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The Jewish Floridian ( November 3, 1933 )

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^Jewiisti floridiari \, I, li. No. 43 I I.ORJO.VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Jewish News Around The World Catholic Bishops Appeal for End of Nazi Persecution* Berlin.—Immediately after his return from a visit to Pope Pius, cardinal Bertram, archbishop of Breslau, issued an appeal to the German government to end its per. in of "those numerous men and women who were and .still are ol worthy character and loyal will. II an oportunity offers it.self to ra.-e their harsh lot it is the obvious and earnest Christian duty to do Cardinal Bertram .-poke for all the Catholic bi.shops in Germany. Dutch Press Boycott of German Medical Goods Amsterdam.— A booklet containi most Frequently prescribed German medicines and a list Of their Dutch and other non-German equivalents is being distributed throughout Holland by the Dutch General Committee for Defense the Terror and Persecution in Germany. The booklet contains an appeal to physicians to replace all Herman medicines with drugs produced in Holland or other Europi an countries or America. Joint Event Is Arranged MIAMI, FLORIDA. PR] DAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1933 Welfare Bureau "Ort" Leader Elects Officers Price Five nti "'" Joint Y. M. ii, A. Junior Council dance and card party will be held on Sunday evening, November 5th, beginning at o'clock when dancing, entertainment and cards will be enjoyed. Refreshments will be served free to all the guesl In charge of arrangements of the event are committees representing both organizations headed by Miss Lee Kasanoii as chairman of the Junior Council committee. and Murray Kellman as chairman of the Y. M. H. A. committee The public is invited to attend. To Speak Here [Announcements! At a meeting of the Jewish Weirare Bureau held last Tuesday night at Kaplan Hall, a very interesting address was made by J. Richard Plumer, president of the Miami Community Chest, in explaining present conditions affecting the work of the Chest and its Dr. B. Iserowitch, national Held representative for the "Ort" who u making a tour of the United States in the interest of relief for German %  % %  • will arrive in Miami next Tuesday, November 7th. He will be met by a committee which was organized last week in the Interests probable future. A report of the past of the "Ort" organization and plans year's activities was presented by Mrs. Sadye G. Rase, executive .secretary, and brief talks were made by Philip Liberman. Day J. Apte p Annual Report Discloses Work Jewess acclaimed as Best Songster in New England Rose Shaln, a Boston was adjudged New England's leading songbird in a conI ponsored by the Boston Traveler in conjunction with the National Broadcasting Company. Mrs Sham won first prize in contests in which entrants from live .-tales participated. She is a sister-in-law ot Myron Weiss, one of the editors of Time Magazine. At the annual meeting oi tin Jewish Welfare Bureau last day, Mrs Sadye c;. Rose, executive secretary, submitted a report showin.: the Bureau's work from October 1, 1932, to September 30. 1933. as follows: I National Tour for Tolerance to Be Made by Kabbi. Minister and Priest New York.—Concerned over the I outbreaks of anti-Semitism In I Europe and feeling that they may be duplicated In this country, the nal Conference of Jews and Christians has announced a series of 37 interdenominational seminars ol religious tolerance to be held during the next three months in 'ding cities of the United States under the direction of a ant minister, a Catholic and a rabbi. The announcement was made by Newton D. Baker, one of the three chairmen of '" Conference. The other two chairare Professor Carlton J. H. "I Columbia University and "' r W. Straus. Mr. Baker de' %  "MI that the campaign to spread Mpel of tolerance would be '•"ried on unspectacularly. Those •elected to make the tolerance tour '' %  % % %  Rev. Everett Ollnchy, director Receipts Community chest $3133.47 Ladies auxiliary 1375.00 Due537.00 Donation. 1338.61 Refund monetary relief 215.00 Refund transportation 637.00 17348.61 Disbursements Weekly allotments S3548.43 Monetary relief 939.68 Mi diclne 140.44 Transportation 978.93 .Salary 1160.00 Office transportation 71.all Telephone 101.52 relegraph 62.08 Printing 62.60 Postage 89.41 Rent 111.00 on ice supplies 5.60 Miscellaneous 44.47 $7313.66 34.95 Cash on hand Oct. 1. 1933 52.21 General Fund $ 87.16 lor a brief but Intensive campaign will be outlined. He will address local Jewry at a dinner in his honor which will be held on Wednesday, October 8th, at a local restaurant, announcement of which will be made by letter, radio and the pies-. Dr. Iserowitch has become internationally famous for his study oi conditions of Jews in Ba tern Europe and Germany and while here will tell of his experiem a result oi Hitlerism In Germany. While on his tour ol the United States lahas met with large and enthusiastic receptions and has raised large sums .it money for German relief purpa i TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI I Reform I 137 N. B. N i ,,. • 11, si r< e t DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi I' ilar Friday night services begin at 8:15 to which the public i> Invited. For the first time in his Rabbinical career. Rabbi Kaplan will use as the basis for his sermon a test taken from the New Testament—Matthew 5: ii. The subject ol the Rabbi's sermon Is "Blessed are the Jews whom the Germans persecute." PHILIP LIBERMAN Mark Max. and several of the newly elected officers Recommendations of the nominating committee were adopted and the following were elected. Philip Liberman. president ; J. Gerald Lewis. 1st vicepresident; Sam Blank. 2nd vicepresident: Baron de Hirsch Meyer, secretary; Dr. A. E. Rosenthal Measurer: and N. Adelman. assistant secretary Thirty directors were chosen, among them Jack Bernstein. M. L. Cowen, H. H. Hyman H. U. Feibelman. H. I. Lipton. I Levin, H. Landfield. Morris Rubin. Mrs. P. Liberman. Maurice Rubin. M. Hoffman. Mark Max. 1 Wohl. Louis Roth. H. I. Magid. M. Rappaport. M. Weiner. S. C. Myers. J. Simpson. Rase Weiss, Henry Bulbin. Tobias Simon. Harry Nevins, Sam Simonhoff, Joe Richter, Mrs Meyer Schwartz, Wm. Friedman and Alex Miller. The social service work included: 781 families received relief. 42 new ca 6 cases reopened. 69 cases Closed. 117 transients. 28 immigrant cases—contact Ing relatives, etc. 29 transportation cases. 79 medical CBSi 27 clothing. 1 American citizenship. Problem Presented: — Dependency, transients, health, for operations. Friendly Inn To Meet Here Junior Society Presents Play MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthadoi) IMS S. W. Third Slrt JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi sevcast insanity, arranging 01 the Conference. Father'X Elliott hospitalization for expectant babies. l Baltimore, and Rabbi Mordental work-illegitamacy. dehnUzaron of the Baltimore Hequency, behavior problems with b'-u Congregation juvenile court-child placement. Tuesday evening, November 7th. a mass meeting of local Jewry will be held at Beth David Talmud Total) Hall in the interests of the Hebrew Friendly Inn of this district. At this meeting Mr. Baron De Hirsch Meyer, prominent attorney and president of the organization. Will present a report of the work of the organization for the past year. Following the report the annual election for officers and directors of the organization will be held. The organization maintains a home for worthy transient Jewish cases both male and female at 452 S. W. 2nd st. where free lodging and food Ls furnished for a limited time. All Jews of the Greater Miami area arc urged to attend. Every evening for the oast era! weeks, members of the t hat will be seen in "The Towns Talking." a play being sponsored for the benefit of the local Junior Hadassah, have been meeting at the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall under the direction ol Mrs. Dale James, the dramatic coah of the organization. The play, a farce comedy by Anita Loos, is replete with interesting situations and comedy laughs, which will more than compensate the playgoer for the cast of the ticket of admission which will be only fifty cents. The play will be presented at the Temple Theatre on Tuesday evening. October 14th. and proceeds will be used for the Palestine work of the organisation. The cast includes a number of the best of Miami's Jewish dramatic talents. Tickets may be purchased from any member oi the committee of Miss Rase Sowers. Ladies Sponsor Russian Supper Preparations for what promises to be one of the outstanding events of the current season are being made by a committee of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. The event will be the annual Russian Cafeteria supper next Sunday evening. November 5. at the vestry rooms of the Synagog. Russian national dishes will be featured on the varied menu that will be offered and a beautiful Russian Samovar will be used in the preparation of the tea. The committee will be costumed in Russian dress to add to the impresslveness of the event. There will be no admission charge of any kind and nominal charges will be made for the food served. The aflair will begin promptly at 6 p. m. Regular services begin at 5:30 p. m. Saturday morning services begin at 9 when the Rabbi will preach a sermon on the portion of the we.k. Mincha services begin at 5 p. m. followed by the "Shalosh Saudah" at which Mrs, Milton Weiner will be the hostess. This will be followed by the Maariv services. The Talmud Torah meets daily at 3 p. m. and Sunday school meeti at 10 every Sunday morning at tin Whole Y M H A building. Late Friday night services will begin shortly with a program including add: by a number of prominent laymen and a series of open forums on current Jewish topics. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 1.19 V W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi The usual early services begin at 5:30 followed by the late Fridaynight services at 8:15 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach on "Rev. John Haynes Holmes—A Gentile's survey of present day political Zionism." This is in connection with the 16th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration which occurred on November 2nd. Saturday morning services begin at 8 a. m. with the Junior Congregation meeting at 10:30. At the Junior services Cantor Kaminsky will direct the congregational singing. The Bar Mitzva Boy's Club meets Sunday morning at 8. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) Sll \v „.hin,-inn Ave.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi. The usual early services begin at 5:30 and arc followed by the late Friday night services when the Rabbi will preach a sermon on "Zionism at the Crassroads." This is in conjunction with the 16th anniversary of the Balfour declaration which occurred on November 2nd. Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach on the portion of the week Talmud Torah meets daily at 3 p. m. and Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sunday. Registration may still be made for either the Talmud Torah or Sunday school.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday November 3. 1933 i S O CIE T Y Last Monday night at the home ol Rabbi David I Rosenbloom an lation of "Shochtim" or ritual ras formed of local "shochtim" of the Greater Miami :t. Those attending were M. B Herman. A. Golden. B D Nathan Wroobel and B. Goodman Rabbis David I Rosenbloom and Max Shapiro a:tended the rig and steps for the betterthe conditions affecting '.oca! shochtim were discussed. • %  • We : the omission of the : Mr E Gordon m c : %  :.• i mmttH %  Friendlj -.:.:. : % %  % %  :::..:. futun the orti : %  • • M Ml S H H %  %  %  ^ir+& i Adu!-Idrtn 10c ^T "ffif. • • p.fr. -u-di* %  I 8551 Evening* 20c MOHAN .ind MA< K ERNEST TORRENCE WALLACE FORD "Hypnotized" Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Day in and day out—without any effort it will GROW and we help it to grow because— We Pay 5 Interest The Morris Plan Company Of Miami VINCENT R. BRICE. Manager. 105 N. E. First Ave.. MIAMI. FLA. pital, Mother and baby are doin? I nicely. Mr and Mrs. Harry Markowitz and Mrs. Thomas Cohen returned si week after an absence of several weoks In Indian where they attended the funlate Thomas Cohen. ither ol Mrs Markowit; Mr. and Mrs Be:.:' Mayers i and son returned to tlie city after %  : ..• : several months spent In Chicago, 111 Mr M tyerson I popular Jewish violinist of this area and will resumi f< : %  nts hen • • • Several %  •.ended %  in! Hall I and • .. %  Ti mple 1st Sisi I Sun%  : ': was troducMrs Louis S .. mi :. .-.:.:. ... San B'.anck i rangei Mill :. "•'• .: :. f O] ..A. : %  '•' tare Burea mmiti w 13th ave n Friday. iber 101 t 1 :.. ..• %  : %  ned for thi lunchi •he officerrganization -ho were recentlj elected will be • | ini tfici \ Histor :.-..-.I meel Beth David Talmud Torah Hall %  at 1030 und ; bbi Max Shapiro. FREE FUEL 151 stzstlOLD miDELKKG BEER GARDEN Lur-.hpon JOAO* 50^ HOT WATER] from SUNSHINE 11 An ,0AV r / For all the hM ter you nefd in your home. *tt the new AllMet.! "SOLAR" with copper tubinr. I GHT l.onrer life. itreater effir ienr*. \ solir for eer> need. FREE ESTIM ITES TermSolar Water Heater COMPANY Phont :•<< < nd Facial S P IS SI r C01 of Beth David Sisterhood mi Monday the home ol Its nan Mrs v c Meyi rs and adopted dance of the season to be sponsored by the egatioi be held on Wednseday. November 3th. at the Tropical Jungle Gardens with a number of novelt; being presented in addition to the orchestra and dancing. Card playing will be provided for those who care to play. On the committee are Mesdame.Ed Friedman. Harry Oliphant. J. Stone. J. Kopelowitz. and Stanley C Myers The proceeds will be used towards the Talmud Torah funds ol the cor.greeation. All members and friends are asked to attend. The organization of a club for :. girls between the aces of 15 to 17 i-s now in progress. It will :... for it.s purpose the furthering .. and social projei all) Those desiring to Join to communicate with Miss Dorothy Davis. 610 S W 14th ave Opening the 1933-34 season with than ni ti Ing Monday • thi C lumbus Hotel. %  I : • | ei : mi Ha .:..:. Idn : .-:..: M reisei ent ol .:.. : C" .:. 11 : %  wish W i; 5< ., f thi Jewish %  %  Ifai Bureau. on t Miss Irent Fan playing H new di H .. Mrs B Krafl alist. accompanied b;. '.:. Miss Paulim : ask} pianist and Miss Mill) • ni :: :•:. Pi : Ki :.. ers inGeraldine Adams, and John Pmder. Novel re:. ial hour. and thi i nti si ing '.v.: Miss Lyl Chisling Miss Gei Levin. Miss Georgia Roth. Miss • Mi H in '.: One of I rid most r.otevei to appear in a will be seen ::. Para::. unl Intii national H lavish ::.--. ... comedy which • Sunday and Monday at atre Peggy Hopkins Joyce, famed international beauty, heads thi W C Fields has the comedy lead. Stuart Sari Mantza suppl; : sus romance Seven radio Rudy Vallee Gi :%  Burns and Grac:Col 8tO(; and Budd. Cab Callaway and his Baby Ros< Marii minentlj i ast A choru enle of 50. The Girls li Cellophane several ..%  and dance routini Morar. and Mack, headmen of nil .. ml return ti I reen In Mack feature-length laughwhich plays an engagement at the 7th Avenue inday and Monday Famous on the radio stage and screen, as well as through the .:n of their phonograph records. •The Two Black Crows'' prove welcome additions to the screen's roster of expert comics. As nursemaids to the elephants in O'Brien a: Shapiro's big circus, their droll PLAY1SC AT THE riYOI.l THEATRl INTERNATIONAL HOUSE humor supplied a bargain %  yesterd ienci Produced and directed by Mack Senneti irsions into th t full-length .' has the uiv. 9 U ::.:• ; thi : dU : %  : ::..: %  In H :<: Bl• hrow... slap-stl thi -:.. e" to evok • rs • sor an informal da:, i N i 8. ..' Tropic a! J : Mrs EdRaymond Simon PIANO INSTRUCTION lioit s. w. 1st st. Phone 2852* ward Friedman. Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. J. Stone, Mrs. J. Kopelwitz and Mrs. Stanley C. Meyei compose the committee. The proceeds will benefit the Talmud Torah. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein returned to the city after an absence of a month visiting relatives and friends in Baltimore. .Mel • • • Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Waldo: f nave as their guests Mr. Waldo:: s parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hyman. who arrived here this week. FOR THE FINEST IN CHOICE LIVE POULTRY HENS, FRYERS, PULLETS, DICKS FRESH FISH And The Best FLORIDA EGGS Visit Florida Poultry and Egg Go. WHOLESALE and RETAIL 1225-2? W. PLagler street Our "Egg-O-Scope" to prove thi quality of our eggs. The Finest and Freshest Vegetables In Florida Live Poultry Everything Choice MRS. A. WALL Stall 22 ROOSEVELT Cl'RB MARKET N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th St. J For the Best in Fish FRESH DAILY Rl V *T EAST COAST FISH MARKET Incorporated 360 W. FLAOLER ST. At the Bridgei "If It Swims We Have It" ARE WE keeping faith with those who trust us, are we li\ ing up to our obligations il we risk their future happiness b) ignoring the problems that would arise for them it. some day, w< did not some home? I iic insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern I [ealth cs I ife Insurance Policy on each one is necessan to protest the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is the total ost. SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. v COOK, Manager % %  I H-aliv H.,ar .| Bldg. Ph.me 2-3119 TSSWZIZIZIZIZIUZIZIWVZIZIZSi GARTER FUNERAL SERVICE Ml WIST PLA6LBR STREET PHONES >-SUl-2-411 MITCHEL1 JACOBY, Experienced fewsib Attendant in Cbargi For F*resh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our I-.sh arc the treshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively Sn-Jnc?wh Ur n7H h0d f luLnMn and ** "^ In ob" se r>ance with alUhe sanitary rule, an d regulations.



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Friday. November 3, 1933 THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN |M III.ISHKD EVERY FRIDAY t the TIUISII PLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. (). Box 1*71 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EXKCI TIVE OFFICES: ||5,|| Security Illdif. Phone 2-64M THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three himself in opposition to the best Impartial minds of the world (outBide oi Germany). He speaks of pro paganda-fUled newspapers in this country! What docs this observe of "conditions" have to say of the press Is to show the world that the German people are solidly behind everything that the Hitler government has done and proposes to do. The election will be a joke but the government will utilize it as a vote of EDITORIAL OFFICES: m s. W. Illh Avenue Phone 2-1183 .1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager (AMOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative h* Meond cla.ss matter July 4. %  tinI'oHt Office at Miami, Florida, the Act of March 3. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION gll Monlha S I. mi One Year S 2.00 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER :!. 1933 Vol. 6 — No. 43 n Germany that Cant Print Anyconfidence and sav to the world thing Pertaining to Government Un; that its entire program Is in accord less Censored by Hitler? He him-| with the mandate of the people. sell does not know what is going on i The Nazi regime may be able to In Germany because he has no tool or terrorize its own people inources of information since the press is not permitted to publish anything bin Pro-Hitler news. We venture to say that at this moment Dr. Coc doesn't know thai the to believing that the election is a genuine affair but the world at large knows that it Will be a fake. There are millions of Germans who hate and detest their government, but American Federation of Labor has | they dare not express their opinion boycotted German goods. News of | by voting againlst It i iiis kind is not permitted to apThe Other Side We forget that there are many who speak for Hitlerlsm but are reminded of this when suddenly confronted with an article from some unexpected source. We happened on ii copy of a magazine called "The Culver Alumnus," Issud In the Inter) si of Culver Military Academy in Indiana. "A Student's View of Is the first attack written ii Dr. Cortez T. Enloe. Jr. We find this preface: unusually interesting discussion "l conditions in Germany as ted by student life and opinion written in response to the request ot the 'Alumnus.' Dr. Enloe. a graduate Of the Naval School ill is a student at Hi idelberg during and after the Nazi ion and Is thoroughly conwith the situation lie deHe spent last summer In the United Stales and recently reto Heidelberg to continue the I medicine." B going any further we iike to call your attention to i' that this article was writB Heidelberg student who ll back in Germany continuing his Studies. So we ask the editor of "Culrer Alumnus.'' in the interest of and common sense, if, in of the attitude towards writers In Germany and the complete subordination of independent thinking i terrorism, Dr. Enloe could v be expected to give any but I Nazi view of the German situaOrdinarily, we would not pay • v o much attention to an article 'rom such a source, but appearing does in a magazine devoted to the Interests of one of the foremost tlonal institutions in this country, we belive that more care should be exercised in giving approval to such articles. Now let US read what Dr. Enloe has to say: "The 'experts' apparently assume Irom their extensive travels in the realms iDr. Coe waxes sarcastic' E 'l oi the newspapers that because : Hitler and Hitlerlsm the German universities are going to lose all of ;1 qualities for which they are famous, Truly enough, this Is the opinion many of the self-styled of the new regime in Germany have drawn from our propacanda-fllled newspapers." R'Bht here we wish to interrupt Uiia distinguished observer who puts pear. Further, unpleasant incidents happening in one community in Germany are not known to those living in an adjacent community. So the Only Worthwhile News Of An Impartial Nature can be found only in newspapers Outside Germany. We wish Dr. Coe would give consideration to this fact, and not talk about "propaganda-filled newspapers ill the United Slate.-. We can easily see that this young man has become inoculated with the good old Hitler virus and runs true to form in this statement : Many ol us had been aware oi the political preachings and tendencies ol tiie different professors and their assistants, so it came as little surprise IO us when names of certain members of the faculty were omitted irom the roster lor the ensuing semester As a result of this preaching of communist socialist or nationalist doctrine in Classes ol science, art or literature, many ol these men were let out." isn't it strange that All Jewish iors were let out? Dr. Coe mentions the case ot one "intellectual" whose house was .-.'arched and an amazing mass of communist literature found. Dr. Coe probably believes the story oi the HiHad Wolf. But 'he real gem ol his story ithis "Unfortunately the American public ha o far demonstrati lea! mli lligem > ot the situation a• exl • Ii I %  rmany today''' Ye: the edit 'he Culver Alumnus pemit such rank non-ens to appear in us columns, to be read by students and alumni. The unfortunate thing, Dr, Coe. is that You I and 'he rest oi the people In G many can Demonstrate No Real Innce of the Situation as it Exi-t.in Germany Today Because von are in no Position to Find out Anything. The people of this country have more actual knowledge of conditions there than you have. // Will Fool No One The Nazi regime an avowed foe of democracy, has Issued a call for Reichstag elections on November 12. The ostensible reason for this surprising concession to democracy Is Hitler's desire to obtain the approval of the German people for his government's withdrawal from the League of Nations and the Disarmament Conference as well as of Its domestic policies which hav ben bitterly denounced throughout the world. If the Nazi government were to permit B free election, with every German allowed to vote as he pleases, the outcome of this referendum might have some significance. But as a matter ol lact the Oemans will have only the choice of voting for Nazi candidates and thus giving its approval to the Nazi regime or else remaining at home and be denounced as traitors and enemies of the Nazi state. It is obvious, therefore, that the real object of the election The moon came over the mountain To Kate Smiths plaintive cry. And Rudy warbles once a week That love can never die. By gosh! I'm not complaining but. I hope as time goes on, They'll get that little dogie to The place where he belongs. The biting of a noted pianist by a dog In a passing motor car la given but a few lines. If a man bites a piano, that is news. College foot ball may be frightfully commercial and all that, but the ticket for a seal in Row 89 isn't tamped ringside." Henry Daniels, of Dallas, while pruning a tree, -awed off a limb on which he was sitting, but will re cover. Maybe he thought the NRA had repealed gravity. Whenever i pass you. straight ahead I will stare, But I'll find new ways of doing my hair, I'll buy a new lint and a little blue "own. So you can't help knowing thai I'm in town. I'll use all the wil>\that we women know I'll lint with you. ye.-, and shameIj SO. Rut you will never know it. because you will be Too busy contriving to speak to me THE At sunrise I'd like to have shot Dopes who constantly sneer, "So what?" People Who utter "awsk" and "cawn't Under the sod I'd like to plawnt. Those gals Who don't wear then dresses too tight. Who never smear on the lipstick too bright. And do nary a thing not considered quite "right" Sit alone by the telephone night after night. There is a reason in all things, but it's different with some people. A good listener is one who can take it without once mentoining that he has been to the Fair himself. First Chorine—I know what it is to be loved by a cave man. Second Ditto—Well. I suppos when you were young dearie there weren't any other kind of men.— .since hoodlums have been scared into reporting incomes, a question arises how many learned comic 11 each shall be allowed, as dependents, "What do you think of the Museum of Art?" "Oh the pictures are good enough but there ain't no good jokes under them." Witii thousands ot persons four hungry yet with tons of food being Wasted -and milk being dumped on the highways something is wrong with distribution in this country Prom an editorial. Yes, it's the distribution of brains "With all the benefit of fresh an ays dozing Dot. "there Is still lot ol us who .-leep with our mouth open wider than our bedroom win • lows.'" A fan dancer crossed up censor by appearing on a Broadway stage In long underwear. Few had dreamed that recovery would extend so far A contest will be held in Kan.-a City to see who can sit longest on a cake ot ice. They ought to be able to find plenty of entries for the contest from among the thousands who have been sitting for several Heard at a gridge party: "So thai years on frozen assets. eat is criticising me again. Well. you tell her that I said envy is back The proposed grocery COde is fillof nearly every criticism. ed with trouble. For example, if the cracker barrel-sitter is cut to 40 While the cause for personal libhours how can he save the union? city advances in one direction. It has a setback elsewhere. The GovTherc was nothing cruel or unment proposes to house tramps. usual in the Allegan nudist verdi-t The defendants aren't obliged to ; An $18. 000 limousine has been de"Do you remember, dad. that story you told me about your being expelled from college?" "Yes. son." "Well, I'm telling it to you now." I would sip many long, cool draughts From the cup of the still night air, And steal where the yellow moon Lights lanterns across your hair. I would drink from bubbling springs Of waters Irom under the hills. And would lie on the mossy slopes As long as my spirit wills. I would tell you things unguessed. Another could not tell— You are heaven's brightest lamp. And Venus envies your spell. This my course, none can stop Nor law, nor god. nor thought— I shall find for you all things That man has dreamed of or saught I shall carry you past regret— Beyond recalling this earth, Henceforth, a cosmic star, Can you realize your worth? We shall play havoc with this night And vie with the lark in song. Come, do you dare? The night is not long. How orney the fountain pen. That writing tool of mine, Why is it never empty when It sees the dotted lines? It isn's so much a question of how many stars there are in your crown. Old Man Wayback was telling a bii-mess friend, "what I want to know Is how many Blue Eagli feathers you have in your cap continue being nudists. It Is improper to stare at your neighbor's wife. This rule may be abolished if the Ninth Commandment is ever repealed. livered to a movie queen. This is dangerous, as it Is liable to make the old husband seem shabby. The Girl Chum savnever put off till tomorrow the diet you can go on today. This would be the fall when Smithsonian taxidermists will have to capture and stuff a specimen of agentus prohibitionus. The lull in railroading give, the Pullman car-namers a dandy opportunity to think up new colors In A compromise is an agreement by which both parties get what they shirtings for Fascists don't want. No woman ever loved a man so much that she didn't try to find out the cost of the engagement ring. When it takes a young man fifteen minutes to assist a girl to don her coat he is neither her brother by birth nor by refusal. A Government folder on 15 tasty uses for peanut butter fails to point out that it is ideal for putting a loose window in a summer cottage. The rest of us think respectfully of the old boy as John Barleycorn, whereas the tax wringers dicuss him in terms of Jack. The team on offense had char d with determination and tin on defense had tackled savi When the ball was grounded players wen' strewn all over the :; i hardly a man left standing. As the; untangled themselves and strut to their in! it was -ceil that the In roic ball carrier remained on thi ground without motion. He looked quite lifelesss. Would he ever re. .main'.' Every spectator was standing as the doctor ran out to the fallen man's side. Sympathy, hope anxiety and fear clutched at every heart. Amid the breathless hush a boy cam.' down the steps of the ai.-li with a basket on his arm. "Boy." called a sweet young girl in front of us. "Boy. two with mustard on!" I've a troublesome heart that jumps hither and thither. And looks for new fields when old love starts to whither. I'm weary and tired of many mad fings— I'm constantly tangled in someone s heart-stings. This snatching odd moments ol stolen romance Is getting to be just a pain in the neck. Love is a brainstorm from which I'll ne'er recover; I flit hither and hither from lover to lover. This tedious glamour: it keeps me too busy Playing nursemaid and butler to kisses too dizzy. Never make a confidant of everybody's friend.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLO R l PI AN Friday November 3. 1933 *** &f&f &f &f&f &f &f&f&f&f &f&f &f&f ********•:••:••:••:••:••:••:•* ****** &f&f ** + cat tea i>y IWVDIM a. M. iun\_n 1 ti : RaiMa dgtragng lBitUrttn 1 Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTLI roundel ai I Dtrecl r, Radio Synagog of America SUNDAY MORNINI Vi'lOU, MIAMI. FLORIDA f Vol III. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1933 No" $ •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• *+# # &f ••• ••• ••• • • "The Song of The Shirt" Scripture Heading. Genesis, chapter XXXVII. verses %  % %  4. 31, 32, 33. I wonder If students ot the Bible, in search of prophetic expressions and ot their fulfilment, have overlooked the episode of the 'coat ol many ol Joseph, and oi Its present day analogy and actuality. Do not Isled by the word "coat as B translation for the Hebrew word "k'sones." It Is transated in the Yiddish as "hemd." which means shin we nave the many-colored shirt Because it was worn as an outer lent, the trans'.. d "coat" in place of "shirt." Every Sunday School student knows the aftermath of the episode. Joseph %  : %  % % % %  and. when his torn and blood-stained shirt was presented to Jacob for identification. Jacob exclaimed. "It Is my son's shirt: an evil 1). devoured him: Joseph is without doubt rent in pit look over the map of the Earth and visualize the rise of coloredshirt movements In various countries.—Uie black, the brown, the tan, and [lver.—and, possibly others which have not yet reached nation-wide attention, we shall see the population of the Earth dressed In a manycolored shirt. In each case the jealousies aroused and the hatreds fanned by the sight of the shirt rend the peace of mankind and destroy ) as surely as if they were devoured by the "evil beast" of which Jacob spoke. I am reminded ot two vew In the famous poem "The Song of The Shirt" by Thomas Hood. "O men. with 0 men. with mothers and writ is not linen you're out. Bu: human creatures' lives! Stitch—stitch—stitch, In povert; "-".d dirt. Sewing at once with a double thread. A %  •But why do I talk of Deal That Phantom of grisly bone? 1 hardly .'-.v. ':.:u rribli shape. 1• i ms s liki my ownIt .%  %  ..V.' :::: own, f the O God! thai so dear. And flesh and b'.ood so chi It :.trui The colored : in < thers. I —i. %  this si f any of 1 i i : the particular oi presence, in ai %  ti-semii %  :. i %  [] Id fl :.' lbmmunity to learn. Shii I followed the developmt: • '.'.' :: I 1 functionli nind of the av< Cl %  y be attract thing new. lor a short v ibldlng the ami-. :cture and purp ram of the organization: wl normal person rea!:. ttever good it may hope to accomplish, the oreanization seeks to attain thi viciou 'hat rational person withdraws from I memtoo much faith in the honor and the nobility of character of the ( ol this area to believe tl '.::: : %  nd tl • %  :.%  Iv< to any project that is not truly Christian and humanitarian :: tude I cannot be wrong. Cranks wi i -. %  long. So I did nothing to give added publicity to the activities of the Silver this part of the United State-. Like all other such organizations, built on prejudice, it will die its natural death. But, ot;. :. a terrible menace to the J< .movement and. with I dulled by the thought of an opportunity to shine as Jewish champions, they have taken steps to make a publi< of thi.matti r They little realize that by p> I and denouncing the persecutor, they make a martyr of him and add glamour to his ignoble When I .'1 that I did nothing about the Silver Shir: I was not quite correct. I did but this;— I tried In %  :ble to really Ii I as the slanderous and libellous lescrlbe it. I do not have to denounce iser. It :.sufficient that the Jew. in his dal ; the nonJew, so act that the accusations will fall by thi maliciou Actions -peak louder than words. While I from my teens. I came, for a short time.— all too short.—under the influence of Professor Herman Detwyler. a by birth, but a citizen of the World. He once told me that he would like to form a letter-society:—not a Greek-letter, but an English-letter society. He would call it the H. R. I asked what the initials signified He replied. "The Human Race. I say, today, that we have too much color in our shirts. I. too. have ambitions to form a shirt-movement. What English Press Lauds Exiled GermanStates and Canada and authorized W purchase savings account books Jewish Actors III London J !" I Ol the Series "W." The Gdynia America Line winch handles a large London.—Generous and wide apvoU|me of thP remittances to Poland proval was voiced in the British ^ oth( r Eastt ln European counpress at the performance given here j n( ^ wi ,, ( XI .,. U ,,. .,„ money orders by a group of Jewish actors, exiled nrouph ,,„, maill oMlce or branchfrom Germany, who opened a sea^ of [he posta Sav j n g. s Bank of -on ol German play.at the York's Waxgaw Theatre with Schiller's "Kabale Thjs MW arrangemen t will greatund die Liebe." with Leopold JessL add [Q thfl l onv( lu ,,, u ,. ol those ner as the producer. The London wh(j an mimIuu money abroad to Times said "the German theatre must feel itself to be in a very strong position if it can sacrifice to a dubious principle so many • lent actors, with a producer of genius their relatives or friends. Cite Hebrew Laws in Breach of Promise Suit the excuse her mother's death but Rabbi S. M. Neches testified that Hebrew law does not require a person to wait more than 30 days after the death ot a relative to marry Postal savings Bank of Warsaw Appoints American Representatives Los Angeles.—Hebrew laws pertaining to marriage and death were Cited before Superior Court Judge C. D. Ballard here in a breach of promise suit brought against Dr. Maurice D. Turbow by his cousin, New York.—The Gdynia America Louise Ruth Shapiro of Newark Line has been appointed by the Lawyers for Dr. Turbow contended Polish Postal Savings Bank as Its that Miss Shapiro delayed the marsole representative lor the L'nited riage unnecessarily. She gave as would I call mine? The Clean Shirt. Jacob brought misery to Joseph and of bondaue to his children through the gift of a many-colored The leader.of this aue have brought misery and misunderstandhuman bondage and spiritual slavery, international friction and national jealousies, through their colored shirt emblems. It is nlgi) time that we looked upon each other as human beings, clean and wholesome. 1 • ..:• ra of the Clean Shirt.—covering clean bodies housing clean minds; —minds clean and without trace of jealousy and rancor, hatred and mallei The many-colored -huts are not pure in color. Each bears a -lain of the blood of thi persecuted, innocent blood. And. with Thomas Hood. I exclaim. O God! that bread should be so dear. And flesh and blood so cheap!" TORGSIN orders enable your relatives in ^o k iet Russia in purchase all -ris nt domestic IT imported articles at low price-. %  %  • %  %  i nil V T. tm-D< ruira I ranaporl < orp. \ tn. r i. .t n Esprtfti <'o. \mi ri< .i I.in*. 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A people as advanced as tins should be sending fourth missionaries. Delaney & Beers Kodak 1 'iniahing and Enlarging Commercial Work and ll.me Portrait" 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. 4th St. Phone I-5S85 Royal Typewriters Nrw and Factor? Rebuilt Portables. S29.S0 to 1(0.00 B. W. THACKER, Local Dealer 2I N. K. 2nd St. Phone 1-0115 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  | BOGGS I %  1 for Shoe Repairing %  The Very FinMt of Sole Leather %  Immediate Attention in the Cleanest gj and Bent Shop in Miami Prices ftiifht — Convenient Location %  %  We Make Your Shoea Look Like New %  %  SEYBOI.D ARCADE „ %  4t N. E. First Street %  % % % % % % % % % %  I BIV AT GROSSMAN'S Choice Fruits and Vegetables Stand No. 1. Roosevelt Curb Market N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th St. i CORNER STAND" + i +•— Soy Bean 15read i and other vegetable breadi GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 216.'. W. I lagler St. Phone .'-'.•11 Mill WashirurtOn Avenue, M. 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prlday. November 3. 1933 -THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pa*ge Five SOCIETY : : : .. : Junior Council of Jewish Women ,nd the Young Men's Hebrew asso;,.,„„„ will have a novel party at 8 „,. next Sunday at the Y. M. H. A clubhouse, 1567 s. w. Fifth st. Refreshments and dancing will be enjoyed. Tickets may be procured iroin any of the members. At the regular meeting of the juniors held during the week the following committee chairmen were appointed: Miss Sophie Neeham. ,.„, Miss Helen Wroobel and MiHose Goodmark, social serMiss Bessie Wernikoff. chairman: Miss Rae Alpern. Miss Claire Hide.Miss Wroobel. MLss Betty berg and MLss Esther Kaufman, dramatics. Kleanor Sheldon will be asIIV Miss Irene Farr. Miss Millie Drelsen, Miss Miriam ScheinMlsa Lee Ka.sanof and Miss Anne Kamins: bulletin, the Sylvia and Millie Dreisen. -:: Kleanor Sheldon. Miss Margie predinger and MLss Hodes will as• Miss Kamins, editor. mvoLi IMS and 0:1)11 P. M. Sunday 20c till 6:30 I*. M. PEGGY HOPKINS JOYCE W. C. FIELDS "International I louse" ALL STAR CAST L Pop) GERSON Buyer of all kinds of scrap 'metal. We sell auto parts, !machinery etc. i 2111 N. W. SECOND AVENUE + The Y. M. H. A. Ping Pong team defeated the strong Ft. Luderdale team in the first of a series of contests in the tournament now on when in five matches the results were: Thaler vs. Young 6-1. 6-1. Shonfeld vs. Johnson 6-1. 7-5. Gordon vs. Leonard 6-4. 6-2, Boinstrin vs. Cain 6-0, 6-0. Schemer vs. Neil 6-0. 6-3. Other games will be played soon. e • The next diamond ball game ol the Y. M. H. A. will be played at Flamingo Park. Miami Beach, next Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. Admission is free. Thus far the team of the Y. M. H. A. is undefeated having won every one of it.s games. Last week II defeated the strong Miami Beach Athletic Club with the score of 12-4, 1 Keys Made While You Wait R. L. (Bob) GARR Safe, Gun and Lock Expert | ALL WORK GUARANTEED Ml V E. 13th St. Phone 2-0718 + „ + BON TON Dry Cleaners W Call For and Deliver Carpttl and Rug* Cleaned or Dyed We Do Pleating l'lant and Main Office: O? N. W. Sth Are. Phone 2-71S NICELEY Funeral Home Washington Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-3355 SIDHBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. 1400 W. Flag-ler SI. 733 N. W. 31th St. PHONE 2-3SI2 +•—.. HOME SERVICE Laundry ROY II. TIRNER. Prop. 1*11 S. W. tth St. Phone J-l %  %  .< SPECIAL %  2n per rent discount of every bundle of 75 cents or more. election of officers important business of the congregation will be acted on and an address will be delivered by Rabbi Julius Washer ol the congregation. All members are urged to attend. Orlando, Fla. Notes Hough's System for growing hair will open on November 15th at Rossi's Barber Shop corner of Collins ave. and 23rd st. opposite the Roney Plaza. This system has, bj irovlng results, established a splenlid clientele In a short time, it lumbers among Its clients some ol hi most prominent business and professional men ol the Greater .Miami area. The cost is reasonable and operates with a money back guarantee. • Pupils of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Talmud Torah organized a diamond ball team las) week and will enter formal practice under the direction of a well known Jewish COach next week. Followiim a short period of intensive training the boys will play a series of games with teams from other Talmud Torahs both locally and through the State. • • • What promises to be one of the pretties) affairs ol the current season la the garden fete and bridge party Wednesday. November 8th, at the home of Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthai. 1031 S. W. 23rd st. The affair is being given for the benefit of the infant welfare department of Senior Hadassah of which Mrs. Rosenthal is chairman. Assisting the hostess are Mesdames J. Simpson. Barney Weinkle. Sam Simonhoff and J. Williamson. Prizes will be given for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is urged to attend. • • • A fairly well attended meeting of the local Bnai Brith Lodge was held at Beth David Talmud Torah last Wednesday night. Reports of the work of the organization locally, as | well as of its Anti-Defemation League were presented. Plans for a Joint drive for the relief of German sufferers and the Anti-Defamation League were announced • • %  Mrs. M. Kaler entertained last week In the first of a series of card parties for the benefit of the Women's Club of the Workmen's Circle. Prizes were awarded for high scores and at a late hour a buffet supper was served. The next event will be held at an early date and announcement will appear in these columns shortly. • • • The annual election of officers for the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held on Tuesday. November 7th. at the Synagogue of the Congregation beginning at 8 o'clock. Following the Burnett Roth, student of the University of Florida, was accorded a distinct honor last week when lie was elected president of Tan Alpha chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi. national social fraternity. He is the son 0( Mr .and Mrs. H. Roth, of this city. The election of officers in this fraternity is an annual occurrance Roth will hold the office to which he has just been elected until February, 1934. Prior to this, he has held the offices of Alumni Scribe and Bursar of Tau Epsilon of Tau Epsilon Phi. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sol Wittensteln held open house at their new home on Elwood street. The occasion was the thirteenth wedding annlversar) of Mr. and Mrs. Wittensteln. The ouse was beautifully decorated and refreshments were served during t' e evening. Isadore Segal, of Jacksonville, pent several days visiting in Orlando. Morris Lefkowitz returned Monday from a business trip to New York. • • Mr. and Mrs. Moses Lehman and son, Sylvan Lehman, of Portsmouth, Ohio, have arrived to spend the winter in Orlando. • • Martin May, of Miami, spent several days in Orlando on business • • • Mrs. Leon Shapiro has returned after spneding a month in Tampa visiting friends and relatives. • • • Pete Haimowitz. of Winter Garden, spent Friday in Orlando on business. • • • The regular bi-monthly meeting of the Bnai Brith. Lodge 1043. was held in the vestry rooms of the Synagogue on Tuesday evening. A number of business matters were discussed and various dance and entertainment committees were appointed. The business meeting was followed by a social hour and refresmente were served. << • • A chicken chow-mein benefit supper and bridge, sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood of the Congregation Beth El, will be held at the home of Mrs. Max Blattnor, 235 Park Avenue, at 6 p. m. This supper is open to the public and a cordial invitation is extended to all. • • • Joe Otenberg, who was called to New York by the death of his mother, is expected to return today. • • • The bridge sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation of Oher Sholem. to be held at the home of Mrs. B. J. Cohen, has been postponed. A nnouncing the opening of HOUGH'H SYHTEM ion GROWING HAIR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 AT V Rossi's Barber Shop 2224-26 Collins Avenue—Cor. 23rd Street Near Roney Plaza PHONE 5-1626 I'OK APPOINTMENTS 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, haying 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 lowcost. Without medical examination or certificate of good health, it automatically converts into an Ordinary Life or Twenty Payment Life Policy al 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 teat tires which will give you ten dollars per month, per thousand in case of accident. The Maccabee's policies carry a safety 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 MIAMI. FLORIDA



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Page sfx THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN Friday November 3 193! Tampa, Fla. Notes Mrs. Daniel Cracowaner. of 210 I-... • Park Ave., announce.the enni of her daughter, Miss MInnli Cracowaner, to Irvln Salsbury, l-'Ot! East Mohawk Ave.. Tampa. Fla. The wedding date to be anounced later. Miss Cracowaner was born here and was graduated from the ConMr. of Holy Namebefore going to Brenau College, Gainesville, <;.> whei reived her bachelor of aru Mr.Salsbury entertained at a bridge party and reception Wednesday evening, Oct. 31st, honoring her son'.fiancee. A b::ci and dinner will be given at the El p.1. Laurent Saturday night at which Miss Birdie Katz and MiSS Lil Adelson will be hostesses. • • • Rabbi Adolph Bui-> 1 %  '..-ermon for Friday evenin rvices will be 'The Qreal Woman." Services are held • very Friday evening at 8 p. m, and Saturday morning at 9 a m. Aft : 1 ; 1 last ight Hebrew every Saturday mornli • • Dr. Isirovitz repi the German Situation at Rodolph Sholom Temple Thursda; Nov. 2nd. 8 p. m. Mr, s. S 't d as -t neral chairma!-, for thi evi ning. • Ladil A : Temple Rodoph Sholom observed its SixAnniversary Sunday evenlng, Oct. 29th, at 8 p. m. with a program and mock wedding in the school auditorium of the ten The committee in charge of arIncl idi Mrs I Liebman, general chairman. Mrs S Mark.-. Mr Ch Markowitz. Mrs. H. Perlman, Mrs. 1 Abramovitz, Mrs J Abramovitz, and Mrs H Aronc Mrs H Brash -ave the history of the auxiliary and Mrs. H. Sandtiu. accompanied by Miss M I piano, M: M G Rosenb) 1 made an adStoun 1 violin selections with Miss Krehcr aaccompanist, and Mis: Becky Ji • %  Ish numbers which were very much enjoyed by mpanled by Miss Pearl Buchman at the piano. Thi comedy note ol the evening 1 !;e mock wedding which was leature of the entertainment. Those taking part were Mr. P. Gotler. u Rabbi. Mrs. I Abramovitz. bride. Mrs. Lackowitz and Mr M. G. 'LAYING AT THE -Til AVE. THEATRE ERNEST TORRENCE Rosenberg, her parents. Mr. Ben Haimovitz. bridegroom. Mrs. H. Perlman and Mr M. Arglntar, his parents. Mrs. S. Simovitz. matron of honor. Mrs M. H. Kisler. maid of honor. Mrs Wm Bass, flower girl. Abe Weiss, rum bearer. BridesMesdames .1 Wittner, P Gotler. A. M Wolfson, and L. Chardkoff. groomsmen. Mr. M Aronovitz. J. Abramovitz, J. Wittnei and Mr. H. Perlman. Organist, Mrs i bill. Rein hments of frozen ices and red to the by the Committee and a good time was had by all present. The Ladle.Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple held their n monthly meeting Thursday aftei noon. Nov. 2nd, in the auditorium Ol the Temple. St. Petersburg Notes Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld.sermon I E %  I vices is "The Theory and Practice ol Reheld at Congregation Bnal [srai. %  -' %  Bth I :.< 11h, on NovemIrd. The Judaic Council held their installation of officers on Tuesda ternoon. Oc vith luncheon al •i.t N:kko Inn. Rabbi A. S. Klein !eld was the guest, and gavi .1 stirring addri and Installed the follow;:. Mr.-. R. 8a Zl I I :.' Mrs A. EsriCk, Vice1 .'. %  : .' Mrs S. Fyvolent. si ... Ci ^..i Rubin, treasun 1 Later in the afternoon, cardwere played. Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE I.. DIXON COMPANY "Thi House That S, nice /!///" £ 1100 V E. 2nd Avenue LIVE AND LET LIVE! IS Tilt MOTTO OF THE CUT RATE KOSHER MARKET 237 N. W. .Til STRKKT 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 The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid society of Congregation Bnai Israel, held their semi-monthly card party .,• the Congregation, last Sunday Eve. Oct. 29th, with. Mrs. Harry Herman and Mrs M Benjamin as atnexl card part; an Mrs. M. Feldman and Mr.-. Abrahams which Will lie h %  id .-• the same place, on Sunday Eve. B p. m. Installation ol Office! Conion Bnal Israel, will be held at the Syna | II 921 9th St, north. on Sunday Eve., Nov. 5. conducted by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. with muse and refreshments, The following officers "HI be installed: Hyman M. Jacob.-, was r -elected president. Jack Fuchs was re-elected via -pn Ident, Harry Hi irer, and M. Benjamin, n %  lected secretary. Tru Rothblatt, chairman. A. Bli rkese, Ed Goldman, S I nl and Frank Rabin. 1 %  and friends ton Iti 1: • • • Mr, and Mrs. Harry Goldman have Jusl returned to the citj aftl I .. :t ngthy visit In Miami. Fla. a • • Mi and MrMorns Hermer. [ormi rlj Belli Goldman, have just returned to the city after a six months tour throughout the State! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman 10G8 15th Ave, No., entertained adinner on Tuesday Eve., o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godnian am! Mr. and Ml.-. MornHi The Ladies Auxiliary and Ciety had a very intere.-ti; mi; on Tuesday Eve c Plans for the Bazaar are pi ing rapidly. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Sicrke.-, 14th Ave. No., entertained Rabbi : S. Kleinfeld at dinner on 1 Eve.. Oct. 31st. Marriage is the end of all man, troubles — one end or the other Banish Fear of Blow-Outs BY USING GOODRICH TIRES Y". Goodrich Commander Tires SIZE PRICE 4.40-21 $4.00 4.50-20 4 55 4.50-21 4.70 4.75-19 5.15 5.00-19 5.50 5.00-20 5.70 5.25-IS 6.20 5.25-21 6.70 Liberal Allowances for Your Old Tires Certified Lubrication By Thoroughly Trained Lubrication Men mjjfr) 'i" inn GASOLINE Texaco "Fire Chief" CAB WASI Cars Washed. Polished, Simonized and Serviced Brakes Adjusted and Relined By Capable and Careful Mechanics All Inspection FREE v&rsErjYoaa Complete Tire and Road Service Phone 22194 NORTON TIRE CO. The Home of Complete. Economical Car Service 500 West Plagler Street Phone 2-2194


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Miami, Fla
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November 3, 1933

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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^Jewiisti floridiari
\, I, li. No. 43
____ I I.ORJO.VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Jewish News
Around The
World
Catholic Bishops Appeal for End of
Nazi Persecution*
Berlin.Immediately after his
return from a visit to Pope Pius,
cardinal Bertram, archbishop of
Breslau, issued an appeal to the
German government to end its per-
. in of "those numerous men
and women who were and .still are
ol worthy character and loyal will.
II an oportunity offers it.self to
ra.-e their harsh lot it is the obvious
and earnest Christian duty to do
Cardinal Bertram .-poke for all
the Catholic bi.shops in Germany.
Dutch Press Boycott of German
Medical Goods
Amsterdam.a booklet contain-
i most Frequently prescribed
German medicines and a list Of their
Dutch and other non-German
equivalents is being distributed
throughout Holland by the Dutch
General Committee for Defense
' the Terror and Persecution
in Germany. The booklet contains
an appeal to physicians to replace
all Herman medicines with drugs
produced in Holland or other Euro-
pi an countries or America.
Joint Event
Is Arranged
MIAMI, FLORIDA. PR] DAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1933
Welfare Bureau "Ort" Leader
Elects Officers
Price Five nti

"'" Joint Y. m. ii, a. Junior
Council dance and card party will
be held on Sunday evening, Novem-
ber 5th, beginning at o'clock
when dancing, entertainment and
cards will be enjoyed. Refreshments
will be served free to all the guesl
In charge of arrangements of the
event are committees representing
both organizations headed by Miss
Lee Kasanoii as chairman of the
Junior Council committee. and
Murray Kellman as chairman of the
Y. M. H. A. committee The public
is invited to attend.
To Speak Here [Announcements!
At a meeting of the Jewish Wei-
rare Bureau held last Tuesday
night at Kaplan Hall, a very inter-
esting address was made by J.
Richard Plumer, president of the
Miami Community Chest, in ex-
plaining present conditions affect-
ing the work of the Chest and its
Dr. B. Iserowitch, national Held
representative for the "Ort" who u
making a tour of the United States
in the interest of relief for German
will arrive in Miami next
Tuesday, November 7th. He will be
met by a committee which was or-
ganized last week in the Interests
probable future. A report of the past of the "Ort" organization and plans
year's activities was presented by
Mrs. Sadye G. Rase, executive .sec-
retary, and brief talks were made
by Philip Liberman. Day J. Apte
p
Annual Report
Discloses Work
Jewess acclaimed as Best Songster
in New England
Rose Shaln, a Boston
was adjudged New Eng-
land's leading songbird in a con-
I ponsored by the Boston Trav-
eler in conjunction with the Na-
tional Broadcasting Company. Mrs
Sham won first prize in contests
in which entrants from live .-tales
participated. She is a sister-in-law
ot Myron Weiss, one of the editors
of Time Magazine.
At the annual meeting oi tin
Jewish Welfare Bureau last
day, Mrs Sadye c;. Rose, executive
secretary, submitted a report show-
in.: the Bureau's work from October
1, 1932, to September 30. 1933. as
follows:
I National Tour for Tolerance to Be
Made by Kabbi. Minister
and Priest
New York.Concerned over the
I outbreaks of anti-Semitism In
I Europe and feeling that they may
be duplicated In this country, the
nal Conference of Jews and
Christians has announced a series
of 37 interdenominational seminars
ol religious tolerance to be held
during the next three months in
'ding cities of the United
States under the direction of a
ant minister, a Catholic
and a rabbi. The announce-
ment was made by Newton D.
Baker, one of the three chairmen of
'" Conference. The other two chair-
are Professor Carlton J. H.
"I Columbia University and
"' r W. Straus. Mr. Baker de-
'"mI that the campaign to spread
Mpel of tolerance would be
'"ried on unspectacularly. Those
elected to make the tolerance tour
''' Rev. Everett Ollnchy, director
Receipts
Community chest $3133.47
Ladies auxiliary 1375.00
Due- 537.00
Donation. 1338.61
Refund monetary relief 215.00
Refund transportation 637.00
17348.61
Disbursements
Weekly allotments S3548.43
Monetary relief 939.68
Mi diclne 140.44
Transportation 978.93
.Salary 1160.00
Office transportation 71.all
Telephone 101.52
relegraph 62.08
Printing 62.60
Postage 89.41
Rent 111.00
on ice supplies 5.60
Miscellaneous 44.47
$7313.66
34.95
Cash on hand Oct. 1. 1933 52.21
General Fund $ 87.16
lor a brief but Intensive campaign
will be outlined. He will address lo-
cal Jewry at a dinner in his honor
which will be held on Wednesday,
October 8th, at a local restaurant,
announcement of which will be
made by letter, radio and the pies-.
Dr. Iserowitch has become inter-
nationally famous for his study oi
conditions of Jews in Ba tern
Europe and Germany and while
here will tell of his experiem
a result oi Hitlerism In Germany.
While on his tour ol the United
States la- has met with large and
enthusiastic receptions and has
raised large sums .it money for
German relief purpa i
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
I Reform I
137 N. B. N i,,. .....11, sir<.et
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
I' ilar Friday night services be-
gin at 8:15 to which the public i>
Invited. For the first time in his
Rabbinical career. Rabbi Kaplan
will use as the basis for his sermon
a test taken from the New Testa-
mentMatthew 5: ii. The subject
ol the Rabbi's sermon Is "Blessed
are the Jews whom the Germans
persecute."
PHILIP LIBERMAN
Mark Max. and several of the new-
ly elected officers Recommenda-
tions of the nominating committee
were adopted and the following
were elected. Philip Liberman. presi-
dent ; J. Gerald Lewis. 1st vice-
president; Sam Blank. 2nd vice-
president: Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
secretary; Dr. A. E. Rosenthal
Measurer: and N. Adelman. assist-
ant secretary Thirty directors were
chosen, among them Jack Bern-
stein. M. L. Cowen, H. H. Hyman
H. U. Feibelman. H. I. Lipton. I
Levin, H. Landfield. Morris Rubin.
Mrs. P. Liberman. Maurice Rubin.
M. Hoffman. Mark Max. 1
Wohl. Louis Roth. H. I. Magid. M.
Rappaport. M. Weiner. S. C. Myers.
J. Simpson. Rase Weiss, Henry
Bulbin. Tobias Simon. Harry Nev-
ins, Sam Simonhoff, Joe Richter,
Mrs Meyer Schwartz, Wm. Fried-
man and Alex Miller.
The social service work included:
781 families received relief.
42 new ca
6 cases reopened.
69 cases Closed.
117 transients.
28 immigrant casescontact Ing
relatives, etc.
29 transportation cases.
79 medical CBSi
27 clothing.
1 American citizenship.
Problem Presented:
Dependency, transients, health,
for operations.
Friendly Inn
To Meet Here
Junior Society
Presents Play
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthadoi)
IMS S. W. Third Slrt
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
sev-
cast
insanity, arranging
01 the Conference. Father'X Elliott hospitalization for expectant babies.
l Baltimore, and Rabbi Mor- dental work-illegitamacy. dehn-
Uzaron of the Baltimore He- quency, behavior problems with
b'-u Congregation juvenile court-child placement.
Tuesday evening, November 7th.
a mass meeting of local Jewry will
be held at Beth David Talmud To-
tal) Hall in the interests of the
Hebrew Friendly Inn of this dis-
trict. At this meeting Mr. Baron De
Hirsch Meyer, prominent attorney
and president of the organization.
Will present a report of the work of
the organization for the past year.
Following the report the annual
election for officers and directors
of the organization will be held.
The organization maintains a home
for worthy transient Jewish cases
both male and female at 452 S. W.
2nd st. where free lodging and food
Ls furnished for a limited time. All
Jews of the Greater Miami area arc
urged to attend.
Every evening for the oast
era! weeks, members of the
t hat will be seen in "The
Towns Talking." a play being
sponsored for the benefit of the
local Junior Hadassah, have been
meeting at the Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall under the direction ol
Mrs. Dale James, the dramatic
coah of the organization. The play,
a farce comedy by Anita Loos, is
replete with interesting situations
and comedy laughs, which will more
than compensate the playgoer for
the cast of the ticket of admission
which will be only fifty cents. The
play will be presented at the Tem-
ple Theatre on Tuesday evening.
October 14th. and proceeds will be
used for the Palestine work of the
organisation. The cast includes a
number of the best of Miami's Jew-
ish dramatic talents. Tickets may
be purchased from any member oi
the committee of Miss Rase Sowers.
Ladies Sponsor
Russian Supper
Preparations for what promises to
be one of the outstanding events of
the current season are being made
by a committee of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. The event will be the
annual Russian Cafeteria supper
next Sunday evening. November 5.
at the vestry rooms of the Syna-
gog. Russian national dishes will be
featured on the varied menu that
will be offered and a beautiful
Russian Samovar will be used in
the preparation of the tea. The
committee will be costumed in
Russian dress to add to the im-
presslveness of the event. There
will be no admission charge of any
kind and nominal charges will be
made for the food served. The af-
lair will begin promptly at 6 p. m.
Regular services begin at 5:30 p.
m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 9 when the Rabbi will preach
a sermon on the portion of the
we.k. Mincha services begin at 5 p.
m. followed by the "Shalosh Sau-
dah" at which Mrs, Milton Weiner
will be the hostess. This will be
followed by the Maariv services.
The Talmud Torah meets daily at
3 p. m. and Sunday school meeti
at 10 every Sunday morning at tin
Whole Y- M' H A- building. Late Friday
night services will begin shortly
with a program including add:
by a number of prominent laymen
and a series of open forums on cur-
rent Jewish topics.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
1.19 V W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
The usual early services begin at
5:30 followed by the late Friday-
night services at 8:15 p. m. when
the Rabbi will preach on "Rev. John
Haynes HolmesA Gentile's survey
of present day political Zionism."
This is in connection with the 16th
anniversary of the Balfour Declar-
ation which occurred on November
2nd. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 8 a. m. with the Junior Con-
gregation meeting at 10:30. At the
Junior services Cantor Kaminsky
will direct the congregational sing-
ing. The Bar Mitzva Boy's Club
meets Sunday morning at 8.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
Sll \v.hin,-inn Ave.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
The usual early services begin at
5:30 and arc followed by the late
Friday night services when the
Rabbi will preach a sermon on
"Zionism at the Crassroads." This
is in conjunction with the 16th an-
niversary of the Balfour declaration
which occurred on November 2nd.
Saturday morning the Rabbi will
preach on the portion of the week
Talmud Torah meets daily at 3 p.
m. and Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Sunday. Registration may still be
made for either the Talmud Torah
or Sunday school.



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday November 3. 1933
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S O CIE T Y
Last Monday night at the home
ol Rabbi David I Rosenbloom an
lation of "Shochtim" or ritual
ras formed of local
"shochtim" of the Greater Miami
:t. Those attending were M.
B Herman. A. Golden. B D
. Nathan Wroobel and B. Good-
man Rabbis David I Rosenbloom
and Max Shapiro a:tended the
rig and steps for the better-
the conditions affecting
'.oca! shochtim were discussed.

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Mr and Mrs. Harry Markowitz
and Mrs. Thomas Cohen returned
si week after an ab-
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where they attended the fun-
late Thomas Cohen.
ither ol Mrs Markowit;
Mr. and Mrs Be:.:' Mayers
i and son returned to tlie city after
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popular Jewish violinist of this
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of the season to be sponsored by the
egatioi be held on
Wednseday. November 3th. at the
Tropical Jungle Gardens with a
number of novelt; being pre-
sented in addition to the orchestra
and dancing. Card playing will be
provided for those who care to play.
On the committee are Mesdame.-
Ed Friedman. Harry Oliphant. J.
Stone. J. Kopelowitz. and Stanley
C Myers The proceeds will be used
towards the Talmud Torah funds ol
the cor.greeation. All members and
friends are asked to attend.
The organization of a club for
:. girls between the aces of 15
to 17 i-s now in progress. It will
:... for it.s purpose the furthering
.. and social projei
all) Those desiring to Join
to communicate with Miss
Dorothy Davis. 610 S W 14th ave
Opening the 1933-34 season with
than ni
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thi C lumbus Hotel.

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new di
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Krafl alist. accompanied b;.
'.:. Miss Paulim
: ask} pianist and Miss Mill) ni
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Geraldine Adams, and
John Pmder.
Novel re:.
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and thi i nti si
ing '.v.:
Miss Lyl Chisling Miss Gei
Levin. Miss Georgia Roth. Miss
Mi H in .
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One of I rid most r.ot-
evei to appear in a
will be seen ::. Para-
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lavish ::.--. ... comedy which
Sunday and Monday at
atre Peggy Hopkins
Joyce, famed international beauty,
heads thi W C
Fields has the comedy lead. Stuart
. Sari Mantza suppl;
: sus romance Seven radio
Rudy Vallee Gi :- Burns
and Grac:- Col 8tO(;
and Budd. Cab Callaway and his
Baby Ros< Marii
minentlj i ast A choru en-
le of 50. The Girls li Cello-
phane several
..- and dance routini
Morar. and Mack,
headmen of nil
.. ml return ti I reen In Mack
feature-length laugh-
which plays
an engagement at the 7th Avenue
inday and Monday
Famous on the radio stage and
screen, as well as through the
.:n of their phonograph rec-
ords. The Two Black Crows'' prove
welcome additions to the screen's
roster of expert comics. As nurse-
maids to the elephants in O'Brien
a: Shapiro's big circus, their droll
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yesterd ienci
Produced and directed by Mack
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lioit s. w. 1st st. Phone 2852*
ward Friedman. Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant. Mrs. J. Stone, Mrs. J. Kopel-
witz and Mrs. Stanley C. Meyei
compose the committee. The pro-
ceeds will benefit the Talmud To-
rah.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein returned to
the city after an absence of a month
visiting relatives and friends in
Baltimore. .Mel

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Waldo: f
nave as their guests Mr. Waldo:: s
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hyman.
who arrived here this week.
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Friday. November 3, 1933
THE JEWISH
KLORIDIAN
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Page Three
himself in opposition to the best
Impartial minds of the world (out-
Bide oi Germany). He speaks of pro-
paganda-fUled newspapers in this
country! What docs this observe of
"conditions" have to say of the press
Is to show the world that the Ger-
man people are solidly behind every-
thing that the Hitler government
has done and proposes to do. The
election will be a joke but the gov-
ernment will utilize it as a vote of
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
m s. W. Illh Avenue Phone 2-1183
.1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager
(AMOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
h* Meond cla.ss matter July 4.
tin- I'oHt Office at Miami, Florida,
the Act of March 3. 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
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SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
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Vol. 6 No. 43
n Germany that Cant Print Any- confidence and sav to the world
thing Pertaining to Government Un- ; that its entire program Is in accord
less Censored by Hitler? He him-| with the mandate of the people.
sell does not know what is going on i The Nazi regime may be able to
In Germany because he has no tool or terrorize its own people in-
ources of information since the
press is not permitted to publish
anything bin Pro-Hitler news. We
venture to say that at this moment
Dr. Coc doesn't know thai the
to believing that the election is a
genuine affair but the world at large
knows that it Will be a fake. There
are millions of Germans who hate
and detest their government, but
American Federation of Labor has | they dare not express their opinion
boycotted German goods. News of | by voting againlst It
i iiis kind is not permitted to ap-
The Other Side
We forget that there are many
who speak for Hitlerlsm but are re-
minded of this when suddenly con-
fronted with an article from some
unexpected source. We happened on
ii copy of a magazine called "The
Culver Alumnus," Issud In the In-
ter) si of Culver Military Academy
in Indiana. "A Student's View of
Is the first attack written
ii Dr. Cortez T. Enloe. Jr. We find
this preface:
unusually interesting discus-
sion "l conditions in Germany as
ted by student life and opin-
ion written in response to the re-
quest ot the 'Alumnus.' Dr. Enloe.
a graduate Of the Naval School ill
is a student at Hi idelberg
during and after the Nazi
ion and Is thoroughly con-
with the situation lie de-
He spent last summer In
the United Stales and recently re-
to Heidelberg to continue the
i medicine."
B going any further we
iike to call your attention to
i' that this article was writ-
B Heidelberg student who ll
back in Germany continuing his
Studies. So we ask the editor of "Cul-
rer Alumnus.'' in the interest of
and common sense, if, in
' of the attitude towards writers
In Germany and the complete sub-
ordination of independent thinking
i terrorism, Dr. Enloe could
v be expected to give any but
I Nazi view of the German situa-
Ordinarily, we would not pay
vo much attention to an article
'rom such a source, but appearing
does in a magazine devoted to
the Interests of one of the foremost
tlonal institutions in this
country, we belive that more care
should be exercised in giving ap-
proval to such articles. Now let US
read what Dr. Enloe has to say:
"The 'experts' apparently assume
Irom their extensive travels in the
realms iDr. Coe waxes sarcastic'
E'l oi the newspapers that because
": Hitler and Hitlerlsm the German
universities are going to lose all of
;1- qualities for which they are fa-
mous, Truly enough, this Is the
opinion many of the self-styled
of the new regime in Ger-
many have drawn from our propa-
canda-fllled newspapers."
R'Bht here we wish to interrupt
Uiia distinguished observer who puts
pear. Further, unpleasant incidents
happening in one community in
Germany are not known to those
living in an adjacent community.
So the Only Worthwhile News Of
An Impartial Nature can be found
only in newspapers Outside Ger-
many.
We wish Dr. Coe would give con-
sideration to this fact, and not talk
about "propaganda-filled newspapers
ill the United Slate.-. We can easily
see that this young man has become
inoculated with the good old Hitler
virus and runs true to form in this
statement :
Many ol us had been aware oi
the political preachings and tenden-
cies ol tiie different professors and
their assistants, so it came as little
surprise io us when names of cer-
tain members of the faculty were
omitted irom the roster lor the en-
suing semester As a result of
this preaching of communist social-
ist or nationalist doctrine in Classes
ol science, art or literature, many
ol these men were let out."
isn't it strange that All Jewish
iors were let out? Dr. Coe
mentions the case ot one "intellec-
tual" whose house was .-.'arch-
ed and an amazing mass of com-
munist literature found. Dr. Coe
probably believes the story oi the
Hi- Had Wolf. But 'he real gem ol
his story i- this
"Unfortunately the American
public ha o far demonstrati
lea! mli lligem > ot the situation a-
exl Ii I rmany today'''
Ye: the edit 'he Culver
Alumnus pemit such rank non-ens
to appear in us columns, to be read
by students and alumni. The unfor-
tunate thing, Dr, Coe. is that You
I and 'he rest oi the people In G
many can Demonstrate No Real In-
nce of the Situation as it Ex-
i-t.- in Germany Today Because von
are in no Position to Find out Any-
thing. The people of this country
have more actual knowledge of con-
ditions there than you have.
// Will Fool No One
The Nazi regime an avowed foe
of democracy, has Issued a call for
Reichstag elections on November 12.
The ostensible reason for this sur-
prising concession to democracy Is
Hitler's desire to obtain the ap-
proval of the German people for his
government's withdrawal from the
League of Nations and the Dis-
armament Conference as well as of
Its domestic policies which hav ben
bitterly denounced throughout the
world. If the Nazi government were
to permit B free election, with every
German allowed to vote as he pleas-
es, the outcome of this referendum
might have some significance. But
as a matter ol lact the Oemans will
have only the choice of voting for
Nazi candidates and thus giving its
approval to the Nazi regime or else
remaining at home and be denounc-
ed as traitors and enemies of the
Nazi state. It is obvious, therefore,
that the real object of the election
The moon came over the mountain
To Kate Smiths plaintive cry.
And Rudy warbles once a week
That love can never die.
By gosh! I'm not complaining but.
I hope as time goes on,
They'll get that little dogie to
The place where he belongs.
The biting of a noted pianist by
a dog In a passing motor car la given
but a few lines. If a man bites a
piano, that is news.
College foot ball may be fright-
fully commercial and all that, but
the ticket for a seal in Row 89 isn't
tamped ringside."
Henry Daniels, of Dallas, while
pruning a tree, -awed off a limb on
which he was sitting, but will re
cover. Maybe he thought the NRA
had repealed gravity.
Whenever i pass you. straight ahead
I will stare,
But I'll find new ways of doing
my hair,
I'll buy a new lint and a little blue
"own.
So you can't help knowing thai
I'm in town.
I'll use all the wil>\- that we women
know
I'll lint with you. ye.-, and shame-
Ij SO.
Rut you will never know it. because
you will be
Too busy contriving to speak to
me
THE
At sunrise I'd like to have shot
Dopes who constantly sneer, "So
what?"
People Who utter "awsk" and
"cawn't "
Under the sod I'd like to plawnt.
Those gals Who don't wear then
dresses too tight.
Who never smear on the lipstick
too bright.
And do nary a thing not considered
quite "right"
Sit alone by the telephone night
after night.
There is a reason in all things, but
it's different with some people.
A good listener is one who can
take it without once mentoining that
he has been to the Fair himself.
First ChorineI know what it is
to be loved by a cave man.
Second DittoWell. I suppos
when you were young dearie there
weren't any other kind of men.
.since hoodlums have been scared
into reporting incomes, a question
arises how many learned comic 11
each shall be allowed, as depen-
dents,
"What do you think of the Mu-
seum of Art?"
"Oh the pictures are good enough
but there ain't no good jokes un-
der them."
Witii thousands ot persons four
hungry yet with tons of food being
Wasted -and milk being dumped on
the highways something is wrong
with distribution in this country
Prom an editorial.
Yes, it's the distribution of brains
"With all the benefit of fresh an
ays dozing Dot. "there Is still lot
ol us who .-leep with our mouth
open wider than our bedroom win
lows.'"
A fan dancer crossed up censor
by appearing on a Broadway stage In
long underwear. Few had dreamed
that recovery would extend so far
A contest will be held in Kan.-a
City to see who can sit longest on a
cake ot ice. They ought to be able
to find plenty of entries for the
contest from among the thousands
who have been sitting for several Heard at a gridge party: "So thai
years on frozen assets. eat is criticising me again. Well.
------------ you tell her that I said envy is back
The proposed grocery COde is fill- of nearly every criticism.
ed with trouble. For example, if the ------------
cracker barrel-sitter is cut to 40 While the cause for personal lib-
hours how can he save the union? city advances in one direction. It
has a setback elsewhere. The Gov-
Therc was nothing cruel or un- ment proposes to house tramps.
usual in the Allegan nudist verdi-t ________
The defendants aren't obliged to ; An $18. 000 limousine has been de-
"Do you remember, dad. that
story you told me about your being
expelled from college?"
"Yes. son."
"Well, I'm telling it to you now."
I would sip many long, cool draughts
From the cup of the still night air,
And steal where the yellow moon
Lights lanterns across your hair.
I would drink from bubbling springs
Of waters Irom under the hills.
And would lie on the mossy slopes
As long as my spirit wills.
I would tell you things unguessed.
Another could not tell
You are heaven's brightest lamp.
And Venus envies your spell.
This my course, none can stop
Nor law, nor god. nor thought
I shall find for you all things
That man has dreamed of or saught
I shall carry you past regret
Beyond recalling this earth,
Henceforth, a cosmic star,
Can you realize your worth?
We shall play havoc with this night
And vie with the lark in song.
Come, do you dare?
The night is not long.
How orney the fountain pen.
That writing tool of mine,
Why is it never empty when
It sees the dotted lines?
It isn's so much a question of how
many stars there are in your crown.
Old Man Wayback was telling a
bii-mess friend, "what I want to
know Is how many Blue Eagli
feathers you have in your cap
continue being nudists.
It Is improper to stare at your
neighbor's wife. This rule may be
abolished if the Ninth Command-
ment is ever repealed.
livered to a movie queen. This is
dangerous, as it Is liable to make
the old husband seem shabby.
The Girl Chum sav- never put
off till tomorrow the diet you can
go on today.
This would be the fall when
Smithsonian taxidermists will have
to capture and stuff a specimen of
agentus prohibitionus.
The lull in railroading give, the
Pullman car-namers a dandy oppor-
tunity to think up new colors In
A compromise is an agreement by
which both parties get what they shirtings for Fascists
don't want.
No woman ever loved a man so
much that she didn't try to find
out the cost of the engagement ring.
When it takes a young man fif-
teen minutes to assist a girl to don
her coat he is neither her brother
by birth nor by refusal.
A Government folder on 15 tasty
uses for peanut butter fails to point
out that it is ideal for putting a
loose window in a summer cottage.
The rest of us think respectfully
of the old boy as John Barleycorn,
whereas the tax wringers dicuss
him in terms of Jack.
The team on offense had char d
with determination and tin
on defense had tackled savi
When the ball was grounded play-
ers wen' strewn all over the :; i
hardly a man left standing. As the;
untangled themselves and strut
to their in! it was -ceil that the In -
roic ball carrier remained on thi
ground without motion. He looked
quite lifelesss. Would he ever re.
.main'.'
Every spectator was standing as
the doctor ran out to the fallen
man's side. Sympathy, hope anxiety
and fear clutched at every heart.
Amid the breathless hush a boy
cam.' down the steps of the ai.-li
with a basket on his arm.
"Boy." called a sweet young girl
in front of us. "Boy. two with mus-
tard on!"
I've a troublesome heart that jumps
hither and thither.
And looks for new fields when old
love starts to whither.
I'm weary and tired of many mad
fings
I'm constantly tangled in someone s
heart-stings.
This snatching odd moments ol
stolen romance
Is getting to be just a pain in the
neck.
Love is a brainstorm from which
I'll ne'er recover;
I flit hither and hither from lover
to lover.
This tedious glamour: it keeps me
too busy
Playing nursemaid and butler to
kisses too dizzy.
Never make a confidant of every-
body's friend.


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THE JEWISH FLO Rl PI AN
Friday November 3. 1933
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTLI
roundel ai I Dtrecl r, Radio Synagog of America
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Vi'lOU, Miami. Florida
f Vol III. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1933 No- $
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"The Song of The Shirt"
Scripture Heading. Genesis, chapter xxxvii. verses '' 4. 31, 32, 33.
I wonder If students ot the Bible, in search of prophetic expressions
and ot their fulfilment, have overlooked the episode of the 'coat ol many
ol Joseph, and oi Its present day analogy and actuality. Do not
Isled by the word "coat as B translation for the Hebrew word
"k'sones." It Is transated in the Yiddish as "hemd." which means shin
we nave the many-colored shirt Because it was worn as an outer
lent, the trans'.. d "coat" in place of "shirt."
Every Sunday School student knows the aftermath of the episode.
Joseph : and. when his torn and blood-stained shirt was present-
ed to Jacob for identification. Jacob exclaimed. "It Is my son's shirt: an
evil 1). devoured him: Joseph is without doubt rent in pit
look over the map of the Earth and visualize the rise of colored-
shirt movements In various countries.Uie black, the brown, the tan, and
[lver.and, possibly others which have not yet reached nation-wide
attention, we shall see the population of the Earth dressed In a many-
colored shirt. In each case the jealousies aroused and the hatreds fanned
by the sight of the shirt rend the peace of mankind and destroy )
as surely as if they were devoured by the "evil beast" of which
Jacob spoke.
I am reminded ot two vew In the famous poem "The Song of The
Shirt" by Thomas Hood.
"O men. with
0 men. with mothers and wr-
it is not linen you're out.
Bu: human creatures' lives!
Stitchstitchstitch,
In povert; "-".d dirt.
Sewing at once with a double thread.
A
But why do I talk of Deal
That Phantom of grisly bone?
1 hardly .'-.v. ':.:- u rribli shape.
1- i ms s liki my own-
It .- ..V.' :::: own,
f the
O God! thai so dear.
And flesh and b'.ood so chi
It :.- trui The colored
: in <
thers. I
i.
this si
f any of 1
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: the particular oi
presence, in ai ti-semii

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[] Id fl :.'
lb- mmunity to learn.
Shii
I followed the developmt:
'.'.' :: I 1 functionli
nind of the av< Cl y be attract
thing new. lor a short v ibldlng
the ami-. :cture and purp ram of
the organization: wl normal person rea!:. ttever good
it may hope to accomplish, the oreanization seeks to attain thi
viciou 'hat rational person withdraws from I mem-
too much faith in the honor and the nobility of charac-
ter of the ( ol this area to believe tl '.::: : nd tl :.- Iv<
to any project that is not truly Christian and humanitarian ::
tude I cannot be wrong. Cranks wi i -. long.
So I did nothing to give added publicity to the activities of the Silver
this part of the United State-. Like all other such organizations,
built on prejudice, it will die its natural death.
But, ot;. :. a terrible menace to the J< .movement
and. with I dulled by the thought of an opportunity to ,
shine as Jewish champions, they have taken steps to make a publi<
of thi.- matti r They little realize that by p> I and denouncing the
persecutor, they make a martyr of him and add glamour to his ignoble
When I .'1 that I did nothing about the Silver Shir:
I was not quite correct. I did but this;I tried In :ble to
really Ii I as the slanderous and libellous
lescrlbe it. I do not have to denounce iser. It :.- suffi-
cient that the Jew. in his dal ;. the non-
Jew, so act that the accusations will fall by thi maliciou
Actions -peak louder than words.
While I from my teens. I came, for a short time.
all too short.under the influence of Professor Herman Detwyler. a
by birth, but a citizen of the World. He once told me that he would
like to form a letter-society:not a Greek-letter, but an English-letter
society. He would call it the H. R. I asked what the initials signified He
replied. "The Human Race. I say, today, that we have too much color
in our shirts. I. too. have ambitions to form a shirt-movement. What
English Press Lauds Exiled German- States and Canada and authorized
W purchase savings account books
Jewish Actors iii London ..... ji
Ol the Series "W." The Gdynia
America Line winch handles a large
London.Generous and wide ap- voU|me of thP remittances to Poland
proval was voiced in the British ^ oth(,r Eastt.ln European coun-
press at the performance given here jn(^ wi,, (.XI.,.U,,. ., money orders
by a group of Jewish actors, exiled ,nrouph ,,, maill oMlce or branch-
from Germany, who opened a sea- ^ of [he posta, Savjng.s Bank of
-on ol German play.- at the York's Waxgaw
Theatre with Schiller's "Kabale Thjs MW arrangement will great-
und die Liebe." with Leopold Jess- L add [Q thfl l.onv(,lu,,,u,. ol those
ner as the producer. The London wh(j an, mimIuu. money abroad to
Times said "the German theatre
must feel itself to be in a very
strong position if it can sacrifice to
a dubious principle so many
lent actors, with a producer of
genius
their relatives or friends.
Cite Hebrew Laws in Breach of
Promise Suit
the excuse her mother's death but
Rabbi S. M. Neches testified that
Hebrew law does not require a per-
son to wait more than 30 days after
the death ot a relative to marry
Postal savings Bank of Warsaw
Appoints American Representatives
Los Angeles.Hebrew laws per-
taining to marriage and death were
Cited before Superior Court Judge
C. D. Ballard here in a breach of
promise suit brought against Dr.
------------ Maurice D. Turbow by his cousin,
New York.The Gdynia America Louise Ruth Shapiro of Newark
Line has been appointed by the Lawyers for Dr. Turbow contended
Polish Postal Savings Bank as Its that Miss Shapiro delayed the mar-
sole representative lor the L'nited riage unnecessarily. She gave as
would I call mine? The Clean Shirt. Jacob brought misery to Joseph and
of bondaue to his children through the gift of a many-colored
The leader.- of this aue have brought misery and misunderstand-
human bondage and spiritual slavery, international friction and na-
tional jealousies, through their colored shirt emblems. It is nlgi) time
that we looked upon each other as human beings, clean and wholesome.
1 ..: ra of the Clean Shirt.covering clean bodies housing clean minds;
minds clean and without trace of jealousy and rancor, hatred and
mallei
The many-colored -huts are not pure in color. Each bears a -lain of
the blood of thi persecuted, innocent blood. And. with Thomas
Hood. I exclaim.
O God! that bread should be so dear.
And flesh and blood so cheap!"
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prlday. November 3. 1933
-THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Pa*ge Five
SOCIETY
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Junior Council of Jewish Women
,nd the Young Men's Hebrew asso-
;,., will have a novel party at 8
- ,. next Sunday at the Y. M. H.
A clubhouse, 1567 s. w. Fifth st.
Refreshments and dancing will be
enjoyed. Tickets may be procured
iroin any of the members.
At the regular meeting of the
juniors held during the week the
following committee chairmen were
appointed: Miss Sophie Neeham.
,., Miss Helen Wroobel and
Mi- Hose Goodmark, social ser-
Miss Bessie Wernikoff. chair-
man: Miss Rae Alpern. Miss Claire
Hide.- Miss Wroobel. MLss Betty
berg and MLss Esther Kauf-
man, dramatics.
Kleanor Sheldon will be as-
iiv Miss Irene Farr. Miss
Millie Drelsen, Miss Miriam Schein-
Mlsa Lee Ka.sanof and Miss
Anne Kamins: bulletin, the
Sylvia and Millie Dreisen.
-:: Kleanor Sheldon. Miss Margie
predinger and MLss Hodes will as-
Miss Kamins, editor.

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The Y. M. H. A. Ping Pong team
defeated the strong Ft. Luderdale
team in the first of a series of con-
tests in the tournament now on
when in five matches the results
were: Thaler vs. Young 6-1. 6-1.
Shonfeld vs. Johnson 6-1. 7-5. Gor-
don vs. Leonard 6-4. 6-2, Boinstrin
vs. Cain 6-0, 6-0. Schemer vs. Neil
6-0. 6-3. Other games will be play-
ed soon.
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The next diamond ball game ol
the Y. M. H. A. will be played at
Flamingo Park. Miami Beach, next
Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. Admis-
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the Y. M. H. A. is undefeated hav-
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Last week II defeated the strong
Miami Beach Athletic Club with the
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urged to attend.
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Notes
Hough's System for growing hair
will open on November 15th at
Rossi's Barber Shop corner of Col-
lins ave. and 23rd st. opposite the
Roney Plaza. This system has, bj
irovlng results, established a splen-
lid clientele In a short time, it
lumbers among Its clients some ol
hi most prominent business and
professional men ol the Greater
.Miami area. The cost is reasonable
and operates with a money back
guarantee.

Pupils of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Talmud Torah organized a
diamond ball team las) week and
will enter formal practice under the
direction of a well known Jewish
COach next week. Followiim a short
period of intensive training the
boys will play a series of games
with teams from other Talmud To-
rahs both locally and through the
State.

What promises to be one of the
pretties) affairs ol the current sea-
son la the garden fete and bridge
party Wednesday. November 8th, at
the home of Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thai. 1031 S. W. 23rd st. The affair
is being given for the benefit of
the infant welfare department of
Senior Hadassah of which Mrs.
Rosenthal is chairman. Assisting
the hostess are Mesdames J. Simp-
son. Barney Weinkle. Sam Simon-
hoff and J. Williamson. Prizes will
be given for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The pub-
lic is urged to attend.

A fairly well attended meeting of
the local Bnai Brith Lodge was held
at Beth David Talmud Torah last
, Wednesday night. Reports of the
work of the organization locally, as
| well as of its Anti-Defemation Lea-
gue were presented. Plans for a Joint
drive for the relief of German suf-
ferers and the Anti-Defamation
League were announced
*
Mrs. M. Kaler entertained last
week In the first of a series of card
parties for the benefit of the Wom-
en's Club of the Workmen's Circle.
Prizes were awarded for high scores
and at a late hour a buffet supper
was served. The next event will be
held at an early date and announce-
ment will appear in these columns
shortly.

The annual election of officers
for the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be held on Tues-
day. November 7th. at the Syna-
gogue of the Congregation begin-
ning at 8 o'clock. Following the
Burnett Roth, student of the
University of Florida, was accorded
a distinct honor last week when lie
was elected president of Tan Alpha
chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi. nation-
al social fraternity. He is the son
0( Mr .and Mrs. H. Roth, of this
city.
The election of officers in this
fraternity is an annual occurrance
Roth will hold the office to which
he has just been elected until
February, 1934. Prior to this, he has
held the offices of Alumni Scribe
and Bursar of Tau Epsilon of Tau
Epsilon Phi.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Wittensteln
held open house at their new home
on Elwood street. The occasion was
the thirteenth wedding annlversar)
of Mr. and Mrs. Wittensteln. The
ouse was beautifully decorated and
refreshments were served during
t' e evening.
Isadore Segal, of Jacksonville,
pent several days visiting in Or-
lando.
Morris Lefkowitz returned Mon-
day from a business trip to New
York.

Mr. and Mrs. Moses Lehman and
son, Sylvan Lehman, of Portsmouth,
Ohio, have arrived to spend the
winter in Orlando.

Martin May, of Miami, spent
several days in Orlando on business

Mrs. Leon Shapiro has returned
after spneding a month in Tampa
visiting friends and relatives.

Pete Haimowitz. of Winter Gar-
den, spent Friday in Orlando on
business.

The regular bi-monthly meeting
of the Bnai Brith. Lodge 1043. was
held in the vestry rooms of the
Synagogue on Tuesday evening. A
number of business matters were
discussed and various dance and
entertainment committees were ap-
pointed. The business meeting was
followed by a social hour and re-
fresmente were served.
<<
A chicken chow-mein benefit
supper and bridge, sponsored by the
Temple Sisterhood of the Congre-
gation Beth El, will be held at the
home of Mrs. Max Blattnor, 235
Park Avenue, at 6 p. m. This sup-
per is open to the public and a cor-
dial invitation is extended to all.

Joe Otenberg, who was called to
New York by the death of his
mother, is expected to return today.

The bridge sponsored by the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congrega-
tion of Oher Sholem. to be held
at the home of Mrs. B. J. Cohen,
has been postponed.
A nnouncing the opening of
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THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN
Friday November 3
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Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Mrs. Daniel Cracowaner. of 210
I-... Park Ave., announce.- the en-
ni of her daughter, Miss
MInnli Cracowaner, to Irvln Sals-
bury, l-'Ot! East Mohawk Ave.. Tam-
pa. Fla. The wedding date to be
anounced later.
Miss Cracowaner was born here
and was graduated from the Con-
Mr.- of Holy Name- before going
to Brenau College, Gainesville, <;.>
whei reived her bachelor of
aru
Mr.- Salsbury entertained at a
bridge party and reception Wed-
nesday evening, Oct. 31st, honoring
her son'.- fiancee. A b::ci
and dinner will be given at the El
p.1. Laurent Saturday night
at which Miss Birdie Katz and MiSS
Lil Adelson will be hostesses.

Rabbi Adolph Bui-> 1 '.- .-ermon
for Friday evenin rvices will be
'The Qreal Woman." Services are
held very Friday evening at 8 p.
m, and Saturday morning at 9 a
m. Aft : 1 ; 1 last
ight Hebrew every Saturday
mornli
*
Dr. Isirovitz repi the
German Situation at
Rodolph Sholom Temple Thurs-
da; Nov. 2nd. 8 p. m. Mr,
s. S 't d as -t neral chair-
ma!-, for thi evi ning.
-
Ladil A : Temple
Rodoph Sholom observed its Six-
Anniversary Sunday eve-
nlng, Oct. 29th, at 8 p. m. with a
program and mock wedding in the
school auditorium of the ten
The committee in charge of ar-
Incl idi Mrs I Lieb-
man, general chairman. Mrs S
Mark.-. Mr Ch Markowitz. Mrs.
H. Perlman, Mrs. 1 Abramovitz,
Mrs J Abramovitz, and Mrs H
Aronc
Mrs H Brash -ave the history
of the auxiliary and Mrs. H. Sand-
tiu. accompanied by Miss
M I piano,
M: M G Rosenb) 1 made an ad-
Stoun 1
violin selections with Miss Krehcr
a- accompanist, and Mis: Becky
Ji Ish numbers
which were very much enjoyed by
mpanled by Miss
Pearl Buchman at the piano.
Thi comedy note ol the evening
1 !;e mock wedding which was
leature of the entertainment. Those
taking part were Mr. P. Gotler. u
Rabbi. Mrs. I Abramovitz. bride.
Mrs. Lackowitz and Mr M. G.
'LAYING AT THE
-Til AVE. THEATRE
ERNEST TORRENCE
Rosenberg, her parents. Mr. Ben
Haimovitz. bridegroom. Mrs. H.
Perlman and Mr M. Arglntar, his
parents. Mrs. S. Simovitz. matron
of honor. Mrs M. H. Kisler. maid
of honor. Mrs Wm Bass, flower
girl. Abe Weiss, rum bearer. Brides-
Mesdames .1 Wittner, P
Gotler. A. M Wolfson, and L.
Chardkoff. groomsmen. Mr. M
Aronovitz. J. Abramovitz, J. Witt-
nei and Mr. H. Perlman. Organist,
Mrs i bill.
Rein hments of frozen ices and
red to the
by the Committee and a
good time was had by all present.
The Ladle.- Auxiliary of Rodoph
Sholom Temple held their n
monthly meeting Thursday aftei
noon. Nov. 2nd, in the auditorium
Ol the Temple.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld.- sermon
I E I vices is
"The Theory and Practice ol Re-
held at Congregation Bnal
[srai. '-' Bth I :.< 11h, on Novem-
Ird.
The Judaic Council held their in-
stallation of officers on Tuesda
ternoon. Oc vith luncheon al
i.t N:kko Inn. Rabbi A. S. Klein -
!eld was the guest, and gavi .1
stirring addri and Installed the
follow;:. Mr.-. R. 8a Zl I
I :.' Mrs A. EsriCk, Vice-
1 .'.:.'. Mrs S. Fyvolent. si
... Ci ^..i Rubin, treasun 1
Later in the afternoon, card- were
played.
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Watch For Our Opening Announcement
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid so-
ciety of Congregation Bnai Israel,
held their semi-monthly card party
., the Congregation, last Sunday
Eve. Oct. 29th, with. Mrs. Harry
Herman and Mrs M Benjamin as
at-
nexl
card part; an Mrs. M. Feldman and
Mr.-. Abrahams which Will lie h.id
.- the same place, on Sunday Eve.
B p. m.
Installation ol Office! Con-
ion Bnal Israel, will be held
at the Syna | II 921 9th St, north.
on Sunday Eve., Nov. 5. conducted
by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. with mu-
se and refreshments, The follow-
ing officers "HI be installed: Hy-
man M. Jacob.-, was r -elected
president. Jack Fuchs was re-elect-
ed via -pn Ident, Harry Hi
irer, and M. Benja-
min, n lected secretary. Tru
Rothblatt, chairman. A. Bli r-
kese, Ed Goldman, S I nl and
Frank Rabin. 1 and friends
ton Iti 1:

Mr, and Mrs. Harry Goldman
have Jusl returned to the citj aftl I
.. :t ngthy visit In Miami. Fla.
a
Mi and Mr- Morns Hermer.
[ormi rlj Belli Goldman, have just
returned to the city after a six
months tour throughout the State!
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman
10G8 15th Ave, No., entertained a-
dinner on Tuesday Eve., o
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godnian am!
Mr. and Ml.-. Morn- Hi
The Ladies Auxiliary and
Ciety had a very intere.-ti;
mi; on Tuesday Eve c ,
Plans for the Bazaar are pi
ing rapidly.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Sicrke.-,
14th Ave. No., entertained Rabbi :
S. Kleinfeld at dinner on 1
Eve.. Oct. 31st.
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