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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Vol. 9No. 43

MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1936
Price Five Centi
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
Crisis and Future
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction whole or in
part strictly forbidden. Any in-
fringement will be prosecuted.
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
spondee! to in Europe. In Holland,
B'nai B'rith Holds Governor Earle Strictly
Good Will Meet Sounds Warning Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
in Belgium, in England money is 1>niladclPhia October 25th in com- protect its heritage of freedom and
pouring in upon Dr. Weizmann, m.cmoration f the fight for reli- religious; liberty," to "defend it
A few days ago, in the mandates
council of the League of Nation.?,
a number of statesmen led by Pro-
fessor Christian Lange of Norway
made a very serious effort to im-
press upon the British representa-
tive in the council the concern
which civilized men in all countries
felt over the danger that seemed
to threaten the Jewish resettlement
of Palestine. The statesmen in
question based their observations
not only on humanitarian grounds,
the plight of the Jewish people in
Eastern and Central Europe, but
also on the great civilizatory work
of the Jews in the near East and
upon general political and econom-
ic grounds. That the Polish rep-
resentative joined in this plea and
protest need not be blankly dis-
credited. For though the treat-
ment accorded by the Polish repub-
lic to its Jewish citizens is bar-
barous and indefensible, it is also
true that Poland as a whole is eco-
nomically in a very bad way and
that emigration of groups of its
nationals, irrespective even of race
or faith, might, as in the similar
situation of Ireland in the nine-
teenth century, become a legitimate
policy.
At the same time that this dis-
cussion took place in Geneva the
Jewish Agency, the officially ac-
credited representative of the Jew-
ish people in dealing with the
mandatory power and with the
league, issued a call to world Jew-
ry and very specifically to the Jews
of America for moral and finan-
cial aid. Despite nearly six months
of terrorism work in Palestine has
continued. Twenty-eight thousand
people have entered the land since
the beginning of the year; Tel
Aviv has become a port; on farm
and in shop, in town and village,
amid danger and infuriating injus-
tice our men and women have car-
ried on. They have continued
with their hands and with their
minds to create the goods and
values that constitute civilization.
Nevertheless the loss by sheer
wanton destruction, the burning of
crops, the uprooting of trees and
by the obstruction of traffic and
of other normal processes has been
Very great and very grievous and
the Jewish people is now called
upon to sustain our brethren in
Palestine and also to safeguard the
investment not only of many mil-
lions of money, but of heart and
soul and work and blood and hope
and redemption which the Palestine
Yishub represents in the living his-
tory of the Jewish people. And
our immediate question is: How
are Jews, how are American Jews
going to answer that call?
U is significant that the call i>
already being marvelously -
who is personally conducting the
appeal. And here? And among
us? The Atlantic ocean is a great
shock absorber. These men and
women in Holland and Belgium and
Kngland who are giving so gen-
erously are far from being all pro-
fessed and ideologically trained
Zionists. Of course, they are not.
But their hands are on the pulse
of the world situation of Jewry
literally so! They feel the throb,
the quiver, the fever and the pain.
And the fever spreads. Even in
London a Fascist horde invaded
Whitechapel; in France the Crolx
de Feu and the Action Fiancaise
menace the republic; the shadow
darkens over Spain.
The gloom deepens over man-
kind, and for Jews and for the best
among the few remaining Chris-
tians there is one light in the
gloomone light, the light of Pal-
estine, the light of our people and
its work in our land.
Jews of America, those of you
who are not Zionists, those of you
Cincinnati, OhioAlfred M. Co- ( Philadelphia (WNS) Having
hen, president of B'nai B'rith, will i seen the terrible consequences of j
represent Jewry at the mass good intolerance abroad, the American I By I'HINEAS J. BIRON
".''.'. demonstration to be held in people "must ever be on guard to Political Seasoning
A million copies of a circular
containing statements by Jews on
against those who would pit one j Landon's record on racial and re-
religious or racial group against ligious tolerance have zeen mailed
another," because "we cannot af- I to Jewish voters throughout the
ford to let it happen here," George : country ... A certain very promi-
H. Earle, governor of Pennsylva- nent New York Jewish industrial-
nia, declared in an address at the ist and good wilier footed the bill
opening session of the twenty-sec- ... A New York state congress-
gious liberty made by Roger Wil-
liams 300 years ago.
Everett R. Clinchy, director of
the National Conference of Jews
and Christians, will represent the
Protestants, and the Catholic
speaker will be Cornelius C.
O'Brien, master of the Calvert dis- ond annual convention of Hadas-
trict, fourth degree, Knights of
Columbus.
The entire affair is being spon-
sored by B'nai B'rith.
The ceremonies, which will be
sah. Speaking at the banquet
which ushered in Hadassah's sil-
man who is well known for his
friendliness toward Jewish causes
is giving his friends a headache
witnessed by an expected crowd I ance and persecution destroy the
ver jubilee year, Governor Earle I because he signed a letter togeth-
haileu Palestine as holding out er with one of the country's most
'hope of sanctuary when intoler- j notorious Jew-baiters The
of 2,000, will take place at the
foot of the Statue of Religious
Liberty, which B'nai B'rith gave
to America in 1876, on the hun-
dredth anniversary of the Declara-
tion of Independence.
A 90-piece WPA band will open
the program under the direction
of L/tecfut Joseph Franked, Swell
known band director. Louis Ger-
shenfeld, first vice-president of
B'nai B'rith's district No. 3, is
chairman of the committee in
charge, and will introduce Joseph
right of life, liberty and the pur-
suit of happiness."
Reviewing American interest in
and support of the Jewish home-
land since the days of Woodrow
Wilson, Governor Earle said that
the United States has consistently
recognized and supported the pur-
pose of the Zionists to provide
a home for homeless Jews in Pal-
estine. "Every American," he de-
clared, "knows of the love of Jews
for the land associated with the
great beginnings of their history,
and every Jew must rejoice that
this undying loyalty has been
W. Salus, member of the order's
who have been frightened or made | executive committee, who will pre-
uncomfortable by some of the j sent the officer of the day.
harsh and bitter truths that Zion- The three principal addresses
ism must proclaim, those of you will be broadcast over a radio ; on the sure foundations of justice
who are trying to turn your eyes hook-up. and well being for all residents
------------------------ i thereof. I confidently hope that
Baltimore Rabbi the co-operation of the American
Coughlin-Lemke party in New
York ignortd party lines in seek-
ing to endorse candidates for the
state election, but it hewed close
to racial lines ... the Coughlin-
ites favored a Republican for gov-
ernor and a Democrat for attorney
general ... Of course, their sup-
port was rejected, but just for rec-
ord's sake let it be known that
the opponents of the candidates
who could have had Couglinite
bucking are Jews.
Trans-Oceanic
A quiet movement is under way
1 in Poland to do something about
crowned by the establishment of a fL ._-_., t. j- ,
, L vt i t. tne secret meshumadim, Jewish
Jewish National Home resting up- ,__-_. .
, .. ... I converts to Christianity who con-
and your hearts away from the
Jewish world crises and who never-
theless know deeply within you
that it exists and that it is but
one question and one crisis for all
the worldall of you, high and
humble, apparently indifferent, ap.
parently totally immersed in your
normal American livesyou, all of
you, each of youif a messenger
came to you suddenly and said:
"We are defeated; we are plowed
under; there is no more Yishub in
Palestine; that dream and hope
are over and that light is quenched
and nothing is left us now except
to ask for sterile charitable gifts
for those in the somber lifeless,
lightless Galuth of an ever widen-
ing area of total misery ... if a
messenger came to you with such
a message, which God forbidbut
if such a messenger came to you
with such a message in your homes
or shops or offices, how would you
feel, how would you react, what
would it do to you?
Oh, you might appear to go on
with your ordinary occupations
and pleasures and you might,
many of you, do your best to "re-
press" what you had heard. But
deep in the innermost soul of each
of you, of the most hostile, of the
most indifferent, there would be
an intolerable pang, an inconsol-
able grief, an immitigable blight.
Ah, yes, there would be. You have
listened when you have feigned to
be deaf and you have heard when
you have feigned not to hear and
you have understood with the heart
even when with the nerves and
the social terrors and striving you
(Continued on Page 6)
To Speak Here
Special Friday evening services
will be held at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, 1545 S. W.
Third st., tonight at 8 o'clock to
hear Rabbi Abraham Kellner of
Petach Tikvoh Congregation of
Baltimore, Md., who will be guest
speaker. Rabbi Kellner is a speak-
er of note and one of the leaders
of the Jewish community in Balti-
more. He is a graduate of the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva of
New York and served as rabbi of
several pulpits prior to his pres-
ent position in Baltimore. He has
been a prominent figure in the
Zionist movement in Baltimore.
Following Rabbi Kellner's address
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Con-
gregation will be hosts at a recep-
tion in the vestry rooms of the
congregation.
Christianity who con-
tinue to maintain their social con-
tacts with Jews Jewish lead-
ers in Poland are said to be exer-
. cised over the report that some of
people will contribute to the fur-L. _-_v__j,_ ,.
.....'the meshumadim hold positions in
Jewish communay agencies .
ther progress of the Holy Land,
which I am sure will continue to
give light and leading to all the
world."
Paying tribute to the achieve-
ments of Hadassah, which he said
had spent $7,000,000 for health
work in Palestine, Governor Earle
rebuked those who saw any con-
flict between Zionism and Ameri-
f eanism, and emphasized that "it
Speaking of converts reminds us
that the sponsors of the Palestine
Symphony Orchestra are being
criticized for engaging Bruno Wal-
ter, German-Jewish conductor, be-
cause he is a convert Foolish,
because Walter is a persecuted ex-
ile .. The London Jewish Chron-
icle is carrying advertisements
I of the world should unite to pro-
; vide a refuge in Palestine for their
I oppressed brothers." American
1 policy, both domestic and foreign,
' he declared, has remained stead-
jfast in its adherence to the prin-
| ciple that the rights of minorities
must be respected.
During the past year Hadassah
raised $600,800 for its projects in
Palestine, the largest sum raised
in any single year since it was
founded in 1912, Mrs. Samuel J.
Rosensohn reported. Of the total
amount, $264,000 went toward the
maintenance of the Hadassah hos-
AJ AV OlOCerS Pita,s' c,inics, health centers, in-
| fant welfare stations school hy-
--------- I giene and school luncheons; $60,000
Last Sunday evening at a gen- wM a)located for the building fund
eral meeting of the Miami Jewish of the Rothschiid Hospital.
Orthodox Congregation nomina-
tions for officers resulted in the
following being unanimously
named: President, H. M. Drevich;
warning Jews to stay away from
s nght and proper that the Jews ) streets where the
Synagog Names
Fascists hold
meetings Orthodox rabbis in
Europe are saying prayers for
Catholic priests and nuns in Spain
... If the Hungarian Fascists have
their way Premier Koloman Da-
ranyi, successor to the late Julius
Goemboes, won't last long .
They don't like him because he
refused to name a Fascist as min-
ister of the interior The He-
brew World Union is planning to
establish circles of Hebrew read-
ers throughout the world The
members will pledge themselves to
buy a number of Hebrew books
each year ... In other words, they
are forming the first Hebrew book-
of-the-month club General
Goering, number two Nazi, must
have forgotten that the late Otto
Lilienthal, German-Jewish aviation
pioneer, was non-Aryan Goer-
from the following: P. Berkowitz, ing n*s become the patron of the
B. Chertkoff, A. Pepper, Louis Ad- Otto Lilienthal Society for Aero-
first vice-president, J. Louis ler, M. Grossman, William Clein,
Shochet; second vice-president,
Max Mintzer; secretary, Nathan
Blumberg, and treasurer, Nathan
Adelman. Eight vacancies on the
board of directors will be chosen
M. Farber, Barney Drevich, Harry
Seitlus, R. Bern, I. Rosengarten.
Election for members of the board
will be held the early part of No-
vember.
nautic Research.
This and That
New York Nazis are getting
ready to welcome Fritz Berber,
(Continued on Page 6)


Page Twe
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 23, 1936
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the! fl*
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega- I
tion is sponsoring one of its re*-- it
ular series of card parties Sunday
evening, October 25th. at 8 o'clock
ia the clubrooms of the Y. M. H.
A., southwest corner of Sixteenth
ave. and Fifth st. Prixes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend.
>o<------->o<
e* SOCIETY >
Beth David Junior congregation
will hold the first services of the
season Saturday morning; October
Mtb, at 10:30 o'clock. w:th Junior
Cantors Jack Mendel! and Irving
Ginsburg chanting the service, and
at o'clock, to be preceded by a
board meeting1 at 1:30. An in-
teresting program will be present-
ed to be followed by a social hour.

Mrs. Henry Seitlin returned to
the city after spending some time
in New York City.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau is spon-
on Friday evening. October 30th,
at > o'clock, with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro ,-fficiating and preaching;
Cantor Louis Hayman will be as-
sisted by Beth David Choir, com-
posed of Mesdas-.es VMn Efser-
.:":'. Max Pepper. Sam Rubinstein.
Wilhaai Weir.traub. Ed Friedman.
Charles Marks. Terry Stein. Joseph
Sytr.ar. r.d the Misses A dele Se-i
fa:;. Thelrr.a Gr.-pper. Ethel Fort.
Dolly Solby, Shirley Raskin and :
Er.gler.
made.

A play reading at the home of
Mrs. Harry Rubin. 1736 S. W.
Ninth st.. on Wednesday evening.
October 30th, at 7:45 o'clock, is
betas; sponsored by the Miami
chapter of Senior Hadassah. Mrs.
William V. Little, well known dra-
rr.ar.c reader, will g-.ve a reading
M of Broadway's stage hits.
Admission will be dim dollar per
tor, and Joseph Lentx. state tech- political aspects of Zionism,
nkal director. The next meeting of Junior Ha-
dassah will be a dinner meeting on |
November 9th.
Funeral services for Mrs. Paul- Mij? Anju silverman, member-
ine Herman. 55. were held Mon- ship chairman, announced a mem-
day in the Ahern funeral chapeL ^n-^ partv on November 2nd for
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated and pa;d mmbers and guests, and that'
the body was interred at Woodlawn a gM pin would v^ presented to |
Park cemetery. tlw ?irl bringing in the most new
Mrs. Herman, a resident of Mi- mmbrs between now and the tur-
ami for the past 13 years, died ke%. trot tQ ^ held on .November
a board meeting
,-emng, October 26th,
Mrs. Marry Gross-
uylvania ave., Mi-
ami Beach, at 8 o'clock, and all
board members are requested to be
present.

Josef Hofmann, one of the
world's greatest pianists, will play
Chopin's Concerto in F Minor and
Rubinstein's Concerto in D Minor
for his concert here with the Uni-
versity of Miami symphony orches-
tra. Dr. Arnold Yolpe, conducting,.
at the Olympia Theatre on Novem.
ber 2nd.
The concert here, the only one
which Hofmann will give in Florida
this year, will be a gala event, mu-
sically speaking. He comes ac-
claimed by three continents during
the past year as greater than ever
oefore in his career.
eoante.
IlM first BBSS ting if the recently'4" "" :
r-.ryanixed Z::r.:st i strict of
Greater M ai will be bald the Last
first Moadaj of Kosasabai sad tbs
Hit) MoSaiaj at each .r.th there-
after. These wiH be prissarl y cul-
their Bwpooa and will be
The public is ir.v-.ted to
:; -r.~ir.ent speakers y various ameen ax tae loose and
Last night an enthusiastic meet-
ing :f the membership campaign
: of Sholem lodge of
Br.ai Briti was held at the Pala-
tial Restaurant. Talks were made
mm..... King At I --. xt ieet
tag to b< i i Beth David Tal-
B all 1 of di-
rectors wiU be named. Fall fa-
tails *'... .it-rear ;.r next >sr.

- Jew.
Welfare Bureau, held last Mest-
- | -- i-. -. feted the t
fficers Stanley .' Myers |
- ?! R. -st rke-pre*.
--1 TM*-
-lier.t Burcr. at Kirs.'-. M;
secretary 7- Fraak Core*, treas-
rar, a- I Las Ackerrna.-.. assistant
treasurer Amendments '-: t'--. c.n-
Mr. Louis G

Borary
fhainwjB, and E. Albert PaDoCt,
,-iirr.ar. ;:" the ratonaigB -; it-
tee. A goal :f two hundred and
' .: BMmben has :e^r. set foe this
taia the
alga in irder t: MM
:f t if.v< : :ard of
the grand lodge :' th<
si in Jaaaa
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bridge
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stirur.on
tne stx*s tat were
unar d-.?ttu aatborixaf
the fen f the Baroa de
1-1 i-s.-- Meyer Lean Pwad ::
Jew i-e Dum

Tea; brad Sisterhc :d is
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6 : tl x -. Kaphu Hall 1:" N.
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hiiesses for a beaafit
Loyalty
Eaaaab Charter. O. E
today eveaiaCi Soreairer 4th.
at Beth Darid Tahaad T;rah Hal.
Pries "-.'. re awar-de-d foe
i refreshments -
public invited t:
ittend.

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iraBaatrsatka it bis best
r aorel
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States
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Max. of Cleveland. Ohio, and Prof.
Abbott of Hillsdale. Mich.; a
daughter. Mrs. Murray Kellman.
Miami.

At the last meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau Ladies' Aux-
iliary. Mrs. S. N. Halpert was
named Miami chairman of the pen-
ny boxvs Mrs. Rose Miles chair-
man of Miami Beach and Mrs. Ben-
LeVir.e .-'-.airman of hospi-
taty Mrs. I_ J. Harts will be in
charge of the rummage store op-
erated by the organixation and
Hit, Hyan N. Levy will direct the
o; classes and choral group.
*
Joint bwtaBatioa :'. the officers
t the Jewish Welfare Bureau and
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the or-
fan.tati.n wit] be baM at the Al-
amac Hotel, Mia- Beach, the era-
o ;f Koreaibax Ilth Mn Ben-
jaaua LeVrat is chainaaa of the
uaittee Full de-
. arrear in :ur next issue.
a
ert Baraett, th- km of Mr.
ad Mrs. Myer >mcti d will re-
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ar.i t.-.e aewa] beandBCi a.-.d will
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It Babbi Arrahi- Keil-
Ber :t Bait.re a gwMt :f the
grogatioa, --.11 sreak during the
ser--.;es. A recepti.n with the tit-
DtS f tht Bir MhSTt as his:?
i tlow m the vestry r::~s of
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Friday, October 23, 1936
TMK JBWISM FLORIDIAN
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FLORIDA'S ONLY tWlSH WKEKLY
PUBLISHED EVF.RY FRIDAY
l>y the
JEWISH KLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
P. O. Box 2W78
News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5304
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
621 S. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-1113
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulate Manager
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
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Entered a> aecond elans matter July 4, 1H3. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida,
under the Act of March 3. 1879.
ST. PETERSBURG WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Representative Representative
ORLANDO TAMPA
MRS. B. J. COHEN MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative Representative
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1936
Vol. 9No. 43
Worth Considering
We are indeed appreciative for Ihe many offers of co-
operation received as a result of the brief article on the
kosher butcher situation locally.
We cannot help but comment on some significant re-
marks contained in a rather interesting letter:
"What reliance can the Jewish consumer place
on the 'shoched' in reputed kosher butcher stores
when it is a well known fact that the wages received
by this 'shoched' average between thirteen and
eighteen dollars per week. Is it not human for
him to look aside when violations occur? Don't
you think that one entrusted with this important
religious duty should be paid a decent living wage
by his butcher? The prices paid by this particular
butcher, one who has been here for years, is a
rather sad commentary on the Jewish community
. Should not our rabbis exercise some of their
inherent privileges and thus bring about respect for
themselves and their fellow Jews?"
May we respectfully suggest to our correspondent that
our rabbis are more than willing to do the right thing, and
happy to help in any matter that augurs well for the Jewish
community. But does the average layman stand ready-
to support the rabbi when support becomes necessary? Sup-
posing the rabbi should dec'are that because of such condi-
tions as our correspondent complains of, the public should
cease patronizing this butcher will the public stop
buying?
Bea Silver, vice-president; corre-
sponding secretary, Mrs. Kathryn
Morris; recording secretay, Miss
Janet Kaasnik; treasurer, Joseph-
ine Kolman; historian, Ethel Lip-
owsky, and parliamentarian, Ida
Ellgler. Elected to the board of
directors were Mrs. Nat Blumberg,
Mrs. Al Rosenfeld, Miss Lillian
Falk, Mrs. Fineberg, Miss Bea
Bornstcin, Mrs. Jules Wilson, Mrs.
Weiner and Ida Engler.
Miss Ida Engler was appointed
chairman of the installation, which
will take place in the near future.
Miss Ann Lehrman, retiring
president, opened the Junior Divi-
sion meeting last Monday and then
presented the gave] to the newly
elected president, Sam Badanes,
who made a brief outline of the
work for the ensuing year. Miss
Ruthie Atkins then presented Miss
Lehrman with a gift from the en-
tire membership.
A committee consisting of Ann
Lehrman, Ruth Atkins, Al Lewis,
Isidor Mayerowitz and Elizabeth
Rosenkrantz were appointed to
make necessary plans for an In-
stallation dance. Hy Webman,
membership chairman, selected the
Following members to assist him:
Eva Wernikoff, Irving Rotfort,
Charles Adelman and Gertrude
Shaif. Isidore Mayerowitz, ath-
letic chairman, announced that his
committee would sponsor a pool
tournament, starting Monday, No-
vember 2nd. Entry fee 16c, which
will go towards the purchasing of
prizes for winners of first and sec-
ond places. Program Chairman
Larry Schwartz announced his
committee, namely. Miss Ann
Lehrman, Hyman Ruben, Ruthye
Bernstein and Charles Adelman.
At the conclusion of the meet-
ing a crowd of boys, members of
the Antlers of West Palm Beach,
visited the Juniors. Entertainment
was supplied by Phil Weintraub,
Emory Johnson and Ralph Knut-
sen of radio station WJNO.
You are hereby being informed
that the Y. M. H. A. volley ball
team, consisting of Captain Al
Reisman, Mick Lubel, Samuel Sha-
piro, Bernie Frank, Hy Sachs and
Long Shot Nat Blumberg, are
resting comfortably in first place
In the Miami Beach League. Games
are played every Tuesday and
Thursday starting at 8 p. m., it
Flamingo Park.
It's something worth thinking about.
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Through the co-operation of Mr.
Jules Brazil, executive director of
the Civic Center, and Director
Boris Schlachman, the "Y" has se-
cured the Civic
Center for the
fifth annual
dance. The date
is December 20th,
which should meet
with the approval
of all "Y" parti-
sans.
Following is a list of the chair-
men and their aids: Milton Fried-
man and Harry Schwartz, co-chair-
men of the program, and aids,
Louis Safanowitz, Arthur Blatt, Al
Berkowitz, Ben Serkin, Oscar Ar-
gintar, Joe Symans Nat Blumberg,
Jack Apte, Phil Berkowitz, Max
Minter, Jules Wilson, Louis E.
Pallot, Nat Cooper, Bernie Sulli-
van, Max Shankman, Harry Rose
and Frank Rose; publicity chair-
man, Louis Safanowitz, and aids,
Nick Kenny, Joe Davis and Sam-
uel Shindell; ticket committee
chairman, Nat Blumberg and aids,
Sol Rotfort, Jack Apte, Adolph
Haimes, Jules Wilson and Louis
Safer; entertainment chairman,
Arthur Blatt, and aids, B. B. Ber-
man, Chester Alexander, Danny
Sheehan, Walter Jacobs and Tom
Williams; reception committee
chairman, Al Rosenfeld, and aids,
Mrs. Sam Shindell, Beatrice Sil-
ver, Alvin Grossman and Sam Ba-
danes; secretary Manny Tietler,
and treasurer, Harry Blumin.
Mr. Henry Berg addressed a ca-
pacity audience this past Wednes-
day at the Y. M. H. A. regular
meeting on the subject, "The Need
for a Jewish Community Center
in Miami."
Mrs. Sam Shindell was elected
president of the Young Women's
Hebrew Association last Tuesday
at their semi-annual election. Oth-
ers elected to office were: Miss
Miss Rose Dubler defeated Miss
Evelyn Marks in the finals of the
Junior Girls division ping pong
tournament.
Special NoticeImportant!
Schedule of events for next
week:
Monday, October 26thJunior
division meeting and entertaining
program.
Tuesday, October 27thY. W. H.
A. general meeting.
Wednesday, October 28thGen-
eral meeting of the Y. M. H. A.
with a full evening of entertaining
events.
Plain Talk
A Reform Jew on Parade
By AL SEGAL
I was one of the eight who were
carrying the scrolls of the Torah
up and down the aisles of the tem-
ple. The occasion was Shemini
Atzereth and the temple was mak-
ing quite an event of it.
Not only were the newly en-
rolled children of the temple's Sab-
bath school consecrated by the
rabbis, but the temple also had
taken an old custom of the Ortho-
dox: A procession of the scrolls
of the Torah was had to celebrate
the fact that the last chapter of
Deuteronomy had just been read
and the scrolls had been rolled
back to the first chapter of Gen-
esis. Immortality of Torah!
So I was one of the eight march-
ing with the Torah in their arms
and I should have felt full of holy
and historic inspirations. Was I
not one of the pageant of Israel
! that had been marching with Torah
even from Sinai?
I should have been conscious of
all the sainted ghosts from Moses
down, marching with me in these
aisles, their fingers touching the
silver crowns to make them tinkle
as I marched.
My soul should have been ad-
dressing them: "O my fathers!
Here am I still marching in the
everlasting parade of Israel!"
But, in fact, Israel was scarcely
there. Israel's wife had come to
the service of the Torah, but Is-
rael was at his business. Israel
had no time for this. Instead of
feeling as a marcher in an im-
mense and mystical pageant I was
like a straggler far from the tail
end of a parade. The captains and
the kings had marched on and we
eight Torah-bearers were like lost
wanderers left over from Reform
Judaism.
Not that I could take myself any
praise for being there: "Ah, Se-
gal, you are one of the few of the
faithful!" No! I had come to
carry the Torah as a favor to the
: rabbi. I had been invited and had
considered whether I ought to take
| time off for this, and finally had
said, "Well, once a year I can
afford it."
So I was a supernumerary, like
the boys on the street who are
brought in to make the semblance
of a parade on a stage; I and the
seven other bearers of the Torah.
Therefore, as I marched, my
thoughts seemed enveloped in the
twilight of Reform Judaism rather
than in the dazzling glory of the
Torah which had come down from
Sinai even unto this day. My eyes
contemplated the rows of pretty
fall millinery and counted male
heads of Israel one two .
three twenty-five men of Is-
rael in all! mostly old, bald
heads that were retired and hadn't
anything else to do this day.
Had Reform Judaism become but
the pastime of the ladies' hour? I
was mindful of similar procession
in the Orthodox synagogues .
Eager men carrying the scrolls
with the zeal of torch-bearers .
Feet almost dancing with joy for
the privilege of marching with To-
rah Rapt Jews in the aisles
bending to kiss the scrolls as they
passed by.
Upon the hands of the eight su-
pernumeraries the weight of the
law grew heavier at each step.
Thank goodness, soon we would be
back at the altar and could rest
this load How long the center
aisle ... In the orthodox syna-
gogues they were marching seven
times and considered it was a dis-
tance short enough to be allowed
to march with Torah.
"You," I mused, "have written
about the imminent death of ortho-
doxy, but today you seem like a
pallbearer of reform and a hired
pallbearer at that ... A stooge!
. Consider: Which is the more
vital Orthodoxy or Reform?"
We (the Reform Jews) had be-
come symbolized in these eight
stooges who at a signal from the
rabbi had mounted the altar to go
through their little part of Ju-
daism.
I could only feel sorry for the
earnest rabbis who were leading
this procession. They had been so
zealous to give some warmth to
the naked, chilly spirit of Reform
Judaism, to illuminate Reform
Jewish eyes with something of the
drama of the Jewish story, to
make Judaism more than the cold
print of the Union prayer book.
They had staged a lovely drama,
what with children bearing fruits
and flowers, what with fresh young
voices singing, what with a bless-
ing laid on each child's head; but
Reform Jewry cared little enough.
Reform Jewry was in the eight
marching stooges.
In the small children ascending
the altar to be blessed, the devoted
rabbis may have beheld future
Torah-bearers (more auttht/ntic
than we) for the Reform division
of the Jewish pageant which had
grown so thin; but to me it looked
more like a dusk than a dawn.

It is a dusk not of any one Re-
form temple, but of many, as I
hear; a twilight of Reform Juda-
ism.
I have not written this to find
any carping fault; since I am one
of this Reform Jewry and on me
is the fault as on all others.
Nor is this written for the sake
of restoring an enthusiastic ob-
servance of Shemini Atzereth
among Reform Jews, or to rally
them to march with Torah seven
times around the temple instead
of only one; or is it directed at Re-
form rabbis who are guarding well
| their rather lonely altars.
This is intended to be a report
on the serious sickness of Reform
Judaism as manifested in reform
Jews. How is it going to keep on
living in Jews who don't care
much ?
It is to be guessed that this will
be answered by Reform Jewish
authorities who will marshal sta-
tistics in evidence of the vitality
of Reform Judaism: So many tem-
ples, so many rabbis, so many dues
paying members.
But paying dues is the easiest
thing we do. I, a Reformer, sign
a check for the temple and con-
sider my accounts with Judaism
squared "Well," I say, "this
is one of those things you've got
to do, I guess."
And Reform rabbis are conscien-
tious doctors doing their best to
make the blood flow full again in
the hardening arteries of Reform
Judaism. Oh, there are plenty of
temples, plenty of rabbis, plenty
of dues paying members, plenty of
everything but life in the stiffen-
ing bones.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Services at the Congregation
B'nai Israel Friday evening at 8
o'clock; the sermon by Rabbi Mor-
ris Baumel on "The Discovery of
Monotheism." Saturday morning
services at 9 o'clock. The sermon
will be on "The Covenant Be-
tween the Slices."
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Congregation B'nai Is-
rael had a well attended meeting
October 20th when the following
officers were elected: Mrs. Mae
Benjamin, president; Mrs. Rae S.
Shapiro, vice-president; Mrs. Ruth
Robbins, treasurer; Beatrice Yo-
sim, secretary. On the welfare
committee are Mesdames Dora
Goldberg and Lilly Herman. In-
stallation of officers will take place
October 2'.tth.
At a meeting of the Judaic Coun-
cil, October 19th, the following of-
ficers were elected: Mrs. Ed Gold-
man, president; Mrs. Al R. Rubin,
vice-president; Mrs. Harry H. Me-
gill, secretary, and Mrs. M. Miller,
treasurer. The installation of of-
ficers will be October 28th at Hu-
ber's restaurant.
Miss Fern Goldberg, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg, re-
turned home from an extensive
trip in the North, where she spent
the entire summer.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 23, 1930
1
Kl'LLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
187 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phono 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6996 Albacore Drive 530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
of -Miss Shirley Braverman Tues-
day night. The following officers
were elected: Sigmund Zegorian,
CONGREGATIONAL
The congregation extends its
sympathy to Mrs. Morris Kubin,
whose father, Samuel Goldenblank.
This week beng "Jew..!, Edu- pa88ed away a f,w (lavs Bg0i anj
cation week, w.11 be celebrated by Mr. WilHam uhlfelder, whose
..r.MH,- services at our Temple Pri- ,, Mls. Sarah B ,,,
da) evening at 8:15 o clock. Dr. away ghor. liim,
Jacob H. Kaplan wi read the serv- ,, Kaplal, wi k Uu.
ces and speak on Jew.sh Educa- patrol leaders'conference at Grey-
' nolds Park Sunday afternoon. Dr.
Kaplan has been one of the guest
speakers at ibis annual leaders'
o onference every year,
The opening prayer was given Rabbi Zwitman will be at the
by Joseph Mirsky, the services University of Florida, Gainesville,
were conducted by Millicent Roth 'his week-end, to organize the Jew-
ami the closing prayer given by
Il!8 '5l',!llcl oqv 'umiuojnj) jog ducted this year, to meet at some
Wolfson, Abe Wolfson, H. A. Jen- member's house once a month, in
kins, Russell Bernheim, Ben Fin- the evening, so that members of
man, Julius Silverman, 1. Segall, Junior Hadassah may join them. | president; Miss Lucille Baker,
Dr. Leon Schwartz, A. A. Finkel- The first meeting will be Tuesday rice-president; Miss Tybel Witten-
stein, Meyer II. Kisler and Mr. Joe evening, November 17th, at the stein, secretary; Jake Kaminoff,
Abramovitz. home of Mrs. Herbert Weiss, with treasurer.
Those in charge of this affair Mrs. Israel I.. Kaplan conducting: ----------
w,re Mesdames A. M. Wolfson, the class. Mr. and Mrs. S. Small of Sa-
chairman; A. R. Berger, William Mis. M. D. Margolis will con-ivannah, Ga., are making Orlando
liass, I. Liebman, N. L. Marcus, I. duet a study class for those desir- their future home.
Segal] and Maurice Stein. ing to learn Hebrew and those de-i ----------
Refreshments were served. siring to study with her are asked Mr. and Mrs. George Harris an-
---------- to call her for details. nounce the engayement of their
.Mrs. S. Augustine is visiting her The annual fall dance will be daughter, Henrietta, to Mr. Theo-
Bon and daughter-in-law Dr. and held in the Windsor Hotel, Xovcm- doro Weinroth of Dover, X. J., and
V
Mrs. L. S. Augustine.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
V M. II. A. NOTES
The schedule of activities for
tbi' week follows:
Sunday. October 258:15 p. m.,
readings by Miss Gertrude Michael,
elocutionist, assisted by -Mrs. Har-
ry N. Sandier, soprano, and Morris
Kotler, violinist. Mrs. X. L, Mar-
cus will act as chairman of the eve-
ning. The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
Mondaj 7:36 p. m., Senior bas-
ketball team practice with Coach
Hurston.
Tuesday 7:36 p. in., class in
public -; caking and diction, di-
ber 4th, with Mrs. Sam Kassowitz Philadelphia, Pa. The wedding will
as chairman and Mrs. Neal Fin- take place in Paterson N. J., this
kelstein as co-chairman. Mrs. M. month.
J. Greenblatt has charge of the! ----------
distribution of tickets. Mrs. Philip Freedman and un-
Serving as officers with Mrs. cle, Mr. Jack Wilner of New Bruns-
Cohen are: Mrs. Sam Kassowitz, wick. \". J.. are the guests of Mr.
recording secretary; Mrs. Perry Louis Wolf.
Kjvntor, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. I. Goldberg and son, Larry,
of Jacksonville are visiting Rev.
K. Safer and family.
ish students into a Jewish union I rt'l'u'(1 by Miss Gertrude .Michael.
Henry Bronner. n miniature Hillel Foundation. Wednesday9 p. m., masked
The highest collection came from The University of Miami has also dance '" ,he "v" auditorium, un-
elass :;. Intermedia:.' department, organized a miniature Hillel Foun. der ,he "P-coa the Ladies'
and the best attendance was had dation last Tuesday, when a com- Auxiliary of Congregation Rodoph
in Intermediate department, class mittee 0f the B"nai B'rith met the Sn"'"ll!-
2. and High School department, students. The committee: Rabbi Thursday
class 2. Jacob II. Kaplan. Rabbi Max Sha-
Rabbi Zwitman gave the sermon- I '''" Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom,
ette and Dr. Kaplan the birthday Rabbi Colnian A. Zwitman. Sam
blessings the children celebrating ft'eissel and Milton Friedman.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Cohen, the Ple and synagogues.
:!.- of Louis Cohen, president-------------------------
of the congregation in Fort Smith. Jijpksonvillf* NPWS
Mrs. Lewis Witten, excecutive -re-
retary; Mrs. Ira Stein, financial
secretary; .Mis. Marry Katz, treas-
urer; Mrs. Joseph Strauss, first
vice-president; Mrs. Herbert Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morrell an-
second vice-pesident, and Mrs. Wil- nounce the birth of a son at the
liam Silverman, third vice-presi- Orange General Hospital on Mon-
Orlando Notes
8 p. m., ping pong
tournament.
Friday1 p. m., class in ballet.
Mrs. M. Liberof and son. Wil-
liam, arrived recently from Co-
., ", 77 lumbus, Ohio, to spend the winter
Orlando Lodge No. 1043, B'nai here.
''>' th, held '.- first meeting last _______
Tuesday night in thi vestry rooms Miss Bt.a Bornstein, who attends
l the synagogue. Fifty member- Mianii University, visited her sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
birthdays were Myra Mirsky. Phil-
ip Weinstein and Evans Baros.
Mr. Kaplan, in the kindergarten
assembly, offered a blessin
Leonette Epstein, the baby daugh-
ter of Mr. ami Mis. Leonard Ep-
stein.
GENERAL
Mr. D. A. Goldsmith, former Mrs. Albert Morrell, this week-
toe and tap dancing for children; chairman ol the arbitration board 6nd with a of stU(lent< fl.0,
Up. m religious services at ten- of New York, was guest speaker. Miami. They attended the Rollins-
An interest,,,- program was pre- Miami game Saturday night.
so,,ted. Refreshments were served.
.Mi
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Cong.
ohev Sholem sponsored the first
Mrs- '' en- benefil bridge of the season lasl
Ark., are at the Sunshine Hos-
pital. IT N. W. Thirty-second place.
and will very highly appreciate -,
visil from some f the Jewish ,'^'.. !"''u'"'y. ",!",.a. 'M'"]\'~ Wednesday night in the vestry
people.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Plant have
.in-1 celebrated their silver anni-
Plans are now being made foi
a cafeteria supper and entertain-
to lie giv( n by the Sister-
- indaj'i \'o\ ember 1 st. at
6:30 p. m.
versary, and we extend to them
our heartiest congratulations. Also
ongratulations to .Mr.
[i s. Louis Snetman, who had
anniversary a
11 ]'[u[y iM honor 0( their daugh- l0ms of the syi igogue. The host-
Sylvia, on her tenth birthday.
Games were played and prizes
w in by Bernice Carlton and Mar-
The many friends of Mr. A. M.
Hani.- regret to learn of his seri-
ous illness and wish him a speedy
i ecovery.
ion Cohen.
Tampa Notes
They were .-
-. Nathan R ,
in, Mrs. .'.;
111:111 "- KM, MlS. A. R. lie,;;, ,. Mr .
,enl and ap- a pas,
ige of her daugh- ut was ,,ot preset
' Xl Maxwell I \ ne, >i,s. Henry Brash, who
Bi of Brooklyn, N. .,.,, -, rved a> treasurer for the
Y.. ,,i.d now of Tampa. The mar auxiliary for the past ten j
II iak, place the latter part was ented with a c ir .
De, mber.
I'; executive board of the La
dies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid So-
; < for the Aged met
; I imi of Mrs. S.
iw. Mrs. J. Shapiro, pres-
t, pi Bided. Mrs. s. L. Blatl
hairman of the A
. ..' pounced that Miss
Kate Bandrimer is co-chairman.
dance will be held in
-onville Jewish Center auditorium,
on the evening of November 11th.
A \. Shapiro. Mrs.
M. J. Safer, Mrs. I. Becker and
li. Kottleman. This bridge
was an outs andii g success, finan-
... \ delicii
erved by the hosti
. ioi ; ,
1
Mr. and Mrs. S. Mendelsohn are
making Orlando thoir permanent
home.
'Il entire community sympa-
thizes de ply with M s. Isabella
Rosenbaum in the i
'> brother, Mr. H. an of
New Orleans, La.
O, CALM THOSE
MERVES,
BE SWEET-
SaREME.'
BY USING
DOCTOR
MILES'
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Silverman is a graduate of
the Hillsborough High school, also
led the University of Flor-
ida, and is a member of the Orange
Grove faculty.
Mr. Brody is affiliated with the
Tampa Y. M. H. A.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Tem-
The first of a series of three
I tournaments being planned
by the Senior Hadassah chapter
by Mr. David Stein, president of will be held Monday, October 26th,
An address of welcome was made
for the next tW .
the congregation, and also a talk and
by Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi of Mondays.
the congregation. ..., .,, ,
Hie tournaments will be con-
Other numbers on the program ducted in Cohen brothers" audito-
inchided vocal solos by Miss Buth Hum. Harry Katz ami Mrs. Sam
Salsbury, who was accompanied at Witten are chairmen of this affair,
the piano by Miss Sylvia Stoun. _______
The Onlj Strictly
Kosher
POME COOKING
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St. Petersburg, I la.
Mrs. I). Kabinovich
Rooms and Board
853 ">th Avenue. South
St. Petersburg, Fla.
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Mr. Morris Gordon favored with
pie Rodoph Sholom celebrated two violin selections, and Miss
their nineteenth birthday anniver j Beck Buchman played the wedding
sary at a mock wedding and pro- march for the mock wedding, in
gram Sunday evening in the au- which only men participated.
ditorium of the temple. Those taking part in the mock
The auditorium was decorated wedding were Dr. Herbert Lewey,
with potted palms, gladioli and Mr. Jack Swerdlin, Mr. Max Jus-
chrysanthemums. The table was ter, Ed Sherman, Dr. Fred Lebos,
covered with a pretty bice cloth,------------------------------------------------------
and a centerpiece of red ^mmmmm^mm^mmmma^mmm^m^
graced the table, with silver can-
dle holders at each end.
Guests were greeted by Mrs. 1).
CraCOWaner, Mrs. Adam Wolfson,
Mrs. II. Perlman, Mrs. A. Levin
and Mrs. Henry Brash.
Mrs. Jacob Winner was program
chairman for the evening and in-
troduced the speakers. Mrs. I.
Liebman, president of the Ladies'
Auxiliary, gave the address of wel-
come and also introduced the past
presidents and presented them with
The Senior Hadassah chapter of
Jacksonville opened the fall sea-
son last week with a luncheon
meeting in the Floridian room of
the Calling Hotel, with Mrs. N. F.
Cohen, newly elected president of
the organization, presiding.
Mrs. Herbert Weiss announced
that a study group will be con-
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Friday, October 23, 1936
THE JEWISH FLGRIDIAN
Page Fiv
Society
Mrs. Bessie Teller of Miami
|Beach announces the engagement
of her daughter, Miss Jeanette
|M]U, to Morris Liberman of Pat-
fcrson, N. J.
The marriage will take place in
jthe near future. Miss TelleV has
lived in Miami Beach for the last
five years and has a wide acquaint-
ance.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Serlin an-
nounce the engagement of their
laughter, Miss Doris Serlin, to Hy-
nan Cohen of Miami Beach. The
vedding will take place in No-
vember.
Miss Serlin and her family for-
nerly lived in Atlanta, where she
Ittended school.
?
Samuel Goldenblank, 85, retired
nerchant, and a winter visitor in
liami for 18 years, died Sunday
In his home in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
following a brief illness. Mr. Gol-
Jenblank leaves two sons, P. G.
Jlanck and Max Goldenblank, Mi-
ami; two daughters, Mrs. Clara
Haft and Mrs. Morris Rubin, also
\tf Miami, and two other sons, Dave
and Sam Goldenblank of New York
3ity. Funeral services were coi-
jucted Monday in Brooklyn and
burial was in Mount Zion cemetery.
CHEVROLET HEAD JOINS SAFETY BODY
in connection with the "Night of Stars" at Madison Square Garden,
The referendum on the vending
nachine, to be voted on November
Brd, has caused a great deal of
fcomment. Both sides are claim-
ing victory, but by narrow mar-
kins, however. Those in opposi-
tion to the machines claim that
they are corrupting morals, as
Ithey are a gambling device. The
vending machine operators, all lo-
Ical men and citizens, claim that
the vending machine is a legit-
imate amusement device and pays
loff better than race tracks and dog
[tracks, the tracks not even paying
Ithe city of Miami one penny in
taxation. They also point out that
jthe machines will have paid into
[the city, county and state tax col-
I lector's office for the year 1936
{$366,000. The opinion of many in-
telligent citizens seems to be that
they prefer the legalized machine
rather than the illegal. The legal
machine pays off to the tarpayers,
the illegal machine is obliged to
pay, it is assured, but------?
M. K. Coylt, Chevrolet Motor Co. president, recently became the
2,000,000th member of Goodrich Safety league, formed by B. F.
Goodrich Co. in 1931, when he signed his pledge In the preence
of J. D. Tew, vice president of the Goodrich company. Hundreds
of motoriata here have signed the pledge, receiving the safety
reflector emblem for their cars, Luclen 8. Brown, Goodrich Silver-
town manager In Miami, says.
covering.
Mr. and Mrs. George Liebman
returned last week from a three
weeks' visit in New York and the
New England states.
day afternoon at her home, with a
host of friends assisting. Games
were played and refreshments
served.
Julius Gittleman, nephew of
Aaron Gittleman, has come from
New York to make his home here.
Si Buckman of Tampa and
Ephraim Solkoff of Ocala were
week-end guests in Daytona Beach.
98,000 Jews Quit Germany Since
1933. Official Report Reveals
Dr. William Levey had as hi*
guest for some time Dr. Ray Balke
of Battle Creek, Mich.
Friday evening services at Tem-
ple Israel begin at 7:30, with Rabbi
A. S. Kleinfeld preaching on
"Faith and Fate." Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 9 o'clock.
Sunday school begins at 10 a. m.
Daily religious classes from 4 to 0
p. m.
Daytona Beach
Notes
Miss Eva Nelson, dautfhter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelson, cele-
brated her fifteenth birthday Sun-
Mr. Otto Liverwright, publish-
ing agent, and Dr. A. Wexler, head
of the psychology department at
Bellevue Hospital, New York, are
vacationing in Daytona Beach.
Miss Florence Pepper suffered
painful bruises when she was
knocked from her bicyc|e by a
truck a few days ago. She is re-
When you need a Mohel and
want to be sure that the cir-
cumcision will comply with rit-
ual requirements, as well as pro-
tect the health of your child, b*
certain to call
RABBI B. D. MENDELL
Recognized as Greater Miami's
Leading Mohel
Phones 2-87803-2270
New York (WNS)The Jewish
population of Germany has de-
creased from approximately 517,-
000 at the beginning of 1933 to
about 405,000 on July 1, 1936, a de-
cline of over 21 per cent in three
and a half years, the sharpest de-
crease to occur in any country at
any time, according to a survey
by Dr. Michael Traub of Berlin,
director of the Palestine Founda-
tion Fund of Germany, which is to
appear in the "Night of Stars"
annual to be issued on October 128
AHERN FUNERAL HOME:
FRANCIS AHERN, Pres.
1349 West Flagler Street ;
Telephone 2-2211
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NORTHWEST
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You to ths
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PROSPERITY
Local business has increased 46% during the
past year. Vending machines have been the
GREATEST CIRCULATORS OF CASH in the com-
munity. They will pay, during the year 1936, the
sum of $366,00000 in taxes to the city, county and
state. This large tax payment has prevented a
SALES TAX, which tax will be particularly bur-
densome to the citizens of small means, as it will
materially increase the retail price of every neces-
sity of life.
THE VENDING MACHINE
HELPS THE MERCHANT
oOU^
MERCHANT
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LICENSE
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MAINTENANCE
MIAMI LABOR
EQUIPMENT, J
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OPERATOR.
THAT THE PUBLIC MAY KNOW
MERCHANTS AND CITIZENS
FAIR PRACTICE LEAGUE
IT IS A PLEASURE
To Be of Service to Our Many Jewish Friends
"Home Milk" is happy to announce the installation
of 'precision equipment" for the manufacture and
control of
DRY COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM
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You are invited to visit our plant to observe the
operation before selecting your winter supply.
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Association
769 N. W. EIGHTEENTH TBRRACE
Phone 2-7696


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THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
Friday, October 23, 193C
of 20,000 in this marvelous film,
which the distinguished William
Cameron Menzies directed.
A glimpse of the world in which
your great-great-grandchildren will
live can be seen in "Things to
Come," H. G. Wells' amazing pre-
diction of the future at the Tiv-
day,
This breath-taking Alexander
Kor la production shows the anni-
hilation of our present civilization
by the next world war and the re-
construction of the world by a
"Frisco Kid," Warner Bros.'
thrilling tale of the glamorous
Barbery Coast of old San Francis-
co, opens at the Seventh Avenue
Theatre Sunday with an all-star
a.-i headed by .lames Cagney, Mar-
garet Lindsay, Ricardo Cortez and
l.ili Damita.
The picture is set in the colorful
background of the early fifties,
when the waterfront at the Golden
Gate was a flaming panorama of
gilded gambling halls and palaces
of pleasure.
The characters are based on his-
toric personages of the time who
flocked to the city of gold from
every port in the world.
Into this picturesque atmosphere
comes a sailor, strong, purposeful
crude, ignorant, but a man of tre-
mendous force and magnetic per-
sonality who rises to be the mas-
ter of the Coast, and who dares to
fall in love with the most beauti-
ful girl of San Francisco's highest
society.
The World's
Window
group of scientists.
In this marvelous Utopia of
8086, according to Mr. Wells, life
will be lived almost entirely in won-
derful, spotless underground cities,
flooded with artificial sunlight,
and ventilated by air conditioning
apparatus. Houses will be made
entirely of glass, and clothing, fur-
niture and architecture will reach
the ultimate in beauty, simplicity
and utility.
Mammoth machines will do man's
Work, life will be leisurely and cul-
ture will flower. Science will ex-
pand its scope and young people
will seek adventure as passengers
in a gigantic projectile shot from
a space gun to the moon.
Raymond Massey, Ralph Rich-
ardson, Sir Cedric Hardwicke,
Pearl Argyle, Margaretta Scott
and Patricia Hilliard head a cast
(Continued from Page 1)
have been impelled to protest.
Your hearts have known concern-
ing this great hope and light and
creative effort of Israel and some-
thing in you has gloried in the
farms of Emek and the city of
Tel Avivyour city among all the
cities of the earthand the ever-
lasting echo of the name and glory
of Yerushalayem has echoed and
re-echoed in your souls. You have
felt the vibrations; you have heard
the call; you have seen the vision.
Be very sure to see to it that
today's cloth and indifference do
not become tomorrow's dagger in
your own hand aimed against your
own breast. Be very sure. Regret
and contrition do not turn time
back and make things other than
they have been. The deepest
meaning and terrific tragedy of
things that have been is that they
have been and are no more. There
is nothing so irreparably lost as
opportunity. The opportunity of
salvation for yourselves and re-
demption for your land and your
people is here, today, this hour.
This day and this hour! Let not
the day and the hour be swallowed
up into the past, the unreturning
and unmedicinable past.
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Strictly
Confidential
(Continued from Page 1)
who is coming here to take charge
of Nazi propaganda An offer
of $1,000 per week for 50 weekly
broadcasts has been turned down
by Professor Einstein William
Mendelssohn, a first cousin of Fe-
lix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, the
composer, is living in Santa Mon-
Ica, Calif. ... He has just cele-
brated his 102nd birthday .
Elenora von Mendelssohn, great-
granddaughter of Felix, has made
her debut on the English speaking
stage in "Daughters of Atreus,"
in New York ... A mid-town New
York synagogue lost some money
when twenty members of its la-
dies' auxiliary were hauled off in
a police wagon on a charge of gam-
bling The ladies were arrested
when police raided the apartment
in which they were playing .
The accused said the game was for
the benefit of a synagogue.
About People
Yehudi Menuhin, the grown-up
prodigy who has been in retire-
ment for some months, has secret-
ly been studying to be a conduc-
tor .. Don't be surprised if he
appears on the podium this year
with the Philharmonic Symphony
Society Norma Shearer, widow
of the late Irving Thalberg, will
never make another picture, but
she may turn producer Leon-
ard Lyons, New York Post col-
umnist, who is making the other
Gotham scriveners jump, tells us
that Billy Rose and Fannie Brice
are calling themselves the Jewish
Lunt and Fontanne "Help
Yourself," the WPA Federal The-
atre production, starring Curt Bois,
has broken all records for WPA
shows by passing its 84th perform-
ance Mutz Greenbaum, Brit-
ish cameraman, won first prize for
photography at the Venice Inter-
national Cinematograph Exhibition
.. Paul Muni won the acting prize
for men When Governor eh-
man retired from public life he
could become a musician lie's
a swell 'cellist ... A long search
for the papers of Father Kino, Jes-
uit explorer of California, came to
a successful end when Jake Zeit-
lin, the Dr. Rosenbach of the West,
revealed they had been in his vault
for three years.
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
ONLY RECOGNIZED RABBIS
in the Greater Miami area are
members of the Jewish Minis-
terial Board. They are Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple
Israel, Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom of Beth Jacob, Rabbi Max
, Shapiro of Beth David and Rabbi
i Colman Zwitman of Temple Is-
; rael.
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!• n.i;i\ ni,,]„... an moo Friday, October 23, 1936 THE JEWISH FLGRIDIAN Page Fiv Society Mrs. Bessie Teller of Miami |Beach announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Jeanette |M]U, to Morris Liberman of Patfcrson, N. J. The marriage will take place in jthe near future. Miss TelleV has lived in Miami Beach for the last five years and has a wide acquaintance. • • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Serlin announce the engagement of their laughter, Miss Doris Serlin, to Hynan Cohen of Miami Beach. The vedding will take place in November. Miss Serlin and her family fornerly lived in Atlanta, where she Ittended school. &f • • Samuel Goldenblank, 85, retired nerchant, and a winter visitor in liami for 18 years, died Sunday In his home in Brooklyn, N. Y., following a brief illness. Mr. GolJenblank leaves two sons, P. G. Jlanck and Max Goldenblank, Miami; two daughters, Mrs. Clara Haft and Mrs. Morris Rubin, also \tf Miami, and two other sons, Dave and Sam Goldenblank of New York 3ity. Funeral services were coijucted Monday in Brooklyn and burial was in Mount Zion cemetery. CHEVROLET HEAD JOINS SAFETY BODY in connection with the "Night of Stars" at Madison Square Garden, The referendum on the vending nachine, to be voted on November Brd, has caused a great deal of fcomment. Both sides are claiming victory, but by narrow markins, however. Those in opposition to the machines claim that %  they are corrupting morals, as Ithey are a gambling device. The %  vending machine operators, all loIcal men and citizens, claim that %  the vending machine is a legitimate amusement device and pays loff better than race tracks and dog [tracks, the tracks not even paying Ithe city of Miami one penny in taxation. They also point out that jthe machines will have paid into [the city, county and state tax colI lector's office for the year 1936 {$366,000. The opinion of many intelligent citizens seems to be that they prefer the legalized machine rather than the illegal. The legal machine pays off to the tarpayers, the illegal machine is obliged to pay, it is assured, but ? M. K. Coylt, Chevrolet Motor Co. president, recently became the 2,000,000th member of Goodrich Safety league, formed by B. F. Goodrich Co. in 1931, when he signed his pledge In the preence of J. D. Tew, vice president of the Goodrich company. Hundreds of motoriata here have signed the pledge, receiving the safety reflector emblem for their cars, Luclen 8. Brown, Goodrich Silvertown manager In Miami, says. covering. Mr. and Mrs. George Liebman returned last week from a three weeks' visit in New York and the New England states. day afternoon at her home, with a host of friends assisting. Games were played and refreshments served. Julius Gittleman, nephew of Aaron Gittleman, has come from New York to make his home here. Si Buckman of Tampa and Ephraim Solkoff of Ocala were week-end guests in Daytona Beach. 98,000 Jews Quit Germany Since 1933. Official Report Reveals Dr. William Levey had as hi* guest for some time Dr. Ray Balke of Battle Creek, Mich. Friday evening services at Temple Israel begin at 7:30, with Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld preaching on "Faith and Fate." Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. Sunday school begins at 10 a. m. Daily religious classes from 4 to 0 p. m. Daytona Beach Notes Miss Eva Nelson, dautfhter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelson, celebrated her fifteenth birthday SunMr. Otto Liverwright, publishing agent, and Dr. A. Wexler, head of the psychology department at Bellevue Hospital, New York, are vacationing in Daytona Beach. Miss Florence Pepper suffered painful bruises when she was knocked from her bicyc|e by a truck a few days ago. She is reWhen you need a Mohel and want to be sure that the circumcision will comply with ritual requirements, as well as protect the health of your child, b* certain to call RABBI B. D. MENDELL Recognized as Greater Miami's Leading Mohel Phones 2-8780—3-2270 New York (WNS)—The Jewish population of Germany has decreased from approximately 517,000 at the beginning of 1933 to about 405,000 on July 1, 1936, a decline of over 21 per cent in three and a half years, the sharpest decrease to occur in any country at any time, according to a survey by Dr. Michael Traub of Berlin, director of the Palestine Foundation Fund of Germany, which is to appear in the "Night of Stars" annual to be issued on October 128 AHERN FUNERAL HOME: FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street ; Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE • o: NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. A. KRONENFELD, Prop. We carry the largest and most complete stock of new and used furniture in Miami. 73-79 N. W. 36th St. We purchase all Moore Furniture Co. used furniture. Phone 2-8356 We Buy, Sell, Exchange and Rent Furniture for the Season > o DO u o 0 Announcing. WE NOW MERCHANDISE A COMPLETE LINE OF VALENTINE PAINTS INCLUDING THE FAMOUS VALSPAR VARNISHES AND ENAMELS BINSWANGER & CO. .127 N. W. FIFTH STREET GLASS -:MIRRORS -:PAJNTS ALVIN WALDER Invites You to ths AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE 1233 N. E. 2ND AVE. A complete line of Auto and House RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments DON'T KILL PROSPERITY Local business has increased 46% during the past year. Vending machines have been the GREATEST CIRCULATORS OF CASH in the community. They will pay, during the year 1936, the sum of $366,00000 in taxes to the city, county and state. This large tax payment has prevented a SALES TAX, which tax will be particularly burdensome to the citizens of small means, as it will materially increase the retail price of every necessity of life. THE VENDING MACHINE HELPS THE MERCHANT oOU^£ MERCHANT 207 LICENSE AND TAXES 203 MAINTENANCE MIAMI LABOR EQUIPMENT, J ETC. OPERATOR. THAT THE PUBLIC MAY KNOW MERCHANTS AND CITIZENS FAIR PRACTICE LEAGUE IT IS A PLEASURE To Be of Service to Our Many Jewish Friends "Home Milk" is happy to announce the installation of 'precision equipment" for the manufacture and control of DRY COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM and similar milk by-products to meet the requirements of the Jewish trade of Greater Miami. You are invited to visit our plant to observe the operation before selecting your winter supply. Miami Home Milk Producers Association 769 N. W. EIGHTEENTH TBRRACE Phone 2-7696 1



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wjewisti Florid ten i% Vol. 9—No. 43 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1936 Price Five Centi THE WORLD'S WINDOW Crisis and Future This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. By LUDWIG LEWISOHN spondee! to in Europe. In Holland, B'nai B'rith Holds Governor Earle Strictly Good Will Meet Sounds Warning Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere in Belgium, in England money is 1>niladcl P hia October 25th in com, protect its heritage of freedom and pouring in upon Dr. Weizmann, m cmoration f the fight for relireligious; liberty," to "defend it A few days ago, in the mandates council of the League of Nation.?, a number of statesmen led by Professor Christian Lange of Norway made a very serious effort to impress upon the British representative in the council the concern which civilized men in all countries felt over the danger that seemed to threaten the Jewish resettlement of Palestine. The statesmen in question based their observations not only on humanitarian grounds, the plight of the Jewish people in Eastern and Central Europe, but also on the great civilizatory work of the Jews in the near East and upon general political and economic grounds. That the Polish representative joined in this plea and protest need not be blankly discredited. For though the treatment accorded by the Polish republic to its Jewish citizens is barbarous and indefensible, it is also true that Poland as a whole is economically in a very bad way and that emigration of groups of its nationals, irrespective even of race or faith, might, as in the similar situation of Ireland in the nineteenth century, become a legitimate policy. At the same time that this discussion took place in Geneva the Jewish Agency, the officially accredited representative of the Jewish people in dealing with the mandatory power and with the league, issued a call to world Jewry and very specifically to the Jews of America for moral and financial aid. Despite nearly six months of terrorism work in Palestine has continued. Twenty-eight thousand people have entered the land since the beginning of the year; Tel Aviv has become a port; on farm and in shop, in town and village, amid danger and infuriating injustice our men and women have carried on. They have continued with their hands and with their minds to create the goods and values that constitute civilization. Nevertheless the loss by sheer wanton destruction, the burning of crops, the uprooting of trees and by the obstruction of traffic and of other normal processes has been Very great and very grievous and the Jewish people is now called upon to sustain our brethren in Palestine and also to safeguard the investment not only of many millions of money, but of heart and soul and work and blood and hope and redemption which the Palestine Yishub represents in the living history of the Jewish people. And our immediate question is: How are Jews, how are American Jews going to answer that call? U is significant that the call i> already being marvelously •who is personally conducting the appeal. And here? And among us? The Atlantic ocean is a great shock absorber. These men and women in Holland and Belgium and Kngland who are giving so generously are far from being all professed and ideologically trained Zionists. Of course, they are not. But their hands are on the pulse of the world situation of Jewry— literally so! They feel the throb, the quiver, the fever and the pain. And the fever spreads. Even in London a Fascist horde invaded Whitechapel; in France the Crolx de Feu and the Action Fiancaise menace the republic; the shadow darkens over Spain. The gloom deepens over mankind, and for Jews and for the best among the few remaining Christians there is one light in the gloom—one light, the light of Palestine, the light of our people and its work in our land. Jews of America, those of you who are not Zionists, those of you Cincinnati, Ohio—Alfred M. Co( Philadelphia (WNS) — Having hen, president of B'nai B'rith, will i seen the terrible consequences of j represent Jewry at the mass good intolerance abroad, the American I By I'HINEAS J. BIRON ".''.'. demons tration to be held in people "must ever be on guard to Political Seasoning A million copies of a circular containing statements by Jews on against those who would pit one j Landon's record on racial and rereligious or racial group against ligious tolerance have zeen mailed another," because "we cannot afI to Jewish voters throughout the ford to let it happen here," George : country ... A certain very promiH. Earle, governor of Pennsylvanent New York Jewish industrialnia, declared in an address at the ist and good wilier footed the bill opening session of the twenty-sec... A New York state congressgious liberty made by Roger Williams 300 years ago. Everett R. Clinchy, director of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, will represent the Protestants, and the Catholic speaker will be Cornelius C. O'Brien, master of the Calvert disond annual convention of Hadastrict, fourth degree, Knights of Columbus. The entire affair is being sponsored by B'nai B'rith. The ceremonies, which will be sah. Speaking at the banquet which ushered in Hadassah's silman who is well known for his friendliness toward Jewish causes is giving his friends a headache witnessed by an expected crowd I ance and persecution destroy the ver jubilee year, Governor Earle I because he signed a letter togethhaileu Palestine as holding out er with one of the country's most %  'hope of sanctuary when intolerj notorious Jew-baiters The of 2,000, will take place at the foot of the Statue of Religious Liberty, which B'nai B'rith gave to America in 1876, on the hundredth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. A 90-piece WPA band will open the program under the direction of L/tecfut Joseph Franked, Swell known band director. Louis Gershenfeld, first vice-president of B'nai B'rith's district No. 3, is chairman of the committee in charge, and will introduce Joseph right of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." Reviewing American interest in and support of the Jewish homeland since the days of Woodrow Wilson, Governor Earle said that the United States has consistently recognized and supported the purpose of the Zionists to provide a home for homeless Jews in Palestine. "Every American," he declared, "knows of the love of Jews for the land associated with the great beginnings of their history, and every Jew must rejoice that this undying loyalty has been W. Salus, member of the order's who have been frightened or made | executive committee, who will preuncomfortable by some of the j sent the officer of the day. harsh and bitter truths that ZionThe three principal addresses ism must proclaim, those of you will be broadcast over a radio ; on the sure foundations of justice who are trying to turn your eyes hook-up. and well being for all residents i thereof. I confidently hope that Baltimore Rabbi the co operation of the American Coughlin-Lemke party in New York ignortd party lines in seeking to endorse candidates for the state election, but it hewed close to racial lines ... the Coughlinites favored a Republican for governor and a Democrat for attorney general ... Of course, their support was rejected, but just for record's sake let it be known that the opponents of the candidates who could have had Couglinite bucking are Jews. Trans-Oceanic A quiet movement is under way 1 in Poland to do something about crowned by the establishment of a f L„ ._-_., „. t. j, • L VT %  i t. tne secre t meshumadim, Jewish Jewish National Home resting up„,__-_. !" .. ... I converts to Christianity who conand your hearts away from the Jewish world crises and who nevertheless know deeply within you that it exists and that it is but one question and one crisis for all the world—all of you, high and humble, apparently indifferent, ap. parently totally immersed in your normal American lives—you, all of you, each of you—if a messenger came to you suddenly and said: "We are defeated; we are plowed under; there is no more Yishub in Palestine; that dream and hope are over and that light is quenched and nothing is left us now except to ask for sterile charitable gifts for those in the somber lifeless, lightless Galuth of an ever widening area of total misery ... if a messenger came to you with such a message, which God forbid—but if such a messenger came to you with such a message in your homes or shops or offices, how would you feel, how would you react, what would it do to you? Oh, you might appear to go on with your ordinary occupations and pleasures and you might, many of you, do your best to "repress" what you had heard. But deep in the innermost soul of each of you, of the most hostile, of the most indifferent, there would be an intolerable pang, an inconsolable grief, an immitigable blight. Ah, yes, there would be. You have listened when you have feigned to be deaf and you have heard when you have feigned not to hear and you have understood with the heart even when with the nerves and the social terrors and striving you (Continued on Page 6) To Speak Here Special Friday evening services will be held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1545 S. W. Third st., tonight at 8 o'clock to hear Rabbi Abraham Kellner of Petach Tikvoh Congregation of Baltimore, Md., who will be guest speaker. Rabbi Kellner is a speaker of note and one of the leaders of the Jewish community in Baltimore. He is a graduate of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva of New York and served as rabbi of several pulpits prior to his present position in Baltimore. He has been a prominent figure in the Zionist movement in Baltimore. Following Rabbi Kellner's address the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation will be hosts at a reception in the vestry rooms of the congregation. Christianity who continue to maintain their social contacts with Jews Jewish leaders in Poland are said to be exer. cised over the report that some of people will contribute to the fur-L. _-_v__j,_ ,. 'the meshumadim hold positions in Jewish communay agencies ther progress of the Holy Land, which I am sure will continue to give light and leading to all the world." Paying tribute to the achievements of Hadassah, which he said had spent $7,000,000 for health work in Palestine, Governor Earle rebuked those who saw any conflict between Zionism and Amerif eanism, and emphasized that "it Speaking of converts reminds us that the sponsors of the Palestine Symphony Orchestra are being criticized for engaging Bruno Walter, German-Jewish conductor, because he is a convert Foolish, because Walter is a persecuted exile .. The London Jewish Chronicle is carrying advertisements I of the world should unite to pro; vide a refuge in Palestine for their I oppressed brothers." American 1 policy, both domestic and foreign, he declared, has remained steadjfast in its adherence to the prin| ciple that the rights of minorities must be respected. During the past year Hadassah raised $600,800 for its projects in Palestine, the largest sum raised in any single year since it was founded in 1912, Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn reported. Of the total amount, $264,000 went toward the maintenance of the Hadassah hosAJ AV OlOCerS P ita,s c,in ics, health centers, in| fant welfare stations school hyI giene and school luncheons; $60,000 Last Sunday evening at a genwM a)located for the building fund eral meeting of the Miami Jewish of the Rothschi i d Hospital. Orthodox Congregation nominations for officers resulted in the following being unanimously named: President, H. M. Drevich; warning Jews to stay away from s nght and proper that the Jews ) streets where the Synagog Names Fascists hold meetings Orthodox rabbis in Europe are saying prayers for Catholic priests and nuns in Spain ... If the Hungarian Fascists have their way Premier Koloman Daranyi, successor to the late Julius Goemboes, won't last long They don't like him because he refused to name a Fascist as minister of the interior The Hebrew World Union is planning to establish circles of Hebrew readers throughout the world The members will pledge themselves to buy a number of Hebrew books each year ... In other words, they are forming the first Hebrew bookof-the-month club General Goering, number two Nazi, must have forgotten that the late Otto Lilienthal, German-Jewish aviation pioneer, was non-Aryan Goerfrom the following: P. Berkowitz, in g n *s become the patron of the B. Chertkoff, A. Pepper, Louis AdOtto Lilienthal Society for Aerofirst vice-president, J. Louis ler, M. Grossman, William Clein, Shochet; second vice-president, Max Mintzer; secretary, Nathan Blumberg, and treasurer, Nathan Adelman. Eight vacancies on the board of directors will be chosen M. Farber, Barney Drevich, Harry Seitlus, R. Bern, I. Rosengarten. Election for members of the board will be held the early part of November. nautic Research. This and That New York Nazis are getting ready to welcome Fritz Berber, (Continued on Page 6)



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Page Four %  THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 23, 1930 — —1 Kl'LLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 187 N. E. 19th St. Office Phono 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6996 Albacore Drive 530 N. E. 31st St. Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548 One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. of -Miss Shirley Braverman Tuesday night. The following officers were elected: Sigmund Zegorian, CONGREGATIONAL The congregation extends its sympathy to Mrs. Morris Kubin, whose father, Samuel Goldenblank. This week beng "Jew..!, Edupa88ed away a f w (lavs Bg0i an j cation week, w.11 be celebrated by ,„ Mr WilHam uhlfelder, whose ..r.MH,services at our Temple Pri„,„„„„, Mls Sarah B ,,, da) evening at 8:15 o clock. Dr. away „ ghor liim Jacob H. Kaplan wi read the serv,„, Kaplal wi „ k Uu ces and speak on Jew.sh Educapatrol leaders'conference at Grey' nolds Park Sunday afternoon. Dr. Kaplan has been one of the guest speakers at ibis annual leaders' o onference every year, The opening prayer was given Rabbi Zwitman will be at the by Joseph Mirsky, the services University of Florida, Gainesville, were conducted by Millicent Roth 'his week-end, to organize the Jewami the closing prayer given by Il!8 5 l' !llcl oqv 'umiuojnj) jog ducted this year, to meet at some Wolfson, Abe Wolfson, H. A. Jenmember's house once a month, in kins, Russell Bernheim, Ben Finthe evening, so that members of man, Julius Silverman, 1. Segall, Junior Hadassah may join them. | president; Miss Lucille Baker, Dr. Leon Schwartz, A. A. FinkelThe first meeting will be Tuesday rice-president; Miss Tybel Wittenstein, Meyer II. Kisler and Mr. Joe evening, November 17th, at the stein, secretary; Jake Kaminoff, Abramovitz. home of Mrs. Herbert Weiss, with treasurer. Those in charge of this affair Mrs. Israel I.. Kaplan conducting : w,re Mesdames A. M. Wolfson, the class. Mr. and Mrs. S. Small of Sachairman; A. R. Berger, William Mis. M. D. Margolis will con-ivannah, Ga., are making Orlando liass, I. Liebman, N. L. Marcus, I. duet a study class for those desirtheir future home. Segal] and Maurice Stein. ing to learn Hebrew and those de-i Refreshments were served. siring to study with her are asked Mr. and Mrs. George Harris anto call her for details. nounce the engayement of their .Mrs. S. Augustine is visiting her The annual fall dance will be daughter, Henrietta, to Mr. TheoBon and daughter-in-law Dr. and held in the Windsor Hotel, Xovcmdoro Weinroth of Dover, X. J., and V Mrs. L. S. Augustine. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL V M. II. A. NOTES The schedule of activities for tbi' week follows: Sunday. October 25—8:15 p. m., readings by Miss Gertrude Michael, elocutionist, assisted by -Mrs. Harry N. Sandier, soprano, and Morris Kotler, violinist. Mrs. X. L, Marcus will act as chairman of the evening. The public is cordially invited to attend. Mondaj 7:36 p. m., Senior basketball team practice with Coach Hurston. Tuesday 7:36 p. in., class in public -; caking and diction, diber 4th, with Mrs. Sam Kassowitz Philadelphia, Pa. The wedding will as chairman and Mrs. Neal Fintake place in Paterson N. J., this kelstein as co-chairman. Mrs. M. month. J. Greenblatt has charge of the! distribution of tickets. Mrs. Philip Freedman and unServing as officers with Mrs. cle, Mr. Jack Wilner of New BrunsCohen are: Mrs. Sam Kassowitz, wick. \". J.. are the guests of Mr. recording secretary; Mrs. Perry Louis Wolf. Kjvntor, corresponding secretary; Mrs. I. Goldberg and son, Larry, of Jacksonville are visiting Rev. K. Safer and family. ish students into a Jewish union— I rt l u (1 by Miss Gertrude .Michael. Henry Bronner. n miniature Hillel Foundation. Wednesday—9 p. m., masked The highest collection came from The University of Miami has also dance '" ,he v auditorium, unelass :;. Intermedia:.' department, organized a miniature Hillel Foun. der ,he %  %  P-coa the Ladies' and the best attendance was had dation last Tuesday, when a comAuxiliary of Congregation Rodoph in Intermediate department, class mittee 0 f the B"nai B'rith met the Sn "'" ll! 2. and High School department, students. The committee: Rabbi Thursday class 2. Jacob II. Kaplan. Rabbi Max ShaRabbi Zwitman gave the sermonI '''"• Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, ette and Dr. Kaplan the birthday Rabbi Colnian A. Zwitman. Sam blessings the children celebrating ft'eissel and Milton Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Cohen, the P le and synagogues. :!.of Louis Cohen, president of the congregation in Fort Smith. Jijpksonvillf* NPWS Mrs. Lewis Witten, excecutive -reretary; Mrs. Ira Stein, financial secretary; .Mis. Marry Katz, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Strauss, first vice-president; Mrs. Herbert Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morrell ansecond vice-pesident, and Mrs. Wilnounce the birth of a son at the liam Silverman, third vice-presiOrange General Hospital on Mon' %  th, held '.first meeting last Tuesday night in thi vestry rooms Miss Bt a B ornstein, who attends l the synagogue. Fifty memberMianii University, visited her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and birthdays were Myra Mirsky. Philip Weinstein and Evans Baros. Mr. Kaplan, in the kindergarten assembly, offered a blessin Leonette Epstein, the baby daughter of Mr. ami Mis. Leonard Epstein. GENERAL Mr. D. A. Goldsmith, former M rs. Albert Morrell, this weektoe and tap dancing for children; chairman ol the arbitration board 6nd with a of stU(lent < fl 0 ,„ Up. m religious services at tenof New York, was guest speaker. Miami. They attended the RollinsAn interest,,,program was preMiami game Saturday night. so,,ted. Refreshments were served. .Mi The Ladies' Auxiliary of Cong. ohev Sholem sponsored the first Mrs ''• %  enbenefil bridge of the season lasl Ark., are at the Sunshine Hospital. IT N. W. Thirty-second place. and will very highly appreciate -, visil from some „f the Jewish ,'^ !" '.. !"''u'"' y ",!",. a M '" ] \'~ Wednesday night in the vestry people. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Plant have .in-1 celebrated their silver anniPlans are now being made foi a cafeteria supper and entertainto lie giv( n by the Sisterindaj'i \'o\ ember 1 st. at 6:30 p. m. versary, and we extend to them our heartiest congratulations. Also ongratulations to .Mr. [i s. Louis Snetman, who had anniversary a 11 ] '[ u[y iM honor 0( their daugh, l0ms of the syi igogue. The host%  Sylvia, on her tenth birthday. Games were played and prizes w in by Bernice Carlton and MarThe many friends of Mr. A. M. Hani.regret to learn of his serious illness and wish him a speedy i ecovery. ion Cohen. Tampa Notes They were %  .-. Nathan R in, Mrs. .'.; 111:111 •"KM, MlS. A. R. lie,;;, ,. Mr ,enl and apa pas ige of her daugh. ut was ,,ot preset '•• Xl Maxwell I \ ne >i, s Henry Brash, who Bi of Brooklyn, N. .,.,, -, rved a> treasurer for the Y.. ,,i.d now of Tampa. The mar auxiliary for the past ten j II iak, place the latter part was ented with a c ir De, mber. I' ; executive board of the La dies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid So; <• for the Aged met ; • I imi of Mrs. S. iw. Mrs. J. Shapiro, prest, pi Bided. Mrs. s. L. Blatl hairman of the A ..' pounced that Miss Kate Bandrimer is co-chairman. dance will be held in -onville Jewish Center auditorium, on the evening of November 11th. A \. Shapiro. Mrs. M. J. Safer, Mrs. I. Becker and li. Kottleman. This bridge was an outs andii g success, finan... \ delicii erved by the hosti ioi ; 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. Mendelsohn are making Orlando thoir permanent home. 'Il entire community sympathizes de ply with M s. Isabella Rosenbaum in the i %  %  > %  brother, Mr. H. an of New Orleans, La. O, CALM THOSE MERVES, BE SWEETSaREME.' BY USING DOCTOR MILES' NERVINE Silverman is a graduate of the Hillsborough High school, also led the University of Florida, and is a member of the Orange Grove faculty. Mr. Brody is affiliated with the Tampa Y. M. H. A. The Ladies' Auxiliary of TemThe first of a series of three I tournaments being planned by the Senior Hadassah chapter by Mr. David Stein, president of will be held Monday, October 26th, An address of welcome was made for the next tW the congregation, and also a talk and by Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi of Mondays. the congregation. ..., .,, Hie tournaments will be conOther numbers on the program ducted in Cohen brothers" auditoinchided vocal solos by Miss Buth Hum. Harry Katz ami Mrs. Sam Salsbury, who was accompanied at Witten are chairmen of this affair, the piano by Miss Sylvia Stoun. The Onlj Strictly Kosher POME COOKING In St. Petersburg, I la. Mrs. I). Kabinovich Rooms and Board 853 ">th Avenue. South St. Petersburg, Fla. DO H o oco Mr. Morris Gordon favored with pie Rodoph Sholom celebrated two violin selections, and Miss their nineteenth birthday anniver j Beck Buchman played the wedding sary at a mock wedding and promarch for the mock wedding, in gram Sunday evening in the auwhich only men participated. ditorium of the temple. Those taking part in the mock The auditorium was decorated wedding were Dr. Herbert Lewey, with potted palms, gladioli and Mr. Jack Swerdlin, Mr. Max Juschrysanthemums. The table was ter, Ed Sherman, Dr. Fred Lebos, covered with a pretty bice cloth, and a centerpiece of red ^ mmmmm ^ mm ^ mmmma ^ mmm ^ m ^ graced the table, with silver candle holders at each end. Guests were greeted by Mrs. 1). CraCOWaner, Mrs. Adam Wolfson, Mrs. II. Perlman, Mrs. A. Levin and Mrs. Henry Brash. Mrs. Jacob Winner was program chairman for the evening and introduced the speakers. Mrs. I. Liebman, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, gave the address of welcome and also introduced the past presidents and presented them with The Senior Hadassah chapter of Jacksonville opened the fall season last week with a luncheon meeting in the Floridian room of the Calling Hotel, with Mrs. N. F. Cohen, newly elected president of the organization, presiding. Mrs. Herbert Weiss announced that a study group will be conWAGNER BEER M ALE Can you afford to be NERVOUS? Perhaps you could afford those attacks of Nerves if you were the only one affected. Tense nerves make you a nuisance to everyone with whom you come in contact. No one likes you when you are jumpy, irritable and nervous. N DR.MILES'C" ERVINE DR. MILES NERVINE has been recognized as effective for more than 60 years by sufferers from Sleeplessness, Nervous Irritability, Nervous Headache. Nervous Indigestion, Travel Sickness. DR. MILES NERVINE is now available in the original liquid form and effervescent tablet form. 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Page Twe THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 23, 1936 The Ladies' Auxiliary of the! fl—* Miami Jewish Orthodox CongregaI tion is sponsoring one of its re* it ular series of card parties Sunday evening, October 25th. at 8 o'clock ia the clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A., southwest corner of Sixteenth ave. and Fifth st. Prixes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. >o< >o< e* SOCIETY > Beth David Junior congregation will hold the first services of the season Saturday morning; October Mtb, at 10:30 o'clock. w:th Junior Cantors Jack Mendel! and Irving Ginsburg chanting the service, and at o'clock, to be preceded by a board meeting 1 at 1:30. An interesting program will be presented to be followed by a social hour. • • • Mrs. Henry Seitlin returned to the city after spending some time in New York City. • • • The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponon Friday evening. October 30th, at > o'clock, with Rabbi Max Shapiro ,-fficiating and preaching; Cantor Louis Hayman will be assisted by Beth David Choir, composed of Mesdas-.es VMn Efser.:":'. Max Pepper. Sam Rubinstein. Wilhaai Weir.traub. Ed Friedman. Charles Marks. Terry Stein. Joseph Sytr.ar. r.d the Misses A dele Se-i fa:;. Thelrr.a Gr.-pper. Ethel Fort. Dolly Solby, Shirley Raskin and : Er.gler. made. • • • A play reading at the home of Mrs. Harry Rubin. 1736 S. W. Ninth st.. on Wednesday evening. October 30th, at 7:45 o'clock, is betas; sponsored by the Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah. Mrs. William V. Little, well known drarr.ar.c reader, will g-.ve a reading M of Broadway's stage hits. Admission will be DIM dollar per tor, and Joseph Lentx. state techpolitical aspects of Zionism, nkal director. The next meeting of Junior Hadassah will be a dinner meeting on | November 9th. Funeral services for Mrs. PaulMij? Anju silverman, memberine Herman. 55. were held Monship c h a irman, announced a memday in the Ahern funeral chapeL ^ n -^ partv on November 2nd for Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated and pa;d m€mbers an d guests, and that' the body was interred at Woodlawn a gM pin would v^ presented to | Park cemetery. tlw ?irl bringing in the most new Mrs. Herman, a resident of Mim€mb€rs between now and the turami for the past 13 years, died ke% trot tQ ^ held on .November a board meeting ,-emng, October 26th, Mrs. Marry Grossuylvania ave., Miami Beach, at 8 o'clock, and all board members are requested to be present. • • • Josef Hofmann, one of the world's greatest pianists, will play Chopin's Concerto in F Minor and Rubinstein's Concerto in D Minor for his concert here with the University of Miami symphony orchestra. Dr. Arnold Yolpe, conducting,. at the Olympia Theatre on Novem. ber 2nd. The concert here, the only one which Hofmann will give in Florida this year, will be a gala event, musically speaking. He comes acclaimed by three continents during the past year as greater than ever oefore in his career. • • • eoante. IlM first BBSS ting if the recently' 4 "" : r-.ryanixed Z::r.:st i strict of Greater M a— i will be bald the Last first Moadaj of Kosasabai sad tbs Hit) MoSaiaj at each — .r.th thereafter. These wiH be prissarl y cul%  their Bwpooa and will be The public is ir.v-.ted to :;• -r.~ir.ent speakers y various ameen ax tae loose and Last night an enthusiastic meeting :f the membership campaign : of Sholem lodge of Br.ai Briti was held at the Palatial Restaurant. Talks were made MM King At I -•-. xt ie e t tag to b< i i Beth David TalB all 1 of directors wiU be named. Fall fatails *'... .it-rear ;.r next >sr. • • Jew. Welfare Bureau, held last Mest| -i %  -. -. feted the t fficers Stanley .' Myers | ?! R. -st rke-pre*. --1 TM*-lier.t Burcr. at Kirs.'-. M; secretary 7Fraak Core*, treas%  rar, aI Las Ackerrna.-.. assistant treasurer Amendments '-: t'--. c.nMr. Louis G Borary fhainwjB, and E. Albert PaDoCt, ,-iirr.ar. ;:" the ratonaigB %  ; — —ittee. A goal :f two hundred and .:•• BMmben has :e^r. set foe this taia the alga in irder t: MM :f t if.v< : :ard of the grand lodge :' th< si in Jaaaa n;: t:r bridge dot .-:' S M stirur.on tne stx*s tat —. were unar d-.?ttu aatborixaf the fen f the Baroa de 1-1 i-s.-Meyer Lean Pwad :: Jew i-e Dum • • %  Tea; brad Sisterhc :d is • c s cafeteria scrrer STlllllJ 0 N FB MX 1st, it 6 : tl x -. Kaphu Hall 1 : N. :" i st Mrs >' L the arreoMBts. J rraa of s f Sisatceo: • • • r of Teeaple IsMoai Kapiaa Hall Mcedaaaa Easter, M o and M S: hiiesses for a beaafit Loyalty Eaaaab Charter. O. E today eveaiaCi Soreairer 4th. at Beth Darid Tahaad T;rah Hal. Pries •"-.'. re awar-de-d foe i refreshments public invited t: ittend. • • %  It %  ."at Happea Hen S %  iraBaatrsatka it bis best r aorel :.-!.! KM States it S %  rheatre, X -i it, E :t its portrayaL Jews t>r. %  %  The ... ... %  a oo t Ban BBS ...... tl f. 'it: |ave redi.-cs r. • t the ware. Max. of Cleveland. Ohio, and Prof. Abbott of Hillsdale. Mich.; a daughter. Mrs. Murray Kellman. Miami. • • • At the last meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau Ladies' Auxiliary. Mrs. S. N. Halpert was named Miami chairman of the penny boxvs Mrs. Rose Miles chairman of Miami Beach and Mrs. BenLeVir.e .-'-.airman of hospitaty Mrs. I_ J. Harts will be in charge of the rummage store operated by the organixation and Hit, Hy— an N. Levy will direct the o; classes and choral group. • • Joint bwtaBatioa :'. the officers t the Jewish Welfare Bureau and the Ladies' Auxiliary of the orfan.tati.n wit] be baM at the Alamac Hotel, Mia—Beach, the erao ;f Koreaibax Ilth Mn Benjaaua LeVrat is chainaaa of the %  uaittee Full de. arrear in :ur next issue. %  • a ert Ba r a ett, thKM of Mr. %  ad Mrs. Myer >mcti D will reBar Mitt Mia-i Jewisb Orthodox ;:nrr:I i. -. Satnrday October -,th. at %  Hr will ftorc ar.i t.-.e aewa] beandBCi a.-.d will >teik rr.efly Ml the sic-.:i:ar:e of It Babbi ArrahiKeilBer :t Bait—.re a gwMt :f the grogatioa, --.11 sreak during the ser--.;es. A recepti.n with the titDtS f tht Bir MhSTt as his:? i tlow m the vestry r::~s of I HM All fri %  if the y are tord ally invited tc atte-.i DR. R. S. AKERS DENT18T 174S N. W. 16th St. Closed Saturdayi. Ph. 2-2111 PERSONALS Men! Women! Why Stay Single? Try our plan! Join America's original and finest Jewish correspondence club. Find life mate, happiness. 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Pare Six THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN Friday, October 23, 193C of 20,000 in this marvelous film, which the distinguished William Cameron Menzies directed. A glimpse of the world in which your great-great-grandchildren will live can be seen in "Things to Come," H. G. Wells' amazing prediction of the future at the Tivday, This breath-taking Alexander Kor la production shows the annihilation of our present civilization by the next world war and the reconstruction of the world by a "Frisco Kid," Warner Bros.' thrilling tale of the glamorous Barbery Coast of old San Francisco, opens at the Seventh Avenue Theatre Sunday with an all-star %  a.-i headed by .lames Cagney, Margaret Lindsay, Ricardo Cortez and l.ili Damita. The picture is set in the colorful background of the early fifties, when the waterfront at the Golden Gate was a flaming panorama of gilded gambling halls and palaces of pleasure. The characters are based on historic personages of the time who flocked to the city of gold from every port in the world. Into this picturesque atmosphere comes a sailor, strong, purposeful crude, ignorant, but a man of tremendous force and magnetic personality who rises to be the master of the Coast, and who dares to fall in love with the most beautiful girl of San Francisco's highest society. The World's Window group of scientists. In this marvelous Utopia of 8086, according to Mr. Wells, life will be lived almost entirely in wonderful, spotless underground cities, flooded with artificial sunlight, and ventilated by air conditioning apparatus. Houses will be made entirely of glass, and clothing, furniture and architecture will reach the ultimate in beauty, simplicity and utility. Mammoth machines will do man's Work, life will be leisurely and culture will flower. Science will expand its scope and young people will seek adventure as passengers in a gigantic projectile shot from a space gun to the moon. Raymond Massey, Ralph Richardson, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Pearl Argyle, Margaretta Scott and Patricia Hilliard head a cast (Continued from Page 1) have been impelled to protest. Your hearts have known concerning this great hope and light and creative effort of Israel and something in you has gloried in the farms of Emek and the city of Tel Aviv—your city among all the cities of the earth—and the everlasting echo of the name and glory of Yerushalayem has echoed and re-echoed in your souls. You have felt the vibrations; you have heard the call; you have seen the vision. Be very sure to see to it that today's cloth and indifference do not become tomorrow's dagger in your own hand aimed against your own breast. Be very sure. Regret and contrition do not turn time back and make things other than they have been. The deepest meaning and terrific tragedy of things that have been is that they have been and are no more. There is nothing so irreparably lost as opportunity. The opportunity of salvation for yourselves and redemption for your land and your people is here, today, this hour. This day and this hour! Let not the day and the hour be swallowed up into the past, the unreturning and unmedicinable past. MIAMI BEACH GLASS CO.! 437 WASHINGTON AVE PHONE 5-4918 "Glasi for Entry Purpose" PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS STRUCTURAL GLASS—MIRRORS STORE FRONTS—FURNITURE TOPS AL NEMETZ S. HOWARD ROSENDORF X GREYHOUND LINES S FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pU r 1010 U ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM K9Mm9 m XOMM !" GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH 515 Washington Avenue Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 1) who is coming here to take charge of Nazi propaganda An offer of $1,000 per week for 50 weekly broadcasts has been turned down by Professor Einstein William Mendelssohn, a first cousin of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, the composer, is living in Santa MonIca, Calif. ... He has just celebrated his 102nd birthday Elenora von Mendelssohn, greatgranddaughter of Felix, has made her debut on the English speaking stage in "Daughters of Atreus," in New York ... A mid-town New York synagogue lost some money when twenty members of its ladies' auxiliary were hauled off in a police wagon on a charge of gambling The ladies were arrested when police raided the apartment in which they were playing The accused said the game was for the benefit of a synagogue. About People Yehudi Menuhin, the grown-up prodigy who has been in retirement for some months, has secretly been studying to be a conductor .. Don't be surprised if he appears on the podium this year with the Philharmonic Symphony Society Norma Shearer, widow of the late Irving Thalberg, will never make another picture, but she may turn producer Leonard Lyons, New York Post columnist, who is making the other Gotham scriveners jump, tells us that Billy Rose and Fannie Brice are calling themselves the Jewish Lunt and Fontanne "Help Yourself," the WPA Federal Theatre production, starring Curt Bois, has broken all records for WPA shows by passing its 84th performance Mutz Greenbaum, British cameraman, won first prize for photography at the Venice International Cinematograph Exhibition .. Paul Muni won the acting prize for men When Governor £ehman retired from public life he could become a musician lie's a swell 'cellist ... A long search for the papers of Father Kino, Jesuit explorer of California, came to a successful end when Jake Zeitlin, the Dr. Rosenbach of the West, revealed they had been in his vault for three years. (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) ONLY RECOGNIZED RABBIS in the Greater Miami area are members of the Jewish Ministerial Board. They are Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David and Rabbi i Colman Zwitman of Temple Is; rael. ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 O=50< White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel 4 CI PAii> ON SAVINGS SINCE : ( CHARTERED EACH ACCOUNT INSURED IIP TO $-">,000 11.00' Opens an Account >0 u o AHD LOAM ASSOCWlOil Of MIAMI o n OC MMUbMM Resources Over $1,000,000.00 JOS. M. UPTON LEO ROBINSON KUKUS H. DANIEL President Chairman of Buard Vin-Prenident As UtkU



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Friday, October 23, 1936 TMK JBWISM FLORIDIAN Page Three y the JEWISH KLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2W78 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5304 EDITORIAL OFFICES: 621 S. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-1113 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulate Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered a> aecond elans matter July 4, 1H3. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. ST. PETERSBURG WEST PALM BEACH MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative Representative ORLANDO TAMPA MRS. B. J. COHEN MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Representative SUBSCRIPTION Si Months 11.00 One Year 2.'J0 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1936 Vol. 9—No. 43 Worth Considering We are indeed appreciative for Ihe many offers of cooperation received as a result of the brief article on the kosher butcher situation locally. We cannot help but comment on some significant remarks contained in a rather interesting letter: "What reliance can the Jewish consumer place on the 'shoched' in reputed kosher butcher stores when it is a well known fact that the wages received by this 'shoched' average between thirteen and eighteen dollars per week. Is it not human for him to look aside when violations occur? Don't you think that one entrusted with this important religious duty should be paid a decent living wage by his butcher? The prices paid by this particular butcher, one who has been here for years, is a rather sad commentary on the Jewish community Should not our rabbis exercise some of their inherent privileges and thus bring about respect for themselves and their fellow Jews?" May we respectfully suggest to our correspondent that our rabbis are more than willing to do the right thing, and happy to help in any matter that augurs well for the Jewish community. But does the average layman stand readyto support the rabbi when support becomes necessary? Supposing the rabbi should dec'are that because of such conditions as our correspondent complains of, the public should cease patronizing this butcher will the public stop buying? Bea Silver, vice-president; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Kathryn Morris; recording secretay, Miss Janet Kaasnik; treasurer, Josephine Kolman; historian, Ethel Lipowsky, and parliamentarian, Ida Ellgler. Elected to the board of directors were Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. Al Rosenfeld, Miss Lillian Falk, Mrs. Fineberg, Miss Bea Bornstcin, Mrs. Jules Wilson, Mrs. Weiner and Ida Engler. Miss Ida Engler was appointed chairman of the installation, which will take place in the near future. Miss Ann Lehrman, retiring president, opened the Junior Division meeting last Monday and then presented the gave] to the newly elected president, Sam Badanes, who made a brief outline of the work for the ensuing year. Miss Ruthie Atkins then presented Miss Lehrman with a gift from the entire membership. A committee consisting of Ann Lehrman, Ruth Atkins, Al Lewis, Isidor Mayerowitz and Elizabeth Rosenkrantz were appointed to make necessary plans for an Installation dance. Hy Webman, membership chairman, selected the Following members to assist him: Eva Wernikoff, Irving Rotfort, Charles Adelman and Gertrude Shaif. Isidore Mayerowitz, athletic chairman, announced that his committee would sponsor a pool tournament, starting Monday, November 2nd. Entry fee 16c, which will go towards the purchasing of prizes for winners of first and second places. Program Chairman Larry Schwartz announced his committee, namely. Miss Ann Lehrman, Hyman Ruben, Ruthye Bernstein and Charles Adelman. At the conclusion of the meeting a crowd of boys, members of the Antlers of West Palm Beach, visited the Juniors. Entertainment was supplied by Phil Weintraub, Emory Johnson and Ralph Knutsen of radio station WJNO. You are hereby being informed that the Y. M. H. A. volley ball team, consisting of Captain Al Reisman, Mick Lubel, Samuel Shapiro, Bernie Frank, Hy Sachs and Long Shot Nat Blumberg, are resting comfortably in first place In the Miami Beach League. Games are played every Tuesday and Thursday starting at 8 p. m., it Flamingo Park. It's something worth thinking about. MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Through the co-operation of Mr. Jules Brazil, executive director of the Civic Center, and Director Boris Schlachman, the "Y" has secured the Civic Center for the fifth annual dance. The date is December 20th, which should meet with the approval of all "Y" partisans. Following is a list of the chairmen and their aids: Milton Friedman and Harry Schwartz, co-chairmen of the program, and aids, Louis Safanowitz, Arthur Blatt, Al Berkowitz, Ben Serkin, Oscar Argintar, Joe Symans Nat Blumberg, Jack Apte, Phil Berkowitz, Max Minter, Jules Wilson, Louis E. Pallot, Nat Cooper, Bernie Sullivan, Max Shankman, Harry Rose and Frank Rose; publicity chairman, Louis Safanowitz, and aids, Nick Kenny, Joe Davis and Samuel Shindell; ticket committee chairman, Nat Blumberg and aids, Sol Rotfort, Jack Apte, Adolph Haimes, Jules Wilson and Louis Safer; entertainment chairman, Arthur Blatt, and aids, B. B. Berman, Chester Alexander, Danny Sheehan, Walter Jacobs and Tom Williams; reception committee chairman, Al Rosenfeld, and aids, Mrs. Sam Shindell, Beatrice Silver, Alvin Grossman and Sam Badanes; secretary Manny Tietler, and treasurer, Harry Blumin. Mr. Henry Berg addressed a capacity audience this past Wednesday at the Y. M. H. A. regular meeting on the subject, "The Need for a Jewish Community Center in Miami." Mrs. Sam Shindell was elected president of the Young Women's Hebrew Association last Tuesday at their semi-annual election. Others elected to office were: Miss Miss Rose Dubler defeated Miss Evelyn Marks in the finals of the Junior Girls division ping pong tournament. Special Notice—Important! Schedule of events for next week: Monday, October 26th—Junior division meeting and entertaining program. Tuesday, October 27th—Y. W. H. A. general meeting. Wednesday, October 28th—General meeting of the Y. M. H. A. with a full evening of entertaining events. Plain Talk A Reform Jew on Parade By AL SEGAL I was one of the eight who were carrying the scrolls of the Torah up and down the aisles of the temple. The occasion was Shemini Atzereth and the temple was making quite an event of it. Not only were the newly enrolled children of the temple's Sabbath school consecrated by the rabbis, but the temple also had taken an old custom of the Orthodox: A procession of the scrolls of the Torah was had to celebrate the fact that the last chapter of Deuteronomy had just been read and the scrolls had been rolled back to the first chapter of Genesis. Immortality of Torah! So I was one of the eight marching with the Torah in their arms and I should have felt full of holy and historic inspirations. Was I not one of the pageant of Israel that had been marching with Torah even from Sinai? I should have been conscious of all the sainted ghosts from Moses down, marching with me in these aisles, their fingers touching the silver crowns to make them tinkle as I marched. My soul should have been addressing them: "O my fathers! Here am I still marching in the everlasting parade of Israel!" But, in fact, Israel was scarcely there. Israel's wife had come to the service of the Torah, but Israel was at his business. Israel had no time for this. Instead of feeling as a marcher in an immense and mystical pageant I was like a straggler far from the tail end of a parade. The captains and the kings had marched on and we eight Torah-bearers were like lost wanderers left over from Reform Judaism. Not that I could take myself any praise for being there: "Ah, Segal, you are one of the few of the faithful!" No! I had come to carry the Torah as a favor to the : rabbi. I had been invited and had considered whether I ought to take | time off for this, and finally had said, "Well, once a year I can afford it." So I was a supernumerary, like the boys on the street who are brought in to make the semblance of a parade on a stage; I and the seven other bearers of the Torah. Therefore, as I marched, my thoughts seemed enveloped in the twilight of Reform Judaism rather than in the dazzling glory of the Torah which had come down from Sinai even unto this day. My eyes contemplated the rows of pretty fall millinery and counted male heads of Israel one two three twenty-five men of Israel in all! mostly old, bald heads that were retired and hadn't anything else to do this day. Had Reform Judaism become but the pastime of the ladies' hour? I was mindful of similar procession in the Orthodox synagogues Eager men carrying the scrolls with the zeal of torch-bearers Feet almost dancing with joy for the privilege of marching with Torah Rapt Jews in the aisles bending to kiss the scrolls as they passed by. Upon the hands of the eight supernumeraries the weight of the law grew heavier at each step. Thank goodness, soon we would be back at the altar and could rest this load How long the center aisle ... In the orthodox synagogues they were marching seven times and considered it was a distance short enough to be allowed to march with Torah. "You," I mused, "have written about the imminent death of orthodoxy, but today you seem like a pallbearer of reform and a hired pallbearer at that ... A stooge! Consider: Which is the more vital Orthodoxy or Reform?" We (the Reform Jews) had become symbolized in these eight stooges who at a signal from the rabbi had mounted the altar to go through their little part of Judaism. I could only feel sorry for the earnest rabbis who were leading this procession. They had been so zealous to give some warmth to the naked, chilly spirit of Reform Judaism, to illuminate Reform Jewish eyes with something of the drama of the Jewish story, to make Judaism more than the cold print of the Union prayer book. They had staged a lovely drama, what with children bearing fruits and flowers, what with fresh young voices singing, what with a blessing laid on each child's head; but Reform Jewry cared little enough. Reform Jewry was in the eight marching stooges. In the small children ascending the altar to be blessed, the devoted rabbis may have beheld future Torah-bearers (more auttht/ntic than we) for the Reform division of the Jewish pageant which had grown so thin; but to me it looked more like a dusk than a dawn. It is a dusk not of any one Reform temple, but of many, as I hear; a twilight of Reform Judaism. I have not written this to find any carping fault; since I am one of this Reform Jewry and on me is the fault as on all others. Nor is this written for the sake of restoring an enthusiastic observance of Shemini Atzereth among Reform Jews, or to rally them to march with Torah seven times around the temple instead of only one; or is it directed at Reform rabbis who are guarding well | their rather lonely altars. This is intended to be a report on the serious sickness of Reform Judaism as manifested in reform Jews. How is it going to keep on living in Jews who don't care much ? It is to be guessed that this will be answered by Reform Jewish authorities who will marshal statistics in evidence of the vitality of Reform Judaism: So many temples, so many rabbis, so many dues paying members. But paying dues is the easiest thing we do. I, a Reformer, sign a check for the temple and consider my accounts with Judaism squared "Well," I say, "this is one of those things you've got to do, I guess." And Reform rabbis are conscientious doctors doing their best to make the blood flow full again in the hardening arteries of Reform Judaism. Oh, there are plenty of temples, plenty of rabbis, plenty of dues paying members, plenty of everything but life in the stiffening bones. St. Petersburg Notes Services at the Congregation B'nai Israel Friday evening at 8 o'clock; the sermon by Rabbi Morris Baumel on "The Discovery of Monotheism." Saturday morning services at 9 o'clock. The sermon will be on "The Covenant Between the Slices." The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai Israel had a well attended meeting October 20th when the following officers were elected: Mrs. Mae Benjamin, president; Mrs. Rae S. Shapiro, vice-president; Mrs. Ruth Robbins, treasurer; Beatrice Yosim, secretary. On the welfare committee are Mesdames Dora Goldberg and Lilly Herman. Installation of officers will take place October 2'.tth. At a meeting of the Judaic Council, October 19th, the following officers were elected: Mrs. Ed Goldman, president; Mrs. Al R. Rubin, vice-president; Mrs. Harry H. Megill, secretary, and Mrs. M. Miller, treasurer. The installation of officers will be October 28th at Huber's restaurant. Miss Fern Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg, returned home from an extensive trip in the North, where she spent the entire summer. /