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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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*'Jewish Fllondliiai Hi
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
g, No. 42.
Jewish News
Around The
World
French Jews Anxiously Await Plans
df New Fascist Movement
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY. OCTOBER 27, 1033
PARISFrance, one of the few
real powers on the European con-
tinent where Fascism has not yet
made its appearance, is due for a
formal introduction to Fascism
when Francisme, the French coun-
terpart of Fascism, is proclaimed in
a nation-wide appeal. The appeal
will coincide with the opening of
parliament. The leader of Fran-
cisme Is Marcel Bucard. a former
army officer but now a journalist
Franclsme's program is anxiously
awaited in Jewish circles here be-
cause ii is feared it may presage
tin beginning of an organized anti-
Semitic movement In France.
Welfare Bureau
To Hold Election
The annual meeting for election
of officers for the Jewish Welfare
Bureau will be held at Kaplan Hall
on Tuesday evening, October 31st,
beginning at 8 o'clock and all Jew-
ish residents of Greater Miami are
asked to attend. The nominating
committee consisting of Mr. I.
Levin as chairman, and Messrs. M.
Cowen. Norman Musky. D. J. Apte.
Herbert Kleiman and Sam Blanck
| will present their recommendations
I for officers for the coming year
Nominations may also be made from
j the floor. A report of the activities
of the organization for the past
year will be presented by the presi-
dent and the executive secretary.
New School Term Marked by
Anti-Jewish Disturbances
In Poland
WARSAW.The opening of the
Ollege semester was the Ignal
for a series ol simultaneous attacks
on Jewish students and professors
by anti-Semitic group throughout
Poland In many of the institutions
lectures were broken up. Jewish
on insulted and Jewish
students driven from the classes,
mined to avoid a repetition of
lasl year's widespread riots which
nit of such student distur-
the Polish government has
d ihe anti-Semitic student
dissolved and arrested sev-
: members. All headquar-
I the league have been closed
and the government is keeping a
:1 eye on it.s activities.
i' lens Scheduled for London
Friendly Inn
Will Re-open
A special meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Hebrew Friendly
Inn held at Beth Jacob Oongrega-
lon last Tuesday night unani-
mously adopted a resolution thai
the home be reopened this year for
the accommodation of worthy tran-
sient Jewish cases, with the n'.-tfic-
tion that forbids the admission of
any who have been guests in previ-
ous years. A committee consisting
ot Me.-srs Baron De Hirsch Meyer,
the president. I. I. Mintzer. Sol S.
Goldstrom, Jacob Becker and Mrs
Sadye G Rose were appointed to
adopt rule- and regulations tor lite
conduct o! the home. The cooper-
ation ot tlie Jewish Welfare Bureau
to establish a complete case Bystem
was asked Election of officers will
lie held at I lie annual meeting on
Tuesday evening, November 7th. be-
ginning ai 8 o'clock at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall.
LONDON.Two conferences to
with the German-Jewish situa-
are scheduled to be held in
London within a week of each other.
One is the world-conference called
by the Joint Foreign Committee ol
Inglo-Jewish Association and
i Jewish Board of Deputies which
pen on October 29, with dele-
representing the leading Jew-
ish organizations and communities
ol the world. The second confer-
-' tor November 5, has been
tied by a group of Anglo-
h associations to proclaim a
I against German goods.
Speakers at the latter gathering
will be Sir Robert. Mond. Rabbi
1 Qaster and Philip Ouedalla,
Samuel Untermyer has also been
united.
Farce Comedy
To Be Presented
"r Koseiiau Wins Coveted Public
Health Honor
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.Dr. Mil-
"," J. Rosenau. internationally-
known Jewish physician who is a
member of the faculty of Harvard
i Diversity, was awarded 'he Sedg-
Ick Memorial Honor for Distin-
guished Service in Public Health at
' annual convention of the Ameri-
'"ii Public Health Association. This
' ,!d is one of the most coveted in
Tuesday evening, November 14th.
Junior Hadassah will present one
of the most popular plays of recent
years, the farce comedy "The Whole
Town's Talking" by Anita Loos at
the Temple Theatre. Based on
the belief that the feminine con-
tingent prefer the male with a
"past" the story revolves around
the machinations of a mother who
desires to have her daughter marry
into society, while the father pre
lers his partner, To offset the moth-
er's desires, a fabulous past is built
around the partner with a known
movie BCtreSS as his accomplice.
Hie young lady becomes drawn to
her lather's partner, the highlight
ol the play comes when the movie
actress who has never met the hero
of the play arrives for a personal
appearance in 'he town. The cast
which is being directed by Mrs.
Dale James, well known dramatist
includes a number of the best ot
Miami's Jewish histrionic talents.
Tickets may be purchased from Mis.-.
Rose Sowers or any member of her
committee.
Baring The Facts
There comes a time in the life of
every man or woman, particularly,
the honest, thinking, and decent
Jew, when he must become intros-
pective. Hi- then begins to take
'ock of himself, his actions, his
J past, bis present and more clearly
bis future. What is true of an in-
dividual becomes equally as true of
an organization or of a people.
At a meeting the other night of
a number of .lews, interested in
the promotion of the welfare of
their less fortunate fellow .lews,
horror, surprise and astonishment
was expressed when the fact that
ONLY THIRTY-SEVEN JEWS air
members in good standing of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau. With a
resident population in the Greater
Miami area of thousands, The Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau, charged with
the upkeep of men. women and
children, of their own flesh and
blood, too helpless to take care of
themselves, are IGNORED by the
great and overwhelming majority
of the Jewish people. Oh yes .
WC have organizations galore .
WC are ready to do everything and
to raise funds for every ism and
every fancy that one can concoct
. we welcome the visiting aclor
. the spurious "Itebbe" but
WE DENY COMPLETELY OIK
OWN FLESH AND BI.OOI) .
We lose heavily in pinochle and
poker frequent the theatres and
nifhl clubs and that ends it all.
Next Tuesday evening the annua!
meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau will be held, and we presume
the usual farce will he conducted.
A handful of men and women, some
sincere but the majority merely
there to seek undeserved honors
will gather. They will listen per-
functorily to reports of officers.
They wilt politely yawn and nod
when the nominating committee
will present its report and then on
motion of one individual, the entire
slate will be elected to represent
the Jewish community in the ad-
ministration of what is one of the
most important factors in the life
of Hie community. And we hesitate
not to say that many of hose
who will he chosen to office will
be those WHO ARE NOT EVEN
MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZA-
TION, if the payment of dues is
Considered The great mass of the
Jewish community will not even Im-
represented.
The record of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau, in the past several years,
though replete with splendid ae-
complisments so far as humani-
tarian work is concerned, and
though to he complimented for the
record of help and constructive
work it has rendered the Jewish
people never the less shows that
the entire Executive Board has
been completely ignored that
the work of the organization has
been handled by a select few .
thai (he organization has not been
democratic in any sense of the word
. that election to its inactive Exe-
cutive Board has been merely a
matter of dealing out honors and
"kihudim" to those of the favored
circle.
We condemn the neglect of the
(Continued on page 6)
Price live Centj
Joint Event To
Be Gala Affair
Nazi Claims
Held Baseless
Mrs. Louis Seligman and Mrs. J.
A. Richter, chairman of the Hal
lOWB'en Carnival to be held at Kap-
lan Hall Sunday night, announce!
a cafeteria dinner to be served at
6 P. M. Reservations can be made
by calling either of the hostesses
Mr. Bert Riesner will act as master
of ceremonies with the entire Club
Bagdad show appearing to present
a complete performance at 8 o'clock.
There will be dancing, general en-
tertainment and cards and hte pro-
ceeds will be divided between the
Temple Israel Sisterhood and the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau who are jointly spon-
soring this event. The cafeteria
dinner will be a feature of the
evening. The public is urged to at-
tend.
Bnai Brith To
Hold Meeting
An important meeting of the
local Bnai Brith Lodge has been
called tor Wednesday evening, No-
vember i.-t beginning at 8 o'clock
at the Beth David Talmud Hal:
when matters ni importance to the
local Jewish community will be dls-
cussed, All Jews of the Greater
Miami area are urged to attend. A
number ot speakers Including the
local Rabbis will address the meet-
ing. Plans for the future work ol
the organization and acquainting
'lie local Jewry with the work ol
the Bnai Brith will be acted on a'
tins meeting, A program of enter-
tainment wi!! be provided.
Noted Figures
To Arrive Here
Dr. B. Iserowitch, famous inter-
nationally for his work in the In-
terest of the relief of Jews in Easl-
ern Erope and who is now on a
tour of the United States on be-
half of the Jews of Germany a
pan of the Ort campaign, will ar-
rive in Miami on Nevember 7th. a
committee is now being formed to
greet this internationally known
figure and arrangements will be
made for a public gathering which
he will address, Full details will
appear in our next issue.
Sholom Schwartzbad. a member
of the French Foreign Legion. bu<
better known to the entire world.
particularly among the Jews as the
slayer of the Russian pogromist
General Petlura will arrive in
Miami shortly as part of a tour he
is making of the United State-
While here he will address local
Jewry at a public dinner that is
being arranged in his honor.
Schwartzbad was tried and ac-
quitted at a sensational trial in
Paris for the slaying of Petlura. the
defense being that it was in re-
taliation for the murders of thous-
ands of Jews by Petlura and his
soldiers.
Tracing back the origin ol the
Swastika, winch the German Nazis
I lairn as a pure 'Aryan" symbol.
Dr. Norman W. Brown. Professor
of Sanskrit at the University of
Pennsylvania, finds it to be a sym-
, bol whose origins are lost in remote
antiquity. His findings in regard to
the Swastika, as well as those re-
garding the origins of the Aryan
peoples, are published today by
Emerson Books, in a pamphlet en-
titled The Swastika: A Study of the
Nazi Claims of its Aryan Origin.
"The present Nazi claims are un-
tenable'' declares Dr. Brown. "Just
as their theory of Aryan racial
purity is fanciful, so, too. their use
of the Swastika as an Aryo-Chris-
tian symbol with aspects of anti-
Judaism, anti-pacifism and anti-
Marxism. Is entirely arbitrary. The
term Aryan' or Indo-European'
Signifies nothing ot race integrity
and only a relative degree Of cul-
tural uniformity, while the Swas-
tika is far too ancient and general
a human property to bear their
limited construction."
The actual origin of the Swastika
is lost in prehistoric obscurity; at
the beginning of the Christian
era it was already thousands
of years old, since it was known in
India 2500 B, C. It existed there be-
fore the arrival of the Aryans, or
Indo-Europeans, who adopted it
from the people they had vanquish-
ed, and gave it the name "Swastika"
a Sanskrit word meaning object
of well-being." It is as a good luck
symbol that it appears to have
passed down through the ages, even
belore tins name was applied to it
Many peoples in many diverse
places have used it.
"Today in dermany," writes Dr.
Brown, "it is a symbol of the Aryan
struggle toward the light, but the
oldest of the known interpretations
may, like the youngest, be only a
rationalization of an auspicious
character which the symbol had ac-
quired for some reason long since
forgotten." India. Baluchistan.
Asia Minor, generally. Greece. Ger-
many. England. China. Japan, and
Northern Atrica, are some of the
places mentioned where the Swas-
tika has long been common. A
curious problem lies in the preseno
of the Swastika in America before
the time of Columbus. It \s frequent
in Northern. Central and Southern
America according to the author.
The term "Aryan" it.self has a
meaning, he says, far different from
the special one attributed to it by
the German Nazis. The Aryans, or
Indo-Europeans, are, in fact, a group
of many peoples, united by a com-
mon culture, of which the out-
Standing feature is a relationship
of language. More than four thous-
and years ago. Dr. Brown tells us.
the original Indo-Europeans were
a group of uncivilized tribes living
in a comparatively small area
About 2000 b. c. they migrated to
pans of Europe and Asia, clashing
there with some of the great civiliz-
ations ol antiquity. Within a few
(Continued on page 6)


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Friday. October 27. 1933

* PLAYING AT THE
SOCIETY.
The Ladles Auxiliary of the Miami
h Orthodox Congregation is
: nsoiing a Russian suppi 1 al thi
vestry rooms of the Synagog on
Sunday evening. November 5tl
the benefit of its Talmud Torah
fund. A small adn
>i and in addition to the pro-
f enter:.-.::.:: nl thai is be-
ing provided, ca
.- is a com-
mittee headed by Mrs G. Kotkin.
vice preside nl
Mrs Tina
Kotkin, Mrs Nat Blumberg, Mrs
:. Abrams 1 M Milton
W'l .:

Mrs Max Dob:::. Of the
entei tained the
and all
M01 t hi
81 S W :.;::. street Those
Mrs E
Mrs H Bulbin Mrs I Sin
Mrs R H Mill Mrs V Bu
Adull :0r
l hildrrn 10c
11.,\ iiff.r*
I
p.m. Sunday
Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20c
Won., Oct. 29-30
i E. Brown, Ginger Rogers
'* i on Said A
Mouthful"
Start A
SAVINGS
ACCOUNT!
. nd day II with-
'.on it will GROW
hi ;p it to grow be-
cause
We Pay 5 c Interest
The
Morris Plan
Company
Of Miami
VINCENT R. BRICE. Manager.
105 N. E. First Ave..
MIAMI. FI.A.
Mrs L. Hartz. Mrs. H. Rubin. Mrs
Alex Goldstein. Mrs. B Winkle.
Mrs S Simonhoff, Mrs. L. Zeientz.
Mrs. M Plant and the chairman.
Mrs Samuel Katz.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will sponsor one of its regular
bi-weekly card parties at the
of the Sj : n Tuesday
ing, October 31st. b<
8 p. m with thi officers and direc-
rs ol thi auxiliary as thi
Prizes will be awarded for
- ires and refn shments will be
I The public is invited to at-
tend.
Mr. and Mrs H H Miller of
.....ind Miami ann inci thi
: of their da..
Mi a: Nadli r. thi
: Mrs R Nadli i York
All d< sii.:.- i physical
: :
".:..- B- rtha H : attend
.::. from 9 1"
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Mr. Finberg ol
y rk Citj I
ty-four
. In
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nt com-
: who left
:.e for
I to the city
W
day morning to
thi early part of next week.
Mr. Brown Is negotiating an im-
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LIVE AND LET LIVE!
I> THE MOTTO OF THE
CUT RATE KOSHER MARKET
23" N. W. 5TH STREET
Where the finest of STRICTLY KOSHER meats and
poultry will be sold at prices fair to the consumer FAR
BELOW prices now charged by others.
Watch For Our Opening Announcement
Mai .
which will
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adlng r >1< s ::. Thi
Eagle and The Hawk.' thi si
.,: .::.. flyi :. gi hatred
them both he-
:o the Tivoh
Theatre Sundaj M I
and Carole Lombard ad
;pporting cast.
The Eagle and The Hawk" is
story by John Monk Saun-
author of "Wings March and
..- a pilot and ob-
in t!:e Bl
March a skilled, reckless flyer:
thei In
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Is outmaneuven
ndllng ol his
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deadly handling of I .
But on the ground. March and
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ful oi Mai
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working on Mai ination;
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' feel ympathy for his
pilot. it Is I thai
: .i month's
furlo .
Hen the fronl fn
ed. But the i .. tits > im.
itely upon his return hi
ipon him as the pic-
ture n its i Umax
R.ivmond Simon :.- announcing
the formation of a select class for
those desiring piano instruction.
Mi Simon, former pianist and solo-
ist al the Fleetwood. Pancoast. and
Roney Plaza Is Is well known
In musical cin li
Mr Joe Mechlow of Miami Beach
returned to the city last Sunday
after having spent the summer
visiting relatives and friends in
Europe.
*
The Blis ol the son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Goodkind of Miami
Beach was performed at the Vic-
toria Hospital Wednesday with Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei of the Radio
Synagogue officiating.

Mrs. I L. Mintzer returned to the
city Wednesday after having spent
a week visiting her daughter Ethel
at the Florida State College for
Women in Tallahassei
-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum
and daughter Hope Ellen returned
to the City after having spent the
summi:....-.:. relativi
in New York. Atlantic City and the
mountain
Mr. Philip Bi left last
'. .; '
York City and will return to Miami
in about :v H
. I by Moi:. and I
A shai k senl E. Brown .
for th
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inci
by a
ire, bu: whi
cut the
some from shore.
was a yi.: hark and
it for shore.
Mlam si : :: ol the Natii nal
C .:. : Jew] .. ','. |M
Wednesday at the home of Mrs
Charles Beckwitt. 221 S. W. Elev-
enth street. Mrs. Herbert Feibelrnan
sang two Russian songs. "In the
Silence of the Night" iRachmani-
noff i and "Eastern Romance"
iKlmsky-Korsakoff), with Frances
Druckerman accompanying. Re.
freshments were served.

The Senior Hadassah is sponsor-
ing a garden fete and bridge party
for the benefit of the Infant Wel-
iare Department, with Mrs. Alber:
Rosenthal as chairman, at the hom?
ol Mrs Rosenthal. 1031 S. W. 23rd
Avenue. November 8th. Mrs j
Simpson, Mrs B. Winkle. Mrs B
Simonhoff. and Mrs. J. Williamson
will assist the hostess.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S M Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synago
over wiod at ten o'clock
on Sunday morning on "The Song
Of The Shirt." In addition to the
sermon there will be prayers, hymns.
mu.-ic scripture reading, and a
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t.iitli with those wliD trust u:
wc living up to our obligations it
>k their future happines< bj
ignoring the problems that would
arise for then: if, some day,
did not come home?
Life insurance offers the safe
and certain answer. There i- no
substitute.
A Southern lealth & I ife In-
surance Policj on each one is ne-
cessar) to protect the others from
the privation and expense caused
by the last illness and death.
A icw pennies each week i- the
total cost.
Southern Life &
I [ealth Insurance
Company
T. s ( ook, Mantgi i
Realty Board Bids. Phcne -- U
For Fresh
Sea Foods
STOP AT
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FISH MART
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOVTEST
Our I isli Jrc the freshest Caught by our own boats daily
If it is Sea Food. r have it at its very best, and at attractively
low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in ob-
servance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.


Friday. October 27, 1933
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PI 'HUSHED EVKRY FRIDAY
b> the
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I". O. Box 2873
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
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EDITORIAL OFFICES:
til S. W. I.'ilh Avrnue Phone 2-1183
.1. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
f'KF.D K. SH0CHF:T. Cirrulation Manager
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
I as Het-ond class matter July 4,
|9S0, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida,
under the A.i of Mar.h 3, 1H79.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
Months......
S2.0t
FRIDAY, OCTOBER !7.
Vol. No. 42
lit:!::
Danger Signals
in recent months the news of
Ine has emphasized bul two
thi gi '' ii. | (in perlty oi
o intry and the feverish ef-
to make place for as main
in-Jewish refugees a.-- pa ilbli
problem oi Arab-Jewish rela-
:;.i. tx en pushed into tile
round and lutip or nothing
aid about it. In the la
day.-, however, it lias come to the
:: The death sentence Im-
on i wo Arabs tor the murder
ol a Jewish coloni.st and his son re-
the existence of an Arab
1st group bent on murdering
Jewish settlers. Simultaneously (lie
Arab Executive revived its anti-
Jewish agitation by plan- for a
ll .-tiike and a demonstration
Mosque of Omar in protest
the new Jewish immigra-
tion and the sale of land to Jews.
demonstration has been for-
bidden but this new manifestation
Ol Arab opposition is likely to
serious tension. We are of
the belief that the new Zionist
itive should waste no time in
coming to an immediate undcr-
standing with the Arabs on all
m.s. It Ls true that the Arab
Executive is sharply divided on the
hi of Jewish immigration. It
true that a substantial num-
ber of influential Arab leaders ap-
e and understand what the
Jews are seeking to accomplish. But
tbe Zionist Executive must be prac-
and far-sighted. The Arab
Ii in must be tackled and an
equitable modus vivendi agreed
upon. The present signs of Arab op-
i" "ion must not be permitted to
11 "li the .stage where unscrupulous
agitators can fan into a dangerous
flame,
may continue to send their mis-
sionaries everywhere to convert the
Jews, but a handful of madmen
drunk witli power have sent their
efforts crashing with a single blow.
It must be a great shock to Chris-
tian missionaries everywhere to
witness the sad debacle of the
Christian conversion movement In
Germany, tor there, more Hum in
any other country the efforts to
convert the Jews had been most
successful. Thousands had already
accepted Christianity and many
thousands more were well on the
way lo adopting the Christian faith.
Yet the German oppression has
shown that not even acceptance of
Jesus, which Christians have urged
as the one salvation for the Jew.
can save the converted Jew from
the hatred ol his fellow-Christians
While G00.000 Jews are oppressed m
Germany, the Aryan laws oppress
equally more than a million Chris-
tians who once were Jews or who
are descendants of Jewish converts
to Christianity. Doe.- the silence of
the Christian missionaries and ot
the Christian churches in general
mean thai they are indifferent to
the problem? Ii they are. now is
the time to abandon the entire mis-
lonary movement among Jews as
a lost cause. They must understand
that 'lu Jewish-
Chrlstii : many and the
failure ol C m nan..
thrOUl world to p.
i this undoing of tl
ntui a bi a fatal
: to tin n efforts. We know
Jews thinl failure, bul
v. I.a' will the Chi; I lam do?
Page Three
St. Petersburg
Notes
llie New
Harbor
Haifa
Majestic Mount Carmel will
henceforth invite maritime trade to
Palestine by way ol the new Haifa
Friday services, 8 P. M. at Con-
gregation Bnai Israel, 921-9th St.
north. A. S. Kleinfeld. Rabbi, ser-
mon. "The Development of Jewish
Theology."
Saturday morning. 9 o"clock, Dis-
course, The Weekly Portion of The
Torah.
Sunday School, 10 A. M.
Hebrew School daily, 4 to 6 P. M.

The Bar Mitzvoh celebration of
Raymond Feinberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Feinberg, 1701 10th St.
North, which was held at the Syna-
gogue was a very impressive event
from a spiritual and social point ol
view. The Synagogue was crowded
to ihe utmost capacity. The local
post of the American Legion, of
which Mr. Feinberg is a member,
attended in a body. Raymond was
especially eloquent in reciting the
exercises Ol the day. Alter the .ser-
vices, the congregation was invited
;a remain to partake of the feast
firmant.
Mr. Hyman M. Jacobs, President
of Coi Bnai Israel, at a
n i : oiden lip drive, which proved verj
\ B number ol la
ffiliated young men i
responded, and have joined
ranks ol the Congregation.
Louis Gordon of
Tampi ntertained last 8un-
I 22nd, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
luihs and son. also Rabbi A. S.
Kleinfeld of si Petei burg.
At the last regular meeting oi the
Congregation, Rabbi Kleinfeld's n -
I Blow To
Proselyting
The Christian world has been
otit.-poken in its protest against the
ution of Jews in Germany,
out one element of the Gcrman-
i tragedy, which if fully ap-
preciated must be regarded as a
tig blow to certain groups of
Kins everywhere, has been
'''looked. We refer to the fact
'hat seven months of Nazi rule
undone some nineteen hun-
of Christian effort to
port, which ha been
commercial shipping.
This Is an event of more than
passing importance. In less 'liar.
15 years. Jewish genius succeeded
in making Palestine's areas hum
with activity. Industrially and agri-
culturally Israel- ancient homeland
has been given a new lease of life.
Now. as a result of the industries
created and the new fields that have
been found for the Palestine
oranges, there is need for better
shipping facilities. The Haifa Port
is expected not only to provide
these facilities, but also to attract
additional commercial enterprises
to Palestine. There is good reason
for believing that the Haifa Port
will become the leading port in the
Near East
It is to Jewish achievement that
the construction of this port is to
be credited. Without the advances
made by Jews its construction
would still have been only a remote
possibility, Jews everywhere, there-
fore, have reason to rejoice and to
expect that the port's completion
will help to bring a more speed}
realization of Israel's dreams for
the reconstruction of Israel's cradle-
land.
opened for election was unanimously approved
New York Jewish Teachers College
Reopened After Fifteen
Months
NEW YORK.Closed for lack of
funds in June. 1932. after an exis-
tence of nine years, the Hebrew
Union College for Teachers has
been reorganized here under the
name of the College for Jewish
Teachers and has opened classes at
Temple Emanu-El. Under the aus-
pices of the Greater New York
Committee of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, the
school aims to tram teachers and
to provide an opportunity for Jew-
vte the Jews. The churches Ish study on a collegiate level.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis ol 120
lath Avenue N.K. entertained Rab-
bi A. S. Kleinfeld at dinner on
Wednesday Eve.. Oct. istii.
The Ladies Auxiliay and Aid
Society of Congregation Bnai Is-
rael, are planning in the near fu-
ture to hold a bazaar, assisted by
the members of the Congregation
and the Judaic Council, also (he
Young Maccabees.
*
The hostesses for the Card Party
to be given for the Ladies Auxiliary
and Aid Society, are Mrs. Harry
Herman and Mrs. M. Benjamin.
Same will be held at the Congre-
gation, 921 9th St. No., on Sunday
Eve, Oct. 29th. with refreshments
and an elegant prize for each table.

At the regular meeting of the
Judaic Council held last Monday-
Eve. Oct. 23rd. election of officers
took place, resulting in re-electing
Mrs. W. V. Salzer. President, Mrs.
Al Esrick was elected vice-presi-
dent, and Mrs. Sam Fyvolent. secre-
tary, MLss Celia Rubin was re-
elected treasurer. Installation of
Officers will be celebrated at the
Nikko Inn. with Rabbi A. S. Klein-
feld as guest of the evening, who
will install the officers.

Friends of Miss Celia Rubin and
her uncle, Louis Goldberg, who re-
cently met with an automobile ac-
cident, will be glad to learn that
they ari> improving nicely.
A pretty new hat may not affect
a woman's brain, but it always
to her head.
Marriage Is a lottery, but is one
of the game- of chance that i Ii
men do not try to discourage.
THE
GLOOM
TROTH
Oh thou, before whose altar men
still bow,
Strike off their shackles, loose their
fetters now.
Give to thy waiting supplicants
some simple sign
That men may read aright your
laws divine.
Remove the mask that hides the
smirking face
Of him who fattens on his own dis-
grace.
Take back from him all profit
wrong obtained.
And serve him with what honesty
has gained.
Strip bare the bodies of the knave
and cheat,
And clothe them in a prison
complete.
Give thou some sign proclaiming
brighter days,
Thereafter guide us in your prom-
ised ways.
Synthetic sausage skins are com-
ing into wide use in the trade. No
matter how you dress it up. how-
ever, it is still boloney.
A flying show at Roosevelt Field.
New York, failed to make expenses.
Dora thinks there must have been
a lot of knotholes in the fence.
We expect there will be a hitch
this year in figuring the Cuban
sugar exports, as it isn't known
definitely how much Machado took.
Repeal has been so painful and
arduous a process. Perhaps the
next amendment will be added to
the Constitution on a perforated
coupon.
A mou.se ;. afraid Ol a man.
man is aland ol a woman and a
woman Is afraid ol a mo
a man nevi r appreciates 'he gifi
ol a solitaire diamond more than
when he hold- the other three acei
A yegg spent a day cracking an
Illinois vault in which he found
only $1.30. He plans to lay his
grievance before the NRA.
In the Ii ii". run. think.- an East-
ern alia!, t, Japan will be whipped
by China. Meanwhile, it'.s oni
those 'can:.- 'hat piles up
barber In Vermont hat
of 94 and must be
Wi M on toward 'he point of his
story.
It is hard for a man to look in
'In glass and convince hims.lt Mia'
he wa- once considered by his
mother the sweetest thing in tin-
".orld.
Pleading or love i.s a man-sized job;
No woman ever succeeded at it.
Try it. you fluttering little chit.
Try it with coquetry, sweetness or
wit
On lively Benny or serious Bob;
Try n with tears and a choking sob.
Always it proves a complete misfit
Pleading for love is a man-sized
job;
No woman ever succeeded at it.
Experience gained by young wood-
men with the CCC may be inval-
uable in later life, if they have to
an ax to a Hubbard squash.
Ability to read i- unessential in
public office, says a New York
court. Meanwhile. Tammany thinks
the handwriting on the wall is part
ol 'he wall paper.
"I CANT see where the cigaret
I is much improvement over
the match.'' .-ays puffing Polly.
"when you consider how many of
us have last our religion trying to
make a lighter light.''
"Mystery shrouds theft of 80
manhole covers from the streets of
Detroit." observes the Toronto Tele-
gram. "Somebody seems to have
reasoned that a few more good
openings were needed in that
town."
There may he a delay in promot-
ing a new world war, as national-
ists in several European countries
have not yet settled on a color in
shirts.
Boss: "What are you doing Sun-
day night?"
Steno: Boss: "Then try to get down here
earlier Monday morning."
The girl chum says one good way
to use up the country's surplus
leather would be to give out medals
to Sunday drivers.
Women barbers will never be-
come really popular with the men.
They can't forget the scrape Sam-
son got into by going to a woman
for a haircut .
It is understood that the code for
movie artists will provide lor no
time off for divorce.
Poetry, says a Yale prof., is a
more strenuous art than lighting,
but we never heard of a poet run-
ning 25 miles to take off six pounds
A Maryland juror, who told the
court he was not intelligent enough
for jury service, was nevertheless
excused, as he had other reasons,
Fairy tale: Once there j
school boy who brought home his
books to study two hours at night,
and didn't do the studying in 15
minutes between breakfast and
ailing time next morning.
Timid Wile 'to husband who has
lallen asleep at the wheel i: "I don't
mean to dictate to you. George, but
isn't that billboard coming at us
awfully fast?"
Some people believe In luck just
because they never have any.
Politeness will often lose a man
his seat in a crowded street car.
A fool may have brains enough
but lack.- the sense required to
make use of them
A clever girl Ls one who know.-
what you do mean, when you say
things you don't mean.
A man is sometimes compelled ti
put up with those he does not love
-pawnbrokers, for instance.
Only hall a- many traveling men
ar<' on the road as in '21. We like
to believe that the others married
farmers' daughters and settled
down like honest fellows.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. October 27, 1933
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Sautvt >ynannn DuUrttn
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
ler nd Din :' ^marlca T
Sunday Mornings VIOD, Miami, Florida *
No. 8 ?
Orlando, Fla.
Notes
Vol. Ill SUNDAY, OCTOBEB 22. 1933
"Fear, A Cause of War"
Th( ,.k. ..The L, ....; is my light and my salvation; whom
tear? The Lord 1.- the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be
raid oi the Lord. Fi Lord
th and Love Pear 1- mans greatest
destrui tivi force within
:.dividual.
During the past ther war in Europe has stunned
And tiould develop, it wi
: atural human reaction to rid one's life ol
sing thin n our pea
, re to be 11 tl
dent to mai or something I
harm row out 01 all proportions
my to be n m d from his path. The
] 1 ny ol what the other
. Continent, oi what may
and In both casi s, for war ;
for a 1
: mal problems to those who
t turn, during t en. to my
I W : L'POI
risibility. Religious'
present
to undo the
ns ol : thai
[ the J point to 1 Scripture whicl
the Lord." I repeat what I ha\ lid so oftet
: ft means 1 rence." You
If you fi at Him Wi nevei
nd lovi n t!
tten the foil
ither on feai or on
.. the lettei I tl -
Because of 1
ill :. Dl ssat
nd not be truthful. F<
si nalitj nee of the object fi

t. in laded thal
hi weak and unt 1 hopeless!
icept at thi la .. if a Forci lyin msid
nd punishment: he. ol his own
rd alk in the path that is si tem
nvinced that he I re oi hin
A on love di a
etweet action. It enl the
man beci mi
force of goodr.' him Hi
hat in
rk of thi Ion. All he
o do is ark to illut
and darkm II appt ai :: im hi
rhi fear of God ma;. :;- 0j
hi:. evi l ol (lowed
|j king who ruled hit t fi ai and
. ......ect, and who for Infi nt
could hen the lord hom he labored
had the ich govi rnancc
I :
full of lc- Ing I Qod's p mind would
:ing. for H King I King
and
nts. who are mortals ol it
ne to be imbued with the fear of God?
"Man is nc n
lost t ich but in
Man. that the;'... ........ bound
him for cei Mtrary force generated :
: man Thi
:
......
-.-. er. H
happ:: and tendei 1
hear: He is a
To feai Him I Ions t
lember of thi prii --.craft I refuse to be included

d fear on the :..
I truth in the accusation. 1
con-
ire to follc
: I
ad to know that he is con-
ing from his recent illness.

Frank Diamond, of Jacksonville.
Is in Orlando lor an Indefinite
May.

Joe Wittensteln left Saturday to
spend several days In Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. M. stone, accom-
panied by their nephew. Harold
Soloman. have reopened their
te for the winter.

Mrs Nat Herman returned Thurs-
day from a u n day buying trip In
New York.

Mr. L. Levinson and son. Manuel,
ol Daytona, -pen' several day.- in
Orlando.
Mrs. Solon Klepper underwent a
tonsil operation at the Florida
Sanitarium last week

Mr. Hyman Roth returned the
til part ol this week from a buy-
ing trip In New York.
Mr and Mrs. H. Rickersbui
Philadelphia, arrived Saturd.
spend the winter In Orlando.
Mrs. Perry M. LI tensti In has
nfined to her home for sev-
eral week.- with a sprained back.
Friends of Mr. Sol Samuels will
n w, need money! Wi wanl your money! Any one who
not put something Into the plate should go to the Jew-synagogue.
.,;;.. 1 be] many oi those who heard these remarks could
en in a j, I am certain, that su
pn acl the pulpit of a Church. What has the Chri
Why trj to hold your congregation with
why should thi 1 edly an Instrument of peace. Instill
n the minds of men and thus pave the way for wars and bloodshed?
Had thi of old. In 1 their powerful
free man from fears at to teach man the mas-
tery ol 'he divine within man. we would not now be hold-
to end war. And. pray, do
not b:. 1 God. 11 met till beastly enough to murdei
1 for havti h fools. The next
be endowed wit titles. Banish fear. Turn on
ind you'll find that there Is no bogey-man. Parents have made
them during infancy,
mania, and
sible for war But. what I de-
cry mc st ol all
ideas mankind, h LUthor been
ar ol public opinion and free from fear of ridicule and
c. r from you Drive it out of your ethical
t. Cleanse youi pi 1 nal
within you. or allow fears to dominate
you and b-. a slavi to I nd destruction. The choice Is
You can do it. If you want to i> frei I say "Go and fear no more.
God Is with you!"
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A god penman may drive a pen
but pencils are better lead.
\ real many orators mix the oil
of eloquence with water ol weak
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Friday. October 27, 1933
____ THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
SOCIETY
An installation luncheon under
iln leadership of Mrs. Milton Wein-
er, of the newly elected officers of
the Jewish Welfare Auxiliary, will
be held Monday noon, November
at Kaplan Hall.

Imii Williams and the entire
Club Bagdad Show will appear at
the join) Temple Israel Sisterhood
,-h Welfare Auxiliary Hal-
lowe'en party Sunday night. Oc-
tober 89th, at 8 p. m.. when the
complete performance will be
riven at Kaplan Hall.
The Y. M. H. A. Ping Pong team
will meet the strong Ft. Lauderdale
;u a series of contests soon,
full details of which will be an-
nounced in an early issue. Officers
ly appointed by the V. M. H.
head committees are Seymour
Kaplan chairman of publicity, Phil
manager ol the diamond
.mi. and Nat Kupcr chairman
ol nuance.
C. L. Clements. 1141 Lincoln road.
baa been appointed representative
of the Aetna Casualty & Surety and
affiliated companies, to handle all
forms of casualty, fire and marine
insurance as well as fidelity and
surety bonds, it was announced.
Mr. Clements has been in the in-
surance business here for several
years representing nationally known
companies.
IVOLI
PLAYING AT THE
Till AVIL THEATRE
assisted by Signor Cordova.
Keeper of MusicMrs. Hender-
son.
Cloak-roomMrs. Stewart.
Door-keepers Messrs. Stewart
and Herman Henderson.
Special features will be a Romany
Booth, and an Astrology Booth with
Prof. W. H. Perrins in charge.
The officers of the Miami Choral
Society are:
PresidentPrank Purnell.
1st vice-presidentPhelps Hop-
kins.
2nd vice-presidentB. M. Stew-
art.
SecretaryMrs. G. W. Collins.
TreasurerSchuyler C. Hodge.
Musical DirectorJean C. Little-
wood.
GINGER ROGERS
8:45 nml nno p. M.
| Sunday 20c till G:30 P. M.
I miii.-Moil.. Oct. 29-30
I redrlc .March. ( ary (.rant
'The Eagle and
The Hawk"
Carole Lombard
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Buyer of all kinds of scrap
'metal. We sell auto parts,
I machinery etc.
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<>i study at the Aetna's home office
so he would be informed regarding
all phases cii this business. For
five weeks, Mr Clements came In
daily contact with experienced In-
surance distributors and company
executives from whom he gained a
better understanding ol the com-
pollcles.
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Preparations are now being made
for the opening ol a strictly Kosher
meal market within the next ten
days at 237 N. w. Fifth street,
which tii specialize In Hie .sale of
koshei meats at cut rate prices
The management believes that with
the economic conditions ol today.
and the low coal ol meats at whole-
sale, the consumer should be given
a much lower price than i.s being
Charged for kosher meats in Miami
today.
*
Rosario Picciolo Is chief instruc-
tor and musical director for the
boy s band now being organized by
the local Maccabees for its Junior
members between the ages of 14 to
18 The first meeting to try out
candidates for the band, member-
ship of which will be without charge,
Will be held at the Scottish Rite
Temple at Northwest North River
Drive Saturday. October 28th at
1 p. m.

Mrs. Benjamin B. Duke of Ft.
Pierce. Fla.. i.s visiting her sister
ind brother in law. Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney H. Palmer, at their Miami
home and will remain for a short
time,

Among those named by Sheriff
Colenian Ml his -tall as deputy
sherlfl Is Murry Grossman, active
communal worker and now presi-
dent Of the Y. M. H. A.

The Miami Choral Society of
fifty trained voices, organized about
three months ago to assist in the
entertainment of winter visitors
.luring the comln i season, will give
Its second Conceit. Dance and
i Card Party on the Alcazar Roof on j
! the night of Monday. October 30th.
The Halloween motif will be car-
ried out, making a general gala j
nights entertainment,
The concert will start at 8 p. m.
and will consist of full choral num-
bers. Men's Glee Club. Women's
Chorus. Vocal and Instrumental
Solos, and other specialty numbers.
A professional orchestra will fur-
nish music for dancing, winch will
follow the concert. Those preferring
in play cards will be provided with
accommodations and prize- Re-
freshments win be served.
The following committees will
have charge:
Reception Mesdames Watson,
Jan-ell. Mitchell, Lawrence, Han-
nah. Oleason and Olllff.
Decorations Messrs, Woodring,
.ShaiiiimIiou.se. Mitchell. Hannah.
Briery and Deterer,
Finance Messrs. Starkey, Hodge
and Conger
Dance Music Messrs, Singer,
Pumell and Miss Drummond.
Cuds and Prize: Mesdames
Thompson, Collins and Thomas.
Dane DirectorProf. s. j. Bell
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph
Sholom Temple will speak on "Will
the Sefardic Jews Return to Spain'"
at services Friday evening. Oct. 27.
and will be assisted by the Rodoph
Sholom Choir. Services are held
every Friday evening at 8 o'clock
and Saturday morning at 9 a. m.
The Sunday school of Rodoph
sholom Temple attendance has in-
creased to 8") children.
The children of the Hebrew
School attend the regular services
every Saturday morning, after the
services a class of girls meet for
instruction of Hebrew.

The dance sponsored by the
Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom
Temple Sunday evening. Oct. 22nd.
at the Moulin Rouge Night Club
was a success both socially and fin-
ancially. The committee in charge
of arrangements was as follows:
general chairman. Mrs. M. H. Kis-
ler, assisted by Mrs. A. M. Wolfson.
Mrs. I. Abramovitz, Mrs, Herman
Cohen, Mrs. Simon Marks, and Mrs.
P. Gotler. The members of the com-
mittee wore handsome wrist cor-
sages made of Roses and Ba by-
Breath.
A floor show was presented at
mid-night with Mr. Sol Fleischman
acting as master of ceremonies.
Those taking part in the program
were Mr. Hubert Sheppard. Rose
Till Barker. Harold Wurtele. Miss
Thelma Burdette. Miss Gussie San-
ders, and Mr. Joe Worth.
The sun. a lapidary, cuts
Sapphires and amethysts.
And all the jeweled rainbow arch
From stormy clouds and mists.
From one small twilight cloud he
carves
A rose-quartz cameo.
And mounting it on turquoise, puts
Some burnished gold below.
From dappled clouds more prodigal
Than Shad Jahan's empire.
He build.s a dome of rubies, all
Aflame with crimson lire.
Now you ran buy
BILTMORE
LAUNDRY SERVICE
at a /trice that fits your pockelbook!
I ONE 3-3687
21 N. W. 9TH ST.
: ; i : : : :!
THE
MACCABEES
In addition to all regular forms of life insurance, The Maccabees are now
issuing for the special benefit of the business man or the young man with
family responsibilities, having a small income and who needs more in-
surance, a Five and Ten Year Automatic low cost policy.
This policy takes care of your needs when you need it most, at a very low
cost. Without medical examination or certificate of good health, it auto-
matically converts into an Ordinary Life or Twenty Payment Life Policy
at the end of the low cost period. This enables you to begin your insurance
program now.
This policy can also be written with double indemnity, and with certain
features which will give you ten dollars per month, per thousand in case
of accident. The Maccabee's policies carry a safely clause which very few
organizations or companies carry. This is a clause that prevents the com-
pany from going broke, and the state of Colorado has recently past a law
that all companies with Home Offices in Colorado, must carry this clause
in their policies.
A. M. COFFIN,
State Manager
226 Seybold Building


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THE JEWISH FLOR I PI AN
Friday, October 27, 1933
I Announcements!
i i
.-----------------------------. *
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
ill Washington AT*., Miami Hcach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, BabbL
The usual early .services tonight
will be tallowed by the late Friday
night services at H:30 when Rabbi
Rosenbloom will preach a sermon
on "Lot and His Followers," Cantor
Boils Schlaclunan will chant the
services and lead the congregation-
al singing. Sat 111 day morning the
Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the
portion of the week. Sunday .school
begins promptly at 10 a. m. and Tal-
mud Torah meets daily at 3:30 to
6:30 p. m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Wandering Jew." Mincha services
begin at 5 p. m. and will be follow-
ed by the Shalosh Saudah and the
Maariv .service. Registration is still
being held for the Talmud Torah
Which meets daily at 3 p. m. in the
Synagogue, and the Sunday .school
which meets Sunday at 10 a. 111. in
1 he Y. M. H. A. building. Announce-
ment will be made shortly of the
beginning of the late Friday even-
ing .services.
NAZI CLAIMS HELD BASELESS
(Continued from page 1)
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
The usual Friday evening servic-
es begin at 8:15 p. m. when the
Rabbi will preach a .sermon on
"Roosevelt, the greatest ruler of to-
day." The public is invited to at-
tend. Religious school meets Sun-
day at 10 a. m.
The usual early services will be
lollowed by the late services at 8:15
with a sermon by the Rabbi on
"The God of AbrahamIs He Our
God?" Saturday morning the Jun-
ior congregation meets at 10:30 a.
m. and they will sing the tradi-
tional music that has been taught
them by Cantor Kaminsky. The
Bar Mitzva Boy's Club meets Sun-
day at 8 a. m. followed by the Sun-
day school at 10 a. m. The Friday
night chanting and congregational
Singing is directed by Cantor Louis
Hayman.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
154S S. W. Third Strt
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
The regular early services begin
al (" p. m. Saturday morning
services begin at 9 a. m. when the
Rabbi will preach a sermon on "The
BARING THE FACTS
Continued from page 1)
Bureau by the Jewish community
but we cannot condone the ignoral
of the mass of the Jewish people
by those in control of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. The time has ar-
rived for the Jewish community of
Greater Miami to take stock of it-
self. Conditions as they now are
cannot and should not be permitted
to continue. We have a lot of faith
in the common sens*' of a number
of those who will take part in the
annual meeting of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau. We believe that they
mean to play fair with the Jewish
community, and we therefore re-
spectfully urRc:
1. Do not elect UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES those who are
not members of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau, to any office what-
ever.
2. Forget everything but the wel-
fare of the unfortunates when you
choose those who will direct the
destiny of the organisation; above
all do not elect FIGURE HEADS.
centuries they became promineni
111 world aflairs, and from th<
they have steadily Increased In Im-
pi rtance, until today 'hey are the
world's most powerful group of peo-
pll In respect to physical stock.
however, die term affirms practi-
cally nothing. The "Nordics" ol
popular conception, tall, long-head-
ed, lair-haired, and blue-eyed, were
not the original Indo-Europeans,
according to Dr. Brown, nor does
evidence show that there was any
single, pure physical type which
could constitute an Indo-Europe.m
race. Race mixture is prevalent
everywhere even in Scandanavia,
the stronghold today of the Nor-
dics.
The term "Aryan" comes closest
to having a homogeneous meaning
when applied to culture, but even
here it does not indicate absolute
uniformity, we are told. Variations
111 religion, art. language, social or-
ganizations, political institutions,
and other cultural phenomena have
always prevailed.
Max Dobrin as the guest speaker,
readings by Millicent Rubin and
Irene Fair, piano solo by Evelyn
Marks, and vocal solo by Mrs. Bar-
ney Kraft accompanied at the piano
by Miss Tillie Predinger Cards will
follow the program and refresh-
ments win i>< served. Though no
Charges ol any kind will be made
those desiring to attend the affair
which will be given next Monday;
night. October 30th. at tin- Ponce
,;, 1 run Hotel beginning at 8 o'clock
arc urged to make their reservations
by phoning 5-2273 or 5-3368.
Junior Hadassah will hold an N.
R. A. New Deal party for its mem-
bership and friends as part of the
membership campaign in charge ol
Miss Lena Weinkle. membership
chairman. A program of entertain-
ment will be provided with Mrs.
3. Bet; in at once a membership
campaign to cover every nook and
corner ol" the Jewish community,
and make your dues in keeping with
the economic conditions of the
limes.
4. Leave sufficient vacancies on
your hoard so that when the mem-
bership is increased, the new mem-
bers will have a voice in the man-
agement of the Bureau.
5. Above all let not your Exe-
cutive Board be simply hoimra...
offices, never to be consulted, and
never to be charged with any duties.
C.L. CLEMENTS
INSURANCE AM)
BONDING PROTECTION
In Addition to Several Other Nationally Known and Financially Sound
Companies Which He Now Represents
Announces his appointment as resident
representative of
TI IK AETNA CASl IALTY & SURETY CO.
and affiliated companies
of HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT
Mr. Clement* has just com-
pleted an intensive course
of study at the Aetna's
htiiw office, thus adding
to his knowledge of the
business, to the end that
he may be of greater
rervice lo his many clients
at .Miami Beach and vicin-
ity.
Time Tested Protection
1141 Lincoln Road,
Gainesville, Fla.
Notes
Tau Alpha chapter of Tau Epsi-
lon Phi fraternity at the Univer-
sity of Florida honored its pledges
at a reception held Sunday after-
noon at the chapter house 111
Gainesville. Over one hundred
musts from all parts of the state
were entertained by dancing and
refreshments.
This closed a week-end of festiv-
ities as the fraternity held a ban-
quet Thursday evening in com-
memoration of the founding of the
national organization at Columbia
Univresity in 1910. Joseph G. Sha-
piro, president of the Miami Alum-
ni Club, and former president ol
the Florida chapter, was the prin-
cipal speaker ol the evening.
For the Rest in Fish
FRESH DAILY
HIV AT
EAST COAST
FISH MARKET
Incorporated
360 W. FI.AGLER ST.
1 At the Bridge)
"If It Swims We Have It"
NO
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tirith
GENERAL
T
'. Wid Irtod ; Slondoid'..Tread
J Temple Israel Sisterhood!
and
jjewish Welfare Auxiliary
Present the entire
jClub Bagdad Show!
at
Kaplan I (all
j Sunday. Oct. 29. at 8 P. M.|
Admission 25c
CAFETERIA SUPPER
at 6:30 I'. M. only 35c
The right hand cross section thowi the
Jumbo's patented designbuilt like 1
bridge wide at the base (rim) fo
support. This design braces the car-
holds it steady at all speedsno
shimmy or sidesway. It permits pres-
sure so low there is not enough air id
blow outl Contrast the Jumbo's stable
design with the top-heavy construction
of the enlarged balloon type lire
known as the "doughnut"and yos
will see the reason for the big differ^
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Let us Demonstrate how Jumbod
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STANDARD SERVICE STATIO|
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2000 Coral Way
WEST PALM BEACH
RAYMOND TIRE SERVICE C' Dixie at 4th St.
FOR THE FINEST IN FOOD
VISIT
R. & L.
RKSTAURAM
215-217 N. E. 2nd Ave,
"Food to delight the most
exacting:."
Hotel And Restaurant Equipment
GEORGE L. DIXON company
"The llnn^ Thai Service Built"
t 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-6751
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Washington Avenue al Sixth Street
-MIAMI BEACH
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•-" 'Jewish Fllondliiai Hi FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY g, No. 42. Jewish News Around The World French Jews Anxiously Await Plans df New Fascist Movement MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY. OCTOBER 27, 1033 PARIS—France, one of the few real powers on the European continent where Fascism has not yet made its appearance, is due for a formal introduction to Fascism when Francisme, the French counterpart of Fascism, is proclaimed in a nation-wide appeal. The appeal will coincide with the opening of parliament. The leader of Francisme Is Marcel Bucard. a former army officer but now a journalist Franclsme's program is anxiously awaited in Jewish circles here because ii is feared it may presage tin beginning of an organized antiSemitic movement In France. Welfare Bureau To Hold Election The annual meeting for election of officers for the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held at Kaplan Hall on Tuesday evening, October 31st, beginning at 8 o'clock and all Jewish residents of Greater Miami are asked to attend. The nominating committee consisting of Mr. I. Levin as chairman, and Messrs. M. Cowen. Norman Musky. D. J. Apte. Herbert Kleiman and Sam Blanck | will present their recommendations I for officers for the coming year Nominations may also be made from j the floor. A report of the activities of the organization for the past year will be presented by the president and the executive secretary. New School Term Marked by Anti-Jewish Disturbances In Poland WARSAW.—The opening of the Ollege semester was the Ignal for a series ol simultaneous attacks on Jewish students and professors by anti-Semitic group throughout Poland In many of the institutions lectures were broken up. Jewish on insulted and Jewish students driven from the classes, mined to avoid a repetition of lasl year's widespread riots which nit of such student disturthe Polish government has d ihe anti-Semitic student dissolved and arrested sev: members. All headquarI the league have been closed and the government is keeping a :1 eye on it.s activities. i'


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Friday. October 27, 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five SOCIETY An installation luncheon under iln leadership of Mrs. Milton Weiner of the newly elected officers of the Jewish Welfare Auxiliary, will be held Monday noon, November at Kaplan Hall. • • Imii Williams and the entire Club Bagdad Show will appear at the join) Temple Israel Sisterhood ,-h Welfare Auxiliary Hallowe'en party Sunday night. October 89th, at 8 p. m.. when the complete performance will be riven at Kaplan Hall. The Y. M. H. A. Ping Pong team will meet the strong Ft. Lauderdale ;u a series of contests soon, full details of which will be announced in an early issue. Officers ly appointed by the V. M. H. head committees are Seymour Kaplan chairman of publicity, Phil manager ol the diamond .mi. and Nat Kupcr chairman ol nuance. C. L. Clements. 1141 Lincoln road. baa been appointed representative of the Aetna Casualty & Surety and affiliated companies, to handle all forms of casualty, fire and marine insurance as well as fidelity and •surety bonds, it was announced. Mr. Clements has been in the insurance business here for several years representing nationally known companies. IVOLI PLAYING AT THE Till AVIL THEATRE assisted by Signor Cordova. Keeper of Music—Mrs. Henderson. Cloak-room—Mrs. Stewart. Door-keepers — Messrs. Stewart and Herman Henderson. Special features will be a Romany Booth, and an Astrology Booth with Prof. W. H. Perrins in charge. The officers of the Miami Choral Society are: President—Prank Purnell. 1st vice-president—Phelps Hopkins. 2nd vice-president—B. M. Stewart. Secretary—Mrs. G. W. Collins. Treasurer—Schuyler C. Hodge. Musical Director—Jean C. Littlewood. GINGER ROGERS 8:45 nml nno p. M. | Sunday 20c till G:30 P. M. I MIII. -Moil.. Oct. 29-30— I redrlc .March. ( ary (.rant 'The Eagle and The Hawk" Carole Lombard + |L. (Pop) GHRSON Buyer of all kinds of scrap 'metal. We sell auto parts, I machinery etc. I Mil X. W. SECOND AVENUE + j. Keys Made While You Wait R. L. (Bob) GARR Safe, Gun and Lock Expert ILL WORK GUARANTEED 211 N. E. 13th SL Phone 2-0718 I *•+ BON TON Dry Cleaners We Call Kor and Deliver < iiriiel. and Km:Cleaned or Dyed We Do Pleatinic Plant and Main Office: %  17 N. W. Sth Ave. Phone 2-6715 NIGELEY Funeral I Come 1236 Washington Art., Miami Btaeh PHONE 5-3355 SIDKBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7 th Ave. 1400 W. Hauler St. 73,1 N. W. 34th St. PHONE 2-3K12 + HOME SERVICE Laundry ItOV II. TURNER, Prop. %  II S. W. 6th SI. Phone 2-5654 SPECIAL : A 20 | l( r (Pnt discount of every '"""lie of 75 cents or more. + Although an experienced Insurance man. he look a special course <>i study at the Aetna's home office so he would be informed regarding all phases cii this business. For five weeks, Mr Clements came In daily contact with experienced Insurance distributors and company executives from whom he gained a better understanding ol the compollcles. • Preparations are now being made for the opening ol a strictly Kosher meal market within the next ten days at 237 N. w. Fifth street, which tii specialize In Hie .sale of koshei meats at cut rate prices The management believes that with the economic conditions ol today. and the low coal ol meats at wholesale, the consumer should be given a much lower price than i.s being Charged for kosher meats in Miami today. • • Rosario Picciolo Is chief instructor and musical director for the boy s band now being organized by the local Maccabees for its Junior members between the ages of 14 to 18 The first meeting to try out candidates for the band, membership of which will be without charge, Will be held at the Scottish Rite Temple at Northwest North River Drive Saturday. October 28th at 1 p. m. • • • Mrs. Benjamin B. Duke of Ft. Pierce. Fla.. i.s visiting her sister ind brother in law. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney H. Palmer, at their Miami home and will remain for a short time, • • • Among those named by Sheriff Colenian Ml his -tall as deputy sherlfl Is Murry Grossman, active communal worker and now president Of the Y. M. H. A. • • • The Miami Choral Society of fifty trained voices, organized about three months ago to assist in the entertainment of winter visitors .•luring the comln i season, will give Its second Conceit. Dance and i Card Party on the Alcazar Roof on j the night of Monday. October 30th. The Halloween motif will be carried out, making a general gala j nights entertainment, The concert will start at 8 p. m. and will consist of full choral numbers. Men's Glee Club. Women's Chorus. Vocal and Instrumental Solos, and other specialty numbers. A professional orchestra will furnish music for dancing, winch will follow the concert. Those preferring in play cards will be provided with accommodations and prizeRefreshments win be served. The following committees will have charge: Reception Mesdames Watson, Jan-ell. Mitchell, Lawrence, Hannah. Oleason and Olllff. Decorations Messrs, Woodring, .ShaiiiimIiou.se. Mitchell. Hannah. Briery and Deterer, Finance Messrs. Starkey, Hodge and Conger Dance Music Messrs, Singer, Pumell and Miss Drummond. Cuds and Prize: Mesdames Thompson, Collins and Thomas. Dane Director—Prof. s. j. Bell Tampa, Fla. Notes Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph Sholom Temple will speak on "Will the Sefardic Jews Return to Spain'" at services Friday evening. Oct. 27. and will be assisted by the Rodoph Sholom Choir. Services are held every Friday evening at 8 o'clock and Saturday morning at 9 a. m. The Sunday school of Rodoph sholom Temple attendance has increased to 8") children. The children of the Hebrew School attend the regular services every Saturday morning, after the services a class of girls meet for instruction of Hebrew. • • • The dance sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple Sunday evening. Oct. 22nd. at the Moulin Rouge Night Club was a success both socially and financially. The committee in charge of arrangements was as follows: general chairman. Mrs. M. H. Kisler, assisted by Mrs. A. M. Wolfson. Mrs. I. Abramovitz, Mrs, Herman Cohen, Mrs. Simon Marks, and Mrs. P. Gotler. The members of the committee wore handsome wrist corsages made of Roses and Ba byBreath. A floor show was presented at mid-night with Mr. Sol Fleischman acting as master of ceremonies. Those taking part in the program were Mr. Hubert Sheppard. Rose Till Barker. Harold Wurtele. Miss Thelma Burdette. Miss Gussie Sanders, and Mr. Joe Worth. The sun. a lapidary, cuts Sapphires and amethysts. And all the jeweled rainbow arch From stormy clouds and mists. From one small twilight cloud he carves A rose-quartz cameo. And mounting it on turquoise, puts Some burnished gold below. From dappled clouds more prodigal Than Shad Jahan's empire. He build.s a dome of rubies, all Aflame with crimson lire. Now you ran buy BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a /trice that fits your pockelbook! I ONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TH ST. : ; i : : : : THE MACCABEES In addition to all regular forms of life insurance, The Maccabees are now issuing for the special benefit of the business man or the young man with family responsibilities, having a small income and who needs more insurance, a Five and Ten Year Automatic low cost policy. This policy takes care of your needs when you need it most, at a very low cost. Without medical examination or certificate of good health, it automatically converts into an Ordinary Life or Twenty Payment Life Policy at the end of the low cost period. This enables you to begin your insurance program now. This policy can also be written with double indemnity, and with certain features which will give you ten dollars per month, per thousand in case of accident. The Maccabee's policies carry a safely clause which very few organizations or companies carry. This is a clause that prevents the company from going broke, and the state of Colorado has recently past a law that all companies with Home Offices in Colorado, must carry this clause in their policies. A. M. COFFIN, State Manager 226 Seybold Building



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORI D I A N Friday. October 27, 1933 &f ^ &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f ^ &f ^^•^•>^^^^^: ': -:' :-i:" : "' : '" : "" : '" :' : '' : '* : '" : '* : '' : '" i '' i 'i' Sautvt §>ynannn DuUrttn Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI ler nd Din : ^marlca T SUNDAY MORNINGS VIOD, MIAMI, F LORIDA No. 8 &f Orlando, Fla. Notes Vol. Ill SUNDAY, OCTOBEB 22. 1933 "Fear, A Cause of War" Th( ,. k .. The L ....; i s my light and my salvation; whom tear? The Lord 1.the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be raid oi the Lord. Fi Lord th and Love Pear 1mans greatest destrui tivi force within :. dividual. During the past %  ther war in Europe has stunned And tiould develop, it wi : atural human reaction to rid one's life ol sing thin • n our pea re to be 11 tl dent to mai or something I harm row out 01 all proportions my to be n m d from his path. The ] 1 ny ol what the other Continent, oi what may • and In both casi s, for war ; for a 1 : mal problems to those who t turn, during t en. to my I %  %  W : L'POI risibility. Religious present to undo the ns ol : thai [ the J point to 1 Scripture whicl the Lord." I repeat what I ha\ lid so oftet : • ft means 1 rence." You If you fi at Him Wi nevei nd lovi n t! tten the foil ither on feai or on .. the lettei I tl Because of 1 ill :. %  Dl %  ssat nd not be truthful. F< si nalitj nee of the object fi % %  %  t. in laded thal hi weak and unt 1 hopeless! icept at thi la .. if a Forci lyin msid nd punishment: he. ol his own rd alk in the path that is si tem nvinced that he I re oi hin A on love di • a etweet action. It enl the man beci mi force of goodr.' him Hi hat in rk of thi Ion. All he •o do is ark to illut and darkm II appt ai :: %  im hi rhi fear of God ma;. :; 0j hi:. evi • l ol (lowed |j king who ruled hit t fi ai and e ct, and who for Infi nt could hen the lord hom he labored had the ich govi rnancc I : full of lcIng I Qod's p mind would :ing. for H King I King and nts. who are mortals ol it ne to be imbued with the fear of God? "Man is nc n lost t ich but in Man. that the;'... bound him for cei Mtrary force generated : : man Thi : %  -.-. er. H happ:: and tendei 1 hear: He is a To feai Him I Ions t lember of thi prii --.craft I refuse to be included %  %  d fear on the :.. I truth in the accusation. 1 • conire to follc : I ad to know that he is coning from his recent illness. • • • Frank Diamond, of Jacksonville. Is in Orlando lor an Indefinite May. • • • Joe Wittensteln left Saturday to spend several days In Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. M. stone, accompanied by their nephew. Harold Soloman. have reopened their te for the winter. • • • Mrs Nat Herman returned Thursday from a u n day buying trip In New York. • • • Mr. L. Levinson and son. Manuel, ol Daytona, -pen' several day.in Orlando. Mrs. Solon Klepper underwent a tonsil operation at the Florida Sanitarium last week • • • Mr. Hyman Roth returned the til • part ol this week from a buying trip In New York. Mr and Mrs. H. Rickersbui Philadelphia, arrived Saturd. spend the winter In Orlando. Mrs. Perry M. LI tensti In has nfined to her home for several week.with a sprained back. Friends of Mr. Sol Samuels will n w, need money! Wi wanl your money! Any one who not put something Into the plate should go to the Jew-synagogue. .,;;.. 1 be] • many oi those who heard these remarks could en i n a j, I am certain, that su pn acl the pulpit of a Church. What has the Chri Why trj to hold your congregation with why should thi 1 edly an Instrument of peace. Instill n the minds of men and thus pave the way for wars and bloodshed? Had thi of old. In 1 their powerful free man from fears at to teach man the mastery ol 'he divine within man. we would not now be holdto end war. And. pray, do not b:. 1 God. 11 met till beastly enough to murdei 1 for havti h fools. The next be endowed wit titles. Banish fear. Turn on ind you'll find that there Is no bogey-man. Parents have made them during infancy, mania, and sible for war But. what I decry mc st ol all ideas mankind, h LUthor been ar ol public opinion and free from fear of ridicule and c. r from you Drive it out of your ethical t. Cleanse youi pi 1 nal within you. or allow fears to dominate you and b-. a slavi to I nd destruction. The choice Is You can do it. If you want to i> frei I say "Go and fear no more. God Is with you!" EXCURSIONS W O R L D'S FAIR Round Trip from Miami to Chicago, $34.00 St. Louis. $25.90 These bargain exi union fares on sale from all Florida points to Chicago, St. Louis and many other North and West destinations on the following dates: November 28th and 29th, REDUCED PULLMAN FARES ON All, EXCURSION DATES Dixie Express-Dixie Flyer Two fine. fast trains daily take you in cool comfort through the heart of Dixieland via Atlanta. Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, and Nashville—Every mile sparkling with scenic beauty and historic interest. For complete information. All-Expense World's Eair Tours, write DIXIE FLYER ROUTE C. & E. I. I.. & N. N. C. A ST. I.. M. J. PRATT, T. P. A.. N. C. A ST. I..-I.. A. N. 207 S. E. First Street. Phone 2-3030 MIAMI. FLORIDA T 0 R P ^ I N in S0VIET RUSSIA I U IV U J 1 11 There are Tore-sin stor orders enable your relatives in Soviet Russia to purchase all -or'.of domestic or imported articles at Ion prii es, %  taialaamated Hunk N. T. lut-Dcratra Tranaporl Corp. \m. rn an BzpfCU I ... i.d> nia\m< r.... Line, ilia.. Icor, Biro-Bidjan, M anulai 'jr./-[ ru-l I o. Public Nat'l Hank A I ru-l I ... R. 1 \ 1 .tmmunn alum-. In. Cnion Tour*. Inr. Ilurl-..n I %  .. Sat'l Hank. BaroniM, S I rhi Pi nmvlvania ( o.. Phila. I'nion Sa>initHank. I'itl-burrh. Inn Kank. < hirago. There are Torgsin stores in over 1.000 localities. Torgsin orders may be sent to anyone, in any quantity. : [ORi iSIN mr order by pat PRII ES REDUCED ABOUT 50 0RGSIN Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolf, of Philadelphia, are spending the winter season in Orlando. A god penman may drive a pen but pencils are better lead. \ real many orators mix the oil of eloquence with water ol weak argument. Delaney & Beers Kodak Finishing and Enlarging Commercial Work and llame Portrait, 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. Iili St. Phone |.|U| Royal Typewriters New and Factory Rebuilt Portables. S29.S0 to 110.00 B. W. THACKER, Local Dealer 211) N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-0115 %  % % % % % % % % % %  I I BOGGS : 1 for Shoe Repairing %  The Very Finest of Sole Leather % %  Immediate Atttntion in the Claanaal pj and Best Shop in Miami %  Pnren Right — l'onenient l.oratmn fj %  We Make Vour Shoes Look l.iki N, SEYBOLD ARCADE 40 N. E. Pint Street %  %  %  %  %  %  + X BUY AT GROSSMAN'S I Choice Emits and Vegetable** nd No, l. Roosevelt Curb Market N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th St. "CORNER STAND'' Soy Bean Bread and other tcict'tnhlt' breadGOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, IXC. 2I6.1 W. Flaalcr St Phone 1-5811 ltni Washington Avenue, M. B.l The "Good Health" K + + In the Heart of Your Neighborhood • PIGGLY WIGGLY j A Miami Institution + —.. •+ King Funeral Home To Sen i Humanity llitttr Operated by FRANK G. MeGHAN'S WIDOW L".i N. W. Ird Ave. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 I IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT. lUelt! C.ENFBAL OEPBESENTATIVE in U.S.A. 261 Fifth AviiKsmouNev YorlcMV.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Friday. October 27. 1933 *•• PLAYING AT THE SOCIETY. The Ladles Auxiliary of the Miami h Orthodox Congregation is : nsoiing a Russian suppi 1 al thi vestry rooms of the Synagog on Sunday evening. November 5tl the benefit of its Talmud Torah fund. A small adn >i and in addition to the pro•f enter:.-.::.:: nl thai is being provided, ca .is a committee headed by Mrs G. Kotkin. vice preside nl Mrs Tina Kotkin, Mrs Nat Blumberg, Mrs :. Abrams 1 M Milton W'l .: • %  Mrs Max Dob:::. Of the entei tained the and all M01 t hi 81 S W :. ; ::. street Those Mrs E Mrs H Bulbin Mrs I Sin Mrs R H Mill Mrs V Bu Adull :0r l hildrrn 10c 11.,\ iiff.r* I p.m. Sunday Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20c Won., Oct. 29-30— i • E. Brown, Ginger Rogers '* i on Said A Mouthful" Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! nd day II with%  '.on it will GROW hi ;p it to grow because — We Pay 5 c Interest The Morris Plan Company Of Miami VINCENT R. BRICE. Manager. 105 N. E. First Ave.. MIAMI. FI.A. Mrs L. Hartz. Mrs. H. Rubin. Mrs Alex Goldstein. Mrs. B Winkle. Mrs S Simonhoff, Mrs. L. Zeientz. Mrs. M Plant and the chairman. Mrs Samuel Katz. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Orthodox Congregation will sponsor one of its regular bi-weekly card parties at the of the Sj : n Tuesday ing, October 31st. b< 8 p. m with thi officers and direc• rs ol thi auxiliary as thi Prizes will be awarded for ires and refn shments will be I The public is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs H H Miller of ind Miami ann inci thi %  : • of their da.. • Mi A: Nadli r. thi : Mrs R Nadli i "•• York All d< sii.:.i physical : : ".:..Brtha H : %  attend .::. from 9 • 1" %  ... II • %  • S M 77( '.'. i •. [ t he J I M Coconut %  Mr. Finberg ol y rk Citj I ty-four •. In nt com: who left :.e for I to the city W day morning to thi early part of next week. Mr. Brown Is negotiating an im* f FREE FUEL HOT WATER] from SUNSHINE jOAY pjLrj^vJJieHT 151 St z-= srr lOLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN Luncbfor? ^O^ 40* 50* AH Pol ill the hot ater >ou need in >nur home. *r the new AllIfttal "SOLAR" with copper tuhinK. Loneer life, sreater efficienc*. A Solar for eer> need. FREE ESTIMATES. Term-. j Solar Water Heater COMPANY Phone :-649 i office and Factor; : 1in.;n \. w. 25 St. LIVE AND LET LIVE! I> THE MOTTO OF THE CUT RATE KOSHER MARKET 23" N. W. 5TH STREET Where the finest of STRICTLY KOSHER meats and poultry will be sold at prices fair to the consumer FAR BELOW prices now charged by others. Watch For Our Opening Announcement Mai which will a nt Y M H A and %  '• % %  %  : .-. inning ai Visit : : : provl y M. H eagui Miami !' %  : Ami :; ai [ion 13 to 2. Nev : ::...havi been pi .: h and Cary I adlng r >1< s ::. Thi Eagle and The Hawk.' thi si .,: %  .::. %  flyi :. gi hatred them both he:o the Tivoh Theatre Sundaj M I and Carole Lombard ad ;pporting cast. The Eagle and The Hawk" is story by John Monk Saunauthor of "Wings March and ..a pilot and obin t!:e Bl March a skilled, reckless flyer: thei In .: thej an ai :. %  %  :. %  ::.%  |ill 11II aftl : Is outmaneuven ndllng ol his l n by (I deadly handling of I But on the ground. March and < tram I i ful oi Mai afti : working on Mai ination; k And feel ympathy for his pilot. it Is I thai : .i month's furlo Hen the fronl fn ed. But the i •.. tits > i m itely upon his return hi ipon him as the picture n its i Umax R.ivmond Simon :.announcing the formation of a select class for those desiring piano instruction. Mi Simon, former pianist and soloist al the Fleetwood. Pancoast. and Roney Plaza • Is Is well known In musical cin li Mr Joe Mechlow of Miami Beach returned to the city last Sunday after having spent the summer visiting relatives and friends in Europe. • • The Blis ol the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Goodkind of Miami Beach was performed at the Victoria Hospital Wednesday with Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio Synagogue officiating. • • • Mrs. I L. Mintzer returned to the city Wednesday after having spent a week visiting her daughter Ethel at the Florida State College for Women in Tallahassei Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum and daughter Hope Ellen returned to the City after having spent the summi : ..-.:. relativi in New York. Atlantic City and the mountain Mr. Philip Bi left last '. .; York City and will return to Miami in about :v H %  I by Moi : and I A shai k senl %  • E. Brown for th '. A : next S The induced enter I ei lg] :. %  %  k : :en oil c. inci by a ire, bu: whi cut the some from shore. was a yi.: hark and it for shore. Mlam si •: :: ol the Natii nal C .:. : Jew] .. ','. • | M Wednesday at the home of M rs Charles Beckwitt. 221 S. W. Eleventh street. Mrs. Herbert Feibelrnan sang two Russian songs. "In the Silence of the Night" i Rachmaninoff i and "Eastern Romance" iKlmsky-Korsakoff), with Frances Druckerman accompanying. R e freshments were served. • • • The Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a garden fete and bridge party for the benefit of the Infant Weliare Department, with Mrs. Alber: Rosenthal as chairman, at the hom? ol Mrs Rosenthal. 1031 S. W. 23rd Avenue. November 8th. Mrs j Simpson, Mrs B. Winkle. Mrs B Simonhoff. and Mrs. J. Williamson will assist the hostess. Radio Synagog Rabbi S M Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synago over WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "The Song Of The Shirt." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns. mu.-ic scripture reading, and a in box The Finest and Freshest Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Everything Choice MRS. A. Stall WALL ROOSEVELT (I N. E. 2nd Ave. RB MARKET and 14th St. ittittittnittswuwzmvi ARE WE Raymond Simon PIANO INSTRUCTION i4ii! s. w. ist st. Phone :s:n 5 t.iitli with those wliD trust u: wc living up to our obligations it >k their future happines< bj ignoring the problems that would arise for then: if, some day, did not come home? Life insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There ino substitute. A Southern lealth & I ife Insurance Policj on each one is necessar) to protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A icw pennies each week ithe total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & I [EALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. s ( OOK, Mantgi i Realty Board Bids. Phcn e -U For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOVTEST Our I isli Jrc the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea Food. r have it at its very best, and at attractively low prices. 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Friday. October 27, 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PI 'HUSHED EVKRY FRIDAY b> the %  F.WISH FLORIDIAN I't'lll.ISHINn CO. I". O. Box 2873 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 i:\ia i TIVK en in i:s : I1S.1I Security Itldu. Phone 2-649J EDITORIAL OFFICES: til S. W. I.'ilh Avrnue Phone 2-1183 .1. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor f'KF.D K. SH0CHF:T. Cirrulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative I as Het-ond class matter July 4, |9S0, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the A.i of Mar.h 3, 1H79. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Months S2.0t FRIDAY, OCTOBER !7. Vol. — No. 42 lit:!:: Danger Signals in recent months the news of Ine has emphasized bul two thi gi '••' ii. | (in perlty oi o intry and the feverish efto make place for as main in-Jewish refugees a.-pa ilbli problem oi Arab-Jewish rela:;.i. tx en pushed into tile round and lutip or nothing aid about it. In the la day.-, however, it lias come to the :: The death sentence Imon i wo Arabs tor the murder ol a Jewish coloni.st and his son re%  the existence of an Arab 1st group bent on murdering Jewish settlers. Simultaneously (lie Arab Executive revived its antiJewish agitation by planfor a ll .-tiike and a demonstration Mosque of Omar in protest the new Jewish immigration and the sale of land to Jews. demonstration has been forbidden but this new manifestation Ol Arab opposition is likely to serious tension. We are of the belief that the new Zionist itive should waste no time in coming to an immediate undcrstanding with the Arabs on all m.s. It Ls true that the Arab Executive is sharply divided on the HI of Jewish immigration. It true that a substantial number of influential Arab leaders ape and understand what the Jews are seeking to accomplish. But tbe Zionist Executive must be pracand far-sighted. The Arab Ii in must be tackled and an equitable modus vivendi agreed upon. The present signs of Arab opi" "ion must not be permitted to 11 •" %  li the .stage where unscrupulous agitators can fan into a dangerous flame, may continue to send their missionaries everywhere to convert the Jews, but a handful of madmen drunk witli power have sent their efforts crashing with a single blow. It must be a great shock to Christian missionaries everywhere to witness the sad debacle of the Christian conversion movement In Germany, tor there, more Hum in any other country the efforts to convert the Jews had been most successful. Thousands had already accepted Christianity and many thousands more were well on the way lo adopting the Christian faith. Yet the German oppression has shown that not even acceptance of Jesus, which Christians have urged as the one salvation for the Jew. can save the converted Jew from the hatred ol his fellow-Christians While G00.000 Jews are oppressed m Germany, the Aryan laws oppress equally more than a million Christians who once were Jews or who are descendants of Jewish converts to Christianity. Doe.the silence of the Christian missionaries and ot the Christian churches in general mean thai they are indifferent to the problem? Ii they are. now is the time to abandon the entire mislonary movement among Jews as a lost cause. They must understand that 'lu JewishChrlstii : many and the failure ol C m nan.. thrOUl • world to p. i this undoing of tl %  • ntui a bi a fatal : to tin n efforts. We know Jews thinl failure, bul v. I.a' will the Chi; I lam do? Page Three St. Petersburg Notes llie New Harbor Haifa Majestic Mount Carmel will henceforth invite maritime trade to Palestine by way ol the new Haifa Friday services, 8 P. M. at Congregation Bnai Israel, 921-9th St. north. A. S. Kleinfeld. Rabbi, sermon. "The Development of Jewish Theology." %  Saturday morning. 9 o"clock, Discourse, The Weekly Portion of The Torah. Sunday School, 10 A. M. Hebrew School daily, 4 to 6 P. M. • • The Bar Mitzvoh celebration of Raymond Feinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feinberg, 1701 10th St. North, which was held at the Synagogue was a very impressive event from a spiritual and social point ol view. The Synagogue was crowded to ihe utmost capacity. The local post of the American Legion, of which Mr. Feinberg is a member, attended in a body. Raymond was especially eloquent in reciting the exercises Ol the day. Alter the .services, the congregation was invited ;a remain to partake of the feast improving nicely. A pretty new hat may not affect a woman's brain, but it always to her head. Marriage Is a lottery, but is one of the gameof chance that i Ii men do not try to discourage. THE GLOOM TROTH Oh thou, before whose altar men still bow, •Strike off their shackles, loose their fetters now. Give to thy waiting supplicants some simple sign That men may read aright your laws divine. Remove the mask that hides the smirking face Of him who fattens on his own disgrace. Take back from him all profit wrong obtained. And serve him with what honesty has gained. Strip bare the bodies of the knave and cheat, And clothe them in a prison complete. Give thou some sign proclaiming brighter days, Thereafter guide us in your promised ways. Synthetic sausage skins are coming into wide use in the trade. No matter how you dress it up. however, it is still boloney. A flying show at Roosevelt Field. New York, failed to make expenses. Dora thinks there must have been a lot of knotholes in the fence. We expect there will be a hitch this year in figuring the Cuban sugar exports, as it isn't known definitely how much Machado took. Repeal has been so painful and arduous a process. Perhaps the next amendment will be added to the Constitution on a perforated coupon. A mou.se ;. afraid Ol a man. man is aland ol a woman and a woman Is afraid ol a mo A man nevi r appreciates 'he gifi ol a solitaire diamond more than when he holdthe other three acei A yegg spent a day cracking an Illinois vault in which he found only $1.30. He plans to lay his grievance before the NRA. In the Ii ii". run. think.an Eastern alia!, t, Japan will be whipped by China. Meanwhile, it'.s oni those 'can:.'hat piles up • barber In Vermont hat of 94 and must be Wi M on toward 'he point of his story. It is hard for a man to look in 'In glass and convince hims.lt Mia' he waonce considered by his mother the sweetest thing in tin".orld. Pleading or love i.s a man-sized job; No woman ever succeeded at it. Try it. you fluttering little chit. Try it with coquetry, sweetness or wit On lively Benny or serious Bob; Try n with tears and a choking sob. Always it proves a complete misfit Pleading for love is a man-sized job; No woman ever succeeded at it. Experience gained by young woodmen with the CCC may be invaluable in later life, if they have to an ax to a Hubbard squash. Ability to read iunessential in public office, says a New York court. Meanwhile. Tammany thinks the handwriting on the wall is part ol 'he wall paper. "I CANT see where the cigaret I is much improvement over the match.'' .-ays puffing Polly. "when you consider how many of us have last our religion trying to make a lighter light.'' "Mystery shrouds theft of 80 manhole covers from the streets of Detroit." observes the Toronto Telegram. "Somebody seems to have reasoned that a few more good openings were needed in that town." There may he a delay in promoting a new world war, as nationalists in several European countries have not yet settled on a color in shirts. Boss: "What are you doing Sunday night?" Steno:


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Page Six THE JEWISH FLOR I PI AN Friday, October 27, 1933 I Announcements! i i ••. —.—— CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) ill Washington AT*., Miami Hcach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, BabbL The usual early .services tonight will be tallowed by the late Friday night services at H:30 when Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach a sermon on "Lot and His Followers," Cantor BOILS Schlaclunan will chant the services and lead the congregational singing. Sat 111 day morning the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Sunday .school begins promptly at 10 a. m. and Talmud Torah meets daily at 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Wandering Jew." Mincha services begin at 5 p. m. and will be followed by the Shalosh Saudah and the Maariv .service. Registration is still being held for the Talmud Torah Which meets daily at 3 p. m. in the Synagogue, and the Sunday .school which meets Sunday at 10 a. 111. in 1 he Y. M. H. A. building. Announcement will be made shortly of the beginning of the late Friday evening .services. NAZI CLAIMS HELD BASELESS (Continued from page 1) TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi The usual Friday evening services begin at 8:15 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach a .sermon on "Roosevelt, the greatest ruler of today." The public is invited to attend. Religious school meets Sunday at 10 a. m. The usual early services will be lollowed by the late services at 8:15 with a sermon by the Rabbi on "The God of Abraham—Is He Our God?" Saturday morning the Junior congregation meets at 10:30 a. m. and they will sing the traditional music that has been taught them by Cantor Kaminsky. The Bar Mitzva Boy's Club meets Sunday at 8 a. m. followed by the Sunday school at 10 a. m. The Friday night chanting and congregational Singing is directed by Cantor Louis Hayman. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 154S S. W. Third Strt JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi The regular early services begin al (" p. m. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. when the Rabbi will preach a sermon on "The BARING THE FACTS %  Continued from page 1) Bureau by the Jewish community but we cannot condone the ignoral of the mass of the Jewish people by those in control of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. The time has arrived for the Jewish community of Greater Miami to take stock of itself. Conditions as they now are cannot and should not be permitted to continue. We have a lot of faith in the common sens*' of a number of those who will take part in the annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. We believe that they mean to play fair with the Jewish community, and we therefore respectfully urRc: 1. Do not elect UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES those who are not members of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, to any office whatever. 2. Forget everything but the welfare of the unfortunates when you choose those who will direct the destiny of the organisation; above all do not elect FIGURE HEADS. centuries they became promineni 111 world aflairs, and from th< they have steadily Increased In Impi rtance, until today 'hey are the world's most powerful group of peopll In respect to physical stock. however, die term affirms practically nothing. The "Nordics" ol popular conception, tall, long-headed, lair-haired, and blue-eyed, were not the original Indo-Europeans, according to Dr. Brown, nor does evidence show that there was any single, pure physical type which could constitute an Indo-Europe.m race. Race mixture is prevalent everywhere even in Scandanavia, the stronghold today of the Nordics. The term "Aryan" comes closest to having a homogeneous meaning when applied to culture, but even here it does not indicate absolute uniformity, we are told. Variations 111 religion, art. language, social organizations, political institutions, and other cultural phenomena have always prevailed. Max Dobrin as the guest speaker, readings by Millicent Rubin and Irene Fair, piano solo by Evelyn Marks, and vocal solo by Mrs. Barney Kraft accompanied at the piano by Miss Tillie Predinger Cards will follow the program and refreshments win i>< served. Though no Charges ol any kind will be made those desiring to attend the affair which will be given next Monday; night. October 30th. at tinPonce ; 1 run Hotel beginning at 8 o'clock arc urged to make their reservations by phoning 5-2273 or 5-3368. Junior Hadassah will hold an N. R. A. New Deal party for its membership and friends as part of the membership campaign in charge ol Miss Lena Weinkle. membership chairman. A program of entertainment will be provided with Mrs. 3. Bet; in at once a membership campaign to cover every nook and corner ol" the Jewish community, and make your dues in keeping with the economic conditions of the limes. 4. Leave sufficient vacancies on your hoard so that when the membership is increased, the new members will have a voice in the management of the Bureau. 5. Above all let not your Executive Board be simply hoimra... offices, never to be consulted, and never to be charged with any duties. C.L. CLEMENTS INSURANCE AM) BONDING PROTECTION In Addition to Several Other Nationally Known and Financially Sound Companies Which He Now Represents Announces his appointment as resident representative of TI IK AETNA CASl IALTY & SURETY CO. and affiliated companies of HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Mr. Clement* has just completed an intensive course of study at the Aetna's htiiw office, thus adding to his knowledge of the business, to the end that he may be of greater rervice lo his many clients at .Miami Beach and vicinity. Time Tested Protection 1141 Lincoln Road, Gainesville, Fla. Notes Tau Alpha chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the University of Florida honored its pledges at a reception held Sunday afternoon at the chapter house 111 Gainesville. Over one hundred musts from all parts of the state were entertained by dancing and refreshments. This closed a week-end of festivities as the fraternity held a banquet Thursday evening in commemoration of the founding of the national organization at Columbia Univresity in 1910. Joseph G. Shapiro, president of the Miami Alumni Club, and former president ol the Florida chapter, was the principal speaker ol the evening. For the Rest in Fish FRESH DAILY HIV AT EAST COAST FISH MARKET Incorporated 360 W. FI.AGLER ST. 1 At the Bridge) "If It Swims We Have It" NO SHIMMYI tirith GENERAL T '. Wid Irtod ; Slondoid'..Tread J Temple Israel Sisterhood! and jjewish Welfare Auxiliary P resent the entire jClub Bagdad Show! at Kaplan I (all j Sunday. Oct. 29. at 8 P. M.| Admission 25c CAFETERIA SUPPER at 6:30 I'. M. only 35c The right hand cross section thowi the Jumbo's patented design—built like 1 bridge — wide at the base (rim) fo support. This design braces the carholds it steady at all speeds—no shimmy or sidesway. It permits pressure so low there is not enough air id blow outl Contrast the Jumbo's stable design with the top-heavy construction of the enlarged balloon type lire known as the "doughnut"—and yos will see the reason for the big differ^ ence in performance. Let us Demonstrate how Jumbod will make YOUR car safer, ridq better and cost less to run GENERA TIRE CO.I — OF MIAMI — 824 BISCAYNE BOI'I.EV.\RD| THRU TO SECOND AVE Telephone 3-2661 MIAMI BEACH STANDARD SERVICE STATIO| 23rd and Park Ave. CORAL GABLES SAM'S PLACE 2000 Coral Way WEST PALM BEACH RAYMOND TIRE SERVICE C'