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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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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wJewisti ftcridian
Vol. 6. No. 35.
I IORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1933.
Price Five Cents
Zionist Congress,
Ends Protracted
Sessions.
Prague. From this close pers-
pective there Is little that can be
said i" praise ol the lHth World
Zionist Congress which concluded
. -ions five days after I hoy
upposed to end. its travails
and result justify the opinion wide-
lj expressed thai it should have
been postponed in view ol the tragic
inner conditions of the World Zion-
existence of the Jewish people,
composed or postponed. The Zion-
however, proved unequal to the
occa Ion and we must look for re-
deeming features which are few In-
deed.
outstanding consolation i>
the new Zionist Executive pre-
an Imposing array of per-
Ities. Dr. Chaim Weizmann's
rving loyally and determina-
tion to head the difficult rescue
work in behall ol the German Jews
mother. The explanation of his
n fusal to accept the presidency ol
in- Zionist Organization when ii
asily within his reach may be
in ins general disapproval ol
nal and party quarrels and his
to be ol service without b< -
ubji cted to petty politics,
the exclusion ol large Zion-
Mi. from the now administra-
te d ilored it may be
o be beneficial in the long
run because the responsibll
i tralized. Upon labor re*
v and r-.pi nsiblc burden and
hopi hat It u. ei II
isly and prudently,
till room for conciliation
up one thing
a result of thi
hal t thi archaii >n-
ri i edure must be ch
;i this
c ommit-
oi i. oul a in procedu
n ;re ises.
the old excuse
musl crowd
fortnight's agenda the pi i
ntary work thai take.-, months
tablished nations, but this
Is no answer to the con-
hysterics and rancor thai
marked the last few con-
Judging from the tactics of
i !.' visionlsts al this coi .....;
Mope thai they will regalan
. os and thus remove a
obstacle In the way ol bettei
n n i. We are perhaps lucky
i 'alestine is a going com i i
spite ol in> nsions
but the World Zionist Organization
must reform il it wants to keep it-
:Hf liked with the pi I Eretz
i i as in the past.
Prague The 18th World Zion-
i i congress dosed its protracted
with the reelection <>i Dr.
Nahum SokOlOW as president ol the
World Zionist Organization and the
Ion ol a coalition Zionlsl Ex-
ecutive oi nine comprli ing rep
i aborltes, the newly
Pi n .< group ol Gen-
i d the Radical! I hi
Mizrachl and the
so-called Group B i I i ti neral Zion-
ists arc not represented In the new
'Continued on page three)
Mayor Sets Air
Race Dates
Alter a conference with city com-
missioner.,. Mayor V. <; .Scwoll an-
nounced the dates for the sixth an-
nual Miami All-American Air races.
They will occur Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, Jan 11. il' and 13.
Dunne the past five years, the
social and sporting i vents, centered
around the Miami All-American Ait
races, have Signified the official
opening ol the Miami season This
Mar they win be more brilliant and
oi broader .cope than ever before.
The entire New Year's week will be
Organization. The crying need B'ven over to these events, climaxed
ol the moment was a demonstra- Pv 'he greatest airplane attendance
lion ol Jewish unity against the al anv meel In aviation histry. The
Hltlerism which is threatening the record waa broken last yea. when
quarrels should have been three hundred airplanes of all types.
represent in:: the latest civilian high
speed developments, and the most
effectltve aerial fighting weapons
ed by the army, navy and
marine corps engaged In mid-win-
ter maneuvers
Special piano, are being m
the Greater Miami Hotel Men's As-
soclation In order to comfi b
house the racing pilots, members of
the aviation industry and air fans
from all over the United States who
gather annually tor these events.
New Rabbi
Arrives Hero
i'. bbi Julius Wascher a graduate
i the R ibbl Isaac Elchanan 1 I o
i
University of New York, ar-
rived hen ibis morning to
his dui il .
ation. lie will dun
prvii dui ing he high holiday
and will preach the sermon in
English and Yiddish. On his ar-
rival he w,i. looi by o
from the ai d Ladies'
Auxiliary. Rabbi Wascher
ac ivi fl 'lire in the
II
oi note.
Slichoth To
Be Observed
"Slichoth" will be ob ei ved I
daj i",oi:' '. Sept. 16, al Beth
On, Miami BC tch, al 1';
p. m, with Rabbi Rosenbloom
preaching the sermon, and Cantor
nmis Schlachman chantin
Miami Jewish Orthodox congi
lion. Rabbi Julius \\',i .-Ii' r will
preach a sermon precedin
ices promptly at 11 "ill p. m. and
Cantor Nathan Wroobel will
An Open Letter
KOSHER?
Beth El Synagogue Jewish News
Being Completed Around The
World
Last Wednesday morning, in an
advertisement of She Holsum Cafe-
terias, there was listed among the
items of food to be served thai day.
"Kosher corned beef and cabbage."
Knowing that the cafeteria is not
acknowledged!; equipped for the
serving of Kosher foods, and, also
aware of the fact that such an ad-
vertisement is in violation of a city !
ordinance controlling the sale of
Kosher" foods. I sought to cheek
tliis misleading, or. at best, mistaken
notice before any great harm was
done. At the Office of the llol-um
Cafeteria, when i came iii person to
talk to Mr, Dumas. I was told that
the gentleman had just returned
from a trip and was "too busy" to
see me.
I know the argument thai will be
given me:"Those who eat at the
llolsnm, thai is. those Jews, are not
concerned with Kashruth. That'!
their matter." I giant the truth and
wisdom that does not give anyone the right
to trample our religious sentiment*
Under foot, or to ridicule what is to
millions of .lexis a holy mailer and
a k red ritual ill the preparation
Of (heir food. I'll grant van thi I
the observant Jew, eager for Kosher
food and zealous in his Faith, doe*
not eat iii such restaurants. But,
his feelings in the matter are.
WI theless, very clear. Von, in
jest, may label a pig. "kosher." No
one "ill be misled by it. yet. the
Jew will revolt at the sl?ht. Even
the ham-eating and pork-eating
Ii resents such flaunting ri'li cl-
ef a sacred rite to bis people.
Inyone, In the least fam'liar with
the Jewish, Dietary Laws will recog-
nize the utter Impossibility of serv-
"kosher" corned beef and < ib
bagc by the Holsum Cafeteria In Ihe
in rmal day's routine. This unfo
lunate incident, while possibly not
intended to attract those Jews who
reek Kosher food, is evidence of the
Ii xitj lb.it exists in Ihe ortho los
fold and in the field Of Ki hi :'
While ii maj nol appear jusl to
permit lews to advertise and to sell
"Virginia ham." and to previ it nun
Jewi from advertising and elllng
"kosher corned beef and cabbage"
it is a in.liter for the non-Jews to
act upon. Would to God thai they
COUld go SO far as to prevent Jew!
from eating the "Virginia ham."
They would then have succeeded
where the Torah bad failed,
Such thoughtless advertising and
even, innocent misrepresentation
Construction of a synagogue for
members ol Congregation Beth El
is well under was and is expected
to be completed sufficiently for oc-
cupancy by sept. 17. J. Snelder,
president ol the congregation, an-
nounced Wednesday. It is being
constructed on the south side of
Fern .street a hundred feel east ol
lap idllla avenue.
DENY REPORTED TRADE
AGREEMENT BETWEEN GER-
MANY AND I'M ESTINE,
The temple will be a modern fire-
London. The Colonial office
has officially denied anj knowledge
ol :.'... 'in .in. ai :
thi Gei man Land 'i rade League in
Berlin that II has conclud "i a h?-
I : agreement with Palestine that
prool structure ol cement blocks provides for Gei man importation of
and steel and will resemble in cer- io.000.ooo mark.- worth ol Palestine
tain respects a Gothic style of ar- oranges in exchangi I r whic' P '-
Chitecture. ne will accept 20.000.000 marks
Its cost will be approximately $3,- worth of German industrial goods.
500 and it will sent 200 persons. Mr. The arrangements also provide ""-
Snelder said. The synagogue is be- the goods arc to be transported m
ne.: constructed by the shirk Con- German ships. According to the

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struction Co.
Work is proceeding rapidly in or-
der thai the synagogue may be
completed sufficiently for use by
about Sept. 20. when the Jewish
holiday, begin. Work began Mon-
da and the concrete foundal li n
alreadj b en completed.
The i on re ;ai Ion was formed
here nearly IS years ago. In re-
cent yi ai.- ii ha mi t at 4bi s \
eniii st., but last \>ar the com-
munity house was loi i al foi
ure sale, Since thai time thi
Ion, numb
onducti d regular sen -
Ices al various meeting place:
throughout the city, determined Ilia
the loss ot the house should nol re-
ull in disbanding of the member-
i Ip Mr Snelder said.
ought nol to become a practice. The
rellgii us sentiments of a portl.....>i
the rommunitj should be consider-
ed. The word "kosher" stands foi
ton much to be proiniscuouslj used;
lews hive undergone tor-
ture to adhere to the I is of Kash-
i li t II for il lo.be abased; but, possi-
I enough violators of the law
ft been punished for the lesson
la -ink deepl) Into the minds ol
both Jewish and non-Jewish butch-
el and re- t.iiuanters. who seek to
make capita! oul of the Jew's wil -
ingness and readiness to sacrifli
ti r bi-. religion.
Please exercise caution ami < m-
- ill.ration for the scruples of you;
neighbor before you make public a -
nouncements. And, abova a", wh
dealing with a matter of which yoi
are ignorant. Inform yourseii
through consulting pn authoritj or
that partlculai subji ct.
RABBI s .1. MACHTEI.
OlR DUTY NOW
,

SOON we shall bear the solemn and mournful strains of the "Insane Tnkrf" recited in the syna-
gogues In a stillness and quiet that is awes,,,,,,. and inspiring. And when the ( anloc in bis
repetition of this, one of the most important prayers of the year, slowly anil sonorously intones the
phrases "who shall be Inscribed for life, and who for death: who for health and who fur illness";
the countenances of all the worshippers become serious and thoughtful. For after all. who knows
what the coming year may have in store?
And when the Cantor concludes, the entire Congregation responds "UTshuvoh, I'sfiloh,
I'T'/DOKO. maavirin es roah hag/.aroh" Repentance. Prayer and CHARITY will avert the terri-
ble decree." Our sag,-, have interpreted the "IT/doko" to mean "mnmon" the GIVING of ACTUAL
(ASH to the POOR and NEEDY.
the Jewish Welfare Hill..in is making an appeal at this time to the entire Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami to OOme to its aid: more particularly to come to the immediate help ol
the large number of Jewish men. women and children who need help IMMEDIATELY and NOW.
in recognlti<.....I sum ONE DOLLAR, .
All .lews next week will indulge in solemn retrospection. Let there be, in the study of one's
deeds it least the knowledge that as .lews we have ki pt the traditional faith with our own. THAT ,.'.
Wi: HAVE NOT ill TIM. NEEDY GO HUNGRY, and UNCLOTHED.
Dig down into voiir pockets, .lews of Greater Miami! Get that DOLLAR and SEND IT
TO THE JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU, in the old postofflce building RIGHT NOW.
Berlin announcement a German
commission las gone to Pah tin to
work out the details of the B
ini-nt. Cabled Inquiries to Pales-
illed io elicit any confirmation
of the allegi d agreement apt
Joseph Webber, head of th
anti-German boycott in Ei.
declared that he did not bi II
an agreement had bun made, H
said he had heard thai the I li
Land Trade League was pall
some scheme to i ml, i
Ish boycott and In- had r
BUrances from the English /..
Federation 'hat there was no
in the reported arrangement.
ISK HOLLAND TAKE UP
DEFENSE OF GERMAN
JEWS AT LEAGUE.
The Hague. The Dtr
ment is urged to brii
of the persecution of the '
Germany before the next mi
of the Assembly of the '
Nations in a resolution adopt
the League of Nation
land.
HONOR TO GOERING SHOWS
HINDENBURG'S sot.iDA.t
ITY WITH THE NAZIS.
Berlin. Proof of Presld in' ">
Hindenburg' olidarity with the
Nazi reginu In his appoint-
ment of Captain Hermann Wi
GoeiIng, the premier ol Pm
general of the Gi rman at
sition which makes him the third
ranking officer ol the army. It Is
believed thai this is the first .-
in turning over to the Nazi
ministry of defense, the only i ibttl
portfolio n.w held by a nor. \
EXILED GERMAN-JEWISH PRO
FESSORS ARRIVE IN AMERH \
New Yoi 1' i ;n i i' Hole;; :
professors who wen ousted from
their positions m Germany by th?
Hitler government have arrived In
New York, two Ol them to Joll
faculty of the University in I
al Ihe Nov. Si:. Io:
search, and tlie t:..ivi toi .
tour preliminary to taking up nis
had Cobn are
i : the exiled c; man profi
Exile. Professor Ufon
It 1
i al hi Unit.....
zig. will delivi i a si
under thi : if t! iiw
com nil'


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 15, 1933
"Miss Dora Rasenhouse enter-
tained with a bridge party Friday
evening at her home. 1501 N. W.
14th st. .in honor of Miss Sarah
Levitt of New York city. High score
prizes were given to Miss Millicent
Rubin and Mrs. Helen Guggenheim.
Guest prize to Miss Levitt. These
attending were: Misses Laurette Si-
mon. Lyl ChiSling, Bede Golden-
blar.k. Millicent Rubin. Lena Weln-
kle Myrtle Goldberg Dorothy Brill.
Bess Levitt, Sarah Levitt. Mrs. Sue
Mrs Helen Gu
ami Mi 1 1 trude Lets.
Bu Ki aton and Jimmy Du-
march or. 11
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bed In an I U I
made beer
In tlie com ( :
tioi
:. rival beer-running
introl ol '
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Preparations for the first s;ate-
wide conference of Orthodox and
Conservative rabbis of the state of
Florida are now being made. The
conference will meet during Succos
and will begin on October 9th at
Orlando. Fla.. where the conference
will be the guests of Rabbi B. Safer
of Orlando and his congregation.
Among the matters to be discussed
will be the education of the Jewish
youth, attendance at the synagogues.
he relationship between rabbi and
laymen, Kaslmis and such kindred
matters, Rabbi A. Burner of Tampa
nporary chairman, and Rabbi
A. S. Klemfeld of St. Peti I 1
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PLAYING AT THE
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BUSTER KEATON
auto accident in Richmond. Va '>
lay and li in the hospital there
with a fractured arm. Mrs. Klempt-
ner i~ the husband of the former
Mary G<: med artist
01 i.:.- city.
prominent J
:.' j ..::.: ommunal worker, was
Mrs. Charles Goldstein, who was
a patient at the Victoria hospital. js
now convalescing at her home in
Miami.

Mrs. Max Steinberg of Miami
Beach, has returned from Tusca-
loosa. Ala., where she accompanied
n October 12 will be a gala event, her daughter. Miss Tease, who en-
according to officials of the dance j tered the university. They visited
committee of the Young Men's He-
brew Association. Every effort is
being made to have this the out-
standing evenl ol the pre-winter
season,
the children of Palestine and is un-
der the direction of Mrs. Samuel
Katz. chairman of the sewing cir-
cle.
Columbus Day dance at the Mi-
ami Beach Golf and Country Club
Mi Sam Futterfass and Mrs.
Feldman were the hosti -a >
ai (iic of the regular card p
for the benefit of thi i -
Vuxili iry ol the Miami J
Orthodox congregation last Tui daj
night at the synagogue. Qul
sum ". as r< alized Ri 111 shmenl
ppoii pecial assistant city at- erved and prl r. award-
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It is advisable l<> have your
ear greased and lubricated.
We all know thi- is the
best way tn prevent trouble
en the road and to avoid
unnecessary repair hills.
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wc living up to our obligations if
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arise for them if, some day,
did u"i conic home?
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A Southern Health & Life In-
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ccssan ti> protect the others I
the privation and expense c
In the last illness and death,
A few pennies each week is
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Friday. September 15. 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED KVKKY FH1DAY
h> the
liul-ll FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
P. ii. Box 1973
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
EXECUTIVE OFFICES!
115.11 Sciurily Bid*. I'hune 2-6I9S
EDITORIAL OFFICES I
(21 S. W. l.lih Arena* Phoilf 2-1181
.1. i.oris siiociiKT, Editor
EDWARD CARLIN, Advtrlliing Managvi
FRED K. Slim III I ClrcaUtion Hanagn
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
lid .Inly 4.
: I.. Pi I Office al Miami, Florida,
e Art ol Man u S, '- Q
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
MRS. ANN BERGER
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1333.
Poland's
Encouraging Stand
-.' encour:
n tin Jewish horizon in Eastern
determined t tfort of
: nmenl in stamp out
Thf complete sup-
Iven ii\ Polish statesmen in
i ndeavor to obtain Justice for
"i Germany i- m being
.. a drastic policy of
suppressing anti-Semitic agitation
nti-Jewish hooligans
ml. As a first tep In this
" ind has endeavored to
i recurrence "i the antl-
hlch usually
in :
haw tematlcally
ip ind Ivei -im prison
t> I an inclt-
litt ratun havi r>
ithors and distributors
the govern-
has now
National Socialist Party, an anti-
ition in Polish Up-
iit -ia. Thf National Demo-
Parly, which i.s also anti-
Jtill functions, but if the
Polish government pursues its pics-
enl policy ol stamping oul anti-
Semitism Us turn will come next.
A Straus Takes
V Bride
Ii is a curious paradox that while
.i nds of Jews who had been
nod to Christianity are re-
turning to Judaism under the lash
"I anti-Semitic persecution and
(racism and while the sensational
number oi Intermarriages in Aus-
fia, Hungary and elsewhere in Eu-
rope is rapidly decreasing, a scion
of one of the most noted Jewish
families in America was being join-
' iini. We refer to Ralph i. Straus,
Percy S. Straus, presidet of
R II. Maty, who was married last
eek t,, Miss Matilda Bradford Day.
a 'i' scendanl of the Colonial Brad-
ni a church ecu ninny in up-
per New York. The groom is grand-
"' 'lie late Nathan ami
Straus. Nathan .Straus' elul-
married Jews and are active
:: '' ns. Oscar Straus'
children also married within the fold
and one of them is leading the
flghl against anti-Semitism. Even
Ralph Straus' father married a
Jewess ami his uncle, Jesse si en;..
n. dor to Prance, ha a Jew-
ish wile, only Ralph Straus breaks
the chaian. We wonder what his
reaction I in the Nazi policy which
in Germany would outlaw i I
because she married ;i Jew, In
Germany he would be regarded as
even lower than a Jew who i m ir-
Mt'tl to a .lew
Page Three
In Canada
We need not hen me unduly
alarmed over the outbreak in ro-
oiiin in cam e oi ; ho displa;
emblem ai a ball
which enventuated in a riot, I 'he
hundred s ol i became so
incensed al this hated symbol thai
a flghl ensued which resulted in
several being injured Canada lias
been given more or less to an un-
friendly attitude toward the Jews.
\\'e tin nol mean that this attitude
lias ihe sanction ni ihe Cai
authorities because ;'. hasn't. But
in mail.'.- waj en have been, from
lime to nine, expressions ol antl-
; Semitlsm which have nol been
n hole- ome. or conducive to the well
,1 o-l'ell. ionlsl i, [|
partii yor ol
i oronto make
I
i rders. f I.
playing the iwastika would be
liable
[II ::.
ordt r and to m
: i i mmn.
There ean he no dOUbl DUl
.ueii in
oi i!.. pai t of t he Hll
!i i ei)\a us Ihal ui
: foi lii- movem
idi e: ii an;
on hi pro ram, \\ I
the v incing him
bulldii
.: ol h.a. rmany,
ind prai
. ... nations, it
is impi iln su|
i
i l
facl thai Hitlei
comfortable al home one wil
i in this i own b\
rn al 1
opera
::i ii-.'. And we will his, ai i

to read It: THIS IS THE I AS!
\ l GREATEST ANTI-SEMI 1 If
RIGHT thai we shall have on our
hands foi jenerations to come, it
Hitlerism is defeated, then it will
ince and for all prove that no one
can successfully win such a cam-
paign. Hitler is out to "kill off"
the Jew through various mean.- His
is the inns; far reaching, most com-
prehensive war ever launched in
modern times against the Jew. it
we win this, it will mean a victory
the consequences ol which cannot
at first glance be realized. It will
sound the death knell of organized
anti-Semitism.
Zionist Congress,
Ends Protracted
Sessions.
iContinued from page one'
executive, whose members are the
following: Prof. Selig Brod
Dr. Victor Jacobson, Louis Lipsky
and Dr. Arthur Ruppln, G
-: David Ben-Gurion, Ellzer
Kaplan. MOSCI Sherlock anil Hell
Locker, Laborites; and Isaac Gruen-
baum, radical, Ben-Gurion. Dr.
Jacobson, Lipsky and Dr. Ruppln
are members without portfolios. A
last minute attempt to include rep-
resentatives ni the Group B Gen-
eral /ionise and ihe Mlzrachi in
the executive failed when the i r-
nsi ti ti a the price ol their
participation thai the Lab
mpromise with some of their prin-
and the latter demanded
Heschel Farbstein as their repre-
sentative instead ol Rabbi Mej i
Berlin and M. O who wi n
ed. Tin new execute
ol 172 with the
Mizrachi and Ri vislonlsl de
ab tail in" from \ ol In 8 ni
hen all al -
ti mpts to pi rsuade Dr. Chaim Wi Iz-
t lonsidi r his decision and
' tin pn ideiity failed. In a
nnal exchange ol telegrams be-
tween Morris Rothenberg and Loul
and Dr. Weizmann the for-
mer argued that in view of thi
i helming defeat of the Revisionists
' i.eii ol a substantial ma-
jority and thai iiis refusal might be
Interpreted as abandonment of his
friends who were fighting his flghl
for reestablishing a normal atmos-
ii! Zionism. To this Dr
Weizmann replied that it was un-
to charge him with disloyaltj
to his friends w hen he had repeat
edly for months given the gn
P8 tins a- lo the utter II,:-
I i iblllty "i in i ii p a and dt
he v.,1: prepared i
mo::.
title i)ui that
. he assume
i e responsibilities o l rou-
tine.
iiletl Dr. Wi
.
clothi i.n.i with .rn'
to direct tl e work and at
...m Jews.
n on I n Jev
ii
1 can delegation and
: : i
nan Jews, ii
tivi to prepare n
submission to
:
,It y : Pall till) .
Leagut
Greek refugees, pro
backli Unitei
.
he fact thai Ann rli.
Ii
ed an in
Palesl irding the bit-
prote ti ti transfer agreement
: i.ika. | Jewish capita] in the
machinery and goods out oi
Germany and Into Palestine the
i instructed the actions com-
mittee to Investigate at its nea<
meeting and ordered that any a
taken on (he agreement should nol
conflict with the congress' action on
the German-Jewish situation
The congress rejected the report
of Sir Lewis French, demanded ff<
Immigration to Palestine, a govern-
ment subvention for the Palestine
rabbinate and the acceptance of
telegrams Ul Hebrew. Other reso-
lutions provided lor steps to prevent
land speculation, collective a
menis between employers and em-
ployees, the appointment Ol a high
tribunal to arbitrate labor disputes,
encouragement of urban coloniza-
tion, industry and artisans, the
right of Keren Hayesoti contribu-
tors to be represented on the Jewish
agency and preference for them m
immigration certificates and the re-
moval of Dr. Herd's remains to
ne Within a year.
a special resolution on Transjor-
danians lo develop their country
and hope tor cooperation with the
Jews, on the question of the reor-
animation of the Jewish Agency
the congress instructed the new ex-
tContinued next week)
THE
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'*to\

0 love, they wrong thee much
That say thy sweet is bitter
When thy rich fruit is ueji
\ i,o'inn can be sweeter,
house ni Joy and bliss
I pleasure is,
1 tlo adore thee:
i k.iow thee what thou an.
i -"ive thee with mj heaii
And fall i.' ton thee,
Goofui Whi made Billy Bozo"!
hair look so si the dance
Dldn'l he use the new
hair stlckum that hi wifi
him?
ii intended to but
In his hurry hi got hold of a bottle
'it Denison's glue by mistake.
Elsie. My grandpa i
98 Isn't it wonderful?
Bobby. Wondi rful nothin !
at the time It's taken him tt.
Son. Mother, aren'l going
to wait up for fathei ?
Mot] '.'.'' ? I've
got .such a
O md what !.
of the old-fashioned girl?
Heckler. She i till i
Mrs. HartI wonder why Mrs.
Tiltnr.se rails her husband "Nautilus"?
Mrs. DiamondBecause he has to
he towed home from the dob every
night.
"Did you hear that Baiboa i'
earning S20 a night playing his fid-
da.' ,,'ust think$5 a string."
"He ought to learn to play the
harp."
HubbyYou didn't have a rag to
your hack when I married you.
WTfeyYes, but I've got plenty
now.
I'ii ul Parent uvho served':
WI .i- i told you Is the story of the
world
Hi- Son "But, papa, what did
' hi nerd the ii -I ni the army
-
Ti ti "My pop is a Moose, an Elk
anil i Red i.
p.' ri "Do you have to pay to look
at him?'"
Gunnery Officer (examining gun
crew)What would you do if the gun
captain's head were blown off?
Member of CrewNothing, sir.
Gunnery OfficerWhat? And please
stale your reason!
Member of CrewI'm the gun cap-
tain.
I.il DM they call you before the
curtain?
Rill Call me? They dared me.
Gimlet Hello, -I<1 man, got your
div iree
Hammer- No, and I don't expect
to, either,
GimletWhat's the reason? Did
yt iu make up .' f
Hammer- No, but my wife hasn't
s|Kik> ii tt me for -i* months, and I
don't kn w where I would get another
like that
"I refused more than one man before
1 married you "
"1 don't doubt you. I never did have
anv luck."
Social rki r Do you believe in
tin- trai ;l -"uls3
Fisherman X". I likes 'cm fried in
Joax i had a fall lasl ni ;ht hicl
render lor eight
lid you fall?
1 .
Dr. Null'", You ill
UP ail le\\ weeks
nkrimi or, I ean
by Wl lie n:., -
can keep
::'ilii on ;,; | hal
appier din-
can k' i .
lie food.
honest?"
Abs0 'v "I never knew until I got a car
that profanity was so prevalent," said
ii!" the minister.
______ "Do you hear much of it on the
road?"
"Why, nearly everybody I bump
into swears dreadfully.'*
Tea her- Now, lohnny, what did
I'.rutus stabbed
him?
Johnny< >uch!
AbigailGracious, how did you
del ,11 massed up like that?
l'huctx.1 I went auto riding with a
crude oil salesman.
Luni Bai;o There's been some-
thing trembling on my lips for
months and months, dear, and
Addie NoydYes. I know. Why
don't vou shave it oil'1
DoremifaWas it successfulen-
gaging that ex-burglar as your chauf-
feur?
Sobisido Rather I INe never
found a finger mark on the car yet I
MacDonaklThat's a poor blade
you've got on your safety razor,
Sandy.
MacTavish Well, it was good
enough for my father it's good enough
for me.
roommate'*
TimI borrowed my
potent leather slippers.
SlimWhy?
TimBecause the patent expired on
Bachelor UncleBaby she
Proud Father-^Oh, no; not yet
Bachelor UncleBoy, eh?
SWEDISH KING RECEIVES
JEWISH MINISTER.
Stockholm. King Gustav ol
Sweden formally accepted the cre-
dentials ni Laurenci Steinhardt
tin Jewish minister from the united
ai elaborate ceremonies
which were featured by a ride to the
royal palace in a four-horse glass
carriage.
NovelistThese confounded critics
rsted my new novel unmercifully.
Friendwell, you have your revenge
they had to read the book, didn't
they?
"Mary, remember that you are
nly a servant; 1 don't want you to
have so much company. Why, yoc
have more callers in a day than I
have in a week."
"Well, ma'am, perhaps if you'd
try to he a little more agreeable
you'd have as many fricntls as I
have."
"I'll give you $J for this anecdote
about President Hoover," said the
etlitor.
"What's the matter with you?"
demanded the writer. "Vou gave me
$4 ior that ancedote when it was
about President Wilson."
Tom: "I'd like to give my fiancee
a surprise for her anniversary pres-
ent."
Jerry: "Why not tell her what
your income really is?"
Irate GolferYou must be the worst
caddie in the world.
CaddieHardly. That would be too
much of a coincidence.
"What time do you get up in sum-
mer'"
"As soon as the first ray of sun
comes in a, my window."
"Isn't that rather early?"
"No, my room faces west."


Pa^c lour
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 15, 1933.
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Sa&ta Sgnagog Vtdbtitt
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Pounder and Director, Radio Synaffos ol America
Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida
No .20.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Mrs. Jacob Winner and sons.
Harvey and Ted. have returned to
the city after spending the summer
al Treasure Island beach, ne
Petersburg.
Vol. 11. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1933.
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"ChoOSe Wisely" Mr. and Mrs. P. Zbar and daugh-
Bcrlptore Beading, Deuteronomy, Chapter XXX. Verse* U-M, Inclusive, tere ol West Park ave run
I1EPORE PROCEEDINO wth the sermon, this morning, I want to cau- ed alter a visit of a few weeks In
J5 ...... ,: ented a problem to me. A Batllmore. Atlantic City and Ne
numb, :. Radii Synagogue have on several oc- ^ork.
rvices by tuning In their radios. They
which they missed orally on
and, have failed to fully grasp ie
ermon. From their letters I have
It ol understanding, Tl ni
the fl riptmre which was used as the
It, xhe r<: given each week at the
Bulletin. Very often, I maki reference to
Sol Flelschman, radio announcer
for WDAE, Tampa, has returned
from a three-day cruise In the gull
|p with a party from
Clearwater.

Mr. S. Marks and children of 806
LEFT WING BRITISH I.AIIOR-
ITES ASK BRITISH SANC-
TUARY FOR GERMAN BXILE8
London A delegation of the left
Wing labor party has appealed to Sir
John Simon, British foreign min-
ister, to permit the entry into Eng-
land of refugees from the Nazi re-
gime in England. The dele
also asked him to use his influenci
with the Hitler government to mod-
ify its attacks on Jews. Socialists
and pacifists. Sir John Informed
the labor leaders that he was keip-
Ing in close touch with tin situa-
tion in Germany. Meanwhile the
London papers report tiiat some 5.-
000 German refugees, mostly Jews.
an irtiving In England monthly.
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ing durum the sermon. Obviously, if they have not W Michigan ave., have returned to
oked reading the deslg- the city aftei an absence of three
nated verses 'hey lack thi Lett ermon. 1 take the liberty of as-
sumin ery home owns a copy ol that Best Seller of all Time.
ptur(
to the Israelites Impresses them with
the need ot making a v heir actions. He makes il clear
111 that Man I ': he can choose good or evil. Life or
Death. Yet, despite all thi idvl and all the evidence In favor of choos-
ing tiu g< od and the right with resultant. Life, men foolishly choose the
fronted with the natural dire consequences, they try
to sneak out "from under" by disclaiming any responsibility for their
lm tc bi "vie tims of circumstances." The weakling finds
it very comforting to place his faith in Omar Khayyam's lines:
T, Ch [uer-board of Nights and Days.
Where D. .'.. Men for Pieces plays:
Hither and thither moves, and mates, and slays,
.'.: i one by one back In the Closet lay-.
The Ball no Question makes ol Ayes and Noes.
But right or Leu as strikes the Player goes;
And He that 1 cd >wn into the PI
He knows abi Hi knowsHe kni wsl
[he Movin Pin er write.-; and. having writ,
Moves On; nor all they Piety nor Wil
Shall lure it back to cancel half a line.
.ill thy Tl il out a Word ol it.
And thai Inverted Bowl we call The Sky.
Whereunder crawling coop't we live and
Lift not thy hand- to it foi helpfor it
Is Impotently on as Thou or I."
v words to thi who has
rly, and finding him excuse for
ive than. "God willed I tl tl
d." I, too. j out in
fai ed wrong, am 1
Jurj. I it thus. Tl
Any la tent, com rom the
1 would
Y and to JUStilj
:. ::.
Man :' and is, thi :
hi vil inclina-
tion. The animal-i a, but. thi
man tei him to hlghei 1 may be such as
place added temptai h but t .li Ij In
him, It, takes a firmer will to combat stronger tempi
but thi noi Insurmountabli Then Is, to be fair, a con-
betv en ol good and evil, both within mai
111 the world about him, but, the frequent victory of good over evil, within
man. should mi isier for him to win the next battle. Unless man
wishi limb to the imaginary luxuries and pleasures ol wick
lus environment does not govern his choice, it is no more than the bat-
tlefield upon which he fl hi em of his moral battle.
You may ask, What proof have I, what evidence can I produce that
man i- a free agent, that he has a freedom of choice?" Your uestion ii
sincere but you appear to be very naive. Every law placed upon a
statute-book Is mute evidence of the existence ot man as a free agent.
When the lawmaker says, -You must not do this. or. you shall do that"
he Implies that if you were not ordered to do one tliii. uld do
the Other fn other words, left to yourself, without instruction,-, yon
have rtunity and the ability to choose one of two or more
ion.you havi freedom of choice. To keep you from in-
juring an individual or society, your choice is taken from you and you
are ordered to follow a COUr e which 1- beneficial to .society. Now." il.
in thi ou had no freedom of choice, there would be no need
Of n your actions, ol Urn ranee of your com 1
actmi..... You follov principle In your home, with your
children. You warn your .son or daught-
them Into nue of conduct, i:
no freedom ol choii would not caution them. It is I
'in and they may select either one. thi
Step In tO Counsel I i
months visiting with
In Rochester. N. Y.
her relatives

Ood's advl Choose Life." We
. life and death, blessing and ."...I
HINDENBURG'S SPEECH HINTS
RETURN OF HOHENZOLLERNS.
Berlin President von Hind n-
pledge of loyalty to ex-
Kaiser Wilhelm in his speei
thi celebration ol the German di -
feat ot the Russians at the battle
ot Tannenberg has been interpreted
hen as an indication that the G 1
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Mrs. M. Argintar Of 2309 Nebraska
ave., has returned after a Visit wit!
her relatives In Aahevllle, N. 0. and
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr man monarchy will shortly be n
1 tablished with a Hohenzollern on
the throne. It 1- reported that in
his will Hlndenburg has
that a regent be named to ruli Get
many in thi evenl ol his
Such a regent would mast likely be
a monarchist. Liberal circles hen
are ready to welcome a return I

and Mrs. M. Coolik. oi Newnan Ga
-
The Ladies' Auxiliary ol Rodoph
Sholem Temple, held their first
meeting of the season Thursday,
Sept. ". at 3 p. m.. in the audi-
torium ol the temple, when plans
were made for the High Holidays
and the fall activities The auxil-
iary ho ngs the first
day of each month. Hostesses for
in- meeting were Mrs. B. J. Pin-
man and Mrs L, Gordon. The offi-
cers of thi organization are as fol-
Ident, Mrs. A. R. B>
vice pre-ideiit. Mrs, B. Haimovitz;
vice president, Mrs. p. Gotler;
recording secretary, Mrs. M. 11. Kls-
com ponding secretary. Mrs. J
Winner; and teasurer, Mi H
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the Hohi'iizollcrn- as pn :<
the tyrannical rule ol Hitler.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M Ma. !.'. founder and
. tor ol the Radio Syna
will preach over yvtod at lu o'clock
on Sunday morning on "5693--1:
Simple Arithmetic.'' In addition to
1 1 rmon on thi' Ni Y. ar there
will be music, prayers scripture
ling, and a question bo.x.
re the., tin.- day lite and good, death and evil. ." The
.ok. 1 our own. it is personal. It is spontaneous. No external 1
(.make .1 decision Ben Sira pro
.ii,. truth .- "Say not thou, it is through the Lord that 1 fell
..way: lor thou shall not do the thii ll !!' haeth. He IL:
: from thi be inning, and him in the hand ol
.j wilt, thou shall keep :. mmandments; and to per-
..sure. II. hal
before thi lalt sti rth thy 1 ind unto v. .
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Friday. September 15. 1933.
THE JE WISH FLORIDIAN
O'
CIETY
Hertzman were the Judges.
A new Maurice Chevaliera Chev-
alier of bedroom slippers and fire-
side romanclng-makes Ins appear-
anee in 'A Bedtime Story." latest ol
The seat committee of the Miami j the French star's pictures, which
Jewish Orthodox congregation will plays Sunday and Monday at the
Ijr at the synagogue Saturday night, Tivoli theatre.
Sunday, Monday. Tuesday and Wed- He's cast as a Paris man-about-
,day for the purpose of arrang- town who returns from a voyage
ing for those who desire to worship abroad to find someone has aban-
doned a year-old baby in his auto-
mobile. His first reaction, which
he immediately puts into effect, is
wick, will conduct the services and ] to call the police to take the child
preach the sermons in English and away. But by the time the offi-
cers arrive, he has become so in-
trigued with the youngster that he
has decided to keep it and raise it.
While he awaltfl (Da arrival of a
nurse, he and his valet attempt to
care for the baby. Their efforts
lead only to confusion, but when
the nurse, an American girl strand-
ed in Paris, does arrive, order fol-
lows immediately.
rage Five
PLAYING AT THE
TIVOU THEATRE
at the synagogue. Rabbi Julias
Wascher of the congregation, who
arrived here from New York this
Yiddish. Cantor Nathan Wroobcl
will chant the Rosh Hashono and
Vom Kippur services.
o
Miss Sarah Shochel left Wednes-
lay morning for a vacation in Chi-
lli., where she will visit the
Id's fair.

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Viner were
With a dinner party recently
lr home, i:34 N. W. Third St..
imentlng Miss Sylvia Mi Ol Brooklyn, N. Y. Guests in-
ded Peter Hussey, Mr. and Mrs.
apin, Mr. and Mrs. Dean s.
in, Miss Virginia and Miss
man Mr. and Mrs. La-
tained with a farewell
i party at their home, 1027 N.
IV First st.. for the visitor. Quests
d in Goodwin. Mr. and Mrs
Miss Annabelle Jacobs just re-
turned from Miami, where she visit-
ed relatives and friends.

Mrs. Ben Green of the Sunshine
Lunch room, has Just returned from
a very pleasant visit with relatives
and friends in New York city.
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
Miss Ray Roth spent the week-
end at Daytona Beach.
e
Mrs. Blattner and family spent
the week-end and Labor day In
Daytona Beach.
ADDITIONAL
TAMPA iFLA.I NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kleepper return-
, ed to Orlando last Wednesday from
their two weeks' buying trip to New
York city.
1,1
Miss Ethel Seigel arrived in this
MAURICE CHEVALIER.
St. Petersburg
Notes
i Mr and Mrs. Viner, Miss evcral moil rela-
Goodwin and Rifkin lives and friends In .'.'' York, I
ton and Daytona Beach,
meeting ol the season ol the
Welfan auxiliary will take 'i1"' Junior Council ol Ji
nday, Sept. 18, at 2:30 p. m. Women will hold a reguli
Kaplan hall. The nominating on l Sepl tx Innli
ttee will be named at this ;1 ',' m., at the home ol Ml s Eli
Mi Meyer .Schwartz, presi- Sheldon, Granada aptrements. All
. pre Ide. All members are members are ur
' d tc attend.
Ml Gertrude Abbot! ol Miami
Sydney Beskind and her sis- Beach, returned to her home this
i.eiaw. have returned week after spending the summer In
:o. Pa., where Bettyi
Camp Wohelo.

li ci contest sponsored by
Jui lor Council ol Jewish Wo-
Wednesday night al the Tropl-
Jun( was the closing event in
series, Tickets for the
winch wa postpomd last
account of inclement
I re honored Wednesday.
e Wernikoll was chair-
Id wai assisted by Mrs. Mae
Al Sontag and Toots Smith
i timers of the dance con-
d were awarded a beautiful
up. Messrs. c. l. c.
Ed. D. Cameron and Mrs. Jack
mu
Showi r. H and B:M r. M.
October 12 at the Miami Beach
The picture readies an amusing IOo" and Country Club, promises to
climax when Chevalier takes baby. '"' one ,}1 the bil! events ol the pre-
nurse, valet, el al.. to the chateau winter season. Definite details will
ol ins fiancee for a week-end, The '"' annunced in an early issue.
developments there almost losl him
all, but he ultimately emerges with
the baby and the nurse still .
and un no Ion i :
Services are held every Friday eve-
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz returned to ning al o'clock al Con
Miami al er an absenc ol Bnal Israel, 921 Ninth st., north.
conducted by Rabbi a. s. Klelnfeld
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wittner and
il Tampa, Fla.. who have b> on
i f* nding a couple ol months al
m a ure Island beach, SI Pi
burg, returned home
*
Mr Ed Goldman, proprietor 11
the Bell Jewelrj Co, li fl tor Chl-
I i iiightcr
vim are al Chli relo
and the World's fair. He will be
gone about 10 days.
Mr. Louis .less ol chli as de-
cided to make St. Petersburg his
home and is therefore i nga 'in li
the dyeing and dry cleanini
I ntral ave
* *
Vrthur Jacol
avi N E., lefl Sunday mi
Chicago, where he will vi I
and attend the World
will remain In cine:" o for an I
definite period.
The Ladies' Alixlliar) and Aid
ol Congregation Bnal [s
Dr. Leonard Finn, who recently
d U (>i ic and Fli i
innounced the open-
in the
Huntington building this week. He
is a graduate of Ohio state Uni-
versity and is a native of Clevi
land. He recently married the for-
mer Beatrice Shaft of this city.

Yi ung Men' Hi brew '
at Ion I ni
Sunday, Sept. it. with
Druck
city Saturday after being away to
Miami for the past four weeks visit-
ing friends and relatives

Mr. and Mrs. N. Falk and daugh-
ter Lillle are now in Miami visit-
ing relatives.
Miss Heal lice Leibelniai' jnsl re-
turned from New York city, where
she has been visiting friends and
relatives 'his summer.

Mrs. B. Solomon, the newly elect-
ed president of the Ohev Sholem
Ladies' Auxiliary, returned to Or-
lando Sunday alter spending the
last three months In New York citj
Mi Hyman Roth and daughter,
are back in Orlando
spending the summer months a:
i >a tona Beach.

Joe I eichtenstein ol New York Is
uming his studies again a' Rol-
lin College in Winter Park.

Mi i. Louis Falk is expected this
from New York.
Mi Sapoff, former resident ol
Orlando, i.s visiting friends in Or-
lando Un-
Services at Rodeph Sholom coon-
gregation will be ushered in Wed-
nesday evening at 7 p. m. Thursday
and Friday mornings at 8 a. m.
Rabbi Burger will preach on "Spir-
itual Recovery" at the Thursday
morning services, and on "The Se-
cret and the Revealed" at the Fri-
day morning services.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maa.s. of G91
South Boulevard ave.. will celebrate
'heir golden weddint anniversary at
an informal reception and open
house at the Hillsborough hotel,
Sept. 19. on the roo! garden. No
Invitations will be Issued but all
friends of Mr. and Mn Abe Maa.s
are a.sl'.ed lo call.

The Sisterhood ol Schaarl Zedek
temple met Monday afternoon, Sept.
n. at :t p. m at the temple, De-
Leon st, and Delawari ave. II was
the first meeting ol the Sisterhood
this year. Plan, and programs for
the year were discussed and com-
mitti e appointed. Newlj
officers of the organization are Mrs.
Louis Wellhouse, president; Mrs.
Morrlce S. LTman, vice president;
Mrs. M. Hammer, recordii
tary; Mr.-. .;. Goldberg, correspond-
ing secretary, and Mrs. Charle Ja-
cobs, treasurer.
Sunday. 20c till 6:30
unday-Monday, Sept. 17-is
Maurice Chevalier
jj-V Bedtime Story"!
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"A Trial Will Convince You."
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nuslc. A \ rael, held ii- regular meeting i n
talnmeni la assured thosi who Tuesday evening, Sepl 12, al thi
'end. nagogue

Classei In physical ti nil Ne Year services: evenini
rraeger an beli .'clock: mornings. 8 o'cl
conducted al the v M h n and First sermon, Wednesday, evening,
radually growing In numbers s,.pi. 20. "Reflections on the Pai
\pplicanl an being accepted dally, yeai i893."
the only requirement being member- Sermon Thursday morning, Sept.
ship In the organization. 10 o'clock. "The Voice ol Rell-
lon and Israel's II;.tone Career."
11., econd annual danci ol the Sermon, Friday, Sept, 22, "The
Y. M. H. A. whidi will be held ason of Transition and Nature's
Scenery.''
Sabbath Shuvoh (repentence) ser-
mon. "The National Recovery Acl
and the National Religious Adjust-
ment."
A well trained choir consisting ol
20 voices will assist during the holi-
day sei vices, also congregational
Singing ol traditional melodic- will
be a n< w feature this year.

Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld ol Congre-
.ition Bnai Israel will be al Royal
Palm cemetery on Sunday morning,
Sept. 17. from 10 to 12 o'clock.

Mr. Jay Schwartz of H04 King's
St. south, left here last Sunday for
Daytona Beach and Miami, where
lie will visit tor a week before go-
Ing to Gainesville, where he will be-
gin his Junior year at the Univers-
ity of Florida
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. September 15. 1033.
I ,
West Palm Beach
Notes
Rabbi S. M, Machtei, spiritual
: the Radio Synagogue, will
Rose Ooodmark has return- Mrs. A. Goldstein and Mrs. c. N
cd by boat after vacatlonin In Herman will be hosti cai
South Carolina. New Jersey, Penn- party to t Iven Sunda: for the
inla and Niv. York.
Mis- Ad< lim 11 >ldsti ::. ha
ion Beth
Schwartzberg hall.
Israel at thi
Jewish Boy
At Theatre
. Hashonoh and turned from nded tour alone
Yam Klppur services of Cong. Beth ] the Florida east coast. Adi llm hai
as hei Misa Plon
of Tampa. Both girls are leaving
hi a ii Florida State Col-
for Women.
El of W :- their new
igue building, now nearing
abbl will leave
for West Palm Beach on Wednes
day and will return to Miami in
tlmi :or the Radio Synagogue serv-
inday morning, Sept. 24,
Mrs. H H. Friedman and d
ter Florla ol Ml
Mr. H. a Lee and children have
returned from a month's si
Hendi rsonvllle.
Mr. Joe Jacobs ol Atlanta is
spendli week with his
and brothers-in-law, Mr, and Mrs
Ben Ryder, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hi Id
and Mr. and Mrs. Cal Wacksman
the Y. M. H. A. last Sunday where
he was an instant hit with the
audience. He is an accomplish-
ed artist and one the
audience will enjoy.
Rabbi Machtei will preach at the ol Mi ind Mrs. Sol Rubin ol Palm Mrs. Jacobs, who has been here for
ervices both days Rosh
noh The sermon subjects
will be announced in our i
Tick' Udaj : :
able at Ryder's Quality Cleaners
and Goldbe:-' K
latl
Mr. and Mrs J Ban i
y : and son Ma:
Beach.
. Mi M I ttxi : and
turned, hs
summer in Boston and New \

Mr. A. Hersl
monl
New york.
Mr i. Vai Oi been dis-
the C Samaritan
the last month, will return with Ml
bs.

I
Wi for the hi Dixl
., on, Terris apartments on 30th streel
Beth David Congregation
131 v w. 3rd Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
ions DAYMAN. Cantor
further
Modern and Inspiring Services
Will Be Conducted
Rosh Has ho no
BEGINNING EVENING <>l SEPTEMBER 80th
Yom Kippnr
BEGINNING EVENING 01 SEPTEMBER !9th
Sermons in English and Yiddish by the Rabbi
Chanting by the Cantor
SEATS: $2.50. $5.00 and $10.00
THE SEATING COMMITTEE will be at ti>'' Synagogue Saturday
night Hum 10 P. M. and all day Sunday, Monday, Tuesdaj
mil Wednesday until sundown.
T 0 R G SIN S0VIET RUSS1A
Th rorgsin stores
order** enable your relatives in in over 1.000 localities.
Ko let Russia t>> purchase aii T: rgsin orders may be sent
hi domestic i>r Imported ar- to anyone, in any quantity.
t lira prices. .
lores. 1
1: Y.
i iport < orp.
i ii.
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Bank, hl<
tAnnouncements!
I _j
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
< Reform i
137 N. B. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Friday evening servlo Temple
at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan Wi
view a book Just issued by Hamilton
Armstrong, editor ol "F
Affairs.' on the subject, "Hitler*
Ri ich." The public is welcome
The Ni Year begins Wi di
, pi 20 s. rvici will be
hi Id In Ti mple Israel with spei lal
at 8:15. subject ol li
tor thi Ing will *> "A Ni
In Religion." Thi
e bi gin ai
and ai 10 a. m, for
atioi Thi
ill !* "Individual R

year in Judi
idi n d i !-' ol thi ii: h Ho!
.
the yeai i entory ol
he spiritual
Religlou
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodoi l
in Wuhinvton Ave*. Miami M,-nch
DWII) I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
ji m. with thi .-'.:
o Lil

Rabbi :
.
I
W'edi enii
in Engli i i
i'
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Conavrvath 4
i 19 N u I inrii kvenae
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The Paramount Theatre will have
four star actors in the four star
film play Captured' beginning to-
day and through Sunday. The pic-
ture does not hold one with the love
alone. There are the awe Inspiring
spectacles winch hold one spell
bound through the scenes showing
ands of men and officers In
the German prison camp. The
sci nes have been created with vivid
Ii realism. The climax to
the picture is unexpected and worth
while seeing. As usual Wally ''
ha a tage show whli hi i n
e entertainmi ni is one i
stage shows cotten to
m Metropolitan Miami. In "Rhym-
ing Rhythm" he gathers around
him galaxy of artists abundant with
,md instrumental numb I \
ff ature ol the stage shov
e;-t to the Jewish public is t'.ie in-
strumental number of little David
Drucker who is heard In a i
:.. of solos. David came 0 Miami
ii vi ral weeks ago from hi
Columbus. Ohio, whei eceived
his musical education, his
brine a member of the famous
"Armco Band." On his arrival here.
David was heard at the dance of
9 a
Irving Losner. the son ol Mi
Mrs. Max i osner will bi B r Mitsr
.: Haftoi
and t
ci by a shoi' sermoi
Rabbi '' S'llchotl
til 30 p in t
night
sermon by Rabbi w
rabbi ol I Ion.
.
with i
G 30 p. m Thu
rabbi
:: in En [Hi h
morning the rabbi will pri
'. Cai
Wroobel will chanl
with Mr. Louis Jacol
ii
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MILTON AND WARD
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wJewisti ftcridian Vol. 6. No. 35. I IORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1933. Price Five Cents Zionist Congress, Ends Protracted Sessions. Prague. From this close perspective there Is little that can be said i" praise ol the lHth World Zionist Congress which concluded -ions five days after I hoy upposed to end. its travails and result justify the opinion widelj expressed thai it should have been postponed in view ol the tragic inner conditions of the World Zionexistence of the Jewish people, composed or postponed. The Zionhowever, proved unequal to the occa Ion and we must look for redeeming features which are few Indeed. outstanding consolation i> the new Zionist Executive prean Imposing array of perIties. Dr. Chaim Weizmann's rving loyally and determination to head the difficult rescue work in behall ol the German Jews mother. The explanation of his n fusal to accept the presidency ol inZionist Organization when ii asily within his reach may be in ins general disapproval ol nal and party quarrels and his to be ol service without b< ubji cted to petty politics, the exclusion ol large ZionMi. from the now administrate d ilored it may be o be beneficial in the long run because the responsibll i tralized. Upon labor re* • v and r-.pi nsiblc burden and hopi hat It u. ei II isly and prudently, till room for conciliation up one thing a result of thi hal t thi archaii %  >nri i edure must be ch ;i this c ommitoi i. oul a in procedu n ;re ises. the old excuse musl crowd fortnight's agenda the pi i ntary work thai take.-, months tablished nations, but this Is no answer to the conhysterics and rancor thai marked the last few conJudging from the tactics of i !.' %  visionlsts al this coi ; Mope thai they will regalan os and thus remove a %  obstacle In the way ol bettei n n i. We are perhaps lucky i 'alestine is a going com i i spite ol in> nsions but the World Zionist Organization must reform il it wants to keep it:Hf liked with the pi I Eretz i i as in the past. Prague The 18th World Zioni i congress dosed its protracted with the reelection <>i Dr. Nahum SokOlOW as president ol the World Zionist Organization and the Ion ol a coalition Zionlsl Executive oi nine comprli ing rep i aborltes, the newly Pi n .< %  group ol Geni d the Radical! I hi • Mizrachl and the so-called Group B i I i ti neral Zionists arc not represented In the new 'Continued on page three) Mayor Sets Air Race Dates Alter a conference with city commissioner.,. Mayor V. <; .Scwoll announced the dates for the sixth annual Miami All-American Air races. They will occur Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Jan 11. IL' and 13. Dunne the past five years, the social and sporting i vents, centered around the Miami All-American Ait races, have Signified the official opening ol the Miami season This Mar they win be more brilliant and oi broader .cope than ever before. The entire New Year's week will be Organization. The crying need B'ven over to these events, climaxed ol the moment was a demonstraP v 'he greatest airplane attendance lion ol Jewish unity against the al anv meel In aviation histry. The Hltlerism which is threatening the record waa broken last yea. when quarrels should have been three hundred airplanes of all types. represent in:: the latest civilian high speed developments, and the most effectltve aerial fighting weapons ed by the army, navy and marine corps engaged In mid-winter maneuvers Special piano, are being m the Greater Miami Hotel Men's Assoclation In order to comfi b house the racing pilots, members of the aviation industry and air fans from all over the United States who gather annually tor these events. New Rabbi Arrives Hero i'. bbi Julius Wascher a graduate i the R ibbl Isaac Elchanan 1 I o i University of New York, arrived hen ibis morning to his dui il %  ation. lie will dun prvii dui ing he high holiday and will preach the sermon in English and Yiddish. On his arrival he w,i. looi by o from the ai d Ladies' Auxiliary. Rabbi Wascher ac ivi fl 'lire in the II oi note. Slichoth To Be Observed "Slichoth" will be ob ei ved I daj i",oi:' '. Sept. 16, al Beth On, Miami BC tch, al 1'; p. m, with Rabbi Rosenbloom preaching the sermon, and Cantor nmis Schlachman chantin Miami Jewish Orthodox congi lion. Rabbi Julius \\',i .-Ii' r will preach a sermon precedin ices promptly at 11 "ill p. m. and Cantor Nathan Wroobel will An Open Letter KOSHER? Beth El Synagogue Jewish News Being Completed Around The World Last Wednesday morning, in an advertisement of She Holsum Cafeterias, there was listed among the items of food to be served thai day. "Kosher corned beef and cabbage." Knowing that the cafeteria is not acknowledged!; equipped for the serving of Kosher foods, and, also aware of the fact that such an advertisement is in violation of a city ordinance controlling the sale of •Kosher" foods. I sought to cheek tliis misleading, or. at best, mistaken notice before any great harm was done. At the Office of the llol-um Cafeteria, when i came iii person to talk to Mr, Dumas. I was told that the gentleman had just returned from a trip and was "too busy" to see me. I know the argument thai will be given me:—"Those who eat at the llolsnm, thai is. those Jews, are not concerned with Kashruth. That'! their matter." I giant the truth and wisdom ar the community house was loi i al foi ure sale, Since thai time thi Ion, numb onducti d regular sen Ices al various meeting place: throughout the city, determined Ilia the loss ot the house should nol reull in disbanding of the memberi Ip Mr Snelder said. ought nol to become a practice. The rellgii us sentiments of a portl >i the rommunitj should be considered. The word "kosher" stands foi ton much to be proiniscuouslj used; lews hive undergone torture to adhere to the I is of Kashi li t II for il lo.be abased; but, possiI enough violators of the law ft been punished for the lesson la -ink deepl) Into the minds ol both Jewish and non-Jewish butchel and ret.iiuanters. who seek to make capita! oul of the Jew's wil ingness and readiness to sacrifli %  ti r bi-. religion. Please exercise caution ami < %  mill.ration for the scruples of you; neighbor before you make public a %  nouncements. And, abova a", wh •• dealing with a matter of which yoi are ignorant. Inform yourseii through consulting pn authoritj or that partlculai subji ct. RABBI s .1. MACHTEI. OlR DUTY NOW %  S OON we shall bear the solemn and mournful strains of the "Insane Tnkrf" recited in the synagogues In a stillness and quiet that is awes,,,,,,. a nd inspiring. And when the ( anloc in bis repetition of this, one of the most important prayers of the year, slowly anil sonorously intones the phrases "who shall be Inscribed for life, and who for death: who for health and who fur illness"; the countenances of all the worshippers become serious and thoughtful. For after all. who knows what the coming year may have in store? And when the Cantor concludes, the entire Congregation responds "UTshuvoh, I'sfiloh, I'T'/DOKO. maavirin es roah hag/.aroh" Repentance. Prayer and CHARITY will avert the terrible decree." Our sag,-, have interpreted the "IT/doko" to mean "mnmon" the GIVING of ACTUAL (ASH to the POOR and NEEDY. the Jewish Welfare Hill.. in is making an appeal at this time to the entire Jewish community of Greater Miami to OOme to its aid: more particularly to come to the immediate help ol the large number of Jewish men. women and children who need help IMMEDIATELY and NOW. in recognlti< I Hindenburg' olidarity with the Nazi reginu In his appointment of Captain Hermann Wi GoeiIng, the premier ol Pm general of the Gi rman at sition which makes him the third ranking officer ol the army. It Is believed thai this is the first .in turning over to the Nazi ministry of defense, the only i ibttl portfolio n.w held by a nor. \ EXILED GERMAN-JEWISH PRO FESSORS ARRIVE IN AMERH \ New Yoi 1' i ;n i i' Hole;; : professors who wen ousted from their positions m Germany by th? Hitler government have arrived In New York, two Ol them to Joll faculty of the University in I al Ihe Nov. Si %  :. „ Io: search, and tlie t:..ivi toi tour preliminary to taking up nis had Cobn are i : the exiled c; man profi Exile. Professor Ufon It 1 i al hi Unit zig. will delivi i a si under thi : if t! iiw com nil'



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. September 15. 1033. I West Palm Beach Notes Rabbi S. M, Machtei, spiritual : the Radio Synagogue, will Rose Ooodmark has return' Mrs. A. Goldstein and Mrs. c. N cd by boat after vacatlonin In Herman will be hosti %  cai South Carolina. New Jersey, Pennparty to t Iven Sunda: for the inla and Niv. York. MisAd< lim 11 >ldsti ::. ha ion Beth Schwartzberg hall. Israel at thi Jewish Boy At Theatre Hashonoh and turned from • nded tour alone Y am Klppur services of Cong. Beth ] the Florida east coast. Adi llm hai as hei •• Misa Plon of Tampa. Both girls are leaving • hi A II Florida State Colfor Women. El of W : their new igue building, now nearing abbl will leave for West Palm Beach on Wednes day and will return to Miami in tlmi :or the Radio Synagogue servinday morning, Sept. 24, Mrs. H H. Friedman and d ter Florla ol Ml Mr. H. A Lee and children have returned from a month's si Hendi rsonvllle. Mr. Joe Jacobs ol Atlanta is spendli week with his and brothers-in-law, Mr, and Mrs Ben Ryder, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hi Id and Mr. and Mrs. Cal Wacksman the Y. M. H. A. last Sunday where he was an instant hit with the audience. He is an accomplished artist and one the audience will enjoy. Rabbi Machtei will preach at the ol Mi ind Mrs. Sol Rubin ol Palm Mrs. Jacobs, who has been here for ervices both days Rosh noh The sermon subjects will be announced in our i Tick' Udaj : : able at Ryder's Quality Cleaners and Goldbe:-' K latl Mr. and Mrs J Ban i y %  : and son Ma: Beach. Mi M I ttxi : and turned, hs summer in Boston and New \ • • • Mr. A. Hersl monl New york. Mr i. Vai Oi been disthe C Samaritan the last month, will return with Ml bs. I Wi for the hi Dixl ., on Terris apartments on 30th streel Beth David Congregation 131 v w. 3rd Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi ions DAYMAN. Cantor further Modern and Inspiring Services Will Be Conducted Rosh Has ho no BEGINNING EVENING <>l SEPTEMBER 80th Yom Kippnr BEGINNING EVENING 01 SEPTEMBER !9th Sermons in English and Yiddish by the Rabbi Chanting by the Cantor SEATS: $2.50. $5.00 and $10.00 THE SEATING COMMITTEE will be at ti>'' Synagogue Saturday night Hum 10 P. M. and all day Sunday, Monday, Tuesdaj mil Wednesday until sundown. T 0 R G SIN !" S 0VIET RUSS1A Th rorgsin stores order** enable your relatives in in over 1.000 localities. Ko let Russia t>> purchase aii T: rgsin orders may be sent HI domestic i>r Imported arto anyone, in any quantity. • t lira prices. „. lores. 1 1 : Y. i iport < orp. i II. \mr.. %  I || ,i tllf) rI rti-I ... S'al I Bank A I ni-I < .. R. i \ I 'iiiiiuiui %  Mont, Ini X nion Tours, inc, HudHon Co. Ni I Bon I Bayonn*. S. J. .... l nion R ink. P ttabarirh. %  i 'i irii-i ,*. BaiIns Bank, hl< tAnnouncements! I _j TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI < Reform i 137 N. B. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Friday evening servlo Temple at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan Wi view a book Just issued by Hamilton Armstrong, editor ol "F Affairs.' on the subject, "Hitler* Ri ich." The public is welcome The Ni • %  %  Year begins Wi di pi 20 s. rvici will be hi Id In Ti mple Israel with spei lal at 8:15. subject ol li tor thi Ing will *>• %  "A Ni In Religion." Thi e bi gin ai and ai 10 a. m, for atioi Thi ill !*• "Individual R • year in Judi %  idi n d i !-' %  ol thi ii: h Ho! the yeai i entory ol he spiritual Religlou CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodoi l in Wuhinvton Ave*. Miami M,-nch DWII) I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi. %  ji m. with thi .-'.: o Lil %  Rabbi : %  I W'edi enii in Engli i i i' BETH DAVID CONGREGATION Conavrvath 4 i 19 N u I inrii kvenae MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The Paramount Theatre will have four star actors in the four star film play Captured' beginning today and through Sunday. The picture does not hold one with the love alone. There are the awe Inspiring spectacles winch hold one spell bound through the scenes showing ands of men and officers In the German prison camp. The sci nes have been created with vivid Ii realism. The climax to the picture is unexpected and worth while seeing. As usual Wally '•'• ha a tage show whli hi i n e entertainmi ni is one i stage shows cotten to m Metropolitan Miami. In "Rhyming Rhythm" he gathers around him galaxy of artists abundant with ,md instrumental numb I \ ff ature ol the stage shov e;-t to the Jewish public is t'.ie instrumental number of little David Drucker who is heard In a i %  :.. of solos. David came 0 Miami II vi ral weeks ago from hi Columbus. Ohio, whei eceived his musical education, his brine a member of the famous "Armco Band." On his arrival here. David was heard at the dance of 9 a Irving Losner. the son ol Mi Mrs. Max i osner will bi B r Mitsr • %  .: Haftoi and t • ci by a shoi' sermoi Rabbi %  S'llchotl til 30 p in t night sermon by Rabbi w rabbi ol I Ion. with i G 30 p. m Thu %  rabbi :: in En [Hi h morning the rabbi will pri %  Cai Wroobel will chanl with Mr. Louis Jacol ii Friday Through Sundaj ON THE STAGE — DESERVEDLY POPULAR GRAUPNER'S SILVER STOCK AND X-TRA FINE B E E K S BOTTLED AND "Best by T< St" FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc. JOHN THEOPHILES, General Manager 156 W. Flagler st. Phone 3 I the Wally Vernon Presents 'Rhyming Rhythm" i-i aturlng CHASE AND COLLINS in Songs MILTON AND WARD Dances BUSTER AND BIDDY DAVID DRUCKER Boj Cornells! INTERSTATE BEAUTY CHORUS and PARAMOUNT STAGE BAM) ON THE SCREEN 4 Great Stars In the 4 Star Hit "CAPTURED" With LESLIIE HOWARD DOUG. FAIRBANKS, Jr. PAUL LUKA8 MARGARET LINDSAY Soy Bean Bread end iilhr wiM-lnMe hrenH* GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. :\h\ W. I •IIIBI.T SI Phone I III! Washington Avenue. M. B. I /,,,///>" A, %  + >; p, in. tonl Hash %  Prli H %  ; ; plro will pri ach In Enull h \ Solution to tor Louis Haymai %  MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX ( ONGRI GATION (Orthodoa I 1543 s. W. Third Mr.. | II III S U \S< III !• R Enjo\ *i our High Holiday Services WITH nil ft i i am i J e w i s h Ort h o d ox Congregation ,5 S. W T'; -d Street ROSH HASHCNO Beginivng Evening of September 20th. YOM KIPPUR Beginning E .• n. ><: of September 29th. With r i tor N ithan Wroobel and a Prominent Rabbi Directing. TICKETS ONLY $2.00 AND $3.00. il the Synagogue every evening from 9 P. M m Sunda) mornings, or from an) member i the committee. mamr SCHLITZ BEER BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT Is Still the Best on the Market For Sale at All Better Establishments MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. DISTRIBUTORS 216 N. E. 11th St. Phone 2-3117



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Friday. September 15. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED KVKKY FH1DAY h> the liul-ll FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. ii. Box 1973 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICES! 115.11 Sciurily Bid*. I'hune 2-6I9S EDITORIAL OFFICES I (21 S. W. l.lih Arena* Phoilf 2-1181 .1. i.oris siiociiKT, Editor EDWARD CARLIN, Advtrlliing Managvi FRED K. Slim III I ClrcaUtion Hanagn CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative lid .Inly 4. : I.. Pi I Office al Miami, Florida, e Art ol Man u S, 'Q WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SI HSt Kll'l ln\ Si MCHIIIIH S 1.00 I'ear S 2.00 Vol. o — No. :::. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1333. Poland's Encouraging Stand -.' encour: n tin Jewish horizon in Eastern %  determined t tfort of : nmenl in stamp out Thf complete supIven ii\ Polish statesmen in i ndeavor to obtain Justice for "i Germany im !" being .. a drastic policy of suppressing anti-Semitic agitation nti-Jewish hooligans ml. As a first tep In this ind has endeavored to i recurrence "i the antlhlch usually in %  : haw tematlcally ip ind Ivei -IM prison t> I an incltlitt ratun havi r> ithors and distributors the governhas now National Socialist Party, an antiition in Polish Upiit -ia. Thf National DemoParly, which i.s also antiJtill functions, but if the Polish government pursues its picsenl policy ol stamping oul antiSemitism Us turn will come next. A Straus Takes V Bride Ii is a curious paradox that while i nds of Jews who had been %  nod to Christianity are returning to Judaism under the lash "I anti-Semitic persecution and (racism and while the sensational number oi Intermarriages in Ausfia, Hungary and elsewhere in Europe is rapidly decreasing, a scion of one of the most noted Jewish families in America was being join' ii tt me for -i* months, and I don't kn w where I would get another like that "I refused more than one man before 1 married you "1 don't doubt you. I never did have anv luck." Social '• rki r Do you believe in tintrai ;l -"uls 3 Fisherman X". I likes 'cm fried in Joax i had a fall lasl ni ;ht hicl render lor eight lid you fall? 1 Dr. Null'", You ill UP ail le\\ weeks nkrimi or, I ean by Wl lie n:., can keep ::'ilii on ;,; | hal appier dincan k' i lie food. honest?" Abs0 v "I never knew until I got a car that profanity was so prevalent," said ii!" the minister. "Do you hear much of it on the road?" "Why, nearly everybody I bump into swears dreadfully.'* Tea herNow, lohnny, what did I'.rutus stabbed him? Johnny—< >uch! Abigail— Gracious, how did you del ,11 massed up like that? l'huctx. 1 I went auto riding with a crude oil salesman. Luni Bai;o — There's been something trembling on my lips for months and months, dear, and— Addie Noyd—Yes. I know. Why don't vou shave it oil' 1 Doremifa—Was it successful—engaging that ex-burglar as your chauffeur? Sobisido — Rather I INe never found a finger mark on the car yet I MacDonakl—That's a poor blade you've got on your safety razor, Sandy. MacTavish — Well, it was good enough for my father it's good enough for me. roommate'* Tim—I borrowed my potent leather slippers. Slim—Why? Tim—Because the patent expire d on Bachelor Uncle—Baby she Proud Father-^Oh, no; not yet Bachelor Uncle—Boy, eh? SWEDISH KING RECEIVES JEWISH MINISTER. Stockholm. — King Gustav ol Sweden formally accepted the credentials ni Laurenci Steinhardt tin Jewish minister from the united ai elaborate ceremonies which were featured by a ride to the royal palace in a four-horse glass carriage. Novelist—These confounded critics rsted my new novel unmercifully. Friend—well, you have your revenge —they had to read the book, didn't they? "Mary, remember that you are %  nly a servant; 1 don't want you to have so much company. Why, yoc have more callers in a day than I have in a week." "Well, ma'am, perhaps if you'd try to he a little more agreeable you'd have as many fricntls as I have." "I'll give you $J for this anecdote about President Hoover," said the etlitor. "What's the matter with you?" demanded the writer. "Vou gave me $4 ior that ancedote when it was about President Wilson." Tom: "I'd like to give my fiancee a surprise for her anniversary present." Jerry: "Why not tell her what your income really is?" Irate Golfer—You must be the worst caddie in the world. Caddie—Hardly. That would be too much of a coincidence. "What time do you get up in summer'" "As soon as the first ray of sun comes in a, my window." "Isn't that rather early?" "No, my room faces west."



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Friday. September 15. 1933. THE JE WISH FLORIDIAN O' CIETY Hertzman were the Judges. A new Maurice Chevalier—a Chevalier of bedroom slippers and fireside romanclng-makes Ins appearanee in 'A Bedtime Story." latest ol The seat committee of the Miami j the French star's pictures, which Jewish Orthodox congregation will plays Sunday and Monday at the Ijr at the synagogue Saturday night, Tivoli theatre. Sunday, Monday. Tuesday and Wed! He's cast as a Paris man-about,„day for the purpose of arrangtown who returns from a voyage ing for those who desire to worship abroad to find someone has abandoned a year-old baby in his automobile. His first reaction, which he immediately puts into effect, is wick, will conduct the services and ] to call the police to take the child preach the sermons in English and away. But by the time the officers arrive, he has become so intrigued with the youngster that he has decided to keep it and raise it. While he awaltfl (Da arrival of a nurse, he and his valet attempt to care for the baby. Their efforts lead only to confusion, but when the nurse, an American girl stranded in Paris, does arrive, order follows immediately. rage Five PLAYING AT THE TIVOU THEATRE at the synagogue. Rabbi Julias Wascher of the congregation, who arrived here from New York this Yiddish. Cantor Nathan Wroobcl will chant the Rosh Hashono and Vom Kippur services. o • • Miss Sarah Shochel left Wedneslay morning for a vacation in Chilli., where she will visit the Id's fair. • • • Mr. and Mrs. James J. Viner were With a dinner party recently lr home, i:34 N. W. Third St.. imentlng Miss Sylvia Mi on i f* nding a couple ol months al m a ure Island beach, SI Pi burg, returned home • Mr Ed Goldman, proprietor 1 1 the Bell Jewelrj Co, li fl tor Chl%  %  I i iiightcr vim are al Chli relo and the World's fair. He will be gone about 10 days. Mr. Louis .less ol chli as decided to make St. Petersburg his home and is therefore i nga 'in li the dyeing and dry cleanini I %  ntral ave Vrthur Jacol avi N E., lefl Sunday mi Chicago, where he will vi I and attend the World will remain In cine:" o for an I definite period. The Ladies' Alixlliar) and Aid ol Congregation Bnal [s Dr. Leonard Finn, who recently d U (>i ic and Fli i innounced the openin the Huntington building this week. He is a graduate of Ohio state University and is a native of Clevi land. He recently married the former Beatrice Shaft of this city. • • • Yi ung Men' Hi brew at Ion I ni Sunday, Sept. IT. with Druck • city Saturday after being away to Miami for the past four weeks visiting friends and relatives • • • Mr. and Mrs. N. Falk and daughter Lillle are now in Miami visiting relatives. Miss Heal lice Leibelniai' jnsl returned from New York city, where she has been visiting friends and relatives 'his summer. • • Mrs. B. Solomon, the newly elected president of the Ohev Sholem Ladies' Auxiliary, returned to Orlando Sunday alter spending the last three months In New York citj Mi Hyman Roth and daughter, are back in Orlando spending the summer months a: i >a tona Beach. • • • Joe I eichtenstein ol New York Is uming his studies again a' Rollin College in Winter Park. • • Mi i. Louis Falk is expected this from New York. Mi Sapoff, former resident ol Orlando, i.s visiting friends in Orlando UnServices at Rodeph Sholom coongregation will be ushered in Wednesday evening at 7 p. m. Thursday and Friday mornings at 8 a. m. Rabbi Burger will preach on "Spiritual Recovery" at the Thursday morning services, and on "The Secret and the Revealed" at the Friday morning services. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maa.s. of G91 South Boulevard ave.. will celebrate 'heir golden weddint anniversary at an informal reception and open house at the Hillsborough hotel, Sept. 19. on the roo! garden. No Invitations will be Issued but all friends of Mr. and Mn Abe Maa.s are a.sl'.ed lo call. • The Sisterhood ol Schaarl Zedek temple met Monday afternoon, Sept. n. at :t p. m at the temple, DeLeon st, and Delawari ave. II was the first meeting ol the Sisterhood this year. Plan, and programs for the year were discussed and committi e appointed. Newlj officers of the organization are Mrs. Louis Wellhouse, president; Mrs. Morrlce S. LTman, vice president; Mrs. M. Hammer, recordii tary; Mr.-. .;. Goldberg, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Charle Jacobs, treasurer. Sunday. 20c till 6:30 unday-Monday, Sept. 17-is— Maurice Chevalier jj-V Bedtime Story"! HOME" SERVICE Laundry ROY II. TURNER, Prop. I-"-'"' 8. W. filh St. |hnnv I-5M I SPECIAL August 14 to :t 1st: Special '- per cent discount of every I bundle of 75 cents or more. r For the Finest in Quality at Economical Prices VISIT THE Roosevelt Market N. K. 2ND AVE. AT 14TII ST. 1 urns. VEGETABLES, POULTRY, EGGS, MEATS, GROCERIES "A Trial Will Convince You." 4 nuslc. A \ rael, held iiregular meeting i n talnmeni la assured thosi who Tuesday evening, Sepl 12, al thi 'end. nagogue • • Classei In physical ti nil Ne Year services: evenini rraeger an beli .'clock: mornings. 8 o'cl conducted al the v M H n and First sermon, Wednesday, evening, radually growing In numbers s,.pi. 20. "Reflections on the Pai \pplicanl an being accepted dally, yeai i893." the only requirement being memberSermon Thursday morning, Sept. ship In the organization. 10 o'clock. "The Voice ol Relllon and Israel's II;.tone Career." 11., econd annual danci ol the Sermon, Friday, Sept, 22, "The Y. M. H. A. whidi will be held ason of Transition and Nature's Scenery.'' Sabbath Shuvoh (repentence) sermon. "The National Recovery Acl and the National Religious Adjustment." A well trained choir consisting ol 20 voices will assist during the holiday sei vices, also congregational Singing ol traditional melodicwill be a n< w feature this year. • • Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld ol Congre.ition Bnai Israel will be al Royal Palm cemetery on Sunday morning, Sept. 17. from 10 to 12 o'clock. • • • Mr. Jay Schwartz of H04 King's St. south, left here last Sunday for Daytona Beach and Miami, where lie will visit tor a week before goIng to Gainesville, where he will begin his Junior year at the University of Florida Announcement! DR.CHAS. BECKWITT OPTOMETRIST ned from the National %  pi' 1 1 nvi ntion and will i.i In hi ifflci to :-i\ • %  personal tei • n Lo hi %  36 N. E. First Ave. ( OMI'I I II. Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators (Jeo. Patterson, Inc. 1 m.-, Bleearne Blvd. Phone 2-I:.I + FREE FUEL 1 HOT WATER I from SUNSHINE i In the Heart of Your | Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY %  I Miami Institution BUY AT GROSSMAN'S I Choice Fruits and Vegetables I Stand No. 1. Roosevelt Cur!) Market I V. E. Jiul Ave. and 14th St. | I CORNER STAND" + + f + For ail Hi., hoi wolcr yini lu-rd in vnur hunus we ih. new AllMetal "SOLAR" iih copper tubing. Solar Water Heater COMPANY Phone 2-fi IL6 Office nd Factory: 310-10 N. \v. ::, si. • i RLW.lt! 'J SIWI IIWI • HUM Ml*)! For FRES1 I Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOMS FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — C.uiylu by our own ho.u.s d.iily If It is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.



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l'agt l"wo THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 15, 1933 "Miss Dora Rasenhouse entertained with a bridge party Friday evening at her home. 1501 N. W. 14th st. .in honor of Miss Sarah Levitt of New York city. High score prizes were given to Miss Millicent Rubin and Mrs. Helen Guggenheim. Guest prize to Miss Levitt. These attending were: Misses Laurette Simon. Lyl ChiSling, Bede Goldenblar.k. Millicent Rubin. Lena Welnkle Myrtle Goldberg Dorothy Brill. Bess Levitt, Sarah Levitt. Mrs. Sue Mrs Helen Gu ami Mi 1 • 1 trude Lets. Bu Ki aton and Jimmy Dumarch or. 11 -.he natli ;. %  settled .. %  .: %  the %  • %  Bu : :' %  :: and %  bed In an I U I made beer In tlie com ( : tioi :. rival beer-running introl ol : : Preparations for the first s;atewide conference of Orthodox and Conservative rabbis of the state of Florida are now being made. The conference will meet during Succos and will begin on October 9th at Orlando. Fla.. where the conference will be the guests of Rabbi B. Safer of Orlando and his congregation. Among the matters to be discussed will be the education of the Jewish youth, attendance at the synagogues. he relationship between rabbi and laymen, Kaslmis and such kindred matters, Rabbi A. Burner of Tampa nporary chairman, and Rabbi A. S. Klemfeld of St. Peti I 1 temporal-} • 1 • • Rabl Ived In M .•-". %  :: :: R R PLAYING AT THE -I II AVE. THEATRE BUSTER KEATON auto accident in Richmond. Va %  •> lay and LI in the hospital there with a fractured arm. Mrs. Klemptner i~ the husband of the former Mary G<: med artist 01 i.:.city. • prominent J :.' j ..::.: ommunal worker, was Mrs. Charles Goldstein, who was a patient at the Victoria hospital. j s now convalescing at her home i n Miami. • • • Mrs. Max Steinberg of Miami Beach, has returned from Tuscaloosa. Ala., where she accompanied n October 12 will be a gala event, her daughter. Miss Tease, who enaccording to officials of the dance j tered the university. They visited committee of the Young Men's Hebrew Association. Every effort is being made to have this the outstanding evenl ol the pre-winter season, the children of Palestine and is under the direction of Mrs. Samuel Katz. chairman of the sewing circle. Columbus Day dance at the Miami Beach Golf and Country Club Mi Sam Futterfass and Mrs. Feldman were the hosti -a > ai (iic of the regular card p for the benefit of thi i Vuxili iry ol the Miami J Orthodox congregation last Tui daj night at the synagogue. Qul sum ". as r< alized Ri 111 shmenl ppoii pecial assistant city aterved and prl r. awardHEIDELBERG, „ „ 6££R GAgOEN z> Luocbfon 30^ 40* 50^ i t#5 % % %  Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Day in and day out— wlthwill GROW and we help II to grow be:-e— We Pay 5o Interest The Morris Plan (Company Of Miami VIN( EXT R. BRICE, Manager, 1".") \. E. I irt Ave., MIAMI. I I V .::. %  %  Hi 1 V On hi mmii : 1 1 e Chicagi : cceptii Mrs. Ri ell known Ha1 ;..:• %  of the Jewish holi.-.cl all 11 : Hi v .:.. Misses %  • Shoummer In Baltimore. and Atlantii Citj imson and son t hav1 Mass., h ... and • • • University hospil ited hen the m thei I I' Mr. ow of B Fla an Ion of the city comed for high scores at each indiB /i nesda on. vidual table. Vroni %  •'. %  a native of Key YYt :. public in the ceni s City Ol Miami. s %  a %  B %  %  y E a TEXACO ( King Funeral I lome HHIUJ 11 Operated by FRANK G. McGHAN'S WIDOW ; '• N H r I Phones 2-3535—3-1624 SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. ?4'J4 N. XX. 7th Ave. 1 1 00 W. Fluster Bt. 731 N. W, 11th >t PBONB -1 -12 LUBRICATION It is advisable l<> have your ear greased and lubricated. We all know thiis the best way tn prevent trouble en the road and to avoid unnecessary repair hills. SCHMIDT'S SERVICE STATION I Lubr'u a/ion Ex pert i I 8. W. "ih St. at :isl AT*. I %  % % %  a i s j a a i ... : pent in H< i ted l md wei :. iu .. A : • • a Mrs med I rip 1 .: %  .: tant of Hoi ; 1 Mil .. Sat urdaj Se] the Mia ei n a English. H !>• follow d bj brl %  '• %  Seitlin. %  I 1 1 I one : thi %  d M : Rubl 1 I ter Marjorl mer \. %  p : • • • tal a • a il B, 1) Mindi ition to to pi Haah Is conculding an all-day sewing circle and meeting at the home of Mrs. j. Hartz. the purpose of sewing garment* for The seating committee oi Betl %  ue will be at the Sal irda 1 ill day Sunday, ... .: ccomRabbl Mi thi 001 •: ':. '•' • %  Hayi Hi yom %  -. Id rj .: na shippi relatives in Atlanta. Savannah and Birmingham. ARE WE i faith with those who trust us wc living up to our obligations if c risk hcii 1 uture happinei iring 1 h< problems that v arise for them if, some day, did u"i conic home? Life insurance offers the and certain answer. There 1 1 substitute. A Southern Health & Life Insurance Policy on each one is nccssan ti> protect the others I the privation and expense c In the last illness and death, A few pennies each week is total cost. Soi THERN LIFE & I ll\l Til [NSURANCI COMPANY T. S. ( OOK, %  Rei %  : %  : :;I'll in* 2%  %  %  %  %  %  B ^"JrfSsr Srfiilis 2Sc 1 hildn n ISi fjp Rot nil., %  p.m. Sundaj Phone .' 6551 Evenings 20 Sunday Monday. Sept. 17-lsJlmmie Duntnte Buster Keatoi "What! No Beer?" I /,/; i)Olt 1 EXCHANGE BUREAU Miami's Successful "Business Stimulator" Operating Entirely Without Money I. milled at 250 N. E. 3RD STREET %  %  %  \ "ii 1.1" Inn BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE .// .1 /> %  /< that fits \our pocket book! PHONE 3-3687 21 N. XX. 9TII SI : *] |g'raTTTrrrDTi"g] [§[ Ts] |* %  % %  I nnouncing THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC ALEX DRUCKER, Director. Specializing In the Teaching of All Instruments at Verj Reasonable Prices MUSIC PROVIDED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1052 N. XV. Second Street. 1 am::.; %  ;: % %  *\ \# ::<. :. .-.. | [*" s 1 anmnj.:. •> I I Eat SCHCOI.NIKS EGG TWIST CHAI.A New York Bread & Cake Co., Ine. Phone 27852 I I



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Pa^c lour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 15, 1933. f ; .. : .. : ..;. ^..;. .>.;..;..;..;..;. *.;. •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• %  : %  %  :• •:• •:• -:•:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:•:• •:• •> •:• •:* • • # • Sa&ta Sgnagog Vtdbtitt Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Pounder and Director, Radio Synaffos ol America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA No .20. Tampa, Fla. Notes Mrs. Jacob Winner and sons. Harvey and Ted. have returned to the city after spending the summer al Treasure Island beach, ne Petersburg. Vol. 11. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1933. .;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. •> •> •;• •;• •> •> •;• •> •> •:• •> %  > •> •!• •> v # %  # •'•• • v • ••• ••*" "ChoOSe Wisely" Mr. and Mrs. P. Zbar and daughBcrlptore Beading, Deuteronomy, Chapter XXX. Verse* U-M, Inclusive, tere ol West Park ave„ run I1EPORE PROCEEDINO wth the sermon, this morning, I want to caued alter a visit of a few weeks In J5 ...... ,: ented a problem to me. A Batllmore. Atlantic City and Ne num b, %  : Radii Synagogue have on several oc^ork. rvices by tuning In their radios. They which they missed orally on and, have failed to fully grasp ie ermon. From their letters I have It ol understanding, Tl ni %  the fl riptmre which was used as the It, xhe r<: given each week at the Bulletin. Very often, I maki reference to Sol Flelschman, radio announcer for WDAE, Tampa, has returned from a three-day cruise In the gull |p with a party from Clearwater. • • • Mr. S. Marks and children of 806 LEFT WING BRITISH I.AIIORITES ASK BRITISH SANCTUARY FOR GERMAN BXILE8 London — A delegation of the left Wing labor party has appealed to Sir John Simon, British foreign minister, to permit the entry into England of refugees from the Nazi regime in England. The dele also asked him to use his influenci with the Hitler government to modify its attacks on Jews. Socialists and pacifists. Sir John Informed the labor leaders that he was keipIng in close touch with tin situation in Germany. Meanwhile the London papers report tiiat some 5.000 German refugees, mostly Jews. an irtiving In England monthly. + L. (Pop) GERSON! Buyer of all kinds of scrap! metal. We sell auto parts, | machinery etc. 2141 N. W. SECOND AVEN1 1 Keys Made While You Wait R. L. (Bob) GARKi Safe, Gun and Lock Expel 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED j 211 N. E. nth St. Phone 2-0718 ing durum the sermon. Obviously, if they have not W Michigan ave., have returned to oked reading the deslgthe city aftei an absence of three nated verses 'hey lack thi Lett ermon. 1 take the liberty of assumin ery home owns a copy ol that Best Seller of all Time. ptur( to the Israelites Impresses them with the need ot making a v heir actions. He makes il clear 111 that Man I %  ': he can choose good or evil. Life or Death. Yet, despite all thi idvl %  and all the evidence In favor of choosing tiu g< od and the right with resultant. Life, men foolishly choose the fronted with the natural dire consequences, they try to sneak out "from under" by disclaiming any responsibility for their lm tc bi "vie tims of circumstances." The weakling finds it very comforting to place his faith in Omar Khayyam's lines: %  T, Ch [uer-board of Nights and Days. Where D. .'.. Men for Pieces plays: Hither and thither moves, and mates, and slays, .' %  .: i one by one back In the Closet lay-. The Ball no Question makes ol Ayes and Noes. But right or Leu as strikes the Player goes; And He that 1 cd >wn into the PI He knows abi Hi knows—He kni wsl [•he Movin Pin er write.-; and. having writ, Moves On; nor all they Piety nor Wil Shall lure it back to cancel half a line. .ill thy Tl il out a Word ol it. And thai Inverted Bowl we call The Sky. Whereunder crawling coop't we live and Lift not thy handto it foi help—for it Is Impotently on as Thou or I." v words to thi who has rly, and finding him excuse for ive than. "God willed I tl tl d." I, too. j out in fai ed wrong, am 1 Jurj. I it thus. Tl Any la tent, com rom the 1 would • Y and to JUStilj :. ::. Man :•' and is, thi :• %  hi %  • vil inclination. The animal-i a, but. thi man tei him to hlghei 1 may be such as place added temptai h but t .li Ij In him, It, takes a firmer will to combat stronger tempi but thi noi Insurmountabli Then Is, to be fair, a conbetv en ol good and evil, both within mai 111 the world about him, but, the frequent victory of good over evil, within man. should mi isier for him to win the next battle. Unless man wishi %  limb to the imaginary luxuries and pleasures ol wick lus environment does not govern his choice, it is no more than the battlefield upon which he fl hi em of his moral battle. You may ask, What proof have I, what evidence can I produce that man ia free agent, that he has a freedom of choice?" Your uestion ii sincere but you appear to be very naive. Every law placed upon a statute-book Is mute evidence of the existence ot man as a free agent. When the lawmaker says, -You must not do this. or. you shall do that" he Implies that if you were not ordered to do one tliii. uld do the Other fn other words, left to yourself, without instruction,-, yon have rtunity and the ability to choose one of two or more ion.—you havi freedom of choice. To keep you from injuring an individual or society, your choice is taken from you and you are ordered to follow a COUr e which 1beneficial to .society. Now." il. in thi • ou had no freedom of choice, there would be no need Of n your actions, ol Urn ranee of your com 1 actmi You follov principle In your home, with your children. You warn your .son or daughtthem Into nue of conduct, i: no freedom ol choii would not caution them. It is I '• % %  in and they may select either one. thi Step In tO Counsel I i months visiting with In Rochester. N. Y. her relatives • Ood's advl Choose Life." We life and death, blessing and ."...I HINDENBURG'S SPEECH HINTS RETURN OF HOHENZOLLERNS. Berlin President von Hind npledge of loyalty to exKaiser Wilhelm in his speei thi celebration ol the German di feat ot the Russians at the battle ot Tannenberg has been interpreted hen as an indication that the G 1 BEAUTIFY THE GRAVES Gfftva Markers Made to Order H. Cliff Dresser 1-: N. W. 22nd Street Mrs. M. Argintar Of 2309 Nebraska ave., has returned after a Visit wit! her relatives In Aahevllle, N. 0. and her son-in-law and daughter. Mr man monarchy will shortly be n 1 tablished with a Hohenzollern on the throne. It 1reported that in his will Hlndenburg has that a regent be named to ruli Get many in thi evenl ol his Such a regent would mast likely be a monarchist. Liberal circles hen are ready to welcome a return I %  and Mrs. M. Coolik. oi Newnan Ga • • The Ladies' Auxiliary ol Rodoph Sholem Temple, held their first meeting of the season Thursday, Sept. ". at 3 p. m.. in the auditorium ol the temple, when plans were made for the High Holidays and the fall activities The auxiliary ho ngs the first day of each month. Hostesses for •inmeeting were Mrs. B. J. Pinman and Mrs L, Gordon. The officers of thi organization are as folIdent, Mrs. A. R. B> vice pre-ideiit. Mrs, B. Haimovitz; %  vice president, Mrs. p. Gotler; recording secretary, Mrs. M. 11. Klscom ponding secretary. Mrs. J Winner; and teasurer, Mi H Brash. BOGGS I for Shoe Repairing The Very Fines! of Sole LenthtT Immediate Attention in the Cleai and I!e*t Shop in Miami PI-M OH Rich! — Convenient Location We Make Your Shoes Look Like Ne the Hohi'iizollcrnas pn :< the tyrannical rule ol Hitler. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M Ma. !.' %  founder and tor ol the Radio Syna will preach over YVTOD at lu o'clock on Sunday morning on "5693--1: Simple Arithmetic.'' In addition to 1 1 rmon on thi' Ni Y. ar there will be music, prayers scripture ling, and a question bo.x. re the., tin.day lite and good, death and evil. ." The .OK. 1 our own. it is personal. It is spontaneous. No external 1 •(.make .1 decision • %  '• Ben Sira pro .ii,. truth ."Say not thou, it is through the Lord that 1 fell ..way: lor thou shall not do the thii ll !!' %  haeth. He IL: : from thi be inning, and % %  • him in the hand ol .•j wilt, thou shall keep :. %  mmandments; and to per%  ..sure. II. hal before thi lalt sti rth thy 1 ind unto v. : rid whichsoevei he 1..-:' %  : ir own. it take.coura 1 ..:. perseverance t> right, lor tiie good, in; Lift 1 wisely. Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE I.. DIXON COMPANY "The House I r bat s, nice limit" V 1100 N. 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