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The Jewish Floridian ( November 9, 1934 )

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f •masss* wJewisti Florid fan FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY \i. 7No. l"> MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1931 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around the World Baltimore—The Baltimore Su.„."„„. bi nch announced that Judge Joseph N. Ullman had accepted u appointment as member of the national industrial relations board. H,. will be chairman of the subcommittee investigating prison labor conditions. Judge Ullman is one of the most active communal workers of the community here. He is activi Ij associated with the Federated Jewish Charities, the American Jewish Congress, the boycott and other social and charitable agencies. Baptists Rap Church for Participating in Good-Will Snccoth Meeting New York—Because it partipatcd in an "all-faiths service" of th at Plymouth CongregaChurch of the Pilgrims on October I, the Brooklyn Church and Mission Federation has been censured by the 08th annual con: the Long Island Bap\ ociation. Following a lebate, in which a small j defended the church's aca8sociation approved a resolution protesting the "holding .. more of these meetings. ng to represent the Protestant ch irehes," on the ground that the service was a "polyglot mixantheism and paganism." The resolution also condemned the ir.terfaith movement known as the Fellowship of Faiths under auspices the meeting was Bishop Francis .). McConthe Methodist Church ; s HI of the Fellowship. The lion held that such servici "a compromise with Chrisbecause "we believe the i of Jesus Christ cannot be supplemi nt or complement 1 religion. Neither do we %  comparing it with other The dissenting minor.\ %  i IT, forced through anlution pledging the assoto mutual understand ng i-operation with "the it cultures." Vr mist ice Day Appeal for N'ails' Victims Still in Germany .V First Insurance | Welfare Bureau Certificate Issued Elects Officers • %  YorkA national appeal %  I hr stian churches to contriban Armistice Day fund for ief of -lews and non-Jews who are being persecuted In Gerbeing broadcast by the Fellowship of Reconciliation as part of a world-wide effort. This a PPeal does not conflict with that High Commissioner for G< t R fugees because this fund is d to alleviate those still in j ny. The appeal says that j i ice Day is proposed as a fitting time to make a collection fo the tragic needs of those who I persecuted in the land against | *Wch -,v(. fought. The sacrifice of l1 "' War, dead in their hope for democracy, should challenge ui to jupport today those who suffer In Germany for their fidelity to re"glon, democracy and peace." The first certificate of insurance issued in this area by the Federal government agency provided for building and loan associations was issued to the Fed< ral Savings and Loan Association of Miami, guaranteeing all savings accounts up to five thousand dollar.-. This insurance is similar I insurance provided for hankby the Federal Government. Elsewhere we an reprinting a photograph of the certificate, which was obtained at Washington by Mr. Harry I. I.ipton. president o! the institution, which has its headquarters on the ground floor of the Congress building on N. E. 2nd ave. Other officers of the Federal Loan and Savings Association are Moses Krieger, treasurr, and C A Sel.^e, vice-president. Those wanting to receive a return of four to five per cent on their savings and yet he assured of itsafety have this opportunity because of the fact that these institutionsponsored and super vised by the Federal Government now have the government's guar .nit f all accounts up to $5,000. The Federal Savings and Loin \ iation an instrumentality of the United States Govrnmtit ami operates under the regulation and supervision of the government. Savings accounts placed with it arc free from tax. The government Ithe largest shareholder, and the association is authorized to call upon the U. S. treasury for funds equal in amount to three times the total of all private savingBC counts in the association. The government account in the association iupon the same basis as the savingaccounts of private individuals. The total amount of savings placed in the association by the public and the government is ible for t here in home mortgages. This enables the assoc o finance the construction and improvements >i homeand to refinance existing home morl i to four tnc am ount placed with the n by local savings iuv. So institution has ev< r afforded to members such mment protection and guar| it i a believed that under them a large volume of local savings. suppl< mented by three times that amount of treasury funds, will now be available m South Florida for the sound financing of new and existing home properties, ^^^^^^____ At the annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, held last Monday night at Kaplan Hall, officers for the coming year electej wen : J. Gerald Lewis, president; Stanley ('. Myers, first vice-president; Mark Max, second vice-president; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, secretary; Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, treasurer, and Nathan Adelman, assistant treasurer. Those serving Jews to Honor Baron Rothschild Announcements M.ltMIUH,MHHIHn*nil as directors wenre-elected for the coming year aim several new names were added, reports of the activities of the past year were read by the executi/e secretary, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, and were approved by the meeting. Addresses were made by Ph.lip Liberman, retiring president; Day J. Apte, l'incus Scheinberg, J. Gerald Lewig and -everal of the newly elected officers. Plans ."or the formation of a Frei Loan Association were discussed, as was the transient problem. A vote of thanks was unanimously given to the retiring president, Mr. Philip Liberman. for hiservices during the past two year-. Directors named were: Ben Axelroad, R. R. Adler, Sam Blank, Leonard Ban'. Arthur Berel. Henry Bulhin. Mori;.Cowen, Herbert U. Feibelman, Bernard Feldman, Sol Goldstrom, Max Hoffman, Herbert E. Kleiman, Abe Km man, Isaac Levin, Harry 1. Upton, Harold Landfield, J. M. Lipton, Harry Magid, Max Rappaport, Meyer Rauzin, 1. Roth, Louis R. Roth, Morris j900 Jewii Rubin, David Slann, Tobias Simon, Recognizing the invaluable servici to the Jewish people rendered by the late Baron Edmond dc Rothschild, who died last Thursday, -memorial /services Svill 'be held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1646 S. \V. 3rd st., on Wednesday evening, November 14, at 8 o'clock. At this meeting all Greater Miami synagogues will participate and every organization is asked to have its membership attend. Addresses will be delivered by the local Rabbis and several speakers of note will address the audience. In charge of arrangements is a committee of representatives of local Jewish or' ganizations. The public is urged 'to attend. Baron Edmond de Rothschild, 89, famous Jewish philanthropist and founder of the first modern Jewish colonies in Palestine, died at his home near Paris last Thursday morning. Born in Paris on August l'J, 1846, he was the only living grandson of Mayer Amschel Rothschild of Frankfort, the founder of the famous Rothschild banking firm. Although head of the famous banki 1 sled in science, art and philanthropy. Always interested in the fate of his less fortunate Jews throughout the world, it is estimated that he spent more than sixty million dollars to establish modern colonies in Palestine. In 1926, when he visited the Holy Land, he received an ovation seldom received by living men. In 1882 he first became interested in Palestine through the efforts of the world-famous Rabbi, Samuel Mohilever, and Joseph Feinberg. He tried to have the farmers raise grain and when it became established that this would not be successful he turned to the production of wine. In Rish L'Zion he built huge wine cellars and aided in the marketing of the products. Hififty years of continued work for Pale-tine was carried on through the agency of the Jewish Colonization Association and through the Pah-tine Jewish Colonization AsSOC ation, of which his sou, .lame-, is president. When the Jewish agency was formed in 1929 he became itfirst honorary president. He was a hearty supporter of the Hebrew University of Palestine, lu-l a short time ago Baron Rothschild paid for the transportation and establishment in Palestine of sh German refugees. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Friday evening services begin at 5:30 o'clock. Saturday morning services begin at 9 with a short sermon in Yiddish by the Rabbi. Sunday morning the Sunday school meets at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms, beginning at 10 o'clock. Talmud Torah classes meet at the Synagogue daily at 3 p. m. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The Junior Congregation will direct the late services tonight at 8:15 with Junior Rabbi Poritz Scheinberg preaching on "A New Jewish Youth in the Making." Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly during the evening. Junior Cantor Irving Ginsburg will assist the choir in chanting the traditional hymns. Others of the Junior Coning firm, he was primarily intergregation assisting will be Jeanette and John Kronenfeld, Helen Schiff, Molly Horowitz, Marvin Rubin, Jack Mendel, Hyman Merlin, Frankie Markowitz, Robert Rothlein and Howard Schwartz. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Friday evening services begin at 5:30 o'clock. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 with Cantor Boris Schlachman chanting and Ritbbi Rosenbloom preaching a sermon in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Shalosh Saudah will be (d)served Saturday at 4:30 p. m.. at which time the Rabbi will preach. Sunday school meets at 10 a m. and Talmud Torah daily at 3 p. 111. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi REASON PREVAILS Out of Tuesday's election results comes the pleasing news lhal the rabid anti-Semite and pro-Nazi Republican congressman from Pennsylvania, Louis T McFadden, iraa decisively defeated by his Democratic opponent, C. Elmer Dietrich. McFadden "ill be remembered as the congressman who used his franking privilege to send thouaan da of the infamous -Protocols of /.ion" to citizens all over the country. Services tonight will be held at 8:15. An Armistice Day lecture will lie delivered by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan entitled "Peace After the Next War." Daniel Richter, son ; Julius Simpson, Milton Weinei and | • 1 Mesdunes D J Apte, Morris Dub$378.50; refunds. $820.26; tola', < %  > Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kichtei, K N lew Alex Miller, Harry 194847.68. J f. W. lOth st.. will become v .;,„:'' Meyer Schwarte, Rose! Disbursements Weekly allotBar Mitrvah, and take part in the simiison Harry Z.Silverman,Roaa Intents, $3,403.90; monetary relief. s ; rv '' ces AU those present are inWe,': and I. Wcins.ein. ($1,525.86; transportation, $817.08; vttld to the reception immediately The following report was re-1 medicine, $123.91; school lunches, e j ved '$177.25; loans. $700.00; salary. Prom October 1, 1988, to October |$1,811.00; office transportation, •M 1934, of Jewish Welfare |$107.00; telephone, $107.16; teleHureau graph, $29.95; postage, $78.35; Receipts Campaign, $8,426.50 miscellaneous expenses. S154.39; | cash; Ladies' Auxiliary, $1,727.50; printing and secretary's supplies, iportation, 16; out-of-town invest!ball $1,066.19; Community Chest, $12.50; rent, §150.00; total, gat j ons 68; new cases, 107; re1268.91; dues. $424; Out-of-town |$8,289.20. Cash on hand October I ^ ^^ ,.. ,. ( ( ,, mml ml ,. (i ,„,. organisation., $819; New Year's .31 1934, ?^s it ions. 7; rases cleared through sodonations, $146.80; donations, Social Service—Office inter• $170.98; Ponce de Leon supper, | views, 1,172; collateral interviews, ( cial service, 431. 2,279; collateral visits. 781; home visits, 298; transients, 162; jail coses, 20; medical, C3; Iran-



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P**e Two THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, November u, i 934 \ 1 ; • 8 The Misses Esther N'cham and Florence Goodman, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. .1. .Wham, returned to the city this week to make thenhome here after an absence of some time in the North. • Congratulations are being re reived by Mr. and Mrs. Mike S;lversiein on the birth of a baby daughter last Wednesday at the Victoria Hospital. Mrs. Silverstein is the former Thelma Appelbaura. • • All are urged to join the physical culture class sponsored by Mrs. Hymen X. Levy, the proceeds %  i which are devoted to the Jewish Welfare Bureau. An innovation is a course in modernistic physical training, -Mure than two hundred people attended the card party sponsored by the Junior Council of Jewish Women at the William 1'enn Hotel last Tuesday night. The hotel was beautifully decorated tor the event and given through the courtesy of Mr. E. II. Griffith, manager, free of charge' In charge of arrangements were the Misses Lillian Wucher and Gertrude Neham. Willian Fair is a patient at the Jackson >i morial Hospital as the result of injurie recently sustained by him. An important meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women will be held at the Ponce de Leon Hotel next Tuesday evening, August 18, when an Armistice Day program will be presented. All members are urged to attend. A social hour will follow the business session. Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer held an open house for the members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Ladies' Auxiliary last Wednesday night at their home. Several hundred guests attended during the evening. Assisting Mrs. Washer as hostess was her mother, Mrs. Bass of New York City. Delicious refreshments wen served during the evening. % %  The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold its regular card party at the vestry rooms of the synagogue next Tuesday evening, August 13th, with Mrs. Julius Wilson in charge of arrangements, All are urged to attend. Prizes will lie awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. • Mr. Louis Jacobskind returned to the city after an absence of sev eral wet k~ .-pent visiting relatives and friends in New York. Mrs. Moe Harris and children arrived here recently to spend the winter They will he joined by Mr, Harris some time during No\ ember. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wechsler have as their house guest Mrs. Polski, the mother of Mrs. Wech-ler, who will spend the wintei %  BSOn here. Members of Junior Hadassah met Monday evening to complete plans for the annual Turkey Trot and annual play, which will be presented December loth. The Turkey Trot will be held November 25th at the Pier in Miami Beach, under the leadership of Mrs. Sol Rotfort. She is assisted by Miss Ida Weinstein and Miss [da Safer. Second tryouts will be held next Monday evening, November 12th, at Beth David Talmud Torah. "On the Hiring Line," by Harvey O'Higgin and Harriet Ford, is the play -elected. Miss Beatrice Goldenblank is general chairman. Miss Hana Mack, president, will be hostess with a slumber party Arch Preservers! Host minus! Sport Shoes 5.85 Discontinued Btylea account for their low Anniversary Sale price. If you've never enjoyed the comfort of Arch Preservers, the smartness of Bostonians, here's your chance! —Streil Floor. Bur dines at her home, 721 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, Saturday evening, .November 10th, to which all members are invited. At the end of the business session, a short skit called "Pioneers" was presented by Miss Safer, Miss Ruth Davis and Miss Anita Bernstein. A book review of "From Vilna to Hollywood" (Zolotkofn, wa % % %  ven by Miss [da Engler, and Miss Mack gave a short talk on the activities of Junior Hadassan' Samet's Kosher Market and Delicatessen, in business at Miami Beach since 1929, has reopened for | the current season and will again serve the Jewish community of Miami Beach with an unexcelled line ot' the choicest of foods and delicatessen, and a complete stock of dairy products. All of its modern fixtures have been thoroughly renovated for tie new -eason and •in service thai has brought It many patrons in the past will again lie at the disposal of the patrons. The fruit department, which will specialize in the finest of fresh fruits and vegetables at low prices, is operated by the well known fruit merchant. Mr. I. M. Grossman, who hahad long experience in this line. The strictly kosher meat and poultry department, which is being operated by Rev. Nathan Wroobel and his associate. Mr Mayer Daum, will handle the finest of western meats and fresh killed poultry and is not connected with any other meat or butcher store or department. Kev. Wroobel. formerly cantor of the Miami .lcwif a luncheem at noon Wednesday, November l-lth, at the Talmud Torah auditorium, with Mesdames I.. Hart/, and Mrs Hai ry Oliphant. The. luncheon will he followed by a regular meeting of | the entiremembership at 2 p. m. Plans fe>r the season will be an nounced and all members are urged ] to attend. A social hour will fol low. Mr. M. Scheinbaum, prominent communal worker of Jacksonville. Fla., formerly of Miami and Atlanta, arrived hero today to spend a brief vacation. Mr. Scheinbaum will be known as the founder and the first president of the Hebrew Friendly Inn of Miami AdalU Mr—Children II, Box Office Opens t:4S P. U Sunday Sunday-Monday, Nov. 11-12 \\ ARNER BAXTER MADGE EVANS STAND UP AND CHEER .iiiiiii in,,. CINDERELLA BAKERY "Hakt f Putter" SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK Large (haloi |-„ Small e lull,,jg f (•eflorhtcne Itulke-s. • for Bponfei take-, per l.oaf i;„ Pineapple* l.aye-r e ..k, I.emein Meringue I'iea, l.arifr Si/,.'I, "hueMountain Rolls, DM. ., I.ady I in. i li-,. r„ Filer Hran MufTiim, Doi r., Vienna llread UTS W. Hauler 1752 N. K. 2nd A>r. L. R. Kupper, D. D. S. Announces the Opening of His Office at 301 Huntington Building I'mthe general practice of elentistry Telephone 2-4452 Miami, Fla. MIAMI'S NEWEST INDUSTRY! oo Rebuilt Standard Makes ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS For Homes and Apartments at BARGAIN PRICES York Refrigerator Sales 1315 N. E. Second Ave. Phone— YOUR VOTE And Support of E. H. Griffith for CITY COUNCIL Miami Beach Will He Greatly Appreciated (raid Polities*] Adv.)



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^M i Friday, November 9, 1984 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Miami. Florida PUBLISHED BVBB1 FRIDAY JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Bo* 2973 HI g. W. 15th Atna EDITORIAL OFFICES; Phone 2-1183 I'hone 2-llsJ J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative inured wond claim matter July I. |30, at the I'.., ,,.. ., ". ... under th.Act „f March t, i ; '""' "'"""• %  (VEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Repiesentative (lUI.ANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Ri presentntive u ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAX BENJAMIN Repn entative lAMI'A MRS M. ]|. KiSI.KK Repruscntative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4200 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. Jli Munlhs One Yrar SUBSCRIPTION ll.i. S2.0I Vol. 7—No. IS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1934 Baron Rothschild One man alone brought more Palestine land into Jewish hands than has the entire Zionist Organization. The same man put more money into Palestine than the Zionist Organization has been able to raise and put into Palestine over a period of many years. This man was Baron Kdmond de Rothschild. The death of Baron Rothschild is one of the greatest losses in Jewish history. Although not a Zionist, he was a "One-man Zionist movement" in himself. He invested over ixt) million dol'ars in Palestine. He pursued his constructive work there quietly, through the Palestine Jewish Colonization Association, known as the PICA. The PICA now owns in Palestine about half a million dunam of land, which i> almost twice as much as the land owned b> the Jewish National Fund. Universally known as the "Nadiv Ha\odua"—the Famous Phi anthropist—he played a great and distinctive part in Jewish life. Though no Zionist. Haron Rothschild manifested his hope for national restoration of the Jewish people m Palestine by joining the mixed Jewish Agency as honorarj president, but as a non-Zionist. He became interested in settling Jews in Palestine when notice was brought to him that some fellow-Jews who. driven out oi Czarist Russia in consequence of the pogroms there, had i desire to settle themselves on land and change their lives from shiftless peddling to the oldest industry known l> mankind. I he death of Haron Rothschild comes as a shock to world Jewry at this moment when Jews are seeking refuge from Germany, Austria, Poland and many other countries. !hc fate of these unfortunates had been taken as much to heart by Baron Rothschild as the fate of the Jewish exiles from Russia. Plans had been laid b\ him this year for assislniM these victims. New land had been acquired for this Purple by the PICA. Vnd with all his wealth and all his fame Haron Roth%  child remained a steadfast traditional Jew. Does Death Face Federations? A vital question was raised recently by Dr. Mordecai M. ,va i I in. head of the Society for the Advancement of Judaism. When he discussed the future of Jewish fund raising actives in the United States. He predicted that the sources ol income for Federations and Welfare Funds would dry up ""ess the leaders of these bodies, both nationally and lolall > <<•'>'; steps to build up the morale of the contributors ;,nd to provide them with a sense of responsibility for what *as being done. Dr. Kaplan believes that, despite the prestn| seeming solidarity amon Jews because of the tide of ;nl1 *' lb' home of Mr and Mrs. H. An.ii'ivitz, and Mrs. Aronovitz was %  i by her sister, Mrs. .1. Milchman. Fall flowers were used in tin' decorations and a full course dinner was served to GO guests. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple is sponsoring a dance at the Moulin Rouge Night Club Sunday evening, November 18th. Tickets can be secured from Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Mrs. Simon MarkinMrs. Isidore Abramovitz Rabbi David Zlelonka of Temple Schaarai Zedek discussed ancient Hebrew music and its relation to music of the synagogue of the present day at the opening meatink' of the Friday Morning Musicale Friday morning at the Federated Clubs building. Mrs. S. Simovitx of 836 S Delaware ave. underwent an operation at the Tampa Municipal Hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed and son, Donald, have returned to their home in Daytona Beach, after a visit here with Mrs. Reid's parents, Mr. and Mrs .1. Milchman. MisHenrietta Waterman of 3300 ban ave., Golfview, has returned to the city alter spending the week-end in Jacksonville as the KUI of Miss %  'raiu-es Benjamin. Mrs. William ('. Ayres of Washington, I). ('., is spending a few weeks here ill Tampa as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kay MiBernice Wolf, daughter of Mrs. Caroline Wolf, 901 S. Delaware ave.. whose engagement to Mr. Stanley Harris of Jacksonville was announced several weeks ago, has announced plans for her wedding. The ceremony will take place at the home of the bride's mother, November 15th, at 8 o'clock with Rabbi David Zielonka officiating. The bride will be attended by her two sisters. Mi.-s Dolly Wolf and Mrs. W. Wc>chselbaum, jr., of Savannah, Ga. Dr. Weichselbauni will be best man and Dr. Bernard A. Baer of Washington, uncle of the bride, will give her away in marriage. Several parties have been planned for the bride-elect. St. Petersburg Notes Rabbi A. 3. Kleinfeld will speak on 'The Value of Education" at th Friday evening's services at Congregation B'nai Israel, i21 0th .-t., N. Installation "f officers took place last Wednesday evening at tin auditorium of the congregation with a selected program ar.d refreshments. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld installed the following officers: Hyman M. Jacobs, president; .lack Fuchs, vice-president; Harry Herman, treasurer, and M. Benjamin, secretary. Trust'cs: Dave Kothblatt, chairman; R. Tennenbaum, Ed Goldman, Max Daviami David I.oebel. Mis. Dave Rothblatt and Mrs. AS. Kleinfeld will be the hostesses Sense and Non-Sense "Your father looks very distinguished with his snow-white hair!" said the elderly lady. "Ah, yes," agreed the wild son proudly. "He's got me to thank for that." First Partner—There're two dollars missing from my desk and no one has a key except you and me. Second Partner—Well, let's put in a dollar each and forget it. A robot exhibited in New York announces that it likes blondes and beer. They arc very good, too, with a Strauss waltz and pretzels. A book store employe is up in the South for attempting to loot a bank, but gee whiz, can't a fellow browse around? Mayor La Guardia has vetoed a city lottery for New York. Those who bet that the great metropolis would never stand for so immoral an enterprise can now collect. The big medical news of the month past was the award of the Nobel prize to Americans. AI30 the removal of a Texas patient from a 181-pound tumor. The Legion parade in Miami was the shortest in its history, but it is not related how long it took the boys to pass a given pint. A Georgia mother of six, who also publishes a newspaper, is running for mayor. Probably on the advice of some committee on the new leisure. "And with all the synagogues, there's not a single Rabbi in Miami," quoth the Sage. Now that Hitler has a toothache, every true Nazi will consult a dentist. The Arabs, according to a British military observer, always go into battle with two poets in the front line. I understand that a smart enemy always places two editors in its front line, and is thus able to hurl the Arabs back with frightful losses. Mother—I hope that Jim is beginning to learn the value of money. Mrs. Newlywed—I think he is, mamma. I haven't found any in his trousers pockets for a week. at the card party sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai Israel, at the auditorium of the Synagogue, !21 9th st., No. Elegant refreshments will be served and a prize will be given each table. The card party takes place on Sunday evening. November 11th, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Alex Hecht and daughter, Sarah, of Tampa, Fla., spent tht week-end with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis of this city. The Judaic Council is giving a balloon dance on Monday evening, November 12th, at 8 o'clock, at !'21 !lth st., No. A good time is in store for all. At Friday night service of Temple Beth El, which begins at 8 o'clock. Kabbi William H. Rosenblatt will speak on "Possibilities for Peace." Kabbi Rosenblatt, as chairman of the Committee for Armistice Day Service, November 11, to be held at Williams Park under auspices of Public Open Forum, ha4 prepared the service for the occasion. Rabbi Rosenblatt will participate in the ceremonies along with six other ministers representing other religious denominations. Orlando Notes Burnett Roth, who graduated from the Orlando High school and j from the University of Florida, has been granted a scholarship with I the Institute of International Fi[ nance. This news was brought to I Orlando by his father, Hyman I Roth, who just returned from a business trip to New York, where be visited his son, who was in school at New York University. The scholarship was presented by the Investment Bankers' Institute of America in connection with the New York University, where young Roth is working for a master's degree. He received a bachelor's degree in business and a law degree from the University of Florida last June. Mr.-. B. Safer returned from Baltimore last week after spending some time with relatives. Misses Pearl Safer and Gertrude Haimowitz spent the week-end in Jacksonville attending the Orlando-Jacksonville football game and the F. T E. Sorority dance. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sigal have announced the engagement of their daughter, Ethyl, to Morris Bork of Jacksonville. Recent arrivals: MrsA. 1. Radzinski and daughter Eva; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. I). Fuchs. The Sisterhood of fieth El held its regular meeting last Wednesday. Temple Beth El Luncheon Forum begins its first meeting on November 12 at noon. This first meeting will be dedicated to a peace program. This forum, started last year, meets twice a month. The Sisterhood prepares a luncheon and a speaker presents some vital problem of the present day. Meeting for the first time this year, the Cong. Ohev Sholem Sunday school held classes Sunday in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. Mr. Sol Hettenstein, superintendent, has charge of the confirmation class again this year. Other teachers are: Mrs. H. Ross, Misses Naomi Henry, Beatrice Lieberman, Mary Blattner. Miss Thoba Solomon is visiting in New York. On November 23, Rabbi Rosenblatt will be the guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the United Liberal Church. His subject for the occasion will be "A Consumer's Economy." Miss Pearl Haimowitz celebrated her birthday recently. Refreshments were served to the guests present and entertaining games were played. Miss Miriam and Florence Kottelman, Thelma and Barbara Berger attended the "twin" party at the home of Mrs. Harvey Hand several weeks ago. %  I st 1 #1 m



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 9, 1934 I ftabio £>'tnicuu>g Bulletin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder :'"<< Director, Radio Syria wo* of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. IV. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1934 No. 47 "Man Rules" Scripture Reading, Genes!*, Chapter I. Verses 26-2H, Inclusive. I believe, without being facetious or blasphemous, that God owes man an apology. He has credited pa with more intelligence than we actually possess. When God gave man dominion over the earth and instructed him to !><• a "go-getter," to Bubdue it, He reckoned with the divine attributes which He had given to man. Unfortunately the Spirit iBO deeply imbedded in the day. and man has made so little effort and such slow progress in bringing the Spirit to the surface thai his every undertaking bears evidence of clay and mud. is bespattered and murky. Man. on the Other hand, has taken God lather too literally. In his race for power and dominion, he has included men and women among "every living thins that creepeth upon the earth." So, man rules. He is not satisfied to have dominion over the animal kingdom to the exclusion of Ids fellow beings. He has stretched forth his grasping arm to control the destinies and well being of his In-other man. Would you know how well he has succeeded.' Are you interested in learning how his efforts have hum crowned.' Look about you. Study 1 he plight of the human race today. Can you detect any measure of success? Oh, you don'; know by what standards to measure? Permit ii c to offer one simple 1 ill God (aid to man. "By the sweat of thy I ow shah thou eat brea ["hat fail enough. What has man mad. ,. this earth? How many do you know who beg for an opportunity .. work and yet u Will you blame this world-wide unemployment on God? on foi the control of man? No! you cannot do that! man's smanagement, man's dominion. Were it only a mi nts of nature, tilling the soil, harvesting the I ng th< other natural obstacles, man's perspiration and une them and he would have food. But. ti sistances that Natun ffers man has added the greatei hindrai %  : •• greed and avarice. It lias become n I only a aw from the earth what man needs, but also, I ind I -'• bute the products among men. Originally a lai was evolved. The aborigines did •1, and somi un ivilized lo it. All the members of the tribe went on a hunt. 1 %  latch served as food for the colony or village. B lid not taki are of man's desire to rule,! to possi BS something peculiarly his own. Man wanted ownership, something over which he could have dominion. This opened a new field, a competitive field. Men vied with each other in the a is, With this state new troubles beset man. Envy was horn. Everything is relative. The poor man did not bemoan his poverty because of its handicapalone, { hut because he saw that his neighbor had more than he. Envy poirons om's p Thej become undesirable in the sight of another's greater wealth. The name is true among paupers and among the wealthy, because there are degrees in !>oth poverty and riches, The constant gnawing thought is, "Why has so-and-so more than I have'.'" Men may deny that they harbor BUCh thoughts, hut it is true. litvertheless. The very expression of their faces, their very demeanor! 1 etrays their thoughts. Is man a true and loyal friend'.' It is difficult to hi' a true friend 1 to one who possesses more than you do. So, enmity follows in the 1 path of inequality of possessions. Hut. power comes only in direct pro-1 portion to ownership, BO man strives for wealth and still more pos1 sessions. He wants to be master of all he surveys. He feels that he must rule. If anything stand in his path, if it become necessary to exploit, to trample On other-, why. nothing deters him. he must have j dominion at all cosl -. In the course of history a Btrange thing happened. When the | weak found themselves being oppressed, they united and selected some few to lead them and to help them defend themselves. But, these leaders were also ambitious, feeling the urge to rule. They usurp, d the powers vested in them by the weak, who had handed together, and they, in turn, used their positions to rah over the masses. This has been the waj nments, wars, revolutions and imperial dynasties, a succession of public championwho became exploiters and tj rants. Almost simultaneously with the development of the idea of pos-e.-ion and power there was horn the recognition of its danger and thinking men began to denounce unequal distribution of opportunity and of the earth's wealth. It was early recognized as wrong for the mighty to rule the weak. The banding together of the privileged few to hold dominion over the great majority of underprivileged and lo control their destinies was denounced as evil. But, when t reached its extreme, as it did in our day, and brought on such confusion as lo shake the very foundations of society, then it was time to call a halt. When, in all history, over so lame a portion of the earth's surface, at any one time, were BO many people willing to .at their bread by the sweat of their browwithout it being available for them? The i.iult lies not with God's system, hut with the dominion that man has usurped over his fellowmen. You may speak of the progress that civilization has made. You may point to its mechanical advances, its modern comfort.-, its timesaving and labor-saving inventions, its Bcientific discoveries. And I tell you that it is all nullified by the misery and pain that millions are suffering as a result of man's inhumanity to man, thede • nan to rule and to have dominion over his brothers, to grow in wealth and power at th. price of the suffering, the privation, yes, even of the bloodshed of his brother man. Were the inhabitants of Marto look down upon us, upon the earth, they would judge us insane. But, they would be mistaken. We HM not mad. We are merely lost, wandering, caught in the maze of ,ur own labyrinth a structure Of bewildering ideals, hopes and aspirations, of contradictory %  motions, of debasing habits and elevating teachings, of humanitananism which is extinct, but which will not die because of an infrequent breath of inspiration across the smouldering (mbers. We are not mad just babes in the w Is. And. great is the sorrow, foi the road out of it all, out of this confusion, is prepared, and has been open to us during all the trying years. It was never intended for man to rule, to have dominion over hifellowmen. Man must acknowledge hut one authority, the Malchuth Shamavim the Kingdom of Heaven. When man ceases to put himself up as the ruling power, when man stops posing as God yes. that's it posing as God! when we submit to the dominion of the Supreme and only Ruler, and we follow the. system of economic and social justice' and equality given to us in His Law. then we may, at least, return to a day when it shall be possible for man to eat his bread by thesweat of his brow. If we accomplish no more than that, it will be a great advantage' over our present plight. There is only one man who should be dominated by you. That man is yourself. I.earn to curb your emotions and evil inclinations. That task will keep you occupied for a lifetime trying to perfect yourself. As to ruling over Others, it is a desire that springs from unwholesome source's. The' really great mindand spirits, the noble souls are always in.-pircil by a desire to serve', to serve the greater number for their good. Officials are not rulers. They are' elected to public service. Dishon.'sty in politics and in industry tempts men to usurp the privilege e>f service and to convert it into dominion. I do not preach anarchy. I do not preach Communism. We need an orderly society. Organized government is essential, but. our public employees should render service, As to the productive fields e>f industry and commerce, there .-hail be no attempt at enrichment through dominion over mem and women. When the right to earn a living by 'he' sweat of one's brow is abridged, then man has proven his unfitness to have dominion. Let uacknowledge the Kingdom of God. His teachings, whenever they are obeyed, preivc beneficent. Let us dethrone the usurper. Man. and restore' in our shrine the true God. Miami Laundry Now Serving BII.TMORE LAUNDRY Patrons 28 N. E. 3rd St. Rhone 2-5111 The Greatest Laundry and Dry Cleaning Institution in the South HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sectiona of Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 N. K. 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Friday. November 9, 1984 JOCI4TYTHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN An imi'o'' t ant meeting of Senior g^jMsah will be hcid on Monday, lumber 12th, beginning at 2 p. .,, the home of Mrs. G. Berlin, ; Meridian ave., Miami Beach. the recent national convention of Hadassah will be pretested. A social hour will follow. \11 members and friends of Haarc urged to attend. • • Congratulations are being reir. and Mrs| Leo Rossn on the birth of a baby boy at the Victoria Hospital last Saturday. Bsbbi S. M Machtei will officiati ,1 ,|,,. |; ; tomorrow at noon. • Sim Kromstock will present a company starring Joe Kaminsky. Yiddish actor, in a three-acl Yiddish melodrama, "The Blind Mother," by M. Hockoff, at Beth David Talmud Torah Sunday night, November lHth, at 8:30 Others in the company VVinkler of New York and year-old daughter, Kuth, nberg, Anna l-'eldman Barash. Admission will fifty rents. The public is ,.n evening of unusual ta nnient. \ %  gulai meeting oi the Books:" Club will be held Monday evening, November 12th, at 8 at the home of Mrs. J. Samet. 1264 S. W. 4th st., when "Ijnili in His Bosom," by C. Miller, will be reviewed by Mrs. Victor Mell. The current topic will be discussed by Mrs. D. Solomon. ial hour will follow. • One of Miami's baby industries factory of the York ftefrigM at L815 N. E. 2nd ive., Miami, where electrical reitors of all kinds and makes are reconditioned and rebuilt by factory experts, to look and serve like new. All boxes when rebuilt mpletely re-enameled. This new business is being operated by lann and Frank Frost of New Wk, who have been connected 'ith the refrigerating business Particular attention i-. paid to home and apartment house needs. New refrigerators are also tone handled by the company at prices. • • Announcement of the sale of the toean View Inn by Mrs. L. Sil•wman to .1. s. Musher of Baltimore, AM., has been announced. i meetng of the Chesed !" el Ernes Sisterhood has been '•lied i Tuesday, November 18, %  ] l; I'avid Talmud Torah by Ito Isidor Cohen, president. AH •embi ra are urged to attend. David Talmud Torah Hall *as crowded to capacity last Sun' the reception tendered Kal,bi and Mrs. Shapiro a beautiful At All Good Stores Ak lor NEW YORK BREAD to I abb, and M,., Max Shapiro in celebration 0 f their recent marriage by th. Congregation and terhood of Beth David. The hall WM oenutifullj < v:th ,. u( flowers and palms, table, at wlii.-i, ..,; tne honor, wai o. an delabra and cut roses and carnations, with a large as the centerpiece. The eeremomes began with a pro. Rabbi Shapiro being escort. M,-. Sol Rotforl and I Piro ; .;. ll.ii i,.,. | •,:. L Harts, chairman of the am mentt committee, introduced ley c. Myers, who pi tmasti r, Sarah Rose Schwartz, ia pupil of the Sunday BCI I, "'" ,l d Mi Shapiro with a bouquet of flowers, ai %  Oli| phant, also a pupil of the Sunday school, presented Rabbi an.: Shapiro with a tray i bread and sail in observan traditional welcome. Hie toast j master expressed his gratifi at the welcome to the Rabbi and then presented Rabbi David I. Kosenbloom, who greeted his coll. and bride in .-, few well mark-. Rabb S. M. Machtei extended a wi Icome to the Rabbi and his bride and wished them well. Rabbi Julius Washer then extend .'inn; (1 the Kahlii and his bride. Mrs, William Robinson, president of Beth David Sisterhood, spoke briefly and then in troduced Mr. Louis Weinkle, one of the foremost worker.of the Congregation, who presented t" radio as a token from the Congregation and Sisterhood. Rabbi Shapiro was the last speaker of the evening and replied in heartfelt terms, thanking all those who came to congratulate him, particularly Page Five not of his congregation. Among those takiliK part in th'j am of entertainment were %  <"' %  < %  of Bdh David, Irvine arg, Junior Cantor, J. Mandel, Mi. Arthur llirtenstein, and a .-kit by Joe Kaminsky and Anna an. Following the formal program delicious refreshments winserved to the several hundied who had gathered. Congratulations are being rebj Mr, and Mrs. Irving Fine on the birth of a baby daughter, Wilma Dvora, Wednesday, Octol. at the Victoria Hospital. Mother and baby arc resting nicely. Beth Jacob Sisterhood held a • ':, intere ting meeting at the of Rabbi and Mrs. David 1. nbloom last Monday night. '..of the recent dance were ted. Plans for the future activiti I the Sisterhood and ll on were discussed and Kill he announced in these columns shortly. The following committee chairmen were named: Mrs. Harry Kerzin, membership; Mrs. Sylvia Shapiro, ways ami means; Mrs. D. 1. Rosenbloom, publicity. Following the business meeting cards played and refreshments Berved. o o COOLER WEATHER IS COMING Gel >,.wi turn or fur <-<.ia cU*nl, ulaicd, repaired %  •> tailored Ui i ji-hi-.n-. Our tailorinR esuarantaed. I. ROSBNOABTBN, 7 S. w. ui Si. WOLFSON'S KOSHER POULTRY MARKET 1832 S. W. Slh St. BARGAIN SPECIALS: ^uunu liens, lb. 22c Springers, ll>. 25c Roasters, lb. 2">c I'hone 2-8857 REV. S. SHENKEK "Shoched" in < harne SEND YOUR LAUNDET TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry BOT H. TURNaX P !" 1111 8. W. (th St. PaSM ••*•** WE CALL FOR AND DELIVI White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 240 N. E. First ATS Opp. Cortes HoUl i "' '= \ WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE EAT AT 1 Begal'8 Kosher Restaurant :,i.7 LAURA ST. -.te Cohen Bros, Dept. 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"" Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 9, Utgj 4 !! •SCXItTY The formal installation of officers and the Board of Governors of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held next Sunday evening, November 11, at the Young Men's Hebrew Association, S. W. 16th av*. and 5th st., when a banquet will be enjoyed by the members of the congregation, its Ladies' Auxiliary and the friends of the congregation. An evening of entertainment has been provided in addition to the formal ceremonies. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of Messrs. H. M. Drevich, Max Rappaport and Max Mintzer. The public is invited to attend and reservations may be made with any member of the committee or by phoning 2-1188. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter will be hosts at a reception Sunday. November llth. at their home between the hours of 2 and r >, in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Daniel. West Palm Beach Last Tuesday night thi Young Judea Clul> was organized at Beth El Temple by Rabbi I. \V. Muskat, who will IKits sponsor. Officers elected Were: Charles Koppner. president; Estelle Davidson, vice|i nt; Helen Moss, secretary; Ted Finger, treasurer; Kcrnice Schutzer, scribe. .Meetingwill be held every Tuesday night at homes of members. Initiation of members will be held next Tuesday evening at the home of Ted Linger. 220 Park ave Palm Beach. One of the outstanding screen productions of the year will be seen Sunday when "Sadie McKee," new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film Startling Joall Crawford at the head of a brilliant cast, opens at the Tivoli Theatre. With a supporting east including such "names" as Franchot Tone, Gene Raymond, Esther Ralston, Edward Arnold, Earl Oxford, Last Monday evening Mrs. Sol Rotfort, past president of Miami'Junior Hadassah, accompanied by Mrs. MoseKrieger, organized the West Palm Reach chapter of Junior Hadassah at the Dixie Court Hotel. Quite a large gathering attended and listened to interesting addresses by Rabbi I. W. MusBeth El Congregation, Mrs. Fotfort, Mrs. Krieger, Mrs. Greenblatt, president of Beth El Sisterhood, and Mrs. Cy Aigintar, president of the Beth [srael Temple. Miss Ethel Wax. one of the prominent members of the Junior leuish community of West I'alm Reach, Was lected president of the new chapter. When "Stand Up and Cheer-", o— T1VOL :* %  PL.-. • %  U>4 (IN I' M 2te till 6:S—Ereninf Me Matin*** Saturday aad Sunday Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday-Monday, Nov. 11-12 JOAN CRAWFORD FRANCHOT TONE Sadie McKee Jean Dixon, Leo G. Carroll and others, the story is said to be one of the most gripping ever translated to the screen. In the story she is the daughter of a cook in a small town. She falls in love with the carefree young man who works for her mother's employer. Like many a modern girl, she elopes and tries her luck in a great city, in this case New York. Hard-hip and struggle await her. | The conclusion of the picture ] holds a tremendous surprise, yet consistent with the haracter of I Sadie McKee. YOUR MONEY IS INSURED When You Save With THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN VSSOCIATION '////r//////// '///////?/// '/ ///////////// y// 61 '///a///* ///////////// /,.,, '„,,*,,.:,.„,,.,/iH.Mu/n II,/ wiS'n /.// %  /!,/////,>/:• % % %  //—,"< %  / /-/An,,,/,/,,//*//* l „,//, l i*,,,/~/*',>y,il*/J*/*i'i"*'/'/t'""//>i'l/M /'//>/"/"/"/>/"."'rMd'Aft '.**(/ >/j'//>/////"/*"'/"'/ t/imtf %  /./ %  .•/'/*// %  %  *m//ni*/"/ ". tm//i uu*i*/mn6' %  U/mXimtmrAfimMm t w mirr Fox Film's new musical extrr.vaganza, comes to the Seventh Avenue Theatre on Sunday it will introduce no fewer than five songs that have already established themselves as song hits wherever they have been heard. The songs, destined as the dance tunes of the world f ir 1934, arc "Our Last Night Together," "Baby Take a Bow," "I'm Laughing," "Broadway's Gone Hill Billy," "She's 'Way Up Thar" and "Out of the Red." They are sung. in various teaming arrangement, by John Boles. James Dunn, Sylvia Froos. the sensational fouryear-old "find." Shirley Temple, Nick Foran, "Aunt Jemima" and Earl Dancer's famous chorus. Jacksonville News Celebrating the "Siyum" of the first portion of the "Ayin Yaakov" the Chevra Shas held a banquet at the Jacksonville Jewish Center j last week and honored its teacher, | Rev G. Finn, who said a "Hadron." Among those who spoke and i took part in the traditional ceremonies were Rabbi Morris I). Margolis of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, Mr. M. Sheinbaum, president of the organization, and Rev. D. Kasachkoff, all of whom spoke during the evening. Others on the program were Joseph Robbin, H. Hertzenberg and M. Baiter. Rev. Finn was presented with a set of Ayin Yaakov in appreciation of his services. The Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged isponsoring a benefit bridge and chili supper next Sunday evening, November llth, beginning at 8 o'clock at the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Mrs. Max Eisenberg and Mrs. Fred Soforenko are co-chairmen and are being assisted by Mesdames Charles Rubin, Sam Datz and A. Nabin. .„„//*///rJ/r/,////,/// //,//r//y/t////x/wMs„ %  /// i/i/y//' ,/-/rr /'Sf-i %  sr//rs/// '///-//MJ ////// // %  /// %  • %  //it///////" %  ///////////// &£^L ^-'4J^ Ground Floor Congress Bldg. 111 N. E. 2nd Ave. The daughters of Israel are sponsoring a Thanksgiving dance at the Jewish Center Thursday evening, November 2!th. Mrs. Hy Selber ia chairman and is beine aided by Mesdames Sam Datz, Abe Selber, L Goldberg, Ben Setter, B. Chepnick and H. Safer. An evening of gala entertainment, will be provided and all are urged to attend. RADIO SYJNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Maehtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "What Price War?" The scrmon will be dedicated to Armistice Day. There also will be prayi r-, music, scripture reading and a %  uestion box. IF YOU WANT TO BE SURE OF KASHRUS Ruy at UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. 5th St. Owned by REV. NATHAN WROOBEL and MAYER DAI M BEEF AND POULTRY AT REASONABLE PRICKS Grand Opening THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th A FEAST FOR THE EYES A TREAT FOR THE PALATE NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON SAMET' Kosher Delicatessen & Market 737 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-3512 Plain and Fancy Groceries, Imported and Domestic Delicatessen, Appetizers of all kinds. Imported and Domestic Cheese, everything in Dairy and Kosher Meat Products, Rye. White. Whole Wheat Breads. Rolls. Pastries and Cakes. GROSSMAN'S FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT OPENING SPECIALS V. S. No. 1 Potatoes. 5 lbs. 7c Onions. 3 lbs. ... 8c Bananas, 3 Ihs 12c Oranges, Large Size. Do/. 16c GRAPEFRUIT, Urge Size. 15c Doz. KOSHER BEEF AND POULTRY DEPARTMEMT Cnder Rabbinical Supervision Owned and Operated by REV. N. WROOBEL and MAYER DAUM Handling Only the Finest of Strictly Kosher Western Beef, Spring Lamb and Fresh Killed Poultry OPENING Thursday, November 15th WHY GUESS WHEN YOU CAN BE SURE?


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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
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7- No. l">
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1931
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around the
World
BaltimoreThe Baltimore Su-
..". bi nch announced that Judge
Joseph N. Ullman had accepted
u appointment as member of the
national industrial relations board.
H,. will be chairman of the subcom-
mittee investigating prison labor
conditions.
Judge Ullman is one of the most
active communal workers of the
community here. He is
activi Ij associated with the Fed-
erated Jewish Charities, the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, the boycott
and other social and
charitable agencies.
Baptists Rap Church for Partici-
pating in Good-Will Snccoth
Meeting
New YorkBecause it partipat-
cd in an "all-faiths service" of
th at Plymouth Congrega-
Church of the Pilgrims on
October I, the Brooklyn Church
and Mission Federation has been
censured by the 08th annual con-
: the Long Island Bap-
\ ociation. Following a
lebate, in which a small
j defended the church's ac-
a8sociation approved a
resolution protesting the "holding
.. more of these meetings.
ng to represent the Protes-
tant ch irehes," on the ground that
the service was a "polyglot mix-
antheism and paganism."
The resolution also condemned the
ir.terfaith movement known as the
Fellowship of Faiths under
auspices the meeting was
Bishop Francis .). McCon-
the Methodist Church ;s
hi of the Fellowship. The
lion held that such servici -
"a compromise with Chris-
because "we believe the
i of Jesus Christ cannot be
supplemi nt or complement
1 religion. Neither do we
comparing it with other
The dissenting minor-
.\ i it, forced through an-
lution pledging the asso-
to mutual understand ng
i-operation with "the
it cultures."
Vr mist ice Day Appeal for
N'ails' Victims Still in Germany
.V
First Insurance | Welfare Bureau
Certificate Issued Elects Officers
York- A national appeal
' I hr stian churches to contrib-
an Armistice Day fund for
ief of -lews and non-Jews
who are being persecuted In Ger-
- being broadcast by the
Fellowship of Reconciliation as
part of a world-wide effort. This
aPPeal does not conflict with that
High Commissioner for G< t
R fugees because this fund is
d to alleviate those still in j
ny. The appeal says that j
' i ice Day is proposed as a
fitting time to make a collection
fo' the tragic needs of those who I
persecuted in the land against |
*Wch -,v(. fought. The sacrifice of
l1"' War, dead in their hope for
democracy, should challenge ui to
jupport today those who suffer In
Germany for their fidelity to re-
"glon, democracy and peace."
The first certificate of insur-
ance issued in this area by the
Federal government agency pro-
vided for building and loan asso-
ciations was issued to the Fed< ral
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami, guaranteeing all savings
accounts up to five thousand dol-
lar.-. This insurance is similar I
insurance provided for hank- by
the Federal Government. Else-
where we an reprinting a photo-
graph of the certificate, which
was obtained at Washington by
Mr. Harry I. I.ipton. president o!
the institution, which has its head-
quarters on the ground floor of
the Congress building on N. E.
2nd ave. Other officers of the
Federal Loan and Savings Associa-
tion are Moses Krieger, treasurr,
and C A Sel.^e, vice-president.
Those wanting to receive a re-
turn of four to five per cent on
their savings and yet he assured
of it- safety have this opportunity
because of the fact that these in-
stitution- sponsored and super
vised by the Federal Government
now have the government's guar
.nit.....f all accounts up to $5,000.
The Federal Savings and Loin
\ iation an instrumentality
of the United States Govrnmtit
ami operates under the regulation
and supervision of the government.
Savings accounts placed with it arc
free from tax. The government
I- the largest shareholder, and the
association is authorized to call
upon the U. S. treasury for funds
equal in amount to three times the
total of all private saving- BC
counts in the association. The
government account in the associa-
tion i- upon the same basis as the
saving- accounts of private indi-
viduals.
The total amount of savings
placed in the association by the
public and the government is
ible for t here in
home mortgages. This enables the
assoc o finance the con-
struction and improvements >i
home- and to refinance existing
home morl i to four
tnc amount placed with the
n by local savings iuv.
So institution has ev< r
. afforded to members such
mment protection and guar-
| it ia believed that un-
der them a large volume of local
savings. suppl< mented by three
times that amount of treasury
funds, will now be available m
South Florida for the sound fi-
nancing of new and existing home
properties, ^^^^^^____
At the annual meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau, held last
Monday night at Kaplan Hall, of-
ficers for the coming year electej
wen : J. Gerald Lewis, president;
Stanley ('. Myers, first vice-presi-
dent; Mark Max, second vice-pres-
ident; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, sec-
retary; Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, treas-
urer, and Nathan Adelman, as-
sistant treasurer. Those serving
Jews to Honor
Baron Rothschild
Announcements
M.ltMIUH,MHHIHn*nil
as directors wen- re-elected for
the coming year aim several new
names were added, reports of the
activities of the past year were
read by the executi/e secretary,
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, and were ap-
proved by the meeting. Addresses
were made by Ph.lip Liberman,
retiring president; Day J. Apte,
l'incus Scheinberg, J. Gerald Lew-
ig and -everal of the newly elected
officers. Plans ."or the formation
of a Frei Loan Association were
discussed, as was the transient
problem. A vote of thanks was
unanimously given to the retiring
president, Mr. Philip Liberman. for
hi- services during the past two
year-.
Directors named were: Ben Ax-
elroad, R. R. Adler, Sam Blank,
Leonard Ban'. Arthur Berel. Henry
Bulhin. Mori;.- Cowen, Herbert U.
Feibelman, Bernard Feldman, Sol
Goldstrom, Max Hoffman, Herbert
E. Kleiman, Abe Km man, Isaac
Levin, Harry 1. Upton, Harold
Landfield, J. M. Lipton, Harry Ma-
gid, Max Rappaport, Meyer Rau-
zin, 1. Roth, Louis R. Roth, Morris j900 Jewii
Rubin, David Slann, Tobias Simon, __________
Recognizing the invaluable serv-
ici to the Jewish people rendered
by the late Baron Edmond dc
Rothschild, who died last Thurs-
day, -memorial /services Svill 'be
held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, 1646 S. \V. 3rd st.,
on Wednesday evening, November
14, at 8 o'clock. At this meeting
all Greater Miami synagogues will
participate and every organization
is asked to have its membership
attend. Addresses will be deliv-
ered by the local Rabbis and sev-
eral speakers of note will address
the audience. In charge of ar-
rangements is a committee of rep-
resentatives of local Jewish or-
' ganizations. The public is urged
'to attend.
Baron Edmond de Rothschild,
89, famous Jewish philanthropist
and founder of the first modern
Jewish colonies in Palestine, died
at his home near Paris last Thurs-
day morning.
Born in Paris on August l'J,
1846, he was the only living grand-
son of Mayer Amschel Rothschild
of Frankfort, the founder of the
famous Rothschild banking firm.
Although head of the famous bank-
i
1 sled in science, art and philan-
thropy. Always interested in the
fate of his less fortunate Jews
throughout the world, it is esti-
mated that he spent more than
sixty million dollars to establish
modern colonies in Palestine. In
1926, when he visited the Holy
Land, he received an ovation sel-
dom received by living men. In
1882 he first became interested in
Palestine through the efforts of
the world-famous Rabbi, Samuel
Mohilever, and Joseph Feinberg.
He tried to have the farmers raise
grain and when it became estab-
lished that this would not be suc-
cessful he turned to the production
of wine. In Rish L'Zion he built
huge wine cellars and aided in the
marketing of the products. Hi-
fifty years of continued work for
Pale-tine was carried on through
the agency of the Jewish Coloniza-
tion Association and through the
Pah-tine Jewish Colonization As-
SOC ation, of which his sou, .lame-,
is president. When the Jewish
agency was formed in 1929 he be-
came it- first honorary president.
He was a hearty supporter of the
Hebrew University of Palestine,
lu-l a short time ago Baron Roth-
schild paid for the transportation
and establishment in Palestine of
sh German refugees.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Friday evening services begin
at 5:30 o'clock. Saturday morning
services begin at 9 with a short
sermon in Yiddish by the Rabbi.
Sunday morning the Sunday school
meets at the Y. M. H. A. club-
rooms, beginning at 10 o'clock.
Talmud Torah classes meet at the
Synagogue daily at 3 p. m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The Junior Congregation will
direct the late services tonight at
8:15 with Junior Rabbi Poritz
Scheinberg preaching on "A New
Jewish Youth in the Making."
Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly
during the evening. Junior Can-
tor Irving Ginsburg will assist the
choir in chanting the traditional
hymns. Others of the Junior Con-
ing firm, he was primarily inter- gregation assisting will be Jean-
ette and John Kronenfeld, Helen
Schiff, Molly Horowitz, Marvin
Rubin, Jack Mendel, Hyman Mer-
lin, Frankie Markowitz, Robert
Rothlein and Howard Schwartz.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Friday evening services begin at
5:30 o'clock. Saturday morning
services begin at 8:30 with Cantor
Boris Schlachman chanting and
Ritbbi Rosenbloom preaching a
sermon in Yiddish on the portion
of the week. Shalosh Saudah will
be (d)served Saturday at 4:30 p. m..
at which time the Rabbi will
preach. Sunday school meets at
10 a m. and Talmud Torah daily
at 3 p. 111.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
REASON PREVAILS
Out of Tuesday's election re-
sults comes the pleasing news
lhal the rabid anti-Semite and
pro-Nazi Republican congress-
man from Pennsylvania, Louis
T McFadden, iraa decisively de-
feated by his Democratic oppo-
nent, C. Elmer Dietrich. Mc-
Fadden "ill be remembered as
the congressman who used his
franking privilege to send thou-
aanda of the infamous -Proto-
cols of /.ion" to citizens all over
the country.
Services tonight will be held at
8:15. An Armistice Day lecture
will lie delivered by Dr. Jacob H.
! Kaplan entitled "Peace After the
Next War." Daniel Richter, son
; Julius Simpson, Milton Weinei and |
1 Mesdunes D J Apte, Morris Dub- $378.50; refunds. $820.26; tola', <> Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kichtei,
K n lew Alex Miller, Harry 194847.68. J f. W. lOth st.. will become
v .;,:'' Meyer Schwarte, Rose! Disbursements Weekly allot- Bar Mitrvah, and take part in the
simiison Harry Z.Silverman,Roaa Intents, $3,403.90; monetary relief. s;rv''ces- AU those present are in-
We,': and I. Wcins.ein. ($1,525.86; transportation, $817.08; vttld to the reception immediately
The following report was re-1 medicine, $123.91; school lunches, "
,ejved. '$177.25; loans. $700.00; salary.
Prom October 1, 1988, to October |$1,811.00; office transportation,
M 1934, of Jewish Welfare |$107.00; telephone, $107.16; tele-
Hureau graph, $29.95; postage, $78.35;
Receipts Campaign, $8,426.50 miscellaneous expenses. S154.39; |
cash; Ladies' Auxiliary, $1,727.50; printing and secretary's supplies, iportation, 16; out-of-town invest!-
ball $1,066.19; Community Chest, $12.50; rent, 150.00; total, gatjons, 68; new cases, 107; re-
1268.91; dues. $424; Out-of-town |$8,289.20. Cash on hand October I ^ ^^ ,.. ,.(.(,,mml.ml,.(i ,,.
organisation., $819; New Year's .31 1934, ?^- sit ions. 7; rases cleared through so-
donations, $146.80; donations, Social ServiceOffice inter-
$170.98; Ponce de Leon supper, | views, 1,172; collateral interviews, (cial service, 431.
2,279; collateral visits. 781; home
visits, 298; transients, 162; jail
coses, 20; medical, C3; Iran--


P**e Two
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, November u, i934
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The Misses Esther N'cham and
Florence Goodman, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. .1. .Wham, returned
to the city this week to make then-
home here after an absence of
some time in the North.
*
Congratulations are being re
reived by Mr. and Mrs. Mike S;l-
versiein on the birth of a baby
daughter last Wednesday at the
Victoria Hospital. Mrs. Silver-
stein is the former Thelma Appel-
baura.
*
All are urged to join the phys-
ical culture class sponsored by Mrs.
Hymen X. Levy, the proceeds i
which are devoted to the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. An innovation
is a course in modernistic physical
training,
* *
-Mure than two hundred people
attended the card party sponsored
by the Junior Council of Jewish
Women at the William 1'enn Hotel
last Tuesday night. The hotel was
beautifully decorated tor the event
and given through the courtesy of
Mr. E. II. Griffith, manager, free
of charge' In charge of arrange-
ments were the Misses Lillian Wu-
cher and Gertrude Neham.
Willian Fair is a patient at the
Jackson >i morial Hospital as the
result of injurie recently sustained
by him.
*
An important meeting of the
Junior Council of Jewish Women
will be held at the Ponce de Leon
Hotel next Tuesday evening, Au-
gust 18, when an Armistice Day
program will be presented. All
members are urged to attend. A
social hour will follow the busi-
ness session.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer
held an open house for the mem-
bers of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation and Ladies' Aux-
iliary last Wednesday night at
their home. Several hundred guests
attended during the evening. As-
sisting Mrs. Washer as hostess was
her mother, Mrs. Bass of New
York City. Delicious refreshments
wen served during the evening.
*
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will hold its regular card party
at the vestry rooms of the syna-
gogue next Tuesday evening, Au-
gust 13th, with Mrs. Julius Wilson
in charge of arrangements, All
are urged to attend. Prizes will
lie awarded for high scores and
refreshments will be served.
*
Mr. Louis Jacobskind returned
to the city after an absence of sev
eral wet k~ .-pent visiting relatives
and friends in New York.
Mrs. Moe Harris and children
arrived here recently to spend the
winter They will he joined by
Mr, Harris some time during No-
\ ember.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. M. Wechsler have
as their house guest Mrs. Polski,
the mother of Mrs. Wech-ler, who
will spend the wintei BSOn here.
Members of Junior Hadassah met
Monday evening to complete plans
for the annual Turkey Trot and
annual play, which
will be presented December loth.
The Turkey Trot will be held No-
vember 25th at the Pier in Miami
Beach, under the leadership of
Mrs. Sol Rotfort. She is assisted
by Miss Ida Weinstein and Miss
[da Safer.
Second tryouts will be held next
Monday evening, November 12th,
at Beth David Talmud Torah.
"On the Hiring Line," by Harvey
O'Higgin and Harriet Ford, is the
play -elected. Miss Beatrice Gol-
denblank is general chairman.
Miss Hana Mack, president, will
be hostess with a slumber party
Arch Preservers!
Host
minus!
Sport Shoes
5.85
Discontinued Btylea account for their low
Anniversary Sale price. If you've never en-
joyed the comfort of Arch Preservers, the
smartness of Bostonians, here's your chance!
Streil Floor.
Bur dines
at her home, 721 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach, Saturday evening,
.November 10th, to which all mem-
bers are invited.
At the end of the business ses-
sion, a short skit called "Pioneers"
was presented by Miss Safer, Miss
Ruth Davis and Miss Anita Bern-
stein. A book review of "From
Vilna to Hollywood" (Zolotkofn,
wa ven by Miss [da Engler, and
Miss Mack gave a short talk on
the activities of Junior Hadassan'
* *
Samet's Kosher Market and Del-
icatessen, in business at Miami
Beach since 1929, has reopened for
| the current season and will again
serve the Jewish community of
Miami Beach with an unexcelled
line ot' the choicest of foods and
delicatessen, and a complete stock
of dairy products. All of its mod-
ern fixtures have been thoroughly
renovated for tie new -eason and
in service thai has brought It
many patrons in the past will again
lie at the disposal of the patrons.
The fruit department, which will
specialize in the finest of fresh
fruits and vegetables at low prices,
is operated by the well known
fruit merchant. Mr. I. M. Gross-
man, who ha- had long experience
in this line. The strictly kosher
meat and poultry department,
which is being operated by Rev.
Nathan Wroobel and his associate.
Mr Mayer Daum, will handle the
finest of western meats and fresh
killed poultry and is not connected
with any other meat or butcher
store or department. Kev. Wroo-
bel. formerly cantor of the Miami
.lcwi now cantor of Beth David Congre-
gation, is a shoched of long stand-
ing in the community and has es-
tablished a splendid reputation for
strict adherence and observance of
all Jewish dietary laws. All poul-
try and meats will he distinguished
by special marks to insure the pa-
trons that all merchandise sold is
absolutely kosher. Rev. Wroobel
and Mr. Mayer Daum, who is a
butcher of many years' experience
in the North, will also operate the
United Kosher Market at 1GG N.
W. Fifth st., Miami, in conjunc-
tion with the department at
Samet's. The same service will
in- supplied. Samet's will thus af-
ford all the opportunity of com-
bining all purchases in the food
line under one i oof and with a dis-
tinct service aimed to please the
customer.
*
Dr. Barney Weinkh has remove,i
hia offices from the Olympia bldg.
to 302 Huntington bldg.
* *
licited, a large number ..f
Jewish friends have rallied to the
support of Mr. !:. ii. Griffith, gen-
ial manager of the. William Pcnn
Hotel, Miami Beach, and are. urg-
ing upon the citizens the fitness
of Mr. Griffth for the. city coun-
cil because of his wide experience
ami generally recognised ability.
In addition to a pledge. f,,r ,). de-
velopment ..f the. apartin. qI and
holed business on a fair and mod-
'''" baB' the growth of
"l" community, Mr. Griffith has
pledged his aid. if elected, towards
the. building .,f storm water mw-
0 A. LUSTGARTEN, M. D. "
Announces the Removal to His
New Residence
1527 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-3985
ers on the' Beach without adding
any burdens to the taxpayers of
the community. Mr. Griffith has
been a frequent visitor at Jewish
affairs and has often aided in Jew-
ish charitable endeavers.

Dr. Leo R. Kupper, the son if
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupperstein of
I this city, who is a graduate of the
Southern College' of Dentistry at
Atlanta, (la., announced the open-
jing of new offices this week in the1
I Huntington bldg. Dr. Kupper has
been a re.side.nt of Miami for a long
number of years, anel except for
the time spent at college was an
active, participant in local JewUh
communal affairs
Belli David Sisterhood will hold
an important board meeting in the
form e>f a luncheem at noon
Wednesday, November l-lth, at the
Talmud Torah auditorium, with
Mesdames I.. Hart/, and Mrs Hai
ry Oliphant. The. luncheon will he
followed by a regular meeting of |
the entire- membership at 2 p. m.
Plans fe>r the season will be an
nounced and all members are urged ]
to attend. A social hour will fol
low.
Mr. M. Scheinbaum, prominent
communal worker of Jacksonville.
Fla., formerly of Miami and At-
lanta, arrived hero today to spend
a brief vacation. Mr. Scheinbaum
will be known as the founder and
the first president of the Hebrew
Friendly Inn of Miami
AdalU MrChildren II,
Box Office Opens t:4S P. U
Sunday
Sunday-Monday, Nov. 11-12
\\ ARNER BAXTER
MADGE EVANS
STAND UP AND CHEER
.iiiiiii.....in,,. .
CINDERELLA BAKERY
"Hakt f Putter"
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Large (haloi ................. |-
Small e lull,,- .................. jgf
(eflorhtcne Itulke-s. for...... ,
Bponfei take-, per l.oaf....... i;
Pineapple* l.aye-r e ..k, -.........
I.emein Meringue I'iea, l.arifr Si/,- .'I,
"hue- Mountain Rolls, Dm. .,
I.ady I in. i li-,............. r
Filer Hran MufTiim, Doi........ r.,
Vienna llread ................
UTS W. Hauler 1752 N. K. 2nd A>r.
L. R. Kupper, D. D. S.
Announces the Opening of His Office
at
301 Huntington Building
I'm- the general practice of elentistry
Telephone 2-4452 Miami, Fla.
MIAMI'S NEWEST INDUSTRY!
---------oo----------.
Rebuilt Standard Makes
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS
For Homes and Apartments at
BARGAIN PRICES
York Refrigerator Sales
1315 N. E. Second Ave.
Phone
YOUR VOTE
And Support of
E. H. Griffith
for
CITY COUNCIL
Miami Beach
Will He Greatly
Appreciated
(raid Polities*] Adv.)


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. November 9, 1984
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Vol. 7No. IS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1934
Baron Rothschild
One man alone brought more Palestine land into Jewish
hands than has the entire Zionist Organization. The same
man put more money into Palestine than the Zionist Organi-
zation has been able to raise and put into Palestine over a
period of many years.
This man was Baron Kdmond de Rothschild.
The death of Baron Rothschild is one of the greatest
losses in Jewish history. Although not a Zionist, he was a
"One-man Zionist movement" in himself. He invested over
ixt) million dol'ars in Palestine. He pursued his construc-
tive work there quietly, through the Palestine Jewish Col-
onization Association, known as the PICA. The PICA now
owns in Palestine about half a million dunam of land, which
i> almost twice as much as the land owned b> the Jewish
National Fund.
Universally known as the "Nadiv Ha\odua"the Fa-
mous Phi anthropisthe played a great and distinctive part
in Jewish life. Though no Zionist. Haron Rothschild mani-
fested his hope for national restoration of the Jewish people
m Palestine by joining the mixed Jewish Agency as hon-
orarj president, but as a non-Zionist.
He became interested in settling Jews in Palestine when
notice was brought to him that some fellow-Jews who. driven
out oi Czarist Russia in consequence of the pogroms there,
had i desire to settle themselves on land and change their
lives from shiftless peddling to the oldest industry known
l> mankind.
I he death of Haron Rothschild comes as a shock to
world Jewry at this moment when Jews are seeking refuge
from Germany, Austria, Poland and many other countries.
!hc fate of these unfortunates had been taken as much to
heart by Baron Rothschild as the fate of the Jewish exiles
from Russia. Plans had been laid b\ him this year for as-
sislniM these victims. New land had been acquired for this
Purple by the PICA.
Vnd with all his wealth and all his fame Haron Roth-
child remained a steadfast traditional Jew.
Does Death Face Federations?
A vital question was raised recently by Dr. Mordecai M.
,vai I in. head of the Society for the Advancement of Judaism.
When he discussed the future of Jewish fund raising activ-
es in the United States. He predicted that the sources ol
income for Federations and Welfare Funds would dry up
""ess the leaders of these bodies, both nationally and lo-
lall> <<'>'; steps to build up the morale of the contributors
;,nd to provide them with a sense of responsibility for what
*as being done. Dr. Kaplan believes that, despite the pres-
tn| seeming solidarity amon Jews because of the tide of
';nl1 * l"mnuinity. Contributors are less inclined than they were
ln Previous and more profitable vears to give to causes which
11 gradually heintf absorbed by federal, state and municipal
agencies.
. Federations would be unwise to ignore the point made
v l)r Kaplan. Thev must adopt a program of Jewish edu-
'.''""' which will consist not merely of teaching Hebrew or
,l'w'*h historv. but which will give Jews in the community a
*se of identification with the Jewish past and an eager-
"** to help mold the Jewish present. In Germany, too. Jews
lf "Hans contributed to Jewish charity causes. Hut the time
*J when they had no personal relationship or emotional
'"'"ilinient to these enterprises. Hewilderment and despera-
"n resulted when the revolution occurred.
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cooper of
Sulphur Springs were pleasantly
surprised Sunday evening, Octo-
ber 28th, by a group of friends
celebrating their silver wedding
anniversary. The party took place
>' lb' home of Mr and Mrs. H.
An.ii'ivitz, and Mrs. Aronovitz was
''i by her sister, Mrs. .1.
Milchman. Fall flowers were used
in tin' decorations and a full course
dinner was served to GO guests.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph
Sholom Temple is sponsoring a
dance at the Moulin Rouge Night
Club Sunday evening, November
18th. Tickets can be secured from
Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Mrs. Simon
Mark- in- Mrs. Isidore Abramovitz
Rabbi David Zlelonka of Temple
Schaarai Zedek discussed ancient
Hebrew music and its relation to
music of the synagogue of the
present day at the opening meat-
ink' of the Friday Morning Musi-
cale Friday morning at the Fed-
erated Clubs building.
Mrs. S. Simovitx of 836 S Dela-
ware ave. underwent an operation
at the Tampa Municipal Hospital
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed and
son, Donald, have returned to their
home in Daytona Beach, after a
visit here with Mrs. Reid's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs .1. Milchman.
Mis- Henrietta Waterman of
3300 ban ave., Golfview, has re-
turned to the city alter spending
the week-end in Jacksonville as the
kui of Miss !'raiu-es Benjamin.
Mrs. William ('. Ayres of Wash-
ington, I). ('., is spending a few
weeks here ill Tampa as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kay
Mi- Bernice Wolf, daughter of
Mrs. Caroline Wolf, 901 S. Dela-
ware ave.. whose engagement to
Mr. Stanley Harris of Jackson-
ville was announced several weeks
ago, has announced plans for her
wedding. The ceremony will take
place at the home of the bride's
mother, November 15th, at 8
o'clock with Rabbi David Zielonka
officiating. The bride will be at-
tended by her two sisters. Mi.-s
Dolly Wolf and Mrs. W. Wc>chs-
elbaum, jr., of Savannah, Ga. Dr.
Weichselbauni will be best man
and Dr. Bernard A. Baer of Wash-
ington, uncle of the bride, will give
her away in marriage. Several
parties have been planned for the
bride-elect.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Rabbi A. 3. Kleinfeld will speak
on 'The Value of Education" at
th Friday evening's services at
Congregation B'nai Israel, i21 0th
.-t., N.
Installation "f officers took
place last Wednesday evening at
tin auditorium of the congrega-
tion with a selected program ar.d
refreshments. Rabbi A. S. Klein-
feld installed the following offi-
cers: Hyman M. Jacobs, presi-
dent; .lack Fuchs, vice-president;
Harry Herman, treasurer, and M.
Benjamin, secretary. Trust'cs:
Dave Kothblatt, chairman; R. Ten-
nenbaum, Ed Goldman, Max Da-
vi- ami David I.oebel.
Mis. Dave Rothblatt and Mrs. A-
S. Kleinfeld will be the hostesses
Sense and Non-Sense
"Your father looks very distin-
guished with his snow-white hair!"
said the elderly lady.
"Ah, yes," agreed the wild son
proudly. "He's got me to thank
for that."
First PartnerThere're two dol-
lars missing from my desk and no
one has a key except you and me.
Second PartnerWell, let's put
in a dollar each and forget it.
A robot exhibited in New York
announces that it likes blondes and
beer. They arc very good, too,
with a Strauss waltz and pretzels.
A book store employe is up in
the South for attempting to loot
a bank, but gee whiz, can't a fel-
low browse around?
Mayor La Guardia has vetoed
a city lottery for New York. Those
who bet that the great metropolis
would never stand for so immoral
an enterprise can now collect.
The big medical news of the
month past was the award of the
Nobel prize to Americans. AI30
the removal of a Texas patient
from a 181-pound tumor.
The Legion parade in Miami was
the shortest in its history, but it
is not related how long it took
the boys to pass a given pint.
A Georgia mother of six, who
also publishes a newspaper, is run-
ning for mayor. Probably on the
advice of some committee on the
new leisure.
"And with all the synagogues,
there's not a single Rabbi in
Miami," quoth the Sage.
Now that Hitler has a tooth-
ache, every true Nazi will con-
sult a dentist.
The Arabs, according to a Brit-
ish military observer, always go
into battle with two poets in the
front line. I understand that a
smart enemy always places two
editors in its front line, and is thus
able to hurl the Arabs back with
frightful losses.
MotherI hope that Jim is be-
ginning to learn the value of
money.
Mrs. NewlywedI think he is,
mamma. I haven't found any in
his trousers pockets for a week.
at the card party sponsored by the
Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society
of Congregation B'nai Israel, at
the auditorium of the Synagogue,
!21 9th st., No. Elegant refresh-
ments will be served and a prize
will be given each table. The card
party takes place on Sunday eve-
ning. November 11th, at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Alex Hecht and daughter,
Sarah, of Tampa, Fla., spent tht
week-end with their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Davis of this city.
The Judaic Council is giving a
balloon dance on Monday evening,
November 12th, at 8 o'clock, at
!'21 !lth st., No. A good time is
in store for all.
At Friday night service of Tem-
ple Beth El, which begins at 8
o'clock. Kabbi William H. Rosen-
blatt will speak on "Possibilities
for Peace."
Kabbi Rosenblatt, as chairman
of the Committee for Armistice
Day Service, November 11, to be
held at Williams Park under aus-
pices of Public Open Forum, ha4
prepared the service for the oc-
casion. Rabbi Rosenblatt will par-
ticipate in the ceremonies along
with six other ministers represent-
ing other religious denominations.
Orlando Notes
Burnett Roth, who graduated
from the Orlando High school and
j from the University of Florida, has
been granted a scholarship with
I the Institute of International Fi-
[ nance. This news was brought to
I Orlando by his father, Hyman
I Roth, who just returned from a
business trip to New York, where
be visited his son, who was in
school at New York University.
The scholarship was presented by
the Investment Bankers' Institute
of America in connection with the
New York University, where
young Roth is working for a mas-
ter's degree. He received a bach-
elor's degree in business and a law
degree from the University of
Florida last June.
Mr.-. B. Safer returned from
Baltimore last week after spend-
ing some time with relatives.
Misses Pearl Safer and Gertrude
Haimowitz spent the week-end in
Jacksonville attending the Or-
lando-Jacksonville football game
and the F. T E. Sorority dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sigal have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Ethyl, to Morris Bork of
Jacksonville.
Recent arrivals: Mrs- A. 1. Rad-
zinski and daughter Eva; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
I). Fuchs.
The Sisterhood of fieth El held
its regular meeting last Wednes-
day.
Temple Beth El Luncheon Fo-
rum begins its first meeting on
November 12 at noon. This first
meeting will be dedicated to a
peace program. This forum, start-
ed last year, meets twice a month.
The Sisterhood prepares a lunch-
eon and a speaker presents some
vital problem of the present day.
Meeting for the first time this
year, the Cong. Ohev Sholem Sun-
day school held classes Sunday in
the vestry rooms of the synagogue.
Mr. Sol Hettenstein, superintend-
ent, has charge of the confirma-
tion class again this year. Other
teachers are: Mrs. H. Ross, Misses
Naomi Henry, Beatrice Lieberman,
Mary Blattner.
Miss Thoba Solomon is visiting
in New York.
On November 23, Rabbi Rosen-
blatt will be the guest speaker at
a luncheon meeting of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of the United Lib-
eral Church. His subject for the
occasion will be "A Consumer's
Economy."
Miss Pearl Haimowitz celebrated
her birthday recently. Refresh-
ments were served to the guests
present and entertaining games
were played.
Miss Miriam and Florence Kot-
telman, Thelma and Barbara Ber-
ger attended the "twin" party at
the home of Mrs. Harvey Hand
several weeks ago.

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 9, 1934
I


ftabio >'tnicuu>g Bulletin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder :'"<< Director, Radio Syria wo* of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Vol. IV.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1934
No. 47
"Man Rules"
Scripture Reading, Genes!*, Chapter I. Verses 26-2H, Inclusive.
I believe, without being facetious or blasphemous, that God owes
man an apology. He has credited pa with more intelligence than we
actually possess. When God gave man dominion over the earth and
instructed him to !>< a "go-getter," to Bubdue it, He reckoned with
the divine attributes which He had given to man. Unfortunately the
Spirit i- bo deeply imbedded in the day. and man has made so little
effort and such slow progress in bringing the Spirit to the surface
thai his every undertaking bears evidence of clay and mud. is bespat-
tered and murky.
Man. on the Other hand, has taken God lather too literally. In
his race for power and dominion, he has included men and women
among "every living thins that creepeth upon the earth." So, man
rules. He is not satisfied to have dominion over the animal kingdom
to the exclusion of Ids fellow beings. He has stretched forth his
grasping arm to control the destinies and well being of his In-other man.
Would you know how well he has succeeded.' Are you interested in
learning how his efforts have hum crowned.' Look about you. Study
1 he plight of the human race today. Can you detect any measure of
success? Oh, you don'; know by what standards to measure? Permit
ii c to offer one simple 1 ill God (aid to man. "By the sweat of thy
I ow shah thou eat brea ["hat fail enough. What has man mad.
,. this earth? How many do you know who beg for an opportunity
.. work and yet u Will you blame this world-wide
unemployment on God? on foi the control of man? No!
you cannot do that! man's smanagement, man's
dominion.
Were it only a mi nts of nature, tilling
the soil, harvesting the I ng th< other natural obstacles,
man's perspiration and une them and he would
have food. But. ti sistances that Natun ffers man has
added the greatei hindrai -: greed and avarice. It
lias become n I only a aw from the earth what
man needs, but also, I ind I -' bute the products among
men. Originally a lai was evolved. The aborigines did
1, and somi un ivilized lo it. All the members of the
tribe went on a hunt. 1 latch served as food for the col-
ony or village. B lid not taki are of man's desire to rule,!
to possi bs something peculiarly his own. Man wanted ownership,
something over which he could have dominion.
This opened a new field, a competitive field. Men vied with each
other in the a is, With this state
new troubles beset man. Envy was horn. Everything is relative. The
poor man did not bemoan his poverty because of its handicap- alone, {
hut because he saw that his neighbor had more than he. Envy poi-
rons om's p Thej become undesirable in the sight of an-
other's greater wealth. The name is true among paupers and among
the wealthy, because there are degrees in !>oth poverty and riches,
The constant gnawing thought is, "Why has so-and-so more than I
have'.'" Men may deny that they harbor BUCh thoughts, hut it is true. '
litvertheless. The very expression of their faces, their very demeanor!
1 etrays their thoughts.
Is man a true and loyal friend'.' It is difficult to hi' a true friend 1
to one who possesses more than you do. So, enmity follows in the 1
path of inequality of possessions. Hut. power comes only in direct pro-1
portion to ownership, BO man strives for wealth and still more pos- 1
sessions. He wants to be master of all he surveys. He feels that he
must rule. If anything stand in his path, if it become necessary to
exploit, to trample On other-, why. nothing deters him. he must have j
dominion at all cosl -.
In the course of history a Btrange thing happened. When the |
weak found themselves being oppressed, they united and selected some
few to lead them and to help them defend themselves. But, these lead-
ers were also ambitious, feeling the urge to rule. They usurp, d the
powers vested in them by the weak, who had handed together, and
they, in turn, used their positions to rah over the masses. This has
been the waj nments, wars, revolutions and imperial dynas-
ties, a succession of public champion- who became exploiters and
tj rants.
Almost simultaneously with the development of the idea of pos-
-e.-ion and power there was horn the recognition of its danger and
thinking men began to denounce unequal distribution of opportunity
and of the earth's wealth. It was early recognized as wrong for the
mighty to rule the weak. The banding together of the privileged few
to hold dominion over the great majority of underprivileged and lo
control their destinies was denounced as evil. But, when t reached
its extreme, as it did in our day, and brought on such confusion as lo
shake the very foundations of society, then it was time to call a halt.
When, in all history, over so lame a portion of the earth's surface,
at any one time, were bo many people willing to .at their bread by
the sweat of their brow- without it being available for them? The
i.iult lies not with God's system, hut with the dominion that man has
usurped over his fellowmen.
You may speak of the progress that civilization has made. You
may point to its mechanical advances, its modern comfort.-, its time-
saving and labor-saving inventions, its Bcientific discoveries. And I
tell you that it is all nullified by the misery and pain that millions
are suffering as a result of man's inhumanity to man, the- de
nan to rule and to have dominion over his brothers, to grow in wealth
and power at th. price of the suffering, the privation, yes, even of the
bloodshed of his brother man.
Were the inhabitants of Mar- to look down upon us, upon the
earth, they would judge us insane. But, they would be mistaken. We
HM not mad. We are merely lost, wandering, caught in the maze of
,ur own labyrinth a structure Of bewildering ideals, hopes and as-
pirations, of contradictory .motions, of debasing habits and elevating
teachings, of humanitananism which is extinct, but which will not die
because of an infrequent breath of inspiration across the smouldering
(mbers.
We are not mad just babes in the w.....Is. And. great is the sor-
row, foi the road out of it all, out of this confusion, is prepared, and
has been open to us during all the trying years. It was never intended
for man to rule, to have dominion over hi- fellowmen. Man must ac-
knowledge hut one authority, the Malchuth Shamavim the Kingdom
of Heaven. When man ceases to put himself up as the ruling power,
when man stops posing as God yes. that's it posing as God! when
we submit to the dominion of the Supreme and only Ruler, and we
follow the. system of economic and social justice' and equality given to
us in His Law. then we may, at least, return to a day when it shall
be possible for man to eat his bread by the- sweat of his brow. If we
accomplish no more than that, it will be a great advantage' over our
present plight.
There is only one man who should be dominated by you. That
man is yourself. I.earn to curb your emotions and evil inclinations.
That task will keep you occupied for a lifetime trying to perfect
yourself. As to ruling over Others, it is a desire that springs from
unwholesome source's. The' really great mind- and spirits, the noble
souls are always in.-pircil by a desire to serve', to serve the greater
number for their good. Officials are not rulers. They are' elected
to public service. Dishon.'sty in politics and in industry tempts men
to usurp the privilege e>f service and to convert it into dominion.
I do not preach anarchy. I do not preach Communism. We need
an orderly society. Organized government is essential, but. our public
employees should render service, As to the productive fields e>f in-
dustry and commerce, there .-hail be no attempt at enrichment through
dominion over mem and women. When the right to earn a living by
'he' sweat of one's brow is abridged, then man has proven his un-
fitness to have dominion. Let u- acknowledge the Kingdom of God.
His teachings, whenever they are obeyed, preivc beneficent. Let us
dethrone the usurper. Man. and restore' in our shrine the true God.
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JOCI4TY-
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
An imi'o''
t ant meeting of Senior
g^jMsah will be hcid on Monday,
lumber 12th, beginning at 2 p.
_ .,, the home of Mrs. G. Berlin,
,; Meridian ave., Miami Beach.
the recent national con-
vention of Hadassah will be pre-
tested. A social hour will follow.
\11 members and friends of Ha-
arc urged to attend.
*
Congratulations are being re-
ir. and Mrs| Leo Rossn
on the birth of a baby boy at the
Victoria Hospital last Saturday.
Bsbbi S. M Machtei will officiati
,1 ,|,,. |; ; tomorrow at noon.
*
Sim Kromstock will present a
company starring Joe Kaminsky.
Yiddish actor, in a
three-acl Yiddish melodrama, "The
Blind Mother," by M. Hockoff, at
Beth David Talmud Torah Sunday
night, November lHth, at 8:30
Others in the company
, VVinkler of New York and
year-old daughter, Kuth,
nberg, Anna l-'eldman
Barash. Admission will
fifty rents. The public is
,.n evening of unusual
ta nnient.
* *
\ gulai meeting oi the Books-
:" Club will be held Monday
evening, November 12th, at 8
at the home of Mrs. J.
Samet. 1264 S. W. 4th st., when
"Ijnili in His Bosom," by C. Mil-
ler, will be reviewed by Mrs. Vic-
tor Mell. The current topic will
be discussed by Mrs. D. Solomon.
ial hour will follow.
* *
One of Miami's baby industries
factory of the York ftefrig-
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ive., Miami, where electrical re-
itors of all kinds and makes
are reconditioned and rebuilt by
factory experts, to look and serve
like new. All boxes when rebuilt
mpletely re-enameled. This
new business is being operated by
lann and Frank Frost of New
Wk, who have been connected
'ith the refrigerating business
Particular attention i-.
paid to home and apartment house
needs. New refrigerators are also
tone handled by the company at
prices.

Announcement of the sale of the
toean View Inn by Mrs. L. Sil-
wman to .1. s. Musher of Balti-
more, AM., has been announced.
* *
* i meetng of the Chesed
el Ernes Sisterhood has been
'lied i Tuesday, November 18,
] l; I'avid Talmud Torah by
Ito Isidor Cohen, president. AH
embi ra are urged to attend.
*
David Talmud Torah Hall
*as crowded to capacity last Sun-
' the reception tendered
Kal,bi and Mrs. Shapiro a beautiful
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to I abb, and M,., Max Shapiro in
celebration 0f their recent mar-
riage by th. Congregation and
terhood of Beth David. The hall
WM oenutifullj < ,v:th ,.u(
flowers and palms,
table, at wlii.-i, ..,; tne
honor, wai o. ,an
delabra and cut roses and carna-
tions, with a large
as the centerpiece. The eeremo-
mes began with a pro.
Rabbi Shapiro being escort. .
M,-. Sol Rotforl and I
Piro ;.;. ll.ii!, i,.,. | ,:. L
Harts, chairman of the am
mentt committee, introduced
ley c. Myers, who pi
tmasti r, Sarah Rose Schwartz,
ia pupil of the Sunday bcI.....I,
"'",l d Mi Shapiro with a bou-
quet of flowers, ai Oli-
| phant, also a pupil of the Sunday
school, presented Rabbi an.:
Shapiro with a tray
i bread and sail in observan
traditional welcome. Hie toast
j master expressed his gratifi
at the welcome to the Rabbi and
then presented Rabbi David I. Kos-
enbloom, who greeted his coll.
and bride in .-, few well
mark-. Rabb S. M. Machtei ex-
tended a wi Icome to the Rabbi and
his bride and wished them well.
Rabbi Julius Washer then extend
.'inn- ;(1 the Kahlii and
his bride. Mrs, William Robinson,
president of Beth David Sister-
hood, spoke briefly and then in
troduced Mr. Louis Weinkle, one
of the foremost worker.- of the
Congregation, who presented t"
radio as a token from the Congre-
gation and Sisterhood. Rabbi Sha-
piro was the last speaker of the
evening and replied in heartfelt
terms, thanking all those who came
to congratulate him, particularly
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not of his congregation.
Among those takiliK part in th'j
am of entertainment were
<"'< of Bdh David, Irvine
arg, Junior Cantor, J. Man-
del, Mi- Arthur llirtenstein, and
a .-kit by Joe Kaminsky and Anna
an. Following the formal
program delicious refreshments
win- served to the several hun-
died who had gathered.
* *
Congratulations are being re-
bj Mr, and Mrs. Irving Fine
on the birth of a baby daughter,
Wilma Dvora, Wednesday, Octo-
l. at the Victoria Hospital.
Mother and baby arc resting nicely.
Beth Jacob Sisterhood held a
':, intere ting meeting at the
of Rabbi and Mrs. David 1.
nbloom last Monday night.
'..- of the recent dance were
ted. Plans for the future
activiti.....I the Sisterhood and
ll on were discussed and
Kill he announced in these columns
shortly. The following committee
chairmen were named: Mrs. Harry
Kerzin, membership; Mrs. Sylvia
Shapiro, ways ami means; Mrs. D.
1. Rosenbloom, publicity. Follow-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 9, Utgj
4 !!
SCXItTY
The formal installation of offi-
cers and the Board of Governors
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be held next
Sunday evening, November 11, at
the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation, S. W. 16th av*. and 5th
st., when a banquet will be en-
joyed by the members of the con-
gregation, its Ladies' Auxiliary
and the friends of the congrega-
tion. An evening of entertain-
ment has been provided in addi-
tion to the formal ceremonies. In
charge of arrangements is a com-
mittee consisting of Messrs. H. M.
Drevich, Max Rappaport and Max
Mintzer. The public is invited to
attend and reservations may be
made with any member of the com-
mittee or by phoning 2-1188.
*
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter will
be hosts at a reception Sunday.
November llth. at their home be-
tween the hours of 2 and .r>, in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Daniel.
West Palm Beach
Last Tuesday night thi Young
Judea Clul> was organized at Beth
El Temple by Rabbi I. \V. Muskat,
who will Ik- its sponsor. Officers
elected Were: Charles Koppner.
president; Estelle Davidson, vice-
|i nt; Helen Moss, secretary;
Ted Finger, treasurer; Kcrnice
Schutzer, scribe. .Meeting- will be
held every Tuesday night at homes
of members. Initiation of mem-
bers will be held next Tuesday eve-
ning at the home of Ted Linger.
220 Park ave Palm Beach.
One of the outstanding screen
productions of the year will be
seen Sunday when "Sadie McKee,"
new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film
Startling Joall Crawford at the
head of a brilliant cast, opens at
the Tivoli Theatre.
With a supporting east includ-
ing such "names" as Franchot
Tone, Gene Raymond, Esther Ral-
ston, Edward Arnold, Earl Oxford,
Last Monday evening Mrs. Sol
Rotfort, past president of Miami'-
Junior Hadassah, accompanied by
Mrs. Mose- Krieger, organized the
West Palm Reach chapter of Jun-
ior Hadassah at the Dixie Court
Hotel. Quite a large gathering
attended and listened to interest-
ing addresses by Rabbi I. W. Mus-
Beth El Congregation, Mrs.
Fotfort, Mrs. Krieger, Mrs. Green-
blatt, president of Beth El Sis-
terhood, and Mrs. Cy Aigintar,
president of the Beth [srael Tem-
ple. Miss Ethel Wax. one of the
prominent members of the Junior
leuish community of West I'alm
Reach, Was lected president of
the new chapter.
When "Stand Up and Cheer-",
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JOAN CRAWFORD
FRANCHOT TONE
Sadie McKee
Jean Dixon, Leo G. Carroll and
others, the story is said to be
one of the most gripping ever
translated to the screen.
In the story she is the daughter
of a cook in a small town. She
falls in love with the carefree
young man who works for her
mother's employer. Like many a
modern girl, she elopes and tries
her luck in a great city, in this
case New York.
Hard-hip and struggle await her. |
The conclusion of the picture ]
holds a tremendous surprise, yet
consistent with the haracter of I
Sadie McKee.
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Fox Film's new musical extrr.va-
ganza, comes to the Seventh Ave-
nue Theatre on Sunday it will in-
troduce no fewer than five songs
that have already established them-
selves as song hits wherever they
have been heard.
The songs, destined as the dance
tunes of the world f ir 1934, arc
"Our Last Night Together,"
"Baby Take a Bow," "I'm Laugh-
ing," "Broadway's Gone Hill Bil-
ly," "She's 'Way Up Thar" and
"Out of the Red." They are sung.
in various teaming arrangement,
by John Boles. James Dunn, Syl-
via Froos. the sensational four-
year-old "find." Shirley Temple,
Nick Foran, "Aunt Jemima" and
Earl Dancer's famous chorus.
Jacksonville News
Celebrating the "Siyum" of the
first portion of the "Ayin Yaakov"
the Chevra Shas held a banquet at
the Jacksonville Jewish Center j
last week and honored its teacher, |
Rev G. Finn, who said a "Had-
ron." Among those who spoke and i
took part in the traditional cere-
monies were Rabbi Morris I). Mar-
golis of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center, Mr. M. Sheinbaum, presi-
dent of the organization, and Rev.
D. Kasachkoff, all of whom spoke
during the evening. Others on the
program were Joseph Robbin, H.
Hertzenberg and M. Baiter. Rev.
Finn was presented with a set of
Ayin Yaakov in appreciation of
his services.
The Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering
Aid Society and Home for the Aged
i- sponsoring a benefit bridge and
chili supper next Sunday evening,
November llth, beginning at 8
o'clock at the Jacksonville Jewish
Center. Mrs. Max Eisenberg and
Mrs. Fred Soforenko are co-chair-
men and are being assisted by
Mesdames Charles Rubin, Sam
Datz and A. Nabin.
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Ground Floor Congress Bldg.
111 N. E. 2nd Ave.
The daughters of Israel are
sponsoring a Thanksgiving dance
at the Jewish Center Thursday
evening, November 2!th. Mrs. Hy
Selber ia chairman and is beine
aided by Mesdames Sam Datz, Abe
Selber, L Goldberg, Ben Setter, B.
Chepnick and H. Safer. An eve-
ning of gala entertainment, will be
provided and all are urged to at-
tend.
RADIO
SYjnAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Maehtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning
on "What Price War?" The scr-
mon will be dedicated to Armistice
Day. There also will be prayi r-,
music, scripture reading and a
uestion box.
IF YOU WANT TO BE
SURE OF KASHRUS
Ruy at
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
166 N. W. 5th St.
Owned by
REV. NATHAN WROOBEL and MAYER DAI M
BEEF AND POULTRY AT REASONABLE PRICKS
Grand Opening
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
A FEAST FOR THE EYES
A TREAT FOR THE PALATE
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON
SAMET'
Kosher Delicatessen & Market
737 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-3512
Plain and Fancy Groceries, Imported and Domestic Delicatessen, Appetizers
of all kinds. Imported and Domestic Cheese, everything in Dairy and
Kosher Meat Products, Rye. White. Whole Wheat Breads. Rolls. Pastries
and Cakes.
GROSSMAN'S
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT
OPENING SPECIALS
V. S. No. 1 Potatoes. 5 lbs. 7c Onions. 3 lbs. ... 8c
Bananas, 3 Ihs..........12c Oranges, Large Size. Do/. 16c
GRAPEFRUIT, Urge Size. 15c Doz.
KOSHER BEEF AND POULTRY
DEPARTMEMT
Cnder Rabbinical Supervision
Owned and Operated by
REV. N. WROOBEL and MAYER DAUM
Handling Only the Finest of Strictly Kosher Western Beef,
Spring Lamb and Fresh Killed Poultry
OPENING
Thursday, November 15th
WHY GUESS WHEN YOU CAN BE SURE?