The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 25, 1932
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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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Mayor Cleary Welfare Society (nnnpmc
Defies Opponent Holds Meetmng "~
Mayor Val C. Cleary appealed Last Monday afternoon the reg- CONGREGATION
Tuesday night to approximately 250 ular monthly meeting of the La- (Orthodox)
persons to re-elect him on Decem- dies' Auiir fteJws e- 1 W. Third Street
ber 20 because of "what I have faeBra a hl tKpa JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
hand riedto dofor iamiHall with a large number of mem- 54al thtiip r
At a polit cal rally in his cam- bers present. Because of the ill- services at 8:15 when Rabbi Cap-
paign headquarters in Washington neas of the president, Mrs. Julius lan will preach on "The Syna-
Avenue Tuesday night he chal- Simpson, the first vice president, togue, Its Birth and Develop-
Mrs. I. Levin, conducted the meet- oexnt il Aodiscuss on and question
,ing. A resolution of regret at the igadcnrgtoa ign
illness of the president and wishes will be observed. A social hour
for a speedy recovery were ex- will follow the services. Saturday
pressed and then all listened to an ImOinod svc e begin 5at 9MA. M.
jaddrerss by the well-known com- adMnh evcsa ,M

Vol. 5. No.7.


S ePaking


Over the morning cup of tes I
ruedapamphlet sent to me by I
e hief Rabbi of the British Em-
e.It consisted of the opening
desmade by Dr. J. H. Hertz,
chief rabbi, at the conference
Anglo-Jewish preachers. He
views the past few years an d
tes the facts bluaty "Turmit g
the continent," says thisL em.
ntrabbi, "we note with amaz~ed
rmthe growth of Hiitlerisan in i
an.An insane hatred has
repossession of large sections
the German people, a hatred
hihdoes not recoil from s~uch
orbeexpression as the dese-
tinof Jewish cemeteries. The
ital number of such cases is now i
,ver 117, with no fewer than 83
,f them the workr of girls and

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munal worker, Mr. Philip Lieber-
man, president of the Jewish Wel-
fare~ Bureau. In his speech he
stressed the problems confronting
the organization at the present
time and called upon all to join
'in helping to extend relief to the

311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
L. AXELROD. Itabbi
Regular Friday evening services

needy immediately. Named to begin a : o lc. saudy
represent the Auxiliary on the morninB services begin at 9
'Bbard of the Jewish Welfare Bu- o'clock and a sermon in Yiddish on
Kleinman, Harry Nevins, Hyman "The Ghetto of the Spirit," will be
Kleinman, Harry Navins, Hyman delivered by the Rabbi, Cantor
NPJ. Lev~y, A. I. Magid and S. H. Boris Schlachman will chant the
Lutsky. Mrs. Harry Nevins, chair- services. Regular Frlday evening
man of the charity boxes, report,- late services begin next week.
ed that a considerable sum had """'"
been realized from the boxes CONGREGATION B1lmAY DAVI
though not all boxes had as yet (Conservative)
been turned in. Announcements 19N .TidAea
willbe adeshotlyof wo en. At the late Friday altht serv-
etit affairs for the Auxiliarry, one ices tonight Cantor Nathlan Wroo-
to be eaos by the Phyalcal bel virfllchant the services and
'~u"~~"i~"r;; 'Ii~" ~a7iggs leadt~ IM~ .Coli~gritional inf~ingin

Norman S. Fregger, formerly of
Omaha, Ne'b., and employed by the
Drohibition section of. the depart-
ment of justice, will speak on
"Education in Judaism." A social
hour will follow the services. An
important announcement will be
made from the pulpit during to-
night's services.

137 N. B. Nineteenth Street
Council Sabbath will be observed
this Friday evening at the Temple
when members of the Miami Ju-
nior Council of Jewish Women will
take part in the services. Rabbi
Dr. Kaplan will make a briet ad-
dress commenting on the work of
the organizaiton. A social hour
winl follow.

COngregati0R 88s

Thursday morning the. Thanks-
giving service of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation was held
at the Synagogue with Rabbi Jo-
nah E. CaplaLn, in charge. The
services begazi prith an ,invoca-
tion by the Rabbi, then followed
singing by the children of the Tal-
mud Torah and Sunday School,
reading of P esident Hoover's
Thanksgiving proclamation Cy
Harvey Levin, a pupil of the Tal-
mud Torah, a prayer of thanks on
behalf of the pupils of the Talmud
Torah and Sunday Schol by S~tera-
ley Tannenbaum, a brief sermon
by Rabbi Caplan, and the princi--
pal address of the service on "The
Significance of Thankagiving," by
'Mr. James J. Marshall, president
of the Daide County School Board
Stanley Jamison will take prkQi itc
the program.. a::h,

tenged his opponent to reduce
taxes more than they have been
reduced. Mayor Cleary said the
city council had not co-operated f
with itim since' his election two

Those who indorsed Mayor Berkrewitch Ltevy, sd the other ,by
Cleary's candidacy and praised his Mirs. A. I. Marid A social how l
rlecordl as a public official were followed the business session. :
hCalph C. Pole, newly elected jus.
tic~e of the peace; James Hickland, ,
constable; Boris Schlachman, I g Fre dy I n~m
uantor of Congregation Beth Ja- wr a
cob; John W. IDuBosre, former RglRs WOl
county judge ast Jacksonville;
Glenn C. Mincer and M. V-iptor Meeting at Beth Jacob Congre-
])iller, attorneys; H. Wjassermba* gation, Miami Beach, Wednesday
hote opratr, ice resden tonight several hundred Jewish res-
Beth Jacob~ Congregadion; rSq.. .
L. Thayer, Mrsi. Rose Weis w idents of Greater Miann reorgan-
fare worker in" hjimi~ Beach~t fo i6 zed the Hebrew Friendly Inn,
12 years; Edwar~d F. Hammond, elected officers and directed a com-
manager of the Strath Haven Ho- Imittee to rent a home for the ear-
tel, and M. H. Hollingsworth, sec- flying on of its work. Food and
retary of the Miami Beach Apart- lodging will be provided for worthy
ment House Association and the Jewish transients who are with-
Property Owners' Association. out funds.
Stirring addresses were made

Rummage Sales by Rbe wonh E. aplian,onRabM
FOr 018 Benefit ot es.n de Hirsch Meyer, Miami
Beach City Councilman, was elect-
The Rummage Sales formerly ed president, Wolf Cohen, Jacob
conducted by the Sisterhood of Becker and Harry Wasserman,
conducted for the joint ben- vice presidents; Jacob Caplan,
Chesed Shel Emes will now be treasurer, and Boris Schlachman,
afit of the Chesed Shel Emes secretary. I. L.Mintzer, president
will now be conducted for the joint (of the Hebrew Friendly Inn since
benefit of the Chesed Shel Emes its inception, will head the board
Sisterhood and the Ladies Auxil- of directors, whose personnel will
iary of the Jewish Welfare Bu- be named next week.
reau according to an agreement Several hundred' dollars were
reached this week. Representing raised by voluntary contributions
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew. among those present. Resolutions
ish Welfare Bureau will be Mrs. of thanks for generous food con-
Manuel Rippar, chairman; Mrs. B. tributions were adopted in which
Hirshfield, Mrs. A. I. Magid, Mrs. many of Miami's Jewish merchants
Leon Elkin. Representing the Sis- were lauded. The Goldstrom Bak-
terhood of Chesed Shel Emes are ing Co., was especially motioned
Mrs. Isidor Fine, Mi~s. Morris Kot- because of the generous contribu-
kin, Mrs. R. Yanes and Mrs. S. Itions of bread made all last year.
Schwartz. All having clothes An installation banquet will be
they desire to contribute to this held soon at the home of the or-
worthy cause are urged to com. glanization at which funds wiBl be
manicate with any of the commit- raised to keep the good' worke gpo-
tee members, pnd the contribu- qg. .Full gletails will be published
tions will be oppp~d for. ~In our next issay,

omn" Further, he says, "A rUy itlin~
uieunforseen outburst of anti- Mrs. Sam
wish feeling ocenrred in Mex- Feldman,
co. The rioting and terrorism Mrs. M. K
the evenil
rgnzdagainst tlhe Jewish popi- wl h
lton in Mexico. City are a dis-nngws
neigportent gl athat ma yey t manity al
in store for our~ br~;ethren 11ivt than 'W
mnthe siritual grnudehlldren Schlachmt
fthe Inquisition in Latin Amer- Moe Har
** ** *winter res
Roumania--Vandalie dayarstationl address al
synagogues and barbarous de- yregation
ligof Sefer Torahs. Soviet president,
asi-the shadows deepen. Com- a be
iaton which will .. "What'k a token o:
asso well put' it, is bailiding a rendered
atTower of Babel, and one of as a ma
remain objects of that implow ]Mr. Adel
rject, now as then, is to sterrsm Ibut briefly
even and bantish God from the by Cantol
osand lives of naen. .. iesel an
Pdlestine -undier: the: British Ifeature of
asthere took place the worst mnent wert
masceof Jews in the Holy Larnd life by
inethe Crus'ades. Balgodnica- which rec
detuton of Jewis~h houses of The form
orhp has taken plae. in that Joath of o~
rawiegreat and one-time mod- ficers wat
Jelwish anniunity. .re a iin Shochet,

pofof the Tragedy of the Jew. mittee in
Another tragedy takes place in consisting
our midst. In the Land of the stein, H.
Free where the Jew breathes deep- teastmaste
ly the spirit of iberty, a men- and publ
acing cloud hovers above in the splendid 1
darkening horizon. A cloud of in- fair was
difference, of cessation of interest sing the
in spiritual Judaism. To quote monies w
thtmaster poet, Bialik--"Jewishl "Bensehen
mallife is adorned without E. Caplan
th fine-sounding phrases, and
wthtin--emptiness. The Judafam Rabb
piicreates is disappearing. The
siit sal foundations of the past At
are n stroyed, and new foundations
ar o being built up." Friday
are ami Jewry, please note: Plans Rabbi Dr
ige afot to establish a. Jewish Temple Is1
cmm~unity center here. An in- er at the
that/t Russia, as Dr. Weism~atnn ation of
than. Another esp of ten t Nb services t
eha ks, one is sufficient. What behalf of
ceyest thou, O reader T About the IHebrew
rnevr next week. Als on brief absence M
in iew of the rabbidleal altoation address th
weeksnerica. Andl s, wa n est; ple Isae:

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ins allati

tion at th~
rant last
dnmng ha

When all
the banql
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recited an
all was
the progr
ui Jonah
f uiirman, reti
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A anquet

th e most impressive af.
he season was the formal
h ere mhne o the Mi-
e Palatial Kosher Ret it
Sunday night. The large
rll was beautifully deco-

Swith the blue and8 whine
Dovid" predominating
the guests were seated
uet was opened with an
n delivered by Rabbi Jo-
Caplan. Grace was then
nd community singing by
led by Cantor Boris
an of the Beth Jacob
tion, Miami Beach. An
dinner was served and
by the formal part of
ram. Addresses by Rab-
I, president of the Ladies'
E. Caplan, Nathan Adel.
.ring president, Mrs. Ida
of the Congregation;
Veiner, president of the
rtion; Sam Futterfass and
,paport, vice presidents,
blum of Butler, Pa., Vic-
of Richmond, Va., Max
!in, H. M. Drevitch, Hiar-
i, Herbert E. Scher, and
Futterfass, Mrs. Charles
Mrs. Harry K~otkin, and
[otkin were heard during
ng. The spirit of good
radiated during the eve-
increased by the com-
aging. led~ 4tE M gg~j
'roobed, %'fntor Borls
an and Rabbi Sandor
During the evening Mr.
'is of N~ew York City, a
sident of Miami, made an
nd on behalf of the con-
presented the retiring
Mr. Nathan Adelman
?autiful silver platter as
f esteem for the services
to the congregation and
k of friendship from all.
man responded feelingly
y. Songs were rendered
r WKroobel, Rabbi A. S.
Id Cantor Schlachman. A
Sthe evening's entertain-
e two sketches of Yiddish
Mr. Joseph Greenberg,
leived marked applause.
lal installation and the
Iffice to the incoming of-
s administered by J. L.

Twhommbr dof het :::
charge of arrangements,
of Mrs. Max Kupfer-
M. D~revitch and' the
er were then presented
tiey thanked f or the
manner in which the af-
conducted. All stood to
Hatikyo and the cere-
ere concluded with the
",1 led by Rabbi Jonah

s to Speak

Tampa Friday
evnnDecember 2nd,
evening H. Kaplan of
ae bil be nuest speak-
Refoorm, J ish on re

TamaFl.,at teir
Tampa, as i speak in
the Union oi Amprhis
CongregaSiona Inhof ill
r. Harry Smnofi Tem-
re worship essia in Tm
l on "Tele ah i


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In "Winner Take All," Cagney
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prominent players, including Ma-

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Ph. 2-3261 435 W. Flagler St.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levenson of
Omaha, Neb., arrived here this
week to spend the winter season.
Mrs. Levinson is a sister of Mrs.
Harry Simon of this city.

Mr. I. Furman of Atlanta, Ga.,
a brother of Mrs.. Sydneyr L. Pal-
mer of this city, arrived here to
spend the winter season,

Classes in beginners' and ad-
vanced Hebrew have begun at
Temple Israel. Those desiring to
join these classes must report at
the Rabbi's study in Temple Is-
rael on Saturday morning at 9:30
for the advanced class, and on
Sunday morning at 9:30 for the
beginners' class.

Last Wednesday Rabbi Dr. Ja-
cob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel
was the principal speaker at the
Thanksgiving Day exercises in
Buena Vista School when he spoke
on "Thanksgiving Day."

A well-attended and pretty
bridge was held last Wednesday
night by the Junior Council of
Jewish Women at the honer of the
Misses Florence and Bessie Bes-
vinick. Co-hostesses for the eve.-
ning were the Misses Fay Sheldo^
and Ann Abrash. At a late hour
delicious refreshments were served.

Tonight at 8 o'clock Mr. S. Kaler
ofT Savannah, Ga., will speak o
Workmen's Circle Hall, 701 N. W*
Fifth Ave. The public is invited

knownan dp 1Iar rddishasp ak
er,. A social hour will follow the

A Sabbath Thanksgiving supper
w 11 be served Friday evening, No-
vember 25th, at 6:30 P. M., im-
mediately preceding the service*
Mrs. Bert Reisner is chairman of
the committee in charge of this
first of a series of Congregational
Sabbath suppers and she is being
assisted by Mesdames P. Schein-
berg, Louis Zeients, H. H. Miller,
Jacob H. Kaplan and D. J. Apte-

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SMore than seventy-five members Zucca in her master c ass St he Sunday morning at 10 on
o and guests attended a recent meet- Miami Conservatorymembeusic the Your Share." Leonard Tobisl
in n f the Mi~amli Beach Jewish iis also a chre mb o e deliver the sermonette on "T
in- mg oa Sett the Beth Jacob Con- Mana-Zuca Music Club, and pop- giving." In addition to thele
th- Social Stin a eouin were ular in a wide circle of friends. will be paes ~nui
helaoe ge ati ron. ~ Resolu tions w Mr. Mayers is from Montgom- pto avx Te rs, t h mns,
nd e adoptd ap Gove ersacton thel ery, Ala., where he received his sar nfthre adihe fireota
esabli rment of a community ce'!- education. For the last sevenbeosrdbyape g
vdter. The organization will take years he has resided here. He is on December 18th, with aprop
st part in Friday evening services now associated with Miss Druck- lasting a full hour. There
ed monthly and will conduct a serie-s erman's parents in the wholesale six guest speakers in addition
toof debates and other educational meat business. Following the the regular service. A spetiall
en- work during the season. Officers marriage, the couple will reside sical prgoram for the occasion
nd of the Club are Murray Grossman, here. being arranged. The names ofl
.d pres dent; Jack Stern, vice presi- sekeswilbeknone
nde dent; Edith Silverman, secretary; As we go to press Eanhweek before the date of the
hePaula Thaler, treasurer; Irene Un- Chapter O. E. S. is entertaining at anniversary program. The
dly corresponding secretary. The a Thanksgiving party following SnggeBleicnan
Board of Governors are: Sylvia the business meeting, at the Scot- prints of the weekly sermal
,in Chauncey, Sylvan Dubler, Ralph /tish Rite Temple. Games are be- mk t is paac
in Grossman, Marion Levi, Nathan ing played, and refreshments ideo ecme.Alm
nn Nussbaum and George Thaler. served. A full account will ap- of the Rdof Synagoger wi8ma
.nd of *h *ai pearou inanealyisu
eyea i an earl i ceive copies of the Bulletin a~
vid Da S oRom e dt nocking the ears off a person if rmatio se wishing diti
er- da ih ttehm fMrs. is not just a figure of speech usee; with Rabbi Macht i cmmn
Iby ay nghtat te hoe o
byFrank Solomon. Plans for the by prizefighters.
Ine wr the co ttee in the fur- It actually happened to James """
ley~e work of ofea mmis and parties for Cagney--ance more than once_- rian Nixon, Virginia Brace, i
e-t t heransteerhood were discussed and during the filming of his latest Kibbee, D~ickie Moore, AIllnl
ertill be announced shortly. Follow- Warner Bros. picture, "'Winner
arl th buiesmeigasca aeAl" cmn the Tivoli i T VL
seor wabusenessand efeeneh ent Teter extcS ytyaond Monday. TVL
wr evd. As a much a uttered prizefighter,
were O sev the makeup artist provided him w.FasContisho---2 toda $.M
Mto An important meeting of tewith a cauliflower ear moulded 1aie 15c Evealg I
m-Ladiesi' Auxiliary of the Miami with pretty. In the many fight f S**MHa., Nov. 27.28
raJewish Orthodox Congregation will scenes in the picture, Cagney took JAEICAN Y
ure be held next Tuesday evening No- some harsh bkcws on this organ "WINNER TAKE8 ALL"
a mber 2L9th, be inning at 8 P. M. lof hearing with the result that the Added-Chase ComedyIUYIIUIIIII
Im >oxtant business will be trans- end of the bouts found him mmnus
acted and all members and friends his cauliflower ear. g9L$Q
tf the organ ztionouarwiulTe lo fAnsdaign ra prole nts rlahy: PIERRE'S
rht hbuiesssin it would land during a clinch. Be- BEAUTY SHOP
Lx- *; sides the regulation two seconds, special da In Balreatsr and FlaI
Ne ext Monday evening, Novem- Cagney had to have the make-up urN. E. Ils A E.
ber 28th, beginning at 8 o'clock, Iman in his corner sad his oppon- Phese s-assa
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the Junior Hadassah will hold
an important meeting at Kaplan
iHall. One of the features of this
e-meeting will be an illustrated lec-
bur Rn t br Uivri a
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of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney We
traub, celebrated his third birl
day with a party Monday at t
home of his grandparents, Mr. a
Mrs. Isidor Cohen.
Games were played and Da~
Lewis entertained the small guel
with songs. The children all join
in singing "Happy Birthday"
the host, who was assisted in ~
tertaining by his mother
grandmother and Mrs. Edward
Schultz. Florence Cromera
Nancy Strunk assisted with t
games. Attractive bags of can
were given as favors.
Among other guests were Edw
and Jack Barker, Jack and Edwl
Schultz, Alice Jean and Betty A
Lanier, Elmer Oliphant, James a
Donald Cole, Margaret and Shirl
Perry, Marcella Schwartz, Da~
and Sheila Lewis, Allen Fogg, J(
ry Frazel, Lois Markowitz, Bob
Little, Jr., Muriet Fisher, Arli
Solomon, Billy Noble, Shirl
Frances Richter, Freddy Karl L
taw, Harbey Relman, Gilbe
Freedman, Donald Axelrod, Per
Shapiro, Henry Thompson Clo
Tommy Guyton, Ann Emerson.

Miss Mary Barber, secretary
the president of the Albury Stea
ship Co., will leave Saturday for
combined business and please
trip to Nassau. She will spend
week there.

pA meeting ef ie iB ad of e
Social Set was held Monday nig
at the home of Rabbi Lazarus A

dub n eis of wely dan
will begin at the Miami Bea
Golf and Country Club Thursd
evening ,December It, and spec
these affairs throughout the sc
son. "Work Toward Our Co
munity Center" has been adopl
as the slogan of the club.

The Young People's Bible Cl;
of Beth Jacob Synagogue me
every Sunday morning at the SI
agogue at 10 o'clock and is stuck
ing Post Biblical History, Currc
Events and Jewish customers a
festivals under the direction
Rabbi Axelrod. ..

t ne had to have a hairdresser with

SWeekls a eetingseofth oSu da
gregation are held at Rabbi Axel-
rod's home every Tuesday eitening.
Miss Estelle Siegel is a new mem-
ber of the staff and will be in
charge of the kindergarten class.
The work of the school is discussed
at these meetings. Plans for the
elaborate Chanuka program are be-
ing formulated to be held at the
Ida M. Fisher High School De-
cember 28th. One of the features
will be a miniature service with a
youthful Rabbi conducting the tra-
ditional srevice.

Wednesday, D~ecen her 14th, Mrs.
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Plans for a benefit bridge on
December 1st for the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau are being made with Mrs. A.
I. Magid as the sponsor. Another
rm efteebri ge iteng panined

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Druckerman
anonunce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Frances Drucker-
man, to Oscar Mayers, the son of:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Meyerowitz of this
city, the wedding to take place in
the late spring.
Miss Druckerman came to Miami
from New York city, where she re-
cevied her early training in music,

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Around the



Hell, folkrs! Is everybody hap-

Well, it's all over tonight. Ev.
eryone has left and all that re-
mains are fond memories. An-
other homecoming has come and
gone. It was wonderful while it
lasted but the aftermath is a dif.
ferent story. Althe happy every-
one is so, so tired! And imagine
the feeling trying to get down to
studying again. I'm running a
little bit ahead of the story so Ill
endeavor to give youl a slight pie-
ture of this wonderful homecom-
Friday afternoon, the 18th,
dates, visitors, etc., began pouring
into town, classes were let out, fra.
ternity houses were being decorat.
ed. Thousands of people riding
and walking here, there, and ev.
Activities started immediately.
At the stadium the U. of Fla.
freshmen football team played Ga.
State's frosh. It was a spectacu.
lar game with Florida coming out
ahead 20-15. In the evening the
dances started. These lasted till
12 P. Mi., at which time late dates
were in order; at 6 A. Mi. everyone

Friday, November 25, 1932
Vol. 5i. No. 47.


It is but a trite commonplace
to say that no people's life-in the
elemental sense of the word--is
so utterly dependent upon 'educa-
tion as is that of the Jewish peo-
If the growth of the child Jer-
ishly is to be gulided sad stimn-
lated, it is obvious that the child
must receive a substantial amuont
of Jewish innformnaion---that it
must be trained in the disciplines
of Jewish character, and that its
emotional life must be charged
with Jewish sentiments. The his-
toric memory of Israel must be-
come a part of its individual con-
sciousness, and the vision and hope
of our people must become a vital
element in the Jewish child's out-
look upon the future.
The abnormal status of the prob-
lem reduces us to the necessity
(and this is the essence of the, dif-
ficulty) of crowding the work of

homtask n pnroblm si Ant t

the child by the regular school and
fits other normal activities.
The survival of Israel, as a
worth-while intelligent, self-re-
garding and vital minority in the
world is directly proportional to
the intensity, to the range and to
the steadiness of Jewish education.


There is a tradition among us---

desonano hee,iahbrn and ot~he
glory of our tradition is carried
On. Whether this legend be true
or not, this certainly is true: that
our heritage has been redeemed

rn sditr ns itted ineach eins 3.

sentially correct. Israel's Torah
and Israel's teaching have been
prsrved by Israel's children.
This truth must become the
compelling urge of our genera.
to.Outsiders won't earry on the
loyof Judaism. That must be
thte w'ork of Jews--the bearers and
erpreters of Judaism. We par-
.nsof the present will die. We
mutsee to it that when wre are
one our children will take our
Tewihents in Russia, where the
ei hritage may disappear in
generations because there *has
"pl andewish education, is ex-
p a warning.
plw~e love our tradition and our
n e, we will Insren their con.
puance by the Jewish educato~h~ ~rf t iron l

Ientertainers~ will be head during

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The Miami Chapter of A ZA

day during December. Speakers
of note, vaudeveille entertainment,
and refreshments will be provided
during the evening. Fall details
will appear in an early issue.

Monday nitht basketball prae-
tice will be held forit~imse interest- i
ed at the Y. M. C. A. at 7:45
P. M. Sunday at 2 P. M. the
strong Hollywood diamondball team
will play a team of the Hebrew
Athletic Club at Flamingo Park,
Miami Beach, beginning at 2
P. M. Nat Blamberg was elected
captain of the team and will b
in charge Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretz-
man are now located in their new
home, 1010 Pennsylvania Ave., Mdi-
ami Beach, where they will be
happy to greet their many friends. 1

A signal honor was paid this
week by the Community Chest
when Mrs. Bernard Simon was
chosen as a member of its board
of directors, she being the only
Jewess selected to the board. Mrs.
Simon has been an active worker
in local communal affairs since her
residence in Miami, having served
as president of the Loyalty Club
of Emunah Chapter, O. E. S., now
an officer of Emunah Chapter;
president of the Senior Council of
Jewish Women, and pubicity di-

fresh caps waving in the air; ahd

orange and blue of Florida. What
a delight for the eye! The game
pitted two good teams together and
although Florida lost---< to 0-- it
went down fighting hard.
Dances and fun galore marked
the conclusion of the mammoth
1932 Homecoming. The exodus
began and by sun-down Sunday the
eity dropped wearily from its ex-
Miami was well represented up
here. Our girls ranked amongst
the cream of the crop. They were
all rushed off their feet. This is
literally true. The girls were:
Millicent Rulbin, Charlotte Kohn,
Ruth Sontag, and Bernic Watts.
All left a lasting impression with
the boys.
The Miami alumni and visitors
(msen) were much more plentiful.
I don't know if I11 be able to re-
member all the men, but here goes:
Goldie Goldstein, Charley Wein-
atein, Morty Fay, Irving Apple-
baum, Jerry Goldsmith, Aaron
Manner Harry Bass, Jack Atkrins,
Gus and Clarence Feuer, Morris
Solomon, Eddie Roskin, Ben Silver
and Bunny Beldner.
Normally with all this news I
would be able to write a book but
I'm sure you all realize that after
such a wReek-end one is not quite
so ambitious. Sleep is claiming
me for its own so Il say, "See You
ito Miami," and "sorry that you all
were not here to enjoy a splendid
Homecoming with me."

The Womans Club of the -Work-
mens Circle is sponsoring a supper
at the Workmens Circle Hall, 701
N. W. Fifth Ave., Sunday evening,
December 4th. Admission will be
twenty-five cents. A number of

The Fellowship Club of Temple
Israel meets every second Wednes.
day of the month at K~aplan Hall.
A very elaborate program has
been planned for the December
meeting, full details of which will
appear in an early issue.

The Books in Brief Club held
its regular bi-weekly card party
last Monday night at the home of
Mrs. I .Kotkin in Cocoput Grove
when Oscar Wilde's plays were re-
viewed by Mrs. Dave Solomon.
Following the review a very inter-
esting discussion was held and this
was followed by a social hour at
which delicious refreshments were

The Sunshine Kosher Market at
434 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
opened for the current winter sea-
son last Wednesday with a com-
plete line of everything that one
might desire in groceries, delica-
tessen, meats, poultry, vegetables,
etc. The large and commodious
store has been renovated and
makes a very attractive appear-
ance. Free delivery at no extra
cost is one of the policies of the

Mrs. Moe Harris of New York
and Miami will be the hostess to
the worshippers at the late Fri-
day night services of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation, at
a social hour following the lecture
service. During the social hour,
Mr. Joseph Greenberg will give a
humorous Yiddish reading, and
several appropriate songs by a
well known vocalist will be heard.

Council Sabbath will be cele-
brated tonight by the Junior
Council of Jewish Women at Tem-
ple Israel. In addition to an ad-
dress by Rabbi Dr. J. H. Kaplan,
who wil comment on the work of
the organization, those taking part
in the service are the Misses Syl-
via Miller, Bea Schaff, Pauline
Schonfeld and Sylvia Dreisen.
Ush rs will in s is tea ns 1

event that is nationally observed
by all chapters

Next Monday evening, Novem-
ber 28th, Beth David Sisterhood is
planning a gala card party at its
Talmud 'lorah Hall when Mes-
dame Fr nk Solomon, Dave Bo-
mesJackanSimon and Stanley C.
Myrs will be the hostess. Prizes
will be given for high scores and
refreshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend.

Yestreday special Thanksgiving
services sponsored by th elw-
ship Club were held at Tebmple
Israel when Rabbi Dr. Jaco"T H
Kaplan delivered an address, Te

no st. Inadoo the n a b'

was presented by the members of
the Club. ..e

Mr. B. Silverman ch who wcas
View Inn, Miami eaehwb o t k
injured last Mondayl wen atmicis
by an auto is conva escing a i
home. 4aa

Morethan12 tbles of bridge
were in play last Tue dy n rties
sonsoed of the benefit of the
La res Aux liarye of the Miamni
Jws rthod x Congregation.
JM wshNathan Adelman and Mrs.
N than Abramson were the host-
esses. The doo 1rs fa B l n a.
Mrs. M. Rosenbu delicious, re- I
During the evenmng deiou rei
fl~e~shmnts were served .I

sis M~onths ...
aOn Year ......

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rector for the Senior Htadassah,ae'a tntI ol eago
besides being active in the Miami lidea to get some sleep.
Women's Club and other non-Jew- This was Saturday afternoon.
ish organizations. All the distinguished notables were
there. The stadium was packed io
~g~gg~g~capacity. The stands were a won-
a ~dreful background of color; the
Meandermng girls' vari-colored dresses and
coats, the conservative solid attire
srournd of the men, the uniforms of the
Tech and Florida bands, the orange

We walk into what we have been
told was a modern conservative PH
congregation. None ofthese old-l l~Te U )
fashioned beliefs are tolerated
here. Everything must be up to C
date. Nothing else would do. But
what is this ? A weird sight
.strikes the eyes. We are astound,,TEPULY

em. cAouend the lan g "i s dg s ema ns
coun whn te sxto tels s, et isd (atid H) ou ond hm all
"throme ren eatly atwor hundred

and fifty candles burning." We we can;
inquire as to what this typifies in Let the world's riches, which dis-
the modern conservative service. pm sed lie,
The sexton is loath to tell. We in- IContract mnto a span.
nature among others, and finally
we are advised. A certain "Doc- So strength first made a way,
tor" is observing the "Yahrzeit" of Then beauty flowed, then wis-
his "seliger" father. A very re- dom, honor, pleasure;
nowned and pious man was he, andWhn lmsalwsouGd
therefore this unusual display of Perce g atha aoeo alHs
tapers. Yes .. a display of me- terceasngtat, ao f l
dieval ignorance in a MODERN tra re
synagogue. What a paradox! Rest in the bottom lay.

This time we land in a strictly For if I should (said He)
Orhtodox Shul. We arrive just Bestow this jewel also on my
when the reading of the portion of I creature,

and Sam still made no move.

SSa s in despar r he ae

daecided to drop a hint. -

"Abe, old man," he said one day,
"don't you think that your wife
and children would be glad to have
you with them for Chanukah?"
"You're right! cried Abe, while
Sam rejoiced. 'You're right! Ill
send for them!"

1.ittle Yankel had been begging
for more spending money, and his
father was trying to argue with
the boy.
"My father never gave me the
money I give you for pleasures,"
he complained.
"Oh," answered Yanktel, "but I.
come from a better family."

tarna Ta tig Camp fr te is
time in his life, and enrolled for
the summer. He was assigned -o
the cavalry, although; he knew
nothing at all about horses.
One day his commanding officer,
a hard-boiled colonel, told him to
report to his headquarters at a
certain hour. Isaac was on time,
an~d he received the following com-
mand: "Private Levinson, take mry
Isorse down and have him shod."
For three hours the colonel im-
patiently waited for his horse. Fla-
ally. exasperated, he sent for
"Private Levinson," he demand-
do, strealy, "w~here~ is the horse I
told you to have shod T"
"Oi!" gapdlaagwigpl
around the gills. "Oll Did yea say

thewee isin rogess Ik newoud adore my gifts instead

on nihr ie at veeah, g Ando rse brnature, not the God
tleman is acading the law. We lis- Sof bothhuldlses b.
ten. Something's strange. We Sobt hudlsr~e
ponder carefully. At once we
realize that the Reader is chanting Yet let him keep the rest,
the Torah in the Rosh Hashono But keep them with repining
style. We wonder. What is this ? restlessness;
Is this some outstanding Shabbos Let him be rich and weary, that at
that Rosh Hashono "niganim' s least,
must prevail? And then we look' If goodness lead him not, yet
up. A smile covers the faces of the wearmness
honored Rabbi and the rest of the May toss him to my breast.
Congregation. The Rabbi makes a --43eorge Herbest.
valiant but futile attempt to have
the reader chant in the usual man. Abe went to visit; his friend Sam
ner. Poor fellow, the taste of in New York late in October. Ev-
"Yomtovdige Mlaacholim" still lin- erything went well for a few days,
gers in his mouth, he can't forget but after Abe had been his guest
Rosh Hashono. And so he chants I
on until the very end. We've heard for two weeks, Sam thought he
of Satan and the Sholar, but never had imposed on his hospitality*
of "Kreeah"! 1The weeks lapt"prassng, however,

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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss enter-
tained a number of friends imme-
diately after the service last Sat-
urday morning at Moose Hall in
celberation of the Bar Mitzva of
their son Walter. The Haftorah
was recited by 'Walter in a very
creditable manner and he also de-
livered an interesting address. A
luncheon was served to all the
guests and worshippers.
Plans for a benefit dance were
made by Bnai Brith Lodge 1146 at
their meeting last week, as well
as for a series of benefit bridges,
all of which will be announced in
an early issue of the Jewish Flor-

Beth Israel Sisterhood sponsored
a card party last week in the re-

Prie swer ve t em hgn soe
winner at each table and delicious

chrg ehf arangee ents weeMean
dame Da Feldman, Carl N.
Herman asd Mrs. Gaspar.

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Dr L Schwarkz
Ise now located at 211 Rep~lt
[Building, opposite Post Ofica
Telephone 3-1361. Sciendf
chiropody and orthopedic wgi
done reasonably. New Jr
and Florida I~censed. Suece
to Dr. Louis Rosen.
........................ annum.llll

FGoldman, E. c'tn
and Harry Herman, chairman of
the committee. This committee
has arranged for an entertainment
and package party to be held De-
cember 5th at 8 P. M., at 921 9th
St., North, aa*

The circumcision of the new~
born son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Davis took place on Wednesday,
sov. 23rd, in the presenese of many
local and Tampa frien *

Rabbi A. S. tKle neld is none
of the guests as inrgvnb
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuchs on Thanks-
giving Day.

The Junior Hadassah, Jewish or-
ganization of Miami, sponsored its
second Turkey Trot dance at Mahi
Shrine Temple, 1415 Biscayne boul.
yeard, Wednesday night. A num-
ber of entertainment features,
were presented, including Steve
Briodie, the blackface comedian;
Sam Troupe, tap dancer; Bert
Reisner, singer; Prof, F. W. Kehl
and Miss Brown in a tango dance.
Leo Ackerman was master of cer-
emonies. Mrs. S. Rotfort was
chairman of the committee of ar-

At a well attended meeting last
Wednesday the Hebrew Athletic
Club discussed plans for a home
for the organization. A commit-

SWe print the following a-
peal at the earnest re aet
of the Federation of Ortho-
Sdox Rabbis of America. It

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as ert .TADO IIf~N I

Beth Israel Temple holds reg.
ular Friday evening services with
Dr. Carl N. Herman officiatingg
and delivering a sermon.

Beth El Sisterhood sponsored a
weekly card party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, 611 Avon
Road, with Mrs. B. Wax as hostess.
Prizes were awarded at each table
,and delicious refreshments were

Beth El services are held every
Friday night at the Moose Hall
with Mlessrs Solomon and Moss

Mrs. S. Scher returned to the '
city after an absence of three
months spent visiting New York
and other Northern points. She
was accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Dobro*

Students attending the football
game at Miami last week included
the Misses Lins, Schrebnick, and

An important meeting of Beth
El Congregation was held Wednes-
ry .nigh at th home of Mo} and

rs. Marshall Feiga, the flow

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Notes which will be held S~unday even:
December 18, at Beth Dai
officersmand gggg md Tora HIei wre noa

week the fol- gregation Bnai Israel will be at 8 for the equipment of quarter
Jewish com- o'clock. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's the club. In addition to dra
e elected tol m sermon will be "Abraham, the Fa- and an interesting programs 4
board of di- their of Nations." Saturday morn- tertainriete rits gets attendli
J p ad mng service at 9 o'clock. Sun ay be served refreslhments. Coma
J. Ape anSchool at 10 A. M. and daily He- tee chairmen appointed at
re-elected to brwcassfo o8P meeting included Harry Lipscb
er, 1935; J.***. membresrhip; Osear Argintar,
Mrs. Bernard The Social Committee of Bnal tertainment, and David Rosent
Rbers of the Israel was reorganized with the publicity director.
until Novem- :following members: J. Fuchs, Ed.
i Libr-HHnkri -lllllllmIIIlnWIII

Conmun ty
Elet (

directthe electienM
Sity Chest held last ~
lowing prominent
munal workers wer(
serve on its general
rectors, Messrs. Day
Isidor~ Cohen were
serve until Novemnb
Gertild Lewis and
iSimon are new mem
board and wiill serve

oebr, 1934; and Mr. P p li
man will serve until 1933 repre-
senting the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau on the Community Chest
Board of Directors.

SHadassah Food
Sale Is Held
One ~ """-- th o t s c sful
baked g ds ad ntoo succ o its
history was held by the Miami
Cape dfSenior Hadassahth e
Flagler Street locations. In charge
of arrangements and directing the
sales were Mrs. D~ave Bogen and
Mrs. Mannie Wesson. Assisting
them were Mesdames Bernice Co- I

Prominent Miami Beach
Communal Worker

JeieWSh Councilman
TK Aain Candidate
Baron De Hirsch Meyer, prom-
inent attorney and city councilman
of Miami Baech this week an-
nounced that he would be a candi-
date for re-election at the Miami
'Beach election on December 20th.

Ihen, L. Zeientz, Milton Wiener, J. He has made a splendid record dur-
SHartz, Mary Kleinman, Alex Gold- ing his two years in office and will
stein, Harry Orlin, A. Orovitz and receive- the support of many Jew-
Sam Kats. Part of the proceeds i sh and non-Jewish residents of the
were donated to the Jewish Welfare Beach. Mr. Meyer is an ardent
Bureau. The Chapter expresses its ;Zionist and has taken part in much
smecere thanks to all who donated lof the Jewish communal acitvities
cakes and foods. of the city. Wednesday night he
-._---- was chosen president of the He-
plans for the future of the congre- brew Friendly Inn.
gation were discussed.
~Beth David
In celebration of their fifteenth
wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sponsors Dance
Sam A. Gold tys ttt~~~~~t~~~~~. i entertained at
their home oniik2ieth street, Fri- A gala event in local affairs will
day evening. Quantities of beauti- be the dance being sponsored by
ful flowers, which had been sent the Steering Committee of Beth
Mrs. Goldstein by friends, were David Synagogue on Sunday eve-
used about the house for decora- ning, December 4th, at Beth David
tions. Dancing was enjoyed during Talmud Torah Hall. In addition
the evening after which a buffet to the dancing, novel entertain-
supper was served* ment will be presented for the en.
As asurris to he ostandjoyment of the guests. Assisting
hostess, a mock wedding was pre- in this affair is a committee from
seated by a group of friends. Mrs. the Beth David Sisterhood headed
Cy Argintar was the bridegrom; by Mrs. Harry Oliphant. In charge
Maurice Pastroff, the bride; Joe ofarneet o hsdnei
H. Lesser, the minister; Mrs. Dave a carrtte gementdfobthi dance is
Feldman, the matron of honor and omon ee rn o-

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in the future conduct th sruril yoronsk.Mse 1e
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resent the organizations loh """"""""""""===dm......
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau. I sin-
cerely hope many years of
b alth aond happiness will n H I E 0 T E W T R

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