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The Jewish Floridian ( December 22, 1933 )

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B'NAI B'RITH CONFERENCE NUMBER wJewisti Ttoridiafi v No. 50. Jewish News Around The World Brazil Names Commission to ( oiisider Admission of <.. i in.111 Refugees Rio de Janeiro.—A special com:, to consider ways and means ni absorbing a substantial number man refugees has been appointed by Dr. Salgrado Filho. Brazilian minister of labor. Many Brazili ire anxious to bring the and technicians ousted from Germany to Brazil which is In need of their services to develop her natural resources, There ity of room for increased imtion to Brazil which has a i than that ol the and a population of only 40.000.00C. The appointment Ion is the outgrowth lions initiated b] it Nations High Commlsi lerman Refu 11. Rabbi Wise Backs Move To Bar Tax Exemption York, Rabbi Stephen S. Ined with the Rev. John and Bishop Franda J. McConnell of the Methodist pal Church in a proposal to the memben "1 the New York lature to pass leglsla• reduce the excessive privl: tax exemption now granted to churches, synagogues and are organizations." Among Ion proposed is taxation of land increment, payment oi and taxation of land held out of use. Bible Story of Jezebel Confirmed bv Dr. Lake Cambridge. Mass.—The story of iked Queen Jezebel, who is mentioned in the Old Testament, is I by the discovery of a huge tower in her capital city, la, according to an announce%  Harvard University. Dr. p Lake, professor of history at Harvard, headed an expedition uncovered the tower. It had been buried for more than 2.000 years Excavations made by Dr. expeditions confirm the ol Jezebel as well as the fact that he painted her face. Develop Northern Develpoment Northern Territory Canberre. Australia—A new field f r Jewish immigration is believed to have been opened in Australia *h the Issuance of an official by the Australian government offering special concesi immigrants who will settle Northern Territory, one of ilia's undeveloped regions. ettlers going to Northern Terrire promised exemption from kid and income taxes and assistan <* in building and developing natural resources. I OR IDA'S ONLY JKW'ISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1933 A Message To B'nai B'rith By Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom Chairman Conference Committee DR. LEON BANOV P %  • Disl Grand Lodge No, 5 B'nai B'rith B'nai B'rith To Hold Conference B'nai B'rith will hold th r held In Miami beginnin a u ij Dea mber 24th, at 430 p. M. when the til will beam at the Elk.Club. The district comprise Maryland, District oi Columbia. Virginia, %  Carolina. South Carolina. Oi and Florida Grand Lodge ofl who will attend are Dr. Leon Banov president of the District and prominent physician Ol Charleston. S. C. and Judge Leon Fromberc, municipal Judge of Charleston. S. C a pas) president of the Dist: The first session will open with an invocation by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H Kaplan of Temple Israel and will be followed by an address by Mr w L William.president of the local Sholom Lodge. A round table discussion of work of the Hillel Foundation .the Anti-Defamation League and the problems of Jewry throughout the world with stress on the work of the order to alleviate the suffering in Germany, will follow. The session will adjou 6:30 and will be followed by a mass meeting at which Rabbi David I Rosenbloom will preside and Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver the invocation. Addresses will be made by Dr. Leon Banov and Judge Joseph Fromberg. Monday morning the representatives to the conference will be taken on a sightseeing tour and a luncheon will be served at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant at 1 o'clock. Mr. Isidor Cohen will preside. The invocation will be delivered by Rabbi 8. M. Machtei and the benediction by Rabbi Julius Washer. An effort is being made by the local Lodge to obtain the 1934 Convention of the Order to Miami. Thus convention will brine several thousand visitors here during March of 1934 and will focus the attention Of a large part of the world on its activities. B'nai B'rith is an international organization with I in the greater portion of the ci< ed world. Officers of the local Lodge are W L. Williams. | dent. Wm. Friedman, first vice-' president. Wolf Cohen, second vicepresident. Nat L. Williams, secretary. Edward Friedman, treasurer. Honored guests, delegates and visitors: We bid you welcome In a genuinely Jewish way and say to you "Bruchim Haboim." This conference is of extraordinary importance as we meet in a time when serious and vexing problems face US. It is up to us to be true to ourlering these facts. My broth ..not fool ouri' In this conference pade T!a5th Bnai Brith has suffered i terrific loss in membership On %  rn have become cai ol 'hem think they ha-.' : .?. II but if they will only their eyes tow the Is .-till a call for unity. So thai I mount purpose of this conference be to call back to the fold tho. that have wandered off and to inthe young men In this the n thai Is auth to speak for the entire Jewry a! Bnai Brith does not make any dU tinction between Orthodox. Reform or Conservative. We are all son the Covenant, so I urge you eaci and every delegate, visitors as well. very honest effort to strengthen the membership of this organization and then re the district officers to earnon this of Protection through Bnai Br.:!, Ann defamation Philantrophv through its hospitals. Orphan and Old Folks Homes; Fellowship thru the Hillel foundations all of these will be discussed In detail this conference. Bnai Brith with its arms outstretched to every part of the glob.bringing solace and comfort to th" distressed, healing to the sick, food and care to the homeless. Bnai Brith who has fought and is fighting the horrible persecution of Hitlerism in Germany and In America. This ninety year old institution stretches out Its arms to you and asks that every self respecting Jew support it with a membership costing less than two | cents per day. And so again I say. may your efforts and work bring uthe necessary result. May the nobl 3 work of the Bnai Brith be continued and may its success be an assured one. Stanley C. Myers, monitor. Leo Rosen, assistant monitor. Trustees. | Max Rappaport, Lewis Brown. H M. Drevich. Jack Bernstein. Harry RayvLs and Wm. Mechlowitz. Rabbi David I Rosenbloom of ; Beth Jacob Congregation, a former j vice president of Bnai Brith for the State of Alabama Is chairman of the Convention committee. Assist' ing him are Mr W L. Williams president of the local lodge. Sol Schwartz. H. M. Drevich. and Cantor Boris Schlachman. The public is urged to attend all sessions of the conference and the luncheon. I'rici" I JUDGE JOS FROMBERG Pn Dist. Grand Lodge No. 5 E'nai B'rith State Meeting To Be Held Soon An enthu ittend%  %  .:. : mil % % %  ;..;:.' for the of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and men of Florida was held last Thursday night at Beth David Talmud Torah. After the purpose of the meeting was discussed and unanimously approved, the date for the Conference was set for January .'0 21. and 22. Friday evening and Saturday morning preceding the conference a number of the Rabbis will occupy local pulpits as guest Si Ions will begin Sunday morning and will continue Sunday afternoon, followed by a banquet on Sunday evening. Monday morning there will be a sigh; tour of the district and Monday afternoon and night, the concluding sessions will be held. Officers of the convention committee are J .Louis Shochet. chairman. I L Mintzer. treasurer. Rabbis David I. Rosenbloom. S. M Machtei. Max Shapiro, and Julius Washer. The agenda committee which will assign the subjects for the laymen consists of Stanley C Myers, chairman. M. J. Kopelowitz, I. L. Mintzer. Philip Liberman. Milton Weiner. Max Rappaport and J. Louis Shochet. The banquet and arangements commrtee is headed by H. M. Drevich who is assisted by Harry Markowitz. H Wasserman. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Mrs. H. Z. Silverman. Mrs. Nat Blumberg. The transportation committee is headed by Philip Berkowltz who Is being assisted by Harry Gordon and Harry Wasserman Representing the Sisterhoods and Ladies Auxiliary to welcome and take care of visiting Sisterhood delegates are Mrs. Milton Weiner. Meyer Schwartz. Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom and Mrs. S. M Machtei. Additional committees will be named at an early meeting of the committee. Reports thus far received show that most of Florida communities will be represented at this conference which will discuss problems affecting Jewry throughout the entire state. %  A i Announcements! BETH DAVID CONGREGATION I n- r .,! i v .. 119 N. W. Third Avtnut MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Early services begin tonight at 4:30 with the late services at 8 p. m. with the Junior Congregation directing. Peretz Scheinberg. who will be Bar Mitzva the following day, will act as Rabbi and preach a sermon on "A Challenge to Ji Agnosticism. Acting as Cantor will be Irving Ginsburg assisted by the Junior Choir. Those taking part in the respon. Ing will be Anna Feidman. Melvin Katz. Jeanetti .shall Levins. Roy Mechlovltz, Louis Kronenfeld. John Kronenfeld. Marr and Howard Schwartz. The opening prayer will be by John :^feld and the bi ni dii tion by Jerome Weinkle Other participants will be Beryl Solomon. Frank Markowitz and Morgan Levy. The Rabbi will speak briefly during the services and Cantor Hayman and the choir will participate. Saturday morning Peretz Scheinberg the son ol Mr. and Mr.Mendel Scheinberg will be Bar Mitzva and will recitl the Haftoro and speak in English, following which he will be ad<; ed by the Rabbi. The parents will be hosts to the worshippers immediately after the services, in the Talmud Torah. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION lOrlhodon 1S.', S. W. Third Street JIT.ll S WASHER. Rabbi Regular Friday evening sei begin at 4 30 p m. with the late serviecs at 8:30 p m. when the Rabbi will preach on "Building a Home in a Foreign Country." Pupils of the Talmud Torah will recite the Kiddush and chant traditional meodies. Responsive readings and chanting will be enjoyed. A reception will follow the services with the Ladies Auxiliary as the hosts. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. with the Mincha services at 4:30 p. m. followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv services. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox i ',11 Washington Ait.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Early services begin at 4 30 with the late services at 8 15 when the Rabbi will have as the subject of his sermon "Living or Existing. Which?" Mr.Buchman. a prominent Hadassah worker will speak briefly on "Hadassah." Cantor Schlachman will chant the services. Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach a sermon in Yiddish on the Biblical portion of the week. Melvin Wolkowsky the son of Mr and Mrs. Jos. Wolkowsky of Miami Beach will be Bar Mitzva. He will recite the Haftoro and speak in English, following which he will be addressed by the Rabbi and presented a certificate by the president of the congregation. A reception wil follow after the services. Shalosh Saudah will follow Mincha at 4:30 p. m. 'Continued on page 7i



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, December 22. 1933 SOCIETY /'MV/.Vr; AT THE TIVOL1 THEATRl At a meeting of the Young Men's Hebrew Association plans for a series of winter affairs were acted Oil and provided special benefit the entire proceeds Of which will be donated to the Jewish Welfare Bureau, a lame show in Bayfront Park with nationally known entertainers on the program and a series of dances. Uniforms and equipment lor the basketball team have been ordered and games with out of the city teams will be played during the season. Additional gym equipment has recently been Instated and new gym cassea are being organised, AI. Grossman was elected to the Board of Directors to fill a vacancy. The meeting was addressed by Mr. W. L. Williams, president 01 tinlocal P.'nai B'rith Lodge. # • • rhe children ol the Talmud Torah and Sunday school will be guests ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con regation and its Ladies Auxiliary (in Sunday, December 24th, when an all day picnic will be held ..' Hollywood All will meet at the Synagogue a: '.* 45 a m Sunday morning and will be taken to the I : me grounds In charge ol the picnic is Rabbi JuliUS Washer, a nmittee ol the Ladies Auvillary and the Sunday school -'an Mi Daniel Cromer • with a large tea Saturday at hei :•' m honor ol her mother. Mrs. Rae Cassei. whose birthday anntary was celebrated About 200 attended Mana-Zucca and Mrs Lionel Cassei sister-in-law ol the hostess, received with Mrs Cromer and Mrs Cassei Mrs R L. Zoli. Mrs Harry 1 Magtd, Mis Michael Potter and Mis Henr\ I), Castro Williams poured Miss Doris cromer. MisGertrude Schoenfa MisAlma Hi % %  '': %  %  : son and Miss idys Max served at the punch table The tea table was laid with an exquisite Venetian la banquet cloth and it. Ions were in Christmas color.and candles, At intervals musical numbers were presented during the aft noon by Mabel Brunson. Adelaide Clark RittenhOUSe, Eleanor Clark Lmton. Marian Barry Taylor. Warner Hardman and Annie Laurie Lee The hostess and honor gui pioneer residents Ol Miami. ha\.:. lived here 20 years The two families have been prominent In development of the city during that period of time. a • a The comical musical numb RKO-Radio Pictures latest Bert Wheeler-Robert Woolsey laugh barrage. "Dlplomaniacs." at the Tivoli % Theatre provide unique entertainment next Sunday and Monday. In one of these, enacted by Wheeler and Marjorie White, lately of "Hotcha." Broadway musical comedy hit. Miss white, portraying a blonde but belligerent charmer. decides she wishes to be wooed musically Wheeler refuses and 11 wrestling match ensues He is defeated finally and warbles tunefulh while MiSS White sits astride his chest Another. In which both the comedians appear, is declared to be equally hilarious The comedians are awakened, dragged from bed and dressed by a bevy ol beautiful girls, the whole affair staged In rhythmic dancing and toe-tickling melody. A brilliant cast enacts the plot ot Diplomamacwhich presentWheeler and Woolsey in a broad burlesque on the Ineffectualities %  >: the Peace Conference at Geneva. • • Mi-Frances Winer ol Hartford, Conn., arrived here this week to be tin' house guest ol her brother and sister-in-law, Mi and Mrs Milton Wetner, for the winter season Stars sometime.marry their secretaries in the make-believe world 1 motion pictures as well as In the iness world Ai li a 1 Edward G. Robinson does Allni MacMahon started her picH : -: .: R iblnsoil s secretary Pivi sta: Final." Alter playing evei pictures shi cast with Robinson again In Silver Dollar." but this time as his Ife silver Dollar.' a First National re, which plays at the 7th venue Theatre next Sunday and ,1 nday I: .1 romantic story ol the •arly mining days of Colorado, talcfrom 'in book by David KarshBi i). Daniels ha 1 minine role, and is the "handler whom Robinson defe and child Ml I • na Simon has been %  cworthy mal ror I Emunah 1 hapter, O. E. S Other officers 1 to serve With her include Albert • pi ti 1 n; Mrs Clara Fine, associate ma'ion. William Freldman, associate patron: Mrs Schwartz, conductress; Mrs. Palmer, associate conducMiSS Mary Barber, secretary, and Mrs Anna Greenberg. treasurer • • • Mr and Mrs Henry DeCastro Willams will entertain with a birth11 3 to 6 p. m. Dec. 25 at their home. 581 N. E. 58th St., in honor of Mana-Zucca. Miami comvr T 0 R (i S! N S0VIET RUSSIA < %  V/ \J *J SI TltAM -.ir. I ..v., in .funill rVIT order* enable ynur relatives in -m let Itus-iu to purchase all or of domestic or imported articleat In* prices. Iin ,.r !,r..:i '1'. r i •, Rpplj l< I... i.l I.Iron i*ln*. r • ln-ir Buthorlnd amenta. ii. 11 ..r. it Hank N. T. m Orrulra Tmn-p-rl Corp. ni'-ri, an Ka|>r,a* Co. '; %  *• n ; a-Am,riru Line. Ilia-. Imr. Ilirit-llidian. Crp. v., ulniMurcr* Truat Co. I'IIH V Nal'l Bank & Truat Co. '* '' A. Communication*. Inc. I'nion Tour*. Inr. World Tourit. Inr. Hun-, n Co. Salt Hank. Ilatonn,. N. J TI". PcnnavlvanU Co.. Phi'a. I'n on Bavins* Rank. Pittabnrrh. \n a 1 ntnalrH Trunt & Savlnm linnk Chicago. there are Torgsin -torein over 1,000 localities. Torgsin orders may be sent to anyone, in any quantity. To cities that have nc TORGSIN stores. Torgsin mail* your order by parcel pi PRICES REDUCED ABOt'T 50 poser, who is nationally known. v 'ant ho-tesses Will be Mrs. Jules Pearlman, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. Mrs. (i. Max Goldstein and Mr Jack Cantor. • • • Ml and Mrs. C. A. Sowers ol 151 N. E. First St., announce the marriage ot their daughter. Miss Rose Sowers, to William Farr. son of Mr and Mrs Harry Farr. of 1113 S. W. 13th court, which took place last week They will make theil home at 1321 8. W Seventh st. • a • A large and brilliant assemblage attended the dance at the Fleetwood Hotel Saturday evening, spon|i Intly by Junior Hadassah and the Young Men's Hebrew Association. Clue-;.sat at •mall tab.' and danced to music provided by Sam Broun.s seven-piece orchestra The dance contest wawon by Nat Kupperstein and Miss Ruth other entertainment was provided by Miss Gladys Max. who danced a ballet number; MisFolle Miller in acrobatic tap numbei M c lei trude Schi enbei t '" vocal 'lection.-. Mis.Max and John Bulin an exhibition waltz, and Milton Traegei In acrobatic numbers The dance committee was headed by Sol Rotfort as chairman. Bated by members ol both organize! Ions • • • Varney's Tavern combining the atmosphere Of a continental tavern with the convenience of the most modern equipment and service Is iring Jewish dishes prepared in a separate kitchen by a Jewish chef. All nationally known and liked Jewish delicacies can be had at a moment s notice and special care wsll I be taken of individual parties a'.ci j nizations for luncheons, etc. • • a A bend it concert tor Temple Iswlll be given Thursday night. :)' 28th. 1933. at Temple Israel. 137 N. E. 19th Street, at 8:30 by Cecille Wall, pianist, and Robert Kistler. violinist. Miss Wall studied at the University of Miami Conservatory under Hannah Asher and for the past three years has been with Prof. Conradi of Peabody Institute of Music at Baltimore. Robert Kistler is a former pupil of Robert T Foster of the University of Miami Conservatory, and received his degree from Chicago Music College in June from Sametini. Mr. Joe Tarpley will accompany Mr. Kistler. • • 9 The Paramount Restaurant and Bar opening at 6 Ocean Drive today will feature Jewish foods, and will serve breakfasts, dinners and suppers. A complete line of dairy dishes will always be available. I. Tannenbaum one of Miami's premier bakers and D. Silverstein prominent hotel man of Long Beach. N. Y.. arc the operators of this new and splendidly equipped establishment. The finest of beers will be on tap at all times and a reasonable price line has been proud, d Every el fort to insure the comfort of the patrons has been made. r • • Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a dinner and dance New Ye.,: I at the Blackstonc Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. The program will include entertainment which will number among the performers a number of outstanding vaudeville stars Reservations may be made with the president. Mrs. L. Dob? in. or Mrs. J Simpson. • • • A public installation lor the recently elected officers ot Emunah Chpter O. E. S. will be held at the Scottish Rite Temple on North River Drive Monday evening, January 1st. 1934. beginning at 8 p m. An elaborate program has been prepared. • o • Peretz Schelnberg, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Schelnberg, long tune residents and communal work' tins city, will be Bar Mitzva at Beth David Synagogue Saturd.u morning Peretz Is an honor student at the Ada Merritt School, an officer of Beth David junior Congregation and a pupil of its Sunday SChOOl and Talmud Torah. He is a nephew ot the famous Jewish novelist Sholem Asch whose novel "Three Cities has met acclaim throughout the world. The parent.will be hosts to the worshippers i't the Congregation and all their friends Immediately after [•vices, m Beth Da\ id Talmud Torah, No Invitations will be issued and all are Invited to attend Goldsteins Kosher Restaurant at Miami Beach is again open lor the season. It will be operated by Mis Rose Goldstein who will be inaugurating her tenth consecutive ea son in this area, and will feature the dinners lor which she is renowned in this territory The restaurant has been completely renovated tor the season. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hyman of 1268 N. W. Fifth street announce the engagement of their daughter. Esther to Mr. Max Levlne of this city. A reception will be held at the home of the Hymans Sunday evening. December 24th, beginning at 8 p. m. to which all friends ,. ; invited. • a a Hadassah sewing circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan at 10 a. m. Wednesday. December 27th. under the leadership „i Mrs. J. Katz sewing chairman Ho! Of fir, opens 6 30 p.m. Sund.i, 1 %  Phone 2-6551 Evenings ;ti, | Sun.-Mon.. Dec. 24-25— EDWARD G. ROBINSON BEBE DANIELS "The Silver Dollar" SAVE SAVF CLEANING S'lil Panto i i BOe PRESSING Bull I'uni I'M' Ynur (..irmi'iilAre llnndlrrl <>nl> It, Riptrtl II,r, SUNSHINE CLEANERS I4S-1IJ V W. IL'lh Ai,nu, White Oak Leather %  Mull Soles 35c LADIES IIEEI.S l | ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP g 240 N. I. Nirsl Ar 0pp. Cort.z l"oil" %  REMEMBER White Oak — Leather Will Wear Longer. I Give I' a Test and Time Will rn_loLOL-r 151 St 2St" HEIDELBERG, BEER GARDEN z'j Luncheon j>o< 40* JO* Announcing the opening of Goldstein's Kosher Restaurant OPERATED BY MRS. ROSE GOLDSTEIN 645 Collins Avenue Miami Beach FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22ND BEGINNING AT 5 P. M. Celebrating Our 10th Anniversary in Miami l,,n,ral R,pr,,ntati, in I*. S. A. cfo Amtorg. 261 Fifth Ave_ N. Y. SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th Avc. 1100 W. Fl-l,r St. 71* N. W. tilth St. PHONE ?-3H12 For Fresh Sea Foods STOP .\T CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARIi THE LOWEST Our Fish arc the treshest — ( Will by our own boats daily If It Is Sea Food, we have It at Its very best, and at attractively IO price*. Our method „f handlinir and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.



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Friday. Decem ber 22, 193 3 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH \ R oosevelt Rebukes FLORIDIAN AnH Sem ^ Page Three %  %  I III ISIM.I) KVKIIV FRIDAY li% lh || lllrllHAN PUBLISHING p <>. Bwi WTI Miami. Florida Phone 2-llK:: II I HI I CO Presldenl Roosevelt action m twice going out ol the way to refer to tiic Jews m in.-, epochal addre before the twenty-fifth annivi meeting ol the Federal Council ol %  Churches oi Christ in America has Justly been Interpreted as his way i i.oris siiociiET. Editor ; 0 f administering an Imnlied hut nil, h BHOCHET. Clrnlattan Uutfr ., "" ,n 'P" ia out M neverthelea effecOve rebuke to CAN TOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, anti-Semitism, iii his ringing plea EDITORIAL OP el s W. ISth Aii-nur ICES l I'hone 2-1 Field Representative .,, Mcond clan matter July 4. the |>iMt Orriea at Ml Klurlda. ,,',,',1,.'. ih Act of March ."). IB? WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative .SUBSCRIPTION gfal Month I I.• Our Yrr I 2.it Tampa, Fla. Notes for a new war of peacethe war for social justice." the Presldenl .spoke oi the "churches Gentile and Jew" as standing ready to lead I Lionel Elozory. in this war Inwards the close of P'ano Solo—Edith Elozory. his speech the apostle ol the New Classical Dance -Roberta The children of the Sunday and Hebrew Schools of Rodoph shoiom Temple presented a very lovely Chanuka program Sunday evening at H p. in In the auditorium of the Temple. The program was opened with the story of Chanuka by Edith Elozory. Lighting the Chanuka LightsMarvin Aronovitz. Harvey Wittner. THE A carnival riot at Meridian. Miss.. is being probed. It seems the town slicker said to the Siamese Twins, Haven't I met one of you girls bcfore?" Many a man who calls himself conservative is only a coward. Fried A man's gratitude is always at its best Just before you do him a favor. Vol. 6 — No. 50 Fill DAY. DECEMBER 22. 1933 Mr. Justice Hrandeis Deal, with an obvious eye to the growth ol racial discrimination, deliberately restated the historic American principle that "government guarantees to the churchesGentile and Jew—the right to worship in their own way.'' His stirring words before a Christian religious body which has been pioneer in the movement for inter-racial and inter-religious good-will and has courageously denounced the persecution of Jews in Germany unquestionably place the President on record as regarding anti-Semitism as a social disease which can and will be cured with the achievement of the 'more abundant life" which he declared to be the common goal Ol the churches of all creeds and the government. Back to Land Idea Endorsed Much water has flowed over the dam since the United States Senate fought bitterly the appointment ol Louis Brandeis to the Supreme Com l of the United States. At thai time considered "unsafe'' from the reactionary viewpoint, and not blessed with a "judicial mind. Justice Blander. ome to be recognized as the outstanding member oi the august tribunal, the highest ju%  — dicial body In the nation. So A number ol prominent Ameriwhen the other day he celebrated can .lews including noted writers his seventy-seventh birthday it was labor leaders, economists and agnatural that he should come In for ilcultural experts, have signed a can considerable newspaper comment to the leading Jewish organizations and journals which years ago were 0 j the country, urging them to inclined to share the .suspicions oi delegate representatives to the nathe extreme "Tories" in the countional convention which will be now paid him high praise tor |„.| ( | ,„, December -.t and IM at the cord. If one has the temerity Hotel Pennsylvania. New York kin, and Herbert Steinberg. Play—A Chanuka Surprise—Cast Included the following children. Phil Haimovitz. Sam Argintar. Roberta Marks, Evelyn Weber. Estner Argintar. Bernice Ichill, Ruth Weiniiaub, Paul Haimovitz. The play was directed by Miss Florence Abramovitz, one of the teachers of the Sunday School. Piano Solo—Lorraine Davis Vocal Solo— Libba Segall. Sketch—Herbert Feinberg and | Philip Opper. Play -"Something Different". Cast included Gladys Milchman. Mildred Stoun. Bernice Feldman. directed by Miss Beck Buchman. Address—By Mr. David Stein. president of the Temple. A brunel may be a decided blond —after she has decided to be a blond. Some people would have to work overtime if they practiced half of what they preach. Many of the world's greatest men are unknown to fame. They are great because they share their joys with others and keep their sorrows to themselves. Highly colored stories are never in the whit* lie class. As civilization advances, children begin to worry at an earlier age. to remove the robes which grace the persons of some of the Justices, Inwill find some rather mediocre men sitting in high places; some i sed ol petty minds and prejuBul with or without the robes Brandeis Is a great figure. one which commands the respect thoughtful element in the country and one to which the legal ternity pays tribute. Quoting President Wilsons message sent to the Senate at the time his name was brought before that body for confirmation we find his summing up of Brandeis's quallflcafor the position: 1 cannot speak too highly ol nlfl impartial, impersonal, orderly and nctlve mind, his rare analytical powers, his deep human -ym pathy, his profound acquaintance ith the historical roots of our Institutions and insight into their or ol the many evidences he rtven of being imbued to the ery heart with our American ideals of justice and equality of oppor inity; of his knowledge of modern omlc conditions of the way they bear upon the masses of the people, or of his genius in getting perons to unite in common and harmonious action and look with frank and kindly eyes into each other's minds, who have before been heated antagonists. This friend of justice and of men will ornament the high court, of which we are all so u tly proud." It's the little things that count especially in the primary arithmeticclass. A woman Isn't necessarily a good cook because she roasts her neighbors. The Making of a Nordic If this report is true that a ski jumper was arrested in Austria for taking part in a Nazi noise-bombing demonstration to keep people awake. it marks a sad degeneration of a noble breed. The ski juniper, normally seen leaping 200 feet down a mountain side, is a space-devouring, deathdefying snowman wno makes the hair of the spectators stand on end and wrenches the hearts out of their bosoms through their throats He is a master of thrills. He works on peoples' nerves in a big way But now we are asked to believe that a member of this heroic guild has descended to the childish prank of disturbing his neighbor's sleep by making a noise under their windows. I doubt that this man is a ski jumper. A former ski Jumper, maybe. A Jumper who jumped once too often, and landed on his head, and has never been the same since. Maybe that's what Hitler is. (He was reared among the skiing lands of Austria i. Maybe that's what all the Nazis are. Mothers, never, never allow your children to ride the skis. They are almost certain, sooner or later, to land on their heads and become Nazis. Nothing bores a sensible man like having to talk about nothing at a social function. Considering what most peoplean willing to do for money it's a wonder there are not more millionaires where plans for settling Jew.s on the land as farmers will be discussed. Among those who have signed the call for the convention, which i. s being arranged under the auspices "i the Provisional Commission The surprise ol the evening wa to, Jewish Farm Settlements In the the presentation ol a radio to our United States, are: Professor Sells dear Rabbi by Mr HABBI ADOLPH BURGER There is no love light in a woman's eyes, declares a Johns Hopkins professor. Or at least he has seen none. The professor's failure is understandable. A brilliant young Instructor with a fair salary and an independent income besides, is tinone who sees the love light m a woman's eyes. Al first she did not like me. that I knew : I saw it in the coldness of eyes. At first I loved her madly, that true; I vowed to win her. swore it the skies! her to I'earlman. of the University of Wisconsin, one "I the leading labor economists In the United States; Professor Chaim Chernowltz, ol the Institute ol Jewish Religion; Louis I.ipsky. Chairman ol the United Palestine Appeal; David Dubinsky, president ol the international Ladies Garment Worker.Union. Dr. Chaim Zhitlowsky. noted Jewish writer Max L Hollander. Grand Secretary of the Independent Order Bnth Abraham; Peter WierniCk Editor Ol Jewish Morning .Journal; Jacob Fishniaii. Managing Btor, Jewish Morning by Mr. David Stein president who presented it to the Rabbi In behali ol the members of the Temple Rabbi Adolph Ben el graciously accepted his gift and remarked that on his right he had keep out of the subway. Minnie. the right hand Of the Temple and that is Mr. David Stein and on his left, the Ladies Auxiliary of the Temple, who are ever willing and ready at all times to help. Gifts were presented the children by the Ladles Auxiliary and a good time was had bv all present. A noiseless subway train has ben. introduced in New York, and it is predicted that a way will be found lo introduce artificial sun rays Into the cars. If your skin burns easily The Office Skeptic complains. •We've got rid of prohibition at last but we still have to put up with animated cartoons." Mrs .lack Swerdhn of 211 Wesl Wilder Ave., Tampa, entertained Judging by the number ol automobiles,'' says observing Olga. "it seems that most of us are not content with Just the wonderful carriage that nature gave us." Journal; Dr. S. Margoshes, Editor, s |IU dav evening, December 16th. %  Thought for a time to be a bride The Day; 8. Dingol. Managing Edim |h( ,,„.,„ of a surprise Birthday chocolate layer cake, a new paving tor, The Day; Morns Feinstone F al1v [,„• her husband. A Chop m |xtui on trial In the South proves Secretary. United Hebrew Trades; Slipy dinner was served to 30 people to ^ coU on and asphalt. j 0 eph Schlossberg, general secre.„ midnight by the hostess. ol the Amalgamated Clothing Shewas a lovely mi.ss, both gay and prim; She knew just how to sit when drinking tea; And I was rather awkward—hardly slim— And I had always shunned society. She laughed about my silence when with friends Who had been talking much of trivial things; She said; "One must converse and one pretends To be amused." To forms likethat she clings. Then day by day I thought less of her charm; She told me she admired my aim in life; I could not be amused, and in alarm She said she loved me. begged to be my wife! At first she did not like me. that I knew, And so perhaps my conquest was not small: Ai first I loved her madly, that Is true; But I had ceased to care for her at all! la rv Workers of America; Jacob Weinberg, president. Workman's Circle: Joseph Ba.skm. general secretary, Womkmen's Circle; and Louis Segal, general secretary. Jewish National Workers Alliance. The Provisional Commission Invites all Jewish organizations who Corn liquor invariably amazes the stranger. How do mountaineers. Mr. Irvin Salsbury. who will wed ^^ from a trolIey get lhe motorMiss Minnie Cracowaner in the very ^ ^^ glovp tQ put n t? near future was the guest of honor have not received a formal InvltaThere'you'have the tribute of one .ion. to send the* !" P^ ntatWea man to another. And how to the national convention. prophetic were the words of President Wilson! Mr. Justice Brandeis. indeed has been an "ornament" to the "high court of which we are all 0 justly proud." A summer-upper of film stars calls Mae West "the dream girl of the millions And a pain to the maker of bathroom scales. Sunday evening, Dec. 17th, at a stag supper at 6 o'clock at the Ybor City restaurant given by the Merryfellows Club of which he is a member. Special guests include the bride-elects brother. Irving Cracowaner Adolph Weil, and several others. President Fred Poller and Chairman Leon Schwartz announced that guests will be expected to give toasts to the honored guest ] which hey did. A lecturer on "How to Make a Million Dollars" is wanted by an Ohio town marshal on a matter of $40 for the rent of a hall. Among the New York stores lic-ense-d to sell liquor and wines at retail are a chain candy store, restaurant and a nut store. This is bound to lead to a situation where some' rounder will demand a case of bonded chocolates and a "coupla pints o' real nuts." Mr. and Mrs. Pressman and children of Akron. Ohio, motored down here and are the guests of Mr. Pressman's sister, Mrs. Jack Swerdlin of 211 W. Wilder Ave. Mr, Pressman Is a talented pianist. Laughs in the News: With his slate' perpetuating them by prohibiting sales of liquor in legitimate hotels or restaurants. Governor Crass, of Connecticut, broadcasts a speech urging the people to wipe out the speakeasy.



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Page hour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. December 22. 1933 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rayvis Extend a Hearty Welcome to tlie Officers and Representatives of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith DR. CHAS. BECKWITT OPTOMETRIST 36 N. E. 1st Are. BIDS A HEARTY WELCOME to tlie Officers and Representatives of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith .MAY SUCCESS AND ACHIEVEMENT CROWN THE EFFORTS OF v THE OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF /. District Grand Lociijc !\o. 5 B'NAI B'RITH () O () O O () O O (1 I) Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer Welcome Brother Ben Briths! The Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. 2nd Street .MIAMI'S FOREMOST AND ONLY STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT extends a cordial and hearty welcome to the officers and representatives of DISTRICT GRAND LODGE, No. 5 B'NAI B'RITH % %  N Greetings and Best Wishes to the Officers and Representatives of DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. 5 B'NAI B'RITH Niceley Funeral Home 1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-3355—AMBULANCE SERVICE NINETY YEARS of B'NAI B'RITH Excerpts from B'n ai B'rith Magazine Ninety years ago. a little band of a dozen German Jews, headed by Henry Jones, met in Sinsheimer'. Cafe on Essex Street, in New York City, and founded B'nai B'rith. This historic event occurred on Octobe" 13. 1843. Less than B month after the momentous and historic meeting of October 13. the little group founded New York Lodge No. 1 on November 12. The waning factions of ths Jewish community sat back in surprise and took notice; here, it seemed, was a Jewish platform on which all could stand. As a result. Zion Lodge No. 2 was founded in the same City on February 11, 1844. The lame of this new movement spread along the coast, and In the same Ji shurun Lodee No. 3 was in • stalled in Baltimore. For five years this trio of lodges lunctioned productively, and then it was seen that to be truly a unifying force. B'nai B'rith would have to invade the hinterland. The most important inland Jewish community of those days was in Cincinnati, and on March 5. 1849. Bethel Lodge No. 4 was organized in the Queen City The following year a second lodg' was created in Cincinnati. So German was the membership of those pioneers that Cincinnati second lodge was the first in the Order where the English language was used. The founders of B'nai B'rith at first named the Order Bundes Bruder. the free Hebp translation of which is B'nai B'rith, "Sons cf the Covenant.'' By 1855 there were twenty B'nai B nth lodges with a total membership of 2.218. For the first time, th" Constitution Grand Lodge met ou'Side of New York City, m Cincinnati, and a report of that meetm: reveals that the Order had l WE GREET The Officers and Representatives of District Grand Lodge, No. 5 B'nai B'rith quake of this year, the Emergency Relief Fund of the Order has literally brought life to countless victims of natural catastrophies. The question of establishing the Order outside of the United States was raised as early as 1865. and the first non-American lodge was founded in Berlin in 1882. Three sources of $55,300. years later District No. 8 was formBy 1851 the Orders growth necesec j f or the lodges in Germany. Dissitated a reorganization of the Conlricl NO. 9. Roumania. followed in stitution Grand Lodge. Local lodges I888 largely as the result of her, u were being formed throughout the wor i5 on t | le part 0 f Benjamin F. land, and it was deemed necessary p P i X otto. an early Grand Saai to establish District Grand Lodges ne order, whom President Grant. to supervise those in their territory. al lnc behest of B'nai B'rith. apIn that year, therefore. District |)0jn ted American Consul to that Grand Lodge No. l was formed in New York and District Grand Lodge No. 2 in Cincinnati. No. 3 followed in Philadelphia the next year; No. 4 in San Francisco in 1863; No. 5 in Baltimore in 1867; No. 6 in Chicago in 1868: and No. 7 in Memphis in 1873. The present constitution was country in an effort to end tlie pogroms against Roumanian Jewry. His work was successful, and since there was no salary for him. the Order supported him during his term of office. By 1895. District No. 10 was established in Austria-Hungary, and District No. 11 was created in 1911 to adopted at the general convention supervise the activities of the lodges Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Levy Miami. Kla.—Ashland. Wise. Are you interested in the plight of Your Jewish B is going on all abo 15'' sure to attend DISTRICT GRAND L SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24th. at the Opening Session 4:30 to 6:30 DR. LEON BANOV.and of Char] A Musical Pro NO CHARGES, COW I MONDAY, DECE Conference Luncheon at The Pal G SZSilililZIZIVilVilZIZIZIVVifililiRIViliRIZRIViJiriSiSZIilZSilZniii A HEARTY WELCOME to the Officers and Representatives of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith SAMS PLAGE 200 Coral Way. Coral Gables, Fla. (.as — Oil — Tires — Service O O O O () () O () O ( Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mechlowitz of the National Kosher Market 421 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Extend a Hearty Welcome to the Officers and Representatives of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith (> O (> O (> O () O () Q ol 1K68. when Julius Bien was eleel ed President. He served until 1900 and was succeeded by Leo N Lew whose untimely death in 1904 Simon Wolf was named President ad interim Adolf Kraus was elected President in 1905. and re-elected in 1910. 1915. and 1920. In 1925. President Klaus declined re-election and was succeeded by the present incumbent. Hon. Allied M. who was re-elected in 1930. The Cleveland Jewish Orphan Home is B'nai Briths oldest philanthropic institution. It was followed in 1882 by the Home for the Aged of District No. i at Yonkers, N. Y. Then came, In 1885. the Jewish Widows and Orphan.Home m New Orleans; the Atlanta Hebrew Orphan's Home. 1889: the National Jewish Hospital at Denver. 1900; the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital. 1914; Erie Orphan Home, 1914; j Maimonides Hospital. 1925; and the Memphis Home tor the Aged, to say nothing of contributory support of many institutions such as the Touro Infirmary, at New Orleans. Some of these Institutions are -upported by local lodge.some by districts, and others are national institutions, but all are among the finest of their type in the country. Beginning in 1870 a strong sentiment developed in favor of abolishing the mutual aid features of the Order, and the latter were dissolved altogether by 1900. From the Great Chicago Fire ol I 1871 down to the California earthin the Orient After the war. however, With a map of Europe radically changed, Czechoslovakia became Dust net No. 10. and Austria District No. 12. The Polish District No. 13 was founded in 1924. and a new District (No. 14) was formed in Palestine the same year. Pre.-i dent Alfred M Cohen, during his European trip of 1927. personalh installed District No. 15 in London iGreat Britain and Ireland). Within the past two year.separate districts -No. 16 and No. 17—have been d for Egypt and Bulgaria, respectively One of the most important developments of the Order was the organization in San Francisco, in 1909. of the fust women's Auxiliary Today there are 100 throughout the country, and their services to the Order are incalculable. Thus year marks the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the Anti-Defamation League, one ol the three principal activities ol B'nai B'rith today. The other two are the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations and Aleph Zadik Aleph. In 1843 New York Jewry was divided and bitter; B'nai B'rith stepped in and brought the warring factions together isince then it has been doing the same thing for Jewish communities the world oven. In 1857 several Swiss Canton.were practicing discrimination against American Jewish citizens; B'nai B'rith led the fight to remedy such conditions. During the Civil



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Friday. December 22. 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN War period a need arose for the Mte snd protection of Jewish orphans: B'nai B'rith built the greatest orphan home of the time. Dur! lng the same year, 1868, Jews In foreign countries were in need of j relief. B'nai B'rith contributed to the support of the Alliance Israel! tP rjnlverselle. Shortly afterwards. outrageous persecutions broke out in Roumnnia: B'nai B'rith sent Benjamin FPeixotto there to ameliorate conditions. In 1871 the j Great Fire broke out In Chicago; B'nai B'rith at once established an emergency Relief Fund. A decade later. European Jewry felt the need 0 f having lodges of their own; B'nai B'rith established them. During the same decade, the growing Industrialization and prosperity of America, together with the Russian pogrom., resulted in the beginning of an immigration which brought millions of East European Jews to thb country during the following B'nai B'rith organized an Amen, anization committee in each rehabilitated their lives. In America, thousands of Jews faced many problems as the result of army life B'nai B'rith formed a Soldiers' and Sailors' Welfare League. By 1913 defamation of Jews was on the inj crease; B'nai B'rith organized the [ Anti-Defamation League, in the first decade of this country, the White Slave traffic constituted a serious problem; B'nai B'rith lent its energies toward solving it. By 1915 the need for social service work was acute; in that year B'nai B'rith made social service a national activity. In 1921. the attention of the Order was directed to Mexico, where thousands of East European Jewish Immigrants were stranded without money, Mends, or knowledge of the language: B'nai B'rith founded its famous Mexican Bureau, and in less than ten years was able to withdraw, leaving a self-supporting and happy Jewish community. By 1924 it was obvious that many of the Jewish .students at the large universities throughPage Five ly. during the present holocaust ",< through which our people are suffering in Germany, B'nai B'rith took the lead In calling the same organizations together for join action in this supreme crisis. WELCOME TO THE OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF jzrarararararajzrgrarerarararararer^ Br tout the World.-? Do you want to know what bo Country? ih lference of LC NAI B'RITH 01 flass Meeting 8 P. M. id let IB. 301 K. FLAGLKR STREET )SEPH FROMBERG peak. resented III HITATIONS II. AT 1 P. M. staurant. 265 N. E. 2nd St. m w nRnnsuzimimsiimnmttiuuuuuvuuuutt>suttni?sttfi& A History Of Dist.Grand Lodge No.5,B'nai B'rith By EDWIN L. LEVY, Secretary Upon the founding of our Order. which is recorded as October 13th. 1843. its adherents were located for a long time among the Metropolitan centers, spreading first from New York into the middle West Of course, our District Grand j Lodge No. 1 is the mother Grand Lodge: No. 2 was the second organized and so on. District Grand Lodge No. 5 wat instituted November 24th. 1867. and at that time consisted only of several Lodges located in Baltimore, Md., Washington and Georgetown D. C. In fact, the first report of District Grand Lodge No. 5 shows that there were seven constituent Lodges. It should be noted, however. that at the time of the organiza1011 of District Grand Lodge No. 5. there were in existence four Lodges, located in Richmond. Va.. Charleston. S. C. Savannah and Columbus, Oa., which were attached to District Grand Lodge No. 3. and it was a number of years later U874) that a re-alignment of territory was made, at which time there was assigned to District Grand Lodge No. 5, Maryland. District of Columbia. Virginia. North Carolina, So. Carolina and Georgia, in consequence of which the Lodges then existing in the South which were a part of District No. 3 were transferred to the jurisdiction of District No. 5. (Continued on page 8> District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'NAI B'RITH With Besl Wishes for Success In Their Undertakings MR. and MRS. LOUIS WEINKLE SINCERE WISHES FOR SUCCESS to the Officers and Directors of the District Grand Lodge No, 5 B'NAI B'RITH O O O O () O () o o o A in: RN FUNERAL HOME 1224 S. W. First Street Phone 2-3324 .1 mbulance Service ul its local lodges as well as a national department to .supervise this work. At the same time, the need apparent for more relief for orphans, widows, the sick, and the B'nai B'rith provided it. In :903. when the Kishinev pogrom 'hocked the world. B'nai B'rith led %  he pretest. Two years later, after %  he unsuccessful Russian revolu';on. B'nai B'rith again took steps %  o alleviate the suffering victims of "he masacres which followed. In 1906, vicious anti-Semitic outbreaks occurred In Roumania: B'nai B'rith contributed more than 50.00 francs f. In 1908 the Jews of Jaffa Wre attacked, in 1911 there was a :ir e In Constantinople, in 1912 an Wthquake shook Turkey; B'nai Br 'tli extended immeasurable help w <* tune. Thousands of Jews were ^periled after the Balkan Wars of %  U-13; European B'nai B'rith •d&es contributed $12,000 and American lodges $25,000 Knotty Problems faced European Jewry forlng and after the World War: B'nai B'rith attacked them all and "h'ed many. Later, the Order was ted at the Peace Conferee in behalf of Jews in the af' ected areas. Thousands of Jewish T>hans were homeless after the ar ; B'nai B'rith adopted hun^s of them and cared for them r-'il they reached maturity. Early I i< European Jewry lay > : strate: B'nai B'rith raised a l"n Fund of $125,000 through J out the country were drifting away from Judaism: B'nai B'rith adopted the Hillel Foundations, cultural and social centers for Jewish students, and extended them from coast td coasl At the same time the need was seen for holding noncollege boys close to the faith of their fathers: B'nai B'rith sponsored Aleph Zadik Aleph for youths from 16 to 21. In the late 1920s it came to the attention of the Order that hundreds of recent Jewish immigrants, patients at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Minn., wen suffering because of lack of specific Jewish services: B'nai B'rith employed a trained Jewish social worker to take care of them. After the economic collapse took place, charges were made that Jews were being discriminated against in employment; B'nai B'rith called other national Jewish organizatioas to a conference to investigate and ameliorate the situation. And finalA HEARTY WELCOME To The Officers and Representatives of District Grand Lodge. No. 5 B'nai B'rith Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin .) o o o 0 o o 0 o 0 The Rosedale Delicatessen and Restaurant 170 x. w. 5th St. Bids a hearty welcome to the officers and representatives of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith ) o o o 0 O o o o O SHOLEM LODGE No. 1024 B'NAI B'RITH Extends a Hearty Welcome to the PRESIDENT, OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF I El 5 and pledges its hearty co-operation ... towards the accomplishment of its loftv ideals. %  jafarErarsfarErgrgrerarzrgrgrararar; WE WELCOME The Officers and Representatives of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith Standard Drug and Sundry Co., Inc. 47 N. W. 5th Street I jit is with Great Pleasure That I Bid Welcome to the Officers and Representatives of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'NAI B'RITH jrerarjraffrprerafaJZJEJZJHJZJ^raraJ + W.L I'll! Pre*. Sholem Lodge c nizittimizizizrzjvzRizRjmsvzizimiznizizmzszizizizisri a REST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE To The OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF DISTRICT GRAND LODGE, NO. 5 B'NAI B'RITH DR. AUSTIN J. KEMP Congress Building, Miami g. iJEjaiarajHJZJHigreJErzrajajaraiaraiaiziafgjaiziHfz^^



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^day. December 22. 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven SOCIETY PLAYING AT THE 7TH AVE. TUEAI Ri David Bar Mitzva Boys Breakfast Club meets every Sun(lay morning at 8 o'clock for ser,j ( .„, toilowed by breakfast. The (loners last Sunday were Mesdames ,1 Katz and B. Kandle. in memory ii father. • • • Wyly's Halcyon ur.il is providing a novel feature at this time by riving complimentary tea reading from the famous Lady Rhey to all. s men's luncheons and din,n popular prices and afford|ng a large range of variety are now tarnished. A specialty is the ion being made to insure the comfort of all the guests and the rapid service furnished. Martin Shapiro of New York, a ; ol Rabbi Max Shapiro of David, is a patient at the VicHospital as the result of an appendix operation last week. \ regular meeting of Beth David Sisterhood was held last Wcdneswith Mrs. Meyer Schwartz preiding. The reading of the amendto the By Laws was posted until a later date. Plans el include a Concert on Sunlanuary 14th. directed by CanI ouifl Hayman. Open house will Id at Beth David Talmud Torah every other Monday beginning n January 8th. when Mrs. Edward : i.'dman will be the hostess. A imregational dinner will be held 'he last Sunday of each month be.lining Sunday. January 28th. with rvice lasting from 6 to 8 p. m. • • • Mrs. J. Geffen. wife of Rabbi J. Geffen, and daughter of Atlanta, Ga., arrived here this week to spend everal weeks in Miami Beach. The Chanuka card party and play last Sunday night of Beth David was attended by a large tdience. The children of the Sunday school were presented In a play -By the Lights of Chanuka" coached by Miss Miriam Scheinberg. The cast included Jackie Seitlin. i/ Rosenkrantz. Sol. Alexander. Anna Feldman. Elmer Spector. I rank Markowltz, and Lsadora Margolis. Rabbi Max Shapiro presided. • • • The Beach Cafeteria at 14th st. and Washington ave.. Miami Beach, operated by Wm. Capland. popular restaurateur, has again opened for the season. Everything has been completely renovated with the large and beautiful dining room seating about two hundred people. It is one of the most modernly equipped in the district, and bakes all of its own cakes, pastries and pies. Following the policy of "Qual: .'v.'-: : j .;-• '.y %  :%  : % %  % % %  % %  %  -; %  %  %  ity and service unsurpassed'' it has a lame .stall ol waiters so that service Is rapid and reliable. The children oi Belli Jacob Sunday school and Talmud Torah were presented in a Chanuka program and play at the Synagogue last Sunday afternoon by Mrs. David I. Rosonbloom who coached them. Taking part in the program were June Toursh, Flora Guttman. Simon Rhein. Sidney Besvinick, Lillian Peretzman. Milton Wemkle. Ophia Tendrich, Lilly Marcus. Mona Rubin. Leonard Merlin, Ernest Landau. Irene Fixler. Jean Weinhorn. Max Tendrich. Jerry Levin. Bernard Gladstein, Samuel Goodman. Sally Mantell and Leonard Wasserman. Rabbi David I. Rosen bloom and Philip Liberman deliverd brief addresses. • • • P. Scheinberg. first president of lie Jewish Welfare Bureau, spoke mi Welfare work at the meeting ol the Jewish Welfare auxiliary Monday In Kaplan hall. He was presented by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, program chairman The following chairmen have been ...imed for the year: Mrs. Lewis ZelentZ, membership, assisted by Mis. Alex Goldstein. Mrs. Rose Miles. Mrs. A. I. Magid and Mrs. Harry Oliphant; Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, gymnasium: Mrs. Morris Dubler, hospitality; Mrs IsaacLeVin, publicity; Myrs. Myers, prorram; rummage sales. Mrs. J. Simpson, Mrs. L. Hartz. Five women were chosen to represent the auxiliary on the Jewish welfare board, including Mrs. P. Scheinberg. Mrs. Morris Dubler. Mrs. Bernard Simon. Mrs. L. Hartz. and Mrs. Samuel Katz. The auxiliary will sponsor a desert luncheon at 1 p. m. Tuesday. Jan. 9. at the Blackstone hotel. Miami Beach. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Charles Greenfield and Mrs. -;cheinberg. The opening and closing prayers were given by Mrs. Dubler. EDWARD G. ROBINSON Philip Romer last Monday night. Lieut. Biake who is the head of the Rockaways Detective department is the guest of Mr. Romer during his •lay here of several weeks The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will sponsor its annual dance the latter part of January and full details will appear in an early issue. O O O O O O O O O D AN OPEN LETTER Next Wednesday evening the Junior Council of Jewish Women will have a dance at Auby's Lagoon, Miami Beach, when a gala evening of entertainment is promised. Miss Millie Dreisen is chairman of the arrangements committee and she is assisted by the Misses Lee Kosonoff, Theda Mauer, Zena Grant, Miriam Scheinberg, May Levme and Bessie Weinikoff. The Jewish Welfare Bureau benelit dinner will be held at the Ponce de Leon Hotel Sunday evening. December 24th. beginning promptly at 7:30 p. m. The reservations which are now closed numbered the full 160 capacity. Mr. Sam Blanck is chairman of the arrangements committee for tfc dinner which has been donated in lull by Mr. Mark Max. The entire proceeds will be devoted to the wel fare work of the Bureau. The pro4i,im will include a number of vocal and musical selections and a Duel address by a prominent speaker. • • The children of the Sunday school and Talmud Torah of the Miami lewish Orthodox Congregation were presented in a Chanuka play a no program at the Synagogue lasl Sunday nlghl to a capacity audience, Taking part in the pro?iam were Gerald Shulan. Chas. Adelniiin. Martin Greenberg, Emanuel seitlin. Lonard Traure, Rav u. Shochet. Fred Grossberg. Oscar Rappaport, Mortj Lasky, Laurence Feinberg, Norton Pallott. Harold BerkowltZ, Shirley Greenberg. Father Shochet, Marcle Adelmai.. Hope Ellen Tannenbaum. Thelina Rosenblitt, Myra Rosenblitt. Mildred Berkowitz. Marsha Hani-. Shirley Seitlin. Eleanor Pollock. Pauline Lasky coached the play and accompanied the musical numbers at the piano. She was presentid with a beautiful gift by the Board of Directors of the Congre nation. Addresses were made during the evening by Rabbi Julius Washer. Milton Weiner. president of the congregation, and Joseph Greenberg. chairman of the Board of Education. Complimenting Miss Sylvia Kronberg, bride-elect of Sam Lachman -){ Elizabeth, Tenn.. Miss Mary Banlel entertained at a bridge party this week at her home. The house was decorated with cut flowers, and refreshments reflected a holilay motif. Prizes were won by Mrs. Leonard Finn and Mrs. Esther Kaufman. The honor guest was presented with a gift. Mrs. H. Bandel assisted her daughter in serving. The girl chum says it's a real bridge party if its fifty-one percent cards and the rest gossip. DINING IS A PLEASURt Ai %  nc: Beach Cafeteria 14th St. and Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH WM CAPLAND. Manager THE FINEST IN FOOD DEI.ICIOUSI.Y PREPARED "Quality and Service Unsurpassed THE CATE SCHOOL of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION I 807 Collins Ave. I Phone 5-1779 +-.——-—. Miami Beach Opening for the current season tomorrow night the St. Regis Restaurant at 446 Collins ave.. Miami Beach, will have a staff fully equipped to provide the finest of American Jewish foods to suit the most discriminating taste. In addition to the dinners for which they are famous dairy foods will be served The management Is the same as has operated the well known St. Regis Hotel at Flelschmans. New York. • • • The Chanuka Banquet of Beth Jacob Congregation was held at the Sea Breeze Hotel last Sunday evening with 150 guests attending. Mr. Harry I. Lipton was toastmaster and following the invocation by Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of the congregation introduced the speakers who included Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel. Philip Liberman president of the congregation, and Mrs. H. Z. Silverman president of the Sisterhood. The principal address was delivered by the Rabbi. Taking part in the musical program were Cantors Boris Schlachman of the congregation and I. Katz of Temple Emanuel of Detroit, Mich. • • • Det. Lieut, and Mrs. James J. Blake of the Rockaways. N. Y.. were the dinner guests of Mr. A competitor of ours has been circulating slanderous and harmful gossip attacking certain business arlangements in which I had absolutely no pan. This competitor purchased a business from a former partner of mine, who let me out last May. My former partner then sold to our present competitor the Collins avenue store In the meantime Mr. William Mechlovitz, who never had any interest in any Miami Beach si ore up to now. and Louis Hendel arranged for and built a store, where I am now located and about a month ago took me in to work with him on a profit sharing basis. Up to that time I had been planning a store oi my own in the neighborhood ol First street about three blocks away from this location and had not the slightest idea that I would be connected in any way with any ol the mt; Kosher markets, i am making this statement publicso that our friends and business acquaintances may fully understand my position and vindicate me of these unjust attacks that have no loundation and are made to either curry sympathy tor our com;) or to do harm to the business with which I am now connected. And furthermore. I have been in Miami a good many years and I am -ure that no one can say that I have ever been unfair and I have always maintained that then is enough business for all who conduct their affairs in an ethical, honest and fair manner. 1 can truthfully say that I enjoy the confidence of Gentiles as will as the ,J. wm Miami Beach and no business deal is big enough to allow me to lose my self respect. I hold no animosity toward this competitor; I only ask that these reports be corrected and wish him well, trusting that we all will have a wonderful season; we need it. JACK Wl't'HER. NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Fla. RADIO SYNAOOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "A Jew Soliloquizes At Christmas Time.'' In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading, and a question box. Under Announcements TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI < Reform I 1.37 N. K. NlnMMnth Rtretl DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Kabbi Friday night services at Temple Israel. Miami's Reform Jewish congregation, 137 N. E. 19th Street, at 8; 15. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermon will be 'What Obstructs the Christian Ideal of Peace and Good Will." The public Is welcome. Hebrew classes meet Saturday morning at 10 and 10:30. Confirmation class meets Sunday morning at 9 o'clock in Dr. Kaplan's study. All other classes at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. TIVOU I IS and 9:00 P. M. Sunday VUtill 6:30 P. M. Isun.-Mon.. Dee. 24-25— ROBERT WOOLSEY BERT WHEELER "Diplomaniacs' o o o o o o i) o ;> o For the Best in Fish FRESH DAILY BUY AT EAST COAST FISH MARKET Incorporated 360 W. FLAGLER ST. (At the Bridge) "If It Swims We Have It" o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O O O O O VARNEY'S TAVERN Cuisine Supreme 35 N. E. First Avenue 0 0 0 0 c c 0 Business Men's Lunch 35c Miami's Finest Dinner $1.00 DELICIOUS JEWISH FOODS PREPARED IN OUR JEWISH DEPARTMENT BY JEWISH CHEF o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 c c 0 0 Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE L. DIXON COMPANY "The House That Sen ice Built" Phone 2-6751 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue



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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Friday. December 22. 1933 Gainesville, Fla. Notes Bernie Prank, a .student at the University of Florida from this city. won the Interfraternlty singles tennis championship of the campus and thus established himself as one ot tl' outstanding racket wielders of the entire University. Frank represented Tau Epsiion Phi. Jewish national fraternity on the Florida campus, an organiza tion to which he was pledged at the nlng of the school year. The local boy's win placed his fraternIty In sixth place In Interfraternlty intramural competition. Earlier in the year Frank copped the freshman tennis singles championship of the University. Last year Frank was the Junior Champion of the City and played as No 1 man on the Ida M Fisher High School team. Bernie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and hails from Miami Beach • • Burnett Roth of Orlando, a student at the University of Florida. has been accepted into membership of Beta Gamma Sigma, national honorary scholastic business fraternity. II was the excellent scholastic record made by Roth while in attendanci at the collece oi BustAdministration winch enabled him to receive this outstanding honor. Chancellor Roth Is president of Tau Epsiion Phi aternlty, a nala] organization with a :. the campus ot the Unirlda, He has done ling debating work while in attendance at the Un :•-. and Is an Officer of Tau Kappa Alpha, honorary forensic fraternity He is also an officer of the John Marshall Law Society. Roth will receive his Business and Law • at the conclusion of this school year. Orlando, Fla. Notes. Ci lebratlng the Jewish holiday Hanukkah, in observance of the rededlcation of the temple, the children of the Sunday school of the synagog presented a play. The Dreambook" Sunday evening at 8 k at the synagog. Mrs. Sol Witenstein and Miss Thoba Soloman directed the play. Miss Naomi Henry had charge of the music, Miss Eunice Beasley. dancing, and Miss Marie Stoinoff and Edward King also assisted, Those talcing part were Carol Jacob. Constance Henri, Marion Shapiro. Rose Claire Shapiro, Shirley te, Sarah August .Selma Abrams, Zelda Berman, Shirley Braverman, Mildred Haimowitz, Marion Hoffman, Ethel Blattnor. the Berger twins. Paul Wolly. Abe Kaminoff, Esther Silverstein. Oscar I.ivine. Orurn Licberman. George Wolly, Morton Levy, Dorothy Baker and Norma Wittenstein. • • • Mist Rebecca Cohen, of Memphis, Tenn.. is visiting her sister, Mrs. George S. Goldsmith. • • • Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Stone wen hosts at a dinner party held at their home on Thursday evening. • • • Mr. A. Lefkowitc is visiting his daughter, Mrs Solon Kieppen. • • • Mortimer Lichtcnstein Is Visiting his mother, Mrs Perry M, LichtenSteln In Winter Park .* s Mrs Solon Klepper recently returned from a buying trip to New Y. :': | A BRIEF HISTORY OF DISTRICT GRAND LODGE No. 5. B'NAI B'RITH i Continued from page 5> St. Petersburg Notes The topic ot sermon this Friday Evi at Congregation Bnal Israel, by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld is 'The Universal Truths and Ethics ol Judaism.'" Services commence at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning services at '.• o'clock. Sunday School. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Hebrew School daily. • • The Hanukah Pageant hold at the Congregation last Sunday Eve. was a great success, all the children participating, and the community was well represented. A special feature wa.~ a Yiddish folk song sun:; by a B-year old pupil. Philip imln, • • • The Youns.' Maccabees held their regular meeting on Monday Eve.. and concluded their debate on Should Religion Participate in St* Regis Restaurant 446 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Announces Its Formal Opening For The Season Saturday Dec* 23rd At 5 P. M. Serving the finest American Jewish Dinners "Florida's Greatest Restaurant Value" The state of Florida was unassigned in this division of 1874. perhaps because there were tew Jewish residents in that state. At some later time Florida became a part of District Grand Lodi;:' No. 7. and it was within recent years that the Eastern half of the I State was assigned to District No. 5. Wihin the period of it.s existence the frequency Of meetings has been changed several times. At first the meetings were held annually, then changed to bi-annually. and of latei years again changed to annual meetings. Consequently, while our next Convention will be known as the 59th. the years of the District lite is actually 67. During tills period it has had as Its presiding officer outstanding representatives from every section Oi the District, and at the present the official organizalon consists ol the following:— President Dr. Leon Banov, Charn. s. c. 1st vice-pros. -Abe Shefferman. Washington, D. c. 2nd vice-pros -Hyman S. Jac ol:. Atlanta, Ga. SecretaryEdwin L, Levy. Richmond. Va. Treasurer—Wm. A. Goodhart Baltimore, Md. Representative ot the District to the Constitution Grand Lodge Executive Committee IL A. Alexander. Atlanta, Oa. The above officers together with the following constitute the General Committee: H. A. Alexander. Atlanta, Ga. Sidney J. Stern. Greensboro. N. C David Da MS, Jacksonville, Fla. Jos Promberg, Charleston, S. C. L. J. Levitas. Atlanta, Ga. In its original conception, the B'nai B'rith in all it.s Grand Lodges maintained an Insurance Fund for the benefit of it.s members, but this feature as of late has been abandoned and is existent in only a few ol the Grand Lodges for the benefit of the older members who have maintained this Insurance for a long period of time. In District Grand Lodge No. 5 the Endowment Fund was entirely abandoned in 1908. and such funds as were then on hand were divided prorata among the participating membership. The Order as a whole, and through its several district organizations has lounded many relief institution,. among them in which we of this I District are deeply Interested is thi Hebrew Orphans' Home of Atlanta. Ga. Because of financial difficulties of the Endowment Fund and to prevent any involvement of this Political Momements"? The argument for thi' affirmative was led by Shelby Trager. Raymond Fineberg and Jack EdeLstein: the negative .side was represented by Louis Abraham. Hazel Abraham and Bernie Fuchs. The judges gave their decision as a draw. The debators manifested considerable knowledge of history and politics of today. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society are sponsoring a Card Party this Sunday Eve. at 921 9th St. No. with Mrs. Carroll and Mrs. Reyner as hostesses. Prizes will be awarded and refreshment.served Technical photographic devices have been perfected by which a movie actor can be made to appear exactly as if he were singing, even though he can't sing a note. Further Improvements which will make him appear as if he were acting are earnestly hoped for. property, the Home was chartered as a separate and distinct Institution, and is now so maintained. The principles of the Order as outlined in the preamble of ius constitution remain the guiding light of all of the House of Israel who are enrolled under the banni '.' Ol the B'nai B'rith, bill present day activities are conducted on a much broader conception ot its meaning and has been transformed from a program Ol chanty and relief to one of education and protection whereon all may stand shoulder u shoulder lor the advancement ol our welfare. Banker Leaves S125.000 To Jewish (hariti,. White Plains, N. Y.—Bequests totalling $125,000 were left to ous Jewish charities by the Samuel J. Sondering, partin the banking house of Lehman Brothers. Outright gifts tot $25,000 were willed to eight i ties and a fund of $100,000 w, to the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies which gets the money after the death of three of Mr. Sonderlnm'.s relatives. mr v v y Paramount Restaurant AM) BAR 6 OCEAN DRIVE Miami Beach Opening For The Season Friday Dec* 22nd BEGINNING AT 4 P. M. Operating ;is a firsl class Jewish Restaurant and Bar. Serving the finest in food and Mil,. ,,,.„, Semim |( „„,.„„ WnMt ^ AI|1M|W Indian I rading Post-Handiwork for Sale and North on 27lh A*nuc


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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B'NAI B'RITH CONFERENCE NUMBER
wJewisti Ttoridiafi
v No. 50.
Jewish News
Around The
World
Brazil Names Commission to
( oiisider Admission of
<.. i in.111 Refugees
Rio de Janeiro.A special com-
:, to consider ways and means
ni absorbing a substantial number
man refugees has been ap-
pointed by Dr. Salgrado Filho.
Brazilian minister of labor. Many
Brazili.....ire anxious to bring the
and technicians ousted
from Germany to Brazil which is In
need of their services to de-
velop her natural resources, There
ity of room for increased im-
tion to Brazil which has a
i than that ol the
and a population of
only 40.000.00C. The appointment
Ion is the outgrowth
lions initiated b]
it Nations High Commls-
i lerman Refu 11.
Rabbi Wise Backs Move
To Bar Tax Exemption
York, Rabbi Stephen S.
Ined with the Rev. John
and Bishop Fran-
da J. McConnell of the Methodist
pal Church in a proposal to
the memben "1 the New York
lature to pass leglsla-
reduce the excessive privl-
: tax exemption now grant-
ed to churches, synagogues and
are organizations." Among
Ion proposed is taxation
of land increment, payment oi
and taxation of land
held out of use.
Bible Story of Jezebel
Confirmed bv Dr. Lake
Cambridge. Mass.The story of
iked Queen Jezebel, who is
mentioned in the Old Testament, is
I by the discovery of a huge
tower in her capital city,
la, according to an announce-
Harvard University. Dr.
p Lake, professor of history
at Harvard, headed an expedition
uncovered the tower. It had
been buried for more than 2.000
years Excavations made by Dr.
expeditions confirm the
ol Jezebel as well as the fact
that he painted her face.
Develop Northern
Develpoment Northern
Territory
Canberre. AustraliaA new field
fr Jewish immigration is believed
to have been opened in Australia
*h the Issuance of an official
by the Australian gov-
ernment offering special conces-
i immigrants who will settle
Northern Territory, one of
ilia's undeveloped regions.
ettlers going to Northern Terri-
re promised exemption from
kid and income taxes and assist-
an<* in building and developing
natural resources.
I OR IDA'S ONLY JKW'ISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1933
A Message
To B'nai B'rith
By Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom
Chairman Conference Committee
DR. LEON BANOV
P Disl Grand Lodge No, 5
B'nai B'rith
B'nai B'rith To
Hold Conference
B'nai
B'rith will hold th
r held In Miami be-
ginnin a u ij Dea mber 24th, at
430 p. M. when the til
will beam at the Elk.- Club. The
district comprise Maryland, Dis-
trict oi Columbia. Virginia, '
Carolina. South Carolina. Oi
and Florida Grand Lodge ofl
who will attend are Dr. Leon Banov
president of the District and promi-
nent physician Ol Charleston. S. C.
and Judge Leon Fromberc, munici-
pal Judge of Charleston. S. C
a pas) president of the Dist:
The first session will open with
an invocation by Rabbi Dr. Jacob
H Kaplan of Temple Israel and
will be followed by an address by
Mr w L William.- president of the
local Sholom Lodge. A round table
discussion of work of the Hillel
Foundation .the Anti-Defamation
League and the problems of Jewry
throughout the world with stress
on the work of the order to alleviate
the suffering in Germany, will fol-
low. The session will adjou
6:30 and will be followed by a mass
meeting at which Rabbi David I
Rosenbloom will preside and Rabbi
Max Shapiro will deliver the invo-
cation. Addresses will be made by
Dr. Leon Banov and Judge Joseph
Fromberg. Monday morning the
representatives to the conference
will be taken on a sightseeing tour
and a luncheon will be served at
the Palatial Kosher Restaurant at
1 o'clock. Mr. Isidor Cohen will
preside. The invocation will be de-
livered by Rabbi 8. M. Machtei and
the benediction by Rabbi Julius
Washer.
An effort is being made by the
local Lodge to obtain the 1934 Con-
vention of the Order to Miami.
Thus convention will brine several
thousand visitors here during March
of 1934 and will focus the attention
Of a large part of the world on its
activities. B'nai B'rith is an inter-
national organization with I
in the greater portion of the ci<
ed world. Officers of the local
Lodge are W L. Williams. |
dent. Wm. Friedman, first vice-'
president. Wolf Cohen, second vice-
president. Nat L. Williams, secre-
tary. Edward Friedman, treasurer.
Honored guests, delegates and
visitors: We bid you welcome In a
genuinely Jewish way and say to
you "Bruchim Haboim." This con-
ference is of extraordinary import-
ance as we meet in a time when
serious and vexing problems face
US. It is up to us to be true to our-
lering these facts.
My broth ..- not fool our-
i' In this conference
pade T!a- 5th
' Bnai Brith has suffered i
terrific loss in membership On
rn have become cai
ol 'hem think they ha-.'
: .?.
II
but if they will only
their eyes tow the
Is .-till a call for unity. So thai I
mount purpose of this confer-
ence be to call back to the fold tho. "
that have wandered off and to in-
the young men In this the
n thai Is auth
to speak for the entire Jewry a!
Bnai Brith does not make any dU -
tinction between Orthodox. Reform
or Conservative. We are all son
the Covenant, so I urge you eaci
and every delegate, visitors as well.
very honest effort to strength-
en the membership of this organiz-
ation and then re the dis-
trict officers to earn- on this
of Protection through Bnai Br.:!,
Ann defamation Philantrophv
through its hospitals. Orphan and
Old Folks Homes; Fellowship thru
the Hillel foundations all of these
will be discussed In detail this con-
ference.
Bnai Brith with its arms out-
stretched to every part of the glob.-
bringing solace and comfort to th"
distressed, healing to the sick, food
and care to the homeless. Bnai
Brith who has fought and is
fighting the horrible persecution of
Hitlerism in Germany and In
America. This ninety year old in-
stitution stretches out Its arms to
you and asks that every self re-
specting Jew support it with a
membership costing less than two |
cents per day. And so again I say.
may your efforts and work bring u-
the necessary result. May the nobl3
work of the Bnai Brith be con-
tinued and may its success be an
assured one.
Stanley C. Myers, monitor. Leo
Rosen, assistant monitor. Trustees. |
Max Rappaport, Lewis Brown. H
M. Drevich. Jack Bernstein. Harry
RayvLs and Wm. Mechlowitz.
Rabbi David I Rosenbloom of ;
Beth Jacob Congregation, a former j
vice president of Bnai Brith for the
State of Alabama Is chairman of
the Convention committee. Assist- '
ing him are Mr W L. Williams
president of the local lodge. Sol
Schwartz. H. M. Drevich. and Can-
tor Boris Schlachman. The public
is urged to attend all sessions of
the conference and the luncheon.
I'rici" I
JUDGE JOS FROMBERG
Pn Dist. Grand Lodge No. 5
E'nai B'rith
State Meeting To
Be Held Soon
An enthu ittend-
.:. :
mil ;..;:.' for the
" of Orthodox
and Conservative Rabbis and
men of Florida was held last Thurs-
day night at Beth David Talmud
Torah. After the purpose of the
meeting was discussed and unani-
mously approved, the date for the
Conference was set for January .'0
21. and 22. Friday evening and Sat-
urday morning preceding the con-
ference a number of the Rabbis
will occupy local pulpits as guest
Si Ions will begin Sun-
day morning and will continue Sun-
day afternoon, followed by a ban-
quet on Sunday evening. Monday
morning there will be a sigh;
tour of the district and Monday
afternoon and night, the conclud-
ing sessions will be held.
Officers of the convention com-
mittee are J .Louis Shochet. chair-
man. I L Mintzer. treasurer. Rab-
bis David I. Rosenbloom. S. M
Machtei. Max Shapiro, and Julius
Washer. The agenda committee
which will assign the subjects for
the laymen consists of Stanley C
Myers, chairman. M. J. Kopelo-
witz, I. L. Mintzer. Philip Liber-
man. Milton Weiner. Max Rappa-
port and J. Louis Shochet. The
banquet and arangements commr-
tee is headed by H. M. Drevich who
is assisted by Harry Markowitz. H
Wasserman. Mrs. Harry Oliphant,
Mrs. H. Z. Silverman. Mrs. Nat
Blumberg. The transportation com-
mittee is headed by Philip Berko-
wltz who Is being assisted by Harry
Gordon and Harry Wasserman
Representing the Sisterhoods and
Ladies Auxiliary to welcome and
take care of visiting Sisterhood
delegates are Mrs. Milton Weiner.
Meyer Schwartz. Mrs. David
I. Rosenbloom and Mrs. S. M
Machtei. Additional committees will
be named at an early meeting of
the committee. Reports thus far re-
ceived show that most of Florida
communities will be represented at
this conference which will discuss
problems affecting Jewry through-
out the entire state.
A i
Announcements!
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
' I n- r .,! i v ..
119 N. W. Third Avtnut
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Early services begin tonight at
4:30 with the late services at 8 p.
m. with the Junior Congregation
directing. Peretz Scheinberg. who
will be Bar Mitzva the following day,
will act as Rabbi and preach a ser-
mon on "A Challenge to Ji
Agnosticism. Acting as Cantor will
be Irving Ginsburg assisted by the
Junior Choir. Those taking part in
the respon. Ing will be Anna
Feidman. Melvin Katz. Jeanetti
.shall Levins. Roy Mechlovltz, Louis
Kronenfeld. John Kronenfeld. Mar-
r and Howard Schwartz. The
opening prayer will be by John
:^feld and the bi ni dii tion by
Jerome Weinkle Other partici-
pants will be Beryl Solomon. Frank
Markowitz and Morgan Levy. The
Rabbi will speak briefly during the
services and Cantor Hayman and
the choir will participate. Saturday
morning Peretz Scheinberg the son
ol Mr. and Mr.- Mendel Scheinberg
will be Bar Mitzva and will recitl
the Haftoro and speak in English,
following which he will be ad<;
ed by the Rabbi. The parents will
be hosts to the worshippers imme-
diately after the services, in the
Talmud Torah.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
lOrlhodon
1S.', S. W. Third Street
JIT.ll S WASHER. Rabbi
Regular Friday evening sei
begin at 4 30 p m. with the late
serviecs at 8:30 p m. when the Rabbi
will preach on "Building a Home in
a Foreign Country." Pupils of the
Talmud Torah will recite the Kid-
dush and chant traditional meo-
dies. Responsive readings and chant-
ing will be enjoyed. A reception will
follow the services with the Ladies
Auxiliary as the hosts. Saturday
morning services begin at 9 a. m.
with the Mincha services at 4:30 p.
m. followed by the Shalosh Saudah
and Maariv services.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox i
',11 Washington Ait.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Early services begin at 4 30 with
the late services at 8 15 when the
Rabbi will have as the subject of
his sermon "Living or Existing.
Which?" Mr.- Buchman. a promi-
nent Hadassah worker will speak
briefly on "Hadassah." Cantor
Schlachman will chant the services.
Saturday morning the Rabbi will
preach a sermon in Yiddish on the
Biblical portion of the week. Mel-
vin Wolkowsky the son of Mr and
Mrs. Jos. Wolkowsky of Miami Beach
will be Bar Mitzva. He will recite
the Haftoro and speak in English,
following which he will be address-
ed by the Rabbi and presented a
certificate by the president of the
congregation. A reception wil fol-
low after the services. Shalosh
Saudah will follow Mincha at 4:30
p. m.
'Continued on page 7i


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, December 22. 1933

SOCIETY
/'MV/.Vr; AT THE
TIVOL1 THEATRl
At a meeting of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association plans for a
series of winter affairs were acted
Oil and provided special benefit the
entire proceeds Of which will be
donated to the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, a lame show in Bayfront
Park with nationally known enter-
tainers on the program and a series
of dances. Uniforms and equipment
lor the basketball team have been
ordered and games with out of the
city teams will be played during the
season. Additional gym equipment
has recently been Instated and new
gym cassea are being organised, ai.
Grossman was elected to the Board
of Directors to fill a vacancy. The
meeting was addressed by Mr. W.
l. Williams, president 01 tin- local
P.'nai B'rith Lodge.
#
rhe children ol the Talmud Torah
and Sunday school will be guests
ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Con regation and its Ladies Auxil-
iary (in Sunday, December 24th,
when an all day picnic will be held
..' Hollywood All will meet at the
Synagogue a: '.* 45 a m Sunday
morning and will be taken to the
I : me grounds In charge ol the
picnic is Rabbi JuliUS Washer, a
nmittee ol the Ladies Auvillary
and the Sunday school -'an
Mi Daniel Cromer
with a large tea Saturday at hei
:' m honor ol her mother. Mrs.
Rae Cassei. whose birthday annt-
ary was celebrated About 200
attended Mana-Zucca and
Mrs Lionel Cassei sister-in-law ol
the hostess, received with Mrs
Cromer and Mrs Cassei Mrs R L.
Zoli. Mrs Harry 1 Magtd, Mis
Michael Potter and Mis Henr\ I),
Castro Williams poured Miss Doris
cromer. Mis- Gertrude Schoenfa
Mis- Alma Hi ''': : son and Miss
idys Max served at the punch
table
The tea table was laid with an
exquisite Venetian la banquet
cloth and it. Ions were in
Christmas color.- and candles,
At intervals musical numbers
were presented during the aft
noon by Mabel Brunson. Adelaide
Clark RittenhOUSe, Eleanor Clark
Lmton. Marian Barry Taylor. War-
ner Hardman and Annie Laurie
Lee
The hostess and honor gui
pioneer residents Ol Miami. ha\.:.
lived here 20 years The two fam-
ilies have been prominent In
development of the city during that
period of time.
a a
The comical musical numb
RKO-Radio Pictures latest Bert
Wheeler-Robert Woolsey laugh bar-
rage. "Dlplomaniacs." at the Tivoli
%
Theatre provide unique entertain-
ment next Sunday and Monday.
In one of these, enacted by
Wheeler and Marjorie White, late-
ly of "Hotcha." Broadway musical
comedy hit. Miss white, portraying
a blonde but belligerent charmer.
decides she wishes to be wooed
musically Wheeler refuses and 11
wrestling match ensues He is de-
feated finally and warbles tunefulh
while MiSS White sits astride his
chest
Another. In which both the com-
edians appear, is declared to be
equally hilarious The comedians
are awakened, dragged from bed
and dressed by a bevy ol beautiful
girls, the whole affair staged In
rhythmic dancing and toe-tickling
melody.
A brilliant cast enacts the plot ot
Diplomamac- which present-
Wheeler and Woolsey in a broad
burlesque on the Ineffectualities >:
the Peace Conference at Geneva.
*
Mi-- Frances Winer ol Hartford,
Conn., arrived here this week to be
tin' house guest ol her brother and
sister-in-law, Mi and Mrs Milton
Wetner, for the winter season
Stars sometime.- marry their sec-
retaries in the make-believe world
1 motion pictures as well as In the
iness world Ai li a 1 Edward G.
Robinson does
Allni MacMahon started her pic-
H : -: .: R iblnsoil s secretary
Pivi sta: Final." Alter playing
evei pictures shi
cast with Robinson again In
Silver Dollar." but this time as his
Ife
silver Dollar.' a First National
re, which plays at the 7th
* venue Theatre next Sunday and
,1 nday I: .1 romantic story ol the
arly mining days of Colorado, talc-
from 'in book by David Karsh-
Bi i). Daniels ha
1 minine role, and is the "hand-
ler whom Robinson de-
fe and child
Ml I na Simon has been
c- worthy mal ror I Emunah 1 hap-
ter, O. E. S Other officers 1
to serve With her include Albert
' pi ti 1 n; Mrs Clara
Fine, associate ma'ion. William
Freldman, associate patron: Mrs
Schwartz, conductress; Mrs.
Palmer, associate conduc-
MiSS Mary Barber, secretary,
and Mrs Anna Greenberg. treas-
urer

Mr and Mrs Henry DeCastro Wil-
lams will entertain with a birth-
.....11 3 to 6 p. m. Dec. 25
at their home. 581 N. E. 58th St., in
honor of Mana-Zucca. Miami com-
vr
T 0 R (i S! N S0VIET RUSSIA
< V/ \J *J SI TltAM -.ir. I ..v., in .fun- ill rVIT
order* enable ynur relatives in
-m let Itus-iu to purchase all
or of domestic or imported ar-
ticle- at In* prices.
I- in ,.r !,r- ..:i '1'. r i Rpplj l<
I... i.l I.I- ron i*ln*.
. r ln-ir Buthorlnd amenta.
' ii. 11 ..r. it Hank N. T.
* m Orrulra Tmn-p-rl Corp.
' ni'-ri, an Ka|>r,a* Co.
';* n;a-Am,riru Line.
Ilia-.
Imr. Ilirit-llidian. Crp.
v., ulniMurcr* Truat Co.
I'iiHV Nal'l Bank & Truat Co.
'* '' A. Communication*. Inc.
I'nion Tour*. Inr.
World Tourit. Inr.
Hun-, n Co. Salt Hank. Ilatonn,. N. J
TI". PcnnavlvanU Co.. Phi'a.
I'n on Bavins* Rank. Pittabnrrh.
\n a1 ntnalrH Trunt & Savlnm
linnk Chicago.
there are Torgsin -tore- in over
1,000 localities. Torgsin orders
may be sent to anyone, in any
quantity. To cities that have nc
TORGSIN stores. Torgsin mail*
your order by parcel pi
PRICES REDUCED ABOt'T
50
poser, who is nationally known.
v 'ant ho-tesses Will be Mrs.
Jules Pearlman, Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis. Mrs. (i. Max Goldstein and
Mr Jack Cantor.

Ml and Mrs. C. A. Sowers ol 151 '
N. E. First St., announce the mar-
riage ot their daughter. Miss Rose
Sowers, to William Farr. son of
Mr and Mrs Harry Farr. of 1113
S. W. 13th court, which took place
last week They will make theil
home at 1321 8. W Seventh st.
a
A large and brilliant assemblage
attended the dance at the Fleet-
wood Hotel Saturday evening, spon-
|i Intly by Junior Hadassah
and the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation. Clue-;.- sat at mall tab.'
and danced to music provided by
Sam Broun.s seven-piece orchestra
The dance contest wa- won by
Nat Kupperstein and Miss Ruth
other entertainment was
provided by Miss Gladys Max. who
danced a ballet number; Mis- Folle
Miller in acrobatic tap numbei
M c lei trude Schi enbei t '" vocal
'lection.-. Mis.- Max and John Bul-
in an exhibition waltz, and
Milton Traegei In acrobatic num-
bers
The dance committee was head-
ed by Sol Rotfort as chairman. Ba-
ted by members ol both organi-
ze! Ions

Varney's Tavern combining the
atmosphere Of a continental tavern
with the convenience of the most
modern equipment and service Is
iring Jewish dishes prepared in
a separate kitchen by a Jewish chef.
All nationally known and liked Jew-
ish delicacies can be had at a mom-
ent s notice and special care wsll I
be taken of individual parties a'.ci j
nizations for luncheons, etc.
a
A bend it concert tor Temple Is-
wlll be given Thursday night.
:)' 28th. 1933. at Temple Israel.
137 N. E. 19th Street, at 8:30 by
Cecille Wall, pianist, and Robert
Kistler. violinist. Miss Wall studied
at the University of Miami Con-
servatory under Hannah Asher and
for the past three years has been
with Prof. Conradi of Peabody In-
stitute of Music at Baltimore. Rob-
ert Kistler is a former pupil of
Robert T Foster of the University
of Miami Conservatory, and receiv-
ed his degree from Chicago Music
College in June from Sametini. Mr.
Joe Tarpley will accompany Mr.
Kistler.
9
The Paramount Restaurant and
Bar opening at 6 Ocean Drive to-
day will feature Jewish foods, and
will serve breakfasts, dinners and
suppers. A complete line of dairy
dishes will always be available. I.
Tannenbaum one of Miami's pre-
mier bakers and D. Silverstein
prominent hotel man of Long
Beach. N. Y.. arc the operators of
this new and splendidly equipped
establishment. The finest of beers
will be on tap at all times and a
reasonable price line has been pro-
ud, d Every el fort to insure the
comfort of the patrons has been
made.
r
Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a
dinner and dance New Ye.,: I
at the Blackstonc Hotel. Miami
Beach. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff is
chairman of the committee in
charge of arrangements. The pro-
gram will include entertainment
which will number among the per-
formers a number of outstanding
vaudeville stars Reservations may
be made with the president. Mrs.
L. Dob? in. or Mrs. J Simpson.

A public installation lor the re-
cently elected officers ot Emunah
Chpter O. E. S. will be held at the
Scottish Rite Temple on North
River Drive Monday evening, Jan-
uary 1st. 1934. beginning at 8 p m.
An elaborate program has been
prepared.
o
Peretz Schelnberg, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Mendel Schelnberg, long tune
residents and communal work'
tins city, will be Bar Mitzva at
Beth David Synagogue Saturd.u
morning Peretz Is an honor student
at the Ada Merritt School, an offic-
er of Beth David junior Congrega-
tion and a pupil of its Sunday
SChOOl and Talmud Torah. He is a
nephew ot the famous Jewish novel-
ist Sholem Asch whose
novel "Three Cities has met ac-
claim throughout the world. The
parent.- will be hosts to the wor-
shippers i't the Congregation and
all their friends Immediately after
[vices, m Beth Da\ id Talmud
Torah, No Invitations will be issued
and all are Invited to attend
Goldsteins Kosher Restaurant at
Miami Beach is again open lor the
season. It will be operated by Mis
Rose Goldstein who will be inaug-
urating her tenth consecutive ea
son in this area, and will feature
the dinners lor which she is re-
nowned in this territory The res-
taurant has been completely reno-
vated tor the season.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hyman of 1268
N. W. Fifth street announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Esther to Mr. Max Levlne of this
city. A reception will be held at
the home of the Hymans Sunday
evening. December 24th, beginning
at 8 p. m. to which all friends ,.;,
invited.
a a
Hadassah sewing circle will meet
at the home of Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
lan at 10 a. m. Wednesday. Decem-
ber 27th. under the leadership i
Mrs. J. Katz sewing chairman
Ho! Of fir,
opens 6 30 !
p.m. Sund.i, 1
Phone 2-6551 Evenings ;ti, .
| Sun.-Mon.. Dec. 24-25
EDWARD G. ROBINSON
BEBE DANIELS
"The Silver Dollar"
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151 St 2- St"
HEIDELBERG,
BEER GARDEN z'j
Luncheon j>o< 40* JO*
Announcing the opening of
Goldstein's Kosher
Restaurant
OPERATED BY MRS. rose GOLDSTEIN
645 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22nd
BEGINNING AT 5 P. M.
Celebrating Our 10th Anniversary in Miami
l,,n,ral R,pr,,ntati, in I*. S. A.
cfo Amtorg. 261 Fifth Ave_ N. Y.
SIDEBOTTOM
Ice Cream Co.
2424 N. W. 7th Avc.
1100 W. Fl-l,r St.
71* N. W. tilth St.
PHONE ?-3H12
For Fresh
Sea Foods
STOP .\T
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OUR PRICES ARIi THE LOWEST
Our Fish arc the treshest ( Will by our own boats daily
If It Is Sea Food, we have It at Its very best, and at attractively
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servance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.


Friday. December 22, 1933
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH\Roosevelt Rebukes
FLORIDIAN AnH'Sem^
Page Three
I III ISIM.I) KVKIIV FRIDAY
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Miami. Florida Phone 2-llK::
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Presldenl Roosevelt action m
twice going out ol the way to refer
to tiic Jews m in.-, epochal addre
before the twenty-fifth annivi
meeting ol the Federal Council ol
Churches oi Christ in America has
Justly been Interpreted as his way
i i.oris siiociiET. Editor ;0f administering an Imnlied hut
nil, h BHOCHET. Clrnlattan Uutfr ., "" ,n'P"ia out
M" neverthelea effecOve rebuke to
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, anti-Semitism, iii his ringing plea
EDITORIAL OP
el s W. ISth Aii-nur
ICES l
I'hone 2-1
Field Representative
.,, Mcond clan matter July 4.
the |>iMt Orriea at Ml....... Klurlda.
,,',,',1,.'. ih Act of March ."). IB?
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN.
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
.SUBSCRIPTION
gfal Month........II.
Our Yrr.......I2.it
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
for a new war of peace- the war
for social justice." the Presldenl
.spoke oi the "churches Gentile
and Jew" as standing ready to lead I Lionel Elozory.
in this war Inwards the close of P'ano SoloEdith Elozory.
his speech the apostle ol the New Classical Dance -Roberta
The children of the Sunday and
Hebrew Schools of Rodoph shoiom
Temple presented a very lovely
Chanuka program Sunday evening
at H p. in In the auditorium of the
Temple.
The program was opened with
the story of Chanuka by Edith Elo-
zory.
Lighting the Chanuka Lights-
Marvin Aronovitz. Harvey Wittner.
THE
A carnival riot at Meridian. Miss..
is being probed. It seems the town
slicker said to the Siamese Twins,
Haven't I met one of you girls bc-
fore?"
Many a man who calls himself
conservative is only a coward.
Fried -
A man's gratitude is always at its
best Just before you do him a favor.
Vol. 6 No. 50
Fill DAY. DECEMBER 22. 1933
Mr. Justice Hrandeis
Deal, with an obvious eye to the
growth ol racial discrimination, de-
liberately restated the historic
American principle that "govern-
ment guarantees to the churches-
Gentile and Jewthe right to wor-
ship in their own way.'' His stirring
words before a Christian religious
body which has been pioneer in
the movement for inter-racial and
inter-religious good-will and has
courageously denounced the perse-
cution of Jews in Germany unques-
tionably place the President on
record as regarding anti-Semitism
as a social disease which can and
will be cured with the achievement
of the 'more abundant life" which
he declared to be the common goal
Ol the churches of all creeds and
the government.
Back to Land
Idea Endorsed
Much water has flowed over the
dam since the United States Senate
fought bitterly the appointment ol
Louis Brandeis to the Supreme
Com l of the United States. At
thai time considered "unsafe''
from the reactionary viewpoint,
and not blessed with a "ju-
dicial mind. Justice Blander.
ome to be recognized as
the outstanding member oi the
august tribunal, the highest ju- --------
dicial body In the nation. So a number ol prominent Ameri-
when the other day he celebrated can .lews including noted writers
his seventy-seventh birthday it was labor leaders, economists and ag-
natural that he should come In for ilcultural experts, have signed a can
considerable newspaper comment to the leading Jewish organizations
and journals which years ago were 0j the country, urging them to
inclined to share the .suspicions oi delegate representatives to the na-
the extreme "Tories" in the coun- tional convention which will be
now paid him high praise tor |.|(| ,, December -.t and im at the
cord. If one has the temerity Hotel Pennsylvania. New York
kin, and Herbert Steinberg.
PlayA Chanuka SurpriseCast
Included the following children.
Phil Haimovitz. Sam Argintar.
Roberta Marks, Evelyn Weber. Est-
ner Argintar. Bernice Ichill, Ruth
Weiniiaub, Paul Haimovitz. The
play was directed by Miss Florence
Abramovitz, one of the teachers of
the Sunday School.
Piano SoloLorraine Davis
Vocal Solo Libba Segall.
SketchHerbert Feinberg and |
Philip Opper.
Play -"Something Different". Cast
included Gladys Milchman. Mil-
dred Stoun. Bernice Feldman. di-
rected by Miss Beck Buchman.
AddressBy Mr. David Stein.
president of the Temple.
A brunel may be a decided blond
after she has decided to be a
blond.
Some people would have to work
overtime if they practiced half of
what they preach.
Many of the world's greatest men
are unknown to fame. They are
great because they share their joys
with others and keep their sorrows
to themselves.
Highly colored stories are never
in the whit* lie class.
As civilization advances, children
begin to worry at an earlier age.
to remove the robes which grace
the persons of some of the Justices,
In- will find some rather mediocre
men sitting in high places; some
i sed ol petty minds and preju-
Bul with or without the robes
Brandeis Is a great figure.
one which commands the respect
thoughtful element in the
country and one to which the legal
ternity pays tribute. Quoting
President Wilsons message
sent to the Senate at the time his
name was brought before that body
for confirmation we find his sum-
ming up of Brandeis's quallflca-
for the position:
1 cannot speak too highly ol nlfl
impartial, impersonal, orderly and
nctlve mind, his rare analyti-
cal powers, his deep human -ym
pathy, his profound acquaintance
ith the historical roots of our In-
stitutions and insight into their
or ol the many evidences he
rtven of being imbued to the
ery heart with our American ideals
of justice and equality of oppor
inity; of his knowledge of modern
omlc conditions of the way they
bear upon the masses of the peo-
ple, or of his genius in getting per-
ons to unite in common and har-
monious action and look with frank
and kindly eyes into each other's
minds, who have before been heat-
ed antagonists. This friend of jus-
tice and of men will ornament the
high court, of which we are all so
u tly proud."
It's the little things that count -
especially in the primary arithmetic-
class.
A woman Isn't necessarily a good
cook because she roasts her neigh-
bors.
The Making of a Nordic
If this report is true that a ski
jumper was arrested in Austria for
taking part in a Nazi noise-bombing
demonstration to keep people awake.
it marks a sad degeneration of a
noble breed.
The ski juniper, normally seen
leaping 200 feet down a mountain
side, is a space-devouring, death-
defying snowman wno makes the
hair of the spectators stand on end
and wrenches the hearts out of their
bosoms through their throats .
He is a master of thrills. He works
on peoples' nerves in a big way .
But now we are asked to believe
that a member of this heroic guild
has descended to the childish prank
of disturbing his neighbor's sleep
by making a noise under their win-
dows.
I doubt that this man is a ski
jumper. A former ski Jumper, may-
be. A Jumper who jumped once too
often, and landed on his head, and
has never been the same since.
Maybe that's what Hitler is. (He
was reared among the skiing lands
of Austria i. Maybe that's what all
the Nazis are. Mothers, never,
never allow your children to ride
the skis. They are almost certain,
sooner or later, to land on their
heads and become Nazis.
Nothing bores a sensible man like
having to talk about nothing at a
social function.
Considering what most people- an
willing to do for money it's a won-
der there are not more millionaires
where plans for settling Jew.s on the
land as farmers will be discussed.
Among those who have signed
the call for the convention, which
i.s being arranged under the aus-
pices "i the Provisional Commission The surprise ol the evening wa
to, Jewish Farm Settlements In the the presentation ol a radio to our
United States, are: Professor Sells dear Rabbi by Mr
HABBI ADOLPH BURGER
There is no love light in a wo-
man's eyes, declares a Johns Hop-
kins professor. Or at least he has
seen none. The professor's failure
is understandable. A brilliant young
Instructor with a fair salary and an
independent income besides, is tin-
one who sees the love light m a
woman's eyes.
Al first she did not like me. that I
knew :
I saw it in the coldness of
eyes.
At first I loved her madly, that
true;
I vowed to win her. swore it
the skies!
her
to
I'earlman. of the University of Wis-
consin, one "I the leading labor
economists In the United States;
Professor Chaim Chernowltz, ol the
Institute ol Jewish Religion; Louis
I.ipsky. Chairman ol the United
Palestine Appeal; David Dubinsky,
president ol the international
Ladies Garment Worker.- Union.
Dr. Chaim Zhitlowsky. noted Jew-
ish writer Max L Hollander.
Grand Secretary of the Indepen-
dent Order Bnth Abraham; Peter
WierniCk Editor Ol Jewish Morn-
ing .Journal; Jacob Fishniaii. Man-
aging Btor, Jewish Morning
by Mr. David Stein
president who presented it to the
Rabbi In behali ol the members of
the Temple Rabbi Adolph Ben el
graciously accepted his gift and re-
marked that on his right he had keep out of the subway. Minnie.
the right hand Of the Temple and
that is Mr. David Stein and on his
left, the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Temple, who are ever willing and
ready at all times to help. Gifts
were presented the children by the
Ladles Auxiliary and a good time
was had bv all present.
A noiseless subway train has ben.
introduced in New York, and it is
predicted that a way will be found
lo introduce artificial sun rays Into
the cars. If your skin burns easily
The Office Skeptic complains.
We've got rid of prohibition at
last but we still have to put up
with animated cartoons."
Mrs .lack Swerdhn of 211 Wesl
Wilder Ave., Tampa, entertained
Judging by the number ol auto-
mobiles,'' says observing Olga. "it
seems that most of us are not con-
tent with Just the wonderful carri-
age that nature gave us."
Journal; Dr. S. Margoshes, Editor, s.|IU,dav evening, December 16th. Thought for a time to be a bride -
The Day; 8. Dingol. Managing Edi- m |h(. ,,., of a surprise Birthday chocolate layer cake, a new paving
tor, The Day; Morns Feinstone F,al1v [, her husband. A Chop m|xtui on trial In the South proves
Secretary. United Hebrew Trades; Slipy dinner was served to 30 people to ^ coUon and asphalt.
j0 eph Schlossberg, general secre- midnight by the hostess.
ol the Amalgamated Clothing
She- was a lovely mi.ss, both gay and
prim;
She knew just how to sit when
drinking tea;
And I was rather awkwardhardly
slim
And I had always shunned society.
She laughed about my silence when
with friends
Who had been talking much of
trivial things;
She said; "One must converse and
one pretends
To be amused." To forms like-
that she clings.
Then day by day I thought less of
her charm;
She told me she admired my aim
in life;
I could not be amused, and in alarm
She said she loved me. begged to
be my wife!
At first she did not like me. that
I knew,
And so perhaps my conquest was
not small:
Ai first I loved her madly, that Is
true;
But I had ceased to care for her
at all!
la rv
Workers of America; Jacob Wein-
berg, president. Workman's Circle:
Joseph Ba.skm. general secretary,
Womkmen's Circle; and Louis Se-
gal, general secretary. Jewish Na-
tional Workers Alliance.
The Provisional Commission In-
vites all Jewish organizations who
Corn liquor invariably amazes the
stranger. How do mountaineers.
Mr. Irvin Salsbury. who will wed ^^ from a trolIey get lhe motor-
Miss Minnie Cracowaner in the very ^ ^^ glovp tQ put ,n ,t?
near future was the guest of honor ________
have not received a formal Invlta-
There'you'have the tribute of one .ion. to send the* P^ntatWea
man to another. And how
to the national convention.
prophetic were the words of Presi-
dent Wilson! Mr. Justice Brandeis.
indeed has been an "ornament" to
the "high court of which we are all
0 justly proud."
A summer-upper of film stars
calls Mae West "the dream girl of
the millions And a pain to the
maker of bathroom scales.
Sunday evening, Dec. 17th, at a
stag supper at 6 o'clock at the Ybor
City restaurant given by the Merry-
fellows Club of which he is a mem-
ber. Special guests include the
bride-elects brother. Irving Craco-
waner Adolph Weil, and several
others. President Fred Poller and
Chairman Leon Schwartz announc-
ed that guests will be expected to
give toasts to the honored guest ]
which hey did.
A lecturer on "How to Make a
Million Dollars" is wanted by an
Ohio town marshal on a matter of
$40 for the rent of a hall.
Among the New York stores li-
c-ense-d to sell liquor and wines at
retail are a chain candy store, res-
taurant and a nut store. This is
bound to lead to a situation where
some' rounder will demand a case
of bonded chocolates and a "coupla
pints o' real nuts."
Mr. and Mrs. Pressman and chil-
dren of Akron. Ohio, motored down
here and are the guests of Mr.
Pressman's sister, Mrs. Jack Swerd-
lin of 211 W. Wilder Ave. Mr, Press-
man Is a talented pianist.
Laughs in the News: With his
slate' perpetuating them by pro-
hibiting sales of liquor in legitimate
hotels or restaurants. Governor
Crass, of Connecticut, broadcasts a
speech urging the people to wipe
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. December 22. 1933
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rayvis
Extend a Hearty Welcome
to tlie
Officers and Representatives of
District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith
DR. CHAS. BECKWITT
OPTOMETRIST
36 N. E. 1st Are.
BIDS A HEARTY WELCOME
to tlie
Officers and Representatives of
District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith
.MAY SUCCESS AND ACHIEVEMENT CROWN
THE EFFORTS OF
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THE OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF
/.
District Grand Lociijc !\o. 5
B'NAI B'RITH
() O () O O () O O (1 I)
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer

Welcome Brother Ben Briths!
The Palatial Kosher
Restaurant
265 N. E. 2nd Street
.MIAMI'S FOREMOST AND ONLY STRICTLY
KOSHER RESTAURANT extends a cordial and
hearty welcome to the officers and representatives
of
DISTRICT GRAND LODGE, No. 5
B'NAI B'RITH
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Greetings and
Best Wishes
to the
Officers and Representatives of
DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. 5
B'NAI B'RITH
Niceley
Funeral Home
1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
Phone 5-3355AMBULANCE SERVICE
NINETY YEARS
of
B'NAI B'RITH
Excerpts from B'n ai B'rith Magazine
Ninety years ago. a little band of
a dozen German Jews, headed by
Henry Jones, met in Sinsheimer'.
Cafe on Essex Street, in New York
City, and founded B'nai B'rith. This
historic event occurred on Octobe"
13. 1843.
Less than B month after the mo-
mentous and historic meeting of Oc-
tober 13. the little group founded
New York Lodge No. 1 on Novem-
ber 12. The waning factions of ths
Jewish community sat back in sur-
prise and took notice; here, it seem-
ed, was a Jewish platform on which
all could stand. As a result. Zion
Lodge No. 2 was founded in the
same City on February 11, 1844. The
lame of this new movement spread
along the coast, and In the same
Ji shurun Lodee No. 3 was in
stalled in Baltimore. For five years
this trio of lodges lunctioned pro-
ductively, and then it was seen that
to be truly a unifying force. B'nai
B'rith would have to invade the hin-
terland. The most important in-
land Jewish community of those
days was in Cincinnati, and on
March 5. 1849. Bethel Lodge No. 4
was organized in the Queen City
The following year a second lodg'
was created in Cincinnati.
So German was the membership
of those pioneers that Cincinnati
second lodge was the first in the
Order where the English language
was used. The founders of B'nai
B'rith at first named the Order
Bundes Bruder. the free Hebp
translation of which is B'nai B'rith,
"Sons cf the Covenant.''
By 1855 there were twenty B'nai
B nth lodges with a total member-
ship of 2.218. For the first time, th"
Constitution Grand Lodge met ou'-
Side of New York City, m Cincin-
nati, and a report of that meetm:
reveals that the Order had l -
WE GREET
The Officers and
Representatives of
District Grand Lodge, No. 5
B'nai B'rith
quake of this year, the Emergency
Relief Fund of the Order has lit-
erally brought life to countless vic-
tims of natural catastrophies.
The question of establishing the
Order outside of the United States
was raised as early as 1865. and the
first non-American lodge was
founded in Berlin in 1882. Three
sources of $55,300. years later District No. 8 was form-
By 1851 the Orders growth neces- ecj for the lodges in Germany. Dis-
sitated a reorganization of the Con- lricl no. 9. Roumania. followed in
stitution Grand Lodge. Local lodges I888 largely as the result of her, u
were being formed throughout the wori5 on t|le part 0f Benjamin F.
land, and it was deemed necessary pPiXotto. an early Grand Saai
to establish District Grand Lodges ,ne order, whom President Grant.
to supervise those in their territory. al lnc behest of B'nai B'rith. ap-
In that year, therefore. District |)0jnted American Consul to that
Grand Lodge No. l was formed in
New York and District Grand Lodge
No. 2 in Cincinnati. No. 3 followed
in Philadelphia the next year; No.
4 in San Francisco in 1863; No. 5 in
Baltimore in 1867; No. 6 in Chicago
in 1868: and No. 7 in Memphis in
1873.
The present constitution was
country in an effort to end tlie
pogroms against Roumanian Jewry.
His work was successful, and since
there was no salary for him. the
Order supported him during his
term of office.
By 1895. District No. 10 was estab-
lished in Austria-Hungary, and Dis-
trict No. 11 was created in 1911 to
adopted at the general convention supervise the activities of the lodges
Mr. and Mrs.
J. I. Levy
Miami. Kla.Ashland. Wise.
Are you interested in the plight of Your Jewish B
is going on all abo
15'' sure to attend
DISTRICT GRAND L
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24th. at the
Opening Session 4:30 to 6:30
DR. LEON BANOV.and
of Char]
A Musical Pro
NO CHARGES, COW
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MONDAY, DECE
Conference Luncheon at The Pal
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A HEARTY WELCOME
to the
Officers and Representatives of
District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith
SAMS PLAGE
200 Coral Way. Coral Gables, Fla.
(.as Oil Tires Service
O O O O () () O () O (
Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Mechlowitz
of the
National Kosher Market
421 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Extend a Hearty Welcome
to the
Officers and Representatives of
District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith
(> O (> O (> O () O () Q
ol 1K68. when Julius Bien was eleel
ed President. He served until 1900
and was succeeded by Leo N Lew
whose untimely death in 1904
Simon Wolf was named President
ad interim Adolf Kraus was elect-
ed President in 1905. and re-elected
in 1910. 1915. and 1920. In 1925.
President Klaus declined re-elec-
tion and was succeeded by the pres-
ent incumbent. Hon. Allied M.
who was re-elected in 1930.
The Cleveland Jewish Orphan
Home is B'nai Briths oldest phil-
anthropic institution. It was follow-
ed in 1882 by the Home for the
Aged of District No. i at Yonkers,
N. Y. Then came, In 1885. the Jew-
ish Widows and Orphan.- Home m
New Orleans; the Atlanta Hebrew
Orphan's Home. 1889: the National
Jewish Hospital at Denver. 1900;
the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital.
1914; Erie Orphan Home, 1914; j
Maimonides Hospital. 1925; and the
Memphis Home tor the Aged, to
say nothing of contributory support
of many institutions such as the
Touro Infirmary, at New Orleans.
Some of these Institutions are -up-
ported by local lodge.- some by dis-
tricts, and others are national in-
stitutions, but all are among the
finest of their type in the country.
Beginning in 1870 a strong senti-
ment developed in favor of abolish-
ing the mutual aid features of the
Order, and the latter were dissolv-
ed altogether by 1900.
From the Great Chicago Fire ol
I 1871 down to the California earth-
in the Orient After the war. how-
ever, With a map of Europe radi-
cally changed, Czechoslovakia be-
came Dust net No. 10. and Austria
District No. 12. The Polish District
No. 13 was founded in 1924. and a
new District (No. 14) was formed
in Palestine the same year. Pre.-i
dent Alfred M Cohen, during his
European trip of 1927. personalh
installed District No. 15 in London
iGreat Britain and Ireland). With-
in the past two year.- separate dis-
tricts -No. 16 and No. 17have been
d for Egypt and Bulgaria, re-
spectively
One of the most important de-
velopments of the Order was the
organization in San Francisco, in
1909. of the fust women's Auxili-
ary Today there are 100 through-
out the country, and their services
to the Order are incalculable.
Thus year marks the twentieth
anniversary of the founding of the
Anti-Defamation League, one ol
the three principal activities ol
B'nai B'rith today. The other two
are the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tions and Aleph Zadik Aleph.
In 1843 New York Jewry was di-
vided and bitter; B'nai B'rith step-
ped in and brought the warring
factions together isince then it has
been doing the same thing for
Jewish communities the world
oven. In 1857 several Swiss Can-
ton.- were practicing discrimination
against American Jewish citizens;
B'nai B'rith led the fight to remedy
such conditions. During the Civil


Friday.
December 22. 1933
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
War period a need arose for the
Mte snd protection of Jewish or-
phans: B'nai B'rith built the great-
est orphan home of the time. Dur- !
lng the same year, 1868, Jews In
foreign countries were in need of j
relief. B'nai B'rith contributed to
the support of the Alliance Israel- !
,tP rjnlverselle. Shortly afterwards.
outrageous persecutions broke out
in Roumnnia: B'nai B'rith sent
Benjamin F- Peixotto there to
ameliorate conditions. In 1871 the j
Great Fire broke out In Chicago;
B'nai B'rith at once established an
emergency Relief Fund. A decade
later. European Jewry felt the need
0f having lodges of their own;
B'nai B'rith established them. Dur-
ing the same decade, the growing
Industrialization and prosperity of
America, together with the Russian
pogrom., resulted in the beginning
of an immigration which brought
millions of East European Jews to
thb country during the following
B'nai B'rith organized an
Amen, anization committee in each
rehabilitated their lives. In Ameri-
ca, thousands of Jews faced many
problems as the result of army life
B'nai B'rith formed a Soldiers' and
Sailors' Welfare League. By 1913
defamation of Jews was on the in-
j crease; B'nai B'rith organized the
[ Anti-Defamation League, in the
first decade of this country, the
White Slave traffic constituted a
serious problem; B'nai B'rith lent
its energies toward solving it. By
1915 the need for social service
work was acute; in that year B'nai
B'rith made social service a na-
tional activity. In 1921. the atten-
tion of the Order was directed to
Mexico, where thousands of East
European Jewish Immigrants were
stranded without money, Mends, or
knowledge of the language: B'nai
B'rith founded its famous Mexican
Bureau, and in less than ten years
was able to withdraw, leaving a
self-supporting and happy Jewish
community. By 1924 it was obvious
that many of the Jewish .students
at the large universities through-
Page Five
ly. during the present holocaust ",<
through which our people are suf-
fering in Germany, B'nai B'rith
took the lead In calling the same
organizations together for join ac-
tion in this supreme crisis.
WELCOME TO THE OFFICERS AND
REPRESENTATIVES OF
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Br tout the World.-? Do you want to know what
bo Country?
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LC NAI B'RITH

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A History Of
Dist.Grand Lodge
No.5,B'nai B'rith
By EDWIN L. LEVY, Secretary
Upon the founding of our Order.
which is recorded as October 13th.
1843. its adherents were located for
a long time among the Metropoli-
tan centers, spreading first from
New York into the middle West
Of course, our District Grand
j Lodge No. 1 is the mother Grand
Lodge: No. 2 was the second or-
ganized and so on.
District Grand Lodge No. 5 wat
instituted November 24th. 1867. and
at that time consisted only of sev-
eral Lodges located in Baltimore,
Md., Washington and Georgetown
D. C. In fact, the first report of
District Grand Lodge No. 5 shows
that there were seven constituent
Lodges. It should be noted, however.
that at the time of the organiza-
1011 of District Grand Lodge No. 5.
there were in existence four Lodges,
located in Richmond. Va.. Charles-
ton. S. C. Savannah and Columbus,
Oa., which were attached to Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No. 3. and it was
a number of years later U874) that
a re-alignment of territory was
made, at which time there was as-
signed to District Grand Lodge No.
5, Maryland. District of Columbia.
Virginia. North Carolina, So. Caro-
lina and Georgia, in consequence of
which the Lodges then existing in
the South which were a part of
District No. 3 were transferred to
the jurisdiction of District No. 5.
(Continued on page 8>
. District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'NAI B'RITH
With Besl Wishes for Success In Their
Undertakings
MR. and MRS. LOUIS WEINKLE
SINCERE WISHES
FOR SUCCESS
to the
Officers and Directors of the
District Grand Lodge No, 5
B'NAI B'RITH
O O O O () O () o o o
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FUNERAL HOME
1224 S. W. First Street Phone 2-3324
.1 mbulance Service
ul its local lodges as well as a na-
tional department to .supervise this
work. At the same time, the need
apparent for more relief for
orphans, widows, the sick, and the
B'nai B'rith provided it. In
:903. when the Kishinev pogrom
'hocked the world. B'nai B'rith led
he pretest. Two years later, after
he unsuccessful Russian revolu-
';on. B'nai B'rith again took steps
o alleviate the suffering victims of
"he masacres which followed. In
1906, vicious anti-Semitic outbreaks
occurred In Roumania: B'nai B'rith
contributed more than 50.00 francs
f. In 1908 the Jews of Jaffa
Wre attacked, in 1911 there was a
:ire In Constantinople, in 1912 an
Wthquake shook Turkey; B'nai
Br'tli extended immeasurable help
w<* tune. Thousands of Jews were
^periled after the Balkan Wars of
U-13; European B'nai B'rith
d&es contributed $12,000 and
American lodges $25,000 Knotty
Problems faced European Jewry
forlng and after the World War:
B'nai B'rith attacked them all and
"h'ed many. Later, the Order was
ted at the Peace Confer-
ee in behalf of Jews in the af-
'ected areas. Thousands of Jewish
T>hans were homeless after the
"ar; B'nai B'rith adopted hun-
^s of them and cared for them
r-'il they reached maturity. Early
I i< European Jewry lay
>:strate: B'nai B'rith raised a
l"n Fund of $125,000 through
J
out the country were drifting away
from Judaism: B'nai B'rith adopt-
ed the Hillel Foundations, cultural
and social centers for Jewish stu-
dents, and extended them from
coast td coasl At the same time
the need was seen for holding non-
college boys close to the faith of
their fathers: B'nai B'rith sponsor-
ed Aleph Zadik Aleph for youths
from 16 to 21. In the late 1920s it
came to the attention of the Order
that hundreds of recent Jewish im-
migrants, patients at the Mayo
Clinic in Rochester. Minn., wen
suffering because of lack of speci-
fic Jewish services: B'nai B'rith
employed a trained Jewish social
worker to take care of them. After
the economic collapse took place,
charges were made that Jews were
being discriminated against in em-
ployment; B'nai B'rith called other
national Jewish organizatioas to a
conference to investigate and
ameliorate the situation. And final-
A HEARTY WELCOME
To
The Officers and
Representatives of
District Grand Lodge. No. 5
B'nai B'rith
Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Rubin
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The Rosedale Delicatessen
and Restaurant
170 x. w. 5th St.
Bids a hearty welcome to the
officers and representatives of
District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith
) o o o 0 O o o o O
SHOLEM LODGE
No. 1024
B'NAI B'RITH
Extends a Hearty Welcome to the
PRESIDENT, OFFICERS AND
REPRESENTATIVES OF
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and pledges its hearty co-operation
... towards the accomplishment of its
loftv ideals.
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WE WELCOME
The
Officers and Representatives
of
District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith
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Officers and Representatives of
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B'NAI B'RITH
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OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF
DISTRICT GRAND LODGE, NO. 5
B'NAI B'RITH
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven

SOCIETY
PLAYING AT THE
7TH AVE. TUEAI Ri

David Bar Mitzva Boys
Breakfast Club meets every Sun-
(lay morning at 8 o'clock for ser-
,j(., toilowed by breakfast. The
(loners last Sunday were Mesdames
,1 Katz and B. Kandle. in memory
ii father.

Wyly's Halcyon ur.il is provid-
ing a novel feature at this time by
riving complimentary tea reading
from the famous Lady Rhey to all.
s men's luncheons and din-
,n popular prices and afford-
|ng a large range of variety are now
tarnished. A specialty is the
ion being made to insure the
comfort of all the guests and the
rapid service furnished.
Martin Shapiro of New York, a
; ol Rabbi Max Shapiro of
David, is a patient at the Vic-
Hospital as the result of an
appendix operation last week.
\ regular meeting of Beth David
Sisterhood was held last Wcdnes-
with Mrs. Meyer Schwartz pre-
iding. The reading of the amend-
to the By Laws was post-
ed until a later date. Plans
el include a Concert on Sun-
lanuary 14th. directed by Can-
I ouifl Hayman. Open house will
Id at Beth David Talmud To-
rah every other Monday beginning
, n January 8th. when Mrs. Edward
! : i.'dman will be the hostess. A
imregational dinner will be held
'he last Sunday of each month be-
.lining Sunday. January 28th. with
rvice lasting from 6 to 8 p. m.

Mrs. J. Geffen. wife of Rabbi J.
Geffen, and daughter of Atlanta,
Ga., arrived here this week to spend
everal weeks in Miami Beach.
The Chanuka card party and
play last Sunday night of Beth
David was attended by a large
tdience. The children of the Sun-
day school were presented In a
play -By the Lights of Chanuka"
coached by Miss Miriam Scheinberg.
The cast included Jackie Seitlin.
! i/ Rosenkrantz. Sol. Alexander.
Anna Feldman. Elmer Spector.
I rank Markowltz, and Lsadora
Margolis. Rabbi Max Shapiro pre-
sided.

The Beach Cafeteria at 14th st.
and Washington ave.. Miami Beach,
operated by Wm. Capland. popular
restaurateur, has again opened for
the season. Everything has been
completely renovated with the
large and beautiful dining room
seating about two hundred people.
It is one of the most modernly
equipped in the district, and bakes
all of its own cakes, pastries and
pies. Following the policy of "Qual-
: .'v.'-: :j. .;- '.y :- : -; .

ity and service unsurpassed'' it has
a lame .stall ol waiters so that ser-
vice Is rapid and reliable.
. .
The children oi Belli Jacob Sun-
day school and Talmud Torah were
presented in a Chanuka program
and play at the Synagogue last
Sunday afternoon by Mrs. David I.
Rosonbloom who coached them.
Taking part in the program were
June Toursh, Flora Guttman. Si-
mon Rhein. Sidney Besvinick, Lil-
lian Peretzman. Milton Wemkle.
Ophia Tendrich, Lilly Marcus.
Mona Rubin. Leonard Merlin, Ern-
est Landau. Irene Fixler. Jean Wein-
horn. Max Tendrich. Jerry Levin.
Bernard Gladstein, Samuel Good-
man. Sally Mantell and Leonard
Wasserman. Rabbi David I. Rosen -
bloom and Philip Liberman deliver-
d brief addresses.

P. Scheinberg. first president of '
lie Jewish Welfare Bureau, spoke
mi Welfare work at the meeting ol
the Jewish Welfare auxiliary Mon-
day In Kaplan hall. He was pre-
sented by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
program chairman
The following chairmen have been
...imed for the year: Mrs. Lewis
ZelentZ, membership, assisted by
Mis. Alex Goldstein. Mrs. Rose
Miles. Mrs. A. I. Magid and Mrs.
Harry Oliphant; Mrs. Bertha B.
Levy, gymnasium: Mrs. Morris
Dubler, hospitality; Mrs Isaac- Le-
Vin, publicity; Myrs. Myers, pro-
rram; rummage sales. Mrs. J.
Simpson, Mrs. L. Hartz.
Five women were chosen to rep-
resent the auxiliary on the Jewish
welfare board, including Mrs. P.
Scheinberg. Mrs. Morris Dubler.
Mrs. Bernard Simon. Mrs. L. Hartz.
and Mrs. Samuel Katz.
The auxiliary will sponsor a de-
sert luncheon at 1 p. m. Tuesday.
Jan. 9. at the Blackstone hotel.
Miami Beach. Co-chairmen are
Mrs. Charles Greenfield and Mrs.
-;cheinberg.
The opening and closing prayers
were given by Mrs. Dubler.
EDWARD G. ROBINSON
Philip Romer last Monday night.
Lieut. Biake who is the head of the
Rockaways Detective department is
the guest of Mr. Romer during his
lay here of several weeks
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will sponsor its annual dance
the latter part of January and full
details will appear in an early issue.
O O O O O O O O O D
AN OPEN LETTER
Next Wednesday evening the
Junior Council of Jewish Women
will have a dance at Auby's La-
goon, Miami Beach, when a gala
evening of entertainment is promis-
ed. Miss Millie Dreisen is chairman
of the arrangements committee and
she is assisted by the Misses Lee
Kosonoff, Theda Mauer, Zena
Grant, Miriam Scheinberg, May
Levme and Bessie Weinikoff.
The Jewish Welfare Bureau bene-
lit dinner will be held at the
Ponce de Leon Hotel Sunday eve-
ning. December 24th. beginning
promptly at 7:30 p. m. The reser-
vations which are now closed num-
bered the full 160 capacity. Mr.
Sam Blanck is chairman of the
arrangements committee for tfc '
dinner which has been donated in
lull by Mr. Mark Max. The entire
proceeds will be devoted to the wel
fare work of the Bureau. The pro-
4i,im will include a number of
vocal and musical selections and a
Duel address by a prominent speak-
er.
.
The children of the Sunday school
and Talmud Torah of the Miami
lewish Orthodox Congregation were
presented in a Chanuka play a no
program at the Synagogue lasl
Sunday nlghl to a capacity audi-
ence, Taking part in the pro?iam
were Gerald Shulan. Chas. Adel-
niiin. Martin Greenberg, Emanuel
seitlin. Lonard Traure, Rav u.
Shochet. Fred Grossberg. Oscar
Rappaport, Mortj Lasky, Laurence
Feinberg, Norton Pallott. Harold
BerkowltZ, Shirley Greenberg. Fa-
ther Shochet, Marcle Adelmai..
Hope Ellen Tannenbaum. Thelina
Rosenblitt, Myra Rosenblitt. Mil-
dred Berkowitz. Marsha Hani-.
Shirley Seitlin. Eleanor Pollock.
Pauline Lasky coached the play
and accompanied the musical num-
bers at the piano. She was present-
id with a beautiful gift by the
Board of Directors of the Congre
nation. Addresses were made dur-
ing the evening by Rabbi Julius
Washer. Milton Weiner. president
of the congregation, and Joseph
Greenberg. chairman of the Board
of Education.
Complimenting Miss Sylvia Kron-
berg, bride-elect of Sam Lachman
-){ Elizabeth, Tenn.. Miss Mary Ban-
lel entertained at a bridge party
this week at her home. The house
was decorated with cut flowers,
and refreshments reflected a holi-
lay motif. Prizes were won by Mrs.
Leonard Finn and Mrs. Esther
Kaufman. The honor guest was
presented with a gift. Mrs. H. Ban-
del assisted her daughter in serv-
ing.
The girl chum says it's a real
bridge party if its fifty-one per-
cent cards and the rest gossip.
DINING IS A PLEASURt Ai nc:
Beach Cafeteria
14th St. and Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
WM CAPLAND. Manager
THE FINEST IN FOOD DEI.ICIOUSI.Y PREPARED
"Quality and Service Unsurpassed
THE CATE SCHOOL
of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION
I 807 Collins Ave.
I Phone 5-1779
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Miami Beach
Opening for the current season
tomorrow night the St. Regis Res-
taurant at 446 Collins ave.. Miami
Beach, will have a staff fully equip-
ped to provide the finest of Ameri-
can Jewish foods to suit the most
discriminating taste. In addition to
the dinners for which they are
famous dairy foods will be served
The management Is the same as
has operated the well known St.
Regis Hotel at Flelschmans. New
York.

The Chanuka Banquet of Beth
Jacob Congregation was held at the
Sea Breeze Hotel last Sunday eve-
ning with 150 guests attending. Mr.
Harry I. Lipton was toastmaster
and following the invocation by
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of the
congregation introduced the speak-
ers who included Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan of Temple Israel. Philip
Liberman president of the congre-
gation, and Mrs. H. Z. Silverman
president of the Sisterhood. The
principal address was delivered by
the Rabbi. Taking part in the musi-
cal program were Cantors Boris
Schlachman of the congregation and
I. Katz of Temple Emanuel of De-
troit, Mich.

Det. Lieut, and Mrs. James J.
Blake of the Rockaways. N. Y..
were the dinner guests of Mr.
A competitor of ours has been cir-
culating slanderous and harmful
gossip attacking certain business ar-
langements in which I had abso-
lutely no pan.
This competitor purchased a busi-
ness from a former partner of mine,
who let me out last May. My form-
er partner then sold to our present
competitor the Collins avenue store
In the meantime Mr. William Mech-
lovitz, who never had any interest
in any Miami Beach si ore up to
now. and Louis Hendel arranged
for and built a store, where I am
now located and about a month ago
took me in to work with him on a
profit sharing basis. Up to that time
I had been planning a store oi my
own in the neighborhood ol First
street about three blocks away from
this location and had not the slight-
est idea that I would be connected
in any way with any ol the
mt; Kosher markets,
i am making this statement pub-
lic- so that our friends and business
acquaintances may fully understand
my position and vindicate me of
these unjust attacks that have no
loundation and are made to either
curry sympathy tor our com;)
or to do harm to the business with
which I am now connected. And
furthermore. I have been in Miami
a good many years and I am
-ure that no one can say that I
have ever been unfair and I have
always maintained that then is
enough business for all who con-
duct their affairs in an ethical,
honest and fair manner. 1 can
truthfully say that I enjoy the con-
fidence of Gentiles as will as the
,J. w- m Miami Beach and no busi-
ness deal is big enough to allow me
to lose my self respect. I hold no
animosity toward this competitor;
I only ask that these reports be cor-
rected and wish him well, trusting
that we all will have a wonderful
season; we need it.
JACK Wl't'HER.
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
424 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Fla.
RADIO SYNAOOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on
Sunday morning on "A Jew Solilo-
quizes At Christmas Time.'' In ad-
dition to the sermon there will be
prayers, music, scripture reading,
and a question box.
Under Announcements
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
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DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Kabbi
Friday night services at Temple
Israel. Miami's Reform Jewish con-
gregation, 137 N. E. 19th Street, at
8; 15. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's
sermon will be 'What Obstructs
the Christian Ideal of Peace and
Good Will." The public Is welcome.
Hebrew classes meet Saturday
morning at 10 and 10:30. Confirma-
tion class meets Sunday morning at
9 o'clock in Dr. Kaplan's study. All
other classes at 10 o'clock Sunday
morning.
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Sunday VU- till 6:30 P. M.
Isun.-Mon.. Dee. 24-25
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THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Friday. December 22. 1933

Gainesville, Fla.
Notes
Bernie Prank, a .student at the
University of Florida from this city.
won the Interfraternlty singles ten-
nis championship of the campus
and thus established himself as one
ot tl' outstanding racket wielders
of the entire University.
Frank represented Tau Epsiion
Phi. Jewish national fraternity on
the Florida campus, an organiza
tion to which he was pledged at the
nlng of the school year. The
local boy's win placed his fratern-
Ity In sixth place In Interfraternlty
intramural competition.
Earlier in the year Frank copped
the freshman tennis singles cham-
pionship of the University. Last
year Frank was the Junior Cham-
pion of the City and played as No
1 man on the Ida M Fisher High
School team.
Bernie is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. Frank and hails from Miami
Beach
*
Burnett Roth of Orlando, a stu-
dent at the University of Florida.
has been accepted into membership
of Beta Gamma Sigma, national
honorary scholastic business fra-
ternity. II was the excellent scholas-
tic record made by Roth while in
attendanci at the collece oi Bust-
Administration winch enabled
him to receive this outstanding
honor.
Chancellor Roth Is president of
Tau Epsiion Phi aternlty, a na-
la] organization with a
:. the campus ot the Uni-
rlda, He has done
ling debating work
while in attendance at the Un
:-. and Is an Officer of Tau Kappa
Alpha, honorary forensic fratern-
ity He is also an officer of the
John Marshall Law Society. Roth
will receive his Business and Law
at the conclusion of this
school year.
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
Ci lebratlng the Jewish holiday
Hanukkah, in observance of the re-
dedlcation of the temple, the chil-
dren of the Sunday school of the
synagog presented a play. The
Dreambook" Sunday evening at 8
k at the synagog.
Mrs. Sol Witenstein and Miss
Thoba Soloman directed the play.
Miss Naomi Henry had charge of
the music, Miss Eunice Beasley.
dancing, and Miss Marie Stoinoff
and Edward King also assisted,
Those talcing part were Carol Ja-
cob. Constance Henri, Marion Sha-
piro. Rose Claire Shapiro, Shirley
te, Sarah August .Selma
Abrams, Zelda Berman, Shirley
Braverman, Mildred Haimowitz,
Marion Hoffman, Ethel Blattnor.
the Berger twins. Paul Wolly. Abe
Kaminoff, Esther Silverstein. Oscar
I.ivine. Orurn Licberman. George
Wolly, Morton Levy, Dorothy Baker
and Norma Wittenstein.

Mist Rebecca Cohen, of Memphis,
Tenn.. is visiting her sister, Mrs.
George S. Goldsmith.

Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Stone wen
hosts at a dinner party held at
their home on Thursday evening.

Mr. a. Lefkowitc is visiting his
daughter, Mrs Solon Kieppen.

Mortimer Lichtcnstein Is Visiting
his mother, Mrs Perry M, Lichten-
Steln In Winter Park
.* s
Mrs Solon Klepper recently re-
turned from a buying trip to New ,
Y. :': |
A BRIEF HISTORY OF
DISTRICT GRAND LODGE
No. 5. B'NAI B'RITH
i Continued from page 5>
St. Petersburg
Notes
The topic ot sermon this Friday
Evi at Congregation Bnal Israel,
by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld is 'The
Universal Truths and Ethics ol
Judaism.'" Services commence at 8
o'clock.
Saturday morning services at '.
o'clock.
Sunday School. Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock.
Hebrew School daily.
*
The Hanukah Pageant hold at
the Congregation last Sunday Eve.
was a great success, all the children
participating, and the community
was well represented. A special fea-
ture wa.~ a Yiddish folk song sun:;
by a B-year old pupil. Philip
imln,

The Youns.' Maccabees held their
regular meeting on Monday Eve..
and concluded their debate on
Should Religion Participate in
St* Regis
Restaurant
446 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Announces Its Formal Opening
For The Season
Saturday Dec* 23rd
At 5 P. M.
Serving the finest American Jewish Dinners
"Florida's Greatest Restaurant Value"
The state of Florida was unassign-
ed in this division of 1874. perhaps
because there were tew Jewish resi-
dents in that state.
At some later time Florida be-
came a part of District Grand Lodi;:'
No. 7. and it was within recent
years that the Eastern half of the
I
State was assigned to District No. 5.
Wihin the period of it.s existence
the frequency Of meetings has been
changed several times. At first the
meetings were held annually, then
changed to bi-annually. and of latei
years again changed to annual
meetings. Consequently, while our
next Convention will be known as
the 59th. the years of the District
lite is actually 67.
During tills period it has had as
Its presiding officer outstanding
representatives from every section
Oi the District, and at the present
the official organizalon consists ol
the following:
President Dr. Leon Banov, Char-
n. s. c.
1st vice-pros. -Abe Shefferman.
Washington, D. c.
2nd vice-pros -Hyman S. Jac ol:.
Atlanta, Ga.
Secretary- Edwin L, Levy. Rich-
mond. Va.
TreasurerWm. A. Goodhart
Baltimore, Md.
Representative ot the District to
the Constitution Grand Lodge Exe-
cutive Committee IL A. Alexander.
Atlanta, Oa. The above officers to-
gether with the following consti-
tute the General Committee:
H. A. Alexander. Atlanta, Ga.
Sidney J. Stern. Greensboro. N. C
David Dams, Jacksonville, Fla.
Jos Promberg, Charleston, S. C.
L. J. Levitas. Atlanta, Ga.
In its original conception, the
B'nai B'rith in all it.s Grand Lodges
maintained an Insurance Fund for
the benefit of it.s members, but this
feature as of late has been aban-
doned and is existent in only a few
ol the Grand Lodges for the bene-
fit of the older members who have
maintained this Insurance for a
long period of time.
In District Grand Lodge No. 5 the
Endowment Fund was entirely
abandoned in 1908. and such funds
as were then on hand were divided
prorata among the participating
membership.
The Order as a whole, and through
its several district organizations has
lounded many relief institution,.
among them in which we of this
I District are deeply Interested is thi
Hebrew Orphans' Home of Atlanta.
Ga. Because of financial difficul-
ties of the Endowment Fund and to
prevent any involvement of this
Political Momements"? The argu-
ment for thi' affirmative was led
by Shelby Trager. Raymond Fine-
berg and Jack EdeLstein: the nega-
tive .side was represented by Louis
Abraham. Hazel Abraham and Ber-
nie Fuchs. The judges gave their
decision as a draw. The debators
manifested considerable knowledge
of history and politics of today.

The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety are sponsoring a Card Party
this Sunday Eve. at 921 9th St. No.
with Mrs. Carroll and Mrs. Rey-
ner as hostesses. Prizes will be
awarded and refreshment.- served
Technical photographic devices
have been perfected by which a
movie actor can be made to appear
exactly as if he were singing, even
though he can't sing a note. Fur-
ther Improvements which will make
him appear as if he were acting are
earnestly hoped for.
property, the Home was chartered
as a separate and distinct Institu-
tion, and is now so maintained.
The principles of the Order as
outlined in the preamble of ius con-
stitution remain the guiding light
of all of the House of Israel who
are enrolled under the banni '.' Ol
the B'nai B'rith, bill present day
activities are conducted on a much
broader conception ot its meaning
and has been transformed from a
program Ol chanty and relief to
one of education and protection
whereon all may stand shoulder u
shoulder lor the advancement ol
our welfare.
Banker Leaves S125.000
To Jewish (hariti,.
White Plains, N. Y.Bequests
totalling $125,000 were left to
ous Jewish charities by the
Samuel J. Sondering, partin
the banking house of Lehman
Brothers. Outright gifts tot
$25,000 were willed to eight i
ties and a fund of $100,000 w,
to the Federation for the Support
of Jewish Philanthropic Societies
which gets the money after the
death of three of Mr. Sonderlnm'.s
relatives.
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Friday Dec* 22nd
BEGINNING AT 4 P. M.
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