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The Jewish Floridian ( December 15, 1933 )

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Friday. December 15, 1933 THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN PUBLISHED KVKKV FRIDAY b) (he %  %  WISH FI.OKIIHAN PUBLISHING CO. 1 P. 0. 11"* 2973 Miami, Florida I'hone 2-118.'f EDITORIAL OPFICBBi j.| s. W. l'.lh AvMM Phone 2-1183 ~~J. LOUIS SHOCIIET. Editor Il,| II K. BHOCHBT. Circulation M.u,.,,•,, CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three fl s.'.'i.ml class niall.T July 4. th Poeeil Office* ill Miunii, Florida. I,. Art "f March S. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Monthn $ 1.00 lltif Vcar $ 2.00 parteon between the euphonious German tin) names and the cacophonous Jewish tirsl names. Turning to a Jewish boy the teacher ;| k '" l;l "> '" give his father's tin) name, "l cant i„ ,i : you wU augn „ said the boy. bul the teacher insisted n hearing it. "Adolph," said the Jewish boy The anti-Aryan drive Is In for a lol ol humorous jibes, one tells about a Jew who was standing In the Berlin cemetery with a big hose waterii grave tor several hours. "Whal are you doing ii.is tor?" asked thi ton i am baptizing my greatgrandmother," replied the Jew Thus the Jew finds it possible to laugh oil all his I roubles. The humorous stories ol present day German Jewry are an inten contribution to folklore and thej are worthy iii preservation The Sentinel. Vol. 6 — No. 4!) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1933 They Must Not He Overshadowed In the tremendous publicity thai has attended the widespread and militant protests organized by various Jewish groups throughout the world against the persecution ol the -lews in Germany, the constructive relief program in behall of the German Jews and German. refugees has unfortunately been overshadowed Mass meetings, parades, demonstrations and boycotts produce reams of publicity and evoke far more public notice than the restrained activities ol the relief agencies, although in the long run the undertakings ol the latter bodies are productivi ol Immeasurably more tangible results. The concerted protests have had a salutary effect in mobilizing public opinion but it would be toolhardy to permit them to submerge the urgency of providing Immediate to the 500.000 Jews iii Germany and to the 65.000 others who efugees, The work of the Joint Distribution Committee and ot the Jewish Agency has yielded encouraging and positive results which mean much to the victims ol the Nazi regime. The settlement ol thl %  s in Palestine, the orgam/a: emigration, the rehabilitation ol German-Jewish youth, bol.sthe economic position ol m Jewry and maintaining in-Jewish welfare institutions Mute undertakings ol tremenimportance. Because they are lacking in dramatic and publicityprovoking qualities is no reason why hould be Ignored either by the press or by the public. Industrial-. 1 grarian Colonies For Jews President Roosevelt's plan ol tling substantial numbers ol the unemployed urban masses in small agricultural colonies adjacent to the large cities where they can combine farming with small scale industrial pot |l % %  Iabout In be adapted to the need, oi the Jewish unemployed ol New York City. Under the auspice ni the Provisional Commission tor Jewish Farm Settlements In the United States, 200 families, drawn from the tanks oi inbleneedle trade workers, will be set I led this spring in an Industrial-agrarian colony in New Jersey The Provisional Commission's expert* have developed a detailed and practical pi which win enable these settlers to raise enough food for their own use at the same '11111 that they engage in part-time industrial activity By co-ordinating agriculture and industry it is hoped these colonists will find n possible to earn a decent living in healthful surroundThl* project, which is still In the experimental stage, will be watched with ureat interest bec.ni.-i I if it succeeds it will mean not merely a new and successful type Ol Jewish back-to-ihe-land movement but a cure for the chrome economic ailments ol Jewish workers In the highlj seasonal trades. Restoring The Marranos The Jew Laughs It Off chologists tell us that human beings compensate for everything 'ems that the Jews of Germany today find at least some nsation for their troubles in humor. A lame number of stories have been coined by Jews around recent events In the land of TeuKultur. Many of these stories ,! i!I With Hitler The mast popular ut a Jew who went to a grocery store on Grenadierstrasse (the h Ghetto in Berlin' and asked for a Hitler herring. The grocer %  % %  puzzled and he consulted his Wife who replied iastantly: "Give the man a Bismarck without a head." Another story tells about a l! ""l teacher who drew a comLakeland, Fla. Notes Melvin Estroff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff. will be Bar Mitzvah this Sabbath, on Friday night he will address the Congregation On Sabbath morning he will read the Maftir at the Synagogue oi the Jewish Aliance. Rev. Jacob Holtzman of Tampa will read the services. Sunday afternoon a reception Will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Estroff in honor of the Bar Mitzvah, The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Aliance will give a Chanukah dance and serve refreshments, and •he children ot the Sunday School will nice a Chanukah play. THE Tampa, Fla. Notes One of the least known branches ol Jewry 1.the Marranos colony in Portugal. World Jewry has ignored these Marranos in recent, years no! because thej are an undesirable group but because it has concerned Itsell with more pressing problems 11 is therefore encouraging to learn that Sir Elie Kadooric. the distinguished Jewish philanthropist from India, ha.practically taken m M the entire financial responsibility lor all the communal inst.it u,„„,, 0 | 1 he Portuguese Marranos He has just returned from a visit ,,, the Marranos and while 111 Porj tugal presented them with SIO.O(H) to e tablish a synagogue and pledged hiinseii io become the patron of ail Jewish activities among them. Kadoorie's generosity will unquestionably do much to restore tins forgotten segment <>' Jewry to its rightful place 111 Jewish life. Instead of regretting yesterday. net busy and prepare lor tomorrow. You can always count upon your friends as long as you have the price. It sometimes happens thai Hie best man at a wedding really docs have H" best of it Mr and Mrs Harry Herman, Mr. David Goldman, Mrs. Mae Benjamin and -mi Philip, and Mr and Mrs M Hermer oi st. Petersburg, were the guest over the week-end Ol Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Witlncr ol 70L> K Adahe St. At .services Friday night. Dec. 15th. Rabbi Adolph Burger will speak on the "Significance of the Chanukah Light." Miss Ruth Weber will tell the story ot Chanukah and special music will be rendered by the Rcxloph sholom Choir. Children o: the Hebrew and Sunday school classes oi Rodoph Sholom Temple will give two play.Sunday. Dec. 17th. 8 p. 111.. 111 the auditorium of the Temple. The laches Auxiliary oi the Temple Will distribute gifts to the children for Chanukah. MiSS Margaret Card entertained last week ai a luncheon at the Crescent grill in compliment to Miss Minnie Cracowaner. popular bnde-eiect Tiny coursage bouquets Ol holly and mistletoe were arranged at each place, A graceful arrangement of holly and mistletoe adorned the center of the table Miss Card presented Miss Cracowanor with a beautiful gift. • • • Miss Minnie Cracowaner, popular bride-elect of this season whose marriage to Irving Salsbury will take place this month, was entertamed at a bridge party Saturday evening. Dec. 9th. at the home of Miss Mollie Bergman. 2208 North Blvd. The rooms where guests were received were brightened with Christmas colors, quantities of poinsettias and fern were arranged at vantage' points and the red and green motif was repeated in the refreshments served late in the evening. Prizes were awarded the guest receiving the highest score in bridge which was Mrs. B. J. Finman and the bride-elect was also presented with a gift. Miss Bergman was a.ssisted by her mother. Mrs. E. M. Bergman, and her sister Mrs J. D. Roscnthal. whose little daughter, dressed in an appropriate costume, distributed the tallies and pre eiiled the gifts. • • • Over 125 guests were invited byMrs. S. M. Essrig and Mrs. E. H. Steinberg. Tuesday afternoon. Dec. [2th, between the hours of 4 and 0 o'clock at the residence of Mr. S. M. Essrig. 2301 Morgan St.. to compliment Muss Minnie Cracowaner at a bridal tea. Herschele Ostropoler. the famous Jewish wit, once rushed into the office of the burial society and tearfully announced that his wife had just died and that he was in urgent need of money to buy a coff 111 and a shroud. The society immediately gave him the money and appointed a committee Io visit Ostropoler's house and prepare tor his spouse's burial. When the committee reached Os1 tropoler's house it was amazed to see 'he' "corpse" engaged In the unghostly occupation of peeling potatoes The spokesman for the committee then turned to Herschele anil angrily asked: "I thought you said your wife had died What's thejoke'' The wag then replied: "'You'll get her sooner or later What difference' does it make ii she stays with me for a little while.'' The late Rabbi Israel Meiei Cohen, known as the Chofetz Chaim. was not only a famous pietist and scholar, but a man who was accustomed to make a daily round of his city to collect food and clothing for the poor. On one ol these' tours he called on a rich Jew who flatly refused to give anything The Chofetz Chaim pleaded and argued but in vain. Finally the Rabbi began to lecture the wealthy Jew on the vanity of life and the essential 11-' I' iii'.sol his money. The Jew bi'ianie suddenly angry and without warning slapped the chofetz Chaim on the face. The famous Rabbi turned pale lor a moment, but without losing his composure calmly said: Well Reb Yenkel. thai was tor line. Now what are you going to give for the poor?" and light, but as soon as I cease to study, that all disappears. What ought I to do?" Whereupon the rabbi answered: 'That is like a man who journeys through a forest on a dark night, and part ot the way is accompanied by another who carries a lantern. At length they come to where then paths divide' and each must go on alone. If each carries his own lantern, he need fear no darkness That nudist bride in California is wearing the ring, but we don't see why, as it will keep her from tanning evenly. Howdy neighbor! Sure I'm working! Getting thirty hours a week. Jusl 1 small step .but it's headed Toward the goal that we all seek. Alter endless months of loafim: Labor seems almost sublime! And I'll tell the world a pay check Beats a dole check—every time 1 Many times my pride I've swallowed So my family could eat, Lost our car. our home, our savings, Worked for Welfare—on the street! When I think of all we've been through. From my heart there comes a sob. So I'm thankful that I'm worknv. Thankful cause I've got a job! Legitamacy f Jewish Children Born in Soviet Russia Questioned in Poland When a man makes a blunder that he can't blame on anybody else, he doesli'l like to hear about 11 A young rabbi complained to his ., acher "During the hours when I am studying. I feel filled with life St. Petersburg Notes Warsaw—Polish rabbinical circle.are agitatedly discussing the question ot whether Jewish children born of marriages concluded in Russia since the Bolshevik Revolution are legitimate or illegitimate. The issu.' arose through a lie. 1 ; divorce granted a Russian Jewess. j Many rabbis here claim that since ] such marriages in Russia are not legal according to Jewish law the children ol such unions are illegitimate. Other rabbis are opposed to such a ruling. In order to settle the issue the Rabbinical Union has circularized the rabbis of all-Eastern European countries for their opinion in the matter. Na/i Minister Links Masons and Jews As Foes of Peasants Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's topic of sermon for this Friday Eve at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th St. No., will be "The Heroic Maccabees —And The Sanctuary of The Lord." commemorating Chanukah. Sautrday morning services at 9 o'clock. &f The Young Maccabees held their : regular meeting last Monday Eve., Dee. 11th. at the Congregation. A debate' was held on "Should religion participate in political movements"? Same will be continued at next meeting. • Rabbi A. S. Klcinfeld will be the guest speaker at the Florida Masonic Home, on Sunday afternoon. Dec. 17th. at 3 p. m. Subject: "Religion and Masonry." • • All is in readiness for Sunday Eve. Dec. 17th. when Chanukah will be celebraU'd with a large pageant at the Congregation. 921 9th St. No. All the children will participate. Refreshments will be served and a good time is assured everyone. Berlin—A crowd of 40.000 Westphalian peasants roared approval at Hamm when Dr. Walther Darre. minister of agriculture. linked Masons and Jews as the "arch enemies of the German peasants" in an address on Hitler's agricultural policy Dane -aid that the Masons planned to sabotage all National Socialist policies" while the Jews 'through their capitalistic and speculative Stock Exchange activities persistently plotted to deprive the peasant of a profitable and steady market for his produce." Ii Books by Jewish Authors on Catholic "White List" New York.—Six books by Jewish authors are included in the Catholicwhile list" of books selected quarterly by the Cardinal Hayes Literature Committee. The books are %  Divided Loyalties" by Lewis Einstein, "The South Sea Bubble' by Viscount Eleigh. "The Edwardian Era." by Andre Maurois, "Frontiers of Medicine" by Dr. Morris Flshbein. "Modern Man in search of a Soul" by C. A. Jung, and "Parents. Children and Money." by Sidonic and Benjamin Gruenberg.



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Page four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, December 15, 1933 +•:• *•:*** •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• # &f • •:• •:• • •:• • • • • &f • • ••• % % %  ••• • ••• %  •• •' %  • : "+ : : ••••• % %  •• •-• %  •• %  •• •-• •• %  ••• -:••• -: + + + + + + Sa&tfl ^jtnaiuui Shtilrtin Orlando, Fla. Notes ted by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Synai SUNDAY MORNINGS VIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA | No. 13 I Mr, B. J. Colien. was reelected ident of the B'nai Brith. Lodge 1043. at the annual elect.on held buslness mect n *A meeting, of the Temple Sisterhood of the Congregation Beth-El was held at the home of Mrs. Geo. Goldsmith on Tuesday ei Plans were completed i !" a benefit supper to be held in the future. A social hour followed the Vol. 111. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1833 +++ + +*+*+*+**+***+****+****+*+*+**+*********+*+** last week. The other officers elect'The Miracle of Chanilkah, Suspended Animation." Delaney & Beers Kodak Kini'hing and Enlarg-in*Commercial Work and Htmr Portrait* 50% Oft* on All Amateur Work 112 N. E. 4th St. Phone 1-5J-J Scripture Reading. Numbers, Chapter VII. verses 10 and 11. Oil Tuesda) night, December 12th. the eve of the 3 Kislev Chai Feast of Di 11 • %  For the -d:e< will be kind:. synaI in the private d : one %  unber by one each 1 mmemoratea the victory of 1 M over the Syrian .indies burn in the '•' %  '•' in this 1 Nei fammid. the it to be kii .... gal: secretary, Isadore Segal; treasurer. Lou Wolly, and assistant treasurer Harry Kanner. Miss Dolly Safer was hostess at an informal gathering at her home ; on Tuesday evening. Games and dancing were enjoyed during the evening. Among those present were the Misses Hilda Caplin, Thoba Solomon. Ethel Segal. Naomi Henry, and Frances S* Soy Bean Bread and other testable bread. GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 2165 W. Hauler St. Phone 2-511 MM Washington Avenue. M. 15 The "Good II< alih" Kind spending the Ic-end in Tampa of 01 A: Silverstein has returned to his home after a minor operation at rida Sanitarium. Mrs. L. Moses, of New York. Is Mrs Hy Roth. Mrs. Lou Wolly. tne house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Mickey Safer were hosA p stone. teases at a benefit .spaghetti supper and bridge held in the vestry rooms Mos W|)m( n would rathe] of the ue on Sunday eveV1 ,. (i h in ,. dlK ated II :.easier 10 sit upon torn to stand upon ceremonies King F uneral I Ionic To & 11 / / uinanil 1 /i FRANK Ph Operated by G. McGHAN'S WIDOW II N. W. 3rd A>e. •net .'-3535—3-1624 Miss Hannah Rae Berner i be brought to 1 How a man does hate The Congregation Beth-El wil for a receipted bill. hold liberal services on Fndav Strj rooms of the One ol the worst t days from 1 3ynagog the sympathy that goes with it leadership and must make way for leadership that does not look for purely physical esl Fudaism sees beauty in ideals, in truth. In jusB '. in O dnsci >usness A purely physical flame could not burr, unto j mira with those who doubt that mil to reBui ves on. though starved, in a state of suspended a miracle of hment, but resuming all evidences of active lien it becomes re-dedicated. Light your candles. Kindle the flame : credence to the miracle of the a d by 1 n the target foi %  ::.; % %  a! ai I itl : an I. stil rth. If thai er term an 1 : A" and .:. .. pla ed to f thai • %  pp'.y nfoi ents ar%  %  %  %  %  Kindling 1 .: "... In He'.ientsi e the freeA :•;. I :: %  ..:>(.%  to them Beauty of 1 AJews lOSi .: Tec..as; .:.• foreign of 1 .... A .... M Ik Lif< il ..:. -..: 0 Chanuk • not : •' that 1 .. %  I Syrians the A family stni ; th( Phil .: S Syria to intei Faith %  foi resort t • • %  : Bu" preach: Thii be pressed The Je be trained for the task : 1 bbearer Tl not been ions of !" 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Friday. December 15. 1933 T_HE_ J_E WISH FLORIDIAN SOCIETY i i Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of I this city, other prizes tor high BeUl Jacob Congregation Miami scores were awarded at each table Beach spent last Sunday and Mon, Chanuka Latkes were served during day in Jacksonville. Fla., in the inthe evening. of Kashrus. While there he was a visitor to the wholesale abbatoir of the Farris Co. whose home plant is located there and who have recently established a branch packing house in Miami to supply Miami and Miami Beach. In interviewing the Shoched who slaughters the cattle. Rabbi Rosenbloom expressed himself as being certain of the kashrus of the beef sent to Miami by this firm, and arranged for i supervision in Jacksonville by Rabbi Kossakovitz of that city. On the slaughtering of cattle in Jacksonville Rabbi Rosenbloom will be adused and will be enabled to keep strict account of all meats sent to Miami by this firm. Rabbi Margolis of the Jewish Community Center entertained Rabbi Rosenbloom during hi.stay there. number ... \ and guests of members, attended the An important meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday. December 19th. beginning at 8 p. m. and all members are urged to attend. Plans for a picnic for the children of the Sunday school and Talmud Torah will be discussed. A musical fox hunt is an innovation to be seen in Marion Davies' new picture. "Peg O My Heart." playing at the Tivoll Theatre next Sunday and Monday. The scenes, depicting an English hunt and a celebration in a picturesque lodge alter the kill, were arranged with a stirring musical score by Herbert Stothart, well known composer responsible lor the .score.-, and many ol i he original numbers in the Lawrence Tibbetl pictures as well Page Five PLAYING AT THE 'ill AVli. First number of the Chanuka THEATRE program at Temple Israel Fridaynight will be "Parade of the Lights" —a children's presentation in rhyme of the ancient Channukah story and its lesson, written by Mrs. Weinstein especially for this occasion. Traditional music will accompany this. The second part of the program will consist of a modern rededication. First number—the Rededication of an Ancient Land, by Mrs. 0C6EBT MOMGCXEIV Miss Miriam Scheinberg. Tables were placed on the lawn, and individual prizes were awarded at each table. Gifts were presented in a novel manner, being wheeled in a decorated perambulator, by a uniformed nurse. • • • Mickey Lubel, coach of the "Y" basketball team reported a cut in the squad from 30 to 16 men. The team is working very smoothly and an extensive schedule is planned Max Dobrin. Mrs. Feibelman will including teams in north Florida, sing the Hatikva. Rededication of Chanuka card party of the Ladle; %  many Broadway musical shows, lary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last Tuesday night and a tidy sum was realized iige of arrangements were Mrs. M Weiner and Mrs. N. BlumI he turkey was awarded to P. A. Coles of 351 S. W. 8th St. Miss Davies leads a large chorus Ol maliand female voices against an orchestral background in the celebration scenes In a score composed ol a number of old English and Irish ballads and hunting songs. The musical interlude carries the theme of the story and joins the musical scoring which backgrounds the entire dialogue of the picture. Comedy, pathos, and smashing drama are blended in "Made on Broadway." the sensational expose of Manhattan's maddest administration with Robert Montgomery and Sally Eilers in leading roles. which plays at the 7th Avenue Theatre next Sunday and Monday. Courtenay Tenett. famous metropolitan newspaper man. has drawn on some ol his most colorful experiences to serve as a basis for action of the story, with Montgomery in a characterization that tops all of his previous efforts at flip sophistication. He plays the role at a breath-taking tempo with every situation mounting in dramatic tension to a powerful climax, rORGSIN STORKS FILLED WITH FINE MERCHANDISE Youth, Miss Kitty Morris: Rededication of our National Government. Mrs. Tobias Simon; Rededication of Religion. Dr. Kaplan; Rededication of the Congregation and the Sisterhood, Mrs. Weinstein. Children taking part in the presentation: Teddy Plant, Muriel Newfeld. Helene Gottlieb, Myra Mirsk. Ilsa Ascher. Mitchell Goldman. Charles Rubin. Joyce Pearlman. Albert Rosen. Gloria Greeman. Berry Rippa. Irma Bernstein. Sonny Levy. Shirley Levy. Walter LaViune. Dorothy Levin, Frank Davis. Bernadine Roth. Harry Reimer. assisted by members of Class 2, Miss Kitty Morris, teacher • • • Mi... Sylvia Dreisen bride-elect of Nat L. Williams, was complimented at a linen shower and bridge party mven by Mrs. Stanley (' Myers, Sunday afternoon at tier home on S. W. 21st Ave. The hostess was assisted by her mother. Mrs M. Scheinberg, and her sister. A Mae West costume ball will be given at the Fleetwood Hotel January 17 under the auspices of Temple Israel of Miami. The ball has been approved by Miss West. A committee is being appointed to handle the tickets. TIVOLI Show* ft: |3 nd 0 00 P. M, Sunday 20c till 6:30 P. M. Sun.-Mon., December 17-18— MARION DAVIES "PEG OF MY HEART" i-. % % %  \ If lien You at the Buy HUNSHINE KOHHER MARKET V 434-38 Collins Avenue Miami Beach > on Get The Finest In Quality For the Least Money. A complete line of the Finest Fresh Domestic and Imported Delicatessen, Grocries, Dairy Products and Appetizers. Everything to delight the taste NEW YORK KOSHER Beef, Veal and Lamb. Live poultry including hens, livers, ducks. Bprings. A( the lowest prices. 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Pane Six THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Friday. December 15, 1933 I SOCIETY Senior Hadassah will give a dinner-dance on New Year's eve at the Blackstone hotel. Miami Beach, it was announced by Mrs s Simonhoff at the regular meeting of the group Monday, at the clubrooms m the Congress building. Mrs Julius Simpson ;uid Mrs. L. Lobenthal will receive the reservations. l"l'.e New Years Journal will be m charge Oi Mrs Joseph Williamsen and Mis Harry Weinberg. Harry Braunstein gave an interestalk, and Miss A Collins entertained with whlstUng numbers. • • • l"he Y M H A Diamond Ball team completed Its season last \ with a victory over the Miami Beach Athletic Club and ; the second place ranking in the Winter League. An informal u: :,>: %  the players ..planned earlj date. • • • zippy lively In cadKI :: proportioned in us romical .;:•.: musical eleing Lady' starring Ci rford and Clark Gable the Paramount Theatre : v Monday and Tuesday The an in a but show and her arrest as .* membei il a ...-' ed with inncy. tears as • ...:. [ami her afl lally falls in her ail He actually Calls in iged to tries I rash her .-' tl the producer. Gable is the stage producer, and Ted Healy his stage manager. During the show several gags with Hitler as the butt appears. When the wire comes telling of the producer's double crossing, Gable determines to produce the show himself, without Joan. Then Joan appears at the eleventh hour to put the show across with the dance numbers she has rehearsed, and eventually she falls in love with Gable. There are plenty of dancing bits, three big dancing numbers "Dancing Lady.'' -Rhythm of the Day.'' and "I'm Going Bavarian'" The whole thing leaves you with a pleasant exhiliration and is well worth, the price of admission The children ol the Sunday school and Talmud Torah of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be presented in a Chanuka play Hannah and her seven sons." ed by Miss Pauline Lasky : v Sunday evening at 7 p. m. Other pupils will be presented in a ..-.; Chanuka Lights.'' The ani I Ol Chanuka will be explained by Rabbi Julius Washer of the Congregation. The puohc Is in-..-. d to attend. What promises to be one of the gala events of the season is the Chanuka dinner being tendered by the trustees of Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach, next Sunday evening. December 17th. at the i Sea Breeze Hotel beginning at 7 p. m. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will deliver the invocation. Addresses i will be made by Philip Liberman. | president of the Congregation and prominent communal leader, and by Rabbi Rosenbloom who will be the principal speaker. Cantor Boris Schlachman of the Congregation will be heard in several solos, and Cantor I. Katz of Detroit. Mich, who is a winter visitor to Miami Beach will also be heard during the evening. The proceeds of the dinner will be devoted to the Talmud To! rah of the congregation which meet.daily at the Synagogue. The public is invited to attend. A.we go to press the initial dance "'. the current season Is beins: held by the Miami Beach Jewish. Social Set at the Miami Beach Country club Dancing !s being en-< joyed and a program of entertainment ha.been provided. Thus will be a weekly affair evenThursday hi during the season. L. Williams president of the organization appointed Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach chairman of the arrangements committee. He will be assisted by Sol. Schwartz in charge of finance, H. M. Drevich in charge of luncheons, and Cantor Boris Schlachman in charge of headquarters. Full details of the conference will appear in our next issue. water; beautifully decorated public rooms; American bars, ballrooms, children's rooms, enclosed verandah, elevators; swimming pool, sym nasia, sport decks, radio and a special garage will insure the comfor; and pleasure of the passengers. The ships will make the run from New York to Gdynia in 8 1-2 days giving the fastest direct service through Gdynia to Poland. Russia and the Baltic. GYDNIA-AMEBICA LINE TO BII1.I) TWO NEW FAST. LUXURIOUS suit's Beth Jacob Sisterhood will pi : Its Sunday School id Torah in two plays n< xi Sunday afternoon .•: p ;:. Mrs David I Rosenbloom in charge By the Lights ol Chanuka" >v, n People are the ) ill be %  %  %  .:,: Idn n Rabbi K m .:..: riel address n in Bnai Brith Plans Meeting IN THE NEW SENSATIONAL MUSICAL ROMANCE* 'DANCING LADY' ith Frinchot Tone MiR Ifd llftly tnd Hi* ItMftft! 1 \lr.i Added \ltr.i lion Miikiv Mouse Hi torial Path. New* Noveltj —i Matinees -."> Nifihl354 HB PMONC 1-117J Mon.-Tues. Dec. 18-19 HENRYU YD Invites you to visit his new WYLY'S HALCYON GRILL 2S N. 1-. 2nd Ave. • xcellent food is • the ch< %  ri( -' t surroundii _• %  j a PERSONNEL OF PERSONALITIES %  :• THREE MEALS DAILY 7 A. M. To CONTINUOUS 9 P. M. TABLE D'HOTE A LA CARTE % INTEREST PAID ON SWINGS i %  %  arnings Is thi in st id to rer.dence. Open an account NOW %  ary each week cr pay-day this pro.-.:•... ize you. "No One Ever Lost a Dollar of Principal or Interest in %  Morris Plan Rank." THE MORRIS PLAN COMPANY of Miami VINCENT R BR1CE Manager 105 N E Pint Ave. Miami Fl rl Warsaw, December 14.—The Gdynia-America Line which maintains regular direct service between Poland's new modern port. Gdynia and New York—Halifax, ordered two motor liners from the famous Monfalcone (Trieste) shipyards, the builders of the luxurious Italian liner "Conte de Savoia." The ships will be the last word in construction, of 15.000 gross registered tons to accommodate 800 passengers. Only Tourist and Third Class will be carried. Large cabins with hot and cold running A neurologist advises tea parties to calm the overwrought. Yet history tells of one at Boston that sent Britain into jitters. r JR. HADASSAH and the Y. M. H. A. invites you to its joint GALA DANCE Saturday. December 16th from 9 P.M. At The FLEETWOOD HOTEL Miami Beach DANCE CONTEST Valuable Prizes Entertainment Sf s^ v* "Beauty As An Art" OPENING ON WLW*F Wednesday, Dee. 20/// 5%iV V..*, ? •Vs* v

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Friday. December 15, 1933
THE JEWISH
KLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED KVKKV FRIDAY
b) (he
WISH FI.OKIIHAN PUBLISHING CO.
1 P. 0. 11"* 2973
Miami, Florida I'hone 2-118.'f
EDITORIAL OPFICBBi
j.| s. W. l'.lh AvMM Phone 2-1183
~~J. LOUIS SHOCIIET. Editor
Il,| II K. BHOCHBT. Circulation M.u,.,,,,
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
fl, s.'.'i.ml class niall.T July 4.
th Poeeil Office* ill Miunii, Florida.
I,. Art "f March S. 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
Six Monthn.......$1.00
lltif Vcar.......$2.00
parteon between the euphonious
German tin) names and the caco-
phonous Jewish tirsl names. Turn-
ing to a Jewish boy the teacher
;| k'" l;l"> '" give his father's tin)
name, "l cant i ,i: you wU, ,augn
said the boy. bul the teacher in-
sisted n hearing it. "Adolph," said
the Jewish boy The anti-Aryan
drive Is In for a lol ol humorous
jibes, one tells about a Jew who
was standing In the Berlin ceme-
tery with a big hose waterii
grave tor several hours. "Whal are
you doing ii.is tor?" asked thi
ton i am baptizing my great-
grandmother," replied the Jew
Thus the Jew finds it possible to
laugh oil all his I roubles. The
humorous stories ol present day
German Jewry are an inten
contribution to folklore and thej
are worthy iii preservation The
Sentinel.
Vol. 6 No. 4!)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1933
They Must Not He
Overshadowed
In the tremendous publicity thai
has attended the widespread and
militant protests organized by vari-
ous Jewish groups throughout the
world against the persecution ol
the -lews in Germany, the con-
structive relief program in behall
of the German Jews and German-
. refugees has unfortunately
been overshadowed Mass meetings,
parades, demonstrations and boy-
cotts produce reams of publicity
and evoke far more public notice
than the restrained activities ol
the relief agencies, although in
the long run the undertakings ol
the latter bodies are productivi ol
Immeasurably more tangible re-
sults. The concerted protests have
had a salutary effect in mobilizing
public opinion but it would be tool-
hardy to permit them to submerge
the urgency of providing Immediate
to the 500.000 Jews iii Ger-
many and to the 65.000 others who
efugees, The work of the Joint
Distribution Committee and ot the
Jewish Agency has yielded encour-
aging and positive results which
mean much to the victims ol the
Nazi regime. The settlement ol thl
"s in Palestine, the orgam/a-
: emigration, the rehabilita-
tion ol German-Jewish youth, bol.s-
the economic position ol
m Jewry and maintaining
in-Jewish welfare institutions
Mute undertakings ol tremen-
importance. Because they are
lacking in dramatic and publicity-
provoking qualities is no reason why
hould be Ignored either by
the press or by the public.
Industrial-. 1 grarian
Colonies For Jews
President Roosevelt's plan ol
tling substantial numbers ol the
unemployed urban masses in small
agricultural colonies adjacent to
the large cities where they can com-
bine farming with small scale in-
dustrial pot |l I- about In be
adapted to the need, oi the Jew-
ish unemployed ol New York City.
Under the auspice ni the Pro-
visional Commission tor Jewish
Farm Settlements In the United
States, 200 families, drawn from
the tanks oi inble- needle trade
workers, will be set I led this spring
in an Industrial-agrarian colony in
New Jersey The Provisional Com-
mission's expert* have developed a
detailed and practical pi
which win enable these settlers to
raise enough food for their own use
! at the same '11111 that they engage
in part-time industrial activity By
co-ordinating agriculture and in-
dustry it is hoped these colonists
will find n possible to earn a de-
cent living in healthful surround-
Thl* project, which is still In
the experimental stage, will be
watched with ureat interest bec.ni.-i
I if it succeeds it will mean not mere-
ly a new and successful type Ol
Jewish back-to-ihe-land movement
but a cure for the chrome econo-
mic ailments ol Jewish workers In
the highlj seasonal trades.
Restoring The
Marranos
The Jew Laughs
It Off
chologists tell us that human
beings compensate for everything
'ems that the Jews of Ger-
many today find at least some
nsation for their troubles in
humor. A lame number of stories
have been coined by Jews around
recent events In the land of Teu-
Kultur. Many of these stories
,!' i!I With Hitler The mast popular
ut a Jew who went to a gro-
cery store on Grenadierstrasse (the
h Ghetto in Berlin' and ask-
ed for a Hitler herring. The grocer
''' puzzled and he consulted his
Wife who replied iastantly: "Give
the man a Bismarck without a
head." Another story tells about a
l!""l teacher who drew a com-
Lakeland, Fla.
Notes
Melvin Estroff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Estroff. will be Bar
Mitzvah this Sabbath, on Friday
night he will address the Congrega-
tion On Sabbath morning he will
read the Maftir at the Synagogue
oi the Jewish Aliance.
Rev. Jacob Holtzman of Tampa
will read the services.
Sunday afternoon a reception
Will be held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Estroff in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah,
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Aliance will give a Chanukah
dance and serve refreshments, and
he children ot the Sunday School
will nice a Chanukah play.
THE
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
One of the least known branches
ol Jewry 1.- the Marranos colony in
Portugal. World Jewry has ignored
these Marranos in recent, years no!
because thej are an undesirable
group but because it has concerned
Itsell with more pressing problems
11 is therefore encouraging to learn
that Sir Elie Kadooric. the dis-
tinguished Jewish philanthropist
from India, ha.- practically taken
m,M the entire financial responsi-
bility lor all the communal inst.it u-
,,, 0| 1 he Portuguese Marranos
He has just returned from a visit
,,, the Marranos and while 111 Por- j
tugal presented them with SIO.O(H)
to e tablish a synagogue and pledg-
ed hiinseii io become the patron of
ail Jewish activities among them.
Kadoorie's generosity will unques-
tionably do much to restore tins
forgotten segment <>' Jewry to its
rightful place 111 Jewish life.
Instead of regretting yesterday.
net busy and prepare lor tomorrow.
You can always count upon your
friends as long as you have the
price.
It sometimes happens thai Hie
best man at a wedding really docs
have H" best of it
Mr and Mrs Harry Herman, Mr.
David Goldman, Mrs. Mae Benja-
min and -mi Philip, and Mr and
Mrs m Hermer oi st. Petersburg,
were the guest over the week-end
Ol Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Witlncr ol
70L> K Adahe St.
At .services Friday night. Dec.
15th. Rabbi Adolph Burger will
speak on the "Significance of the
Chanukah Light." Miss Ruth Web-
er will tell the story ot Chanukah
and special music will be rendered
by the Rcxloph sholom Choir.
Children o: the Hebrew and Sun-
day school classes oi Rodoph Sho-
lom Temple will give two play.-
Sunday. Dec. 17th. 8 p. 111.. 111 the
auditorium of the Temple. The
laches Auxiliary oi the Temple Will
distribute gifts to the children for
Chanukah.
MiSS Margaret Card entertained
last week ai a luncheon at the
Crescent grill in compliment to
Miss Minnie Cracowaner. popular
bnde-eiect Tiny coursage bouquets
Ol holly and mistletoe were arrang-
ed at each place, a graceful ar-
rangement of holly and mistletoe
adorned the center of the table
Miss Card presented Miss Craco-
wanor with a beautiful gift.

Miss Minnie Cracowaner, popular
bride-elect of this season whose
marriage to Irving Salsbury will
take place this month, was enter-
tamed at a bridge party Saturday
evening. Dec. 9th. at the home of
Miss Mollie Bergman. 2208 North
Blvd. The rooms where guests were
received were brightened with
Christmas colors, quantities of poin-
settias and fern were arranged at
vantage' points and the red and
green motif was repeated in the
refreshments served late in the eve-
ning. Prizes were awarded the guest
receiving the highest score in
bridge which was Mrs. B. J. Fin-
man and the bride-elect was also
presented with a gift. Miss Berg-
man was a.ssisted by her mother.
Mrs. E. M. Bergman, and her sister
Mrs J. D. Roscnthal. whose little
daughter, dressed in an appropriate
costume, distributed the tallies and
pre eiiled the gifts.

Over 125 guests were invited by-
Mrs. S. M. Essrig and Mrs. E. H.
Steinberg. Tuesday afternoon. Dec.
[2th, between the hours of 4 and 0
o'clock at the residence of Mr. S.
M. Essrig. 2301 Morgan St.. to com-
pliment Muss Minnie Cracowaner
at a bridal tea.
Herschele Ostropoler. the famous
Jewish wit, once rushed into the
office of the burial society and
tearfully announced that his wife
had just died and that he was in
urgent need of money to buy a cof-
f 111 and a shroud. The society im-
mediately gave him the money and
appointed a committee Io visit Os-
tropoler's house and prepare tor his
spouse's burial.
When the committee reached Os-
1 tropoler's house it was amazed to
see 'he' "corpse" engaged In the
unghostly occupation of peeling po-
tatoes
The spokesman for the commit-
tee then turned to Herschele anil
angrily asked:
"I thought you said your wife had
died What's the- joke''
The wag then replied:
"'You'll get her sooner or later
What difference' does it make ii
she stays with me for a little
while.''
The late Rabbi Israel Meiei
Cohen, known as the Chofetz
Chaim. was not only a famous
pietist and scholar, but a man who
was accustomed to make a daily
round of his city to collect food and
clothing for the poor. On one ol
these' tours he called on a rich Jew
who flatly refused to give anything
The Chofetz Chaim pleaded and
argued but in vain.
Finally the Rabbi began to lec-
ture the wealthy Jew on the vanity
of life and the essential 11-' I'
iii'.s- ol his money. The Jew bi'ianie
suddenly angry and without warn-
ing slapped the chofetz Chaim on
the face.
The famous Rabbi turned pale lor
a moment, but without losing his
composure calmly said:
Well Reb Yenkel. thai was tor
line. Now what are you going to give
for the poor?"
and light, but as soon as I cease to
study, that all disappears. What
ought I to do?"
Whereupon the rabbi answered:
'That is like a man who journeys
through a forest on a dark night,
and part ot the way is accompanied
by another who carries a lantern.
At length they come to where then
paths divide' and each must go on
alone. If each carries his own lan-
tern, he need fear no darkness
That nudist bride in California
is wearing the ring, but we don't
see why, as it will keep her from
tanning evenly.
Howdy neighbor! Sure I'm working!
Getting thirty hours a week.
Jusl 1 small step .but it's headed
Toward the goal that we all seek.
Alter endless months of loafim:
Labor seems almost sublime!
And I'll tell the world a pay check
Beats a dole checkevery time1
Many times my pride I've swallowed
So my family could eat,
Lost our car. our home, our savings,
Worked for Welfareon the
street!
When I think of all we've been
through.
From my heart there comes a
sob.
So I'm thankful that I'm worknv.
Thankful cause I've got a job!
Legitamacy f Jewish Children
Born in Soviet Russia Ques-
tioned in Poland
When a man makes a blunder
that he can't blame on anybody
else, he doesli'l like to hear about
11
A young rabbi complained to his
., acher "During the hours when I
am studying. I feel filled with life
St. Petersburg
Notes
WarsawPolish rabbinical cir-
cle.- are agitatedly discussing the
question ot whether Jewish chil-
dren born of marriages concluded
in Russia since the Bolshevik Revo-
lution are legitimate or illegitimate.
The issu.' arose through a lie. 1 ;
divorce granted a Russian Jewess.
j Many rabbis here claim that since
] such marriages in Russia are not
legal according to Jewish law the
children ol such unions are illegiti-
mate. Other rabbis are opposed to
such a ruling. In order to settle the
issue the Rabbinical Union has cir-
cularized the rabbis of all-Eastern
European countries for their opin-
ion in the matter.
Na/i Minister Links Masons and
Jews As Foes of Peasants
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's topic of
sermon for this Friday Eve at Con-
gregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th St.
No., will be "The Heroic Maccabees
And The Sanctuary of The Lord."
commemorating Chanukah.
Sautrday morning services at 9
o'clock.
? *
The Young Maccabees held their
: regular meeting last Monday Eve.,
Dee. 11th. at the Congregation. A
debate' was held on "Should re-
ligion participate in political move-
ments"? Same will be continued at
next meeting.
*
Rabbi A. S. Klcinfeld will be the
guest speaker at the Florida Ma-
sonic Home, on Sunday afternoon.
Dec. 17th. at 3 p. m. Subject: "Re-
ligion and Masonry."

All is in readiness for Sunday
Eve. Dec. 17th. when Chanukah
will be celebraU'd with a large pag-
eant at the Congregation. 921 9th
St. No. All the children will par-
ticipate. Refreshments will be serv-
ed and a good time is assured
everyone.
BerlinA crowd of 40.000 West-
phalian peasants roared approval
at Hamm when Dr. Walther Darre.
minister of agriculture. linked
Masons and Jews as the "arch ene-
mies of the German peasants" in
an address on Hitler's agricultural
policy Dane -aid that the Masons
planned to sabotage all National
Socialist policies" while the Jews
'through their capitalistic and
speculative Stock Exchange activi-
ties persistently plotted to deprive
the peasant of a profitable and
steady market for his produce."
Ii Books by Jewish Authors on
Catholic "White List"
New York.Six books by Jewish
authors are included in the Catho-
lic- while list" of books selected
quarterly by the Cardinal Hayes
Literature Committee. The books
are Divided Loyalties" by Lewis
Einstein, "The South Sea Bubble'
by Viscount Eleigh. "The Edwar-
dian Era." by Andre Maurois,
"Frontiers of Medicine" by Dr.
Morris Flshbein. "Modern Man in
search of a Soul" by C. A. Jung,
and "Parents. Children and Money."
by Sidonic and Benjamin Gruen-
berg.



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ted by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Synai -
Sunday Mornings VIOD, Miami, Florida |
No. 13 I
Mr, B. J. Colien. was reelected
ident of the B'nai Brith. Lodge
1043. at the annual elect.on held buslness mect'n*-
A meeting, of the Temple Sister-
hood of the Congregation Beth-El
was held at the home of Mrs. Geo.
Goldsmith on Tuesday ei
Plans were completed i a bene-
fit supper to be held in the
future. A social hour followed the
Vol. 111. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1833
+++++*+*+*+**+***+****+****+*+*+**+*********+*+** last week. The other officers elect-
'The Miracle of Chanilkah, Suspended
Animation."
Delaney & Beers
Kodak Kini'hing and Enlarg-in*-
Commercial Work and Htmr Portrait*
50% Oft* on All Amateur Work
112 N. E. 4th St. Phone 1-5J-J
Scripture Reading. Numbers, Chapter VII. verses 10 and 11.
Oil Tuesda) night, December 12th. the eve of the 3
Kislev Chai Feast of Di 11 For the
-d:e< will be kind:. syna-
I in the private d :" one
unber by one each 1
mmemoratea the victory of 1 M over the Syrian
.indies
burn in the '' "''
in this 1
Nei fammid. the
it to be kii
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gal: secretary, Isadore Segal; trea-
surer. Lou Wolly, and assistant
treasurer Harry Kanner.
Miss Dolly Safer was hostess at
an informal gathering at her home ;
on Tuesday evening. Games and
dancing were enjoyed during the
evening. Among those present were
the Misses Hilda Caplin, Thoba
Solomon. Ethel Segal. Naomi Hen-
ry, and Frances S*
. .
Soy Bean Bread
and other testable bread.
GOOD HEALTH BAKING
COMPANY, INC.
2165 W. Hauler St. Phone 2-511
MM Washington Avenue. M. 15
The "Good II< alih" Kind
spending the Ic-end in Tampa
of 01
a: Silverstein has returned to his
home after a minor operation at
rida Sanitarium.
Mrs. L. Moses, of New York. Is
Mrs Hy Roth. Mrs. Lou Wolly. tne house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs Mickey Safer were hos- A p stone.
teases at a benefit .spaghetti supper ---------------------------
and bridge held in the vestry rooms Mos, W|)m(,n would rathe]. ,
of the ue on Sunday eve- V1,.(i ,h.in ,.dlK.ated.
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II :.- easier 10 sit upon torn
' to stand upon ceremonies
King F uneral I Ionic
To & 11 / / uinanil 1 /i
FRANK Ph Operated by G. McGHAN'S WIDOW II N. W. 3rd A>e. net .'-35353-1624
Miss Hannah Rae Berner
i be brought to 1
How a man does hate
The Congregation Beth-El wil for a receipted bill.
hold liberal services on Fndav -----------
Strj rooms of the One ol the worst
t days from 1 3ynagog the sympathy that goes with it
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leadership and must make way for leadership that does not look for
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T_HE_ J_E WISH FLORIDIAN
SOCIETY
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Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of I this city, other prizes tor high
BeUl Jacob Congregation Miami scores were awarded at each table
Beach spent last Sunday and Mon- Chanuka Latkes were served during
day in Jacksonville. Fla., in the in- the evening.
of Kashrus. While there he
was a visitor to the wholesale ab-
batoir of the Farris Co. whose home
plant is located there and who have
recently established a branch pack-
ing house in Miami to supply Miami
and Miami Beach. In interviewing
the Shoched who slaughters the
cattle. Rabbi Rosenbloom expressed
himself as being certain of the
kashrus of the beef sent to Miami
by this firm, and arranged for i
supervision in Jacksonville by Rabbi
Kossakovitz of that city. On the
slaughtering of cattle in Jackson-
ville Rabbi Rosenbloom will be ad-
used and will be enabled to keep
strict account of all meats sent to
Miami by this firm. Rabbi Margolis
of the Jewish Community Center
entertained Rabbi Rosenbloom dur-
ing hi.- stay there.
number
... \ and guests
of members,
attended the
An important meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
held at the Synagogue next Tues-
day. December 19th. beginning at
8 p. m. and all members are urged
to attend. Plans for a picnic for the
children of the Sunday school and
Talmud Torah will be discussed.
A musical fox hunt is an innova-
tion to be seen in Marion Davies'
new picture. "Peg O My Heart."
playing at the Tivoll Theatre next
Sunday and Monday. The scenes,
depicting an English hunt and a
celebration in a picturesque lodge
alter the kill, were arranged with
a stirring musical score by Herbert
Stothart, well known composer re-
sponsible lor the .score.-, and many
ol i he original numbers in the
Lawrence Tibbetl pictures as well
Page Five
PLAYING AT THE
'ill AVli.
First number of the Chanuka
THEATRE program at Temple Israel Friday-
night will be "Parade of the Lights"
a children's presentation in
rhyme of the ancient Channukah
story and its lesson, written by
Mrs. Weinstein especially for this
occasion. Traditional music will
accompany this.
The second part of the program
will consist of a modern rededica-
tion. First numberthe Rededica-
tion of an Ancient Land, by Mrs.
0C6EBT MOMGCXEIV
Miss Miriam Scheinberg.
Tables were placed on the lawn,
and individual prizes were award-
ed at each table. Gifts were pre-
sented in a novel manner, being
wheeled in a decorated perambu-
lator, by a uniformed nurse.

Mickey Lubel, coach of the "Y"
basketball team reported a cut in
the squad from 30 to 16 men. The
team is working very smoothly and
an extensive schedule is planned
Max Dobrin. Mrs. Feibelman will including teams in north Florida,
sing the Hatikva. Rededication of
Chanuka card party of the Ladle- ; many Broadway musical shows,
lary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation last Tuesday
night and a tidy sum was realized
iige of arrangements were
Mrs. M Weiner and Mrs. N. Blum-
I he turkey was awarded to
P. A. Coles of 351 S. W. 8th St.
Miss Davies leads a large chorus
Ol mali- and female voices against
an orchestral background in the
celebration scenes In a score com-
posed ol a number of old English
and Irish ballads and hunting
songs. The musical interlude car-
ries the theme of the story and
joins the musical scoring which
backgrounds the entire dialogue of
the picture.
Comedy, pathos, and smashing
drama are blended in "Made on
Broadway." the sensational expose
of Manhattan's maddest adminis-
tration with Robert Montgomery
and Sally Eilers in leading roles.
which plays at the 7th Avenue
Theatre next Sunday and Monday.
Courtenay Tenett. famous met-
ropolitan newspaper man. has
drawn on some ol his most color-
ful experiences to serve as a basis
for action of the story, with Mont-
gomery in a characterization that
tops all of his previous efforts at
flip sophistication. He plays the
role at a breath-taking tempo with
every situation mounting in dra-
matic tension to a powerful climax,
rORGSIN storks FILLED
WITH FINE MERCHANDISE
Youth, Miss Kitty Morris: Rededi-
cation of our National Government.
Mrs. Tobias Simon; Rededication of
Religion. Dr. Kaplan; Rededication
of the Congregation and the Sister-
hood, Mrs. Weinstein.
Children taking part in the pre-
sentation: Teddy Plant, Muriel
Newfeld. Helene Gottlieb, Myra
Mirsk. Ilsa Ascher. Mitchell Gold-
man. Charles Rubin. Joyce Pearl-
man. Albert Rosen. Gloria Gree-
man. Berry Rippa. Irma Bernstein.
Sonny Levy. Shirley Levy. Walter
LaViune. Dorothy Levin, Frank
Davis. Bernadine Roth. Harry Rei-
mer. assisted by members of Class
2, Miss Kitty Morris, teacher

Mi... Sylvia Dreisen bride-elect
of Nat L. Williams, was compli-
mented at a linen shower and
bridge party mven by Mrs. Stanley
(' Myers, Sunday afternoon at tier
home on S. W. 21st Ave. The hos-
tess was assisted by her mother.
Mrs M. Scheinberg, and her sister.
A Mae West costume ball will be
given at the Fleetwood Hotel Jan-
uary 17 under the auspices of
Temple Israel of Miami. The ball
has been approved by Miss West.
A committee is being appointed to
handle the tickets.
TIVOLI
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Sunday 20c till 6:30 P. M.
Sun.-Mon., December 17-18
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Beef, Veal and Lamb.
Live poultry including
hens, livers, ducks.
Bprings. A( the lowest
prices.
Tourists who have traveled m the
Union in the last lew years
have been much impressed by the
' and excellence of merchan-
dise earned In the TORGSIN
Stores From beautiful art objects
I .1 ticli products
and clothing, from auto.-, to tooth-
brushes, imported and domestic
inerchandi.se of the best quality can
be bought at these -tore.-.
Price.- recently have been greatly
reduced and are either on a level
with American prices or even below
them. For instance, men'.- SUiti can
be bought for .seven and a half
Rubles, and the shelve.- are filled
with similar bargains
The services has been greatly un-
proved. There are now 1.500 TORG- '
SIN stores in over 1.000 cities. The -
recepient of a Torgsin order can go
to any store and select whatever
articles he wishes. People living in
places where there are no Torgsin
Stores receive a price list from j
which they can order by mail and 1
get the goods by registered parcel i
post Postage charges are also less
now.
This service is offered for the
convenience of people living in
Soviet Russia who have relatives
or friends here. Torgsin Stores sell
only for foreign currency or for
Torgsin Orders which can be sent
to anyone in any quantity.
Dr. A. Lustgarten
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Phone 3-3391
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Pane Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Friday. December 15, 1933


I

SOCIETY
Senior Hadassah will give a din-
ner-dance on New Year's eve at the
Blackstone hotel. Miami Beach, it
was announced by Mrs s Simon-
hoff at the regular meeting of the
group Monday, at the clubrooms m
the Congress building. Mrs Julius
Simpson ;uid Mrs. L. Lobenthal
will receive the reservations.
l"l'.e New Years Journal will be
m charge Oi Mrs Joseph William-
sen and Mis Harry Weinberg.
Harry Braunstein gave an interest-
alk, and Miss A Collins enter-
tained with whlstUng numbers.

l"he Y M H A Diamond Ball
team completed Its season last
\ with a victory over the
Miami Beach Athletic Club and
;. the second place ranking in
the Winter League. An informal
u: :,>: the players ..- planned
earlj date.

zippy lively In cad-
ki :: proportioned in us ro-
mical .;:.: musical ele-
ing Lady' starring
Ci rford and Clark Gable
the Paramount Theatre
: v Monday and Tuesday The
an in a but
show and her arrest as .* membei
il a ...-' ed with in-
ncy. tears as

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her afl lally falls in
her ail He actually Calls in
iged to
tries I rash her
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the producer. Gable is the stage
producer, and Ted Healy his stage
manager. During the show several
gags with Hitler as the butt appears.
When the wire comes telling of the
producer's double crossing, Gable
determines to produce the show
himself, without Joan. Then Joan
appears at the eleventh hour to
put the show across with the dance
numbers she has rehearsed, and
eventually she falls in love with
Gable. There are plenty of dancing
bits, three big dancing numbers
"Dancing Lady.'' -Rhythm of the
Day.'' and "I'm Going Bavarian'"
The whole thing leaves you with a
pleasant exhiliration and is well
worth, the price of admission
The children ol the Sunday school
and Talmud Torah of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be presented in a Chanuka play
Hannah and her seven sons."
ed by Miss Pauline Lasky
: v Sunday evening at 7 p. m.
Other pupils will be presented in a
..-.; Chanuka Lights.'' The
ani I Ol Chanuka will be ex-
plained by Rabbi Julius Washer of
the Congregation. The puohc Is in-
-..-. d to attend.
What promises to be one of the
gala events of the season is the !
Chanuka dinner being tendered by
the trustees of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Miami Beach, next Sunday
evening. December 17th. at the i
Sea Breeze Hotel beginning at 7 p.
m. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will
deliver the invocation. Addresses i
will be made by Philip Liberman. |
president of the Congregation and
prominent communal leader, and
by Rabbi Rosenbloom who will be
the principal speaker. Cantor Boris
Schlachman of the Congregation
will be heard in several solos, and
Cantor I. Katz of Detroit. Mich,
who is a winter visitor to Miami
Beach will also be heard during the
evening. The proceeds of the dinner
will be devoted to the Talmud To- !
rah of the congregation which
meet.- daily at the Synagogue. The
public is invited to attend.
a.- we go to press the initial
dance "'. the current season Is be-
ins: held by the Miami Beach Jew-
ish. Social Set at the Miami Beach
Country club Dancing !s being en-<
joyed and a program of entertain-
ment ha.- been provided. Thus will
be a weekly affair even- Thursday
hi during the season.
L. Williams president of the or-
ganization appointed Rabbi David
I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach
chairman of the arrangements
committee. He will be assisted by
Sol. Schwartz in charge of finance,
H. M. Drevich in charge of lunch-
eons, and Cantor Boris Schlachman
in charge of headquarters. Full de-
tails of the conference will appear
in our next issue.
water; beautifully decorated public
rooms; American bars, ballrooms,
children's rooms, enclosed verandah,
elevators; swimming pool, sym.
nasia, sport decks, radio and a spe-
cial garage will insure the comfor;
and pleasure of the passengers.
The ships will make the run from
New York to Gdynia in 8 1-2 days
giving the fastest direct service
through Gdynia to Poland. Russia
and the Baltic.
GYDNIA-AMEBICA LINE TO
BII1.I) TWO NEW FAST.
LUXURIOUS suit's
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will pi
: Its Sunday School
id Torah in two plays
n< xi Sunday afternoon .: p ;:.
Mrs David I Rosenbloom in
charge By the Lights ol Chanuka"
. >v, n People are the
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Bnai Brith
Plans Meeting
IN THE NEW SENSATIONAL
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Mon.-Tues.
Dec. 18-19
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Invites you to visit his new
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xcellent food is
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VINCENT R BR1CE
Manager
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Miami Fl rl
Warsaw, December 14.The Gdy-
nia-America Line which maintains
regular direct service between Po-
land's new modern port. Gdynia
and New YorkHalifax, ordered
two motor liners from the famous
Monfalcone (Trieste) shipyards, the
builders of the luxurious Italian
liner "Conte de Savoia."
The ships will be the last word
in construction, of 15.000 gross
registered tons to accommodate
800 passengers. Only Tourist and
Third Class will be carried. Large
cabins with hot and cold running
A neurologist advises tea parties
to calm the overwrought. Yet his-
tory tells of one at Boston that
sent Britain into jitters.
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JR. HADASSAH
and the
Y. M. H. A.
invites you to its joint
GALA DANCE
Saturday. December 16th
from 9 P.M.
At The
FLEETWOOD HOTEL
Miami Beach
DANCE CONTEST
Valuable Prizes Entertainment
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OPENING ON
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at Miami wen discussed. The
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Miami on December
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T^rJtH
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"EXCLUSIVE BUT INEXPENSIVE"
sT
WE DEEPLY
appreciate the efforts
David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach, and take
this means of expressing our gratitude.
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RABBI ROSENBLOOMt,
sonville hist Sunday and .Monday and made a
thorough inspection of our modern wholesale
abbattoir where the finest of Kansas steers are
slaughtered daily to supply our growing Kosher
trad-' in .Miami. Miami Beach and elsewhere in
Florida, by Rev. M. Finn.
WE ARE HAPPY TO
have re-
< rived his
commendation and approval, and pleased to have
in our humble way helped to insure that Miami
and Miami Beach .Jewry will have strictly Kosher
beef of the finest quality.
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