The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (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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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JAM ARY i:>, 1937
Price Five Cents
B'NAI B'RITH SUPREME EXECUTIVE
BOARD TO MEET NEXT WEEK
President Cohen, Representatives District (irand Lodges and0
Members of Executive Board Will Consider Matters
Next Week in Two-Day Session at Floridian Hotel
The World's Rabbis and Laymen
Window Address Banquet
For the first time in its history
ihe executive board of the Supreme
N'o. 5; Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta,
vice president of District No. 5,
Y. M. H. A. Will
Stage Benefit
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
hold its meeting away from the
home office of the order when it
will convene in Miami next Wednes-
(irand Lodge of B'nai B'rith will | and numerous other prominent of- Headed by Nick Kenny, famous
ficials. I ra
  • The officials will be guests 0flMirror> and Boris Schlachman, ex-
    Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith,' eeutive director of the Y. M. H. A.,
    which includes B'nai B'rith mem- the committee in charge of the an-
    bership in the Greater Miami area, nual presentation of the Midnite of
    and will be taken on sightseeing Stars for the benefit of the Y. M.
    tours of this area Wednesday after- '* A. building fund, announce that
    noon. Wednesday night there will Mme f the outstanding reviews,
    be a gala initiation of a class of nis:nt club shows and stars of radio,
    more than 300 new members into screen and stage will be at the
    the "Alfred M. Cohen membership Olympia Theatre the night of Jan-
    class," at Temple Israel. Members uar>' 24tn to entertain the large
    of the executive board will partici- \ audience who have signified their
    pate in the ceremonies. Judge Hy intention of attending.
    Roth ami a team of the Orlando
    Leaders in the Jewish and non-
    Jewish life of this country who are
    now in Miami have joined the com-
    mittee and are aiding in its work.
    Among them are Jack Dempsey,
    The cerenK^esw,!. be opened w,thiLouis QoW *
    a prayer by Rabb, Colman Zw.tman Brook,
    of Temple Israel. Following the u_____ __. .. ..
    formal ceremonies a reception will
    B'nai B'rith Lodge will confer the
    degrees on the new members. Ad-
    dresses will be made by some of the
    outstanding orators in the country.
    HON. ALFRED M. COHEN
    Of Cincinnati, Ohio, president of (
    the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith
    day morning, Jan. 20, at the Florid,
    ian Hotel, Miami Beach, to con-
    sider matters of importance to the
    order and involving the Jewry of
    the entire world. Methods of com-
    batting anti-Semitism, the estab-
    lishment of further Hillel Founda-
    tions in American universities, de-
    velopment of the colonization in
    Palestine of German and Polish
    Jews recently begun by the order,
    and reports of the gigantic phil-
    anthropic work of the order car-
    ried on in the United States in its
    various hospitals and orphanges, as
    well as in various countries of
    Europe, will be among the prob-
    lems that will be acted on by the
    executive board of the order.
    The Hon. Alfred M. Cohen for
    many years president of the order,
    and conceded to be one of the lead-
    ing Jews in the world, will preside
    at the meeting. Among other not-
    ables who will attend are: Joseph
    W. Salus of Philadelphia, Louis
    Fabricant of New York, Archibald
    A. Marx of New York, Henry
    Monsky of Omaha, Sidney G. Kus-
    worm of Dayton, Judge I. If.
    Golden of San Francisco, Sidney G.
    Stern of North Carolina, Dr. Abra-
    ham S. Sachar of Champlain, 111.,
    head of the Hillel Foundation work
    in the United States; Sigmund Liv-
    ingston, chairman of National Hillel
    Foundation; Richard E. Gutstadt,
    head of the anti-defamation work
    in this country; Sam Beber of the
    National Advisory Council of the
    A. Z. A. (Junior B'nai B'rith); Abe
    Shefferman of Washington, D. C,
    president of District Grand Lodge
    follow in Kaplan Hall of Temple
    Israel when refreshments will be
    served by the lodge to all the
    guests. A committee of ladies will
    be in charge of the reception and
    berman, president of the Mercan-
    tile Bank; Leo Robinson, president
    of the American Bank and Trust
    Co., and Mayor Louis Snedigar of
    Miami Beach.
    It is expected that with the ad-
    includes Mesdames R. R. Adler and dition of the funds to be raised by
    Sam N. Halpert as co-chairmen, this benefit actual building of a
    and Mesdames M. L. Marcus, J. A. Y. M. H. A. and community cen-
    Richter, N. Adelman, Elry Stone, ^ ter will begin shortly. Tickets may
    Frank Coret, Albert Rosenthal, J. | be purchased at the "Y" from any
    Louis Shochet, Stanley C. Myers, j member of the committee or at
    Harry Gordon, Frank Perlman, II.
    JUDGE I. W. GOLDEN
    Of San Francisco, vice-presidoit
    of the Supreme Lodge of
    B'nai B'rith
    the Floridian Hotel, Alamac Hotel,
    Vanderbilt Hotel and Clinto Hotel
    at Miami Beach.
    I. Magid, Mendel Cromer, Isaac
    Levin, William Friedman, Edward
    Friedman, Sam Gurss, M. J. Kopel-
    owitz, Max Pepper, Herbert Simon,
    Ida Optner, Ralph Neufeld, Sam
    Aronowitz, Sam Bearman, Herman
    Fisher, Joseph Fields, Charles
    Greenfield, J. Gerald Lewis, A. F.
    Friedman, Louis Zeientz and Ben-
    jamin Le Vine.
    On Thursday, Jan. 21, the execu-
    tive board will meet for business,
    to be followed by a gala dinner at
    the Floridian Hotel, at 8:45 p. m.
    Music will be provided by the
    Hotel Floridian orchestra, headed
    by Emil Corea.
    A number of outstanding stars
    will provide entertainment during
    the dinner. Mr. Isaac Levin, past
    president of the local lodge, will
    preside as toastmaster. The in-
    vocation will be offered by Rabbi
    Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple
    Israel, and the benediction by Rab-
    bi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami
    Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
    Addresses will be made by the
    Hon. Alfred M. Cohen, Nathan
    Adelman, president of the Miami
    lodge; Abe Shefferman, president
    of the District; Hyman S. Jacobs,
    vice president of the District and
    other officers of the executive
    board.
    In charge of arrangements for
    the conference, class initiation and
    banquet is a committee consisting
    of Benjamin LeVine, chairman; R.
    R. Adler, S. N. Halpert, J. Louis
    Shochet, Dr. Frank Coret, William
    Friedman, Nathan Adelman, Elry
    Stone, Isaac Levin and George
    Feuer. Chairman of the member-
    ship comittee which directed the
    membership campaign is E. Albert
    Pallot.
    No reader of this column will
    have failed to note the Associated
    Press report that the National-
    Socialist government of Germany
    has cancelled the German citizen-
    ship of Thomas Mann, seized his
    house, library and furniture in
    Munich and forbidden the manu-
    facture and sale of his books in
    the Reich. This move seems to
    have been not wholly unforeseen,
    since the third volume of Mann's
    epic novel, "Joseph and His Breth-
    ern," which bears the sub-title,
    "Joseph in Egypt," though identi-
    cal in format and type with his pre-
    vious works, no longer bears the
    imprint, now become a great
    memory, of S. Fischer, Berlin, hut
    a newly incorporated] publish wig
    house in Vienna, the Bermann-
    i Fischer Co., and was manufactured
    j in Austria.
    Doubtless many instructed reda-
    ers felt a pang, a feeling of moral
    discomfort at reading this piece
    of news. Such, too, was my initial
    reaction. Second thoughts brought
    an entirely different attitude and
    an entirely other train of reason-
    ing. For this act, above all other
    acts, we mi, bei grateful. It
    writes the Nazis down in the eternal
    book of man's memory. Perverse
    people in later ages may seek to
    defend them. Subtle sophistries
    will be used; council will be dark-
    ened. We know those proctis.
    There will be an answer. There will
    be an answer to which there is no
    reply. The answer will be the
    name of Thomas Mann.
    Let us regard the man and his
    work. And first the man. He is
    ' an Aryan, a German of the north,
    i of Lubeck, where his ancestors con.
    | stituted one of those families of
    j patrician merchants that were
    characteristic of the maritime cities
    of the Hanseatic League. Nor is
    i that all. Though in his first great
    novel, "Buddenbrook," he delineated
    the decay of just such a family, in
    reality of his own family, he never
    cut himself loose from the tradi-
    tions of his folk and fathers. On
    the contrary. In his essays and
    discourses he states again and
    again that he is a child of the Euro-
    Dean bourgeoise of the nineteenth ,
    century and that he regards that i
    Burgertum, with all its faults upon j
    its head, as the adequate sustainer ,
    of the civilization of his age. As (
    a mid-European bougeois of the
    twentieth century he considered it
    his duty to give his moral support
    j to the right wing, let us say, of the
    ! German Social Democacry and to
    j declare in unmistakable and public
    terms his allegiance to the Weimar
    Republic. In other words, Thomas
    Mann, is psychologically and intel-
    lectually much farther removed
    from radicalism than the Nazis
    themselves. He is, in every respect,
    (Continued on Page 4)
    Four prominent speakerstwo
    rabbis and two laymenwill ad-
    dress ihe formal banquet which
    will climax the Union of American
    Hebrew Congregations Thirty-
    Fifth Council in New Orleans, Mon-
    | day evening, Jan. 18.
    Dr. Jonah B. Wise of New York
    city will speak on "The Glamorous
    Western World"; Judge A. B.
    Freyer of Shreveport, on "Judaism
    Without Jews"; Hugo Sonnensehein
    of Chicago, on "Jews Without Juda-
    ism"; and Dr. Solomon B. Freehof
    of Pittsburgh, on "Paths to Jew-
    ish Progress."
    Delegates to the Union Council,
    the Twelfth Biennial Assembly of
    the National Federation of Temple
    Sisterhoods and the Seventh Bien-
    nial Convention of the National
    Federation of Temple Brother-
    hoods, will attend the banquet, as
    will members of the New Orleans
    Jewish community.
    Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
    Efforts of Jewish groups to further
    Arnb-Jewish understanding are re-
    sponsible for the report that a
    number of Palestinian Jews aVe
    about to publish an Arabic daily,
    the first of its kind, to be devoted
    to an improvement of relations be-
    tween Arabs and Jews.
    Camera Tales
    Seen in action at a meeting of
    B'nai B'rith arrangements commit-
    tee last week were, top, Nathan
    Adelman, president, and Sam N.
    Halpert, member of arrangements
    committee; second, Benjamin Le
    Vine, chairman of the banquet and
    arrangements committee, in a fa-
    miliar pose; third, Nathan Adel-
    man and Benjamin Le Vine talk-
    ing things over; and bottom, Na-
    than Adelman and William Fried-
    man, treasurer of the lodge, in a
    serious discussion of?


    Page Two
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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    vestry lowing which Rabbi Max Shapiro
    itors in
    Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N. Levy
    Will celebrate the Bar Mitzva of
    their son, Morgan, at the services
    Saturday morning, Jan. 1C, begin-
    ning at 8:30 o'clock at Beth David
    Synagogue. Morgan will recite the
    Haftoro and speak in English, fol-
    lowing which Rabbi Max Shapiro
    will preach briefly. Immediately serve "Kiddush"
    after the services the parents of rooms of the
    the Bar Mitzva will be hosts at a
    reception to their friends and Milton i
    worshippers. Sunday evening, Jan. and Mrs. Barney Wcinklo, will be- junior congrcgaUon will meet at adxantng
    IT, a reception in honor of theBarleome Bar Mitzva at services Satur- 10:30 o'clock Saturday moimng.
    Mitzva will be held at the Black-1 day morning, Jan. 10, at Beth
    stone Hotel from 8 to 11 p. m., to Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach.
    Which all friends are invited. Milton will recite the Haftoro and
    * speak briefly in English. He will
    Kiausn in tne wauy .u-.e ...... "~ Tfco' sound and constructive pnncip
    Weinkle. the son f Dr. lh following the services. The aimed only at momentar, politi
    Friday, January 15, 1937
    liam Uhlfelder. Rehearsals for the
    |! minstrel show, being sponsored by
    the organization, will begin Mon-
    i; day night, Jan. 18, at 8 p. m., at
    ^ the home of Mrs. H. N. Levy, 1625
    |s S. W. 15th street. All interested
    in this are urged to attend. Plans
    for the bridge which the auxiliary
    winter, and promotion of js sponsoring on Wednesday, Jan.
    principles 27, at the Alamac Hotel, will ap-
    a's pear in our next issue.
    tical
    The National Council of Jewish
    Women will hold its annual fashion
    The pub'ic speaking class, spon-.show and review on Wednesday,
    Sinai Lodge, I. O. O. F the sl,,l by the National Council of Feb. 10, at the Palm Island Club,
    only Jewish ('.Id Fellows lodge in J(,vish Women, under the direc- where a floor show contam.ng
    lie South, is sponsoring a gala li(in f Mrs. tsidor Weinstein, will some of the outstanding stars will
    at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. Cantor
    and Mrs. M. Rifas, 1000 S. W. 13th
    court, for the benefit of its Talmud
    Torah Fund. Prizes will be offered
    for high scores at each table and ,
    refreshments will be served. The
    public is cordially invited to attend.
    *
    The late Friday evening services
    at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
    gregation tonight will be dedicated
    to the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
    ciation and will begin at 8:15
    o'clock. Mr. Milton Friedman, a
    member of the directorate of the
    "Y," will be guest speaker and
    Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will
    preach on "Character Building."
    Following the services a social
    hour will be Bpent with the Ladies
    Auxiliary as hosts. Saturday morn-
    ing services begin at 0 a. m., with
    Harold Berkowitz. son of Mr. and
    Mis. Philip Berkowitz. becoming
    Bar Mitzva. Harold will recite the
    Haftoro and speak in English, fol-
    lowing which Rabbi Kellner will
    preach. Following the services the
    parents of the Bar Mitzva will

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    admission charge will be made, and
    all members visiting Odd Fellows
    and the general public is urged to
    a!tend and spend an enjoyable eve-
    ning. In charge of arrangements
    is a committee, headed by Adolph
    Abramson, chairman. Meetings of
    the lodge are held every Tuesday
    evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
    Among guests at the Hotel
    Evans, Miami Beach, are Mr. and
    .Mis. I.. Demar, Mr. Demar being
    a law partner of Sen. Lazarus
    Joseph of New York, and Mr. and
    Mrs. Louis Daitch of New York,
    Mr. I'aitch being one of the leading
    merchants in the butter and egg
    business in New York.
    * *
    The Hotel Evans is sponsoring a
    series of weekly dances for the en- (
    tertainment of its guests every
    Sunday evening in the beautiful
    patio of the hotel. Music is fur-!
    femey Plaza. Those in charge of
    arrangements will be announced at
    an early date.
    * *
    Miss Rochelle Schauer, daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shauer, Chi-
    cago, became the bride of William
    Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
    Miller, Chicago, at 6 p. m. Satur-
    day, at the home of Rabbi Joseph
    II. Kaplan. The couple will reside
    here.
    r
    LOUIS ZEIENTZ
    Named to collector of taxes office
    Last Week
    Miss Sarah GrccnLcrg has as her
    nished by Mort Richards ard his house guest, Mrs. Harry I. Cood-
    chant the services. Following the I well-known orchestra. man and daughter, Shirley, of At-
    services the parents of the Bar lanta, Ga.
    Mitzva will be hosts at a "Kid-1 Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Laakin, 18201 *
    dush" in the vestry rooms of the James ave., Miami Beach, celebrat- Next Monday, Jan. 18, at 2 p. m,
    synagogue. Sunday afternoon theed their golden wedding anniver- the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
    parents will hold a reception at Bary :it a dinner Saturday night at Welfare Bureau will hold its regu-
    their home, 1228 Euclid avenue, the Roney Plaza. Their guests were ]ar meeting at the Alamac Hotel.
    Miami Beach, for their friends and Jir. and Mrs. Elmer R. Laskin, Miami Beach, Mrs. Hyman N. Ix'vy,
    relatives, from 3 to 6 p. m. No Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Myron program chairman, will present
    cards will be issued. Laskin, Milwaukee, Wis.J Mrs. Mrs. Morrey Koven in whistling
    Bernhard Minsly, Los Angeles; numbers and Mrs. Edward Fried-
    At the late Friday evening ser- Arthur E. Laskin, New York, and man in vocal selections. Mrs. Abra-
    vices tonight at Beth David Con- Mr. and Mrs. Louis .7. Laskin and ham Kellner will give the invoca-
    gregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will Teddy and Marion Laskin, Larch- tion. Greeting the guests will be
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    preach on "Will our present day mont, N. Y.
    civilization v>ndure?" Cantor Louis
    Hayman and Beth David choir will Harry S. Pickering, industrial
    chant the s( rvicef. At the Satur- chemist and sanitary engineer, last
    'day morning services, beginning at week announced as candidate for
    8:30, Morgan Levy, the son of Mr. election to Hie city commission.
    'and Mrs. Ilynian X. Levy, will lie- "Because I am a relatively poor
    come Bar Mitzva. He will recite the man ,ny hesitancy about entering
    Haftoro and -peak in English, fol- ,|u, impending commission cam-
    paign has boon the lack of fi-
    | name-," Pickering said.
    "My program will include poli-
    cies that will prevent increased
    burdens on taxpayers by planning
    now to accommodate 500,000 per-
    manent residents and 1,000,000 vis-
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    Friday, January 15, 1937
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    Bruchim Haboim
    With this age-old traditional greeting it is indeed a
    pleasure to welcome to Florida in general and to Greater
    Miami in particular, the Hon. Alfred M. Cohen, head of the
    Hnai Brith, his fellow officers and members of the Executive
    Hoard of the Supreme Grand Lodge of the Order.
    With a resord of more than 9.'$ years of continuous, tire-
    less and devoted work to the cause of Jewry throughout the ery Store, Rosedale Delicatessen,
    world. Bnai Brith has placed itself in the forefront of Jewish Clinton Hotel, Floridian Hotel and
    work today by its recent decision to help establish Palestine : Jack Dempsey's Vanderbilt.
    as the national homeland of the Jewish people. We in Greater! A croup of 15 have entered the
    Miami are not unmindful of the splendid work of the late Boris i Golden Glove Tournament to rep-
    I). Bogen, secretary of Bnai Brith in li)2(>, when he rushed to resent t'.e V. M. H. A. and include
    B) HARRY SCHWARTZ.
    Last nite at the Alamac Hotel at
    -Miami Beach, Nick Kenny, noted
    radio editor and columnist, was
    guest of honor at
    a dinner give n
    him by the Y. M.
    H. A. for his work
    for the annual
    Midnite of Stars
    Show, to be held
    Sunday, Jan. 24,
    at the Olympia Theater.
    Among those present were Mayor
    Snedigar of Miami Beach, Judge
    Louis Goldstein, president of the
    Y. M. H. A. of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
    B. B. B., stage shir Jackie Merkle,
    child mental marvel and his dad.
    I. B. Merkle, Ruth Kane, N. V.
    radio dramatist, Leo Robinson,
    George I.ottman and Walter Jacobs.
    Following the luncheon there was
    a discussion of the Midnite of Stars
    Show, at which time Nick Kenny
    read off telegrams from various
    stars who promised to attend.
    Prices of tickets for this gala [
    show will range from 1.50 to
    (10.00, Get your reservations in
    early for the best seats by phoning
    the "Y" at 8-4012. Tickets on sale
    at Alamac Hotel, Barnetts Station-
    ll'nai R'rith'a executive
    committee member! at-
    tending Miami meeting
    are, left to right, top
    row: Joaeph W. Salua.
    Philadelphia. Dial. No. 3;
    I.ouia Fabricant, New
    York City, Diat. No. 1;
    Archibald A. Marx, New
    Orleana, Diat. No. 7.
    Lower Left: Henry Mon-
    aky, Omaha, Diat. No.
    6. Lower right: Sidney
    (. Kuaworm. Dayton,
    Dintrirt No. 2.
    Strictly
    Confidential
    Tidbits From Everywhere
    this area with $5,000 to alleviate the sufferings of the Jews
    in this area as a result of the hurricane. We are not unmind-
    Maxie bchemer, Peritz Scheinberg,
    Marvin Rubin, Charles Adelman,
    ful of the help and assistance given by the Order when we George Fox, Hal Levenson, Abie
    in Miami needed it so much, and it would be but a poor ex-
    ample to be other than appreciative of this assistance. The
    Order, however, does not desire appreciation. It does desire
    that the example set by its officers be continually emulated;
    that its members and all fellow Jews return the kindness of
    the Order by doing their bit towards their fellow men.
    We would be amiss in our duty if we of this area did not
    on such an occasion as is thus afforded us not show ourselves
    as at least cognizant of our duty. Those who do not belong
    to the Order shou'd send their applications at once. Those
    Berkowitz, Sammy Badanes, Cal
    Pont, Bernie Serkin, Roy Mechlo-
    witz, Al Pickard, Boh Lyman, Earl
    Rubenstein, and Irving Biegel.
    Rabbi -Max Shapiro was guest of
    honor at the junior division meet-
    ing Monday when he addressed a
    large assemblage on the need for
    NAZIS AND ANTI'S
    The National Federation of
    Temple Sisterhoods and the Na-
    tional Council of Jewish Women
    may be interested to know that the
    National Conference on the Cause
    and Cure of War, of which they are
    members, has invited a Nazi to
    address its Chicago meeting this
    month The speaker in ques-
    tion, a certain Mrs. Bodcnschatz,
    makes frequent visits to Germany
    for inspiration Rabbi Maurice
    Eisendrath of Toronto is the center
    of a heap big protest because he
    was quoted as saying Jews ought
    to accept Jesus The rabbi denies
    the remark, but boycotters might
    like to know that Max Schmeling
    will begin an exhibition tour in
    Philadlephia the first week in
    March He's due to appear in
    16 cities Wonder what Harry
    Sehaffer, commander-in-chief of
    the Jewish War Veterans, talked
    about in the White House, where
    he had a date with the President
    . Don't be surprised if one of
    the speakers at the Jan. 30 meet-
    ing of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi
    League to denounce Hitler on the
    occasion of the fourth anniversary
    Of the Nazi regime is B former
    Chancellor of Germany, who is now
    living incognito in the United
    States We are told that last
    summer he had agreed to make a
    radio talk for the league but that
    none of the major networks would
    schedule it The excuse was
    that they were filled up with po-
    litical stuff ... Oh, yeah .
    YOU SHOULD KNOW
    You can expect a definite agree-
    ment soon between the U. P. A. and
    the J. I). C. to establish quotas in
    Jewish welfare fund drives
    throughout the country ... A cer-
    tain national Jewish magazine is
    having financial troubles It's
    checks are bouncing Max Band,
    the eminent artist, has been com-
    missioned to do a portray of Ix>uis
    Lipsky, which will be hung in the
    Tel Aviv Art Museum The
    Pulaski Society, comprising Christ,
    ian Poles in the United States, is
    backing Sam Lamport's plan for
    a commercial tie-up between Poland
    and this country as a means of
    aiding Polish Jewry The so-
    ciety is publicizing Lamport's plan
    (Continued on Page 6)
    , ia Community Center. A social fol-
    w ho have not yet made their reservations for the gala banquet,. ,
    should arrange to sacrifice other engagements and attend.
    Kashrus
    The V. W. II. A. will hold their
    initial late Friday evening service
    Jin JBemorian,
    gregation tonight with Rabbi Kell-
    ner officiating. You are cordially |
    invited to attend and make this a
    Successful inception. Services be-
    gin at 8:15 p. m.
    Perhaps some of our readers are a hit tired of this word :,t th(' M iami ,<',wisho".t;<".l?x 5.'!!"
    ... or perhaps they are expecting sensational news which will
    pep their jaded appetites a bit and satisfy their craving for
    action.
    Questionnaires have been sent out to the hotels and
    restaurants of this area seeking certain information which
    wou'd enable the Jewish Floridian to ascertain whether or not
    those who have heen advertising as "Kosher." "dietary laws l,u w'""""s division requests the
    observed here" and similar advertising, are in fact kosher. !"'*"'< "' >""' company on the
    At this time it mav not be amiss to advise these hotels and m~ht "f ,a" 1T- at tanl 'a,tv'
    restaurants that both Miami and .Miami Beach have laws '" '"' hId :" the '">" clubrooms,
    governing the sale of non-kosher foods to the public as kosher; 'cated :" '"" s w "h sl '"
    and that there are certain penalties provided for the violation "; ".' "''"-'>.,,! and re-
    of these ordinances
    We sincerely hope that all hotels and restaurants will co-
    operate with us by returning these questionnaires fully an-
    swered, immediately. There are no obligations of any kind
    assumed in conection with the replying and answering. No
    one is seeking to make any profits ... it is a simple matter
    of decency and honesty.
    Th- Jewish Floridian desires to be in a position to advise
    inquirers as to the kashrus or non-kashrus of hotels and res-
    taurants this area not that we propose to guarantee
    Ihe truih of statements made to us. We ask your co-opera-
    linn.
    National Palestine Conference Post* originally scheduled, it was an-
    poiud to February fith
    freshments are Mrs. Weiner, chair-
    man; Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Apte, Mrs.
    Dubler, Mrs. Roberts and Mrs.
    Lubel. Admission is a paltry 25c.
    Last Wednesday at an open meet-
    ing of the Y. M. H. A.. Judge Louis
    Goldstein of New York, and presi-
    addressed a packed house at the
    "V." Entertainment was provided
    by Little Jackie Merkle and excel-
    lent voice culture was exhibited by
    Mr, Joe Ronnin and Louis Michel-
    son, accompanied at the piano by
    Miss Clara Ronnin.
    n mnced here by Dr. Stephen S.
    Wise, national chairman of the
    United Palestine Appeal, which is
    sponsoring the assembly in associa-
    tion with other Jewish organiza-
    arrive in time from Palestine, the tioIW- I)r- ^'eizmann's departure Beach Golf and Country Club." A
    third annual National Conference from Jerusalem nas been delayed percentage of the receipts will be
    on Palestine will be held in Wash- by his appearance on a number of turned over to the "Y" building
    ington, D. C, on February 6th and occasions before the royal commis- fund. Admission is 50 cents per
    7th instead of on January 24th, as sion. person. Tell your friends.
    New York (WNS)Because Dr.
    Chaim Weizmann, the guest of
    honor and chief speaker, cannot
    Sheldon Dubler, president of the
    Miami Beach Jewish Social set,
    announces that the organization is
    | sponsoring dances each and every
    I Thursday at the beautiful Miami
    Fold his hands upon his
    breast,
    Let no wail disturb his
    rest
    Where he, sleeping, lies.
    lie has drunk life's honey-
    eup,
    He has drained the
    gall
    You may pile Life's bau-
    bles up,
    He is through with all.
    He is through with laugh-
    ter gay,
    He is through with
    tears;
    All his nights have flown
    away,
    All his dragging years.
    Sing him songs of qu< t
    cheer.
    Sound no dolesome
    knell;
    I know he says, could we
    but hear,
    "My children, all is
    well."
    ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET
    DIED BTH OF SHVAT, 5689 (JANUARY 17, 1929)
    In Loving Remembrance------His Children


    Page Four
    THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
    Tampa Notes
    Mr. and Mrs. I-ouis Bettigale
    announced the engagement and ap-
    proaching: marriage of their daugh-
    ter, Shirley, to Nathan L. Silber-
    benr, of Buffalo, N. Y., son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Charles Silberberg. The
    wedding will take place on January
    13th at Sarasota.
    The Ladies- Auxiliary of Temple
    Rodoph Sholem made plans for a
    I'urim dance to be held on Feb. 28.
    Mrs. A. M. Wolfson and Mrs. I.
    I.iebman will be in charge of ar-
    rangements.
    Friday, January 15, 1937
    Mr. and Mrs. I. K. I.ubetzky are
    on a trip to New Orleans, Texas
    and Georgia.
    Alton Road Hospita., Recently Opened at Alton Road and Seventh Street. Miami
    bi Irael I. Kaplan. His subject
    will be "Jewish Contributions to
    Miss Gertrude Michael returned
    to Tampa, after having spent sev-
    eral weeks at her home in South
    I'ittsburg, Tenn.
    Society
    "Dodaworth," which thrilled mil-
    lions as a stage play, comes to the
    screen of the Tivoli Theater start-
    ing a five-day engagement, with
    Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton,
    Paul Lukas, Mary Astor and David
    Niven in the leading roles.
    Huston plays the title role of
    I Sam Dodsworth, the easy-going
    j American husband, who retires to
    '! travel and find himself but, instead
    finds out his friv6lous, selfish and
    Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro will extravagant wife.
    leave Sunday morning by train for
    New York city where Rabbi Sha-j Sam Dodsworth retires, after
    - piro will officiate at the wedding years of hard driving work, build-
    Contemporary Work of a Historical _
    an.l Biographical Nature." All are Fnstoin of New of his sister, Helen, to Mr. Herman ing up his motor car business and
    invited to attend. MrB" h'<1wal .:___._____u..t I i~i..l~h.. h whim* of his nrettv
    Mr Kdward F.pstein of .New oi nn im, ....... --- -
    York wa the gues speaker at the Isaac.on. a prominent merchant of indulging the wh.ms of his pretty
    ioik, t-u i o_j, i 04 Thev nrffa Kmn who vearns for one last
    Y. M. H. A.
    On Monday, Jan. 11, the annual
    meeting and election of officers
    was held.
    Following are the new officers:
    President, Dr. J. Leon Schwartz;
    Tice president, A. M. Wolfson; sec-
    retary, A. B. Weil, jr., and treas-
    urer, B. J. Finman. Chairman of
    the Board of Directors is Krnest
    Maas. The board members are:
    Sol Haliczer, M. G. Rosenberg.
    David Stein, Major M. J. Mackler.
    Leon Haber, Manuel Aronovitz,
    Nathan I.utz, Dr. N. I.. Marcus, Dr.
    Daniel Rachelson, Morrice (Jinan,
    M. D. Weieman, Sidney Linker,
    Irvin Salsburg, Julius Silverman
    and Leule Schronbrun.
    All the Jewish organizationi in
    the city will participate in "Stunt"
    night, to be given at the "Y" on
    Sunday evening, Jan. IT. The pub-
    lic is welcome to attend.
    ---------- York, was the guest speaker at the saac on. ^_-~~ who ^ ^
    The first meeting of INI of the meeting of the Miami chapter 0 At* ^r to th c .v on Wenes- | f,ig before sett.ing down to mid-
    Ladies Pushaloter Society was held Senior Hadassah las. Monday at wHl tu, n t. j g ^
    ,n the home of Mrs. H. S.ott, in the Kaplan Hall and M an^.n- da>. Jan. 27. ^ ^ ^ ^ JJ.^ ^ ^ ^ ^
    form of a social, recently. STJj! Lfcabbot awnwred bv Not only will greyhound fans get vorces Dodsworth, who is left to
    Bridge and other games were en- ^ 0^ tJj^WJJ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^ ,n ^rfd. at wander miserably through Europe
    mZd' .v. v Mrs Saturday afternoon. Jan. 16, begin- the Biscayne Kennel Club, but for alone, where he falls in love with
    Wmnersofh.ghpn,, e, M, MM t P^ ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^ will be another woman. The c.imax of the
    H. Heym.n Mr.. M. R Mr.. J. J Rwreation '., I512 Penn. ablt. to listen to the music of "The picture proves to be an mteresting
    CiZZtm^ita tt-org.ni.--aylv.ni. avenue. Miami Beach King of Waitz," Wayne King and surprise.
    r Si rl^r*: & jaK-r *horte- ftMu __ of r
    Mrs. J. Soat on Silvei sti..t. ... north sjde oval, is bringing the
    first Tuesday in February.
    Two of the ace leading men of
    north side oval, is nnnging uh- "
    , aB the screen support Jean Harlow in
    Tickets may now be obtained for nationally known music.an he., as Franchot Tone
    "_______ Tickets may now be obtained for nationally known music.an ne,. Th ^ Franchot Tone
    Mr. and Mrs. O. Magezis an- the dinner dance being sponsored a special treat or MiMni.^ and Grant ^
    nounce the engagement of their by Senior Hadassah at the Town the orchestra, with Kin Owthiff, w husband .
    laughter. Roslvn Evelyn, to Philip Csino on Jan. 27. Reservations will play the music which made it ^ b rf ^
    j. Breman of Coral Gable., son of may be obtained from Mr.. Stanley f.mou., between race. the ^^ ^
    Mr and Mrs K. J. Breman of C. Myers or Mrs. Morris Plant. Racmg Secreta.j Bill Fin.u.an
    Mr. MMI Mr.. A meet,ng flf Beth I)avi() SisU,r. is planning to provide even finer
    'The date Of the wedding will be hood wi be ho-.i-xtWednes.lay ^J^^^.^Z
    announced later.
    Jacksonville News
    The January meeting of the
    Hadassah Chapter was held Wed-
    nesday) afternoon in the Jewish
    Center.
    Reports of various committees
    were heard and plans for future BC-
    tivties discussed.
    The program included a talk en
    "Contributions of the Jew to
    Science." by Dr. I. J. Strumpf, and
    musical selections by John Lidell,
    young boy baritone.
    During the social hour which fol-
    lowed the program and business
    meeting, Mrs. Ike Witten and Mrs.
    Louis Witten, hostesses for the
    aftei noon, served.
    The World's
    Window
    (Continued from Page 1)
    as he is fond of saying, a man of
    the "middle." averse from all ex-
    tremes, embracing that "golden
    mean" which is at the center of
    man's classical wisdom.
    Such il the man. Now let us
    regard the writer. Nothing of what
    the Nazis call Kulturbolahevi.mus,
    ultra-modern disorganization of
    style or substance has ever 80 much
    as touched him. His Btyle is u
    great and grave and shapely style.
    [| i> not an ornate style. It i
    rich by virtue of the spiritual splen-
    afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Beth King is here. He has all the .logs
    David Talmud Torah Hall when in tip-top shape now, and is going
    matters of importance will be acted I to present at least two feature
    on. All members are urged to at- races every night.
    tend. This meeting will be pre- Finneran has more dogs for his
    ceded by a board meeting in the "hot box" than any other racing
    form of a luncheon at noon at David secretary in the Suth. and there'll
    Talmud Torah. never be an idle moment at the
    < Biscayne Kennel Club during the
    The Henrietta Szold Young next few week-. The girl. Suzy. unwittingly be-
    Judea Of Miami Beach, will hold its COme" **led w,th W rt*Tlt*"
    . ui _,. k'..lln<..- ,.f Paauir and stumbles upon the evidence
    next meeting on Monday evening, Miss lima Kellnei ot lassau, >
    Jan. 18. at 7:80, at the home of N. J., is visiting her brother and *" > l" execution of a
    Marcia Kohl. 846 Lenox avenue. sister-in-law, Rabbi an.l Mrs. Abra- women counter-spy and the sha,-
    tering of her romance with a young
    officer.
    the1 most original entertainment.
    Miss Jacob, and Miss Silverman
    also head the committee in charge
    of the Officers' Ball, to bo held in
    The executive board of The
    Daughters of Israel met recently at
    the home of Mr.. Olga Moskowitz
    to discuss and plan coming affairs.
    The big fund-raising cabarel of
    the year was discussed. Mrs. Mor.
    ris Wexlcr with Miss Ethel Joel,
    and as chairmen, were named for
    the cabaret, and Mrs. Harry Finkel-
    stein accepted the entertainment
    leadership. Mrs. Sue Schneider ac-
    cepted her former chairmanship of
    tables for that evening, which will
    be Jan. 27,
    The January meeting of the
    Temple Sisterhood was held Tues-
    day afternoon in the Temple Home
    with the president, Mr.. L. P. Lipp.
    man. presiding.
    Mrs. L. P. Lippman, president,
    was elected as delegate to attend
    the Tri-State Federation of Temple
    Sisterhoods convention in Birming-
    ham, Ala., next month. Others
    chosen to attend were: Mrs. Ben
    David. Miss Kay Halle, Mrs. M. J.
    Greer.blatt, and the alternates were
    Mrs. E. M. Morganstern, Mrs. I..
    M. Lippman. Mrs. Joe Jacobson and
    Mrs. M. H. Witten.
    Miss Beatrice Reiser, chairman of
    the literature department, an-
    nounced a literature meeting to be
    held at 3 o'clock on Jan. 23, the
    speaker for this occasion to be Rab-
    Those appearing on the program ham A. Kellner, of this city
    will be a talk by Mrs. Murry Gross-
    man, president of Junior Hadas- The dinner meeting of Junii
    ash; Ruth CoUrtman Will answer Hada88ash last Monday evening
    questions on Palestine; Theresa was attended by a large number of
    Berlin will give a pi.no solo and visitor..
    Aline Lee a tap dance. Miss Anita Silverman and Miss
    ' ...... This will be the third meeting Vivienne Jacobs, membership chair- February. This dance is an an-
    rich by virtue of the spiritual spurn- ander the n(W spomora| j|jM Adlet man, announced the Spinster Tea. nual event at which all paid up
    d0, ... its texture. Mann I-. more- ^ M| ^ Rogenmann tne seCond in a series of member- members and their escorts are
    ver' ""' ."' ''"' """' learned '.' ... ship parti.s, to be given Monday guests of the administration of the
    novelists in the precise sen-,- p]^ ^ ^ announced in our vening, Jan. 25, at M!.S Doris Miami unit of Junior Hadassah at
    which Milton is one ( the m^ ^^ .^^ (.p| ^ torma] reception Rubin's home, 935 Meridan .venue, a cocktail party and ball.
    learned ol poe >. fin(j we]come Dy the Miami Jewish Miami Beach. The affair is open Mrs. Murray Grossman, presi-
    Cine and now n es y Orthodox Congregation and the to paid up members. Guests may dent, announced a musical.' and
    ''"'' ;\ '' ,. v Ladies Auxiliary to Rabbi and Mrs. come in spinster costume, and plav, to be presented on Sunday
    been the subject of his studies. And Abraham _.v K(,Hm,|. u, hM priz,.s will l.

    evening to the girl wh.
    spinster
    ( awarded during the evening, Feb. 28, with Miss Doris
    presents Cromer arranging the musical
    numbers.
    they have spilt the blood of notice now of their resignation Miss Audrey Cutler is chairman
    has produ"ed*abody of work (from thousands of innocent and righteous ''""' the ranks of civilized man- of thc annual Donor's dinner in
    Which jut out in grandeur the three ni(,M ,,,.ws .,,,,. (;t.lmans, that will kin great narratives: "Buddenbroks." n, m vain ,, -nm lished the jungle. When hereafter After dinner Mrs. Grossman In-
    The Magis M..untain." "Jowph Th(.y have lnvented m.w ingenul. P-udo->phi.ticated fools after n troduce.l Miss Ida Rngler, chair-
    he has made himself a master of
    them. With this equipment of art
    and culture, assuming of course
    the original genius of the man. he this;
    . nave invented new ingenui- '--------- i-.--...-.. luoii auer n T ". .
    and His Brethern") that is. speak- tie. of moral and economic tortures. ">ree weeks'conducted trip through n,an fr*he <-ven,ng Miss F.ngle.
    ing very strictly, unique in this Germany come back
    regretting
    Germany come back and tell you, Presented Mrs. Victor Mell. who re-
    age by all the qualities that make All their acts have been war and formally regretting a little the vil'we(l Margaret Mitchell's "Gone
    As all their sentiments of the jungle, -'verity toward the Jews, what fine ^'ln tn(' Wind," and conducted a
    the
    Congrega-
    meet-
    19,
    plans
    -..........' .11... .,iiw -----. ^
    united Germany to mankind; he has 'or ,'1t' <'Tiing annual Purim Ball
    Well, if the Nazis repudiate this Milton, Montaigne and Racine, done what no previous tyrant in wi" '"' discussed. Following the
    great gentleman and great genius, Leasing and Goethe. With him history was besotted enough to do. I,usint's;1 meeting a social hour and
    what does their repudiation of any- and behind him stand all the high- The foolish and corrupt govern- P'"P>'nni will be given. The Misses
    left est spiritual triumphs of mankind, ment even of Charles II amnestied Phyllis and Madeline Shulman will
    one mean? Even the Czar
    Tolstoi to his own device.. Even .11 the most precious goods of the
    those procurators of the holy synod human spirit. No wonder they re- exec
    -------............... ,, .irrinrM (M ...............*
    Milton, though he had defended the '"' Presented in a program of songs
    ution of the King's father and novelties will be included,
    of the Russian church seemed to pudiated Einstein and with him served
    the Cromwell Common-
    have some dim sense of the ex- Aristotle and Copernicus and New- wealth. It remained for Adolph
    istence of European standards and ton! No wonder they repudiate Hitler in 1986 to go out of his way
    world opinion. The Nazis have done both Moses and Jesus. It is all of to repudiate the greatest of his
    things infinitely more cruel than a piece. They have given official living country
    London (WNS)Deportation of
    .11 anti-Semites in England was
    proposed by the Bishop of London
    in an address at Bournemouth.


    >
    Friday, January 15, 1937
    THE JEWISH I I.ORIDIAN
    Pa?:* Five
    Large Class
    To Be Initiated
    , Charles Rosengart*n, Harry Rubin, is being tendered to the national daughters, Natalie and Muriel. The
    | Abe J. Rubin, Morris Rubin, Martin officers and executive board of ; home was beautifully decorated for
    Raff, Jerome E. Samet, Albert B'nai B'rith. Mr. Benjamin U the event and following the pro-
    t j IJ'noi R'fifY% eUel' Geo,'Ke Schwartz, Isadore Vine is chairman of the committee, gram a delicious buffet luncheon
    InlO D nai 13 riin Schlesinger, Abraham Selevan, Reservations will close at this was served. A number of beautiful
    --------- Frederick K. Shochet, Alfred Silver. meeting. gifts were received including a
    A partial list of the Alfred M. man- Sam Silverman, Sam Simon- silver percolator set from fellow
    Cohen class of members to be ini- noff' Pnil'P Somberg, Sam Stein- Mi. K. Albert Pallot, chairman officers and members of the I-adies
    tiated next Wednesday night fol- bo,'K; 's'dor Swartz, Hyman Sootin, of the B'nai B'rith membership j Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
    lowai i "' St-'hoenlrerg, Samuel Seitlin, campaign, urges all members who Orthodox Congregation, of which
    Jack Schwartz, H. Seitlin, Harry have applicants foi -membership in Mrs. Pallot is treasurer. Rabbi
    Jack Abbott, Joseph Albert, Max Shear,, Joseph Siegel, Dr. Harry the local lodge, to bring the ap- Abraham A. Kellner of the syna-
    Aronovlta, I Aronovitz, Lazarus Z. Silverman, S. J. Silverton, plications and dues to the meeting gogue, extended congratulations on
    Abrams. Morns Alpert, Morris Harry Sirkin, William Spector, of the membership committee, behalf of the congregation *ri
    Aronov.tz, Raymond Bain, M. S. George Stone, Max Swartz. Nathan whichh will be held Sunday morn- auxiliary.
    Bandler, J. J. Barco, Dr. Samuel Samet, William Taradash, Abraham ing, Jan. 17, beginning at 10:30 *
    Beckman, Sam Blanch, Samuel j. Tobin, Max L. Thomson, William o'clock. Final arrangements for I Rauui David Miller of Oakland
    lilumenfield, David Brown, Isidor Uhlfelder, Charles Walder, Wil- the class initiation, to be held j Cni is spending some time here.
    Brown, Loue Bandel, Samuel Bear- ijam E. Warshaw, M. Weiner, Syd- Wednesday, Jan. 20, ut Temple > Rabui Miller is a successful busi-
    man, .David JJass, Philip Hcrko- ney L. Weintraub, Joseph William-! Israel, will be made at this meet- ness man of his city and the author
    of several books on religious sub-
    jects.
    witz, Louis Block, David Brand- son, Simon Wolff, Herman Wall, ing.
    fon, Benjamin Bronston, George Sidney A. Wien, Charles Weinstein, j ...
    Bloomberg, George Chertkof, David Henry D. Williams, Henry E. I
    M. Chaikin, Albert M. Chisling, Wolff, Dr. Harry H. Young, Louis A large number of friends at-
    Harry A. Cohen, David P. Cats- Zeientz, Joe Zalis, Dr. Maurice tended the twenty-fifth wedding
    man, Leo A. Chaiken, A. B. Clein, Zimmerman.
    Joseph H. Cohen, Mendel Cromer,______________
    Harry Dacks, Jacob Davis, Gordon ,____________________
    Davis, Barney Drevieh, Leo Eiaen-j =^^==
    stein, Leonard Epstein, Dave Em- oOCietV
    mer, Louis Einsar, Larry Fay, Ru-' _^^^^
    bin Feinberg, Gus Feuer, M. B.
    Frank, Samuel Frankel, M. G. Fur- Thl' Spinoza Group will meet on
    man, Hyman Farber, Max Feit, Dr. | the 'wn of 1059 Collins avenue
    Leonard Finn, Isidore Frankel, tomorrow at 2 o'clock, when it will
    Arthur S. Friedman, Dr. Max ""ten to the broadcast of the opera
    Ghertler, Abe Ginsberg, Edward A. "Die Valkeure." Dr. Wolf son will
    Golden, Abraham Goodman, Harry follow with an address on Pales-
    Gordon, Theodore Gulkis, Joseph The public is invited to at-
    Greenwald, Ben Giller, Henry W. tend.
    Gobbe, Sol S. Goldstrom, Hyman '
    anniversary reception of Mr. and
    Mrs. Moses Pallot at their home
    last Sunday night. A musical pro-
    gram was presented during the
    The third week of the meeting
    at the West Flagler Kennel Club
    was featured by a huge daily-
    double, when Cardova won the first
    half and Red Deour took the sec-
    evening. Assisting the host andlond. The refund was $54G.80 cents,
    hostess in receiving were their j Cardova, owned by Lyle Beatty.
    romped home in the first and paid
    $32 to win and $27.20 to place. The
    quiniela in the first consisting of
    Cardova and Midnight Judy paid
    $124.80. Red Detour in the third
    race paid $20.20 to win.
    Two tickets were held on the
    winning double combination.
    One lucky holder refused to
    divulge his name. The other, Ivan
    Y. Young, of 987 S. W. Fourth
    street, Miami, extremely jubilant,
    proudly displayed the lucky paste-
    board.
    Long prices prevailled through-
    out the week with box car quinielas
    being paid especially in the hurdle
    race, which is the eleventh race
    on the program each night. One
    hurdle quiniela paid better than
    $300.
    The week was also featured by
    two sprint races over the 3-10 of
    a mile route and also a long dis-
    tance race over the % of a mile
    oval.
    Jack Lucas took the lead as the
    top money owner, closly pursued
    by Frank Jones, F. W. Whitehead
    and several others.
    Gottesman, H. L. Green, David
    Gottfried, Samuel Greiff, Barney
    Han: an. Samuel Haas, S. J.
    A meeting of the banquet com-
    mittee in charge of arrangements
    for the B'nai B'rith dinner dance
    Heiman, Henry Hohouser, Nathan a( thp F|01.i(iian Hotel Thursday
    Horn, Jacob Halpern, Edward W. eveninK Jan 2i wi be held at the
    Hillelson, Max Jacobskind, Albeitj dub rooms of ^ y M H A g
    L. Kahn, Jack Kalish, Morris E.. w .(th avenue at 5thi Sunday
    Kantor, Abe Katz. Samuel Kirstein, mornteg| Jan. ,7, at 10:3o o'clock,
    Herbert Kleinman, Charles Kraft,! wh(.n fjna, p,ans wjl, bc compiete(i.
    Samuel Kraemer, Alfred Kahn, | A|, those not yet having made their
    Harry Kanter, David M. Kaplan, ,x,sel.vations are asked to attend
    Rabbi A. Kellner, Milton Kleinman, th(, mwstmg to obtain reservations.
    Morris Kohn, Abe Kurman. Donald Th(. (.()S( w, be $3 per plate an(i
    S. Lavigne, Abe T.elfeT, Harry W. < S4,atintf wi be limite(] to not morc
    Lehman, Jack Levine, Charley than 600 KUests The committee is
    Levy, Louis Loeb, Eli Lear, Frank ,|esi|.ous ()f having every B'nai
    Laxer, Herman Lefkowitz. George g,^,, nQW (hl, (;rcatel. Miami
    Levinson, Joe Lettick, A. E. Licht- a|(,a preaent at this banquet, which
    enatein, Benjamin H. London, Cole-
    man Magrill. Sam Malts, Ben Mark-
    owitz, A. Louia Mechlowita, Samuel
    Michaels, Herman Mintzer, Edward
    A. Moss, L. Marcus, Abe Marko-
    Wit8, Paul II. .Marks, Victor Mell,
    Alex Miller, Norman Miraky, Irving
    Nathanson, Hairy Novask, Ralph
    Neufeld, Max OrovitZ, Morris
    Orlin, Sid II. Palmer, Louis Pok-
    rcss. Dr. Benjamin Pollock, Maurice
    I.. Pastroff, Samuel Prusoff, Leon
    Pollack, Morris Raubfogel, Albeit
    Fauzin. Leo Robinson, Abis Rosen,
    Alex 11. Rosenfeld, Dr. Edward
    Roth. Herman Rubin, Edward S.
    Roth, Morris Rubin. Howard Rosen,
    dorf, Aaron Rauzin, A. M. Reder,
    I. M. Rose, E. G. Rosenbaum,
    re
    N
    ton A Friedman, secretary. Bottom rowR. R. Adler. Dr. Frank I oret, Samuel N. Halpert. George reuer, members of the banquet commi
    officers of the lodge, and E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the membership committee.



    THE JEWISH FLORIDI \N
    Friday. January 16, 1937
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    CONGREGATIONAL
    Thia Fridaj evening, Jan. 15,
    11*37, al 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Zwit-
    . induct the sen ices, and
    speak on the subject "History's o
    Greatest Hero." A social hour and
    iponsored by the Sister-
    Daytona Beach
    Notes
    ] i,. Ii ving Levey and 1 Ir. W il-
    liani Levey this week announced
    the opening of their associate
    a 112 North I! ach
    ona Beach, for prac-
    tice ,,!' : ii f?i a and otho-
    pedi i hi opo ly.
    Dr. Irving Levey, well known In
    Dayl ii.i Beach, has practiced chir-
    op idy here for several years and
    i ., in,ml., i ni' the local orders of
    Eiks, Masons and B'nai B'rith.
    Dr. William Levey, graduated
    last year from Illinois College of
    Chiropody and Foot Surgery, Chi-
    cago, i- now associated with Dr.
    assembly which begins at 11:30 Irving Levey. !! is a member
    ., m, of Beta 'I'au Alpha, national chir-1
    opodial fraternity. Drs. William
    LIBRARY
    I COLMAN A. 4WITMAN
    530 N. K. 31st St.
    2-9548
    be at the Temple every morn-
    o musical service, and parents and
    1 friends are invited to attend the
    and Irving Levey are active mem-
    o her- -of Florida Podiatry As
    .... ,. .. i .,, ,,, tion and (if the National Associa-
    llic following message about Hie
    Nick Kenny, world famous radio editor and columnist, and Dons
    Sch'achman, executive director of the Greater Miami Young Men s
    Hebrew Association, who are directing the Midnite of Stars at the
    Olymnia Theatre Sunday evening, January 21th, for the benefit ill
    the "Y" building fund.
    toi an i guests are invite !.
    Dr. and Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan
    'i -. Henry D. W lliams are at-
    progresf of our library comes to us
    from our librarian, Mrs. Alfred
    (,. \.<-\ n:
    tion of Chiropodists.
    The largest and most slice,-
    ful curd party eve. held at Temple
    l.a-i year when we wrote aboul Israel was Sunday night when Mrs.
    tending the convention of the Un- our library we were sorl of brag- Louis K. Goldman and Mrs. Joseph
    f American Hebrew Congrega- ging about a baby that really was Ginsberg were hostesses. More
    ai \Vu Orleans, which is too young to perform properly. Bui than lu tables were in play. Spc
    inS ,i .,,, the week of-Ian. 11 this year we do not have to brag, cial.j h ir.e-madc |.astries, the art
    i0 ].,,, i] Our baby is growing and it car, ,, Mrs. Pearl Lee, drew favorable
    speak for itself. We are very mention. Prizes in bridge and other
    DIVVKII I) t\TF proud of it. So proud that we feel games went to Mrs. George Lieb-
    0 '________o confidenl enough to invite inspec- man, Mrs. Hiram AUler, Mrs. Al
    this
    In an atmosphere of swaying
    I alms, starlit skies, rustling sliks
    ami general good fellowship,Temple
    Israel inaugurated its firsl social NV babes gel presents, you
    j ffair urrenl season. More know, but few gel such a grand
    lhan I1"' members, guests and one bs oUys received last week! A
    .........*-...........* ....,..- ,ii......... ......... -.
    Unlike haloes who refuse to Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Pep-
    1 ii.
    show off when guests arrive.
    ore is at its best for visitors.
    per, Jacob Ginsberg, M ss Sadie
    Katz. Mrs. Ceciie Shemer, Mrs.
    Sol Trager, Mrs. Max .!. Budethal,
    Mrs. Na.hai. Agress, Mrs. A. Roth
    ol New York. Mr-. Sylvia \Va.--cr-
    Bfca .,ti>. one ,1* UU|M ll,,l,,',| I,IS, ,\eei\. .
    present on the oc- complete Jewish encyclopedia and
    in. During the dinner several ;, book ca :;i which to keep it.
    by M r. and M i i.
    I'll s.
    acts from Dempsey's the Frolics were donate,
    ui.l other Miami clubs were pri's- Samuel Gurss.
    ented, and during the dance pro-
    gram the Bill Peck Studio of Dane bver week new l.....ks are ar-
    hed another excellent pro. rfwn* _W try to obtain all th,
    of entertainment Dance
    Miss Helen Wasserman, daugh-
    ter of Mrs. Sylvia Wasserman, 530
    Live (lak avenue, celebrated her
    liilh birthday Sunday aflern ion
    Strictly
    Confidential
    (Continued from Page 8)
    iii all Polish and Polish-language
    papers We just heard a swell
    story about the late Maurice Frei-
    berg, Cincinnati philanthropist and
    religious leader Freiberg al-
    ways blew a Shofar on Rush Hash-
    anah in the Rockdale Avenue
    Temple. Cincinnati, because his
    grandfather had left him an an-
    cient Shofar that had been in the
    family for generations One
    year Freiberg was in Europe dur-
    ing Kosh llashanah, SO no Shofar
    was blown in the temple that year.
    V ANNOUNCES EVENINGS
    "Y" Monday with the junior di-
    vision; Tuesday, Y. \V. H. A., and
    Wednesday. Y. M. H. A. night.
    Thursday is Hoy Scout meeting and
    Saturday and Sunday open house.
    KODBINS HOOKING & SHEET
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    Inspection and Ksiimaies Free
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    music was supplied by Chet Brown.
    and his orchestra. Thank- for
    - ii ess of this affair are ex-
    tended by the rabbis of Temph
    ie iiik. c ,|\ in "kl.iiii .in in, f
    , ... i with a party, Guests included Cor.
    best recent books written by and _, ,
    , i.ne 0>sinsky, shinev Agress,
    ahoul Jews, It is always a plea- '.,,,,-
    , o Shirley Ha pi m. Mvrt e Lcc Kan.
    ure to have the parents of our Sun- ""'1 i
    ,!a., school children come in to see Stanley Nass, Bobby Gunther, Os-
    . the librarj and see what their chil- Dobrcw- Francea .,ttiner- U"\"
    tended by the rabbis ol rempie r Marsha Goldman, Ruby
    , ., i ,u r ...,; r..i dri n can get there, and otter help- i i
    SLa"of A* lil^t! Url M .....- aLo grati- \~ GM D'd ^ "t*
    Plant. Mr. Adolph Wei- f>nm when the parents find books
    ... \i i ,,; /, ;t, Mr that the) would want to read.
    r, Mr. Louis lelentz, M'.
    Ann,nu our recent arrivals are
    the following new book-:
    "Noah I'andre." by
    Schneour (this is the
    Schneour's works to appear in an
    nd Epstein, Mrs. Tobias
    . m i. Mrs. Sydney Weintrauli,
    i! r. Feibelman, Miss Alice
    \ ,1 Mrs. Jul Pearlman and
    Tl Slowing were the winners English ^translation)
    izes given away at the
    Mr. and Mrs. S men Heed. Abe
    Weinstein. Mitchell Shemer. Lee,
    I an el an I Betsy Schemer. Mrs.
    Wasserman was assisted by Mrs.
    Salmon Cccilc Shemer.
    first of
    Miss Sylvia Solden of Manches-
    ter, Kngland, arrived in New York
    11... i i 11 ii Miiflinvuiii f.
    The .lew, of (lei many." by Mar- "" the Samaria las, week and is
    now in Daytona Beach to stay. She
    is the lest of her br ither-in-law
    and sister, Mr. and Mr-. Jo I ph
    All "Y" activity is at its highest
    peak now and if you are looking
    for a pleasant evening visit the
    "Is Zionism a Political Move
    m< nt'.'" is the topic serin in of Rabbi
    A. S. Kleinfeld for this Friday
    night at Temple Israel.
    Each Saturday morning at '.'
    o'clock services are conducted ill
    the Auditorium, Auditorium blvd.,
    on the peninsula, for the special
    benefit of visitors. This week the
    rabbi will speak on "Weekly Por-
    tion of the Law." The auditorium
    will accommodate a large audienc
    It has a -eating capacity of 4,000.
    I. L. Mintzer
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    appreciated by me.
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    the
    " by
    Mr. Dave Gerrick won the vln Lowenthal.
    Tr.pto Havana; Mr-. Charles Gold- "The War Goes On." by Sholem
    Service, donated As,'h-
    I hter; Judge Pole, the "We Jews," by George Sokolsk
    nated by Harry "Jew" >', Palestine, by
    ' r,i- Rubin; Mrs. Bloom, the Kevusky.
    . ,,, Peariman; -The Rise and Destiny ol
    , .;, gj{t d0. German Jew. by J. Marcus.
    Bass Jewelry Co.; Mrs. "Mental Healing in Judaism,
    the Shot .donated by M"Uo],n; .. _,
    ,, i- i i. i i ik. ,,.,;,- r Whv I Am a .lew. by hdmoiid
    i: Ed Roskmd, the pan ,,. "
    ,ho b, donated by M. L. Fle*-
    ; Mrs. H. Marcus, the case lr v "f missed such populai
    dby standard Wine books as' Three Cities Salva-
    IM, Com I ovln. "iill. "Mottke, the lillel. by
    : Mrs. Sain I..IMIU ,
    ,, <- |- ,. | u. Shu em Asch, and Road Of Ages,
    by M. Seng and Mr.
    by Robert Nathan or the "< ity
    Without .lews." you van get them
    at our library. There is no rental
    ' charges to members of Temple
    Israel. Most of books are loaned
    for a period of tWO weeks. The
    librarian is always very happy to
    O, CALM THOSE
    NERVES,
    BE SWEET-
    SERENE
    BY USING
    DOCTOR
    MILES'
    RV/NE
    Cial material for reference work,
    and the library is open by app >in'.-
    menl during the week, and on Sun-
    In; from 0:30 until 12:16.
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    RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
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    i ur religiou chool as mbly
    mornii R lard Kob- ,,,.., Biwaya very i
    nducted tl and the ,|(, of any .,,., ,.,,,,,. infinding spe-
    following birthdays were cell -
    Ii
    Beulah Greenberg, Carol
    Bill I ",. a, David
    in Levy
    Ji v e Peal '.can. .lack Mandel
    of | Bel David Reli hool,.
    "Thi y >ung Judea
    \[,;, nent," ii 'oi ming t he children
    of the Hoy-" Division of Young
    Judea, which has n centl been
    formed in our city, and which
    should be supported and en-
    all true Jews.
    On Sunday morning, Jan. IT, the
    newly formed children's choir of
    Temple Irael, under the direction
    of Rabbi Zwitman, will conduct a
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    Friday, January 15, 1937
    THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
    Page Seven
    Society
    [OBO
    Honoring Founder of National Council of Jewish Women !

    Philip Liberman was re-elected
    president and chairman of the
    board of the Mercantile National
    Bank of Miami Beach Tuesday at
    the annual meeting of stockholders
    and directors.
    Arthur S. Lavine, president of
    Dade Pharmacies, was named a
    member of the board by the stock-
    holders as they reappointed four
    others: Meyer Rauzin, president of
    the Standard Drug and Sundry
    Company; Samuel Blank, presi-
    dent of the Florida Sugar Distrib-
    utors, Inc.; G. A. Selige, president
    of the Miami Baking Company,
    mid George Goldberg, president of
    the Florida Wholesale Grocery
    Company.
    Named as officers of the bank
    with Mr. Liberman were Judson I..
    Owen, vice-president; Edward Mer-
    cer, cashier, and Bernard .1. War-
    ner, assistant cashier.
    The Hon. Mrs. Ernest
    Franklin of London,
    who {~\ participate In
    the nation wide cele-
    bration held in honor of
    the Founder of the Na-
    tional Council of Jew-
    ish Women.
    Mrs. Hannah G. Solo-
    mon, founder of the Na-
    tional Council of Jewish
    Women, "'"
    honored in a nation-
    wide celebration by
    Council Sections on
    January 11, 1937.
    Mrs. Israel Zangwill,
    wife of the eminent
    " iflsh novelist jind
    ivright, v ^ *
    from England in
    an International broad-
    cast sponsored by the
    National Council of
    Jewish. Women.
    Miss Winifred Kydd,
    Dean of Women, Kings
    Universiy, Canada, one
    of the speakers from
    Canada in an Interna-
    tional broadcast com-
    memorating the 44th
    Anniversary of the Na-
    tional Council of Jew-
    ish Women.
    The social committee of the La-
    dies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of
    Congregation B'nai Israel had a
    special meeting at the house of
    Mrs. II. Jacobs and arranged for
    a cafeteria supper and card party,
    to be given at the congregation
    January 2-lth, beginning at 5:30.
    The Congregation B*nai Israeli
    I 1039 Arlington ave.Friday night
    ! services at 8 o'clock; the sermon
    by Rabbi Morris Baunu!. Bubject
    i "Pharoism and Israelism." A read-
    ing will be given on Moses Monte-
    fiore by Harold Goldberg of the
    Hebrew school. Saturday morning
    services at 9, sermon, "The Era of
    Freedom."
    Mr. Jacob Adler, whot pen r.ame
    is B. Kovner, gave an even :.tf of
    laughter to an appreciative audi-
    ence last Sunday night at Congre-
    gation B'nai Israel.
    ins said. "It comes to a close and
    brassy proximity, becomes a mon-
    strous and uncontrolled riot, forms
    ranks again and disappears in the
    distance."
    Advance reservations for the
    Chasina concert indicate that one
    of the largest audiences of the sea-
    son will hear him play. Tickets
    are on sale at the university and
    at Philpitt's Music store.
    Mrs. B. Woolfson and daughter,
    Judith Ann, of Fort Myers are the
    guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
    M. Schwartz.
    Mr. Rosen of New York and Mr.
    and Mrs. Agre and son of Burling-
    ton, Vt., are spending the winter
    here.
    RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
    Who will leave for a short trip to
    New York Sunday
    St. Petersburg
    Notes
    Mrs. Molly Rosenberg rctuiwed
    from a trip to Miami, where she
    spent a week with her son and his
    family.
    Mr. M. S. Lew of Central ave.
    left for a business trip to Chicago.

    Mr. and Mrs. Abe Falk and
    daughter, also Miss Sellia Rubin
    returned from a trip to Miami.
    Miss Rita Mardes, who was the
    holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.
    Saltser, returned to her teaching
    job in New York.
    The Judaic Counsel had a regu-
    lar meeting last Monday night and
    plans were completed for the car-
    nival that will take place Sunday
    night, January iTtli. Tourists are
    cordially invited by the Congrega-
    tion B'nai Israel, where it will take
    place.
    Mr. Owen was advanced from
    cashier, a position he has held
    since last July, when he came here
    from New York, where he was con-
    nected with the Irving Trust Com-
    pany, and Mr. Mercer was former-
    ly assistant cashier.
    During 193C the Mercantile Na-
    tional Bank paid 1G per cent in
    dividends to stockholders and in-
    creased its surplus fund from $150,-
    000 to $200,000, Mr. Owen reported.
    Its resources were listed as $'!,-
    249,070.55 on December 31, 193G.
    Its deposits totaled $2,894,472.19
    and its cash on hand and due from
    banks amounted to $1,841,990.22.
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    The university orchestra will
    play Chasin'p "Parade" in the con-
    cert Monday. The composer de-
    scribes it as one of his few pro-
    gram pieces.
    "The composition briefly de-
    scribes the appearance of a mili-
    tary patrol in the distance," Chas-
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    THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
    Friday, January 15, 1937
    RABBI UK. JACOB II. KAPLAN
    who will deliver invocation ai
    B'nai B'rith banquet
    R VBBl ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
    Who iil pronounce the bencdic-
    li'in at B'nai li'rith banquet
    Jewish News
    x\round the
    World
    Chicago Orthodox Seminary to
    Mark l">lh Anniversary
    tii'u proof of the existence of grav-
    itational waves, which lie first dis- |
    covered in 1917, has been published
    by Professor Albert Einstein and
    bis associate at the Institute for,
    Advanced Studies, Dr. N. Rosen.
    The mathematical evidence of these
    waves wa- contained in a paper
    published in the journal of the
    Franklin Institute of Philadelphia.
    shirts, all members of Sir Oswald j
    Mosley's Fascists, left London to i
    join the Fascist rebels in Spain a ;
    few hours before the British gov- ^
    ernment made public a ban on re-1
    crofting for either the rebels or ^
    loyalist armies.
    Meuchel, all of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
    and Mr. Lawrence J. Jacobs of
    Providence, R. I.
    Society
    !
    Mrs. Lillian S. Farmer has as
    hi i guests her Bister, Mrs. Matilda
    K lay. and her lifelong friends,
    .Mrs. rlattie Rapoport, Mrs. Anna
    NOW OPEN!
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    Mrs. Warburg Makes $90,000 (Jilt
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    Chicago (WNS) A drive for
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    the Hebrew Theological College of
    Chicago, the second largest ortho-
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    Friday, January 15, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewislh florid fan I'LORJDA S ONLY .ttWISH WKKKLY PUHI.IRHKD EVKRY FRIDAY • l.y the JEWISH KI.OUIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2'.i73 News Tower BIdg. Miami, Fla. EDiTOIUAI. OFFICES: Ml S W. 15th Avenue WliamL Phone 2-5304 Thon< 2-113 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Cir.u'.iMio „„, CANTOR BORIS SCH1.ACHMAN Field Representative yicizA. Entered na ecun Bruchim Haboim With this age-old traditional greeting it is indeed a pleasure to welcome to Florida in general and to Greater Miami in particular, the Hon. Alfred M. Cohen, head of the Hnai Brith, his fellow officers and members of the Executive Hoard of the Supreme Grand Lodge of the Order. With a resord of more than 9.'$ years of continuous, tireless and devoted work to the cause of Jewry throughout the ery Store, Rosedale Delicatessen, world. Bnai Brith has placed itself in the forefront of Jewish Clinton Hotel, Floridian Hotel and work today by its recent decision to help establish Palestine : Jack Dempsey's Vanderbilt. as the national homeland of the Jewish people. We in Greater! A croup of 15 have entered the Miami are not unmindful of the splendid work of the late Boris i Golden Glove Tournament to repI). Bogen, secretary of Bnai Brith in li)2(>, when he rushed to resent t'.e V. M. H. A. and include B) HARRY SCHWARTZ. Last nite at the Alamac Hotel at -Miami Beach, Nick Kenny, noted radio editor and columnist, was guest of honor at a dinner give n him by the Y. M. H. A. for his work for the annual Midnite of Stars Show, to be held Sunday, Jan. 24, at the Olympia Theater. Among those present were Mayor Snedigar of Miami Beach, Judge Louis Goldstein, president of the Y. M. H. A. of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. B. B., stage shir Jackie Merkle, child mental marvel and his dad. %  I. B. Merkle, Ruth Kane, N. V. radio dramatist, Leo Robinson, George I.ottman and Walter Jacobs. Following the luncheon there was a discussion of the Midnite of Stars Show, at which time Nick Kenny read off telegrams from various stars who promised to attend. Prices of tickets for this gala [ show will range from §1.50 to (10.00, Get your reservations in early for the best seats by phoning the "Y" at 8-4012. Tickets on sale at Alamac Hotel, Barnetts Stationll'nai R'rith'a executive committee member! attending Miami meeting are, left to right, top row: Joaeph W. Salua. Philadelphia. Dial. No. 3; I.ouia Fabricant, New York City, Diat. No. 1; Archibald A. Marx, New Orleana, Diat. No. 7. Lower Left: Henry Monaky, Omaha, Diat. No. 6. Lower right: Sidney ( %  Kuaworm. Dayton, Dintrirt No. 2. Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere this area with $5,000 to alleviate the sufferings of the Jews in this area as a result of the hurricane. We are not unmindMaxie bchemer, Peritz Scheinberg, Marvin Rubin, Charles Adelman, ful of the help and assistance given by the Order when we George Fox, Hal Levenson, Abie in Miami needed it so much, and it would be but a poor example to be other than appreciative of this assistance. The Order, however, does not desire appreciation. It does desire that the example set by its officers be continually emulated; that its members and all fellow Jews return the kindness of the Order by doing their bit towards their fellow men. We would be amiss in our duty if we of this area did not on such an occasion as is thus afforded us not show ourselves as at least cognizant of our duty. Those who do not belong to the Order shou'd send their applications at once. Those Berkowitz, Sammy Badanes, Cal Pont, Bernie Serkin, Roy Mechlowitz, Al Pickard, Boh Lyman, Earl Rubenstein, and Irving Biegel. Rabbi -Max Shapiro was guest of honor at the junior division meeting Monday when he addressed a large assemblage on the need for NAZIS AND ANTI'S The National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and the National Council of Jewish Women may be interested to know that the National Conference on the Cause and Cure of War, of which they are members, has invited a Nazi to address its Chicago meeting this month The speaker in question, a certain Mrs. Bodcnschatz, makes frequent visits to Germany for inspiration Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath of Toronto is the center of a heap big protest because he was quoted as saying Jews ought to accept Jesus The rabbi denies the remark, but boycotters might like to know that Max Schmeling will begin an exhibition tour in Philadlephia the first week in March He's due to appear in 16 cities Wonder what Harry Sehaffer, commander-in-chief of the Jewish War Veterans, talked about in the White House, where he had a date with the President Don't be surprised if one of the speakers at the Jan. 30 meeting of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League to denounce Hitler on the occasion of the fourth anniversary Of the Nazi regime is B former Chancellor of Germany, who is now living incognito in the United States We are told that last summer he had agreed to make a radio talk for the league but that none of the major networks would schedule it The excuse was that they were filled up with political stuff ... Oh, yeah YOU SHOULD KNOW You can expect a definite agreement soon between the U. P. A. and the J. I). C. to establish quotas in Jewish welfare fund drives throughout the country ... A certain national Jewish magazine is having financial troubles It's checks are bouncing Max Band, the eminent artist, has been commissioned to do a portray of Ix>uis Lipsky, which will be hung in the Tel Aviv Art Museum The Pulaski Society, comprising Christ, ian Poles in the United States, is backing Sam Lamport's plan for a commercial tie-up between Poland and this country as a means of aiding Polish Jewry The society is publicizing Lamport's plan (Continued on Page 6) ia Community Center. A social folw ho have not yet made their reservations for the gala banquet,. should arrange to sacrifice other engagements and attend. Kashrus The V. W. II. A. will hold their initial late Friday evening service Jin JBemorian, gregation tonight with Rabbi Kellner officiating. You are cordially | invited to attend and make this a Successful inception. Services begin at 8:15 p. m. Perhaps some of our readers are a hit tired of this word :,t th( M iami • ,< ', wisho ". t ; < ". l ? x 5.'!!" ... or perhaps they are expecting sensational news which will pep their jaded appetites a bit and satisfy their craving for action. Questionnaires have been sent out to the hotels and restaurants of this area seeking certain information which wou'd enable the Jewish Floridian to ascertain whether or not those who have heen advertising as "Kosher." "dietary laws l,u w '"""" s division requests the observed here" and similar advertising, are in fact kosher. !"'*"'< "' >""' company on the At this time it mav not be amiss to advise these hotels and m ~ ht f ,a 1T at %  tanl a ,tv restaurants that both Miami and .Miami Beach have laws '" '"' h Id : the '">" clubrooms, governing the sale of non-kosher foods to the public as kosher; cated : '"" s w h sl '" and that there are certain penalties provided for the violation !" ; ".' •"'•'"-'>.,,„! and reof these ordinances We sincerely hope that all hotels and restaurants will cooperate with us by returning these questionnaires fully answered, immediately. There are no obligations of any kind assumed in conection with the replying and answering. No one is seeking to make any profits ... it is a simple matter of decency and honesty. ThJewish Floridian desires to be in a position to advise inquirers as to the kashrus or non-kashrus of hotels and restaurants %  • %  this area not that we propose to guarantee Ihe truih of statements made to us. We ask your co-operalinn. National Palestine Conference Post* originally scheduled, it was anpoiud to February fith freshments are Mrs. Weiner, chairman; Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Apte, Mrs. Dubler, Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Lubel. Admission is a paltry 25c. Last Wednesday at an open meeting of the Y. M. H. A.. Judge Louis Goldstein of New York, and presiaddressed a packed house at the "V." Entertainment was provided by Little Jackie Merkle and excellent voice culture was exhibited by Mr, Joe Ronnin and Louis Michelson, accompanied at the piano by Miss Clara Ronnin. n mnced here by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, which is sponsoring the assembly in association with other Jewish organizaarrive in time from Palestine, the tioIW I)r ^'eizmann's departure Beach Golf and Country Club." A third annual National Conference from Jerusalem nas been delayed percentage of the receipts will be on Palestine will be held in Washby his appearance on a number of turned over to the "Y" building ington, D. C, on February 6th and occasions before the royal commisfund. Admission is 50 cents per 7th instead of on January 24th, as sion. person. Tell your friends. New York (WNS)—Because Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the guest of honor and chief speaker, cannot Sheldon Dubler, president of the Miami Beach Jewish Social set, announces that the organization is | sponsoring dances each and every I Thursday at the beautiful Miami Fold his hands upon his breast, Let no wail disturb his rest Where he, sleeping, lies. lie has drunk life's honeyeup, He has drained the gall— You may pile Life's baubles up, He is through with all. He is through with laughter gay, He is through with tears; All his nights have flown away, All his dragging years. Sing him songs of qu< t cheer. Sound no dolesome knell; I know he says, could we but hear, "My children, all is well." ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET DIED BTH OF SHVAT, 5689 (JANUARY 17, 1929) In Loving Remembrance H is Children



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    wJewiislh IFIIaridlia m %% Vol. 10—No. 3 CQMBINWG T/he Jewii&lh Vinutty H MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JAM ARY i:>, 1937 Price Five Cents B'NAI B'RITH SUPREME EXECUTIVE BOARD TO MEET NEXT WEEK President Cohen, Representatives District (irand Lodges and 0 Members of Executive Board Will Consider Matters Next Week in Two-Day Session at Floridian Hotel The World's Rabbis and Laymen Window Address Banquet For the first time in its history ihe executive board of the Supreme N'o. 5; Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta, vice president of District No. 5, Y. M. H. A. Will Stage Benefit By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. hold its meeting away from the home office of the order when it will convene in Miami next Wednes(irand Lodge of B'nai B'rith will | and numerous other prominent ofHeaded by Nick Kenny, famous ficials. I ra
  • and Boris Schlachman, exSholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith,' eeutive director of the Y. M. H. A., which includes B'nai B'rith memthe committee in charge of the anbership in the Greater Miami area, nual presentation of the Midnite of and will be taken on sightseeing Stars for the benefit of the Y. M. tours of this area Wednesday after'*• A. building fund, announce that noon. Wednesday night there will Mme f the outstanding reviews, be a gala initiation of a class of nis:nt club shows and stars of radio, more than 300 new members into screen and stage will be at the the "Alfred M. Cohen membership Olympia Theatre the night of Janclass," at Temple Israel. Members uar >' 24tn to entertain the large of the executive board will partici\ audience who have signified their pate in the ceremonies. Judge Hy intention of attending. Roth ami a team of the Orlando Leaders in the Jewish and nonJewish life of this country who are now in Miami have joined the committee and are aiding in its work. Among them are Jack Dempsey, The cerenK^esw,!. be opened w,th i L ouis QoW a prayer by Rabb, Colman Zw.tman Brook of Temple Israel. Following the u __. .. .. formal ceremonies a reception will B'nai B'rith Lodge will confer the degrees on the new members. Addresses will be made by some of the outstanding orators in the country. HON. ALFRED M. COHEN Of Cincinnati, Ohio, president of ( the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith day morning, Jan. 20, at the Florid, ian Hotel, Miami Beach, to consider matters of importance to the order and involving the Jewry of the entire world. Methods of combatting anti-Semitism, the establishment of further Hillel Foundations in American universities, development of the colonization in Palestine of German and Polish Jews recently begun by the order, and reports of the gigantic philanthropic work of the order carried on in the United States in its various hospitals and orphanges, as well as in various countries of Europe, will be among the problems that will be acted on by the executive board of the order. The Hon. Alfred M. Cohen for many years president of the order, and conceded to be one of the leading Jews in the world, will preside at the meeting. Among other notables who will attend are: Joseph W. Salus of Philadelphia, Louis Fabricant of New York, Archibald A. Marx of New York, Henry Monsky of Omaha, Sidney G. Kusworm of Dayton, Judge I. If. Golden of San Francisco, Sidney G. Stern of North Carolina, Dr. Abraham S. Sachar of Champlain, 111., head of the Hillel Foundation work in the United States; Sigmund Livingston, chairman of National Hillel Foundation; Richard E. Gutstadt, head of the anti-defamation work in this country; Sam Beber of the National Advisory Council of the A. Z. A. (Junior B'nai B'rith); Abe Shefferman of Washington, D. C, president of District Grand Lodge follow in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel when refreshments will be served by the lodge to all the guests. A committee of ladies will be in charge of the reception and berman, president of the Mercantile Bank; Leo Robinson, president of the American Bank and Trust Co., and Mayor Louis Snedigar of Miami Beach. It is expected that with the adincludes Mesdames R. R. Adler and dition of the funds to be raised by Sam N. Halpert as co-chairmen, this benefit actual building of a and Mesdames M. L. Marcus, J. A. Y. M. H. A. and community cenRichter, N. Adelman, Elry Stone, ^ ter will begin shortly. Tickets may Frank Coret, Albert Rosenthal, J. | be purchased at the "Y" from any Louis Shochet, Stanley C. Myers, j member of the committee or at Harry Gordon, Frank Perlman, II. JUDGE I. W. GOLDEN Of San Francisco, vice-presidoit of the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith the Floridian Hotel, Alamac Hotel, Vanderbilt Hotel and Clinto Hotel at Miami Beach. I. Magid, Mendel Cromer, Isaac Levin, William Friedman, Edward Friedman, Sam Gurss, M. J. Kopelowitz, Max Pepper, Herbert Simon, Ida Optner, Ralph Neufeld, Sam Aronowitz, Sam Bearman, Herman Fisher, Joseph Fields, Charles Greenfield, J. Gerald Lewis, A. F. Friedman, Louis Zeientz and Benjamin Le Vine. On Thursday, Jan. 21, the executive board will meet for business, to be followed by a gala dinner at the Floridian Hotel, at 8:45 p. m. Music will be provided by the Hotel Floridian orchestra, headed by Emil Corea. A number of outstanding stars will provide entertainment during the dinner. Mr. Isaac Levin, past president of the local lodge, will preside as toastmaster. The invocation will be offered by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, and the benediction by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Addresses will be made by the Hon. Alfred M. Cohen, Nathan Adelman, president of the Miami lodge; Abe Shefferman, president of the District; Hyman S. Jacobs, vice president of the District and other officers of the executive board. In charge of arrangements for the conference, class initiation and banquet is a committee consisting of Benjamin LeVine, chairman; R. R. Adler, S. N. Halpert, J. Louis Shochet, Dr. Frank Coret, William Friedman, Nathan Adelman, Elry Stone, Isaac Levin and George Feuer. Chairman of the membership comittee which directed the membership campaign is E. Albert Pallot. No reader of this column will have failed to note the Associated Press report that the NationalSocialist government of Germany has cancelled the German citizenship of Thomas Mann, seized his house, library and furniture in Munich and forbidden the manufacture and sale of his books in the Reich. This move seems to have been not wholly unforeseen, since the third volume of Mann's epic novel, "Joseph and His Brethern," which bears the sub-title, "Joseph in Egypt," though identical in format and type with his previous works, no longer bears the imprint, now become a great memory, of S. Fischer, Berlin, hut a newly incorporated] publish wig house in Vienna, the Bermanni Fischer Co., and was manufactured j in Austria. Doubtless many instructed redaers felt a pang, a feeling of moral discomfort at reading this piece of news. Such, too, was my initial reaction. Second thoughts brought an entirely different attitude and an entirely other train of reasoning. For this act, above all other acts, we MI, be i grateful. It writes the Nazis down in the eternal book of man's memory. Perverse people in later ages may seek to defend them. Subtle sophistries will be used; council will be darkened. We know those proct—is. There will be an answer. There will be an answer to which there is no reply. The answer will be the name of Thomas Mann. Let us regard the man and his work. And first the man. He is an Aryan, a German of the north, i of Lubeck, where his ancestors con. | stituted one of those families of j patrician merchants that were characteristic of the maritime cities of the Hanseatic League. Nor is i that all. Though in his first great novel, "Buddenbrook," he delineated the decay of just such a family, in reality of his own family, he never cut himself loose from the traditions of his folk and fathers. On the contrary. In his essays and discourses he states again and again that he is a child of the EuroDean bourgeoise of the nineteenth century and that he regards that i Burgertum, with all its faults upon j its head, as the adequate sustainer of the civilization of his age. As ( a mid-European bougeois of the twentieth century he considered it his duty to give his moral support j to the right wing, let us say, of the German Social Democacry and to j declare in unmistakable and public terms his allegiance to the Weimar Republic. In other words, Thomas Mann, is psychologically and intellectually much farther removed from radicalism than the Nazis themselves. He is, in every respect, (Continued on Page 4) Four prominent speakers—two rabbis and two laymen—will address ihe formal banquet which will climax the Union of American Hebrew Congregations ThirtyFifth Council in New Orleans, Mon| day evening, Jan. 18. Dr. Jonah B. Wise of New York city will speak on "The Glamorous Western World"; Judge A. B. Freyer of Shreveport, on "Judaism Without Jews"; Hugo Sonnensehein of Chicago, on "Jews Without Judaism"; and Dr. Solomon B. Freehof of Pittsburgh, on "Paths to Jewish Progress." Delegates to the Union Council, the Twelfth Biennial Assembly of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and the Seventh Biennial Convention of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, will attend the banquet, as will members of the New Orleans Jewish community. Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) Efforts of Jewish groups to further Arnb-Jewish understanding are responsible for the report that a number of Palestinian Jews aVe about to publish an Arabic daily, the first of its kind, to be devoted to an improvement of relations between Arabs and Jews. Camera Tales Seen in action at a meeting of B'nai B'rith arrangements committee last week were, top, Nathan Adelman, president, and Sam N. Halpert, member of arrangements committee; second, Benjamin Le Vine, chairman of the banquet and arrangements committee, in a familiar pose; third, Nathan Adelman and Benjamin Le Vine talking things over; and bottom, Nathan Adelman and William Friedman, treasurer of the lodge, in a serious discussion of—?



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    Page Eijrht THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, January 15, 1937 RABBI UK. JACOB II. KAPLAN who will deliver invocation ai B'nai B'rith banquet R VBBl ABRAHAM A. KELLNER Who iil pronounce the bencdicli'in at B'nai li'rith banquet Jewish News x\round the World Chicago Orthodox Seminary to Mark l">lh Anniversary tii'u proof of the existence of gravitational waves, which lie first dis| covered in 1917, has been published by Professor Albert Einstein and bis associate at the Institute for, Advanced Studies, Dr. N. Rosen. The mathematical evidence of these waves wacontained in a paper published in the journal of the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia. shirts, all members of Sir Oswald j Mosley's Fascists, left London to i join the Fascist rebels in Spain a ; few hours before the British gov^ ernment made public a ban on re-1 crofting for either the rebels or ^ loyalist armies. Meuchel, all of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mr. Lawrence J. Jacobs of Providence, R. I. Society Mrs. Lillian S. Farmer has as hi i guests her Bister, Mrs. Matilda K lay. and her lifelong friends, .Mrs. rlattie Rapoport, Mrs. Anna NOW OPEN! Kraemer's Strictly Kosher RESTAURANT Collins Ave. at 4th St. MIAMI BEACH The Rendezvous for Those Who Want REAL KOSHER Food Mrs. Warburg Makes $90,000 (Jilt in Honor of Jacob II. Schiff Chicago (WNS) A drive for $100,000 to complete the library of the Hebrew Theological College of Chicago, the second largest orthodox Jewish rabbinical seminary in the United States, will be launched at a banquet on January 17th, at the college's 15th anniiry will be celebrated. The celebration will be in the form of in honor of Rabbi Saul t" under and president of the college. All of the institution's ites will attend. New York (WNS)—A gift of $90,000 by Mrs. Felix M. Warburg in honor of the 90th birthday of her late father, Jacob H. Schiff, has been announced by the semicentennial fund of the Jewish Thcological Seminary of America. Mr. Sehiff's birthday was marked by the opening of a special exhibit of books and manuscripts given by him and other founders to the seminary. Mrs. Warburg is honorary chairman of the Women's conimitttee "f the semi centennial. Reform Rabbis and Laymen Agree on Joint Program Sew Vork High School Bans Sale of Cerman Souvenirs York (WNS)—Sale of German-mad souvenirs at basketball games of the Abraham Lincoln High scl % % %  %  in Brooklyn has been disconti! UC the joint boycott council was informed by Dr. Abraham Hi feberg, acting principal. Sale of li rman souvenirs was call' • I 1 ilirschberg'a attention an investigation he isii %  ions prohibiting their sale. ivenirs were old merdating from before the S'aziS came into power. Cincinnati (WNS)—An agreement not to Interfere with freedom of expression or autonomy by the White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortcz Hotel RABBI COLMAN ZWITMAN Who will open B'nai B'rith class initiation ceremonies Central Conference of American Rabbis and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, but to cooperate closely and consult with each other wherever possible was reached at a special meeting of representatives of the two groups j called to consider a program for effective cooperation between rab. bis and laymen. It was also agreed ( that the president and vice-presi-i dent of the conference be made exofficio members of the executive board of the union and that a rep, tesentative of the latter be invited t" address the next meeting of the confeience. The joint meeting also agreed to recommend to the executive boards of both bodies that a joint committee be set up to study and report on the question of old | age pensions for rabbis. The temporary Joint committee was made permanent and the following were named to prepare a program for i future meetings: for the confer-, i nee, Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of New York City, Rabbi Samuel Wohl of, Cincinnati and Rabbi Philip S. Pernstein of Rochester; for the union, Harry N. Gottlieb of Chicago and Adolph Rosenberg of Cincinnati. Forty British Fascists Join Spanish FIES Florida Sisnbeam Lvs. Miami daily 7:15 P.M. r^-CONDITIOKFI Enjoy the benefits of '.conditioned iiir" on the "Sunbeam" air-conditioned train to the mid.re i PUN— filtered—circulated sir oimfortably cooled in 1 lorid.Vs warm climate—scientifically heated in the north. r ACON ATLANTA CHATTANOOGA : X INN ATI Ar. Mneon (ET).. 9:30 AM Ar. Atlanta (CT)..10:30 AM Ar. ChottanooKa.(CT)2:00 PM Ar. Cincinnati (ET)..10:65 PM Ar. Cleveland (ET).. 7:30 AM Ar. Detroit .. (ET).. 7:25 AM Ar. 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    THE JEWISH FLORIDI \N Friday. January 16, 1937 151 l.l.K'l IN 1 EMII K iSUAfcl. 01 Miami r.i't N K. i:ith si •c Phone 2 i7-S KAH Hi M. \ .M'l, KAI'LAN RABH Drive ., >s7.-, Miami i in, ,i both il illKaitbir w: • hi dURhoul the y< ai, CONGREGATIONAL Thia Fridaj evening, Jan. 15, 11*37, al 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Zwit. induct the sen ices, and speak on the subject "History's o Greatest Hero." A social hour and iponsored by the SisterDaytona Beach Notes ] i,. Ii ving Levey and 1 Ir. W illiani Levey this week announced the opening of their associate a 112 North I! ach ona Beach, for practice ,,!' : ii f?i a and othopedi i hi opo ly. Dr. Irving Levey, well known In Dayl II.I Beach, has practiced chirop idy here for several years and i ., in,ml., i ni' the local orders of Eiks, Masons and B'nai B'rith. Dr. William Levey, graduated last year from Illinois College of Chiropody and Foot Surgery, Chicago, inow associated with Dr. assembly which begins at 11:30 Irving Levey. !!• is a member ., m of Beta 'I'au Alpha, national chir1 opodial fraternity. Drs. William LIBRARY I COLMAN A. 4WITMAN 530 N. K. 31st St. 2-9548 be at the Temple every morno musical service, and parents and 1 friends are invited to attend the and Irving Levey are active memo her-of Florida Podiatry As .... ,. .. • i .,, ,,,„ tion and (if the National Associallic following message about Hie Nick Kenny, world famous radio editor and columnist, and Dons Sch'achman, executive director of the Greater Miami Young Men s Hebrew Association, who are directing the Midnite of Stars at the Olymnia Theatre Sunday evening, January 21th, for the benefit ill the "Y" building fund. toi an i guests are invite !. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan 'i -. Henry D. W lliams are atprogresf of our library comes to us from our librarian, Mrs. Alfred (,. \.<-\ n: tion of Chiropodists. The largest and most slice,ful curd party eve. held at Temple ••l.a-i year when we wrote aboul Israel was Sunday night when Mrs. tending the convention of the Unour library we were sorl of bragLouis K. Goldman and Mrs. Joseph f American Hebrew Congregaging about a baby that really was Ginsberg were hostesses. More ai \Vu Orleans, which is too young to perform properly. Bui than LU tables were in play. Spc in S ,i .,,, the week of-Ian. 11 this year we do not have to brag, cial.j h ir.e-madc |.astries, the art i 0 ].,,, i] Our baby is growing and it car, ,,• Mrs. Pearl Lee, drew favorable speak for itself. We are very mention. Prizes in bridge and other DIVVKII I) t\TF proud of it. So proud that we feel games went to Mrs. George Lieb0 o confidenl enough to invite inspecman, Mrs. Hiram AUler, Mrs. Al this In an atmosphere of swaying I alms, starlit skies, rustling sliks ami general good fellowship,Temple Israel inaugurated its firsl social NV babes gel presents, you j ffair urrenl season. More know, but few gel such a grand lhan I 1 "' members, guests and one BS oUys received last week! A % %  ** ....,..,II ......... — -. Unlike haloes who refuse to Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Pep1 ii. show off when guests arrive. ore is at its best for visitors. per, Jacob Ginsberg, M ss Sadie Katz. Mrs. Ceciie Shemer, Mrs. Sol Trager, Mrs. Max .!. Budethal, Mrs. Na.hai. Agress, Mrs. A. Roth ol New York. Mr-. Sylvia \Va.--crBfca .,ti>. one ,1* UU|M ll,,l,,',| I,IS, ,\eei\. present on the occomplete Jewish encyclopedia and in. During the dinner several ; book ca :;i which to keep it. by M r. and M i i. I'll s. acts from Dempsey's the Frolics were donate, ui.l other Miami clubs were pri'sSamuel Gurss. ented, and during the dance program the Bill Peck Studio of Dane bver week new l ks are arhed another excellent pro. rfwn* _W try to obtain all th, of entertainment Dance Miss Helen Wasserman, daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Wasserman, 530 Live (lak avenue, celebrated her liilh birthday Sunday aflern ion Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 8) iii all Polish and Polish-language papers We just heard a swell story about the late Maurice Freiberg, Cincinnati philanthropist and religious leader Freiberg always blew a Shofar on Rush Hashanah in the Rockdale Avenue Temple. Cincinnati, because his grandfather had left him an ancient Shofar that had been in the family for generations One year Freiberg was in Europe during Kosh llashanah, SO no Shofar was blown in the temple that year. •V ANNOUNCES EVENINGS "Y" Monday with the junior division; Tuesday, Y. \V. H. A., and Wednesday. Y. M. H. A. night. Thursday is Hoy Scout meeting and Saturday and Sunday open house. KODBINS HOOKING & SHEET MET AI WORKS Responsible Hoofers Since 1019 Inspection and Ksiimaies Free 222 N W 26th St. Phon< 2-3705 music was supplied by Chet Brown. and his orchestra. Thankfor II ess of this affair are extended by the rabbis of Temph ie IIIK. c ,|\ in "KL.IIII .in in, f ... i with a party, Guests included Cor. best recent books written by and _, i.ne 0>sinsky, shinev Agress, ahoul Jews, It is always a plea'.,,,,, o Shirley Ha pi m. Mvrt e Lcc Kan. ure to have the parents of our Sun•"" %  '• 1 i ,!a., school children come in to see Stanley Nass, Bobby Gunther, Os. the librarj and see what their chil' Dobrcw Francea .•, ttiner U "\" tended by the rabbis ol rempie r • Marsha Goldman, Ruby ., i ,u r ...,;• r..i dri n can get there, and otter helpi i • SL a "of A* lil^t! Url M — aLo grati\~ GM !" D !" d ^ "t* Plant. Mr. Adolph Weif >nm when the parents find books ... \i i ,,; •/, ;„„t, Mr that the) would want to read. %  %  r, Mr. Louis lelentz, M'. Ann,nu our recent arrivals are the following new book-: "Noah I'andre." by Schneour (this is the Schneour's works to appear in an nd Epstein, Mrs. Tobias m i. Mrs. Sydney Weintrauli, i! r. Feibelman, Miss Alice \ ,1 Mrs. Jul Pearlman and Tl %  Slowing were the winners English ^translation) izes given away at the Mr. and Mrs. S men Heed. Abe Weinstein. Mitchell Shemer. Lee, I an el an I Betsy Schemer. Mrs. Wasserman was assisted by Mrs. Salmon Cccilc Shemer. first of — Miss Sylvia Solden of Manchester, Kngland, arrived in New York 11... i i 11 ii Miiflinvuiii F. •The .lew, of (lei many." by Mar"" the Samaria las, week and is now in Daytona Beach to stay. She is the lest of her br ither-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr-. Jo I ph All "Y" activity is at its highest peak now and if you are looking for a pleasant evening visit the "Is Zionism a Political Move m< nt'.'" is the topic serin in of Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld for this Friday night at Temple Israel. Each Saturday morning at '.' o'clock services are conducted ill the Auditorium, Auditorium blvd., on the peninsula, for the special benefit of visitors. This week the rabbi will speak on "Weekly Portion of the Law." The auditorium will accommodate a large audienc It has a -eating capacity of 4,000. I. L. Mintzer Associated FIXZIT SYSTEM PLUMBING AM HEATING CONTRACTORS Showroom and Plant 1114 N. E. 2nd \ve. Call me personal!} mi your plumbing contracts Your co operation will be very much appreciated by me. >OC 30< r>oc r>o A. the by Mr. Dave Gerrick won the vln Lowenthal. Tr .pto Havana; Mr-. Charles Gold"The War Goes On." by Sholem Service, donated As, h I hter; Judge Pole, the "We Jews," by George Sokolsk nated by Harry "Jew" >', Palestine, by r,iRubin; Mrs. Bloom, the Kevusky. ,,, Pear i man; -The Rise and Destiny ol .;, gj{t d0 German Jew. by J. Marcus. Bass Jewelry Co.; Mrs. "Mental Healing in Judaism, the Shot .donated by M "£ Uo ] ,n ; .. _, ,, ii I. I %  i ik. ,,.,;,, r Whv I Am a .lew. by hdmoiid i: Ed Roskmd, the pan ,,. ,ho B, donated by M. L. Fle *; Mrs. H. Marcus, the case lr v "f !" missed such populai dby standard Wine books as' Three Cities SalvaIM, Com I ovln. "iill. "Mottke, the lillel. by : Mrs. Sain I..IMIU ,, <|,. | u. Shu em Asch, and Road Of Ages, by M. Seng and Mr. by Robert Nathan or the "< ity Without .lews." you van get them at our library. There is no rental charges to members of Temple Israel. Most of books are loaned for a period of tWO weeks. The librarian is always very happy to O, CALM THOSE NERVES, BE SWEETSERENE BY USING DOCTOR MILES' RV/NE Cial material for reference work, and the library is open by app >in'.menl during the week, and on SunIn; from 0:30 until 12:16. 'ervinxj ** RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 0 o i ur religiou chool as mbly mornii R lard Kob,,,„.., B iwaya very i nducted tl and the |( of any .,,., ,.,,,,,. i n finding spefollowing birthdays were cell Ii Beulah Greenberg, Carol Bill I ",. a, David in Levy Ji v e Peal '.can. .lack Mandel of | Bel David Reli • hool,. "Thi y >ung Judea \[, ; nent," ii 'oi ming t he children of the Hoy-" Division of Young Judea, which has n centl been formed in our city, and which should be supported and enall true Jews. On Sunday morning, Jan. IT, the newly formed children's choir of Temple Irael, under the direction of Rabbi Zwitman, will conduct a DR. H. S. AKERS DENTIST 17(11 N. w. 36th St. t losed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 "Florida Fin,! 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    Page Four THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. I-ouis Bettigale announced the engagement and approaching: marriage of their daughter, Shirley, to Nathan L. Silberbenr, of Buffalo, N. Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Silberberg. The wedding will take place on January 13th at Sarasota. The Ladies Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sholem made plans for a I'urim dance to be held on Feb. 28. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson and Mrs. I. I.iebman will be in charge of arrangements. Friday, January 15, 1937 Mr. and Mrs. I. K. I.ubetzky are on a trip to New Orleans, Texas and Georgia. Alton Road Hospita., Recently Opened at Alton Road and Seventh Street. Miami bi Irael I. Kaplan. His subject will be "Jewish Contributions to Miss Gertrude Michael returned to Tampa, after having spent several weeks at her home in South I'ittsburg, Tenn. Society "Dodaworth," which thrilled millions as a stage play, comes to the screen of the Tivoli Theater starting a five-day engagement, with Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton, Paul Lukas, Mary Astor and David Niven in the leading roles. Huston plays the title role of I Sam Dodsworth, the easy-going j American husband, who retires to '! travel and find himself but, instead finds out his friv6lous, selfish and Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro will extravagant w if e leave Sunday morning by train for New York city where Rabbi Sha-j Sam Dodsworth retires, after piro will officiate at the wedding years of hard driving work, buildContemporary Work of a Historical an.l Biographical Nature." All are Fnstoin of New of his sister, Helen, to Mr. Herman ing up his motor car business and invited to attend. MrB h <1wal .: u..t I i~i..l~h.. h whim* of his nrettv Mr Kdward F.pstein of .New oi nn im, %  %  — ---• York wa the gues speaker at the Isaac.on. a prominent merchant of indulging the wh.ms of his pretty IOIK, t-u i O„_J,„ i„„ 04 Thev nrffa Kmn who vearns for one last Y. M. H. A. On Monday, Jan. 11, the annual meeting and election of officers was held. Following are the new officers: President, Dr. J. Leon Schwartz; Tice president, A. M. Wolfson; secretary, A. B. Weil, jr., and treasurer, B. J. Finman. Chairman of the Board of Directors is Krnest Maas. The board members are: Sol Haliczer, M. G. Rosenberg. David Stein, Major M. J. Mackler. Leon Haber, Manuel Aronovitz, Nathan I.utz, Dr. N. I.. Marcus, Dr. Daniel Rachelson, Morrice (Jinan, M. D. Weieman, Sidney Linker, Irvin Salsburg, Julius Silverman and Leule Schronbrun. All the Jewish organizationi in the city will participate in "Stunt" night, to be given at the "Y" on Sunday evening, Jan. IT. The public is welcome to attend. York, was the guest speaker at the saac on. ^_-~~ %  who ^ ^ The first meeting of INI of the meeting of the Miami chapter 0 At* ^r to th c .v on Wenes| f,i„g before sett.ing down to midLadies Pushaloter Society was held Senior Hadassah las. Monday at wHl tu, n t. j g ^ ,n the home of Mrs. H. S.ott, in the Kaplan Hall and M an^.nda>. Jan. 27. ^ ^ ^ ^ JJ.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ form of a social, recently. STJj! Lfcabbot awnwred bv Not only will greyhound fans get vorces Dodsworth, who is left to Bridge and other games were en^ 0^ tJj^WJJ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^ n ^rfd. at wander miserably through Europe m Z d .v. v Mrs Saturday afternoon. Jan. 16, beginthe Biscayne Kennel Club, but for alone, where he falls in love with Wmnersofh.ghpn,, e, M, MM t P^ ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^ will be anot her woman. The c.imax of the H. Heym.n Mr.. M. R Mr.. J. J Rwreation '„.„, I512 Penn ablt to listen to the music of "The picture proves to be an mteresting C iZZ tm^ita tt-org.ni.--aylv.ni. avenue. Miami Beach King of Waitz," Wayne King and surpr ise. r Si rl^r*: & jaK-r h orte ftMu __ of r Mrs. J. Soat on Silvei sti..t. ... north s jde oval, is bringing the first Tuesday in February. Two of the ace leading men of • • north side oval, is nnnging UH" aB the screen support Jean Harlow in Tickets may now be obtained for nationally known music.an he., as Franchot Tone Tickets may now be obtained for nationally known music.an ne,. „ „ Th ^ Franchot Tone Mr. and Mrs. O. Magezis anthe dinner dance being sponsored a special treat or MiMni.^ and Grant ^ nounce the engagement of their by Senior Hadassah at the Town the orchestra, with Kin Owthiff, w husband .„ laughter. Roslvn Evelyn, to Philip Csino on Jan. 27. Reservations will play the music which made it ^ B rf ^ j. Breman of Coral Gable., son of may be obtained from Mr.. Stanley f.mou., between race. the ^^ ^ Mr and Mrs K. J. Breman of C. Myers or Mrs. Morris Plant. Racmg Secreta.j Bill Fin.u.an Mr. MMI Mr.. A meet ng flf Beth I)avi() SisU r is planning to provide even finer Th e date Of the wedding will be hood wi„ be ho-.i-xtWednes.lay ^J^^^.^Z announced later. Jacksonville News The January meeting of the Hadassah Chapter was held Wednesday) afternoon in the Jewish Center. Reports of various committees were heard and plans for future BCtivties discussed. The program included a talk en "Contributions of the Jew to Science." by Dr. I. J. Strumpf, and musical selections by John Lidell, young boy baritone. During the social hour which followed the program and business meeting, Mrs. Ike Witten and Mrs. Louis Witten, hostesses for the aftei noon, served. The World's Window (Continued from Page 1) as he is fond of saying, a man of the "middle." averse from all extremes, embracing that "golden mean" which is at the center of man's classical wisdom. Such il the man. Now let us regard the writer. Nothing of what the Nazis call Kulturbolahevi.mus, ultra-modern disorganization of style or substance has ever 80 much as touched him. His Btyle is u great and grave and shapely style. [| i> not an ornate style. It i rich by virtue of the spiritual splenafternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Beth King is here. He has all the .logs David Talmud Torah Hall when in tip-top shape now, and is going matters of importance will be acted I to present at least two feature on. All members are urged to atraces every night. tend. This meeting will be preFinneran has more dogs for his ceded by a board meeting in the "hot box" than any other racing form of a luncheon at noon at David secretary in the Suth. and there'll Talmud Torah. never be an idle moment at the < Biscayne Kennel Club during the The Henrietta Szold Young next few week-. The girl. Suzy. unwittingly beJudea Of Miami Beach, will hold its COme !" led w,th W • rt *T lt *" ui„ %  _,. k'..lln<..,.f Paauir and stumbles upon the evidence next meeting on Monday evening, Miss lima Kellnei ot lassau, > Jan. 18. at 7:80, at the home of N. J., is visiting her brother and %  *•" •> l *• execution of a Marcia Kohl. 846 Lenox avenue. sister-in-law, Rabbi an.l Mrs. Abrawomen counter-spy and the sha,tering of her romance with a young officer. the 1 most original entertainment. Miss Jacob, and Miss Silverman also head the committee in charge of the Officers' Ball, to bo held in The executive board of The Daughters of Israel met recently at the home of Mr.. Olga Moskowitz to discuss and plan coming affairs. The big fund-raising cabarel of the year was discussed. • Mrs. Mor. ris Wexlcr with Miss Ethel Joel, and as chairmen, were named for the cabaret, and Mrs. Harry Finkelstein accepted the entertainment leadership. Mrs. Sue Schneider accepted her former chairmanship of tables for that evening, which will be Jan. 27, The January meeting of the Temple Sisterhood was held Tuesday afternoon in the Temple Home with the president, Mr.. L. P. Lipp. man. presiding. Mrs. L. P. Lippman, president, was elected as delegate to attend the Tri-State Federation of Temple Sisterhoods convention in Birmingham, Ala., next month. Others chosen to attend were: Mrs. Ben David. Miss Kay Halle, Mrs. M. J. Greer.blatt, and the alternates were Mrs. E. M. Morganstern, Mrs. I.. M. Lippman. Mrs. Joe Jacobson and Mrs. M. H. Witten. Miss Beatrice Reiser, chairman of the literature department, announced a literature meeting to be held at 3 o'clock on Jan. 23, the speaker for this occasion to be RabThose appearing on the program ham A. Kellner, of this city will be a talk by Mrs. Murry Grossman, president of Junior HadasThe dinner meeting of Junii ash; Ruth CoUrtman Will answer Hada88ash last Monday evening questions on Palestine; Theresa was attended by a large number of Berlin will give a pi.no solo and visitor.. Aline Lee a tap dance. Miss Anita Silverman and Miss %  %  This will be the third meeting Vivienne Jacobs, membership chairFebruary. This dance is an anrich by virtue of the spiritual spurnander the n(W spomora| j|j M Adlet man, announced the Spinster Tea. nual event at which all paid up d0 ... its texture. Mann I-. more^ M| ^ Rogenmann tne seC ond in a series of membermembers and their escorts are ver ""'• ."' ''"' """' learned '.' ... ship parti.s, to be given Monday guests of the administration of the novelists in the precise sen-,p] ^ ^ ^ announced in our vening, Jan. 25, at M!.S Doris Miami unit of Junior Hadassah at which Milton is one ( the m^ ^^ .^^ ( p | ^ torma] reception Rubin's home, 935 Meridan .venue, a cocktail party and ball. learned ol poe >. fin( j we ] come D y the Miami Jewish Miami Beach. The affair is open Mrs. Murray Grossman, presiCine and now n es y Orthodox Congregation and the to paid up members. Guests may dent, announced a musical.' and ''"'' ;\ '' ,. v Ladies Auxiliary to Rabbi and Mrs. come in spinster costume, and plav, to be presented on Sunday been the subject of his studies. And Abraham _. v K( Hm | ,„ u hM priz ,.s will l„. • evening to the girl wh. spinster ( %  awarded during the evening, Feb. 28, with Miss Doris presents Cromer arranging the musical numbers. they have spilt the blood of notice now of their resignation Miss Audrey Cutler is chairman has produ"ed*abody of work (from thousands of innocent and righteous ''""' the ranks of civilized manof thc annual Donor's dinner in Which jut out in grandeur the three ni( M ,,,. ws .,,,,. ( ; t lmans t hat will kinphi.ticated fools after n troduce.l Miss Ida Rngler, chairhe has made himself a master of them. With this equipment of art and culture, assuming of course the original genius of the man. he this; nave invented new ingenui' —i-.--...-.. LUOII auer n T ". and His Brethern") that is. speaktie. of moral and economic tortures. "> r ee weeks'conducted trip through n,an f r he <-ven,ng Miss F.ngle. ing very strictly, unique in this Germany come back %  • regretting Germany come back and tell you, Presented Mrs. Victor Mell. who reage by all the qualities that make All their acts have been war and formally regretting a little the vil we(l Margaret Mitchell's "Gone As all their sentiments of the jungle, -'verity toward the Jews, what fine ^' ln tn( Wind," and conducted a the Congregameet19, plans •'• .11... .,iiw ^ united Germany to mankind; he has or 1t <'Tiing annual Purim Ball Well, if the Nazis repudiate this Milton, Montaigne and Racine, done what no previous tyrant in wi '"' discussed. Following the great gentleman and great genius, Leasing and Goethe. With him history was besotted enough to do. I,usint s;1 meeting a social hour and what does their repudiation of anyand behind him stand all the highThe foolish and corrupt governP'"P>'nni will be given. The Misses left est spiritual triumphs of mankind, ment even of Charles II amnestied Phyllis and Madeline Shulman will one mean? Even the Czar Tolstoi to his own device.. Even .11 the most precious goods of the those procurators of the holy synod human spirit. No wonder they reexec ,, .irrinrM (M • %  Milton, though he had defended the '"' Presented in a program of songs ution of the King's father and novelties will be included, of the Russian church seemed to pudiated Einstein and with him served the Cromwell Commonhave some dim sense of the exAristotle and Copernicus and Newwealth. It remained for Adolph istence of European standards and ton! No wonder they repudiate Hitler in 1986 to go out of his way world opinion. The Nazis have done both Moses and Jesus. It is all of to repudiate the greatest of his things infinitely more cruel than a piece. They have given official living country London (WNS)—Deportation of .11 anti-Semites in England was proposed by the Bishop of London in an address at Bournemouth.



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    Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I l SOCIETY > vestry lowing which Rabbi Max Shapiro itors in Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N. Levy Will celebrate the Bar Mitzva of their son, Morgan, at the services Saturday morning, Jan. 1C, beginning at 8:30 o'clock at Beth David Synagogue. Morgan will recite the Haftoro and speak in English, following which Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach briefly. Immediately serve "Kiddush" after the services the parents of rooms of the the Bar Mitzva will be hosts at a reception to their friends and Milton i worshippers. Sunday evening, Jan. and Mrs. Barney Wcinklo, will bejunior congrcgaUon will meet at adxantng IT, a reception in honor of theBarleome Bar Mitzva at services Satur10:30 o'clock Saturday moimng. Mitzva will be held at the Black-1 day morning, Jan. 10, at Beth stone Hotel from 8 to 11 p. m., to Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. Which all friends are invited. Milton will recite the Haftoro and • speak briefly in English. He will Kiausn in tne wauy u -.e •• "~ Tfco' sound and constructive pnncip Weinkle. the son „f Dr. lh following the services. The aimed only at momentar, politi Friday, January 15, 1937 liam Uhlfelder. Rehearsals for the |! minstrel show, being sponsored by the organization, will begin Moni; day night, Jan. 18, at 8 p. m., at ^ the home of Mrs. H. N. Levy, 1625 |s S. W. 15th street. All interested in this are urged to attend. Plans for the bridge which the auxiliary winter, and promotion of j s sponsoring on Wednesday, Jan. principles 27, at the Alamac Hotel, will apa s pear in our next issue. tical The National Council of Jewish Women will hold its annual fashion The pub'ic speaking class, spon-.show and review on Wednesday, Sinai Lodge, I. O. O. F„ the sl „,,l by the National Council of Feb. 10, at the Palm Island Club, only Jewish ('.Id Fellows lodge in J( ,vish Women, under the direcwhere a floor show contam.ng lie South, is sponsoring a gala li(in „f Mrs. tsidor Weinstein, will some of the outstanding stars will at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. Cantor and Mrs. M. Rifas, 1000 S. W. 13th court, for the benefit of its Talmud Torah Fund. Prizes will be offered for high scores at each table and refreshments will be served. The public is cordially invited to attend. The late Friday evening services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation tonight will be dedicated to the Young Men's Hebrew Association and will begin at 8:15 o'clock. Mr. Milton Friedman, a member of the directorate of the "Y," will be guest speaker and Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will preach on "Character Building." Following the services a social hour will be Bpent with the Ladies Auxiliary as hosts. Saturday morning services begin at 0 a. m., with Harold Berkowitz. son of Mr. and Mis. Philip Berkowitz. becoming Bar Mitzva. Harold will recite the Haftoro and speak in English, following which Rabbi Kellner will preach. Following the services the parents of the Bar Mitzva will Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. Jan. 17-18-19-20-21 Walter Huston—Paul Lucas Kuth Chatterton Mary Astor—David Niven DODSWORTH -7t>AVGNUe F HW.7'_ h Av.t.S!VST.Photif?6SSI Sun.-Mon., Jan. 17-18 Jean Harlow—("ary Grant I'ranchot Tone—Lewis Stone Benita Hume SUZY MILTON WEINKI.F. admission charge will be made, and all members visiting Odd Fellows and the general public is urged to a!tend and spend an enjoyable evening. In charge of arrangements is a committee, headed by Adolph Abramson, chairman. Meetings of the lodge are held every Tuesday evening at Odd Fellows Hall. Among guests at the Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, are Mr. and .Mis. I.. Demar, Mr. Demar being a law partner of Sen. Lazarus Joseph of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Daitch of New York, Mr. I'aitch being one of the leading merchants in the butter and egg business in New York. The Hotel Evans is sponsoring a series of weekly dances for the en( tertainment of its guests every Sunday evening in the beautiful patio of the hotel. Music is fur-! femey Plaza. Those in charge of arrangements will be announced at an early date. • Miss Rochelle Schauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shauer, Chicago, became the bride of William Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller, Chicago, at 6 p. m. Saturday, at the home of Rabbi Joseph II. Kaplan. The couple will reside here. r LOUIS ZEIENTZ Named to collector of taxes office Last Week Miss Sarah GrccnLcrg has as her nished by Mort Richards ard his house guest, Mrs. Harry I. Coodchant the services. Following the I well-known orchestra. man and daughter, Shirley, of Atservices the parents of the Bar lanta, Ga. Mitzva will be hosts at a "Kid1 Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Laakin, 18201 • dush" in the vestry rooms of the James ave., Miami Beach, celebratNext Monday, Jan. 18, at 2 p. m, synagogue. Sunday afternoon the e d their golden wedding anniverthe Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish parents will hold a reception at Ba ry :i t a dinner Saturday night at Welfare Bureau will hold its regutheir home, 1228 Euclid avenue, the Roney Plaza. Their guests were ]ar meeting at the Alamac Hotel. Miami Beach, for their friends and Jir. and Mrs. Elmer R. Laskin, Miami Beach, Mrs. Hyman N. Ix'vy, relatives, from 3 to 6 p. m. No Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Myron program chairman, will present cards will be issued. Laskin, Milwaukee, Wis.J Mrs. Mrs. Morrey Koven in whistling Bernhard Minsly, Los Angeles; numbers and Mrs. Edward FriedAt the late Friday evening serArthur E. Laskin, New York, and man in vocal selections. Mrs. Abravices tonight at Beth David ConMr. and Mrs. Louis .7. Laskin and ham Kellner will give the invocagregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will Teddy and Marion Laskin, Larchtion. Greeting the guests will be E.GORDON Jewish Rituals Yice-I'residcnt CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS .-)11 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-K121 Residence Phone 2-1398 EXCLU8IVE ROOMS FOR JEWISH CASES preach on "Will our present day m ont, N. Y. civilization v>ndure?" Cantor Louis • • Hayman and Beth David choir will Harry S. Pickering, industrial chant the s( rvicef. At the Saturchemist and sanitary engineer, last 'day morning services, beginning at wee k announced as candidate for 8:30, Morgan Levy, the son of Mr. election to Hie city commission. 'and Mrs. Ilynian X. Levy, will lie"Because I am a relatively poor come Bar Mitzva. He will recite the man ny hesitancy about entering Haftoro and -peak in English, fol,| u impending commission campaign has boon the lack of fi| name-," Pickering said. 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    •> Friday, January 15, 1937 THE JEWISH I I.ORIDIAN Pa?:* Five Large Class To Be Initiated Charles Rosengart*n, Harry Rubin, is being tendered to the national daughters, Natalie and Muriel. The | Abe J. Rubin, Morris Rubin, Martin officers and executive board of ; home was beautifully decorated for Raff, Jerome E. Samet, Albert B'nai B'rith. Mr. Benjamin U the event and following the proT J IJ'noi R'fif Y% eUel Geo, 'Ke Schwartz, Isadore Vine is chairman of the committee, gram a delicious buffet luncheon InlO D nai 13 riin Schlesinger, Abraham Selevan, Reservations will close at this was served. A number of beautiful Frederick K. Shochet, Alfred Silver. meeting. gifts were received including a A partial list of the Alfred M. man Sam Silverman, Sam Simon• • • silver percolator set from fellow Cohen class of members to be ininoff Pni l'P Somberg, Sam SteinMi. K. Albert Pallot, chairman officers and members of the I-adies tiated next Wednesday night folbo, K ; s 'dor Swartz, Hyman Sootin, of the B'nai B'rith membership j Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish lowai i "' *• St-'hoenlrerg, Samuel Seitlin, campaign, urges all members who Orthodox Congregation, of which Jack Schwartz, H. Seitlin, Harry have applicants foi -membership in Mrs. Pallot is treasurer. Rabbi Jack Abbott, Joseph Albert, Max Shear,, Joseph Siegel, Dr. Harry the local lodge, to bring the apAbraham A. Kellner of the synaAronovlta, I Aronovitz, Lazarus Z. Silverman, S. J. Silverton, plications and dues to the meeting gogue, extended congratulations on Abrams. Morns Alpert, Morris Harry Sirkin, William Spector, of the membership committee, behalf of the congregation *ri Aronov.tz, Raymond Bain, M. S. George Stone, Max Swartz. Nathan whichh will be held Sunday mornauxiliary. Bandler, J. J. Barco, Dr. Samuel Samet, William Taradash, Abraham ing, Jan. 17, beginning at 10:30 • • Beckman, Sam Blanch, Samuel j. Tobin, Max L. Thomson, William o'clock. Final arrangements for I R auui David Miller of Oakland lilumenfield, David Brown, Isidor Uhlfelder, Charles Walder, Wilthe class initiation, to be held j Cn i is spending some time here. Brown, Loue Bandel, Samuel Bearij am E Warshaw, M. Weiner, SydWednesday, Jan. 20, ut Temple > Rabui Miller is a successful busiman, .David JJass, Philip Hcrkoney L. Weintraub, Joseph William-! Israel, will be made at this meet! ness man of his city and the author of several books on religious subjects. witz, Louis Block, David Brandson Simon Wolff, Herman Wall, ing. fon, Benjamin Bronston, George Sidney A. Wien, Charles Weinstein, j ... Bloomberg, George Chertkof, David Henry D. Williams, Henry E. I M. Chaikin, Albert M. Chisling, Wolff, Dr. Harry H. Young, Louis A large number of friends atHarry A. Cohen, David P. CatsZeientz, Joe Zalis, Dr. Maurice tended the twenty-fifth wedding man, Leo A. Chaiken, A. B. Clein, Zimmerman. Joseph H. Cohen, Mendel Cromer, Harry Dacks, Jacob Davis, Gordon Davis, Barney Drevieh, Leo Eiaen-j = ^^ == stein, Leonard Epstein, Dave EmoOCietV mer, Louis Einsar, Larry Fay, Ru-' _^^^^ bin Feinberg, Gus Feuer, M. B. Frank, Samuel Frankel, M. G. FurThl Spinoza Group will meet on man, Hyman Farber, Max Feit, Dr. | the w n of 1059 Collins avenue Leonard Finn, Isidore Frankel, tomorrow at 2 o'clock, when it will Arthur S. Friedman, Dr. Max ""ten to the broadcast of the opera Ghertler, Abe Ginsberg, Edward A. "Die Valkeure." Dr. Wolf son will Golden, Abraham Goodman, Harry follow with an address on PalesGordon, Theodore Gulkis, Joseph %  The public is invited to atGreenwald, Ben Giller, Henry W. tend. Gobbe, Sol S. Goldstrom, Hyman anniversary reception of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot at their home last Sunday night. A musical program was presented during the The third week of the meeting at the West Flagler Kennel Club was featured by a huge dailydouble, when Cardova won the first half and Red Deour took the secevening. Assisting the host andlond. The refund was $54G.80 cents, hostess in receiving were their j Cardova, owned by Lyle Beatty. romped home in the first and paid $32 to win and $27.20 to place. The quiniela in the first consisting of Cardova and Midnight Judy paid $124.80. Red Detour in the third race paid $20.20 to win. Two tickets were held on the winning double combination. One lucky holder refused to divulge his name. The other, Ivan Y. Young, of 987 S. W. Fourth street, Miami, extremely jubilant, proudly displayed the lucky pasteboard. Long prices prevailled throughout the week with box car quinielas being paid especially in the hurdle race, which is the eleventh race on the program each night. One hurdle quiniela paid better than $300. The week was also featured by two sprint races over the 3-10 of a mile route and also a long distance race over the % of a mile oval. Jack Lucas took the lead as the top money owner, closly pursued by Frank Jones, F. W. Whitehead and several others. Gottesman, H. L. Green, David Gottfried, Samuel Greiff, Barney Han: an. Samuel Haas, S. J. A meeting of the banquet committee in charge of arrangements for the B'nai B'rith dinner dance Heiman, Henry Hohouser, Nathan a( thp F | 01 i(iian Hotel Thursday Horn, Jacob Halpern, Edward W. eveninK Jan 2i wi „ be he ld at the Hillelson, Max Jacobskind, Albeitj dub rooms of ^ y M H A g L. Kahn, Jack Kalish, Morris E.. w „. (th avenue at 5thi Sunday Kantor, Abe Katz. Samuel Kirstein, mornteg| Jan ,7, at 10:3 o o'clock, Herbert Kleinman, Charles Kraft,! wh( n fjna p ans wjl bc comp i ete( i. Samuel Kraemer, Alfred Kahn, | A| those not yet hav ing made their Harry Kanter, David M. Kaplan, x sel vations are aske d to attend Rabbi A. Kellner, Milton Kleinman, th( mwstmg to obtain reservations. Morris Kohn, Abe Kurman. Donald Th( ( ()S( w ,„ be $3 per plate an(i S. Lavigne, Abe T.elfeT, Harry W. < S4 atintf wi „ be limite( ] to not morc Lehman, Jack Levine, Charley than 600 KUests The com mittee is Levy, Louis Loeb, Eli Lear, Frank |esi| ous ()f having every B'nai Laxer, Herman Lefkowitz. George g,^,, nQW ,„ (hl ( ; rcatel Miami Levinson, Joe Lettick, A. E. Lichta|( a pr e aent at th i s banquet, which enatein, Benjamin H. London, Coleman Magrill. Sam Malts, Ben Markowitz, A. Louia Mechlowita, Samuel Michaels, Herman Mintzer, Edward A. Moss, L. Marcus, Abe MarkoWit8, Paul II. .Marks, Victor Mell, Alex Miller, Norman Miraky, Irving Nathanson, Hairy Novask, Ralph Neufeld, Max OrovitZ, Morris Orlin, Sid II. Palmer, Louis Pokrcss. Dr. Benjamin Pollock, Maurice I.. Pastroff, Samuel Prusoff, Leon Pollack, Morris Raubfogel, Albeit Fauzin. Leo Robinson, Abis Rosen, Alex 11. Rosenfeld, Dr. Edward Roth. Herman Rubin, Edward S. Roth, Morris Rubin. Howard Rosen, dorf, Aaron Rauzin, A. M. Reder, I. M. Rose, E. G. Rosenbaum, re N ton A Friedman, secretary. Bottom row—R. R. Adler. Dr. Frank I oret, Samuel N. Halpert. George reuer, members of the banquet commi officers of the lodge, and E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the membership committee.



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    Friday, January 15, 1937 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Seven Society [OBO Honoring Founder of National Council of Jewish Women %  Philip Liberman was re-elected president and chairman of the board of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach Tuesday at the annual meeting of stockholders and directors. Arthur S. Lavine, president of Dade Pharmacies, was named a member of the board by the stockholders as they reappointed four others: Meyer Rauzin, president of the Standard Drug and Sundry Company; Samuel Blank, president of the Florida Sugar Distributors, Inc.; G. A. Selige, president of the Miami Baking Company, mid George Goldberg, president of the Florida Wholesale Grocery Company. Named as officers of the bank with Mr. Liberman were Judson I.. Owen, vice-president; Edward Mercer, cashier, and Bernard .1. Warner, assistant cashier. The Hon. Mrs. Ernest Franklin of London, who { ~ \ participate In the nation wide celebration held in honor of the Founder of the National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Hannah G. Solomon, founder of the National Council of Jewish Women, "'" honored in a nationwide celebration by Council Sections on January 11, 1937. Mrs. Israel Zangwill, wife of the eminent iflsh novelist jind ivright, v ^ from England in an International broadcast sponsored by the National Council of Jewish. Women. Miss Winifred Kydd, Dean of Women, Kings Universiy, Canada, one of the speakers from Canada in an International broadcast commemorating the 44th Anniversary of the National Council of Jewish Women. The social committee of the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai Israel had a special meeting at the house of Mrs. II. Jacobs and arranged for a cafeteria supper and card party, to be given at the congregation January 2-lth, beginning at 5:30. The Congregation B*nai Israeli I 1039 Arlington ave.—Friday night services at 8 o'clock; the sermon by Rabbi Morris Baunu!. Bubject i "Pharoism and Israelism." A reading will be given on Moses Montefiore by Harold Goldberg of the Hebrew school. Saturday morning services at 9, sermon, "The Era of Freedom." Mr. Jacob Adler, whot pen r.ame is B. Kovner, gave an even :.tf of laughter to an appreciative audience last Sunday night at Congregation B'nai Israel. ins said. "It comes to a close and brassy proximity, becomes a monstrous and uncontrolled riot, forms ranks again and disappears in the distance." Advance reservations for the Chasina concert indicate that one of the largest audiences of the season will hear him play. Tickets are on sale at the university and at Philpitt's Music store. Mrs. B. Woolfson and daughter, Judith Ann, of Fort Myers are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Schwartz. Mr. Rosen of New York and Mr. and Mrs. Agre and son of Burlington, Vt., are spending the winter here. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Who will leave for a short trip to New York Sunday St. Petersburg Notes Mrs. Molly Rosenberg rctuiwed from a trip to Miami, where she spent a week with her son and his family. Mr. M. S. Lew of Central ave. left for a business trip to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Falk and daughter, also Miss Sellia Rubin returned from a trip to Miami. Miss Rita Mardes, who was the holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Saltser, returned to her teaching job in New York. The Judaic Counsel had a regular meeting last Monday night and plans were completed for the carnival that will take place Sunday night, January iTtli. Tourists are cordially invited by the Congregation B'nai Israel, where it will take place. Mr. Owen was advanced from cashier, a position he has held since last July, when he came here from New York, where he was connected with the Irving Trust Company, and Mr. Mercer was formerly assistant cashier. During 193C the Mercantile National Bank paid 1G per cent in dividends to stockholders and increased its surplus fund from $150,000 to $200,000, Mr. Owen reported. Its resources were listed as $ %  '!,249,070.55 on December 31, 193G. Its deposits totaled $2,894,472.19 and its cash on hand and due from banks amounted to $1,841,990.22. Announcing the OPENING of SCHUBERTH'S Fish and Oyster Co. Your Choice of FRESH SEA FOODS Wholesale and Retail "LOW PRICES" S. W. CORNER F LAGLER ST BRIDGE AND MIAMI RIVER Abram Chasins, noted pianistcomposer, will be soloist in a concert with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra at Orchestra Hall, Miami High School auditorium, next Monday. The university orchestra will play Chasin'p "Parade" in the concert Monday. 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