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The Jewish Floridian ( November 17, 1933 )

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^Jewish flcridiari \ |. 6. No. 45 J e w i s h News Around The World FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933 Welfare Ladies Lakeland Will Will Install Organize Synagog Price Five Cents I Rabbis Address Local Y.M.H.A. 'Announcements! { i The Ladles Auxiliary oi the JewRabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa. Tht Clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A. Another Dreyfus Suspected As "Spy" Wl Welfare Bureau Will hold the n ftii has bppn acUve l y engaged rewm llllo<1 U, Sl Wednesday nlghl Paris.The revelation that Louis gram iia.s been provided with Dr. Dreyfus, son of Captain Alfred Jacob H. Kaplan Dreyfus, was unjustly suspected of Inovation, Rabbis being a German spy during the World War because of the blunder ol the French censor became brief addressee known here through the publicaformal installation oi its recently cently in helping organize a new • %  i-^on,,eis on Monday. Novemconservative congregation in Lakeber 20th, beginning al 12:30 p. m. land Pla Formal organU!atlon wilI • be held Sunday, November 19th. when the Rabbi will be the principal delivering thl speaker at a meeting called lor the Max Shapiro, purpose of dedicating the work of David I. ROSenblOOm, Julius Washer and S. M. organization. The congregation has with a large number oi members, iheir wives, and visitors, when RabbiS' Night was celebrated by the organization. Following a brief business meeting which was open to the public, the president. Mr. Murry Grossman, introduced the chairman of the evening. Mrs. J Machtel delivering leased quarters for the present and j LouLs SJ,ocnct wh briefly told of on -Chanty.' Philip „.,„ p an t ,, e erection of a ( Llberman president of the Jewish g0 gue shortly. In connection with [ion Of war censorship mistakes by ; Welfare Bureau Will .-peak and Mrs the Synagogue a Talmud Torah givPaul Allard. one of the censors. Th.Oec Wine, representative of the j n g dally Hebrew instruction and younger Dreyfus, head of the firm Southern Regional District for Haa Sunday school have been organof Louis Dreyfus & Co.. had tried dassah will be the guest speaker of j ZP( |. Lakeland has about fifty Jewto Obtain for the French ministry 'he event. Mrs flyman N Levy j.sh families as permanent residents. oi finance 3,ooo.ooo Italian livres al will be toastmistress and installing a crucial period in the war but his Officer. Mrs Julius Simpson will telegram to his Italian branch was head the receiving line with Mesconfiscated by the censor and the dames Miles, Nevlns, Oliphant, dial was frustrated. The censor's Coret, Davis, Morris Dubler and J How About The Consumer? action grew out of the unfounded suspicion that a previous telegram sent by Louis Dreyfus in which he • ci to a shipment of horse >' Denmark indicated that he WHS io equip the German army ndlng supplies through DenLater Dreyfus was vindicated when he proved that on I he tt ol .i French government offi had made inquiries from Ins blanch about the shipmi'ir in Germany by way ol Denmark. The younger Dreyfus. like inlather was completely aband made a commander <>' Mir l i • inn o| Honor. Bngler assisting, A report ol the work ol (he past year will be presented by the president Mrs Meyei Schwartz Vocal .selections will be given by Mrs Morris Cowen who will be accompanied at the piano by Mi-Mildred Qreenberg, and by .Mi. Barney Kraft who will be accompanied al the pi.mo by Mrs. Lawrence Sapero. He ervatlons may lie in.ulr with any member of the committee. Arrangements tor this affair are in charge ol Mrs. Milton Weiner general chairman of the event, Berlin Olympics issue At \ \ ( (invention t imore.—The question of demanding the transfer ol the 1933 lie (lame.lrom Berlin beoi the anti-Semitic policy of the Nazi regime will be raised al ttional convention of th. teur Athletic Union, to be held in Pittsburgh. November 19 to 21, by Albert. F. Whelte. non-Jewish president of the South Atlanlir A mi of the A. A. U. Mi Whelte, in letters to all the A. A. IT. itioas throughout the country, declared that "if Germany persist* in her present tactics, it is ible. on the basis of an ideal Directors Named For Friendly Inn At the annual meeting of the Hebrew Friendly Inn held recently Hie following were elected to govern the organization for the coming year. Baron de Hlrsch Meyer, president; Jacob Becker, l.-t vice-president; E. Gordon. 2nd vice-president; Borish Schiachman. secretary; Mrs. Sadye G. Hose, assistant secretary: Sol Rot fort, treasurer. I. L. Mintzer. chairman, Leonard Abess. L. Abrams, Nathan Adelman. .Samuel Blank. W. Cohen. H. M. Drevich. Dr. Max Dobrin. Max nanship and a proper regard Feil. Dr. A. Friedman. M B. Frank, for our fellow-athletes who may b. Dave Goldstein. Sol Goldstrom. for the Olympic Games to be George Goldberg. Louis Heiman. held in Berlin in 1936 as schedulPhilip Liberman. Harry I. Lipton. id.'' A. Leibovit, Dr. B. G. Pollock, Max Rappaport. Dr. A. E. Rosenthal. J. Louis Shochet, Dr. Harry Z. Silverman. Milton Weiner, Dr. B. Weinkle, Ignatz Wohl, Mrs. Louis Brown. Mrs A. Cohen, Mrs. Morris Dubler. Mrs. J. Engler. Mrs. B. Fleeman. Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mrs. S. M. Machtei. Mrs. Alex Miller. Mrs. I Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Hud Stone Marking Tomb of Moses Jerusalem.—The Franciscan areheologlcal expedition, which has •"in excavating on Mount Nebo. %  eports the discovery of a stone *hich the early Christians regardL Mintzer. <* as marking the tomb of Moses. Mrs. M. Rippa. Mrs. D. RosenAccordtog to the Old Testament bloom. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Nebo after leading the children of | J Simpson, Mrs. Roee_Weiss. Mrs. 1 "'1 within sight of the Promised on the Land. The stone was uncovered on 'font of the pulpit of a church dating to the fifth century which had b "" pointed out to St. Sylvia of A Kii)tain, an early Christian pilgrim, as the site of Moses' tomb. Louis Weinkle to serve Board of Directors. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Julius Washer to serve as Honorary Officers. The matter of kosher meats and poultry locally has now reached thai stage where the public, the consumers, have a right to be consulted. Kashras should rightfully remain in the hands of the local Rabbis. Theirs is the duty, so long as they have begun to delve into trie question, of meeting the issue without fear or favor. We have confidence in their integrity, In their devotion to tin' sacred tailing of a Rabbi that their actions will be that of real leaders of Israel. NEVER TIIK LESS ... In this day of codes, fair prices and fair treatment, does not the public, too, have an interest which cannot, which dare not be denied. Are they to be ignored and prices raised so that even those who desire kosher meats cannot affonl it because of the unreasonable prices'.' We have no interest in the price war that is now raging in Miami between the kosher butchers other than that of a consumer. May we respectfully suggest: Let a Consumer's Committee be formed among users of kosher meats immediately. Let them demand that unless the butcher places a fair price on kosher meats he will not lie patronized. Let the consumer be heard in every matter involving the consuming public. LET TRl'TII AND LIGHT INTO THE KOSHER MEAT QUESTION so that even the porest Jew who sincerely desires kosher meats and poultry be enabled to purchase it, and not be forced to the purchase of non-kosher meats as unfortunately so many of them today are compelled to do. Let the time tried rule of "KOI. IIAMON K'KOL SHADAI," (the voice of the people Is as the voice of God,I be again exemplified, even in Miami. An important meeting of the House Committee will be held this morning at the home at 11 a. m. The Home is now in full operation and a number of transients are being taken care of. the purpose of the gathering. as being both a tribute to the spiritual leaders of local Jewry and the opportunity afforded to the members of meeting them. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan was then presented and delivered a very inspiring address of the work of a Y. M. H. A. and its relationship with the upbuilding of a Jewish spirit in the community. He was followed by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation who spoke of the opportunity afforded the members oi tlie Y. M. H. A. to be a force lor ijood in local Jewry of the present as well as the future and extended his Services to help advance the cause ol th. Y M. H. A in helping build Miami Jewry. Rabbi David I Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, spoke 1. ly ol the physical and .spiritual links that a Y M. II A might forge locally in the rank.of Judaism and pledged In.cooperation at all timeRabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation extended the thanks of his con turn lor the use ol the Y. M. H. A. facilities for his Sunday school and thin compared the true Biblical spirit of a healthy body and healthy mind as the true goal of the Y. M. H. A. Rabbi Samuel M. Machtei of the Radio Synagog spoke of the place m the community of the Y. M. H. A. and its necessity as the training ground for the Jewry of the future and in his speech stressed the need for a real Y. M. H. A. The meeting was concluded with brief closing remarks by the chairman who urged all the Rabbis to become part and parcel of the Y. M. H. A. and to help in its growth and development. Mr. Murry Grossman, the president, then expressed the thanks of the organization to the Rabbis and invited all to enjoy the refreshments that had been prepared. Dutch Supper Is Sponsored What promises to be a very enjoyable event is the card party and Dutch supper sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at the vestry rooms of the synagogue Sunday evening. November 19th. at 7 p. m. Prizes will be awarded for high scores. Delicious home made corned beef, potato salad, and similar delicacies will be served. The usual small charge will be made for admission which will include the supper. Acting as hostess are Mrs. Wm. Klein and Mrs. Harry Kotkin. The public is invited to attend. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox! 311 w inn %  .,,, Ave.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi. The usual early services begin at 5:30 with the late services at 8. p. m. when Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach on "The Importance of a Name." The chanting and congregational singing will be directed byCantor Boris Schiachman. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a m. and the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the weekly portion. Talmud Torah meets daily at 3 p. m. and Sunday school Sunday morning at 10 a. m. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION I .,n-, r itil r 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The usual early .services at 5:30 will be followed by the late services at 8:15 when Rabbi Shapiro will have a.the .subject of his sermon nt Day Political Sway ol ogism—Should the Ministrj Interfere?". The usual congregational singing and chanting will be had. Saturday morning the service begin at H a m with the Junioi HI directed by Cantoi Kaminsky in the .singing and chanting meeting at io:30 Tin Mitzva Boys Club meets Sunday at 8 a. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) IMS S. W. Third Strut JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Regular services begin at 5:30. Saturday morning services begin at 9 followed by a sermon on the portion of the week by the Rabbi. Mincha services begin at 5 p. m. followed by the "Shalosh Saudah" and Maariv. The Talmud Torah meets daily at 3 p. m. and Sundayschool meets at the Y. M. H. A. every Sunday at 10 a. m. Late Friday night services will begin within the next few weeks when the complete program for the season will be announced. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Services will be held Friday evening at 8:15. This is Sisterhood Sabbath and the entire services will be conducted by the ladies of the Sisterhood. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. President of the Temple Israel Sisterhood, will deliver the sermon and services will be read by the following ladies: Mesdames Hyman Levy, B. L. Rie.sner, Tobias Simon, Jos. Williamson. Morris Plant. The public Is cordially invited. Religious School eacli Sunday ten to twelve. There are two classes for beginners in Hebrew at 9:30 each Sunday.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 17. 1933 I I SOCIETY >• %  PLAYING AT THE 7TII AVE. THEATRE The Board of Directors of the Y. M H A will sponsor a class in Hebrew and Hebrew History for its members and will seek the cooperation of local Rabbis Definite details will appear in an early Issue. • • • Rabbi s. M Machtei of the Radio Synagog officiated at the brls of the infant son oi Mr. and Mrs Hairy Morvil last Wednesday noon Rabbi Julius Washer was "Sandek" and Mr Harry Orlin was "Quatter." • • • Dr. and Mrs. A Lustgarten ol Mt Vernon, N Y arrived hi week on a visit to his friends and patients Dr. Lust .: with hi.host of friends may reman: for the winter ..-on. An important meetin the Auxiliarj ol the Miami Jewirthodox 0 mgregai Ii n ruesda] venln Novel 21st at 8 p. n. thi Syna important business I iscussed All memtx • nd. : y splendid timi was en thi Ian attending die membership tea oiid by the Junior Conunlttei Beth David Sisterhood last Tuesday at the home ol Mrs A E Rosenthal. On tlie pro.. .. Mrs. Sam Ri ... selections ai %  d by vet Thorn;:. %  : at thi readings by Oraci B piani tions by Margaret Thomson \i:.L.wiBrown pn Idi ni Beth David Sisterhori -poke The Mrs v c Myei tea were Mr Ben Tlllinger and Mrs C Myera '• 1 mber I9tli. thi Girl Division of the Y M H their Mothers 11 ai Inl in thi clubof the 1 Ion and all Invited to attend. P :..for a dam • vi hi h thi V M H A 1. plannlni William Powell thi Wai nei Bros pii tun : Kenm M irdi 1 1 la e which Paramount nexi evei has bei ipon N •• : 1 hi Kc nnel Murder : ol thi ;.. mysi Dim -A hich %  : persoi an I 11 havt both a 1 opportunitj to have committed It but ii eventua \ .' %  ed by Vani 1 %  uppoi t Of 1 such M Eu%  : %  Palli ••• Ralph Morgan Hi Ii n Vii la La Rue. P CavaRobert Barrat Arthur H md Henry' O Neill. On • Wally Vi: non will thei 01 his excellent with all new talent in %  %  Itled "Hodge P Philip Romer. popular Miami I mi ai p .: veyoi I hen week after a short busim -> ".A York. The Palatial Koshi 1 Ri -\ under the managi mi nl ol Mr Mi rton Fagan will begin the current 1 on Friday. Novi 17th. when the policy of providing the finest of home cooked meals In accordance with strict adherence to rus will be continued a.in the past The beautiful dining room has been thoroughly renovated and because of the economic conditions ol the day popular prices have been set for the delightful meals for which the Palatial is well known. Full course dinners or special lunches may be enjoyed during any hour of the day. • • • Mrs. M. Kotkin returned to the j city after spending several months in the north visiting relatives and friends. Beach Market To Re-Open times In short, the customer will be provided with the facility 0 f purchasing everything for the table 1 at the most reasonable cost amidst the fines! Ol sanitary surround in reopening for the current winter season, the Sunshine Kosher Market has been completely renovated and the finest ot fixtureinstalled. Because of the fact that it Is under new management, a complete new and fresh stock of the finest fancy groceries, canned goods. dried fruits, kosher delicatessen and dairy loods has been provided for the public. Appetizers from all pails of the world, strictly fresh smoked fish from the North and all kinds of delicacies will be carried. David Chertkoff who op the grocery and delicatessen department has had long years ol experience In this line having come here from Baltimore. Md.. severs years ago and continuing his 1 hshed policy 01 providing the fines) for the customers at the most reaonable prices and giving service al ill times. In charge ol the koshei meats and poultry department Is the well known butcher Philip Romei who carries the distinction ol bi te oldest continual local butchei With him will be associated the well known meat purveyor Jacol r who Is well and favorably known in Florida A ol the finest Northern killed beel veal and lamb will be provid low prices to the consumer with thi assurai • trict kashrus al all times. The vegetable and fruit department will carry a lini Ij tn -h vegetables and the choicfruits for the table al all Plans for a dance to be given on New Year's eve were discussed at a meeting of Senior Hadassah Monday in the Acacia clubrooms with ] Mrs. Max Dobrin presiding. M, S Barney Weinkle. membership man, announced the following new members: Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Mrs Hyman Levy. Mrs. Bernard Feldman. Mrs. Mae enisling. Mrs Henry Shier and Mrs. J. M. H Mrs. Samuel Katz. sewing chair: man. announced 29 dresses and 30 panties have been completed for underprivileged children in Pali tine The next sewing session will lake place November 27 at the home of Mrs. Julias Simpson, 2006 S. W. Twelfth street. First in a series of Sabbath teas will be given at Mrs. S. Simonhoff"s home. Mrs. Oeorge Wiener, southern regional representative of Hadassah, "ill Visit here November 20 Mrs. Harry Welnberg, pn chairman, had charge of the Thanksgiving program, which opened with a proclamation read by Mrs Oertrude Rosenthal. Ethel Llpton and Lillian Simonhoff. Mm Sadie Resnick sane "I Shall Know" and Top O the Morning." by Mana-Zucca and was acompanied b> Margaret Thompson, who later played "Valse impromptu" iRalfd Vllull. :nr < hilHrrn lllr + i I I I'hiiin2-6351 Roi Offir* I opi II(i 30 p.m. Randal | Evenings 20r Sunday-Monday, Nov. 19-20— I I WIT GAYNOR HENRY CARAT "Adorable" 1 — NIGELEY Funeral 1 Lome i::WaahiniUn \>... Mlaail Baaea PHONE 5-3355 kc .•cpiiic. White Oak Leather %  Half Soles 50c %  B LADIES HEELS I:.I I I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 240 N. E. Nirst Ait Opp Cotlt/ liuirl !" %  REMEMBER White Oak — Leather Will Wear Longer I Givi ii a Test and Time Will %  Tell OLD IHEfDELBERfi BEER CARDEN I Lunche on 151 St ZSt2)0 50^ 40* 50' AREWE faith with those who trust us, are \vc living up to our obligations if wc risk their future happiness by ignoring the problem', that would arise for them if, some day, we .lul not come home? I ifc insurance oilers the saf< and certain answer. There is no subsi itutc. A Southern I Icalth &: I ifc Insurance Policy on each one is neccssan to protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is tin total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE \ 11 i:\i.ni INSURANCE COMPANY I. s. ( OOK, Manager K..-,lty Board Bids. Phone 2-3419 For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT CAP I. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily \1 1 Sea Food, we have it at its very beat, and at attractively low prices. Our method of handling and -riling Sea Food Is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.



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Friday. November n. 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIOIAN Page Three THE JKW1SH FLORIDIA1N IMRM8HBI) EVERY FRIDAY h< til.,, ,1 i ii pi.ORIDIAN fill .ISHlNc CO. P. O. Boa ."'" Miami. Florida Phone 2-lis:: EDITORIAL oil ICE8: .1 s W. ISlh A*nu I'hiiiit 2-IIK.I rwlce he visited thli country in the as a .statesman he fought conslsnterest* ol his people. He lived for tenUy against anti-Jewish preju" ,1 '""i' 1 '; "" 1 died for his people dice. Shortly after the War he nevei l 1 "'' 1 >"' closlni used a .storm ol protest when h< k •" ;l "' '"' Coi res H gave his support to the adml ded over a session winch ol Professor Einstein a a lecturer I LOUIS BHOCIIET. Editor llflU lv BHOCHK1 lii.iilnlion MunniriT I ill BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Rt presentatlve %  .. i..! la.. matter July 4. i i II 'i %  at M iami, Florida, %  Muri :, :. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA MRS. M. II. KISLK.K Repret enlative -I MM KU'I ION Monlh*, •: ,'iir %  *-' l"l Vol. 6 — No. 4". FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IT. I 133 Dr. Leo Mot; kin, of Blessed Memory The man who made history as nt ol the la.st Zionist ConIn Prague Is no longer with us ii;. death has hern a painful blew to all oi us who worked with him and who knew him. Thi ol Dr Leo Motzkin will he mourned by the whole House oi Israel, tor he was a true leader in Israel This trail, little man. broken In health by the years ol wandering lei the National Cause, and crushed m .spun by the tragic fate : In < lermany, towered over ; Zionist Congress with remarkable strength and ma i i n i it seemed as it the ofl the presidency endowed him with youthful strength and with a new. for his friends knew thai hi ed heart was not equal to real ta.sk. But he worked on Incessantly to the end. Mot/km was above party strife and bitterness. He was the one man whom all groups respected. He wa.s a symbol ol the oneness ot the many shades In Zionism. They all 1 d down to his grace and to hLs hip. And he wa.s more than ted. He won for himsell the affection of all tho.se who came In touch with him. HLs tact, his diplomacy, bis gentleness and his modound a way into the hearts of the mast hardened partisans. It wai especially during the la.st Congress that his talents were revealed Man] a crisis was averted because ol his foresight. Many an Impassioned session was eased by his till sen.se of humor. He was an institution in Zionism, not merely an individual. He was not only the "Echad M'Bnai Hachavura." he was the "All Shebachavtua." Since his earliest student days he % %  concerned with the fate of his people. As early as 1889 he organized a Jewish National Student Group In Berlin and laid the foundation for Zionism in Western Europe. He worked with Dr. Herri al the first Zionist Congress and •as present at every succeeding Congress. Since 1925 he was presi01 the Zioninst World Actions Committee. He represented the Jew"* people and fought for their "' %  'ht.s at Geneva. He called Rellel Conferences alter the World War and threw himself into the work of the World Jewish Congress for fifteen hours A ol thi ion aftet Hatikvah he turned to s threw his arms around lit neck and with teai in his Sholoni Hi I, .1.1 that %  I Constructive Conference TinWorld Jewish O i London which m.i t, adopt a co ordinnte and comprehei "t for 'in Germat adjourned. Although most ol liberation; were not public the little thai has become known ol Its SI deral and systems i iced a ft decided tl tine offers the i ipe for the (Set man -ii v.i d mi annual budI i ti n million hich to finam ed proMrpntlre atmosphere ol the conic; in Paris at a time when thi i ientisl wa still con idi red a Gernai enem Painleve wa also a valued friend ol Zionism He was premier win n Iranee gave il motion to the Jewish National Home, in servici to the Jewish pi ople are an Impi rli habli chap', i In Jewish history and the name ol Painleve will forever be asso m Jewit h annals with i he namei ol Balfour, Clemenceau, Ma Smuts and other gn al statesmen ought by their actions to tmdo • Injustici i d upon the Jev %  h people. West Palm Beach Notes The informal di dii al lot i %  true ted Synagogui Cong. Beth El "I VY isl Palm Beach took place la I Sunday evenln With members ol the congregation Od and other Jl v ol the Palm Beaches gathered In fronl of the new building. The Syna,md II productivi ol KORUI doors were opened by more Jewish unit] than has bei lenl Mr Jacob Sneider. Rabmanifesi al any other sin ibl S M. Machtei ol the Radio ering In a long time M wa probabl) mine representative than any other world J( Sub-committee working out the technical d og, al the threshold, recited dedicatory prayers, and then followed the two bearers of the Sifrel Toiaii Into the synagi Before the open Ark, the rabbi reto cam out the pi ited additional prayers, the scrolladopted it the achievements ol thi were placed In the Ark. following sub-commit tecare as construewhich he led the congregation lr tive and a.~ valuable as those ol thi he Maarh service, conference Itsell the necessity for Mr. Irving Moss, chairman ol the anotht parley ol .lews next building committee, presided. ih year a ha proposed, will b turned the key to the new synaobviated. cogue over to president Sneider. and. in well chosen words reported li'iwi li'ritll \t ''"' W(M "' ""' building commitNinety tee completed Mr Sneider replied briefly, thanking the entire comfor office who never allows himsell Terms In \ Political Campaign Sinecure A place ,,: worship, Para Iti s People who havi under the opposition party. Villfier Any political opponent Puppeb Small di .scintilla A sort oi Spanish sealt. Arch roc A foe Ol Bl Beclouding thi Making a d peech f> magogue The ol her fellow. i iangerou i li magogue Thi fellow when he i making lii a Ai n .: i adership Usually a nee to an old man asleep in a chair Shadow ol Sui pii Ion Threi more police and a picture In the Ro lery. Fingi r oi Si orn A thumb with a had hangnail. Op] raxes Any taxi My Friends Anybodj whi till listei ;: Con 11 uc! Ive Pn Something • ten the day alter leelii n i iictates oi Di cem without which no campaign speech i complete. Without Fear ol Contiadii A state oi being afraid of belna contradicted Autocratic ActsAny act taken without political consideration Opportunity for Public Service Any place on the city pay roll, from snow-shoveling up. Peerless Leader Very oiten a weary, middle-aged man who has trouble keeping his eyes open during a fight, Champion of the People's Rmhts A candidate who is willing to review parades without complaining Debauchery and Fraud The record of the other fellow. Valiant Crusader Any candidate nut tee. Mr Irving Moss, Mr. s B'nal B-rith, the oldest Jewish aoWbergi Mr B( .„ Byder ;L1Kl fraternal order In the world, cele,„,„.,.„ who as8lated Hp folknvi ( | brated Its ninetieth birthday on thJa w|l|| ,, n IKin „, Ilu ( vi nls November 12th This event should |eading U|) ,„ lhl ,.,,. ( ., joI1 ()f tne have been the occasion not merely new svn agogue for congratulation and praise bui for genuine homage to an organization which has consistently, effectively and without ballyhoo rendered tremendous service not only to the Jews ol this country but to world Jewry. For nearly a century B'nai B'rith has stood for everythe Mr the The privilege of kindling of Ner Tammld was granted to Shultzer, the oldest Jew of community, in Yiddish, the seventy-odd year old patriarch, spoke of the sacredness ol the occasion and he pronounced a blessing on all those who participated in the work thing that was best in Jewish life. Mr Mm .,. is Xessler and Mr. Joseph It has fostered Jewish culture, enu .^ v former presidents of the couraged Jewish youth movements. L on g re gation .spoke .as did Mrs .Ben fought against the defamaiton ol Rydei pre8 ident of the Slsterthe Jew and struggled to protect nood During the evening Mr. Sam Jewish lights wherever they were 8 hutaer recited in Yiddish and led in danger. In the present crisis in Ih( con gregational singing. The Germany 11 has endeavored to unlprogram W as concluded with an fy all forces in Jewish life. B'nai address bv R a bbi S. M. Machtei B'rith has given American Jewry some ol it-s most notable leaders For generations B'nai B'rith stood to be photographed yawning. Liar Any opposition speaker Unmitigated Liar %  Second Offense. My Estimable Opponent — The highest form of sarcasm and Insincerity. Unswerving Devotion Something you hear of before the returns come in. Scoundrel—Synonym for worthy opponent. Sabotage A dish composed of corn and beans. Foul Vilification Saying about an opponent what he said about you. Path of Public Duty—A road on which there is little companv Predatory Rich—Favorite oratorical term for a man with his rent paid. Exploited Masses FavoriteoraHere conies a guy who'll hesitate About his gallonage While seven other people wait In cumulative rage. who urged the members to care for torical term for any audience the needs ol the Jewish youth as an assurance that their effort.' a.s the only representative Jewish snall not nave bPPtl ln valn body In America. Its historic Refreshments were served by the achievements constitute a major g jsU rnood and the dedicatory serchapter In Jewish history. vll .,, was c i ased with the singing of shall he buy five? That's ninetyAdon Olom. Hatikvah. and America. two. The formal dedication, or ChanuOr six? A dollar ten: kBth Habbayis. will be held within His intellectual ado The death of Paul Painleve, sixty days, at which time the cusBlockades the world of men three times premier of France, is tomary sale of honors will be held Until he does his thinking plus 8 heavy blow to the Jewish people and a drive for funds will be made Throughout his long and honorable career Painleve was a noted friend The trouble with a great many I Blow To Jewry Such ponderers. I ween. Should look up work more ponderous Than buying gasoline. A Soul hern professor flipped a and supporter ot justice for the men is they arc never satisfied with Jew He began his political life al wasting their own time ., nine when Fiance wa, sent i der bv the Dreyfus Case in When a woman tries to capture coin 40,000 times to prove the odds I Painleve ranged himself on a wealthy husband she evidently on heads and tails are even. Wr ,),, s i,|e ol I iti lit and truth He believes that his means will justify must keep him in mind up in the liberal tradition and her ends. The girl chum says one i d air Is i %  no moi' 'lake me tar, i. my prayer, whenno speakers abound And the fi %  I al ire I hi re Aren't wired for sound. The world It assured by all who know him Intlmati Ij that Hltlei not drink The dizzil natural When a woman goes through hei %  e ii.i'.'. lookln' for moth holes, not mom • You can usually tell the number ol friends a pi < on has. Katie, 'by tl i library." We ei In i i1 dail) vital continue to bi born hi real Mary had a little lamb n by a friend to keep It followed hei around until It died from loss ol .sleep Nothing biinus out new author* like a depr Ii i ays a magarii editor. I know some who are com ing out under the aims, at the knees, at the sea', and .several othei placeHere it Is, a small creature, but one that did its part. Look upon it ntly. It chewed holes in a man Clothes which are temporarily hung In a < The man bought a new suit The clothing store ordered more suits from the factory. factory obtained more cloth from the textile mills. The textile mills bought more wool and cotton from the farmers The farmers set to work to new crops ol cotton and wool. All along the line new work was called for and money spent and business improved. Here it is. then, a small creature but willing and helpful. A moth. Look upon it with admiration and reverence, for it Is the original model of workers for recovery. Look upon it reverently—and then swat it The little devil may devour your own suit next. Funny how chesty the average man feels right after he*s driven a nail without crackin' his thumb Where ignorance isn't bliss it is folly to serve hash. Lots of men became philosophers by watching the miseries of others. if a man is considerate, he will tolerate the right of another to hold wrong views. II there were no other fools in the world we would be more dissatisfled With ourselves than ever But lew men are brave enough to allow a mind reader to expose their thoughts in the presence of friends for the next brain trust vacancy. Love is seldom confessed until the evidence reaches the stage where making a confession is merely a matter for form.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. November 17, 1933 i I %  : % %  : % %  > %  > %  :• %  :••:• %  :•**•:• %  .• %  : % % %  .• %  .••:•**•:• •:• &f *•:••:•**•:••:•** &f •:•*•:••:••:•*•:• &f •:• &f&f •:• &f&f **** Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTLI % •!• .,T Mid Director, Radio Bjmagog of America & £ SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, I-'LORIDA "Have We Learned The Lesson?" Scripture Reading;, Mlcah Chapter IV.. venea i-.">. inclusive. Yesterday, Novembei 11th, was tinfifteenth anniversary ol the signing of the Armistice, by the nations engaged In the World War 1 ars 1a long time in the life oi an individual and. even, In the I...1 mere breath In the life of the world. Much has transpired since the last shol was fired on the battlefronts ol Prance. Nations have made overtures <>i peace to one another. The victims of that war still are hen with us as evidence ol num.stupidity and of our inability to live peaceablj with one another. The prophetii that we beal our swords into ploughshares Is no nearer realization than u was m 1914 or in 1918. Nations are .-till expending more on armaments ction than they spend "ii education. Wi have sunk below the level ol th Asiatics whom we abhor and whom we consider lar beneath us. A tn vi ei n ates that in Shanghai, one day. he saw two coolies en: m a heated argument, in the midst ol an attentive crowd The %  .int.waved their arm.-, -hook their fists, and .-tamped then feel all the time apparently hurling al each other the bitterest epithets that could devise But not a blow was struck, when the tr ed what the trouble was, he was told by one ol the i-ere "fighting when hi expressed sur1 ighi devoid ol physical violence, a Chinese explained the to him: "The mar. who strikes thi first blow 1.beaten because by he confesses thai he I in oul leas." Now there Is a bit oi tn to ponder over! in industry' Ul Insisi upon arbitration Wi maintain that no probation by rid unprejudiced discussion. Vet nations rush into 0 bed human blood. • %  property, not in defense o: :l prii Ipli %  • ilm, but to gratify the bloodthirst ol IDS and thi di In I i wealtl rhers There ni : an mju "have I 11 itten who -.-. but. whop was lie .-poke • Whal : ave we profitted from the world War? What ha an> [Tie natii 1 world are woi than pi. • the war Fight 1 Derri WI hun %  foist certain principli ;lng up arms is nly aftei other measures ha : lively. Y beone ol I nts find %  In i;.despair, he set op| ponent. Immi he draw.upon a rea 1 reenforo ments But. %  ::. :.,:: %  to In • he :. ol t the flnl .1. flu and then folli up with pi: 1 leal viol thi .:..' :. %  Will you. then, contend thai insults ind physical i idei Wi wen nnli e World %  %  ti '•'• 1 thi victors. And. I tell you that it was a Pyrrhic victory:%  ich war : ti the human race ceases to be. But. ha' atlons oi tin earth arbl• ii %  :::•: :. % %  Ari they utllizlni monii %  spent for armament.'to bettei Need 1 answer that question? Has thi pped H.IM the nation.disbanded their armed forces? The answer Is greed Greed and fear. Greed lor the wealth of sooner will you have disarmed, than the others will be upon you like a pack of wolves. No. we have learned n! Isaiah and Mlcah may shout tl hoarsi about beating into plowshares, and -pea:.into prunlnghooks, they were just a | ll ol old Hebrews crazed wit!. : Their id'.1 1 %  : nevei practical nor practicable The teachings of the Prince ol Peace' 1 He was no sanei than his con -Just an idealist. Ask any broker, international banker, any millionaire with foreign investments and any steel or munition.manufacturer, each one will tell you that he belongs to a church and contributes heavily because it's a fine thine to have such sentiments taught to the masses, but. does he go on record as being in favor of their universal adoption and practice? Man, are you crazy? or do you think that he is crazy? Of course, he can't approve ol so radica an idea. Now. ask the men who are still in government hospitals, maimed and broken.—shards of humanity. Ask the men who returned from overseas to find themselves out of employment Ask the women whose sons never came back Ask the wives whose husbands never came back from the heroic sacrifice over there." Are they in lavor of war? Do they agree with Isaiah and with Micah? Are they satisfied to harden themselves again and to send their sons as cannon-fodder? Ls any man or woman convinced that any war Is just? Has any croup of people the moral right to bring about a condition which spells disaster and death to human beI a.-k if they have a "moral" right, because, unfortunately, men. foolishly, give them the legal right, through their own legislation. I have spent years In government hospitals. I have seen the results of our victory as well as any man can see them. And, I fall to see evidence of a nobler enlightenment among the leaders of the world powers, —our own president excepted. If. as some maintain, even the destruction that befalls the human race, carries with it some good through instrucNoted Non-Jews Join Boycott Campaign Committee New York.—Citmw department of commerce figures which show that German exports to the United siatcdropped 17 per cent in August. Samuel Untermyer, president oi the American League for Defense 01 .Jewish Rights, which is prosecuting the anti-German boycott in tin.country, declared that the boycott oi German goods 1Increasing. He also made public the names ol 'S.i prominent Jewand non-Jews who have Joined tin Gi 1 man Boycott Campaign Committee ol the League. Non-Jews listed are • Gordon Battle. Roger W. Allen. Fiorello H. LaGuardia, Jas. W. Gerard. Judge Arthur Tompkins. John E. Connelly. Corporation Counsel Arthur W. Hilly. Rev. Edward L. Hunt. Bishop McCon neii. Charles lNoyes. General John F. O'Hvaii and .lameII Pa Jewish Pageant i Net I200,0e to Palestine Fund New York.—The twenty-one pel formances ol the Jewish pagean "The Romance oi a People." will net the American Palestine Campaign at least S200.000. aecoidm 10 a statement bj Mi yer W. Webgal, executive director ol the pageant Mr. Welsgal stated 400.000 :..-. will have seen the D8 In New York. tion tor the tuiiue. 1 have a.yel seen no evidences ol mans profit from the World War. Unless it be to have devised new and more powerful destructive weapon.and more deadly gases And. that, to me. is not to be ,i on the profit side oi the human ledger. I believe that Charles Mackay must have felt somewhat as I do when he wrote "II I Were A Voice." from which poem I shall quote two stanzas "ii 1 were a Voice -a controlling Voice— I'd travel with the wind; And. whenevei I saw the nations torn By warfare, Jealousy or scorn. Or hatred ol their kind. I'd fly, I'd fly. on tinthunder crash. And into their blind bosoms Hash; And. all then evil thoughts subdued. I'd teach them a Christian Brotherhood. 11 I were a Voice a pervading Voice— I'd seek tl'.e kings ol < arth: Id lmd them alone on their beds at night. %  whisper word.that should guide them right, Lessons ol priceless worth. I'd fly more swift Mian the swiftest bird. And tell them things they never heard— Truths which the ages lor aye repeal Unknown to the state-men at their feel T 0 R G SIN i n S0V1ET RUSS,A orders enable your relatives in Soviet Russia to purchase all sorts of domestic or Imported articles at lm\ prirt's. ] <>r local iank. con | ur Mi ir a ithorfze tin all a mated Bank S. T, \m-Di-riiira Transport orp. American Rxprttl t o. f.'U nia\ miTici I. inc. Hiss. Icor. Blro-Bldjan, rp. ManufacturerTru*l Co. PubHc Sail Hank A I'm-t Co. R. C. \. 1 ummunirnlionv lm. I'nion Tour*. Inc. u orld TooriatSt IitCi Hudaon Co. Nat'l tin 11k. Bayonne. N.J. Tl| I', nn-v It.ima to.. I'lnl... I'nion Satins* Hank. I'm-hurh Vioilvamaird TruM A; Saving* Hank. Chicago. There are Torgsln stores in over 1,000 localities. Torgsin orders may be sent to anyone, in any quantity. To cities thai have i TORGSIN stores, Torgsin mail* your order by parrel posl PRICES REDUCED ABOUT 50 CENEPALOEPPESENTATIVE ,„ U.S.A. 261 Fifth Ave.uQFto.iNev YorlcN.V Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE I.. DIXON COMPANY "The House That Servia Built' 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-6751 Delaney & Beers Kodak I ini-hiin; and Enlarging Commercial Work and Hame Portrait* 212 N. E. 4th St. Phone J-55H.\ Soy Bean Bread anil other \egetahlc bread* (.(Mil) HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. j 216.1 W. FUgli'r SI. I'hunr 2-8511 • MM Washington Avenue, M. B. The "Good Health" Kind \ + + King Funeral I lome In Si 111 // iiiiitwit \ Bettei Opci-Htt'd hy FRANK G. MoGHAN'S WIDOW 29 N. W. Ird AT*. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 + L. (Pop) GERSON Buyer of all kinds of scrap 'metal. We sell auto parts,! I machinery etc. i 2141 N. W. SECOND AVENUE I + + Keys Made While You Wait R. L. Bob i GARRi Safe, Gun ajid Lock Expert ALL WORK GIARANTEED i 211 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-0718 + SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Go. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. 1100 W. Flaiflrr Si. TS1 N. W. Ilih SI. PHONE I-I812 SIM) YOl'R LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry It ill II. TURNER, Prop. 1223 S. W. filh SI. I'hc.n. 2-.',:,4 [WE (ALL Kill IND DELIVER + FOR THE FINEST IN 1 CHOICE LIVE POULTRY HENS. FRYERS. PULLETS, DICKS FRESH FISH Ami The Best FLORIDA EGGS Visit Florida Poultry and Egg Co. WHOLESALE and RETAIL 1225-21 w. FLagler street i Our "Egg-O-Scope" I Is at your disposal to prove the i I + — quality ol our eggs. %  + JOHN W. BURKEl [Funeral Advisor & Director| Serving Miami and Miamians ISU West ElaRler St. Phone 2-1314 lecfricify IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. Use It! m& J'V VOWERZ .COMPAQ.



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Friday. November 17, 1933 : SOCIETY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five i • Ukable Laughable Don Lanning. on e of the most popular comedians ever to visit and play Miami, and who today has probably played more nances in this city than any other one entertainer, is bringing l„s popular company back to the paramount Theatre lor four days starting Monday. Nov. 20th. in an ,U new stage presentation. Among the well known stage : !" mMW MI 1 W TO H % % % % %  -• % % %  -• : %  -: tost, and in proportion to the prices charged for non-Usher meats locally, will be the rule in this business. Mr. Waldorl. proprietor of the market said I feel that strictly kosher meats can be sold locally at fair prices to enable the consumer who desires kosher meats to buy as much as he needs for his home consumption While kosher meat.are necessarily higher in price than non-kosher meals ngures who will be seen with him ,,„,,,. ,. s „„ pX( US( ()1 n as(m (of ^ m time are Wells and Winthrop. p ,, ( ( s tha| |;|V( ^ ^ un A rt Stanley. Madie Davis. The .Sherwood Sisters. The Norma Wasw girls and music is provided by pick Whetstone iders, and his Silver til tins time, With the support of the Jewish public i hope to establish the principle thai Jews wan! kosher meats but will not .stand for being gouged I will charge onlj lair priceat all times Opening for the season yesterday, Waldorf's Cut Rate Kosher Market did a very splendid business. Man. old customers returned as did a lame number of new accounts A policy of fair prices at all times, commensurate with the actual Radio Synagog Rabbi 8 M. Machtel. Founder and director ol the Radio Synagog, will preach over WIOD at ten o'" %  I VI %  >l Playing Fair In announcing the opening of our new store in last week's issue of the Jewish Floridian. we lister! kosher meats at PRICES that were FAIR TO THE PUBLIC, considerably LOWER THAN that of OUR COMPETITORS, but at the same time YIELDING us A FAIR PROFIT. We have been approached by our competitors and told that unless we raise our prices they will begin a price war to force us out of business or compel us to raise prices. That the "shoched" who has been, for a number of years, slaughtering jointly for us and a competitor, would be directed not to slaughter for us UNLESS we raised our prices. WE DO NOT PROPOSE TO BE FORCED INTO RAISING PRICES Just so long as we can make a fair profit by selling at low prices, give kosher meats and ooultry to the Dublic so that they may enjoy them at prices that are commensurate with cost. and proportionate to non-kosher meat prices that are prevalent locally. We Shall Continue to Serve the Public and Not to Gouge Them On the Platform of KASHRUS—SERVICEFAIR PRICE. We Ask The Support of The Jewish consumer. If you want fair prices to continue I Buy From \ Waldorf's Cut Rate II KOSHER MARKET 237 N. W. Fifth St. Phone 3-2297 clock on Sunday morning on "Has PLAYING AT THE The Torah A Solution To Our TIVOII Til TAT Present Plight?" In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns. scripture leading, and a question box. Tampa, Fla. Notes Rabbi Adolph Burger was the principal speaker of the afternoon at the meeting of the Tampa section National Council of Jewish Women last Wednesday afternoon. November 8th. • • The Dictators club observed its first anniversary at an open house al the Y. M. H. A. Tuesday evening. NOV. 21st, at 8:30 o'clock The Midnight Aces will provide music for dancing. The reception will be held after .in anniversary dinner at the Hlllsboro hotel. Quests tor the dinner will include Mr. B. J. Finman, Pies. ol the Y. M H A. and Mrs Pinman, Mr. Short, athletic dlrectoi and Mrs. Short, members and their dales. .Jack Morris. Milton BOlCI and Sam Abramovit/. compose the committee on arrangements. Dr. B. Alsurowich, representative ol the on. international Jewish organization spoke in the interest ol the world movement tor constructive relief ol the Jewries ol Eastern and Central Europe and Germain at Rodoph Sholom Temple. Sunday evening. Nov. 12th, Mr. S. Sanders acted as chairman for the evening l)r Alsurowich has come to America for the first time, He i.s interrupting a period ol productive work for the On in Poland to help the American Peoples Ort Federation ill its efforts to assist the Central Ort Verband in Its work In the Eastern countries Mrs. R. Lane entertained re nt lj a small group ol close friends at a bridge parly al her home. 192 Lee St.. tor Miss Minnie Cracowami whose engagement to Mr. Irvln Sal-bury was announced recently. A patriotic color motif was selected in anticipation of Armistice day and the refreshments served alter the games carried out the same color motif. Miss Dorothy Snyder received the high score prize and Miss Minnie Cracowam 1 honor guest, was presented a gift. Mrs. Lane was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. w. F. Hilblsh. IWOLI 1 .-dfl'*A/| Bhowa 1:48 and 11:00 p. M. Sunday 20c till 6:30 P. M. Sunday-Monday. Nov. 19-20— IRENE DUNN JOEL MeCBEA "The Silver Cord" FRANCES DEE JOE McCKKA Congregation Bnai Israel is plannine a "Get Together" meeting on Wednesday evening. Nov. 22nd. Retreshments will be served, also entertainment. Membercan bring a guest. For the Rest in Fish FRESH DAILY R1V AT EAST COAST FISH MARKET Incorporated 360 W. FLAGLER ST. iAt the Bridge) "If It Swims We Have It" !" E MACCABEES St. Petersburg Notes Services at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th St. No. commences at 8 oclock on Friday evening. Sermon. "The Jewish Code Towards Labor." Text taken from Psalm CXXVIII. with Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld in charge. • • • The young Maccabees held an educational meeting Monday. Nov. 13th. under the supervision of Rabbi Kleinfeld. An essay on the life of Rabbi Hillel was presented by Budy Sweet; this was followed by an open debate that proved instructive and interesting. • • • Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa. Fla., was the honored guest at the installation of officers of Congregation Bnai Israel. He made a very inspiring plea for Jewish education. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon of Tampa, were also guests of the evening. our Automatic •"• and Automatic Hi certificates provide low cosl term protection for five or ten years and automatic conversion to a permanent plan certificate at the end of the term period without medical examination or certificate of good health, [f you have not a sufficient amount of Insurance to pay all of your debts in case of your death, and leave your family comfortably provided for, and are earning only a moderate salary or amount of Income, tins policy will appeal to you. it has all the advantages of any other policy in the forms of settlement option. SPECIFIC BENEFIT one-fifth of the face amount of the certificate for loss of one hand, one foot or sight of one eye, by accident. This docs not reduce the face amount of the certificate. REFUND OPTIONS Payment of refunds 'dividends! after two years membership: In cash. 'This option is automatic if no other option is selected.) By leaving the refunds with the Society to accumulate at the rate of interest earned by The Maccabees. Rate the first year, age 35. $12.10. A M. COFFIN, State Manager The Maccabees, 226 Seybold Bldg., .Miami. Florida. Dear Sir: I would like to know more about your special policies. Name Age Address >< ^



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. November 17, 1933 Orlando, Fla. Notes Mrs. Adolph Samuels, of Atlanta. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sam.. Mi rrls Solln speni Miami. Sunday in Mr and Mrs. Nathan Abrams and '.ters. Selma and Miriam, of ire spending the winOrlando. %  • • Mr H. Berger ha.* returned to Orlando, after spending several ::. nths In New York. • • • Willie Lieberman, Burnett Rath, a Segal. Joe and Sidney Baker spent Armistice weekend in Orlando. • • Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blaskey and daughters. Florence and Bernice. of Philadelphia, arc spending the winter in Orlando. • • • A social set has been organized by a number of members of the younger set. The first meeting was held at the home of Miss Mary Blattnar. Bridge was played following the meeting and refreshwere served. The next meeturill be held at the home ol Miss Florence Blaskey. • • Mr and Mrs, A H. Stone were the guests of honor at an informal party given by Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rosen on Sunday evening. To Appear At The Paramount Theatre DON I.A NX INC. > PROTECTlON If ::. e ol any object LS sealed against the incursion of destructive elemi ls protected indefinitely. That's fact, easily understood by anyone But the trouble as In many other cases, people are careless about apply:r. theil knowledge ol fact to their own needs %  %  Modern paint chemistry has advanced to such a stage that the scientific production of surfaces is guaranteed if the proper product Is ;;.-ed. A meeting of the Temple Sisterhood of the Congregation Beth El held last Monday In the San Juan hotel. The meeting was called to order by the vice-president. Mrs Jesse Rosen, in the absence of the president, Mrs Nat Berman. and important business was discussed • • • A benefit dinner and bridge party given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation Ohev Sholem. was held last night In the vestry room of the synagog. The dinner was donated by Mrs. Ben Sigal The success of the affair was due largely to the efforts of Mrs Sigal and their allies, the Jewish War V( • %  rani and the Leagu.' of National German Jews. The attitude of the latter groups has become ro grovelling in the attempt to demonstrate one hundred per cenl patrlo! ism to the Nazis thai even *< C< ntral Association of German Citizens %  o f Jewish Faith was compelled to protest. As a result ol the pi Dr. Levinstein, president ol the Jewish War Veterans, ha An example of the tactics of the Assimilationist Jews is the di •tion Issued by the Leagu. > %  National Jews in support '•; Chancellor Hitler ill the pies. : campaign. Through Us pr< Dr. Max Naumann, the League declared "the German Jev:.< whose emotional ties with theii Fatherland are inseparable and whose national political fl organizations In this league welcome the decision o! the .: ment to reject further fruitless and for Germans, dishonoril sions by withdrawing rrom the League of Nations and the disarmament conference." Th • I points out that it drawa sharp line between itsell and all "forel'i elements" and Is united behind Hitler. One of the most futile things m the world is a keep-off-the-grass sign protruding from the middle 0! a snowdrift. II KIDAY-SAT.-SIND.W November 17. 18, 19 The pawnbroker is the tlmekei pel for the man who fights hard luck £ PAINTS Containing 1 11 particul irl; iltal le for ti >p • and cc:: protection (or all surl %  BINSW ANGER A COMPANY GLASS—MIRRORS—PAINTS 1:1: v E. 2nd Ave.—Phone :-*::;; s. 11. ROSENDORF, Manager %  : %  %  : %  •: %  %  :• German Jews Aroused as \ss;imilatiimists Kowtow In Saris A mans favorite dish is the one his wile thinks too much of to Berlin—The rupture in thi rank throw at him. of German Jewry has grow:in bit%  • %  : ness becausi n eminent manifi ted In wid ish In the nature ol things we are weak •• %  ind due now for a type of total absubmission to so-called Nazi pastabler who never let it alom triotism by the Asslmilatli 1 Jews tore repeal. — ON THE SCREEN WILLIAM returns to the role that has made him famous, in THE KENNEL MURDER CASE Warner Bros.' thrill-hit with 6-star cast! From the latest S. S. Van Dine Mystery story with Mary Astor, Eugene Pallettc Ralph Morgan, Helen Vinson, Jack I.a Rue ON THE STAGE — WALLY VERNON Presenting "HODGE PODGE" Another Great Stage Show — COMING — Mop.—Toes.—Wed.—Than. Nov. 20. 21. 22. 23 DON LANNING And His 'ALL-STAR REVUE" New Songs — Dances — ( nmnh Re'Opening For The Current Season THURSDAY, NOV. 23rd rhe most completely equipped and finest kosher market in the South where service, quality and economy go hand in hand. Wholesale and Retail Departments. Hotels and Restaurants our specialty. > our shopping will be a pleasure to you when you visit the Sunshine Kosher Market 434-436.438 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 5-3552 FREE DELIVERIES A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU


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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933
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The Ladles Auxiliary oi the Jew-
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa. Tht" Clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A.
Another Dreyfus Suspected As
"Spy"
Wl Welfare Bureau Will hold the nftii has bppn acUvely engaged re- wm' llllo<1 U,-Sl Wednesday nlghl
Paris.- The revelation that Louis gram iia.s been provided with Dr.
Dreyfus, son of Captain Alfred Jacob H. Kaplan
Dreyfus, was unjustly suspected of Inovation, Rabbis
being a German spy during the
World War because of the blunder
ol the French censor became brief addressee
known here through the publica-
formal installation oi its recently cently in helping organize a new
i-^on,,eis on Monday. Novem- conservative congregation in Lake-
ber 20th, beginning al 12:30 p. m. land. Pla. Formal organU!atlon wilI
be held Sunday, November 19th.
when the Rabbi will be the principal
delivering thl speaker at a meeting called lor the
Max Shapiro, purpose of dedicating the work of
David I. ROSenblOOm, Julius Wash-
er and S. M.
organization. The congregation has
with a large number oi members,
iheir wives, and visitors, when
RabbiS' Night was celebrated by the
organization. Following a brief
business meeting which was open
to the public, the president. Mr.
Murry Grossman, introduced the
chairman of the evening. Mrs. J
Machtel delivering leased quarters for the present and j LouLs SJ,ocnct- wh briefly told of
on -Chanty.' Philip ., p,an t,,e erection of a (
Llberman president of the Jewish g0gue shortly. In connection with
[ion Of war censorship mistakes by ; Welfare Bureau Will .-peak and Mrs the Synagogue a Talmud Torah giv-
Paul Allard. one of the censors. Th.- Oec Wine, representative of the jng dally Hebrew instruction and
younger Dreyfus, head of the firm Southern Regional District for Ha- a Sunday school have been organ-
of Louis Dreyfus & Co.. had tried dassah will be the guest speaker of jZP(|. Lakeland has about fifty Jew-
to Obtain for the French ministry 'he event. Mrs flyman N Levy j.sh families as permanent residents.
oi finance 3,ooo.ooo Italian livres al will be toastmistress and installing____________________
a crucial period in the war but his Officer. Mrs Julius Simpson will
telegram to his Italian branch was head the receiving line with Mes-
confiscated by the censor and the dames Miles, Nevlns, Oliphant,
dial was frustrated. The censor's Coret, Davis, Morris Dubler and J
How About
The Consumer?
action grew out of the unfounded
suspicion that a previous telegram
sent by Louis Dreyfus in which he
ci to a shipment of horse >'
Denmark indicated that he WHS
io equip the German army
ndlng supplies through Den-
Later Dreyfus was vindicated
when he proved that on I he tt -
ol .i French government offi
had made inquiries from Ins
blanch about the shipmi'ir
in Germany by way ol
Denmark. The younger Dreyfus.
like in- lather was completely ab-
and made a commander <>'
Mir l i inn o| Honor.
Bngler assisting, a report ol the
work ol (he past year will be pre-
sented by the president Mrs Meyei
Schwartz Vocal .selections will be
given by Mrs Morris Cowen who
will be accompanied at the piano
by Mi-- Mildred Qreenberg, and by
.Mi. Barney Kraft who will be ac-
companied al the pi.mo by Mrs.
Lawrence Sapero. He ervatlons may
lie in.ulr with any member of the
committee. Arrangements tor this
affair are in charge ol Mrs. Milton
Weiner general chairman of the
event,
Berlin Olympics issue At \ \
( (invention
t .
imore.The question of de-
manding the transfer ol the 1933
lie (lame.- lrom Berlin be-
oi the anti-Semitic policy of
the Nazi regime will be raised al
ttional convention of th.
teur Athletic Union, to be held
in Pittsburgh. November 19 to 21,
by Albert. F. Whelte. non-Jewish
president of the South Atlanlir a -
mi of the A. A. U. Mi
Whelte, in letters to all the A. A. IT.
itioas throughout the coun-
try, declared that "if Germany per-
sist* in her present tactics, it is
ible. on the basis of an ideal
Directors Named
For Friendly Inn
At the annual meeting of the
Hebrew Friendly Inn held recently
Hie following were elected to gov-
ern the organization for the com-
ing year.
Baron de Hlrsch Meyer, presi-
dent; Jacob Becker, l.-t vice-presi-
dent; E. Gordon. 2nd vice-presi-
dent; Borish Schiachman. secre-
tary; Mrs. Sadye G. Hose, assistant
secretary: Sol Rot fort, treasurer.
I. L. Mintzer. chairman, Leonard
Abess. L. Abrams, Nathan Adelman.
.Samuel Blank. W. Cohen. H. M.
Drevich. Dr. Max Dobrin. Max
nanship and a proper regard Feil. Dr. A. Friedman. M B. Frank,
for our fellow-athletes who may b. Dave Goldstein. Sol Goldstrom.
for the Olympic Games to be George Goldberg. Louis Heiman.
held in Berlin in 1936 as schedul- Philip Liberman. Harry I. Lipton.
id.'' A. Leibovit, Dr. B. G. Pollock, Max
Rappaport. Dr. A. E. Rosenthal. J.
Louis Shochet, Dr. Harry Z. Silver-
man. Milton Weiner, Dr. B. Wein-
kle, Ignatz Wohl, Mrs. Louis Brown.
Mrs A. Cohen, Mrs. Morris Dubler.
Mrs. J. Engler. Mrs. B. Fleeman.
Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mrs. S. M.
Machtei. Mrs. Alex Miller. Mrs. I
Mrs. Harry Oliphant.
Hud
Stone Marking Tomb of
Moses
Jerusalem.The Franciscan ar-
eheologlcal expedition, which has
"in excavating on Mount Nebo.
eports the discovery of a stone
*hich the early Christians regard- L Mintzer.
<* as marking the tomb of Moses. Mrs. M. Rippa. Mrs. D. Rosen-
Accordtog to the Old Testament bloom. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs.
Nebo after leading the children of | J Simpson, Mrs. Roee_Weiss. Mrs.
1 "'1 within sight of the Promised
on the
Land. The stone was uncovered on
'font of the pulpit of a church dat-
ing to the fifth century which had
b"" pointed out to St. Sylvia of
AKii)tain, an early Christian pil-
grim, as the site of Moses' tomb.
Louis Weinkle to serve
Board of Directors.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei. Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi
Julius Washer to serve as Honor-
ary Officers.
The matter of kosher meats
and poultry locally has now
reached thai stage where the
public, the consumers, have a
right to be consulted. Kashras
should rightfully remain in the
hands of the local Rabbis. Theirs
is the duty, so long as they have
begun to delve into trie question,
of meeting the issue without fear
or favor. We have confidence in
their integrity, In their devotion
to tin' sacred tailing of a Rabbi
that their actions will be that of
real leaders of Israel.
NEVER TIIK LESS ... In this
day of codes, fair prices and fair
treatment, does not the public,
too, have an interest which can-
not, which dare not be denied.
Are they to be ignored and prices
raised so that even those who de-
sire kosher meats cannot affonl
it because of the unreasonable
prices'.'
We have no interest in the
price war that is now raging in
Miami between the kosher butch-
ers other than that of a consum-
er. May we respectfully suggest:
Let a Consumer's Committee
be formed among users of kosher
meats immediately. Let them de-
mand that unless the butcher
places a fair price on kosher
meats he will not lie patronized.
Let the consumer be heard in
every matter involving the con-
suming public. LET TRl'TII
AND LIGHT INTO THE KOSH-
ER MEAT QUESTION so that
even the porest Jew who sin-
cerely desires kosher meats and
poultry be enabled to purchase
it, and not be forced to the pur-
chase of non-kosher meats as
unfortunately so many of them
today are compelled to do.
Let the time tried rule of "KOI.
IIAMON K'KOL SHADAI," (the
voice of the people Is as the voice
of God,I be again exemplified,
even in Miami.
An important meeting of the
House Committee will be held this
morning at the home at 11 a. m.
The Home is now in full operation
and a number of transients are be-
ing taken care of.
the purpose of the gathering. as be-
ing both a tribute to the spiritual
leaders of local Jewry and the op-
portunity afforded to the members
of meeting them. Rabbi Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan was then presented and
delivered a very inspiring address
of the work of a Y. M. H. A. and
its relationship with the upbuild-
ing of a Jewish spirit in the com-
munity. He was followed by Rabbi
Max Shapiro of Beth David Con-
gregation who spoke of the oppor-
tunity afforded the members oi tlie
Y. M. H. A. to be a force lor ijood
in local Jewry of the present as well
as the future and extended his Ser-
vices to help advance the cause ol
th. Y M. H. A in helping build
Miami Jewry. Rabbi David I
Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, Miami Beach, spoke 1.
ly ol the physical and .spiritual
links that a Y M. II A might forge
locally in the rank.- of Judaism and
pledged In.- cooperation at all time-
Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation ex-
tended the thanks of his con
turn lor the use ol the Y. M. H. A.
facilities for his Sunday school and
thin compared the true Biblical
spirit of a healthy body and healthy
mind as the true goal of the Y. M.
H. A. Rabbi Samuel M. Machtei of
the Radio Synagog spoke of the
place m the community of the Y.
M. H. A. and its necessity as the
training ground for the Jewry of
the future and in his speech stress-
ed the need for a real Y. M. H. A.
The meeting was concluded with
brief closing remarks by the chair-
man who urged all the Rabbis to
become part and parcel of the Y.
M. H. A. and to help in its growth
and development. Mr. Murry Gross-
man, the president, then expressed
the thanks of the organization to
the Rabbis and invited all to enjoy
the refreshments that had been
prepared.
Dutch Supper
Is Sponsored
What promises to be a very en-
joyable event is the card party and
Dutch supper sponsored by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation at the
vestry rooms of the synagogue Sun-
day evening. November 19th. at 7
p. m. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores. Delicious home made
corned beef, potato salad, and sim-
ilar delicacies will be served. The
usual small charge will be made
for admission which will include the
supper. Acting as hostess are Mrs.
Wm. Klein and Mrs. Harry Kotkin.
The public is invited to attend.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox!
311 w inn .,,, Ave.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
The usual early services begin at
5:30 with the late services at 8. p.
m. when Rabbi Rosenbloom will
preach on "The Importance of a
Name." The chanting and congre-
gational singing will be directed by-
Cantor Boris Schiachman. Satur-
day morning services begin at 8:30
a m. and the Rabbi will preach in
Yiddish on the weekly portion. Tal-
mud Torah meets daily at 3 p. m.
and Sunday school Sunday morn-
ing at 10 a. m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
I .,n-, r itil r ,
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The usual early .services at 5:30
will be followed by the late services
at 8:15 when Rabbi Shapiro will
have a.- the .subject of his sermon
nt Day Political Sway ol
ogismShould the Ministrj
Interfere?". The usual congrega-
tional singing and chanting will be
had. Saturday morning the service
begin at H a m with the Junioi
hi directed by Cantoi
Kaminsky in the .singing and
chanting meeting at io:30 Tin
Mitzva Boys Club meets Sunday at
8 a. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
IMS S. W. Third Strut
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Regular services begin at 5:30.
Saturday morning services begin at
9 followed by a sermon on the por-
tion of the week by the Rabbi.
Mincha services begin at 5 p. m.
followed by the "Shalosh Saudah"
and Maariv. The Talmud Torah
meets daily at 3 p. m. and Sunday-
school meets at the Y. M. H. A.
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Late Fri-
day night services will begin with-
in the next few weeks when the
complete program for the season
will be announced.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Services will be held Friday even-
ing at 8:15.
This is Sisterhood Sabbath and
the entire services will be conduct-
ed by the ladies of the Sisterhood.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. President of
the Temple Israel Sisterhood, will
deliver the sermon and services
will be read by the following ladies:
Mesdames Hyman Levy, B. L. Rie.s-
ner, Tobias Simon, Jos. Williamson.
Morris Plant.
The public Is cordially invited.
Religious School eacli Sunday ten
to twelve. There are two classes for
beginners in Hebrew at 9:30 each
Sunday.



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 17. 1933
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SOCIETY
> PLAYING AT THE
7TII AVE. THEATRE
The Board of Directors of the Y.
M H A will sponsor a class in
Hebrew and Hebrew History for its
members and will seek the coopera-
tion of local Rabbis Definite de-
tails will appear in an early Issue.

Rabbi s. M Machtei of the Radio
Synagog officiated at the brls of
the infant son oi Mr. and Mrs
Hairy Morvil last Wednesday noon
Rabbi Julius Washer was "Sandek"
and Mr Harry Orlin was "Quat-
ter."

Dr. and Mrs. a Lustgarten ol
Mt Vernon, N Y arrived hi
week on a visit to his friends and
patients Dr. Lust
.: with hi.- host of friends
may reman: for the winter
..-on.
-
An important meetin the
Auxiliarj ol the Miami Jew-
irthodox 0 mgregai Ii n
ruesda] venln Novel
21st at 8 p. n. thi Syna
important business I
iscussed All memtx
nd.
: y splendid timi was en
thi Ian at-
tending die membership tea
oiid by the Junior Conunlttei
Beth David Sisterhood last Tues-
day at the home ol Mrs A E
Rosenthal. On tlie pro- .. ..
Mrs. Sam Ri
... selections ai d by
vet Thorn;:. : at thi
readings by Oraci B piani
tions by Margaret Thomson
\i:.- L.wi- Brown pn Idi ni
Beth David Sisterhori -poke The
Mrs
v c Myei tea were
Mr Ben Tlllinger and Mrs
C Myera
' 1 mber I9tli.
thi Girl Division of the Y M H
their Mothers
11 ai Inl in thi club-
of the 1 Ion and all
Invited to attend.
P :..- for a dam vi hi h thi V
M H a 1. plannlni ix: 18th or 19th, will be an-
nounced shortly. Mr Sol Rotfort.
chairman of entertainmi 1- In
irge of this affair
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Bi i, David
test hit 1: thei Mai";:.
of New York City who will spend
time here The Rabbi ;
- mother to arrive here
shortly to be here for the
on.
The resignation of Mrs Lewis
Brown, president, on account of ill
health, was accepted with regret at
the meeting 01 Beth David Bister-
hood Wednesday at the Talmud
Torah Mrs B. Kandel. Mrs Meyer
Schwartz and Mrs Ed Friedman
were appointed a nominating com-
mittee to prepare a ticket for a
special election to be called to elect
a new president Inspiring address-
es were delivered by Rabbi Max
Shapiro and S C Myi
The Junior committee will have
its flrsl meeting ol the fall at 8 p.
N ivembei 22 The Sisterhood
will conduct a food all N vember
29 with Mrs M Dubler. The Chanu-
laj and 1 ard party will be
: December 13
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265 N. E. 2nd Street
Proud of its record for strict Kashrus. unexcelled ser-
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OPEN TODAY AT NOON
Special Luncheon 40c and 50c
Full Course Dinner 75c and 85c
The Only Kosher Restaurant in Miami
Janet Gaynor has one oj her most attrac-
tive roles in "Adorable." tin Fox Film
romance with music, in uhich she is
starred opposite Henry Carat, interna-
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Linden as the other son; 1
Laura Hop.
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with all new talent in
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Philip Romer. popular Miami
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week after a short busim ->
".a York.
The Palatial Koshi 1 Ri -\
under the managi mi nl ol Mr Mi r-
ton Fagan will begin the current
1 on Friday. Novi
17th. when the policy of providing
the finest of home cooked meals In
accordance with strict adherence to
rus will be continued a.- in the
past The beautiful dining room has
been thoroughly renovated and be-
cause of the economic conditions ol
the day popular prices have been
set for the delightful meals for
which the Palatial is well known.
Full course dinners or special
lunches may be enjoyed during any
hour of the day.

Mrs. M. Kotkin returned to the
j city after spending several months
in the north visiting relatives and
friends.
Beach Market
To Re-Open
times In short, the customer will
be provided with the facility 0f
purchasing everything for the table
1 at the most reasonable cost amidst
the fines! Ol sanitary surround
in reopening for the current win-
ter season, the Sunshine Kosher
Market has been completely reno-
vated and the finest ot fixture- in-
stalled. Because of the fact that it
Is under new management, a com-
plete new and fresh stock of the
finest fancy groceries, canned goods.
dried fruits, kosher delicatessen and
dairy loods has been provided for
the public. Appetizers from all
pails of the world, strictly fresh
smoked fish from the North and
all kinds of delicacies will be car-
ried. David Chertkoff who op
the grocery and delicatessen depart-
ment has had long years ol ex-
perience In this line having come
here from Baltimore. Md.. severs
years ago and continuing his 1
hshed policy 01 providing the fines)
for the customers at the most rea-
onable prices and giving service al
ill times. In charge ol the koshei
meats and poultry department Is the
well known butcher Philip Romei
who carries the distinction ol bi -
te oldest continual local butch-
ei With him will be associated the
well known meat purveyor Jacol
r who Is well and favorably
known in Florida A
ol the finest Northern killed beel
veal and lamb will be provid
low prices to the consumer with thi
assurai trict kashrus al all
times. The vegetable and fruit de-
partment will carry a lini
Ij tn -h vegetables and the choic-
fruits for the table al all
Plans for a dance to be given on
New Year's eve were discussed at
a meeting of Senior Hadassah Mon-
day in the Acacia clubrooms with
] Mrs. Max Dobrin presiding. m,s
Barney Weinkle. membership
man, announced the following new
members: Mrs. Meyer Schwartz.
Mrs Hyman Levy. Mrs. Bernard
' Feldman. Mrs. Mae enisling. Mrs
Henry Shier and Mrs. J. M. H
Mrs. Samuel Katz. sewing chair-
: man. announced 29 dresses and 30
panties have been completed for
underprivileged children in Pali
tine The next sewing session will
lake place November 27 at the
home of Mrs. Julias Simpson, 2006
S. W. Twelfth street. First in a
series of Sabbath teas will be given
at Mrs. S. Simonhoff"s home.
Mrs. Oeorge Wiener, southern
regional representative of Hadas-
sah, "ill Visit here November 20
Mrs. Harry Welnberg, pn
chairman, had charge of the
Thanksgiving program, which open-
ed with a proclamation read by
Mrs Oertrude Rosenthal. Ethel
Llpton and Lillian Simonhoff. Mm
Sadie Resnick sane "I Shall Know"
and Top O the Morning." by
Mana-Zucca and was acompanied
b> Margaret Thompson, who later
played "Valse impromptu" iRalfd
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THE JKW1SH
FLORIDIA1N
IMRM8HBI) EVERY FRIDAY
h< til.-
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EDITORIAL oil ICE8:
.1 s W. ISlh A*nu I'hiiiit 2-iik.i
rwlce he visited thli country in the as a .statesman he fought consls-
nterest* ol his people. He lived for tenUy against anti-Jewish preju-
",1 '""i'1'- ;""1 died for his people dice. Shortly after the War he
nevei l"1"''1 >"' closlni .....used a .storm ol protest when h<
k ;l"' '"' Coi res H gave his support to the adml
ded over a session winch ol Professor Einstein a a lecturer
I LOUIS BHOCIIET. Editor
llflU lv BHOCHK1 lii.iilnlion MunniriT
I ill BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Rt presentatlve
.. i..! la.. matter July 4.
. i i II 'i at M iami, Florida,
Muri :, :.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA. FLA
MRS. M. II. KISLK.K
Repret enlative
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IT. I
133
Dr. Leo Mot; kin, of
Blessed Memory
The man who made history as
nt ol the la.st Zionist Con-
In Prague Is no longer with
us ii;. death has hern a painful
blew to all oi us who worked with
him and who knew him. Thi
ol Dr Leo Motzkin will he mourn-
ed by the whole House oi Israel,
tor he was a true leader in Israel
This trail, little man. broken In
health by the years ol wandering
lei the National Cause, and crush-
ed m .spun by the tragic fate
: In < lermany, towered over
; Zionist Congress with re-
markable strength and ma
i'ini it seemed as it the ofl
the presidency endowed him with
youthful strength and with a new.
for his friends knew thai hi
ed heart was not equal to
real ta.sk. But he worked on
Incessantly to the end.
Mot/km was above party strife
and bitterness. He was the one man
whom all groups respected. He wa.s
a symbol ol the oneness ot the
many shades In Zionism. They all
1 d down to his grace and to hLs
hip. And he wa.s more than
ted. He won for himsell the
affection of all tho.se who came In
touch with him. HLs tact, his dip-
lomacy, bis gentleness and his mod-
ound a way into the hearts of
the mast hardened partisans. It
wai especially during the la.st Con-
gress that his talents were revealed
Man] a crisis was averted because
ol his foresight. Many an Impas-
sioned session was eased by his
till sen.se of humor. He was
an institution in Zionism, not
merely an individual. He was not
only the "Echad M'Bnai Hacha-
vura." he was the "All Shebacha-
vtua."
Since his earliest student days he
'' concerned with the fate of his
people. As early as 1889 he organiz-
ed a Jewish National Student
Group In Berlin and laid the foun-
dation for Zionism in Western
Europe. He worked with Dr. Herri
al the first Zionist Congress and
as present at every succeeding
Congress. Since 1925 he was presi-
01 the Zioninst World Actions
Committee. He represented the Jew-
"* people and fought for their
"''ht.s at Geneva. He called Rellel
Conferences alter the World War
and threw himself into the work
of the World Jewish Congress
for fifteen hours A
ol thi ion aftet
Hatikvah he turned to s
threw his arms around lit neck
and with teai in his
Sholoni Hi i,.1.1
that
. I Constructive
Conference
Tin- World Jewish O i
London which m.i t, adopt a co
ordinnte and comprehei
"t for 'in Germat
adjourned. Although most ol
liberation; were not public the
little thai has become known ol
Its SI
deral
and systems i iced a
ft
decided tl tine offers the
i ipe for the (Set man -ii v.-
i d mi annual bud- I i
ti n million
hich to finam ed pro-
Mr- pntlre atmosphere ol the
conic;
in Paris at a time when thi
i ientisl wa still con idi red a Ger-
nai enem Painleve wa also a
valued friend ol Zionism He was
premier win n I- ranee gave il
motion to the Jewish National
Home, in servici to the Jewish
pi ople are an Impi rli habli chap', i
In Jewish history and the name ol
Painleve will forever be asso
m Jewit h annals with i he namei ol
Balfour, Clemenceau, Ma
Smuts and other gn al statesmen
ought by their actions to
tmdo Injustici
i d upon the Jev h people.
West Palm Beach
Notes
The informal di dii al lot
i true ted Synagogui
Cong. Beth El "I VY isl Palm Beach
took place la I Sunday evenln
With members ol the congregation
Od and other Jl v
ol the Palm Beaches gathered In
fronl of the new building. The Syna-
,md II productivi ol korui doors were opened by
more Jewish unit] than has bei lenl Mr Jacob Sneider. Rab-
manifesi al any other sin i- bl S M. Machtei ol the Radio
ering In a long time M
wa probabl) mine representative
than any other world J(
Sub-committee
working out the technical d
og, al the threshold, recited
dedicatory prayers, and then
followed the two bearers of the
Sifrel Toiaii Into the synagi
Before the open Ark, the rabbi re-
to cam out the pi ited additional prayers, the scroll-
adopted it the achievements ol thi were placed In the Ark. following
sub-commit tec- are as construe- which he led the congregation lr
tive and a.~ valuable as those ol thi he Maarh service,
conference Itsell the necessity for Mr. Irving Moss, chairman ol the
anotht parley ol .lews next building committee, presided. ih
year a ha proposed, will b turned the key to the new syna-
obviated. cogue over to president Sneider.
and. in well chosen words reported
li'iwi li'ritll \t ''"' W(M* "' ""' building commit-
Ninety
tee completed Mr Sneider replied
briefly, thanking the entire com- for office who never allows himsell
Terms In \ Political Campaign
Sinecure A place ,,: worship,
Para Iti s People who havi
under the opposition party.
Villfier Any political opponent
Puppeb Small di
.scintilla a sort oi Spanish
sealt.
Arch roc A foe Ol Bl
Beclouding thi Making a
d peech
f> magogue The ol her fellow.
i iangerou i li magogue Thi
fellow when he i making lii a
Ai n .: i adership Usually a
nee to an old man asleep in
a chair
Shadow ol Sui pii Ion Threi
more police
and a picture In the Ro
lery.
Fingi r oi Si orn a thumb with a
had hangnail.
Op] raxes Any taxi
My Friends Anybodj whi
till listei ;:
Con 11 uc! Ive Pn Something
ten the day alter leelii n
i iictates oi Di cem -.....
without which no campaign speech
i complete.
Without Fear ol Contiadii
A state oi being afraid of belna
contradicted
Autocratic Acts- Any act taken
without political consideration
Opportunity for Public Service
Any place on the city pay roll, from
snow-shoveling up.
Peerless Leader Very oiten a
weary, middle-aged man who has
trouble keeping his eyes open dur-
ing a fight,
Champion of the People's Rmhts
a candidate who is willing to re-
view parades without complaining
Debauchery and Fraud The rec-
ord of the other fellow.
Valiant Crusader Any candidate
nut tee. Mr Irving Moss, Mr. s
B'nal B-rith, the oldest Jewish aoWbergi Mr B(. Byder ;L1Kl
fraternal order In the world, cele- ,,.,. who as8lated Hp folknvi.(|
brated Its ninetieth birthday on thJa w|l|| ,, n,IKin Ilu, (,vi,nls
November 12th This event should |eading U|) lhl, ,.,,.(.,joI1 ()f tne
have been the occasion not merely new svnagogue
for congratulation and praise bui
for genuine homage to an organi-
zation which has consistently, ef-
fectively and without ballyhoo ren-
dered tremendous service not only
to the Jews ol this country but to
world Jewry. For nearly a century
B'nai B'rith has stood for every-
the
Mr
the
The privilege of kindling of
Ner Tammld was granted to
Shultzer, the oldest Jew of
community, in Yiddish, the seven-
ty-odd year old patriarch, spoke of
the sacredness ol the occasion and
he pronounced a blessing on all
those who participated in the work
thing that was best in Jewish life. Mr Mm.,.is Xessler and Mr. Joseph
It has fostered Jewish culture, en- u.^v former presidents of the
couraged Jewish youth movements. L.ongregation .spoke .as did Mrs .Ben
fought against the defamaiton ol Rydei. pre8ident of the Slster-
the Jew and struggled to protect nood During the evening Mr. Sam
Jewish lights wherever they were 8hutaer recited in Yiddish and led
in danger. In the present crisis in Ih(, congregational singing. The
Germany 11 has endeavored to unl- program Was concluded with an
fy all forces in Jewish life. B'nai address bv Rabbi S. M. Machtei
B'rith has given American Jewry
some ol it-s most notable leaders
For generations B'nai B'rith stood
to be photographed yawning.
Liar Any opposition speaker
Unmitigated Liar Second Of-
fense.
My Estimable Opponent The
highest form of sarcasm and In-
sincerity.
Unswerving Devotion Something
you hear of before the returns come
in.
ScoundrelSynonym for worthy
opponent.
Sabotage A dish composed of
corn and beans.
Foul Vilification Saying about
an opponent what he said about
you.
Path of Public DutyA road on
which there is little companv
Predatory RichFavorite orator-
ical term for a man with his rent
paid.
Exploited Masses Favorite- ora-
Here conies a guy who'll hesitate
About his gallonage
While seven other people wait
In cumulative rage.
who urged the members to care for torical term for any audience
the needs ol the Jewish youth as ------------
an assurance that their effort.'
a.s the only representative Jewish snall not nave bPPtl ln valn
body In America. Its historic Refreshments were served by the
achievements constitute a major gjsU,rnood and the dedicatory ser-
chapter In Jewish history. vll.,, was ciased with the singing of shall he buy five? That's ninety-
Adon Olom. Hatikvah. and America. two.
The formal dedication, or Chanu- Or six? A dollar ten:
kBth Habbayis. will be held within His intellectual ado
The death of Paul Painleve, sixty days, at which time the cus- Blockades the world of men
three times premier of France, is tomary sale of honors will be held Until he does his thinking plus
8 heavy blow to the Jewish people and a drive for funds will be made
Throughout his long and honorable ------------------------------
career Painleve was a noted friend The trouble with a great many
I Blow To Jewry
Such ponderers. I ween.
Should look up work more ponder-
ous
Than buying gasoline.
A Soul hern professor flipped a
and supporter ot justice for the men is they arc never satisfied with
Jew He began his political life al wasting their own time
., nine when Fiance wa, sent
i der bv the Dreyfus Case in When a woman tries to capture coin 40,000 times to prove the odds
I Painleve ranged himself on a wealthy husband she evidently on heads and tails are even. Wr
,),, si,|e ol i iti lit and truth He believes that his means will justify must keep him in mind
up in the liberal tradition and her ends.
The girl chum says one i d
air Is
i no moi'
'lake me tar, i. my prayer,
when- no speakers abound
And the fi I al ire I hi re
Aren't wired for sound.
The world It assured by all who
know him Intlmati Ij that Hltlei
not drink The dizzil -
natural
When a woman goes through hei
e ii.i'.'.
lookln' for moth holes, not mom
You can usually tell the num-
ber ol friends a pi < on has.
Katie, 'by tl i
library."
We ei In i i-1 dail) vital
continue to bi
born hi real
Mary had a little lamb
n by a friend to keep
It followed hei around until
It died from loss ol .sleep
Nothing biinus out new author*
like a depr Ii i ays a magarii
editor. I know some who are com
ing out under the aims, at the
knees, at the sea', and .several othei
place-
Here it Is, a small creature, but
one that did its part. Look upon it
ntly.
It chewed holes in a man
Clothes which are temporarily hung
In a < .
The man bought a new suit
The clothing store ordered more
suits from the factory.
factory obtained more cloth
from the textile mills.
The textile mills bought more
wool and cotton from the farmers
The farmers set to work to
new crops ol cotton and wool.
All along the line new work was
called for and money spent and
business improved.
Here it is. then, a small creature
but willing and helpful.
A moth.
Look upon it with admiration and
reverence, for it Is the original
model of workers for recovery.
Look upon it reverentlyand then
swat it The little devil may devour
your own suit next.
Funny how chesty the average
man feels right after he*s driven a
nail without crackin' his thumb
Where ignorance isn't bliss it is
folly to serve hash.
Lots of men became philosophers
by watching the miseries of others.
if a man is considerate, he will
tolerate the right of another to
hold wrong views.
II there were no other fools in
the world we would be more dis-
satisfled With ourselves than ever
But lew men are brave enough to
allow a mind reader to expose their
thoughts in the presence of friends
for the
next brain trust vacancy.
Love is seldom confessed until the
evidence reaches the stage where
making a confession is merely a
matter for form.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. November 17, 1933
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* Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTLI %
! .,t Mid Director, Radio Bjmagog of America &
Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, I-'lorida
"Have We Learned The Lesson?"
Scripture Reading;, Mlcah Chapter IV.. venea i-.">. inclusive.
Yesterday, Novembei 11th, was tin- fifteenth anniversary ol the
signing of the Armistice, by the nations engaged In the World War
1 ars 1- a long time in the life oi an individual and. even, In the
I- ..- .1 mere breath In the life of the world. Much has
transpired since the last shol was fired on the battlefronts ol Prance.
Nations have made overtures <>i peace to one another. The victims of
that war still are hen with us as evidence ol num.- stupidity and of our
inability to live peaceablj with one another. The prophetii
that we beal our swords into ploughshares Is no nearer realization than
u was m 1914 or in 1918. Nations are .-till expending more on armaments
ction than they spend "ii education. Wi have sunk
below the level ol th Asiatics whom we abhor and whom we consider
lar beneath us.
A tn vi ei n ates that in Shanghai, one day. he saw two coolies en-
: m a heated argument, in the midst ol an attentive crowd The
.int.- waved their arm.-, -hook their fists, and .-tamped then feel
all the time apparently hurling al each other the bitterest epithets that
could devise But not a blow was struck, when
the tr ed what the trouble was, he was told by one ol the
i-ere "fighting when hi expressed sur-
1 ighi devoid ol physical violence, a Chinese explained the
to him: "The mar. who strikes thi first blow 1.- beaten because
by he confesses thai he I in oul leas." Now there Is a bit oi
tn to ponder over!
in industry' Ul' Insisi upon arbitration Wi maintain that no prob-
ation by rid unprejudiced discussion. Vet nations
rush into 0 bed human blood. property, not in defense
o: :l prii Ipli ilm, but to gratify the bloodthirst ol
ids and thi di In I i wealtl rhers There ni
: an mju "- have I 11 itten who -.-. but. whop
was lie .-poke
Whal : ave we profitted from the world War? What ha an>
[Tie natii 1 world are woi than
pi. the war Fight 1 Derri WI
hun foist certain principli
;lng up arms is
nly aftei other measures ha
: lively. Y be-
one ol I
nts find .
In i;.- despair, he set op- |
ponent. Immi he draw.- upon a rea 1 reenforo ments But.
::. :.,:: to
. In
he
:. ol
t the flnl .1.
flu and then folli up
with pi:1, leal viol thi .:..' :. Will you.
then, contend thai insults ind physical i-idei
Wi wen nnli e World ''' ti '' 1 thi
victors. And. I tell you that it was a Pyrrhic victory:- ich war
: ti the human race ceases to be.
But. ha' atlons oi tin earth arbl-
ii :::: :. Ari they utllizlni monii spent for
armament.'- to bettei Need 1 answer that question? Has thi
pped H.im the nation.- disbanded their arm-
ed forces? The answer Is greed Greed and fear. Greed lor the wealth of
sooner will you have disarmed, than
the others will be upon you like a pack of wolves. No. we have learned
n! Isaiah and Mlcah may shout tl hoarsi about beating
into plowshares, and -pea:.- into prunlnghooks, they were just a |
ll ol old Hebrews crazed wit!. : Their id'.1 1 :. nevei prac-
tical nor practicable The teachings of the Prince ol Peace'1 He was no
sanei than his con -Just an idealist. Ask any broker, interna-
tional banker, any millionaire with foreign investments and any steel or
munition.- manufacturer, each one will tell you that he belongs to a
church and contributes heavily because it's a fine thine to have such
sentiments taught to the masses, but. does he go on record as being in
favor of their universal adoption and practice? Man, are you crazy? or
do you think that he is crazy? Of course, he can't approve ol so radica
an idea.
Now. ask the men who are still in government hospitals, maimed
and broken.shards of humanity. Ask the men who returned from over-
seas to find themselves out of employment Ask the women whose sons
never came back Ask the wives whose husbands never came back from
the heroic sacrifice over there." Are they in lavor of war? Do they agree
with Isaiah and with Micah? Are they satisfied to harden themselves
again and to send their sons as cannon-fodder? Ls any man or woman
convinced that any war Is just? Has any croup of people the moral right
to bring about a condition which spells disaster and death to human be-
I a.-k if they have a "moral" right, because, unfortunately, men.
foolishly, give them the legal right, through their own legislation.
I have spent years In government hospitals. I have seen the results
of our victory as well as any man can see them. And, I fall to see evi-
dence of a nobler enlightenment among the leaders of the world powers,
our own president excepted. If. as some maintain, even the destruction
that befalls the human race, carries with it some good through instruc-
Noted Non-Jews Join Boycott
Campaign Committee
New York.Citmw department of
commerce figures which show that
German exports to the United
siatc- dropped 17 per cent in Au-
gust. Samuel Untermyer, president
oi the American League for De-
fense 01 .Jewish Rights, which is
prosecuting the anti-German boy-
cott in tin.- country, declared that
the boycott oi German goods 1- In-
creasing. He also made public the
names ol 'S.i prominent Jew- and
non-Jews who have Joined tin Gi 1
man Boycott Campaign Committee
ol the League. Non-Jews listed are
Gordon Battle. Roger W.
Allen. Fiorello H. LaGuardia, Jas.
W. Gerard. Judge Arthur Tomp-
kins. John E. Connelly. Corpora-
tion Counsel Arthur W. Hilly. Rev.
Edward L. Hunt. Bishop McCon
neii. Charles l- Noyes. General
John F. O'Hvaii and .lame- II Pa '
Jewish Pageant i Net I200,0e to
Palestine Fund
New York.The twenty-one pel -
formances ol the Jewish pagean
"The Romance oi a People." will
net the American Palestine Cam-
paign at least S200.000. aecoidm '
10 a statement bj Mi yer W. Web-
gal, executive director ol the
pageant Mr. Welsgal stated 400.000
:..-. will have seen the D8
In New York.
tion tor the tuiiue. 1 have a.- yel seen no evidences ol mans profit from
the World War. Unless it be to have devised new and more powerful de-
structive weapon.- and more deadly gases And. that, to me. is not to be
,i on the profit side oi the human ledger.
I believe that Charles Mackay must have felt somewhat as I do
when he wrote "II I Were A Voice." from which poem I shall quote two
stanzas
"ii 1 were a Voice -a controlling Voice
I'd travel with the wind;
And. whenevei I saw the nations torn
By warfare, Jealousy or scorn.
Or hatred ol their kind.
I'd fly, I'd fly. on tin- thunder crash.
And into their blind bosoms Hash;
And. all then evil thoughts subdued.
I'd teach them a Christian Brotherhood.
11 I were a Voice a pervading Voice
I'd seek tl'.e kings ol < arth:
Id lmd them alone on their beds at night.
whisper word.- that should guide them right,
Lessons ol priceless worth.
I'd fly more swift Mian the swiftest bird.
And tell them things they never heard
Truths which the ages lor aye repeal
Unknown to the state-men at their feel
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Friday. November 17, 1933
:
SOCIETY
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
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Ukable Laughable Don Lanning.
one of the most popular comedians
ever to visit and play Miami, and
who today has probably played more
nances in this city than any
other one entertainer, is bringing
ls popular company back to the
paramount Theatre lor four days
starting Monday. Nov. 20th. in an
,U new stage presentation.
Among the well known stage
:
mMW*MI1WTOH-- :' -:
tost, and in proportion to the
prices charged for non-Usher
meats locally, will be the rule in
this business. Mr. Waldorl. pro-
prietor of the market said I feel
that strictly kosher meats can be
sold locally at fair prices to enable
the consumer who desires kosher
meats to buy as much as he needs
for his home consumption While
kosher meat.- are necessarily high-
er in price than non-kosher meals
ngures who will be seen with him ,,,,,. ,.s pX(.US(, ()1. n.as(m (of ^
m time are Wells and Winthrop. p,,(.(,s tha| ,|;|V(. ^ ^ un
Art Stanley. Madie Davis. The
.Sherwood Sisters. The Norma Was-
w girls and music is provided by
pick Whetstone
iders,
and his Silver
til tins time, With the support of
the Jewish public i hope to estab-
lish the principle thai Jews wan!
kosher meats but will not .stand for
being gouged I will charge onlj
lair price- at all times "
Opening for the season yesterday,
Waldorf's Cut Rate Kosher Market
did a very splendid business. Man.
old customers returned as
did a lame number of new accounts
A policy of fair prices at all times,
commensurate with the actual
Radio Synagog
Rabbi 8 M. Machtel. Founder
and director ol the Radio Synagog,
will preach over WIOD at ten o'-
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Playing Fair
In announcing the opening of our new
store in last week's issue of the Jewish Floridian.
we lister! kosher meats at PRICES that were
FAIR TO THE PUBLIC, considerably LOWER
THAN that of OUR COMPETITORS, but at the
same time YIELDING us A FAIR PROFIT.
We have been approached by our competi-
tors and told that unless we raise our prices they
will begin a price war to force us out of business
or compel us to raise prices. That the "shoched"
who has been, for a number of years, slaughter-
ing jointly for us and a competitor, would be
directed not to slaughter for us UNLESS we
raised our prices.
WE DO NOT PROPOSE TO BE
FORCED INTO RAISING
PRICES
Just so long as we can make a fair profit by
selling at low prices, give kosher meats and
ooultry to the Dublic so that they may enjoy
them at prices that are commensurate with cost.
and proportionate to non-kosher meat prices
that are prevalent locally.
We Shall Continue to Serve the
Public and Not to Gouge Them
On the Platform of
KASHRUSSERVICE-
FAIR PRICE.
We Ask The Support of The Jew-
ish
consumer.
If you want fair prices to continue
I Buy From
\ Waldorf's Cut Rate
II KOSHER MARKET
237 N. W. Fifth St. Phone 3-2297
clock on Sunday morning on "Has PLAYING AT THE
The Torah A Solution To Our TIVOII Til TAT
Present Plight?" In addition to the
sermon there will be prayers, hymns.
scripture leading, and a question
box.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Rabbi Adolph Burger was the
principal speaker of the afternoon
at the meeting of the Tampa sec-
tion National Council of Jewish
Women last Wednesday afternoon.
November 8th.
*
The Dictators club observed its
first anniversary at an open house
al the Y. M. H. A. Tuesday even-
ing. NOV. 21st, at 8:30 o'clock The
Midnight Aces will provide music
for dancing.
The reception will be held after
.in anniversary dinner at the Hllls-
boro hotel. Quests tor the dinner
will include Mr. B. J. Finman, Pies.
ol the Y. M H A. and Mrs Pin-
man, Mr. Short, athletic dlrectoi
and Mrs. Short, members and their
dales. .Jack Morris. Milton BOlCI .
and Sam Abramovit/. compose the
committee on arrangements.
Dr. B. Alsurowich, representative
ol the on. international Jewish or-
ganization spoke in the interest ol
the world movement tor construc-
tive relief ol the Jewries ol Eastern
and Central Europe and Germain
at Rodoph Sholom Temple. Sunday
evening. Nov. 12th, Mr. S. Sanders
acted as chairman for the evening
l)r Alsurowich has come to Ameri-
ca for the first time, He i.s inter-
rupting a period ol productive work
for the On in Poland to help the
American Peoples Ort Federation
ill its efforts to assist the Central
Ort Verband in Its work In the
Eastern countries
Mrs. r. Lane entertained re nt
lj a small group ol close friends at
a bridge parly al her home. 192 Lee
St.. tor Miss Minnie Cracowami
whose engagement to Mr. Irvln
Sal-bury was announced recently.
A patriotic color motif was se-
lected in anticipation of Armistice
day and the refreshments served
alter the games carried out the
same color motif. Miss Dorothy
Snyder received the high score
prize and Miss Minnie Cracowam 1
honor guest, was presented a gift.
Mrs. Lane was assisted in enter-
taining by Mrs. w. F. Hilblsh.
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Sunday 20c till 6:30 P. M.
Sunday-Monday. Nov. 19-20
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Wednesday evening. Nov. 22nd. Re-
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Notes
Services at Congregation Bnai Is-
rael. 921 9th St. No. commences at
8 oclock on Friday evening. Ser-
mon. "The Jewish Code Towards
Labor." Text taken from Psalm
CXXVIII. with Rabbi A. S. Klein-
feld in charge.

The young Maccabees held an
educational meeting Monday. Nov.
13th. under the supervision of Rab-
bi Kleinfeld. An essay on the life
of Rabbi Hillel was presented by
Budy Sweet; this was followed by
an open debate that proved in-
structive and interesting.

Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa.
Fla., was the honored guest at the
installation of officers of Congre-
gation Bnai Israel. He made a very
inspiring plea for Jewish educa-
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon of
Tampa, were also guests of the
evening.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. November 17, 1933
.

Orlando, Fla.
Notes
Mrs. Adolph Samuels, of Atlanta.
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Sam..
Mi rrls Solln speni
Miami.
Sunday in
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Abrams and
'.ters. Selma and Miriam, of
ire spending the win-
Orlando.

Mr H. Berger ha.* returned to
Orlando, after spending several
::. nths In New York.

Willie Lieberman, Burnett Rath,
a Segal. Joe and Sidney Bak-
er spent Armistice weekend in Or-
lando.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blaskey and
daughters. Florence and Bernice. of
Philadelphia, arc spending the win-
ter in Orlando.

A social set has been organized
by a number of members of the
younger set. The first meeting was
held at the home of Miss Mary
Blattnar. Bridge was played fol-
lowing the meeting and refresh-
were served. The next meet-
urill be held at the home ol
Miss Florence Blaskey.
*
Mr and Mrs, A H. Stone were
the guests of honor at an informal
party given by Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Rosen on Sunday evening.
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If ::. e ol any object ls sealed against the incursion of
destructive elemi ls protected indefinitely.
That's fact, easily understood by anyone But the
trouble as In many other cases, people are careless about
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Modern paint chemistry has advanced to such a stage that the
scientific production of surfaces is guaranteed if the proper product
Is ;;.-ed.
A meeting of the Temple Sister-
hood of the Congregation Beth El
held last Monday In the San
Juan hotel. The meeting was called
to order by the vice-president. Mrs
Jesse Rosen, in the absence of the
president, Mrs Nat Berman. and
important business was discussed

A benefit dinner and bridge par-
ty given by the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Congregation Ohev Sholem.
was held last night In the vestry
room of the synagog. The dinner
was donated by Mrs. Ben Sigal
The success of the affair was due
largely to the efforts of Mrs Sigal
and their allies, the Jewish War
V( rani and the Leagu.' of Nation-
al German Jews. The attitude of
the latter groups has become ro
grovelling in the attempt to demon-
strate one hundred per cenl patrlo!
ism to the Nazis thai even *< C< n-
tral Association of German Citizens
of Jewish Faith was compelled to
protest. As a result ol the pi
Dr. Levinstein, president ol the
Jewish War Veterans, ha
An example of the tactics of the
Assimilationist Jews is the di
tion Issued by the Leagu. >! Na-
tional Jews in support '; Chancel-
lor Hitler ill the pies. :
campaign. Through Us pr<
Dr. Max Naumann, the League de-
clared "the German Jev:.< whose
emotional ties with theii '
Fatherland are inseparable and
whose national political fl
organizations In this league wel-
come the decision o! the .:
ment to reject further fruitless and
for Germans, dishonoril
sions by withdrawing rrom the
League of Nations and the dis-
armament conference." Th I
points out that it draw- a sharp
line between itsell and all "forel'i
elements" and Is united behind Hit-
ler.
One of the most futile things m
the world is a keep-off-the-grass
sign protruding from the middle 0!
a snowdrift.
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