presiding at the tea i0om of the Blackstone Hotel Fri-
table will be Mrs. Joseph William- j day evening, February 14th, at
son and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. An 7:30 o'clock, to which all children
invitation is extended to all visit- chaperoned by their parents are
ing members of Hadassah. invited to attend.

Mrs. A. Franklyn Friedman will The Gay Nineties Review will
be in charge of the bridge tea be- be held on March 15th at the Mahi
ing sponsored by the Miami chap- Shrine Temple for the benefit of
ter of Senior Hadassah Monday the Jewish Welfare Bureau Ladies'
afternoon, February 24th, at 2 Auxiliary. Full details will ap-
o'clock in the Mayflower Hotel As- pear in our next issue.
sisting Mrs Friedman will be Mrs. l
Ben London as co-chairman, Mrs. Mrs jack Simon, Miss Muriel
Leonard Finn will preside at the oilman of Montreal, Mrs. Saul
punch bowl, Mrs. J. M. Lipton will B Optner and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
have charge of the prizes. Mrs. Levin of Chicago are spending: the
Ben Margolis and Mrs. Albert E. wintel. in Miami.
Rosenthal will head the receiving
line, assisted by Mrs. Nathaniel
A met;ng of the board of di-
rectors of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be held
at the synagogue Tuesday evening,
February 18th, at 8 o'clock. Im-
portant matters will be considered.
At the late services tonight at
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom
will preach on "The Value of the
Ten Commandments." Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will chant the serv-
ices. Saturday morning Sidney
Eisman, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Eisman of New York, will be
Bar Mitzva. He will recite the
Brown, Mrs. Harry Kerzin, Mrs.
Mrs. Joseph Schonfeld enter-
tained a group of friends last Sun-
SIDNEY H. PALMER
New President of Beth David
Synagogue
A. M. Reeder, Mrs. Beulah Simon, day b honQr of her siste,..in.law.
Mrs. Jack Stone.
Sidney H. Palmer.
prominent
Mrs. Dora Krug of New York and merchant and active communal
Bridge, poker, mah jongg and Njw jcrsev worker, was unanimously chosen
as president of Beth David Congre-
An important meeting of the La. nation to succeed Mr Harry Gor-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew- "'""' resigned. Mr. Abe kron-
enfeld was named vice-president to
fill the vacancy created by Mr.
The Miami section of the Na-
tional Conference of Jews and
Christians will observe the first
day of the two days' celebration by
radio addresses and an interdenom-
inational banquet at the Urmey
Hotel Saturday night, February 22.
Those who desire to attend are
urged to communicate with Dr. Ja-
cob H. Kaplan or Mr. Isidor Co-
hen, and are urged to bring a
friend of another faith with them.
*
Beth Jacob Sisterhood is spon-
soring a card party for the bene-
fit of its Talmud Torah fund Tues-
day evening, February 18th, at the
Oasis, Eighth and Washington sts..
Miami Beach, to which the public
is invited. Refreshments will be
served and prizes awarded for
high scores.
* *
Rabbi E. Rosenbloom, father of
Haftoro and speak briefly. Rabbi I Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of
Rosenbloom will then speak and Miami Beach, left for his home in
the boy will be presented the Bar Denver. Col., last Monday, after
Mitzva certificate by Mr. Philip spending several weeks as the
Liberman, president of the congre- guest of his son and daughter-in-
gation. law.
pokeno will be played. Tickets can
be purchased from any of the com-
mittee or at the hotel. The pub-
lic it invited.
Several hundred residents and
tourists attended the meeting of
the local B'nai B'rith lodge la Tuesday at Beth David Talmud To-
rah Hall, when five members of
the s. J. Spector family were ini-
tiated. Mr. Isaac Levin, presi-
de
cob H. Kaplan wen- in charge of
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
held next Tuesday evening. Febru-
,0,l ,. ,___ .', >ii Palmer's choice as president
lXth. at the synagogue. All '.
members an- urged to attend.
* *
The Miami unit of Junior Ha-
dassah entertained its officers,
members anil escorts with a cock-
Following his election Mr. I'alm-
r was given a pledge of support
by the entire board of directors of
Beth David, and announced that he
would inaugurate a plan to co-or-
dinate the various activities of the
nt of the lodge, ami Rabbi Ja- tail h"'', '"' *,ek The guests ^.^ ^ ^ affi,ja.,.1 ..
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ganizations so that interests
the ceremonies. A musical pro- '*eP* u l['"<. Miami Beach, Jewry in thi_, ar(.a would ,H. mate.
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Sunday, February 16th
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Mrs. William Friedman, Milton A.
Floridian Hotel for dancing.
ivanced.
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dresses during the evening were Williamson, Miss Sylvia Rayvis,
made bv Stanley C. Myers, who de- iliss Beatrice Goldenblank and
scribed the work of the Leo N. Mrs. Murry Grossman. The re-
Levy Hospital, operated by B'nai freshment table was beautifully
B'rith at Hot Springs; Mr. J. Sa- decorated with ferns and flowers,
lus of Pennsylvania, who spoke on Honorary patrons for the event
B'nai B'rith "activities; Harry Si- were: Mr. and Mrs. Sol I.usky. Mr.
monhoff, who spoke on the work and Mrs. Williamson, Dr. and Mrs.
of the joint Palestine and J. D. C. Barney Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
appeal in Greater Miami, and Mrs. Weinkle.
Halpern of New York, who spoke
on the anti-Nazi movement. More than a thousand guests at-
tended the fashion show sponsored
Mis. Bertha B. Levy, owner and by the Senior Council of Jewish
director of the Camp Wohelo for Women last Wednesday at the
Girls in the Blue Ridge mountains Louis B. Olin estate at Palm Is-
---------------------------------------------------- land, and enjoyed the splendid ex-
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Mrs. Julius Washer will deliver
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Rosenbloom the benediction at the
February meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfaie
Bureau Monday, February 17th. at
2 p. m. in the Mayflower Hotel,
Miami Beach. Mothers' and Daugh-
trs' Day will be observed with a
musical program presented under
the direction of Mrs. Bertha B.
Levy. Participating in the musical
part of the meeting will be Evelyn
Raff. Mrs. Larry Fay. Mrs H. U.
Feibelman, Mrs. If, L, Cowen, Mrs.
S. Resnick. Mrs. E. Friedman, Mrs.
11. I. Magid, Rosemary Gerson and
Mrs. A. Hirtenstein. Mrs. Leon-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1936
Vol. 9No. 7
Occasional Jews, Only!
Last Wednesday Judge Willam Lewis, one of the out-
standing Jewish figures of this country, was invited to ad-
dress a luncheon meeting for the purpose of meeting the
Jewish lawyers, dentists, doctors and the other professional
men of Greater Miami. It was for the purpose of hearing
him outline conditions affecting Jewry throughout the world
in the interest of the joint appeal for Palestine and the Joint
Distribution Committee. Invitations were issued to more
than one hundred and twenty-five comprising but a portion
of the professional Jewish life of this area.
Judge Lewis arrived, he spoke feelingly and splendidly.
Hut only ten lawyers, and fourteen others, several of
whom were business men, appeared.
We cannot help but agree with one of the speakers, who
termed the absentees as "occasional Jews," those who be-
came such when they needed a favor when they were
candidates for office ... or when they espoused the cause of
some candidate.
It is about time that the Jewish community forced these
colorless individuals particularly the professional man,
who ought to know and do his duty, at least by appearing .
to realize that it would not tolerate them Only those may
be termed Jews who by their acts are Jews One must be-
come identified with the work of the Jewish community or
forfeit his right to recognition as a Jew.
It is not yet too late we sincerely hope that the Jews
who have been honored by call to a profession will realize
their duty and, realizing that duty perform it.
Think, Work
and Smile
By JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. I).
Why Question Hotels?
"Why do you go after the hotels?" was a question pro-
pounded to me the other day by a gentleman who is sincere
in his attempt to do the right thing. "Are there not others
v ho are violating Jewish laws kashrus and other things
. why single them out?"
It is a question that deserves a reply. At the outset let
it be definitely understood that the Jewish Floridian does
not set itself up as the mentor or guide of one's morals. It
does accept the duty synonymous with those of a decent and
self-respecting Jewish publication. Whether a hotel cater-
ing to the people proposes to conduct itself as kosher or not
does not in the least concern us. But when a Jewish hotel
advertises or holds itself out to the public as "kosher" or
'dietary laws observed," and in that manner deliberately de-
ceives its patrons who are paying and paying plentifully for
that "kashrus," that does concern us and when that hotel
knowingly and willfully purchases non-kosher meats for the
purpose of defrauding their patrons religion is no longer
involved. It becomes a simple matter of honesty. The
Supreme Court of the United States, in upholding the kosher
laws of the state of New York, definitely placed this question
"not as a matter of religion, but as a matter of common
honesty."
In all fairness a questionnaire was submitted to every
hotel at Miami Beach, which would disclose, if properly and
fully answered, the real truth of the matter.
Answers were received from every hotel but Hotel Hel-
cne, Mayflower Hotel, Bitter's Hotel, Luber's London Arms
Hotel, Nemo Hotel and the Belvedere Hotel. These hotels
cannot face the truth or thev would have replied.
MR. HELLER OF THE HELENE HOTEL DEFINITE-
LY TELLS US THAT IT IS NONE OF OUR BUSINESS TO
INQUIRE. WE NOW PUBLICLY ASK OF MR. HELLER:
IS IT TRUE THAT YOU PURCHASE YOUR MEATS FROM
LOCAL PROVISION HOUSES, WHO SELL NOTHING
BUT TREIFAH MEATS? IS IT NOT ALSO TRUE THAT
We do not know why we are
horn, nor how, nor what is the
meaning of life. We do not know
what is life. We do not appreciate
the god that is in us when two
human beings in ecstasy become
the authors of a human being, a
complete, most wonderful, perfect
human babe. Countless cells,
nerves, muscle g, organs, glands
so adjusted and integrated as to
i. able t< function as human be-
ing, thinking, feeling, digesting,
self-regulating. None of these
things we know, nor understand,
or even think about, and yet I was
thinking lately whether we believe
in (iod, or only make believe, or
just don't think and don't care.
The feeding of the body takes
up so much time, and the pamper-
ing of the body wants and spirit
wants engage us so completely that
we probably never really think of
the inter-relations of God and man.
The story is told that a very
rich Jew wanted to get a brilliant
student for a son-in-law (the great-
est honor that can come to a rich
Jew), and so he went to a re-
nowned Yeshiba, college, and asked
the president for a young man to
marry his daughter. He explained
how rich he is and that he wants
the brightest student in the school.
The president recommended his
finest scholar, and the couple in
due time were married.
After a few months the rich fa-
ther returns to the college and tells
the president that the young man
he recommended as son-in-law is
not as brilliant as he is supposed
to be; in fact, he is insane.
"Inseiie!" cried vhe president.
"Why, he is the finest student I
ever had at this Yeshiba. this col-
lege! What makes you say he is
Insane?" "Why, my dear presi-
dent, he sits up every night and
reads the Psalms.
"My dear sir, is that the reason
you consider him insane ? I read
the Psalms every night myself,
and I am not insane."
"Yes," said the rich man, "you
read the Psalms and thus you make
a living, but that boy, he does not
need it any more, he is really sin-
cere about it!"
And so it happens that many of
us now think that when the rabbi
speaks about God he is doing that
because he makes his living that
way. When, however, a man does
not make his living that way, there
is no need to talk any more about
God.
I have been thinking lately
whether it may not be, after all,
a fact that the Jews have been
given a gnat task to perform, the
Torah to learn and to teach, and
to practice, and that all the suf-
fering of Israel may be due to the
[act that we do not take seriously
the commission which God has en-
trusted unto us.
We talk and talk, and plan, and
execute, and find our little niche
in the world's work, and feel for
a time that all is well because food
and raiment are in abundance, an 1
we even gain the respect and ad-
miration of our fellow men. And
YET, I tremble to say it, and YET,
may it not. be that God is in ear-
nest with us, that we must not
forget the meaning of OUR life
and the work for which we have
been chosen!
Perhaps, after all, we are to be
An Open Letter
My Fellow Jews:
After all is said and done, I know
I can always count on you when
it comes to help and aid those who
are in need. It is for thai reason
thai I am addressing this letter
lo you about the second annual
"Night of Stars" benefit perform-
ance for the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau.
Last year the affair was not
only a sellout, but we turned away
several hundred or mure. For that
reason we look the Olympia The-
atre this season, and the manage-
ment has cancelled their regularly
scheduled evening show for Feb-
ruary I sib to allow us to put on
a 9 p. m. performance.
Farl Carroll, in facl, is sending
all :i(> of his "most beautiful girls
in the world" to do a number.
Moon and Revel, those comical
dancers so popular with resorters
and .Miamians alike, will offer
several routines. The Kit/. Broth-
ers wired in that they will not
only appear in person, but will
bring along the entire revue from
Ihe Hangar of the Fleet wood Ho-
tel.
Ira's Supper Club, Town Casino,
Club Bagdad, Minsky's Music Hall
are among the clubs which have
promised to help.
Last year's affair was outstand-
ing in that EVERY NAME AND
ACT THAT WAS BILLED TO AP-
PEAR SHOWED IP AS SCHED-
come a priest people and a holy na-
tion! When I was a student some
of our professors used to ridicule
the idea that the Jews could ever
get the sultan's consent to occupy
Palestine, even as many of our
.lews ridicule the fact that We are
Jews by religion. The whole busi-
ness of religion is meaningless to
many of our people. PERHAPS
we are reminded in providential
ways that we must NEVER forget
our work of studying and observ-
ing the Torah, to the end that we
become a priest people and a holy
nation. PERHAPS we suffer in
undreamed-of ways because God
really wants us to pay attention
to what HIS work is on earth, and
not to forget it.
PERHAPS God is in earnest
with us Jews. Perhaps these peo-
ples who oppress us are the in-
struments in God's hands to re-
mind us, and stir us up not so
much for self-protection as for self-
realization.
PERHAPS God really means
that we are not to fail nor be dis-
couraged until we have set JUS-
TICE in all the earth.
PERHAPS our suffering is a
mark of divine love, and that, even
though, like Jonah, we be swal-
lowed by great monsters, we can-
not escape the purpose of God anil
the responsibility He has placed
on us.
PERHAPS, who knows? Who
cares to know?
I LED. and those who attended
were unanimous in their praise of
the performance. With this year's
program in such capable hands, we
all feel sure that the entertain-
ment offered will exceed anything
ever staged before in Florida.
Incidentally, a percentage of the
gross receipts will be sent to the
American Federation of Actors,
which cares for the hospital at Sar.
anac: the Catholic Theatrical Guild,
the Jewish Theatrical Guild, the
Actors' Dinner fund and eight or
nine other theatrical charities. It
was Sophie Tucker's idea, and we
thought it no more than fair that
the performers who so willingly
donate Iheir services should be rec-
ognized and their own charities
taken care of.
Our old friend, Sophie Tucker,
heads the entertainment commit-
tee again, with Earl Carroll and
Lou Holtz. They are arranging a
program which promises to be the
most elaborate ever presented on
a local stage. Sophie has person-
ally promised to have every name
of note in the theatrical and radio
world wintering here on the pro-
gram. Every club in the area is
co-operating in sending their fea-
tured performers.
And, speaking of charity, need
I tell you that the Jewish Welfare
Bureau at all times cares for indi-
gent men, women and children, re-
habilitates homes, provides food,
shelter and clothing and bears the
enviable reputation of never hav-
ing turned down a worthy case.
Tickets for the "Night of Stars"
are going fast, and it looks like
it will again be a sellout.
Ed Sullivan (famous columnist)
promised not only to put in an
appearance, but will also act as
master of ceremonies for part of
the show.
1 want you there because it will
be your own that you will help.
Sincerely,
STANLEY C. MYERS,
Pres. Jewish Welfare Bureau.
Jewish Veterans
To Broadcast
The Jewish War Veterans of the
United States will conduct its an-
nual Washington's Birthday pa-
triotic program over the Columbia
Broadcasting System, national
hookup, on February 22nd, from 1
to 1:80 p. m.. E. S. T.
Mr. Albert W. Jacobson, com-
mander of the Washington, D. C,
Post No. 68, will present the na-
tional commander, Mr. Abraham
Kraditor. who will preside, and will
in turn introduce the guest speak-
er, Justice Ferdinand Pecora. The
latter will speak from New York
City. The army band of Washing-
ton will lender appropriate selec-
tions.
YOU AT ALL TIMES TELL YOUR CLIENTELE AND THE
ENTIRE WORLD THAT YOUR HOTEL IS STRICTLY
KOSHER IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD?
We have much evidence on this point, but would prefer
having Mr. Heller give his own answers. Our columns are
at your disposal, Mr. Heller.
A Joint American Council for
Boycott for the purpose of extend-
ing the boycott against German
merchandise, goods and services
and enlisting the co-operation of
the widest ranks of the American
people will be established accord-
ing to an agreement between tho
American Jewish Congress and the
Jewish Labor Committee. The
union of the boycott activities of
both organizations, consummated
on the third anniversary of the
Hitler regime, has grown out of
the increasing terror in Germany
against all sections of the popula-
tion.
The Joint Council for Boycott,
in its present form, is to be com-
prised of twenty representatives of
ten each, divided between the two
organizations.
A national conference of all the
affiliated organizations of the
American Jewish Congress and tha
Jewish Labor Committee will be
called shortly to launch this pro-
gram. Special efforts will be made
to secure the assistance of organ-
ized labor in America and to pro.
cure its co-operation against un-
loading of German goods from
vessels, and the refusal of labor
in shops or concerns where Ger-
man raw material, half finished
goods or machinery are being em-
ployed.


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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, February 14, 1930
MIAMI
NOTES
Hv HARRY SCHWARTZ
M< irily we roll along witl
ling affair proving more
the previous
In i
;. very enjoy-
ening Misa
[da ]!. ler, chair-
of the affair,
arranged a dance
contest that was
duly awarded to
A Rubin and his charming sister,
Leona, who had just arrived from
way down in Chattanooga, Tenn.,
to visit her many friendB. Second
prise was awarded Moxie Schemer
and Janet Marks, and third prize
was won by Mortie Fay and his
partner, .Miss Leah Alpern, who
hails from down Charleston, S. C,
way. Among the many visitors
present were Joe Rosenberg of In-
dianapolis, Ind., Harry Fixler of
New York City, Louis Kopchik of
Boston, Mass., Miss Nettie May,
out of New York City, and Miss
Wilma Leichtman of Cleveland, O.
It is interesting to note the va-
rious states represented by the
present officers of the Y. M. H. A.
Our president, Al Grossman, hails
from New York City, along with
Milton Friedman. Both were neigh-
bors back in the land of Y'idden. Al
Pallott, vice-president, comes from
Louisiana, but is presently in a
state of coma; Pete Silverman, sec-
retary, calls his home Massachu-
setts; Al Reisman. corresponding
secretary, migrated from the
Cracker State of Georgia, along
with Nat Blumberg, treasurer, and
Al Rosenfield; Ben Serkin comes
from Tennessee, Harry and Frank
Rose were former residents of the
state of Maryland, Phil and Al
Berkowitz are a couple of real
Florida Crackers, Carl Sokolow left
New Joisey to make his home here
and the writer happily names Shee.
gaga. 111., as the home town, as
long as it can be stated while in
Miami, or God's country to those
that have visited or made their
home here.
The "Y" basketball team has
gone into complete oblivion. Rea-
son is that last year most of the
stars were idle and this year they
are steadily employed.
And now the junior division, not
to be outdone by the senior groups,
are making Tentative plans to hold
a dance for March l at the "Y"
clubrOOms. They have also select-
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PBNTON SERVICE STATION
N. E. 2nd .v., and 36th St.
ed several committees of their
group to confer with the men's' and
women's divisions and get some
lowdown on how to raise a bank-
roll and build up their chestthe
treasure one.
prime comedy favorites of radio,
stage and screen, Gracie Allen and
George Burns, otherwise known as
Burns and Allen, whose latest fun
film, "Here Comes Cookie," meas-
ures up as first rate giggle enter-
tainment.
Don't forget to tell your friends
of the weekly dances held at the
Miami Beach Country Club each
Thursday. Tariff of -r>0 cents will
obtain your admittance, as well as
help you meet i I I and new friends.
A surprise birthday party was
given in honor ol Mis- Ida Engler,
who just turned another leaf in
her happy life, Wednesday. I
2th. 1 have promised t
the age a sei
Many new members have joined
Up with the "V" and are deriving
much pleasure from its activities.
Tell your frier.ds to join, so you
can see more of them hereafter.
Hows about receiving some com-
ment in regard to the "Y" conduct-
ing weekly Sunday night dances'.'
Write to 1667 S. W. Fifth St., Y.
M. II. A.. Miami, Fla.
Gartner, tonight, Friday, February
14th, and tomorrow, Saturday, at
the evening and morning services.
Rev. Gartner, a native of Lublin,
Poland, received his early musical
training at Vienna and held the
position as cantor of the noted
"Schiff Schule," the leading Or-
States. For the past several weeks
he was a guest at Havana, Cuba,
where he chanted the services at
the synagogue there.
The possessor of a lyric tenor
voice, Cantor Gartner is noted for
a rich coloratura and the deeply
devotional chanting of traditional
liturgical Orthodox rituals. He foL
lows a style that ha- created a dis-
tinct school in Orthodox chanting
and liturgical renditions and hat
urge following throughout the
Jewish world. A nominal charge
of one dollar will includ all e
ices at which Cantor Gartner wi
chain. The C01
:ii ions be mi le i nme liat I
REV. SAMUEL GARTNER
Joining them in their goofy go-
ings-on is a cast of able comedians,
players and an entire vaudeville
troupe.
Grade's mania for dumbbell re-
marks is given full swing in this
fun fest that is crammed with belly
laughs galore.
One of the most distinguished
casts ever assembled for a produc-
tion is that of "Hitch Hike Lady,"
fast moving comedy-drama, which
comes to the Seventh Avenue The-
atre, starting Sunday.
Enacting the starring role is
that distinguished comedienne, Al-
ison Skipworth. In support of
Miss Skipworth are such capable
players as Mae Clarke, Jimmy El-
lison, Arthur Treacher and War-
ren Hymer.
The members of the party learn
that the old lady is in ignorance
of the fact that her son is a prison
inmate, and their efforts to keep
her from learning the truth pro-
vide many of the excruciating com-
edy situations.
Famous Cantor
To Chant Service
I hodox synagog ue of Au ti ... and
one of the leading positions of
Europe, for twenty-eight years. In
198] he came to the United States,
where he has occupied the posi-
tion as cantor of the Chovevei To-
rah Synagogue at Eastern Park-
way, Brooklyn. During that time
he has chanted at the Yeshiva of
Bensonhurst Synagogue and is now
on a concert tour of the United
Carrying out its intention to
bring leaders of the liturgical
world to Miami for the current win-
ter season, Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion at Miami Beach will hear the
world famous cantor. Rev. Samuel
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Tampa Notes
Plans for a benefit card party
were made at the regular monthly
meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
Kodoph Sholom Temple last Thurs-
day, February Cth.
The party will take place at the
home of .Mrs. s. Simovitz, 886 S.
Delaware ave., February 20th, at
2 p. m. The committee in charge
of arrangements consists of M
(hums M. Haimovitz, Isidore Ai>-
ramovitz, S. Jenkins and Manuel
Aronovitz.
Hostesses for the afternoon were
Mrs. Simon Marks and Mrs. A. M.
Wolfson.
STATEWIDE NEWS
St. Petersburg
Notes
Orlando Notes Jacksonville News
The many friends of Mrs. Adam
Wolfson are happy to know that
her condition is very much im-
p i ed.
i << Friday, 8 p, in., al
B'nai Israel will hear Rabbi A. s
Kleinfeld speak on "The People
Everybody Knew;." Saturday, 9:30
a. m.
Mi M. M. Segal returned from
Jacksonvillef where Bhe was the
I m -i of her daughter and son-in-
av., M and .Mis. M. I., lloliis.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Soman an-
nounce the birth of a daughter at
the Tampa Municipal Hospital last
week.
Mr. Victor Brash of Yankee-
town, Fla., visited with his mother
and family over the week-end.
Mr. Louis Pcretzman and his
daughter, Rose, left for New York
City, where they will attend the
marriage of Mr. Peretzman's niece.
Sunday, February 16th, 8 p. m.,
the Judaic Cotmcil will give a
"Major Tannenbaum Amateur
Hour" and "Package Party" at
Cong. B'nai Israel auditorium for
the benefit of the building fund.
Hostesses, Mrs. Harry Williams
and Mrs. Ilenkcn.
Mrs. Melvin E. Siegel of Toledo,
Ohio, is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Ressler.
Mrs. Sidney Jacobs of Atlanta,
Ga., is the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Argintar.
Mrs. Eli Katz and daughter of
I Terre Haute, Ind., are the guests
of her brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Katz.
Mr. and Mrs. e. Gelman gave
a reception and card party in hon-
or of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mein-
ster and son, Eddy, of Philadel-
phia, Pa., at the vestry rooms of
the synagogue. Mr. Meinster is a
brother of Mrs. Gelman. Many-
friends attended and an abundance
of refreshments were served.
Mrs. A. Berger entertained
he. twin daughte Thelma and
Barbara, recently at th ir home,
celebrating their tenth birthday
anniversary. Games were played
and prizes awarded. Refreshments
carrying oul the color s heme were
served.
Mrs. .\la\ Blattner was in Jack-
sonville visiting relatives.
Mrs. .1. Rosen entertained at a
charming bridge Tuesday after-
noon at her home. She was assist-
ed by her house guest, Mrs. Han-
nah Fred of Chicago. An enjoy-
able evening was had by all those
who attended.
Mrs. S. I*. Kramer was h<
to a meeting of the Pushaloter
Club, held last week in her home
in Springfield,
er a short business meeting
i joyed. Winne
high prizes were Mrs. o. Margol
ami Mrs, William Schemer. Mrs.
mer, Miss Clara Kramer, Mn.
11. siott and Mrs. II. Heyman won
other prizes.
Following bridge a delicious buf-
fet supper was served in the din-
ing room.
Many friends stayed until a late
hour to celebrate with the hostess
her nineteenth wedding anniver-
sary and the birthday of her son,
Irving, which also took place on
Tuesday.
Mrs. Michel King of Philadel-
phia is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Kaufman for the winter season.
Tampa section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, have indefi-
nitely postponed their annual
luncheon. Mrs. Marian M. Miller,
of New York City, executive sec- ]
retary of the national council, who
was to be the guest of honor, was
called back to New York on ac-
count of illness in her family.
Elaborate preparation is being
made for the great social event
on February 23rd, 8 p. m., when
the sketch written by .1. Adler,
"Laugh, People, Laugh," will be
presented. In addition, a musical
program will be rendered by pro-
fessional talent.
.Miss Else Baresch of Berlin,
Germany, is a student at Rollins
College, Miss Baresch was award-
ed a scholarship to Rollins by
President Hamilton Holt.
Mrs. Jennie Sierkese entertained
in her home for the younger social
set, among whom were present
Arnold Jacobs, Eddy Meinster, I.
Schuster, Ralph Levy, Frank G.
Kleinfeld, Hazel Abrams, Fein
Goldberg and Sonia Filk.
The formal installation of the
>f livers for 1936, of Orlando
; Lodge No. 104.!, B'nai B'rith, was
| held Tuesday night, February 4th,
I in the vestry rooms of the syna-
I gogue. This was an open meeting
and many visitors were present for
the impressive ritual. An elab-
orate program of entertainment
was given.
The regular monthly meeting of
the I laughters of Israel was held
Wednesday afternoon in the audi-
torium of the Jewish Center.
Mrs. M. Wolfson and Mrs. A.
Sager were hostesses for the
meeting.
Mrs. M. D. Margolis and Mrs.
T. M. Schneider, program chair-
men, presented a most interesting
program. Dr. Thomas M. Palmer,
child specialist, addressed the gath-
ering on "Keeping the Child
Healthy."
Mrs. Fannie Baer, 79, mother of
Mrs. Ernest Maas and Mrs. Car-
oline Wolf, died recently at the
home of Mrs. Maas. She was a
resident of Tampa for the last ten
years. The body was sent to Wash-
ington, Mrs. Baer's former home,
I and was accompanied by her two
(laughters and son-in-law. Mr. Er-
| nest Maas.
Besides her two daughters and
I son-in-law here, Mrs. Baer is sur-
vived by three sons, Moe, Milton
I and Bernard Baer, two sisters and
a niece and a nephew of Washing-
ton; a sister in Maryland, three
nieces, Miss Audrey Louise Maas
and Miss Dolly Wolf of Tampa and
Mrs. Stanley Harris of Jackson-
ville, and two nephews, Ernest
Maas, jr., of Tampa, and William
Weichelbaum of Savannah.
.Mrs. Baer came to Tampa after
I the death of her husband. She
was a member of the Schaarai Ze-
ilek Sisterhood.
TAMPA Y. M. H. A. NOTES
SundayMorning, senior basket-
ball team; afternoon, junior bas-
Rabbi Kleinfeld organized a lit-
erary club among the veterans at
the U. S. Veterans Administration
Home, when various topics were
discussed and a piano recital of
Jewish traditional music was
played by the rabbi, the soldiers
participating. These meetings take
place every Tuesday and Friday
morning.
ketball team; evening, bowling,
pool, cards, chess, checkers and
ping pong.
Monday- Meeting of board of
directors; also the Co-Ed Club.
TuesdayMeeting of Merryfcl-
lows and Pinochle Club.
WednesdayWomen's and girls'
night in the gym.
ThursdayClass in tap and ac-
robatic dancing for children; meet
ing of dramatic group.
FridayAfternoon, meeting of
the Junior Girls' Club; evening,
religious services at temple and
synagogue.
The annual banquet and instal-
lation of officers of Ohev Sholom
' Synagogue was held in the vestry
rooms last Sunday night. The
1 guest speaker of the evening was
: Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami
Orthodox Synagogue of .Miami.
Rabbi B. Safer offered the bless-
! ing and delivered an interesting
talk. Lou Wolly related anecdotes
and appealed for support of the
synagogue. Mrs. Joe Wolfe, pres-
ident of the Ladies' Auxiliary, re-
sponded to a tribute to the ladies.
She stressed the need for unity of
thought and purpose in order to
have a harmonious community.
Louis Ha,mi installed the officers
for 1936 and made brief appro-
priate remarks in the conduct of
the different offices. .Meyer Gold-
berg. Messrs. Phillips and Rubin
of the Sanford Kennel Club deliv-
ered short, interesting talks. A
substantial sum of monej was
raised for the mortgage indebted-
ness due now.
Among the ladies who served on
the various committees to help
make this event one of the most
outstanding banquets in the his-
tory of the Jewish community in
Orlando were: Mrs. Joe Wolfe,
Mrs. I. Becker, Mrs. M. .1. Safer.
Mrs. A. Haimowitz, Mrs. Harry
Kottelman, Mrs. Ben Katz, Mrs.
The first of a series of duplicate
contract tournaments to be held
under the auspices of the Temole
Sisterhood February committee will
he held February l!l and 26 in the
i auditorium of Cohen Brothers at
1:45 o'clock.
The tournament will be directed
by Mrs. John C. Gray and is open
to the public.
Tbi' event will be in the form of
a "pair tournament." using the
Mitchell movement. Scoring will
be by match points ami at the con-
clusion of the play of the boards
winners in both the North-South
and East-West positions will be
awarded attractive prizes.
At a recent meeting of the Tem-
ple Sisterhood plans were com-
pleted for the local Sisterhood's
] part in the convention of the Tri-
H. Safer, Mrs. M. M. Segal, Mrs.
Lieberman, Mrs. B, Safer. .Mrs.
Ben Katz and Mis. B. J. Cohen.
Mr. II. Lieberman was chairman
of the ticket sales committee. He
was assisted by Messrs. Hyman
Roth, Harry Kanner, Morris Wit-
tenstein and I. Friedman.
Jimmy Becker and Ben Katz ar-
ranged the decorations.
The officers installed for 1936
wen: B. J. Cohen, president; Har-
ry Kanner, vice-president; I. Fried-
man, treasurer; M. I. Levinc, cor- i
responding secretary; Sam Zago-
rian, recording secretary, and H.
Lieberman, I. Coplon, Hyman Roth,
trustees.
State Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods, which will take place in
March in Miami, and of which Mrs.
Ix;onard Grunthal is president.
Mrs. Ray Halle, Mrs. I. L. Kaplan,
Mrs. L. P. Lippman and Mrs. L. M.
Lippman were elected delegates to
this convention. Mrs. i.. Grunthal
and Mrs. .). M. Giickstcin being
Officers of the Tri-State Federa-
tion, will also represent the local
organization at Miami.
I i night of February Huh will
usher in the thirteenth annual cab
r.ret of the Daughters of I
i a la event will '' 1 eld in 1 he
spacious ballroom of the
Center.
M Ethel Joel and M: -. A. Sa-
ger, chairmen of the dance, are in
. i)' ai rang ments, Thi cen -
ter will be decorated for the fes-
tivities and Mrs. T. .'I. .- hneider
will be In charge of the tables.
Mrs. Hairy Finkelstein and Mrs.
M. Hammerman base planned an
entertainment program.
Mrs. Sam (Janice has been I
to ibe committee, which includes
many of the most active workers
of the Daughters of Israel.
Tickets for the event may be
secured from any member of the
organization. Reservations for
separate tables may be made by
calling Miss Ethel Joel or the Jew-
ish Center. A delicious supper
course will also be served.
Funds derived from the evening
will be used for the Jewish Center
Hebrew School. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend.
An entertaining feature of this
week was the Oneg Shabbat gath-
ering in the Jacksonville Jewish
Center, .Silver and Third sts in
honor of the delegates and visitors
here to attend the Southern Re-
gional convention of Hadassah.
Presenting the program for the
afternoon were Mrs. Ixona Moss,
Mrs. Archie Puldy. Mrs. Jack Beck-
er, Mrs. M. D Margolis and Miss
Rose Soloff.
Mrs. Moss, chairman, introduced
Yonah Yanai, from Palestine, a
delegate to the llashomer Hatzair
Organization of America and a
member of the American Kibbutz
(workers' collective group) in Has-
lerah, Palestine.
A play reading, "Mother of Ex-
iles," written by Mildred Wcin-
berg Kreimer, was presented by a
group of Hadassah members.
Following the program the
Daughters of Israel, the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Jewish Center,
were hostesses to the guests as-
sembled. The hostesses served
dainty sandwiches and cakes.
B'rith entertainment committee,
are acting as co-chairmen and are
assisted bv a very able committee.
Mr. Sam Barrows of Lido apart-
ment s. Palm Beach, has as his
guests here for a two weeks' visit
his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Nat S. Barrows and two
daughters of Mt. Yemen. N. Y.,
and also his uncle, Henry Stein-
man, and cousin, Louis Simon of
Brooklyn, N. Y.
West Palm Beach
Notes
I tain a group of young friends to-
night at a valentine party at her
home.
Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146,
I B'nai B'rith, met last Monday
[night, when B'nai B'rith activities
|of vital importance were discussed.
social hour followed the meeting,
jwith Mr. Harry Dietz as host.
Miss Mildred Mass will enter-
A successful benefit card party
was given last Sunday evening by
the Beth El Sisterhood at Marlin's
in Palm Beach, with Mrs. Sam
Scher as hostess.
Judge M. Spizer of New York.
here for a several weeks' stay, at-
tended Beth El services last Fri-
day night and was the speaker of
the evening.
N. Herman officiating.
Congregation Beth El wdll hold
services tonight at the synagogue
on Fein st., at 8:15.
Prizes were awarded at each Services at Temple Beth Israel
bridge playing table, and refresh- on Broward ave. will start at H::iu
ments were served. o'clock this evening, with Dr. Carl
What promises to be the great-
est local Jewish charity benefit
affair will be the entertainment
and dance sponsored by the local
B'nai B'r'ith lodge for the United
Jewish Welfare Bureau of this
city Wednesday evening, March
4th.
Mr. Joseph Mendel, president of
the Welfare Bureau, and Martin
Dubbin, chairman of the B'nai
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vangilder of
Upland road have as their house
guest their cousin, Miss Nell
Weitzman of Newark, N. J.
Announcement of the opening o1"
the B'nai B'rith Jewish book shelf
the first Jewish book shelf in the
Memorial Public Library of West
Palm Beachhas aroused much in-
terest and favorable comment
among Jews and non-Jews locally.
The bookcase is very prominently
displayed in the main reading room
of the library and now has more
than seventy books on its shelves.



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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDlAN
Friday, February 14, 1936
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8:15 ,'. loi k. Dr. ... ib H. Kaplan
will speak on -.:.. m aning of the
This will be the
last lecture in the course on the
ideals of the prayer I"
ted in further studies
of Je wish 1 i-**- and ideals are si-
come to attend the class in Juda-
ism Saturday morning from '.' to
I! o'clock in the rabbi's study,
an I Sunday morning from 10:30 Lo
n Modern Jewish Problems.
\ isitoi b ai cordially welcome
to all our service.-, and are asked
in spend a few moments after
services at a reception held in Kap-
lan Hall of the Temple, in Sabbath
greeting, and to get acquainted
ach other.
ng one dollai.
We wish thank all the lo> t ly
who are contributing >.: mej
and !>nnks in the library. You are
a tine and lasting service for
our community.
Next week we will continue to
list the hooks to lie found on our
> helves. I)o come and sceo us.
The Pan Hellenic House Associa-
tion of New York is giving an
opportunity to all college students
to win a prize by writing an os-
ay "\\ the subject. "Why I Should
Sec .New York." Those who are
interested may see Dr. Kaplan,
who will give them full instruc-
tions.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL |
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Religious school meets every
Sunday morning from in to 12:16
o'clock. Assembly from 11:46 to
12:15. Mildred Joseloff gave the
( pening prayer, Natalea Simon
read the service and Gloria Kir-
stein gave the closing prayer. The
birthday celebrated was Mclvin
Highest collection for the
hool from intermediate depart-
la.-- 1. and best attendance
from intermediate department,
I and 5.
A matter of more than ordi-
nary interest has come to my at-
tention in the past week. A mag-
azine called the N'eo Christian has
just been launched, which promises
to begin a movement to Rather to-
gether in one organization real hu-
man beings. It propop a and to-
il of al1 faiths t > join in
this community, which i.- to be-
come a model society, whose lov
for other human beings is in no
way dependent on race, national-
ity, class or color, but who under-
stand that all are brother- under
the skin." Subscription price is
SI a year, which may be sent to
the N'eo Christian. L':l West *7th
Each entrant will get two
chances to prove his worth, the
last two dogs to finish among the
eight that will go to the post in
each trial heat being dropped. This
process of elimination for the rich
stakes will continue until the semi-
finals are run off on Tuesday and
Wednesday, .March 3rd and -lth,
and then the eight finalists will
fight it out for gold and glory on
Florida Derby eve, Friday.
0th.
Jake Sherand Bill Huntley,
ers and operators of the Weal
er Kennel Club, are getting
:t deal of credit for in
ing thii li' :t futurity event ever
held in racing greyhound hi
-. ii fai is the first time ;..,
a tual stake race has been a .
ranged for greyhound owner-. ana!
it i- the talk of the racing world,
Never before 'nave' greyhound
breeders entered a stake and tli >
began training dogs to compel
them, the eligibles being named
just as thoroughbreds are named
j for similar competition, all of them
before they had posted an offi-
cial race.
VAREEN MARTIN
Miss Martin, one of Miami's most talented young blues sing-
ers, appears nightly at the West Flagler Kennel Club, the featured
soloist with Mannie Gates' .Miami Biltmore orchestra. She is an
extraordinarily gifted young woman, whose rendition of popular
hi s of ill' day always evolves warm applause from the big throngs
lha i. el, to West Plagler for the outstanding greyhound races.
For the first time in its history
the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods will sponsor on the air
a quarter-hour of Jewish musk
and prayer. Beginning February
15th, this broadcast will be given
each Saturday morning at 9:40, K.
S. T., over station WLW, Cincin-
nati.
We had a visitor from Chicago,
Mrs. Delevitt, who was very help-
ful in teaching our children a new
I'urim song. She has consented to
Flagler Track
Begins Trials
The $2,000 West Flagler Futur-
ity, the only stake event of its
kind in the entire greyhound rac-
ing world, got off to an auspicious
total more than $2,000, when the
youngsters go to the post Tor th?
big race itself.
Favored young racing dogs, the
very cream of all the dog tracks
in Florida, will run in the elimi-
nation trials, which will be held at
regular intervals, probably every
other night, as one of the features
-t.. New York.
For my own joy I would like to start at the popular west side oval 07the regular nightly program!
have the names of all those who Wednesday night when the first
subscribe to this fine attempt ta ,,f 45 top bred youngsters came out
come to our school several weeks realize the ideals of every religion for the initial elimination trials.
to had the children in music. Call me up and let me know when The trials will continue unti"
_______ you subscribe.
Mrs. Frank A. Perlman is pre-
paring a Purim play which will be 'f >"u wish '" 1,' invited to the
gmn on March 8th, when a beau- inter-faith dinner for .lews, Prot-
tiful program will be presented to estantS and Catholics, which will
hildren and their parents. All
March 0th, the date of the Futur-
ity.
The purse, $1,000 added, will
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library of Temple Isra !
to remind you that we have
''mii- i.....ks tor adults ;
children. We are open Sat-
urday morning- from 10 to 12
o'clock, and Sunday from in to
12:30. You will find here many
fine reference books, history book-,
tine Jewish authors, new fiction.
als, plays, entertainments,
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to this same dinner.
VERY IMPORTANT
Sunday evening. February 16th,
Temple Israel invite- you I i :\ din-
ner dance at tile New Frolics Club,
13th st. and causeway, a most en-
joyable dinner and program. Mr.
A e AronovitZ is chairman for the
Temple and reservations may be
made with any of the committee,
or at the Temple office any niorn-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
Society
\t the late Friday evening serv-
I tonight at Beth David Syna-
jrue Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
inent author and lecturer, will
ak on "Spinoza, Philosopher
Jew." Dr. Wolfson is the au-
r of a volume on the life of
e noted Jewish philosopher, Spi-
za, and one of the foremost au-
orities on Spinoza in the United
Kates. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
int i-cxlurc the speaker. Cantor Na-
an Wroobel, assisted by the choir,
ill chant the services.
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One of the finest musical events
the current season will be the
la concert sponsored by the well
lown violinist and composer,
'of. Leo Portnoff, for the benefit
Beth Jacob Congregation Sun-
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FOR MEN and WOMEN
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On (he Ocean Between
5th and 6th Sis.
The Rambling
Reporter
B> JEAN EPSTEIN
Life in all its i:l"r_\, wondering
what to write about this week,
ho I think that I will keep on won-
d. i inr. ... I wonder when it will
get nice and hot in Miami, and
when it will get nice and warm
down North ... I wonder if Char-
lie Chaplin's picture "Modem
Times," will be the hit that the
critics say it will ... I wonder if
Leslie and Burte got their inspira-
tion for "Moon Over Miami" while
on the Marine Bar at the Florid-
ian, it sure am a pretty spot to
take your best i:;il ... I wonder
where Hitler will go when he dies.
(And pray God that it will be
soon) ... I wonder when Georgia
Jessel will find another hit like
the "Jazz Singer" ... I wonder
when Lou Holtz will forget his
walking stick And I wonder
whin Sophie Tucker will get a full
program on the air, she deserves it
. I wonder what's in back of
Mrs. McLean being llauptmann's
new backer And I wonder
what David J. Wilentz thinks aboul
it ... I wonder what Sir Charles
lligham, noted publicist and ad-
vertising director of London, Eng-
land, really thinks about our bal-
lyhoo advertising system ... I
wonder what Abraham Lincoln
would think about, if it was pos-
sible for him to send us a message,
and I wonder how he likes the late
Will Hogers, I bet they are great
I i ii .mI- by now ... I wonder what
Henry Ford would say if he were
poor these days And I wonder
why people get sunburn when they
can go to Berry Collins' Solariums
and get a swell tan and avoid all
(he nasty burns ... I wonder what
Franklin D. Roosevelt had for
breakfast today, and if he is wor-
ried about the coming election .
I wonder what Damon Kunyon was
thinking about last night walking
down Flagfler st. with his very
beautiful wife ... I wonder who
is Harry Richman's new heart
throb this season ... I wonder how
long it would take to start at the
north side of Carter's bar and fin-
ish at the south side of the bar
and take a drink at every seat .
I wonder what Satch and Satchel.
at the Pavilion Club, on the Mil-
lion Dollar Pier, think about when
they give you their famous dance
(the Stuff is here) ... I wonder if
Society
Beth David Congregation is
sponsoring the Miami appearance
of the noted author and lecturer,
I.udwig Lewlsohn, who will speak
in Miami on March 5th at the
Miami Senior High school audito-
rium. Full details of this event
will appear in an early issue.
* *
A joint committee for the pur-
pose of raising funds for the local
Arbeiter Ring Schule, the Pales-
tine tool campaign and the HIAS
began a drive this week locally and
will make a house-to-house cam-
paign. Mrs. Leon Flkin is chair-
man and is being assisted by Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, co-chairman of the
committee. Card parties to heJp
raise the funds are being held
Pat O'Brien, in pictures now, is
still as unhighhat as he was when I every afternoon and evening at the
I worked in stock w ith him in Bal- i Bay View apartments, 828 Third
timore And I wonder if Kath- st., Miami Beach, which will be
erine Hepburn remembers her concluded Thursday, February 20.
small part in "Cradle Snatchers," The public- is urged to attend,
also in Baltimore And I also
wonder when our boys will really
get the iniiui-. You don't have
to wonder about the delicious food
thai Belmonte serves you, it's real-
ly delicious ... I wonder if Hey-
wood Broun will ever make a seat
in congress (I hope so) ... 1 won-
der if Kddie Cantor will find I he
oranges the size of grapefruits, as
he did last year ... I wonder if
Dr. Morris Parker (Chicago's fin-
est surgeon) really forgot all his
palients for the week that he was
here for a rest ... And I wonder
it Bill Jordan, when his radio con-
tract comes through, will still be
the same Bill Jordan ... I wonder
if you know the "place that they
are talking alxiul" is Moray's Htif
Brau Haus, for Hungarian-Amer
ican cuisine ... So I'll keep right
on wondering, and wonder what
it's all about until next week.
Cheerio!
Strictly kosher
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MIAMI BEACH
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Mid Mineral Baths Mt. Clemens,
Mich.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 14, 193J
..
Buddy" Bishop
Is Candidate
w. B. (Buddy) Bishop, Jeffer-
son county farmer and stock rais-
er, and speaker of the 1985 house
of repi ntatives, advanced ;i
plan for the reorganization of the
Raiford prison farm today as he
;.- for elec-
tion as si
1 iculture.
Since th<
suitable for livestock .
Bishop said, he pro] osi 'I that it
be used foi the raising oi
k for disl
tjon at to Florida farmei a.
This would make the farm pro-
ductive, employ the prison labor
to advantage and avoid the com-
petition of prison farm produce
with that of private producers, he
Bishop .--aid it also would be his
policy to use the portion of the
state advertising fund, under the
commissioner of agriculture's con-
trol, which is collected in agricul-
tural sections for paid advertising
in local newspapers to create de-
mand for and assist in the sale of
marketable farm products.
Society
The annual Purim ball of Beth
David Sisterhood will be held at
the Columbus Hotel Roof on
March 4th, at which entertainers
from every nijrht dub in the Miami
district will appear to entertain the
guests. Full details of this annual
event will be announced in our
next i<
*. *
At the late services this evening,
beginning at 8:30 at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation,
Rabbi Julius Washer will preach
The Fulfillment of a Promise."
The usual congregational Binging
and chanting will be had. Visitors
arc invited to attend and enjoy
the services and the ,-ocial hour
which follows:
e h *-
Plans are being completed for
the annual I'urim dance sponsored
by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the fPjtr'llg JlllCC
Aids the Sick
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Bishop said he would work for
unified business control of the
scattered state institutions in or-
der that lost motion and waste be
eliminated.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion Tuesday evening, March 10th.
at the Kloridian Hotel. Miami
Beach, when gala entertainment
will be presented, in addition to
the dancing. In charge of arrangi
iiicnl- i.- a committee headed by
Mrs. A. M. Bass, general chairman.
She i- being assisted by Me dm:
Tina Kotkin and J. L. Shochet, in
charge of entertainment; Mrs. 3
Ilirsch. ill charge of program:
Mesdames X. Blumberg, H. Shul-
man and Mr. X. Adelman in charge
of tickets, and Mesdames M. Pal-
lott, I. Rosengarten, M. Weinber-
ger, II. Traeger, X. Adelman, Max
Mintzer and Ida Buckstein on the
general committee, Mrs. Julius
Washer is directing publicity for
the event. The proceeds will be
used for the Talmud Torah fund
of the organization.
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GO IE 5 LAMPS
Just think oi ill If you cue now USING
the oldest cook stove in your district
wo will give you a beautiful table top
model Electric Range absolutely free.
II your cook stove is the second oldest
you will receive a Wakefield L E. S.
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oldest will be given a Wakefield LE.S.
Table Lamp. No letter to write .
no puzzle to solve ... no package
tops to save. lust fill out the coupon
below and deposit it in the box at your
electric dealer's, in our store, or at any
Ford. Chevrolet or Plymouth show-
room. (When you cook electrically,
you'll have more time to enjoy your
car. See the 1936 Fords, Chevrolet
and Plymouth* at your dealers).
Three thousand four hundred and
eleven Florida Power & Light Company
customers changed to electric cookery
during 1935. 3.411 more Florida wom-
en ore enjoying this easier method oi
cooking. And the new cooking joys
are not ALL. The perfect electric oven
control, the automatic timers, th* lack
of black soot on pots and pans, arc
bringing many hours of extra freedom
to these women who have wisely
chosen electricity lor their cooking fueL
Why don't you join the big swing to
Electric Cooker;/? ,
P. S.Electric Water Heater is the run-
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and waiting 24 hours a day without
matches, noise or flames.
On Your Thrifty Three Rate, the Cost Per KWT"
Steps Down As Your Use Steps Up
FILL OUT AND CLIP THIS COUPON
IT very customer oi Honda Power & light Com-
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1The "Hunt" starts February IS and ends March
14. 1936.
*The stove entered may be cod. wood, kerosene,
gasoline, gas, electric or any other type.
4The stove entered must be used lor cooking at
ss praise! time.
SOur district managers reserve the right to re-
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Mo red tape, no strings. Don't put It olil Clip and
deposit this coupon today. Additional entry coupons
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Entry Ticket for "Oldest Stove" Hunt
I am entering ny ooor etore In the "OLDEST STOVE
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