The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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wJewisli Floridiafi
Vol. 6. No. 46
Jewish News
Around The
World
LOR IDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1933
Price Five Cents
Rabbis Address Lakeland Starts Y.M.H.A. Shows f----------------------
Local Women New Synagogue Varied Activity |Announcements
Bee Catholicism and Protestism
Joining Fight Against
Nazi Regime
Berlin.The possibility that world
Catholicism and Protestantism may
Shortly join world Jewry in oppo-
sition to the Nazi regime in Ger-
many waa seen here as the result
(i! growing tension between the
Hitler government and the Vatican
because of the Pope's concern at
Germany's failure to apply the
Concordat and because of mount -
in opposition on the part of Pro-
testant ministers in Germany to
the Nazification of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church. In many parts
of Germany anti-Nazi Protestant
ministers are holding secret cata-
comb meetings where tiny preach
to their congregations against Hit-
lensm. The Rev. Martin Niemaeler,
a former submarine captain and
long a member of the Nazi party.
was suspended for his public oppo-
sition to anti-Semitism in the
church as wa-s the Rev. E. F. Rader-
nau, In order to prevent a loss of
votes in the election they were re-
instated at the last moment. The
arrest ol former Chancellor Wil-
belm Marx and eight other promi-
nent members of the Catholic-
Centre party on trumped up charg-
es of fraud and treason have in-
(I the tension between the
government and the Catholics. In
Catholic Bavaria anti-Nazi feeling
is also increasing and hardly a day
passes without the courts sentenc-
ing people for expressing critical
opinions of the Nazi regime.
Mac Donald. Refugee High Com-
missioner, Reaches Geneva
Nearly two hundred women at-
tended the formal installation for
the officers ol the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau las!
Monday at Kaplan Hall. Rabbis
Jacob H. Kaplan. 8. M. Machtei.
David I. Hosenbloom. Max Shapiro
and Julius Washer were the guests
of honor and delivered brief ad-
dresses. Mrs. Milton Weiner chair-
man of the arrangements committee
welcomed the guests and then pre-
sented Mrs. Hyman H. Levy who
was toastmistress. The Invocation
wa given by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Musical numbers heard during the
afternoon were by Mrs. Morris Cow-
an who was accompanied by Miss
Mildred Greenberg at the piano,
and Mrs. Barney Kratt who was
accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence 8a-
pero. Mrs. Max Dobrin president ot
the Miami chapter of Senior Hada-
-sail then introduced Mrs. (.
Winer of Chattanooga. Tenn.. the
representative ol the Southern
Regional District of Hadassah who
delivered a lengthy and interesting
address on Palestine. Mis. Meyer
Schwartz president of the Auxiliary
gave a report of the activities of
the organization for the past yeai
and stressed the necessity lor con-
certed action towards raising much
larger funds for the work of the
organization during the coining
Mai because of the closing of the
'community Chest. Mrs. Levy then
installed the Officers. Plans lor the
Chanuka supper for the benefit of
the Welfare Bureau to be held on
December 17th w.n announced.
Last Sunday evening a large
number of the Jewish residents of
Lakeland gathered in the recently
acquired Synagogue building to or-
ganize under the direction of Rab-
bi Adolph Burger of Tampa. The
Rabbi conducted the Maariv service
and then delivered a very Inspiring
! talk on the duties of a Jew and his
obligations tc his young and his
people. The Synagogue will be
known as The Jewish Alliance of
Lakeland. Officers elected were:
president. Mr. Boyer; vice president,
Mr. Silverstein; treasurer. Mr.
Slackman, and secretary. Mr. Ros-
en. Mrs. Rosen was chosen to head
the Ladies Auxiliary ol the Con-
gregation. Regular services will be
held every Friday evening and Sat-
urday Rabbi Burger organized the
Hebrew and Sunday school With
Mesdames Rosen and Schneider in
( barge. Following the addresses and
business meeting. refreshments
were served. On Sunday. November
26th, Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St.
Petersburg will address the newly
organized congregation.
Geneva.- Ready to begin his
heavy task of dealing with the
problem of refugees from Germany,
James G. MacDonald. the high
mml8Sloner for German relu-
arrived here and Immediately
into conference with M. A\e-
i I secretary-general ol the League
and later met briefly with Dr.
Chalm Weizman. chairman of the
peclal Jewish committee to coordi-
nate relief plans for German-
Jewish refugees.
i Ind Tablets Containing Writings
Pre-Dating Oldest Known
Hebrew Scripts
New York.Ancient tablets In
archaic Hebrew discovered three
years ago by French archcologists
at Ras Shamra, on the coast of
ria, contain writings dating from
1400 B. C, nearly 600 years before
the earliest known Hebrew writings,
and show remarkable resemblances
'" passages from the Old Testa-
ment, in some instances being al-
most verbatim with the Biblical
text, according to Sir Charles Mars-
ton. British archeologist. who an-
nounced the decipherment of the
tablets by French scholars. The
writing on the tablets refers to
sacrifices mentioned in the Books
of Exodus, Leviticus. Numbers and
Deuteronomy and contain forty
definite links with the Mosaic Code.
Temple Juniors
\id German Jews
Sabbath school pupils of Temple
Israel in Miami will make contri-
butions on Sunday. November 26th,
lo a fund that is being raised
throughout the United States by
Jewish sabbath school children lor
the benefit of the Jewish youth of
Germany, it "as announced here
yesterday by Pauline Baerwakl. Na-
tional Chairman of the Junior Di-
vision ot Hie American Jewish Joint
rlbution Committee. This fund.
MiSS Baerwald stated, is intended
M a concrete expression by the
Jewish Children of America of
sympathy lor their ostracized and
suffering comrades In the Reich.
Their contributions will be includ-
ed in the German Relief Fund cam-
paign for $2,000,000 now being con-
ducted by the parent organization.
-The American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee.
Jewish youth organizations asso-
ciated with the Junior branch of
the Joint Distribution Committee
in this effort are the National Fed-
erBtlon of Young Folks Temple
Leagues. the Young People's I eagui
of the United Synagogue, the Col-
legiate Branch of the Union of Or-
thodox Hebrew Congregations
Young Judea. the Menorah Society.
Young Israel, and Aleph Zadek
Aleph. the Junior Bnai B'rith.
New Officers To
Be Installed
Plans for the gala installation
dinner lor the officers o! the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation are
being made by a joint committee of
the Congregation and its Ladies
Axillary, Mesdames J. Louis Sho-
Chet, Nathan Adelman. and Win
Clein. and Messrs. H. M. Drcvieh.
Max Rappaport and Max Mintzer
are in charge of the affair. Plans
provide for the formal installation,
a number of addresses by promi-
nent speakers and a musical pro-
gram. The event will be held on
Sunday evening. December 3rd. full
details of which will be announced
in our next issue.
Hadassah Guest
Talks To Juniors
Mrs. George Winer, southern
regional representative from Chat-
tanooga, was guest speaker at the
meeting of Junior Hadassah Mon-
day evening in Kaplan Hall Her
talk concerned life in Palestine, and
particularly those projects for which
Junior Hadassah works.
Final plans are being completed
for the annual turkey trot to be
given Tuesday evening, November
28th, at the Casa Loma Hotel. A
selected six-piece orchestra will play
for dancing, and a dance contest
will be a feature of the entertain-
ment. Five turkeys will be raffled
off during the evening.
Tickets for the dance may be
purchased only at the door.
Miss Reggie Goldstein and MLss
Rase Sowers are co-chairmen of the
dance, assisted by Miss Gladys Max,
Miss Sylvia Rayvis, Mrs. William
Elman, and Miss Rose Cromer.
The resignation ol Murray Kell-
man as secretary of the Y. M. H.
A was received with regret at the
last meeting ol the organization
and expressions of thanks for his
sincere work in the past was re-
corded. Sol Rotford was chosen to
succeed him and immediately as-
sumed his duties. The resignation
of Al Rosenfeld as house chairman
was accepted with sincere re fret
and expressions ol appreciation for
oast work was recorded. The Y. M.
H. A. is now forming a Hebrew and
Hebrew History group which will
begin soon. All desiring to enter
are urged to enroll immediately
Plans for participation by the Y
M II. A. in the unveiling of the
tombstone to the late Ernie Wein-
kle were discussed and will be an-
nounced shortly. Reports on tl>"
basket ball team and the physical
Culture class under Milt Traeger
showed considerable activity. The
basket ball team meets weekly for
practice and selections for the
team will be made soon. The dia-
mond ball team was victorious m
its play last week and is expected
to continue its winning stride from
now on.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N, E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Services will begin at 8:15.
Dr. Kaplan has chosen for his
subject "Hyphenated Americans."
Last Friday evening Dr. Kaplan
was in the pulpit of Beth Israel, the
Reform Congregation of West Palm
Beach, speaking in the interest of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. This is an annual
event when all the Rabbis visit
neighboring congregations.
Religious school is held in Kap-
lan Hall each Sunday from ten to
| twelve. There is a beginners class
in Hebrew at nine thirty each Sun-
' day morning.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
I..1-. S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi

onference To
Be Held January
According to an announcement
received from Rabbi Adolph Bur-
ger, of Rodoph Sholoni Congrega-
tion. Tampa, plans are being made
tor the holding of a convention in
Miami and Miami Beach during
the month of January for the re-
cently formed Conference of Ortho-
dox and Conservative Rabbis of
Florida. In plans formulated at the
recent conference held in Orlando,
provision Is made for the forma-
tion of an association of laymi n
from the entire state, according to
the announcement of Rabbi Bur-
ger who Is president of the
elation of Rabbis.
Each Conservative and Orthodox
Congregation will be asked to send
lay delegates to the convention
for the purpose of working out
plans to enable the establishment
of definite rules lor the develop-
ment of synagogue work; the for-
mation of Talmud Torah and Sun-
day schools wherever passible: con-
certed action to insure Kashrus
throughout the State: establishment
of lecture courses at the Universi-
ties of the state for he teaching of
Jewish history and similar study:
and for the development of a clos-
er feeling of friendship and co-
operation between the Jewish com-
munities of the State of Florida.
Rabbis David I. Rosenbloom, S.
M. Machtei, Max Shapiro and
Julias Washer all of Miami are
members of the Executive Board of
the Rabbi's Association.
Plans for the conference include
a banquet, sightseeing tour and
other entertainment for the visit-
ing Rabbis and laymen. The local
synagogs will be asked to name
committees to aid.
Regular services begin at 5:30 p.
m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 9 a. m. followed by a sermon
in Yiddish by the Rabbi. Mincha
services begin at 5 p. m. followed
by the Shalosh Saudah with Mr.
Philip Berkowitz, treasurer of the
Congregation as host. Late Friday-
night services will begin on Friday-
evening. December 1st, with a ser-
mon by the Rabbi and important
announcements by the president of
the congregation, to be followed by
refreshments served by the Ladies
Auxiliary.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Wa.hinaton Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
The usual Friday evening early-
services begin at 5:30 with the late
services at 8:30 when the Rabbi
will preach on "The Struggle for
an Ideal." Cantor Boris Schlach-
man will chant the services. Satur-
day morning services begin at 8
with the Rabbi preaching in Yid-
dish on the Biblical portion of the
week. Sunday morning the Rabbi
will preach to the children in a
continuation of last week's ser-
monette on "Sabbath."
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
1.19 V. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
The usual early services begin at
5:30 with the late services at 8:15
when Cantor Louis Hayman will
chant the services assisted by the
choir under the direction of Can-
tor Kaminsky. Rabbi Shapiro will
preach a sermon on "Is A Particu-
lar Religious Group Gods Chosen
Denomination?" Saturday morning
the Junior Congregation will meet
at 10:30. Sunday morning the Bar
Mitzva Boy"s Club will meet at 8
a. m.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 24. 1933


>-7 PLAYISC Al Till
SOCIETY,
TlVOLl THEATRE
pie Israel Sisterhood is spon-
soring a Thanksgiving Eve supper
and card party at the home of Mr.-.
JOS Richter on Wednesday eve-
ning. November 29th. beginning at
8:30 p. m. Following the playing of
cards and during the serving of
the supper a musical program will
ted. In charge of arrange-
is a committee consisting of
Mrs. H N Levy, chairman, and Mes-
Harry Nevins. Gordon Davis.
J. Gerald Lewis and Morris Cowen
physical culture class which
daily at the tennis court of
I N. Morn-. 1776 P W 15th
he direction oi Mrs Hy-
: N. Levy has been having very
Those inter-
ested ted to join any morn-
from 9 to 1030 .. m Proceeds
the bi ni ril
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Phone 22860 _

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MONTICELLO
Poultry Market
Supplying Only the ( holcesl
l>.
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau.
w
Rehearsals for the Chanuka plays
that will be presented by the chil-
dren of Beth Jacob Sunday school
are being held daily. Two plays will
be given during Chanuka week en-
titled "By the Lights of Chanuka".
and 'Their Own People." Mrs
David I. Rosenbloom is directing
the plays. Poems and recitations
will be given by the pupils during
the ever.::
Girl.- Division ol the Y M H. A.
will meet at the clubhouse on Tues-
December 5th. begln-
,-. 8:30 when initiation of
members will be held In chargi
, : monii an Miss Elsie Rete-
ll, chairman, and the Missi -
Theda Maurer. IS
and Shirley E.
Plant foi a skating partj I t>
by the
Divisloi Y M H A

Shirley Elkin. assl Ml
s. irlej Wallach. Evelyn Mark.-.
Lillian Rubin and Nellie Schafl m
thai'
a a a
:.:. all da; ::-' '' '
: Senioi Ha< ill !)
: at the home of Mrs. J,
Monday November _'T
! inning al 10 A M with Mrs
nuel ECatz
ml Wi Ifan Bureau I Hadas-
in ch
a
ol card
tii
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; at the home ol Mrs Ell U vln
Sunday evenini Following I
il :ci.- a briel musl a
: and dell
ed. Pro-
ed lor the work ol
tion.

impi rtani mi 11 In : the
her butchers oi the Oreatei
Ith thi RabbL ol the
.. ndan ai held at
I
i :.::.. an ell :' I bein made
to establish rules and regulations
[or the governing ol this important
ody to Insure Kashrus Another
will be held shortly and a
joint statement by local Rabbis will
sued following the final ar-
angements.
Live IJ
At K.-.i-.-.n 11.1.- Prices
'oultry
Strictly Kosher
Rev. Jacob I). Katz
87 WASHINGTON AVE.
(or. 1st St.i
MIAMI BEAC H
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Formerly Stone's Market
Phone .'.-9277
, being one of 14 out of 54 candidates
ho successfully met the test for
admittance to the bar.
Mr. Pallot was educated at
Northeastern University C. B. A..
Staley College. Sulfolk Law School
! L.L.B., Boston. He Is a member of
the Massachusetts Bar. Huntington
and University Clubs. Coconut
Grove Lodge of Masons, B. P. O.
Elks. Mr. Pallot is entering the ac-
i\e practice of law at 428-32 Sey-
bold building.
JENNIE CERHARDT
Rev. Jacob D. Katz lor the past
six years a prominent shoched on
Monticello. N. Y.. arrived here re-
cently and established the Monti-
cello Poultry Market for the sale
ol live poultry, at 87 Washington
ave Miami Beach. Rev. Katz is
now secretary of the 'Agudas Ha-
shochtim" of Sullivan-Ulster coun-
ties of New York, and though a
young man has established a splen-
did reputation among the members
See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY If IT O A ICI I? OWN DAILY
and SUNDAY MU jA 1 O L j and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Uwhtnhlp CHIEF WILLIAM M.KIM.KY OSCEOLA
V W. 1 .,. I if ih Aitnw and Sl.li-.nlh Mr <
i... tt......n PLAGLER ST. la I'TTII AVE.. Turn Sorth
Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM
Sff (..n.i> Hill, a Rral Krminolr Indian. Wrallt the Allinalnr
Indian Trading PostHandiwork for Sale
TO GBT THERETk An For-Hire Cat or Drlrt >-i on i i.,.-i.r
and North on 27ih A>*nur
ion and with the
ilnent Rabbis lea
Quit.
ippei
by the Ladies Auxiliary ol th(
Jl '.' :.-:. i )i hi dox I' :
tion last Sunday night when thi
"Dutch' supper of the C
.id Cards v. i .
a prize being won by Mrs. Joseph
Shonfeld for high score, and :!>.-
dividual prizes being awarded at
each table. Following raid.- supper
was served bv the hostesses Mrs
Win Cleln and Mrs. Harry Kotkin.
a a a
. sidni plaj i i .i
.arm for men brings
her m happlm
in the screen versloi
:. .. Ji nnie Ger-
hardi which come.- to thi i Ivoll
:. xl Sunday and Monday.
The film follows the plot ol the
. novel faithfully Jennii Oer-
ardl .. .i woman who hi
: ii effi ol her beauty
upon men. She yield.- to an I
ly Senator. In love with her. bi -
ol her gratitude for thi
sistance hi give her povi
stricken family. But he Is killed In
an aci Idi:.' befi n the; can b -
married, and their child is born
Starting her life anew, she is
swept off her leet by the brother
of her wealthy employer and f( :
yean they enjoy their happlm
until he learns ol her child. His re-
action is starling, and its effects on
Jennie tragic
a a a
A large and well pleased audience
applauded the three-act farce com-
edy "The Whole Town's Talking."
which Junior Hadassah presented
recently at the Temple Theater The
cast included many amateur at-
' tors and actresses well known to
Miami theater-goers, and was di-
rected by Mrs Dale James, long
! known in theater circles in Miami
Ushers in evening gowns added
a gay no'e to the occasion, and in-
cluded Miss Reggie Goldstein. Mis
Dorothy Roth. Miss Pauline Lasky,
Miss Retta Mersen. Miss Dorothy
Brill. Miss Bea Silver, and Mist
Ida Schneidman.
Members of the cast included
Charles Tobin. Miss Lyl Chisling,
Mllllcent Rubin. Joe Davis
Emanuel Weinkle. Leo Chaiken.
Miss Sophie Silver. Miss Lillian
Freed. Miss Ruth Davis. Miss Hana
Mack. Miss Sylvia Rayvis Berl
Schoenberg. and Mis Glad] Max

A. E. Pallot was recently sworn m
as a member of the Florida Bar;
Modern Store To
Open At Beach
Opening its doors for the first
time next Thursdaj November 30.
the National Kosher Market al
424-426-428 Collins ave Miami
Beach, will welcome the Jewish
public to the lamest modernly
equipped kosher market m the
South The store building which
re ntlj bei n i ompleted
... contain four completi food de-
partments, groceries and delicates-
sen, meats and poultrj ri ill and
tables, and fish, all designed to
. the shopper
her lood requirement under one
: and at the lea i ffori and
tremble. The grocery and meat de-
partmi ni Is under thi manai i
ol Wm Mechlowltz ai d Jack
ler. both well known In the lo-
cal community and merchants ol
standing and experience in this
line, 1 hi rami .. trl tly kosher
: Sinai Kosher Delicatessen
will bi sold, as will the Breakstone
Dairj Products Appetizers, smoked
. i. and domestii
anned ds ol the
... :>. available at all
i sher meat
and poultry department will be the
well known Miami butcher Adolph
Daum who has established a repu-
tation for strict kashrus at his
Miami establishment known as
Damn.- Kosher Market. A full and
complete line of the choicest beef,
veal, lamb and a complete assort-
ment of poultry of every kind can
be had at the shortest notice, at
reasonable prices The vegetable
and fruit department is in charge
of Louis Handel of Miami Beach
who is well known in this line and
Who has established the reputation
ol carrying only the choicest and
; fruits and vegetables for
the consuming public. Delicacies In
tin- line can be had at all times.
Mr. Loui- GratZ, well known Miami
Hi ,,i h lood purveyor, is in charge ol
Mk fish department which will
.,:: only strictly fresh caught
fish daily to insure the finest and
best lor the public. A variety of
fish dear to the Jewish public will
h, in i lalized in. The entire store
will be operated on the principle
of the finest and best of quality
lor the mist reasonable pile.
deliveries will be made at all
hours.
*
WHEN DINING OUT
' Remember The

i Palatial kosher
Restaurant

265 N E 2nd Si

Miami's Only Kosher Ite-taiiran
i Prices Reasonable
a
j Special
t Thanksgiving Dinner
.Thursday. November 30t'
[JOHN W. BURKEl
[Funeral Advisor & Directoil
Serving Miami and Miamian
151* West Fiagler st.
Phone 2-1314
SIDKBOTTOM
Ice Cream Co.
2424 N. W. 7th Ave.
I 100 W. Hauler SI.
731 V W. llih SI.
PHONE ?-:ii2
Everyone seems greatly unlm-
d by Hit Ni.- sweeping vlc-
the polls, such popularity
they figure, must be prearranged.

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opens 6 30
p.m. Sundat ]
Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20
Sunday-Monday, Nov. 28-29
WILLIAM POWELL
JOAN BLONDELL
"Lawyer Man"

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STOP AT
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OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
Our l-ish arc the freshest Caught by our own boats daily
If it is Sea l-ood, we have it at its very best, and at attractively
low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food Is in ob-
servance with all the sanitary rules and reflations.


Friday. November 24, 1933
THE JEWISH
FLOKIDIAN
THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
IM IH.ISIIF.II KVKRY FRIDAY
b> Hit
KIHTOKIAI. OFFICES:
121 S. W. 13th Avrnue Phone 2-118J
.1. Kills SIMM III I Editor
H(l.l) K. 8HOCBBT, < ir.ulntion Managrr
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Entered as Mcond clan nmii.t July 4.
DSO, hi the Post Offlc* at Miami, Florida,
iinder llie Art of Mar.-h 8, 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SlllSt RII'TION
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line Year.......$2.0*
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"nt home" in Jerusalem, "thus
enabling us at the same time to
build up the Hebrew University."
Dr. Magnes was quite right when
he declared that no matter how
sincerely and hospitably these Ger-
nwisil FI.OKIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. man-Jewish nun ol scholurshin are >. u.
P. >- !.. 21.7:1 weleomsd ,,, ,. """rsrap are A Night in Roumania" was prc-
Mlami. Florida Phone 2-1183 '*" d "' *" universities sented as a benefit by the women's
- ';,';;'A,;rr,,-a- "M ta "oi >* ^mPu- Roaoiai so-
to n, a '",' ", BenU'ne" lom Sunday "* Nw ** at
wisn to keep them .so sincerely as
here in Jerusalem,
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THE
GIAOM
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Marriage often consists of a man
thinkin' about the next meal while
his wife thinks about the next deal.
When you confide in a married
woman you are probably confiding
in her husband also.
Roumanian dishes was served at 6
o'clock and the entertainment a 1st
was in Roumanian style.
among their
brothers." The notable work of
such bodies as the American Mends
ol the Hebrew University and the
American Jewish Physicians Com-
mittee, and the generosity ol men
and women like Senator Van den
Bergh oi Holland and Mrs Felix
M. Warburg have made possible
this expansion a, the Hebrew Unl- Mm
verslty. it is no! too much to say
that small as the number of pro-
lessors appointed Is, 11 constitute.-
one of the mot valuable and most
permanent undertakings In behali
noi only ol the Oerman Jews bin
of science and learning.
When you want to give a bridge
player the glad hand, deal him
The party was arranged under ,nirteen spades,
the direction of Mrs. Cha.s. MarkO- ------------
witz, chairman, and Mrs. I. Lieb-
man .assistant chairman, assisted
by the following ladies. Mrs. H
Peckett. Mrs. Joe Abramovitz. Mrs.
L. Gordon. Mrs. H. Perlman. and
Vol. 6 No. 46
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1933
The Initiative
Must Be Ours
Miss Pearl Buchman entertained
last Wednesday evening. Nov. 16th.
at 8:30 p. m. at the Mirasol Hotel.
Davis Island, with a bridge and
shower lor Miss Ruth Weber whose
ngagemenl to her brother. Mr.
Manuel Buchman. was announced
recently. Mrs. i. Segal won the
high prize in auction, and Mrs I
Rippa, the high in contract. Miss
The statement on the recent Elizabeth Abramovitz was lucky in
Palestine disturbances issued under the cut. Dainty refreshments were
Let Us Not He
Shortsighted
I spluttered and stammered.
And gasped but in vain,
I struggled and strangled.
And struck at the swain!
I was done for. I knew.
Without further thought.
Accepted my fate.
So carelessly wrought!
The street car had started.
He grabbed for the strap.
And pawed at the air.
Fell into my lap!
It may not be etiquette to pre-
cede the father of your best girl
downstairsbut sometimes it i.s
policy.
Lots of men with traces of great-
ness in their makeup spoil every-
thing by kicking over the traces.
Truth crushed to earth in poli-
tics rises again, but under new man-
agement.
There's many a tip twixt the cup
and the lipin the bottom road-
house.
After a man has made his pile
he believes in himself instead ol
luck.
The Palestine riots, which took a
toll of thirty lives, are over and the
tension and (ear which gripped the
country are gradually being allay-
ed because the populace, Jews and
Arabs, respect the sincerity and
goodwill of High Commissioner
Wauchope who demonstrated firm- j
ness and tact in dealing with an
Ugly situation. Although the de-
monstration which led to blood- ,
shed were directed only against the
Hniish authorities for permitting
Jewish immigration, the truth is
that the bullets fired at the British
troops were really meant for the
Jews. The Arab leaders deliberate-
ly incited their people to violence.
They took advantage of the wide
Jewish demand for increased Jew-
ish immigration and stimulated un-
warranted fears in the Arab peas-
ants. Now that order is being re-
tored it is imperative that the po-
lltlcal department of the Jewish
Agency move swiftly to negotiate
a lasting and equitable rapproche-
ment with responsible Arab spokes-
men. There are Arabs leaders Who
desire to live m peace with the Jews
and who understand and appreciate
Vhai the Jewish development has
meant for the Arab masses. Such
an agreement must be reached if
riots and disturbances and demon-
Lrations are to be avoided. The
nine is past when pious expressions
of good will can suffice. Concrete
action that will once and for all
Move to the Arab masses and then-
able leaders that the Jews
are in Palestine to stay and that
the Jews are anxious to cooperate
i verything with the Arabs is the
crying need. Just because Jewish
We and property were not injured
in the recent riots, the Jewish lead-
ers can take the initiative in call-
iiii.' a round table conference with
the responsible Arab leaders
the name ol Morris Rothenberg,
president ol the Zionist Organiza-
tion Of America, seems to US to re-
veal a reluctance to deal realisti-
cally with the situatm In Pale-line
Mr. Rothenberg expressed regret at
the riots and resultant deaths oi
Arabs and members of the British
served by the hostess and there
were about 4.r> guests present.
Don't let your neighbor know the
lull extent of your ignorance.
Miss Dorothy and Miss Ruth
Snyder entertained jointly last
Thursday evening. Nov. 16th, at
their home, 807 South Rome Ave
police force and at the same time at a party and shower for Miss
emphasized that the Jews had not Minnie Cracowaner. Games were
been aitaeked. thus regrettably giv- played, in which original score
ing the impression that Zionists are cards with sea .shells and straw-
Men may come and men may go
but the lent-umbrella joke goes on
forever.
It's too much to expect crass-bred
dogs to be amiable.
Occasionally a small boy tries to
keep clean so that he won't have to
be washed.
All women are born to love and
be loved, and they fight it out on
that line.
Don't think that because a man
Is an expert mathematician he al-
ways counts with the fair sex.
not actually concerned with the
disorders. Any impartial political
Mowers In a bridal motif were used.
Miss Birdie Katz received the first
observer must admit that although prize and Miss Charlotte Smith
Overheard at a bridge party lasi
night 'Nov. 15):
"... have all gone into the
swamps."
"... hope they get their 'por-
tion of anatomy bounded on the
north by the diaphragm and on tin
What a pity it Is that people who
worry over trifles haven't some-
thing worth while to worry them.
In sentencing a nude, a judge
who fits his punishments to the
crime said. "Thirty days in cold
storage."
the Arab agitators fired at the Brit- made the winning cut. A mlscel- south by hip boots' full this year."
ish police they were really aiming laneous shower of gifts was pre-
at the Jewish settlers The Arab
demonstrations were organized in
order to convince the British au-
thorities in a drastic manner that
the Arab Executive would not ac-
cept silently the increased Jewish
influx. Under these circumstances theater party Sunday evening. Nov.
sented to the bride-elect, after
which a salad course, emphasizing
a blue and gold color scheme, was
served.

The Merry-fellows Club gave a
"... water without burning it'
My dear, they have cold canned
beans lor breakfast."
"... enough sense to put all thl
bedding on the double cote and
sleep three deep."
We believe that the policy of Zion-
ist leadership must be directed al
convincing public opinion that the
Arab Executive does not represent
Arab sentiment. Zionist leadership
19th. in compliment to Miss Min-
nie Cracowaner. whose engagement
to Irvin Salsbury was announced
recently. Guests gathered at the
Park Theater for the 7 o'clock show
Where They
Really Belong
The creation of fourteen new pro-
orships for exiled Oerman-
Jewish scholars at the Hebrew Uni-
versity as part of the significant
expansion program undertaken by
the University at the beginning of
cannot permit the impression to and a dancing party was held later.
spread that Jewish aspirations m This is one of several parties given
Palestine are solely dependent on for this couple whose marriage will
British bayonets and flying squad- take place next month,
ions. To take the attitude that the The regular meeting of the Met -
Jews are merely bystanders, almost ryfellows will be held Wednesday
unconcerned BS to What happens to evening. Nov. 22nd. of of next week
the Arabs, is indeed shortsighted at 8 o'clock and in the future. be-
Now is the time for the Jewish cause of basketball practice on
Tuesday evenings, Wednesday Is the
regular meeting date.
In simpler days one had only to
know his A. B. C.'s and mind his
P's and Q's. Today you must know
all about the R.F.C.. the N.R.A.. the
C.C.C. 'two of 'em in factl. tin
C.W.A. and the P.W.A.and some
dozen or more others. Hence the
troubled citizen's frequent SOS.
Agency Executive to publicly re-
quest the British Government to
arrange for a round table confer-
ence between Jewish and Arab
The first of a series of lectures on
When Father Ab dug in a slab
With flint to show his visions
He meant to show what we now
know
Through searching his Incisions
His life at best was full of zest.
At least so we decipher,
For in his life were perils rife
As now. or maybe rifer.
A nude can never make-believe.
Although a nude may pose.
How can he "laugh into his sleeve."'
When he has on no clothes?
A nudist robbed a bank. "Bare-
faced robbery" is inadequate here.
Sport note: A nude nine may
tour the country in the manner of
the House of David base ball stars
This is unfair competition, as they
have no uniforms and beards to
keep up.
An answers editor is asked why.
if America was discovered in '92.
the Columbian Exposition was held
in '93. It's something about the
difference in Central Standard
Time.
We can try to efface prohibition
from our memories, but the scal-
lops left on hotel furniture by bot-
tle tops will remain an eyesore for
years.
leaders Tin' Jewish ease as regards modern literature will be presented
Louisiana Is drawing $650,000
the development in Palestine i.s so by Edward Hinkley of the English For all we know his labored crow from the CWA for tick eradication.
We thought the spread of electric
unassailable that such a confer- Department of the University of Was even then thought regal:
ence which the Arab Executive Tampa, at the meeting of the Tarn- But still we'll bet. unheard was yet.
would probably refuse to attend but pa branch of the National Council "Don't chisel on the eaf which would have some Arab repre- ol Jewish Women Nov. 29th. at the
sentationwould throw the spot- university. His subject for the lee- With repeal a fact, there will be
light on the actual figures in con- ture will be "The Modern English changes in the annual New Years
nection with the building of the Saga." The lectures will be free to rite of watching the old year and a
Jewish National Homeland. It members of the council and their couple of dry agents pass out.
would show that the recent Oer- children of high school or college
man-Jewish immigration is below age.
clocks was seeing to this.
10.000. that it is being readily ab-
sorbed and that Zionist policy
want a peaceful understanding
with the Arab population.
Nazis Oust Jewish Students from
Budapest University
Budapest Rioting Nazi students
staged in anti-Jewish demonstra-
"Were you in the army?"
"Yes, I served overseas."
"Did you get a commission?"
"No. just a straight salary."
Man 'getting shave i "Barber,
will you please get me a glass of
water?"
Barber"What i.s the matter, a
hair in your throat?"
Man"No. I want to see if my
throat leaks."
Rabbi Adolph Burger conducts
services every Friday evening at 8
p. m. Saturday mornings at 9 a. m.
Sunday school is held every Sun- Have patience, General. If Moses
day morning at 10 a. m. and He- wire walking the earth he would
brew School three afternoons a
week. The temple Is located at the
corner of Palm Ave. and Jefferson
ii. .,;...! / r.v. Him nn the campus of the Buda- i St., and is conservative.
" ninth academic year is. as Chan- lion on tin auuyu ,
still be trying to put over his mas-
ter code.
A sultan at odds with his harem
Thought of a way he could scarrm
He caught a mouse,
Let it loose in the house.
Thus starting the first harem -
scarem.
eellor Magnes said, "not Just a re-
tugee relief work"' but rather a
means of "giving Jewish men of
learning and of sciences a permit -
pest University where they beat up
several Jewish classmates and
A new cycle of spots on the sun
is announced at Mount Wilson. If
Mr. Aaron Barasch of Rochester. I astronomers had thought In time.
drove many others from the uni- New York, has returned to Tampa
verslty grounds. ,t0 sPcnd tne wlnter here-
they could
yeast.
have recommended
A New Jersey nonagenarian's
recipe for longevity consists of a
good drink followed by a big dish of
rice pudding, which would be all
right if a man didn't get tired of
rice pudding.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 24, 1933




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Edited by RABBI 5. M. MACHTE1
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Sunday Mornings ^'IOD, Miami. Ilorida
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_, ,. i nrevent the anti-German boycott
of Tight Anti-Nazi Boycott pre\em wre nrntpsl
________ i and to halt the anti-Nazi protest
.... i^.oirort movement here While the German
Ca.ro.-An apparent. ^ legation has denled knowledge of
antl. i such a plan, the Egyptian govern-
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"Has The Torah A Solution To Our Present
Plight?"
Scripture Reading. Leviticus. Chapter XXV. verse* 1-17. inclusive.
When I become enthusiastic and somewhat vain in my claims foi
article designed to weaken
fectiveness of the ironclad
German boycott has been published
in Al Ahram. Egypt's chief Arabic
daily, which reports that the Hitler
government is planning to boycott
Egyptian cotton beca.se of the fail-
Delaney & Beers
Kodak Kiniahlni "ncl Enlargini
I ommerrial Work and Ham* portrait.
50% Off on All Amateur Work
212 N. E. 4th St. Phone 1-5SB5
no legal means for it to halt the
bovcott of German goods.
Rare paintings are well done.
until such time as public consciousness will arise to recognize that mar.
is his brothers keeper and not his brothers cheater and murderer, we
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the words 'our present plight." My answer la always "Yes". That may
times, sound as an extravagant claim
,h, Tor.h .nd .h, *m ol it, la,., pr.cl tollvldutl. With >* *all lvo dopr^iom.-conai.ion, which mult Iron, m
, ,m'.v M ,. rt hi.- mmUl MM in .nd ol .hi, ,.r- dWrlbniion ol wealth The Torch ha. a -_! <* <*<>
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J P.r The ,,., implle, on, _- eo= o, ^-J--*^"HS aC5 a= S
ing freight for long periods. It appears that when freight is unloaded at
the docks, which are leased from the city, the steamship companies hold
But. it is not Time did not permit me to read all of the 25th chapter ^ ^ ^^ ^^ Ume ^ ^ conslgnee calls for it A merchan. may
of the Book of Leviticus during the scripture reading. Nor did I mention ^ ^^ ^^ Qf ^^ and unab)e tQ ^ tne cnarges witnin tne 24.
the other sources for the laws governing the Shmitah and the Yo\ail, ^^ ^.^ after arrjva, The sM.amship company has been In the habit
sabbatical Year .-.nd the Jubilee Year.which air found In the Pen- o( noldlng the frelgnt till called {or bv the merchant or the private con-
tateuch. To even attempt to reveal the Talmudic and rabbinic rulings on ^^ ^ ^ ^^ warenouse operators object to that. So. a new
the subject in this short sermon would be futile because so fragmentary wU| c ,he steamshlp t0mpanv to .... but let me read the
Yet. the Biblical laws, without later modification and interpretation by ^^ .^ ^ ^^ .. Thp ^ has agreed (nat lhe 24-hour time
the Sages, would appear to be prejudiced against the rights of the ^^ ^ ^^ ^ sufflclp,u and afu,r lnat time an exorbitant charge
creditor and partial to the debtor. But. in practice, they are not so. On- ^^ ^ madp wWch wouM eHher forcp tne steamsnip companies and
fortunately, the greater portion of my audience. Jews as well as non- ^^ ^ dl[rlbme tne merchandise or have It placed in storage ware-
Jews, has been deprived of the contact with the Talmud which is essen- ^ouses.,
tial for a thorough understanding of this subject.
But. to return to the question. 'Has the Torah a solution to our
present plight?'" It has. What is our plight? We speak of a depression.
We have in mind the great many unemployed, the hungry, the home-
lessin short, the poor. And that seems to be almost all-embracing, at
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There is nothing personal in this choice of an example by me. I hap-
pened to notice the news item and I cite it in proof of how much con-
sideration the average citizen is given when legislators meet The ad-
mission that the charge by the city would be 'exorbitant'' lends added
weight to my argument. The same procedure is carried through in our
keeping
this time. But. what has happened to the wealth of the world? What has psent ^ ^ wafi dunng the past years The common weal receives
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happened to the real wealth of this country? Has it diminished? How
could it have grown leas? Real wealth, true values, do not fluctuate.
They are as permanent as the earth of which they and we are a part.
Mans estimate of wealth may change The distribution of the wealth j
may vary with the times, but. the total wealth does not change, cannot
change If it has not yet been discovered by man. it exists in the bowels
of the earth. It is then necessary not to regulate wealth, but to control |
its unfair and unequal distribution through man's scheming, avarice, and j
folly. For this condition the Torah has a remedy. A remedy suited to our
present ill. The wealth of the nation has not diminished; the real worth
of the resources still exist in one form or another Our depression is a|
state of unequal distribution of wealth which has deprived the ereau-r
majority of the people of the unit of monetary exchange with which to
purchase the necessities of life.
The Laws of the Torah. providing for a Sabbatical year, once in i
seven, and for a Jubilee year, once in fifty, at which times the creditors |
released the loans, whether on real or personal property, or on the person i
of the debtor:these Sabbatical years, when the fields were thrown open
to the poor and when the owner had no more right in them than the
poor and the needy: when all that the soil produced was shared bv rich
and poor alike: these years of rest were protection against the accumula-
tion of wealth by the few.
And what of the Biblical Law. The land shall not be sold for ever;
for the land is mine for ye are strangers and sojourners with me?" Thus,
the land originally divided among the tribes remained always the proper-
ty of the :. ould be mortgaged for a number of years, more or
less 'han a Sabbat;ca: period but it could not be sold for ever. Title
could not pass to another. Loans were made with an eye to the future,
to the proximity of the next Sabbatical Year or the next Jubilee Year
The main ti iri f the Jubi 1 -the liberation ol
n of property obligations and con es, and the admission
ident-foreigners in' i:ip. Of course, there were rules govern-
ing the prescription, and no loose borrow:: lermitted The inter-
>f legitimate creditors were safeguarded. But. the rule was. "in the
year of the Jublli hall return every man unto his possi
Under our present system, a person may get into debt, with no pros-
pect of ever getting out of it. and. he will remain In debt with the load
piling up on him and bending him to ruin Under the Mosaic Law. there
were penodic releases which afford each man a fre.sh start. Our trouble
today U not so much lack of wealth as it is the predominance of debt. Our
credit system Is unwholesome, too elastic, and because operated and con-
trolled by a lew for their personal tain, is naturally detrimental to the
welfare of the majority. A creditor loans on some security or some pledge
to pay. He looks ahead to the time when the debt will not be paid and
when the object of the pledge will become his property. It surely must be
worth more than the amount of the loan. But. suppose that the object
given as securitj ould never become the property of the creditor.sup-
pose that he could have the use of it for only two or three years, until
the next Sabbatical year, his loan would be limited and the debtor would
not forfeit his property.
The Torah not only forbade greed and avarice but also provided laws
which made it difficult to practice personal aggrandizement to the detri-
ment of a fellowman. If we had followed the observance of the Shmitah
and the Yovail. we would not now be in this plight. If we had patterned
our laws with an eye to the good for the greatest number, this earth
would be a better place for men to live. But. our laws appear on the
statute books only as the result of lobbying and the influence of special
interests who stand to gain by their enactment Laws are passed by
legislators at the behest of groups with selfish motives. Seldom is the
general welfare of the whole people considered; rarely is the majority
considered. Until such time when ruling powers reckon with the prob-
lems of the masses; until such time as laws are enacted for the protec-
tion of the majority and to prevent the exploitation of the weak; until
such time as oppression of those in need shall be made unprofitable;
the last consideration. Privileged classes are favored. Every effort IS
made to direct the flow of wealth into restricted channels But. not 80
did the Torah plan for man. Every effort was made to keep the distribu-
tion of wealth as equitable as humanly possible. Yes. dear friends, the
Torah has a solution to our present plight. If only we had the vision and
the courage to avail ourselves of the remedy, man's visit upon this earth
would be beset with less hardship, and misery and suffering would be
minimized.
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A Southern Health & Life In-
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Friday. November 24. 1933
THE J EWISH FLORIDIAN
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SOCIETY
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Lawyer Man- starring William at very reasonable prices. A feature
Powell and Joan Blondell will ap-
pear at the 7th ave. Theatre this
coming Sunday and Monday in a
screen production that has met
with the approval of the show go- charge will be made
ing public. It affords these talent-
of the business will be the wrap-
ping of packages for mailing of
any article that may be brought to
the store, and only a nominal
Ml actors the opportunity to show Among those who will assist in
Jiat they have more than merited the work of arranging for the for-
;.ii hold on the affections of the mal installation of the officers of
by their own peculiar tal- the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation on December 3rd, are
people
c-nt.v
------------------------------ Mcsdame.s Milton Weiner and Nat
In opening the Lillian Gift Shop Bomber* who attended a recent
pposrte .he new Post Office. Mrs. JJJJ f ,hl' < om-
Lillian Hi'iner. will endeavor to
the public to obtain every- AIU.ntlon te directed [0 a u|mim,
.!, the way of gifts, coconut sale that la being conducted by the
and souvenirs of Florida well known firm of Bmswanger &
Co. of paints, beginning today.
Starling at the price of $1.75 per
gallon for black and other paints
of the quality O'Brien's paints,
prices will be reduced fifteen cents
daily until the entire stock cf
these paints is disposed of. Daily
prices will be shown in their show-
windows.
"Mrs. H.
South.
M Jacobs, 1234 10th Ave.
The Judaic Council held their
regular meeting at the Congrega
tion. on Monday Eve.. Nov. 20th.
There was a large attendance and
plans are being made for a Cafe-
teria Supper to be held on Dec. 17.

Mrs. Bessie Grossman and daugh-
ters have arrived from Chicago, to
spend the winter in St. Petersburg.
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1 diking Facts
i
v i In adopting the policy of supply-
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in local history, we believed that the
v i Jewish public desired kosher meats
l it prices were fair and reasonable.
WE PROPOSE TO CONTINUE
FAIR PRICES
but expect the public to co-operate
ON THE PLATFORM OF
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FAIR PRICF
we merit the support of Miami Jewry

Being the first local butcher to
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Dick Powell, who made Ins firsl
hi) in pictures as a crooner, will be
een In hie tin) straight leading
role In the Warner Bras, startling
football picture, "College Coach,"
which comes to the Paramount
theatre on Friday. .Saturday .and
Sunday.
Noi only are there exciting foot-
ball scenes In which dose to eigh-
ty of California's greatest football
stars lake pan. but the picture
gives the low down on professional-
ism in college athletic.'-, as it exists
at certain colleges.
Pal O'Brien has the title role
while Ann Dvorak in the leading
leminine part, supplies the campus
romance, Others in the cast include
Arthur Byron. Lyle Talbot. Hugh
Herbert, Arthur Hohl. Berton
Churchill and Phillip Faveraham,
William A. Wellman directed from
a screen play by Niven Busch and
Manuel Seff.
Tins picture will be shown in con-
junction With another great Wally
Vernon 8tage show featuring many
headline acts with all new comedy.
songs, dances and music.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on
Sunday morning on "A Contract
With God." In addition to the ser-
mon there will be prayers, music,
hymns, scripture reading, and a
question box.
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Sunday 20c till 6:30 P. M.
Sunday-Monday. Nov. 28-29
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DONALD COOK
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FRESH DAILY
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FISH MARKET
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360 W. FLAGLER ST.
(At the Bridge)
"If It Swims We Have It"
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's sermon at
the services on Friday Eve. at 8
('clock, at Congregation Bnai Is-
rael. 921 9th St. No., will be: "Does
the Lord Require A Vicarious Sacri-
fice for The Remission of Sins"?
An answer to local clergymen.
Saturday morning services !)
o'clock.

Sunday Social and Dance given
on Monday Eve.. Nov. 20th. by the
Social Committee of Congregation
Bnai Israel, was a grand success.
socially and financially.
. .
Election of officers took place at
the regular meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary and Aid Society of Con-
gregation Bnai Israel, resulting in
re-electing Mrs. M. Benjamin, presi-
dent. Mrs. H. M Jacobs, vice presi-
dent, re-electing Mrs. Dora Gold-
berg, treasurer, and Mrs. Stella
Goldberg was re-elected secretary

The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety are planning a Thanksgiving
card party, with a large turkey to
be awarded. Lovely refreshments
will be served and a prize to each
table. Same will be held at the
Congregation. 921 9th St. No., on
Sunday Eve.. Nov. 26th. at 8 o'clock.

Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will install
the officers of the Ladies Auxiliary
and Aid Society at a luncheon to
be held on Thursday Eve.. Nov.
23rd. at 7 o'clock, at the home of
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 24. ig
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Con-
gregation Ohev Sholem. which was
held at the home of Mrs. Joe Wolf
on Wednesday evening, was a huge
success.
NOTE
A meeting of the Orlando lodge
Order of B'nai B'rith. was held
Tuesday night in the vestry rooms
of the synagog. Two new members
were initiated. The lodge was hon-
ored with the presence of Mr.
David Davis of Jacl:sonville repre-
senting the District Grand Lodge
No. Five. His talk on the aims and
purposes of the B'nai B'rith was
well received. A social hour follow-
ed the business meeting.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haimowitz.
Mrs. B. Safer and Mrs. M. Safer
spent several days in Jacksonville.

Adolph Prinsky. of Tucson. Ari-
zona, is in Orlando for an indefi-
nite slay.
a r
Mrs. M. M. Segal is visiting rela-
tives in Jacksonville.

Harry Crannerman, of Savannah
spent several days in Orlando.
Rabbi A. Cbi&lOW, ol New York,
is in Orlando for an indefinite
stay.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sinai had sev-
eral visitors from Jacksonville this
weekend.

Miss Ruth Esther Rosen is back
at her studies after having been
routined to the Infirmary in Talla-
hassee for several days,
Italy Makes Grant to Hebrew
University
New York.A financial grant tr
the Hebrew University by the Ital-
! ian government to establish a chair
j in romance languages and 'itera-
I ture with special emphasis on Ital-
ian has Just been made, according
; to word received by Dr. A. S. W.
Rosenbach, president of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. This is the first arant by
any government to the Hebrew
University. Announcement was also
made of the establishment of a
chair in agrarian economic- spon-
sored by the Jewish National Fund.
An advertisement of Waldorf's
Cut Rate Kosher Market appear-
ing in the Jewish Floridian of last
week contained a reference to the
fact that a competitor would not
permit the "shoched" who was em-
ployed jointly by them to kill un-
less the price was raised. This com-
petitor was not "Damn's Kosher
Meat Market" who for the past
number of years have employed
Rabbi B. D. Mindel as their own
xclusive "shoched."
one time. Combining strict kashrus.
splendid cuisine and the finest of
surroundings, it will be one of the
' show places of Miami Beach. The
exact date of the opening will be
announced in an early Issue of the
Jewish Floridian.
A nudist robbed a bank. -Ba
faced robbery" is inadequate hei
KO Delegates to Attend to World
Conference on German Jews
Trotzky's Restaurant. famed
throughout the United States and
Canada will open a branch restau-
rant at Miami Beach, according to
an announcement by a member of
the firm who is now in Miami
Noted for strict observance of the
dietary laws and the splendid cui-
sine for which they are famous.
they will occupy one of the pretti-
est spots in this district and will
be able to cater to 200 guests at
London. Chief Rabbi Joseph
Hertz of England and Ne\i!le Luski
president of the Boaid of Jewish
Deputies, will be the opening speak-
ers at the World Jewish Confer-
ence called to meet here by :h"
Board to take united action in be-
half ot the German Jew?. Mi n
than 80 delegates ar expected to
attend. Other speakers at the lust
ion will be Dr. chaiui Weizmann
and representatives of the Alliano
Israelite Uiilverselle, the American
Jewish Committee, the American
Jewish Congress and \'.v Commit-
tee of Jewish Delegations.
Jack Weiss, ol New York,
visiting friends in Orlando.
is
The benefit bridge, sponsored by
What a pity it i.s that people who
worry over trifles haven't some-
thing worth while to worry them.
ANNOUNCING
the opening of the
Lillian Gift Shoppe
70 x. E. 3rd Street
Saturday, November 25th
Carrying a complete line of
gifts, coconut novelties, postcards
and souvenirs of the finest at
most reasonable prices.
Under the personal management
of Mrs. Frances firmer
Fix Your Own Price
PAINT SALE
Wt I"'"- quntlt of un-
equalled O'Brien'" Rrndv Mivrd
BLACK PAINT
in one Kullim cam which '
one reason or another we have
iwn unable to sell. h the
regular *'!"" Ballon painl
and Bood for a lam numbei o(
purpose. To dispose of this
qujekly we "ill place this on
Friday, November 24
hi the Initial price "f II."! i"-r
gallon, REDUCING the price
15c eerh dav. until the entin
supply Is sold,
Ai mi additional ind
we are placlnu on sale al the
same lime and on terms
20 Gallens (Iran**.
i. <;nll>in Moas Green
; GallenS Medium lllue
ft '. 11 i, Tan
^ Gallons Canary Yellow
O'Brien's Outside Hour
Paint
It i< Imp (hut if you wall
you may ret thin excellent paint
al a price BS low :< even 70c
per gallon bul you are
taking the chances of it bi
sold oul before you gel your
bargain price paint.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS' POH
THE DAILY PRICE
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Nov. 24-25-26
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More thrills, more giarr.or. moi
sensation than any Bio cam)
ever held.
-----On The Stage-----
WALLY VERNON
presents
"PEPPER POT REVUEl
featuring
EILEEM MERCEDES
Smari Singer of Sophisticate
Songs.
PAXTON SISTEKS
Harmony Sinners and Dante
KELLY BROTHERS
Victor Recording String Duef
BILLY AUSTIN
The Singing Vagabond
GEORGE PERES
Sensational Spanish Surpria
PARAMOUNT SPARKLETSl
PARAMOUNT STAGE BANlf
Another Great stage show
Qala Opening of
the largest modernly equipped kosher market in the South, containing the most complete assortment of groceries, delicatessen,
meats, poultry, fish and foods to delight the most exacting taste, all reasonably priced.
THURSDAY, NOV. 30th.
DELICATESSEN
A complete line of plain and fancy groceries,
the famous strictly kosher SINAI KOSHER
DELICATESSEN line including every va-
riety of smoked and pickled meats; the delici-
ous BREAKSTONE DAIRY PRODUCTS;
smoked fish, herring and appetizers both im-
ported and domestic, and dried fruits of every
kind.
Under the personal management of \VM.
MECHLOWITZ and JACK WUCHER.
MEATS
The finest of kosher meats and poultry, strict-
ly fresh and choice quality. Beef, veal, lamb,
pullets, fryers, hens, ducks and turkeys at ex-
ceedingly low prices.
In charge of the well known kosher butch-
er ADOLP11 DAI M. proprietor of Damn's
kosher Market in Miami.
v
^ The choicest fruits and vegetables, fresh daily from the groves and gardens.
PTillt*S comP,Tclc assortment to enable the housewife to make her choice with ease.
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Under the management of the well known LOl'lS IIANDEL.
Fish
The finest of fresh caught fish caught daily to delight the Jewish home. A complete
assortment to please every taste and desire and to meet every need. Under the per-
sonal management of the well known LOUIS GRATZ.
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wJewisli Floridiafi Vol. 6. No. 46 Jewish News Around The World LOR IDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1933 Price Five Cents Rabbis Address Lakeland Starts Y.M.H.A. Shows f Local Women New Synagogue Varied Activity | Ann ouncements Bee Catholicism and Protestism Joining Fight Against Nazi Regime Berlin.—The possibility that world Catholicism and Protestantism may Shortly join world Jewry in opposition to the Nazi regime in Germany waa seen here as the result (i! growing tension between the Hitler government and the Vatican because of the Pope's concern at Germany's failure to apply the Concordat and because of mount in opposition on the part of Protestant ministers in Germany to the Nazification of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. In many parts of Germany anti-Nazi Protestant ministers are holding secret catacomb meetings where tiny preach to their congregations against Hitlensm. The Rev. Martin Niemaeler, a former submarine captain and long a member of the Nazi party. was suspended for his public opposition to anti-Semitism in the church as wa-s the Rev. E. F. Radernau, In order to prevent a loss of votes in the election they were reinstated at the last moment. The arrest ol former Chancellor Wilbelm Marx and eight other prominent members of the CatholicCentre party on trumped up charges of fraud and treason have in(I the tension between the government and the Catholics. In Catholic Bavaria anti-Nazi feeling is also increasing and hardly a day passes without the courts sentencing people for expressing critical opinions of the Nazi regime. Mac Donald. Refugee High Commissioner, Reaches Geneva Nearly two hundred women attended the formal installation for the officers ol the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau las! Monday at Kaplan Hall. Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan. 8. M. Machtei. David I. Hosenbloom. Max Shapiro and Julius Washer were the guests of honor and delivered brief addresses. Mrs. Milton Weiner chairman of the arrangements committee welcomed the guests and then presented Mrs. Hyman H. Levy who was toastmistress. The Invocation wa given by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Musical numbers heard during the afternoon were by Mrs. Morris Cowan who was accompanied by Miss Mildred Greenberg at the piano, and Mrs. Barney Kratt who was accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence 8apero. Mrs. Max Dobrin president ot the Miami chapter of Senior Hada-sail then introduced Mrs. (. Winer of Chattanooga. Tenn.. the representative ol the Southern Regional District of Hadassah who delivered a lengthy and interesting address on Palestine. Mis. Meyer Schwartz president of the Auxiliary gave a report of the activities of the organization for the past yeai and stressed the necessity lor concerted action towards raising much larger funds for the work of the organization during the coining Mai because of the closing of the 'community Chest. Mrs. Levy then installed the Officers. Plans lor the Chanuka supper for the benefit of the Welfare Bureau to be held on December 17th w.n announced. Last Sunday evening a large number of the Jewish residents of Lakeland gathered in the recently acquired Synagogue building to organize under the direction of Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa. The Rabbi conducted the Maariv service and then delivered a very Inspiring talk on the duties of a Jew and his obligations tc his young and his people. The Synagogue will be known as The Jewish Alliance of Lakeland. Officers elected were: president. Mr. Boyer; vice president, Mr. Silverstein; treasurer. Mr. Slackman, and secretary. Mr. Rosen. Mrs. Rosen was chosen to head the Ladies Auxiliary ol the Congregation. Regular services will be held every Friday evening and Saturday Rabbi Burger organized the Hebrew and Sunday school With Mesdames Rosen and Schneider in ( barge. Following the addresses and business meeting. refreshments were served. On Sunday. November 26th, Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg will address the newly organized congregation. Geneva.Ready to begin his heavy task of dealing with the problem of refugees from Germany, James G. MacDonald. the high mml8Sloner for German reluarrived here and Immediately into conference with M. A\e•i I secretary-general ol the League and later met briefly with Dr. Chalm Weizman. chairman of the peclal Jewish committee to coordinate relief plans for GermanJewish refugees. i Ind Tablets Containing Writings Pre-Dating Oldest Known Hebrew Scripts New York.—Ancient tablets In archaic Hebrew discovered three years ago by French archcologists at Ras Shamra, on the coast of ria, contain writings dating from 1400 B. C, nearly 600 years before the earliest known Hebrew writings, and show remarkable resemblances '" passages from the Old Testament, in some instances being almost verbatim with the Biblical text, according to Sir Charles Marston. British archeologist. who announced the decipherment of the tablets by French scholars. The writing on the tablets refers to sacrifices mentioned in the Books of Exodus, Leviticus. Numbers and Deuteronomy and contain forty definite links with the Mosaic Code. Temple Juniors \id German Jews Sabbath school pupils of Temple Israel in Miami will make contributions on Sunday. November 26th, lo a fund that is being raised throughout the United States by Jewish sabbath school children lor the benefit of the Jewish youth of Germany, it "as announced here yesterday by Pauline Baerwakl. National Chairman of the Junior Division ot Hie American Jewish Joint rlbution Committee. This fund. MiSS Baerwald stated, is intended M a concrete expression by the Jewish Children of America of sympathy lor their ostracized and suffering comrades In the Reich. Their contributions will be included in the German Relief Fund campaign for $2,000,000 now being conducted by the parent organization. -The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Jewish youth organizations associated with the Junior branch of the Joint Distribution Committee in this effort are the National FederB tlon of Young Folks Temple Leagues. the Young People's I eagui of the United Synagogue, the Collegiate Branch of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations Young Judea. the Menorah Society. Young Israel, and Aleph Zadek Aleph. the Junior Bnai B'rith. New Officers To Be Installed Plans for the gala installation dinner lor the officers o! the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation are being made by a joint committee of the Congregation and its Ladies Axillary, Mesdames J. Louis ShoChet, Nathan Adelman. and Win Clein. and Messrs. H. M. Drcvieh. Max Rappaport and Max Mintzer are in charge of the affair. Plans provide for the formal installation, a number of addresses by prominent speakers and a musical program. The event will be held on Sunday evening. December 3rd. full details of which will be announced in our next issue. Hadassah Guest Talks To Juniors Mrs. George Winer, southern regional representative from Chattanooga, was guest speaker at the meeting of Junior Hadassah Monday evening in Kaplan Hall Her talk concerned life in Palestine, and particularly those projects for which Junior Hadassah works. Final plans are being completed for the annual turkey trot to be given Tuesday evening, November 28th, at the Casa Loma Hotel. A selected six-piece orchestra will play for dancing, and a dance contest will be a feature of the entertainment. Five turkeys will be raffled off during the evening. Tickets for the dance may be purchased only at the door. Miss Reggie Goldstein and MLss Rase Sowers are co-chairmen of the dance, assisted by Miss Gladys Max, Miss Sylvia Rayvis, Mrs. William Elman, and Miss Rose Cromer. The resignation ol Murray Kellman as secretary of the Y. M. H. A was received with regret at the last meeting ol the organization and expressions of thanks for his sincere work in the past was recorded. Sol Rotford was chosen to succeed him and immediately assumed his duties. The resignation of Al Rosenfeld as house chairman was accepted with sincere re fret and expressions ol appreciation for oast work was recorded. The Y. M. H. A. is now forming a Hebrew and Hebrew History group which will begin soon. All desiring to enter are urged to enroll immediately Plans for participation by the Y M II. A. in the unveiling of the tombstone to the late Ernie Weinkle were discussed and will be announced shortly. Reports on tl>" basket ball team and the physical Culture class under Milt Traeger showed considerable activity. The basket ball team meets weekly for practice and selections for the team will be made soon. The diamond ball team was victorious m its play last week and is expected to continue its winning stride from now on. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N, E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Services will begin at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan has chosen for his subject "Hyphenated Americans." Last Friday evening Dr. Kaplan was in the pulpit of Beth Israel, the Reform Congregation of West Palm Beach, speaking in the interest of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. This is an annual event when all the Rabbis visit neighboring congregations. Religious school is held in Kaplan Hall each Sunday from ten to | twelve. There is a beginners class in Hebrew at nine thirty each Sun' day morning. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) I..1-. S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi onference To Be Held January According to an announcement received from Rabbi Adolph Burger, of Rodoph Sholoni Congregation. Tampa, plans are being made tor the holding of a convention in Miami and Miami Beach during the month of January for the recently formed Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis of Florida. In plans formulated at the recent conference held in Orlando, provision Is made for the formation of an association of laymi n from the entire state, according to the announcement of Rabbi Burger who Is president of the elation of Rabbis. Each Conservative and Orthodox Congregation will be asked to send lay delegates to the convention for the purpose of working out plans to enable the establishment of definite rules lor the development of synagogue work; the formation of Talmud Torah and Sunday schools wherever passible: concerted action to insure Kashrus throughout the State: establishment of lecture courses at the Universities of the state for he teaching of Jewish history and similar study: and for the development of a closer feeling of friendship and cooperation between the Jewish communities of the State of Florida. Rabbis David I. Rosenbloom, S. M. Machtei, Max Shapiro and Julias Washer all of Miami are members of the Executive Board of the Rabbi's Association. Plans for the conference include a banquet, sightseeing tour and other entertainment for the visiting Rabbis and laymen. The local synagogs will be asked to name committees to aid. Regular services begin at 5:30 p. m. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. followed by a sermon in Yiddish by the Rabbi. Mincha services begin at 5 p. m. followed by the Shalosh Saudah with Mr. Philip Berkowitz, treasurer of the Congregation as host. Late Fridaynight services will begin on Fridayevening. December 1st, with a sermon by the Rabbi and important announcements by the president of the congregation, to be followed by refreshments served by the Ladies Auxiliary. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Wa.hinaton Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi The usual Friday evening earlyservices begin at 5:30 with the late services at 8:30 when the Rabbi will preach on "The Struggle for an Ideal." Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant the services. Saturday morning services begin at 8 with the Rabbi preaching in Yiddish on the Biblical portion of the week. Sunday morning the Rabbi will preach to the children in a continuation of last week's sermonette on "Sabbath." BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 1.19 V. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi The usual early services begin at 5:30 with the late services at 8:15 when Cantor Louis Hayman will chant the services assisted by the choir under the direction of Cantor Kaminsky. Rabbi Shapiro will preach a sermon on "Is A Particular Religious Group Gods Chosen Denomination?" Saturday morning the Junior Congregation will meet at 10:30. Sunday morning the Bar Mitzva Boy"s Club will meet at 8 a. m.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 24. 1933 >7 PLAYISC Al Till SOCIETY, TlVOLl THEATRE pie Israel Sisterhood is sponsoring a Thanksgiving Eve supper and card party at the home of Mr.-. JOS Richter on Wednesday evening. November 29th. beginning at 8:30 p. m. Following the playing of cards and during the serving of the supper a musical program will ted. In charge of arrangeIS a committee consisting of Mrs. H N Levy, chairman, and MesHarry Nevins. Gordon Davis. J. Gerald Lewis and Morris Cowen physical culture class which daily at the tennis court of I N. Morn-. 1776 P W 15th •he direction oi Mrs Hy: N. Levy has been having very Those interested ted to join any mornfrom 9 to 1030 .. m Proceeds the bi ni ril %  % % % % % % % % % % %  H %  AUCTION %  ... %  fjOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER" %  \\I) STORAGE CO.. Inc. %  %  1000 N E 1st Avenue %  %  MONDAY ALL DAY %  2Household (ioods and FurnitureB of every description %  %  RAT WRIGHT, Auctioneer m %  Phone 22860 %  %  %  %  Veranda (Jrille "T I W. Klanlrr Mr,n 'al Mb AT*.) j I Delicious Home < ooked Meals LUNCHEON—30 CENTS DINNER—50 ( KM > SAVE SAVE ( I I VMM, a %  %  PRESSING %  Your (.arm.ni\r. Handled <>nl> B] Eiparta H, '• SUNSHINE CLEANERS 1 ii-i 12 N. W. 12th ivtnac fMONTICELLO Poultry Market Supplying Only the ( holcesl l>. the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. • • w Rehearsals for the Chanuka plays that will be presented by the children of Beth Jacob Sunday school are being held daily. Two plays will be given during Chanuka week entitled "By the Lights of Chanuka". and 'Their Own People." Mrs David I. Rosenbloom is directing the plays. Poems and recitations will be given by the pupils during the ever.:: Girl.Division ol the Y M H. A. will meet at the clubhouse on TuesDecember 5th. begln,-.• 8:30 when initiation of members will be held In chargi : %  monii an Miss Elsie Retell, chairman, and the Missi Theda Maurer. IS and Shirley E. Plant foi a skating partj I t> by the Divisloi Y M H A %  • Shirley Elkin. assl Ml s. irlej Wallach. Evelyn Mark.-. Lillian Rubin and Nellie Schafl m thai' a a a : %  .:. all da; :: -' • %  % %  %  : Senioi Ha< ill !) % %  : at the home of Mrs. J, Monday November _'T inning al 10 A M with Mrs nuel ECatz ml Wi Ifan Bureau I Hadasin ch • • a ol card tii %  '.'. : kmi :. C ; at the home ol Mrs Ell U vln • Sunday evenini Following I il :ci.a briel musl a : and dell ed. Proed lor the work ol tion. • • • impi rtani mi 11 In : the her butchers oi the Oreatei Ith thi RabbL ol the %  .••• ndan • ai held at I i :.::.. an ell :' I bein made to establish rules and regulations [or the governing ol this important •ody to Insure Kashrus Another will be held shortly and a joint statement by local Rabbis will sued following the final arangements. Live I J At K.-.i-.-.n 11.1.Prices 'oultry Strictly Kosher Rev. Jacob I). Katz 87 WASHINGTON AVE. (or. 1st St.i MIAMI BEAC H I I I + Formerly Stone's Market Phone .'.-9277 being one of 14 out of 54 candidates ho successfully met the test for admittance to the bar. Mr. Pallot was educated at Northeastern University C. B. A.. Staley College. Sulfolk Law School L.L.B., Boston. He Is a member of the Massachusetts Bar. Huntington and University Clubs. Coconut Grove Lodge of Masons, B. P. O. Elks. Mr. Pallot is entering the ac•i\e practice of law at 428-32 Seybold building. JENNIE CERHARDT Rev. Jacob D. Katz lor the past six years a prominent shoched on Monticello. N. Y.. arrived here recently and established the Monticello Poultry Market for the sale ol live poultry, at 87 Washington ave Miami Beach. Rev. Katz is now secretary of the 'Agudas Hashochtim" of Sullivan-Ulster counties of New York, and though a young man has established a splendid reputation among the members See the Primitive Everglades at OPEN DAILY If IT O A ICI I? OWN DAILY and SUNDAY MU jA 1 O L £j and SUNDAY SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Uwhtnhlp CHIEF WILLIAM M.KIM.KY OSCEOLA V W. 1 %  ,•. I if ih Aitnw and Sl.li-.nlh Mr % % % %  < i... tt n PLAGLER ST. la I'TTII AVE.. Turn Sorth Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM Sff (..n.i> Hill, a Rral Krminolr Indian. Wrallt the Allinalnr Indian Trading Post—Handiwork for Sale TO GBT THERE—Tk An For-Hire Cat or Drlrt >-i on i i.,.-i.r and North on 27ih A>*nur ion and with the ilnent Rabbis lea Quit. ippei by the Ladies Auxiliary ol th( Jl '.' :.-:. i )i • hi dox I' : tion last Sunday night when thi "Dutch' supper of the C .• %  id Cards v. i a prize being won by Mrs. Joseph Shonfeld for high score, and :!>.dividual prizes being awarded at each table. Following raid.supper was served bv the hostesses Mrs Win Cleln and Mrs. Harry Kotkin. a a a sidni %  plaj i i .i .arm for men brings her m happlm in the screen versloi :. • %  .•. Ji nnie Gerhardi which come.to thi i Ivoll :.• xl Sunday and Monday. The film follows the plot ol the novel faithfully Jennii Oerardl .. .i woman who hi •: ii effi ol her beauty upon men. She yield.to an I ly Senator. In love with her. bi ol her gratitude for thi sistance hi give her povi stricken family. But he Is killed In an aci Idi:.' befi n the; can b married, and their child is born Starting her life anew, she is swept off her leet by the brother of her wealthy employer and f( : yean they enjoy their happlm until he learns ol her child. His reaction is starling, and its effects on Jennie tragic a a a A large and well pleased audience applauded the three-act farce comedy "The Whole Town's Talking." which Junior Hadassah presented recently at the Temple Theater The cast included many amateur at' tors and actresses well known to Miami theater-goers, and was directed by Mrs Dale James, long known in theater circles in Miami Ushers in evening gowns added a gay no'e to the occasion, and included Miss Reggie Goldstein. Mis Dorothy Roth. Miss Pauline Lasky, Miss Retta Mersen. Miss Dorothy Brill. Miss Bea Silver, and Mist Ida Schneidman. Members of the cast included Charles Tobin. Miss Lyl Chisling, Mllllcent Rubin. Joe Davis Emanuel Weinkle. Leo Chaiken. Miss Sophie Silver. Miss Lillian Freed. Miss Ruth Davis. Miss Hana Mack. Miss Sylvia Rayvis Berl Schoenberg. and Mis Glad] Max • • • A. E. Pallot was recently sworn m as a member of the Florida Bar; Modern Store To Open At Beach Opening its doors for the first time next Thursdaj November 30. the National Kosher Market al 424-426-428 Collins ave Miami Beach, will welcome the Jewish public to the lamest modernly equipped kosher market m the South The store building which re ntlj bei n i ompleted ... contain four completi food departments, groceries and delicatessen, meats and poultrj ri ill and tables, and fish, all designed to the shopper her lood requirement under one : and at the lea i ffori and tremble. The grocery and meat departmi ni Is under thi manai i ol Wm Mechlowltz ai d Jack ler. both well known In the local community and merchants ol standing and experience in this line, 1 hi rami .. trl tly kosher : Sinai Kosher Delicatessen will bi sold, as will the Breakstone Dairj Products Appetizers, smoked i. and domestii anned ds ol the ... :>. available at all i sher meat and poultry department will be the well known Miami butcher Adolph Daum who has established a reputation for strict kashrus at his Miami establishment known as Damn.Kosher Market. A full and complete line of the choicest beef, veal, lamb and a complete assortment of poultry of every kind can be had at the shortest notice, at reasonable prices The vegetable and fruit department is in charge of Louis Handel of Miami Beach who is well known in this line and Who has established the reputation ol carrying only the choicest and ; fruits and vegetables for the consuming public. Delicacies In tinline can be had at all times. Mr. LouiGratZ, well known Miami Hi ,,i h lood purveyor, is in charge ol MK fish department which will .,:: %  only strictly fresh caught fish daily to insure the finest and best lor the public. A variety of fish dear to the Jewish public will h, in i lalized in. The entire store will be operated on the principle of the finest and best of quality lor the mist reasonable pile. deliveries will be made at all hours. %  WHEN DINING OUT Remember The %  i Palatial kosher Restaurant %  265 N E 2nd Si %  %  Miami's Only Kosher Ite-taiiran i Prices Reasonable a j Special t Thanksgiving Dinner .Thursday. November 30t' [JOHN W. BURKEl [Funeral Advisor & Directoil Serving Miami and Miamian 151* West Fiagler st. Phone 2-1314 SIDKBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. I 100 W. Hauler SI. 731 V W. llih SI. PHONE ?-:ii2 Everyone seems greatly unlmd by Hit Ni.sweeping vlc• the polls, such popularity they figure, must be prearranged. 1 Malts Mi | 1lnHr.11 10. I Bu Offkt I opens 6 30 %  p.m. Sundat ] Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20 Sunday-Monday, Nov. 28-29— WILLIAM POWELL JOAN BLONDELL "Lawyer Man" NICELEY Funeral I lotne i :.. Wa hin?tnn \-... Miami Bench I'MONi: 5-335.4 White Oak Leather %  Half Soles 3Sc| %  LADIES HEELS 15cI I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 24U N. E. Mm Ave. Opp Csdu %  %  REMEMBER -White Oak — Leather Will Wear Longer. I Give It a Test and Time Will KmZmJ 151 St 2- Sf OLOl HEfOELBEKC,,, m BEER GARDEN z> Luncheon ^o< 40* 50^ 1 For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our l-ish arc the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea l-ood, we have it at its very best, and at attractively low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food Is in observance with all the sanitary rules and reflations.



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Friday. November 24, 1933 THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN IM IH.ISIIF.II KVKRY FRIDAY b> Hit KIHTOKIAI. OFFICES: 121 S. W. 13th Avrnue Phone 2-118J .1. Kills SIMM III I Editor H(l.l) K. 8HOCBBT, < ir.ulntion Managrr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Entered as Mcond clan nmii.t July 4. DSO, HI the Post Offlc* at Miami, Florida, iinder llie Art of Mar.-h 8, 1879. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SlllSt RII'TION Sit M Ii S l.nu line Year $ 2.0* Tampa, Fla. Notes %  "•nt home" in Jerusalem, "thus enabling us at the same time to build up the Hebrew University." Dr. Magnes was quite right when he declared that no matter how sincerely and hospitably these Gernwisil FI.OKIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. man-Jewish nun ol scholurshin are •• >. u. P. >!.. 21.7:1 weleomsd ,,, ,. """rsrap are A Night in Roumania" was prcMlami. Florida Phone 2-1183 '*" d "' *" universities sented as a benefit by the women's ';,';;' A ;r r,, a M ta oi > %  ^ mP uRoaoiai s „o• to n, a '",' ", BenU ne lom Sunday •" %  Nw **• %  at wisn to keep them .so sincerely as here in Jerusalem, Page Three THE GIAOM €H Marriage often consists of a man thinkin' about the next meal while his wife thinks about the next deal. When you confide in a married woman you are probably confiding in her husband also. Roumanian dishes was served at 6 o'clock and the entertainment a 1st was in Roumanian style. among their brothers." The notable work of such bodies as the American Mends ol the Hebrew University and the American Jewish Physicians Committee, and the generosity ol men and women like Senator Van den Bergh oi Holland and Mrs Felix M. Warburg have made possible this expansion a, the Hebrew UnlMm verslty. it is no! too much to say that small as the number of prolessors appointed Is, 11 constitute.one of the mot valuable and most permanent undertakings In behali noi only ol the Oerman Jews bin of science and learning. When you want to give a bridge player the glad hand, deal him The party was arranged under ,nirteen spades, the direction of Mrs. Cha.s. MarkOwitz, chairman, and Mrs. I. Liebman .assistant chairman, assisted by the following ladies. Mrs. H Peckett. Mrs. Joe Abramovitz. Mrs. L. Gordon. Mrs. H. Perlman. and Vol. 6 — No. 46 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1933 The Initiative Must Be Ours Miss Pearl Buchman entertained last Wednesday evening. Nov. 16th. at 8:30 p. m. at the Mirasol Hotel. Davis Island, with a bridge and shower lor Miss Ruth Weber whose ngagemenl to her brother. Mr. Manuel Buchman. was announced recently. Mrs. i. Segal won the high prize in auction, and Mrs I Rippa, the high in contract. Miss The statement on the recent Elizabeth Abramovitz was lucky in Palestine disturbances issued under the cut. Dainty refreshments were Let Us Not He Shortsighted I spluttered and stammered. And gasped but in vain, I struggled and strangled. And struck at the swain! I was done for. I knew. Without further thought. Accepted my fate. So carelessly wrought! The street car had started. He grabbed for the strap. And pawed at the air.— Fell into my lap! It may not be etiquette to precede the father of your best girl downstairs—but sometimes it i.s policy. Lots of men with traces of greatness in their makeup spoil everything by kicking over the traces. Truth crushed to earth in politics rises again, but under new management. There's many a tip twixt the cup and the lip—in the bottom roadhouse. After a man has made his pile he believes in himself instead ol luck. The Palestine riots, which took a toll of thirty lives, are over and the tension and (ear which gripped the country are gradually being allayed because the populace, Jews and Arabs, respect the sincerity and goodwill of High Commissioner Wauchope who demonstrated firmj ness and tact in dealing with an Ugly situation. Although the demonstration which led to blood, shed were directed only against the Hniish authorities for permitting Jewish immigration, the truth is that the bullets fired at the British troops were really meant for the Jews. The Arab leaders deliberately incited their people to violence. They took advantage of the wide Jewish demand for increased Jewish immigration and stimulated unwarranted fears in the Arab peasants. Now that order is being retored it is imperative that the polltlcal department of the Jewish Agency move swiftly to negotiate a lasting and equitable rapprochement with responsible Arab spokesmen. There are Arabs leaders Who desire to live m peace with the Jews and who understand and appreciate Vhai the Jewish development has meant for the Arab masses. Such an agreement must be reached if riots and disturbances and demonLrations are to be avoided. The nine is past when pious expressions of good will can suffice. Concrete action that will once and for all Move to the Arab masses and thenable leaders that the Jews are in Palestine to stay and that the Jews are anxious to cooperate i verything with the Arabs is the crying need. Just because Jewish We and property were not injured in the recent riots, the Jewish leaders can take the initiative in calliiii.' a round table conference with the responsible Arab leaders the name ol Morris Rothenberg, president ol the Zionist Organization Of America, seems to US to reveal a reluctance to deal realistically with the situatm In Pale-line Mr. Rothenberg expressed regret at the riots and resultant deaths oi Arabs and members of the British served by the hostess and there were about 4. r > guests present. Don't let your neighbor know the lull extent of your ignorance. Miss Dorothy and Miss Ruth Snyder entertained jointly last Thursday evening. Nov. 16th, at their home, 807 South Rome Ave„ police force and at the same time at a party and shower for Miss emphasized that the Jews had not Minnie Cracowaner. Games were been aitaeked. thus regrettably givplayed, in which original score ing the impression that Zionists are cards with sea .shells and strawMen may come and men may go but the lent-umbrella joke goes on forever. It's too much to expect crass-bred dogs to be amiable. Occasionally a small boy tries to keep clean so that he won't have to be washed. All women are born to love and be loved, and they fight it out on that line. Don't think that because a man Is an expert mathematician he always counts with the fair sex. not actually concerned with the disorders. Any impartial political Mowers In a bridal motif were used. Miss Birdie Katz received the first observer must admit that although prize and Miss Charlotte Smith Overheard at a bridge party lasi night 'Nov. 15): "... have all gone into the swamps." "... hope they get their 'portion of anatomy bounded on the north by the diaphragm and on tin What a pity it Is that people who worry over trifles haven't something worth while to worry them. In sentencing a nude, a judge who fits his punishments to the crime said. "Thirty days in cold storage." the Arab agitators fired at the Britmade the winning cut. A mlscelsouth by hip boots' full this year." ish police they were really aiming laneous shower of gifts was preat the Jewish settlers The Arab demonstrations were organized in order to convince the British authorities in a drastic manner that the Arab Executive would not accept silently the increased Jewish influx. Under these circumstances theater party Sunday evening. Nov. sented to the bride-elect, after which a salad course, emphasizing a blue and gold color scheme, was served. • • • The Merry-fellows Club gave a "... water without burning it' My dear, they have cold canned beans lor breakfast." "... enough sense to put all thl bedding on the double cote and sleep three deep." We believe that the policy of Zionist leadership must be directed al convincing public opinion that the Arab Executive does not represent Arab sentiment. Zionist leadership 19th. in compliment to Miss Minnie Cracowaner. whose engagement to Irvin Salsbury was announced recently. Guests gathered at the Park Theater for the 7 o'clock show Where They Really Belong The creation of fourteen new proorships for exiled OermanJewish scholars at the Hebrew University as part of the significant expansion program undertaken by the University at the beginning of cannot permit the impression to and a dancing party was held later. spread that Jewish aspirations m This is one of several parties given Palestine are solely dependent on for this couple whose marriage will British bayonets and flying squadtake place next month, ions. To take the attitude that the The regular meeting of the Met Jews are merely bystanders, almost ryfellows will be held Wednesday unconcerned BS to What happens to evening. Nov. 22nd. of of next week the Arabs, is indeed shortsighted at 8 o'clock and in the future. beNow is the time for the Jewish cause of basketball practice on Tuesday evenings, Wednesday Is the regular meeting date. In simpler days one had only to know his A. B. C.'s and mind his P's and Q's. Today you must know all about the R.F.C.. the N.R.A.. the C.C.C. 'two of 'em in factl. tin C.W.A. and the P.W.A.—and some dozen or more others. Hence the troubled citizen's frequent SOS. Agency Executive to publicly request the British Government to arrange for a round table conference between Jewish and Arab The first of a series of lectures on When Father Ab dug in a slab With flint to show his visions He meant to show what we now know Through searching his Incisions His life at best was full of zest. At least so we decipher, For in his life were perils rife As now. or maybe rifer. A nude can never make-believe. Although a nude may pose. How can he "laugh into his sleeve."' When he has on no clothes? A nudist robbed a bank. "Barefaced robbery" is inadequate here. Sport note: A nude nine may tour the country in the manner of the House of David base ball stars This is unfair competition, as they have no uniforms and beards to keep up. An answers editor is asked why. if America was discovered in '92. the Columbian Exposition was held in '93. It's something about the difference in Central Standard Time. We can try to efface prohibition from our memories, but the scallops left on hotel furniture by bottle tops will remain an eyesore for years. leaders Tin' Jewish ease as regards modern literature will be presented Louisiana Is drawing $650,000 the development in Palestine i.s so by Edward Hinkley of the English For all we know his labored crow from the CWA for tick eradication. We thought the spread of electric unassailable that such a conferDepartment of the University of Was even then thought regal: ence which the Arab Executive Tampa, at the meeting of the TarnBut still we'll bet. unheard was yet. would probably refuse to attend but pa branch of the National Council "Don't chisel on the eaf


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Friday. November 24. 1933 THE J EWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five SOCIETY : : : % %  Lawyer Manstarring William at very reasonable prices. A feature Powell and Joan Blondell will appear at the 7th ave. Theatre this coming Sunday and Monday in a screen production that has met with the approval of the show gocharge will be made in g public. It affords these talentof the business will be the wrapping of packages for mailing of any article that may be brought to the store, and only a nominal Ml actors the opportunity to show Among those who will assist in •Jiat they have more than merited the work of arranging for the for;„.ii hold on the affections of the mal installation of the officers of by their own peculiar talthe Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation on December 3rd, are people c-nt.v Mcsdame.s Milton Weiner and Nat In opening the Lillian Gift Shop Bomber* who attended a recent pposrte .he new Post Office. Mrs. JJJJ f ,hl % %  < omLillian Hi'iner. will endeavor to the public to obtain everyAIU ntlon te directed [0 a u|mim .!, the way of gifts, coconut sale that la being conducted by the and souvenirs of Florida well known firm of Bmswanger & Co. of paints, beginning today. •Starling at the price of $1.75 per gallon for black and other paints of the quality O'Brien's paints, prices will be reduced fifteen cents daily until the entire stock cf these paints is disposed of. Daily prices will be shown in their showwindows. "Mrs. H. South. M Jacobs, 1234 10th Ave. The Judaic Council held their regular meeting at the Congrega tion. on Monday Eve.. Nov. 20th. There was a large attendance and plans are being made for a Cafeteria Supper to be held on Dec. 17. • • • Mrs. Bessie Grossman and daughters have arrived from Chicago, to spend the winter in St. Petersburg. PHILLIPS HARDWARE GO. 301 N. Miami Ave.—Phone 2-8445 HARDWARE-FISHING TACKLE-DeVOE & RAYNOLDS PAINTS "You will like our store and its values." 1 diking Facts i v i In adopting the policy of supplyi iii£> the Jewish consumers with strictly kosher meats at the lowest prices in local history, we believed that the v i Jewish public desired kosher meats l it prices were fair and reasonable. WE PROPOSE TO CONTINUE FAIR PRICES but expect the public to co-operate ON THE PLATFORM OF KASHRUS — SERVICE FAIR PRICF we merit the support of Miami Jewry Being the first local butcher to espouse the public's interest we expect to receive the public's patronage, because WF DESERVE IT // you do not want higher prices Buy From Waldorf's Cut Rate KOSHER MARKET 237 N. W. Fifth St. Phone 3-2297 +--. Dick Powell, who made Ins firsl hi) in pictures as a crooner, will be een In hie tin) straight leading role In the Warner Bras, startling football picture, "College Coach," which comes to the Paramount theatre on Friday. .Saturday .and Sunday. Noi only are there exciting football scenes In which dose to eighty of California's greatest football stars lake pan. but the picture gives the low down on professionalism in college athletic.'-, as it exists at certain colleges. Pal O'Brien has the title role while Ann Dvorak in the leading leminine part, supplies the campus romance, Others in the cast include Arthur Byron. Lyle Talbot. Hugh Herbert, Arthur Hohl. Berton Churchill and Phillip Faveraham, William A. Wellman directed from a screen play by Niven Busch and Manuel Seff. Tins picture will be shown in conjunction With another great Wally Vernon 8tage show featuring many headline acts with all new comedy. songs, dances and music. St. Petersburg Notes Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on •Sunday morning on "A Contract With God." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, hymns, scripture reading, and a question box. 1*17011 show* 6:11 :in.i n no p, M. Sunday 20c till 6:30 P. M. Sunday-Monday. Nov. 28-29— SYLVIA SIDNEY DONALD COOK "Jennie Gerhardt" Leaning on the oar might be the happy and logical compromise between the sitting and standing schools of legislative thought. Pnnce Michael's pranks have bejcome a trial to the Rumanian ; court. It .should, as they say. be ; passible to be funny without being bulgar. For the Best in Fish FRESH DAILY lll'V AT EAST COAST FISH MARKET Incorporated 360 W. FLAGLER ST. (At the Bridge) "If It Swims We Have It" Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's sermon at the services on Friday Eve. at 8 ('clock, at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th St. No., will be: "Does the Lord Require A Vicarious Sacrifice for The Remission of Sins"? An answer to local clergymen. Saturday morning services !) o'clock. • • Sunday Social and Dance given on Monday Eve.. Nov. 20th. by the Social Committee of Congregation Bnai Israel, was a grand success. socially and financially. Election of officers took place at the regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation Bnai Israel, resulting in re-electing Mrs. M. Benjamin, president. Mrs. H. M Jacobs, vice president, re-electing Mrs. Dora Goldberg, treasurer, and Mrs. Stella Goldberg was re-elected secretary • • • The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society are planning a Thanksgiving card party, with a large turkey to be awarded. Lovely refreshments will be served and a prize to each table. Same will be held at the Congregation. 921 9th St. No., on Sunday Eve.. Nov. 26th. at 8 o'clock. • • • Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will install the officers of the Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society at a luncheon to be held on Thursday Eve.. Nov. 23rd. at 7 o'clock, at the home of our Automatic f, and Automatic 10 certificates provide low cost term protection for five or ten years and automatic conversion to a permanent plan certificate at the >')ni of the term period without medical examination or certificate of good health. H" 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, this policy will appeal to you. It lias 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 does not reduce the face amount of the certificate. REFUND OPTIONS Payment of refunds idividends* after two years membership: In cash. iThis 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, L'L'<; Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida. Dear Sir: I would like to know more about your special policies.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 24. ig Orlando, Fla. Notes. the Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation Ohev Sholem. which was held at the home of Mrs. Joe Wolf on Wednesday evening, was a huge success. NOTE A meeting of the Orlando lodge Order of B'nai B'rith. was held Tuesday night in the vestry rooms of the synagog. Two new members were initiated. The lodge was honored with the presence of Mr. David Davis of Jacl:sonville representing the District Grand Lodge No. Five. His talk on the aims and purposes of the B'nai B'rith was well received. A social hour followed the business meeting. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haimowitz. Mrs. B. Safer and Mrs. M. Safer spent several days in Jacksonville. • • • Adolph Prinsky. of Tucson. Arizona, is in Orlando for an indefinite slay. a r Mrs. M. M. Segal is visiting relatives in Jacksonville. • • • Harry Crannerman, of Savannah spent several days in Orlando. Rabbi A. Cbi&lOW, ol New York, is in Orlando for an indefinite stay. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sinai had several visitors from Jacksonville this weekend. • • • Miss Ruth Esther Rosen is back at her studies after having been routined to the Infirmary in Tallahassee for several days, Italy Makes Grant to Hebrew University New York.—A financial grant tr the Hebrew University by the Ital! ian government to establish a chair j in romance languages and 'iteraI ture with special emphasis on Italian has Just been made, according ; to word received by Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach, president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. This is the first arant by any government to the Hebrew University. Announcement was also made of the establishment of a chair in agrarian economicsponsored by the Jewish National Fund. An advertisement of Waldorf's Cut Rate Kosher Market appearing in the Jewish Floridian of last week contained a reference to the fact that a competitor would not permit the "shoched" who was employed jointly by them to kill unless the price was raised. This competitor was not "Damn's Kosher Meat Market" who for the past number of years have employed Rabbi B. D. Mindel as their own •xclusive "shoched." one time. Combining strict kashrus. splendid cuisine and the finest of surroundings, it will be one of the show places of Miami Beach. The exact date of the opening will be announced in an early Issue of the Jewish Floridian. A nudist robbed a bank. Ba faced robbery" is inadequate hei KO Delegates to Attend to World Conference on German Jews Trotzky's Restaurant. famed throughout the United States and Canada will open a branch restaurant at Miami Beach, according to an announcement by a member of the firm who is now in Miami Noted for strict observance of the dietary laws and the splendid cuisine for which they are famous. they will occupy one of the prettiest spots in this district and will be able to cater to 200 guests at London. — Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz of England and Ne\i!le Luski president of the Boaid of Jewish Deputies, will be the opening speakers at the World Jewish Conference called to meet here by :h" Board to take united action in behalf ot the German Jew?. Mi n than 80 delegates ar expected to attend. Other speakers at the lust %  ion will be Dr. chaiui Weizmann and representatives of the Alliano Israelite Uiilverselle, the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress and \'.v Committee of Jewish Delegations. Jack Weiss, ol New York, visiting friends in Orlando. is The benefit bridge, sponsored by What a pity it i.s that people who worry over trifles haven't something worth while to worry them. ANNOUNCING the opening of the Lillian Gift Shoppe 70 x. E. 3rd Street Saturday, November 25th Carrying a complete line of gifts, coconut novelties, postcards and souvenirs of the finest at most reasonable prices. Under the personal management of Mrs. Frances firmer Fix Your Own Price PAINT SALE Wt I"'"%  quntlt of unequalled O'Brien'" Rrndv Mivrd BLACK PAINT in one Kullim cam which %  one reason or another we have iwn unable to sell. h the regular *'•!•"•" Ballon painl and Bood for a lam numbei o( purpose. To dispose of this qujekly we "ill place this on Friday, November 24 HI the Initial price "f II."! i"-r gallon, REDUCING the price 15c eerh dav. until the entin supply Is sold, Ai mi additional ind we are placlnu on sale al the same lime and on in Moas Green ; %  GallenS Medium lllue ft '. 11 %  %  i, Tan ^ Gallons Canary Yellow O'Brien's Outside Hour Paint It i< Imp (hut if you wall you may ret thin excellent paint al a price BS low :< even 70c per gallon bul you are taking the chances of it bi sold oul before you gel your bargain price paint. WATCH OUR WINDOWS' POH THE DAILY PRICE BINSWANGER & CO. Glass—Mirrors—Paints S. II. ROBBNDORF. Manager 1212 N. E. 2nd Ale. I'h. 2-8211 MrMAWUli ZS7 EAST FLAGLER PHONE 2-3373 Friday Saturday Sund;e Nov. 24-25-26 COLLEGE COACH Warner Bros.' ail-American smash of the hour with DICK POWELL ANN DVORAK PA T OB R I E N LYLE T A L B OT, More thrills, more giarr.or. moi sensation than any Bio CAM) ever held. On The Stage WALLY VERNON presents "PEPPER POT REVUEl featuring EILEEM MERCEDES Smari Singer of Sophisticate Songs. PAXTON SISTEKS Harmony Sinners and Dante KELLY BROTHERS Victor Recording String Duef BILLY AUSTIN The Singing Vagabond GEORGE PERES Sensational Spanish Surpria PARAMOUNT SPARKLETSl PARAMOUNT STAGE BANlf Another Great stage show Qala Opening of the largest modernly equipped kosher market in the South, containing the most complete assortment of groceries, delicatessen, meats, poultry, fish and foods to delight the most exacting taste, all reasonably priced. THURSDAY, NOV. 30th. DELICATESSEN A complete line of plain and fancy groceries, the famous strictly kosher SINAI KOSHER DELICATESSEN line including every variety of smoked and pickled meats; the delicious BREAKSTONE DAIRY PRODUCTS; smoked fish, herring and appetizers both imported and domestic, and dried fruits of every kind. Under the personal management of \VM. MECHLOWITZ and JACK WUCHER. MEATS The finest of kosher meats and poultry, strictly fresh and choice quality. Beef, veal, lamb, pullets, fryers, hens, ducks and turkeys at exceedingly low prices. In charge of the well known kosher butcher ADOLP11 DAI M. proprietor of Damn's kosher Market in Miami. v ^ The choicest fruits and vegetables, fresh daily from the groves and gardens. P T illt*S com P T clc assortment to enable the housewife to make her choice with ease. A Under the management of the well known LOl'lS IIANDEL. Fish The finest of fresh caught fish caught daily to delight the Jewish home. A complete assortment to please every taste and desire and to meet every need. Under the personal management of the well known LOUIS GRATZ. Wholesale and Retail Departments. I Iotels and Restaurants our specialty. It's a delight to shop at the National Kosher Market 424-426-428 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Free Deliveries lone LM



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 24, 1933 &f + + + + + + %  :• + + iKaMii dynagng fiullrtttt Edited by RABBI 5. M. MACHTE1 ind Director, Radio 8xnaffog •>( America SUNDAY MORNINGS ^'IOD, MIAMI. ILORIDA fr******.,.* Gfrniany Threatens Egypt Because ure of the Egyptian government to „ _, ,. i nrevent the anti-German boycott of Tight Anti-Nazi Boycott pre\em wre nrntpsl i and to halt the anti-Nazi protest .... i^.oirort movement here While the German Ca.ro.-An apparent. ^ legation has denle d knowledge of antl i such a plan, the Egyptian government has pointed out that there I* Vol. III. stNDAV, NOVEMBER 19. 183 NoM J i.;.+•>.;. .> •;. •:• •:• •:• •:• •:•:• •:• %  :• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:••:• •> •> %  % %  %  %  • %  '•• •' %  • •: % %  >•:• %  %  ••' %  -<••' %  • •'• %  %  • •' % %  % % %  •' %  • •' %  • •' % %  ••• % %  • "Has The Torah A Solution To Our Present Plight?" Scripture Reading. Leviticus. Chapter XXV. verse* 1-17. inclusive. When I become enthusiastic and somewhat vain in my claims foi article designed to weaken fectiveness of the ironclad German boycott has been published in Al Ahram. Egypt's chief Arabic daily, which reports that the Hitler government is planning to boycott Egyptian cotton beca.se of the failDelaney & Beers Kodak Kiniahlni ncl Enlargini I ommerrial Work and Ham* portrait. 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. 4th St. Phone 1-5SB5 no legal means for it to halt the bovcott of German goods. Rare paintings are well done. until such time as public consciousness will arise to recognize that mar. is his brothers keeper and not his brothers cheater and murderer, we + unequal • '— the words 'our present plight." My answer la always "Yes". That may times, sound as an extravagant claim ,h, Tor.h .nd .h, !" *m ol it, la,., — pr.cl tollvldutl. With >* *all lvo dopr^iom.-conai.ion, which mult Iron, m ,„ „,m'.v M ,. rt hi.mmUl MM in .nd ol .hi, !" .rdWrlbniion ol wealth The Torch ha. a -_! <* %  <*<> „„-„ opp.,* ,0 m „....n 8 ,n the ,„h„ lean,, o,, a, £- JJ£ ^-'--^ he ra : J— P.r The ,,.,„ implle, on, — _- — eo = o, ^-J--*^"HS aC5 a=£ S ing freight for long periods. It appears that when freight is unloaded at the docks, which are leased from the city, the steamship companies hold But. it is not Time did not permit me to read all of the 25th chapter ^ ^ ^^ ^^ Ume ^ ^ conslgnee calls for it A me rchan. may of the Book of Leviticus during the scripture reading. Nor did I mention ^ ^^ ^^ Qf ^^ and unab)e tQ ^ tne cnarges witnin tne 24 the other sources for the laws governing the Shmitah and the Yo\ail, %  ^^ ^.^ after arrjva The sM amsh ip company has been In the habit • • sabbatical Year .-.nd the Jubilee Year.—which air found In the Peno( noldlng the frelgnt till called {or b v the merchant or the private contateuch. To even attempt to reveal the Talmudic and rabbinic rulings on ^^ ^ ^ ^^ warenouse operators object to that. So. a new the subject in this short sermon would be futile because so fragmentary wU| c he steamshlp t0 mpanv to .... but let me read the Yet. the Biblical laws, without later modification and interpretation by ^^ .^ ^ ^^ .. Thp ^ has agreed (nat lhe 2 4-hour time the Sages, would appear to be prejudiced against the rights of the ^^ ^ ^^ ^ sufflclp u and afu r lnat time an exorbitant charge creditor and partial to the debtor. But. in practice, they are not so. On^^ ^ madp wWch wouM eHher forcp tne steamsnip companies and fortunately, the greater portion of my audience. Jews as well as non^^ ^ dl£[rlbme tne merchandise or have It placed in storage wareJews, has been deprived of the contact with the Talmud which is essen^ ouses tial for a thorough understanding of this subject. But. to return to the question. 'Has the Torah a solution to our present plight?'" It has. What is our plight? We speak of a depression. We have in mind the great many unemployed, the hungry, the homeless—in short, the poor. And that seems to be almost all-embracing, at Soy Bean Bread and other vcuetable bread* GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 2165 W. Klaxler St. Phone 2-K51I 1401 Washington Avenue. M. B. The "Good Health" Kind + King Funeral Home / 0 St ri 1 Humanity Better Operated by FRANK 0. McGHANS WIDOW J^i N. W. 3rd Ave. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 JZIWZSWZ RIWZJZIWZRStt There is nothing personal in this choice of an example by me. I happened to notice the news item and I cite it in proof of how much consideration the average citizen is given when legislators meet The admission that the charge by the city would be 'exorbitant'' lends added weight to my argument. The same procedure is carried through in our keeping this time. But. what has happened to the wealth of the world? What has psent ^ ^ wafi dunng the past years The common weal receives .... 1.1_* ,Ui. u >iiatw4 Un.. rlmiinlrWfirlO Uf\tl' __ happened to the real wealth of this country? Has it diminished? How could it have grown leas? Real wealth, true values, do not fluctuate. They are as permanent as the earth of which they and we are a part. Mans estimate of wealth may change The distribution of the wealth j may vary with the times, but. the total wealth does not change, cannot change If it has not yet been discovered by man. it exists in the bowels of the earth. It is then necessary not to regulate wealth, but to control | its unfair and unequal distribution through man's scheming, avarice, and j folly. For this condition the Torah has a remedy. A remedy suited to our present ill. The wealth of the nation has not diminished; the real worth of the resources still exist in one form or another Our depression is a| state of unequal distribution of wealth which has deprived the ereau-r majority of the people of the unit of monetary exchange with which to purchase the necessities of life. The Laws of the Torah. providing for a Sabbatical year, once in i seven, and for a Jubilee year, once in fifty, at which times the creditors | released the loans, whether on real or personal property, or on the person i of the debtor:—these Sabbatical years, when the fields were thrown open to the poor and when the owner had no more right in them than the poor and the needy: when all that the soil produced was shared bv rich and poor alike: these years of rest were protection against the accumulation of wealth by the few. And what of the Biblical Law. The land shall not be sold for ever; for the land is mine for ye are strangers and sojourners with me?" Thus, the land originally divided among the tribes remained always the property of the •:. ould be mortgaged for a number of years, more or less 'han a Sabbat;ca: period but it could not be sold for ever. Title could not pass to another. Loans were made with an eye to the future, to the proximity of the next Sabbatical Year or the next Jubilee Year The main ti iri f the Jubi 1 -the liberation ol n of property obligations and con es, and the admission ident-foreigners in' i:ip. Of course, there were rules governing the prescription, and no loose borrow:: lermitted The inter>f legitimate creditors were safeguarded. But. the rule was. "in the year of the Jublli • hall return every man unto his possi Under our present system, a person may get into debt, with no prospect of ever getting out of it. and. he will remain In debt with the load piling up on him and bending him to ruin Under the Mosaic Law. there were penodic releases which afford each man a fre.sh start. Our trouble today U not so much lack of wealth as it is the predominance of debt. Our credit system Is unwholesome, too elastic, and because operated and controlled by a lew for their personal tain, is naturally detrimental to the welfare of the majority. A creditor loans on some security or some pledge to pay. He looks ahead to the time when the debt will not be paid and when the object of the pledge will become his property. It surely must be worth more than the amount of the loan. But. suppose that the object given as securitj ould never become the property of the creditor.—suppose that he could have the use of it for only two or three years, until the next Sabbatical year, his loan would be limited and the debtor would not forfeit his property. The Torah not only forbade greed and avarice but also provided laws which made it difficult to practice personal aggrandizement to the detriment of a fellowman. If we had followed the observance of the Shmitah and the Yovail. we would not now be in this plight. If we had patterned our laws with an eye to the good for the greatest number, this earth would be a better place for men to live. But. our laws appear on the statute books only as the result of lobbying and the influence of special interests who stand to gain by their enactment Laws are passed by legislators at the behest of groups with selfish motives. Seldom is the general welfare of the whole people considered; rarely is the majority considered. Until such time when ruling powers reckon with the problems of the masses; until such time as laws are enacted for the protection of the majority and to prevent the exploitation of the weak; until such time as oppression of those in need shall be made unprofitable; the last consideration. Privileged classes are favored. Every effort IS made to direct the flow of wealth into restricted channels But. not 80 did the Torah plan for man. Every effort was made to keep the distribution of wealth as equitable as humanly possible. Yes. dear friends, the Torah has a solution to our present plight. If only we had the vision and the courage to avail ourselves of the remedy, man's visit upon this earth would be beset with less hardship, and misery and suffering would be minimized. T 0 R f, SIN i n S0V,ET RUSS,A A %J •* >^ "T !" Ther. art Tonkin T. in over orders enable your relatives in Soviet Russia to purchase all sorts of domestic or imported articles at low prii ts For ordtn on TorvaJn apply i< your local bank, i-ompanie-t listexl below. .-r thtir authorized a Amalgamated Hank N. T. Am-I)erutra Transport t'orp. Ameriran Kxpreo* Co. (.d>nia-Amerira Line. HIM. Iror. Biro-llidjan. Corp. Manufacturers Trust < •< %  Public Sail Hank it Trust Co. It. C. A. Communication*. Inc. Cnion Tours. Inc. World Tourints. Inc. HuiKon Co. Nat'l Hank, Ha>onne. N. J. 1 hi IVnnsyhania Co.. I'hila. I man Brant* Bank. Pittsburgh. 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