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MIAMI, I I OIUDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER Ki, 193J
Price Five Cent*
Institute <>f Contemporary Kc-
nli, Problems to Ho Hold L'n-
j,.r Aii-pices of Three Faith*.
\\ .).A One-Day In-
,, "The New Deal" in
which representatives of various
. ; di cuss different as-
m under the auspices of
. Catholics and Jewt,
:,: the Contemporary
Auditorium here on November 14.
The ew nl was one of the first
where current economic
were considered by mem-
ie questions which were
by prominent author-
" Social and Econom
New Deal," "Bank-
: Finance," "Transporl
and the Railroads," "New Soci il
Point of View of La-
"Inti i national Aspects of the
and similar questions.
The event was held under the
: the Contemporary Club,
f Protestants, Catholics
Iward I.. Israel, rabbi of
Har Smai of Baltimore
d by President Roose-
o al ideals, will be the
urer in the Open Forum
i i ids state College for
Tallahassee. He will
th( "Social Implications
uf L'i! mployment-"
-man Samuel Dickstein,
if the House [mmigra-
ttee and member of the
oiinr un-American ac
in the United States, rec-
; legislation Friday to
in future the practice of
ition on racial or reli-
ounds by hotels located on
mmendation, made in a
tatemi nt, was elicited by
lh|- ca i of the New Chamberlin
| lid Point Comfort, Va.,
nly advertised that only
tian patronage was wel-
l he hostelry is on a gov-
Dr. Stephen S. Wist
*'" give Chicagoans a first-hand
: the Geneva World Jew-
nference at a luncheon No-
I, it was announced her-
Miami Jewry to Brandeis Is
78 Years Old Publishes Book
Par, Georges Mandel, French
political leader, has been
minister of communica-
new "truce" cabinet of
W a meeting of p pre entatives
of Temple Israel, Beth Jacob Con-;
gregation, Beth David I
tion and the Miami Jew
dox Congregation, held
day night at. the home of Rabbi
David I. Rosenb in .plan
adopted by which the wlicital
for aid during the winb
will he co-ordinated. The plans
recommended include one join
peal for American and Eun
n all synagogues, and a
Palestinian and Relief I
A committee representing the con-l
gregations will allot the amounts
to be given to each institution. No
others will be i the tfl
cilities of the synaf
and it is intended to elimi-
nate the continual drain on local
merchants as well as visitors by
the numerous "meshulochim" and
who come to the Miami
area every year. Only those in '
stitutions who will agr to thi
plan will receive a -hue of thi
funds raised, and will be
themselves the cost of sending in-
Is Well Attended
. es of every wing o!
Jewry of (Ireatet Miami, including
a number of tourists, were present
at impressive memorial u
held Wednesday night at the Miami
i. Orthodox Synagogue in
honor of Baron Edmond de Roth-
schild, who e di ath lasl week was
mourned by Jewry throughout the
world. Addles-..- were made by
r, who presid-
ed and who told of the life history
of th R i:'!,: s- -M
i. who stressed the fad thai
despite his wealth and
ings, Ban n Rothschild remained a
Ifast traditional Jew; by Rabbi
Max Shapiro, who laid emphasis
on his work in Palestine, and by
Kahl.i David I. Rosenbloom, who
urged him as an example of m-
,. life, and of the interest'
Jews should take in the welfare t
their peopl. The services were
concluded with the chanting of the
memorial prayer by Cantor
Schlachman. A goodly sum was
collected for the Keren Kayemes
;l,| will be forwarded in memory
of Baron Rothschild.
Justice I.ouis I). Brandeis of the
United States Supreme Court cel-
78th birthday at his
Washington home last Tuesday.
He was the recipient of congrat-
ulatory telegrams from all parts
of the world, including a telegram
from American Jewish leaders
ng him to live on to con-
tinue his work for humanity, Is-
rael and Palestine.
Justice Brandeis was horn in
Ky., November 13,
Hi ai prominent
The world-wide campaign of en-
lightenment intended to resist the
domination of the Nazi regime 'n
Germany is fully described from all
angles in a book of 150 pages is-
sued by the Non-Sectarian Anti-
Nazi League to Champion Human
Rights, 729 Seventh ave., New
York, of which Mr. Samuel Unter-
mycr is president. Mayor l'iorello
II. LaGuardia, Hon. James W
Gerard, Col. Theodore Roosevelt,
Judge Arthur S. Tompkins, Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver are among the
vice-presidents. The publication,
which is called "Nazis Against the
i World," is made up of public ad-
ays, articles and let-
ters by leaders of public opinion
!in this and other lands and differ-
ent races and creeds are repre-
sented in the contents of the book.
Included are also utterances of em-
inent statesmen who have, among
others, condemned the persecutions
of the Jewish and other minorities
in Germany, including the forces
of organized labor, progressives,
leaders of the church, etc.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Services tonight begin at 8:15
o'clock. Tin public is welcome.
Dr. Kaplan will speak on Judge
I.ouis D. Brandeis, whose 78th
birthday occurred this week.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Will Be Built
War aw Every Jewish male
1,1,1 born in Warsaw during the
nth will be named Bcnya-
Hebrew name of Baron
Rothschild, in honor i I"
feat philanthropist, it was an-
"ounced by the Warsaw Jewish
Meet Next Week
The meeting of Beth David SU-
terh....... which will be held in the
form of a luncheon for the mem-
bra of the board of dimtors and
,,. officer, t tho Talmud Torah
lHaIli win he held on Wednesdaj
X .ember 21st, with Me-
,.. Harti and Harry OH-
the board meeting genera meet-
tag of the membership wUl be held
at 2 p. mJn the Talmud Torah. A
. progr.m will be presented follow-
In- the business meeting.
in the New Haven Railroad con-
.: 1906. Iii 1911 he pub-
i shed "Other People's Money,"
sounding a warning of forthcom-
ing financial depression He was
appointed by the late President
; to the United States Su-
inenie Court in January, 1916, but
was ii"i confirmed until the fol-
lowing June by the senate. Since
that time he has become famous
for the opinions written by him
and has been termed one of the
i justices and liberals that
evi i at on the highest court of
th< land. In June, 1915, he deliv-
ered an address, "The Jewish
Problem How to Sole,' It," which
has been reprinted a number of
times, recently this year by Jo-
s. ph 11. Saslaw of Cleveland.
Justice Brandeis first took pai I
n Jewish affairs in December,
1910, though he had been a mem-
ber of charity organizations prior
to that time. On August 30, 191 i.
;,, Wa el ted chairman of the
Zionist Provisional Emergency
Committee, and has been high in
I councils since that time.
An important meeting of th?
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held al the vestry rooms of the
synagogue next Tuesday evening,
November 20, al 8 o'clock. A'l
members are urged to attend, a-
plans for the social hall and T-i.-
mud Torah of the congregation will
Plans for the erection of a social
hall and Talmud Torah for the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion are being prepared and will
be submitted to the hoard of gov-
ernors at Its meeting next week,
following which bids will he asked
for the building. It is hoped tj
start building immediately follow-
ing Chanuka, and that the building
vill be completed by the first of
Friday evening services begin
at 5:30 o'clock. Saturday morning
services begin at '.' 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
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Rabbi Shapiro will preach at the
late services, beginning at 8:15
p. m., on "Present Day Monopoly
of GodIs That the Basis for
Prejudice and Persecution?" Can-
tor Nathan Wroobel, assisted *>y
the choir, will crant the services.
Saturday morning services begin
at 8:30 with the Junior Congrega-
tion meeting at 10:80, when Junior
Cantor Irving (Jin-burg will chant
and Junior Rabbi Peritz Schein-
berg will lireach.
Y. M. H. A. Ball
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
:tll 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
Rpbbi Rosenbloom preaching a
sermon in Yiddish on the portion
of the week. Shalosh Saudah will
be observed 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. m.
To Meet Monday
All members and friends of the
' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau are urged to at-
tend the meeting of the organiza-
tion which will be held on next
Monday, November 19th, beginning
at 2 p. m. at the Marks store. A
in will be presented, folloW-
hich a social hour will be
More than five hundred guests
attended the third annual ball of
the Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion at the Miami Beach Golf and
Country Club last week. In charge
of arrangements was a committee
headed liy Miiny Orossman, who
Was assisted by the officers of the
organization, including Al Rosen-
feld, president; Nat Blumberg,
treasurer, and other members of
the board Of directors. During the
evening many notables who attend-
ed were presented and introduced.
Active in the work (luring the eve-
ning was Cantor Boris Schlachman.
As a result of this dance it
peded that more than one thou-
sand dollars will be realized tut
the building fund of the organiza-
Will Be Held
Plans for the annual banquet of
the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
tery Association, to be held at Both
David Hall on Tes Vov Kislayv,
Wednesday evening. November 21.
are being completed by the com-
mittee of arrangements, headed by
Mr. II. M. Drevich. Representa-
tives of Congregation Beth Davi '.
Congregation Beth Jacob, the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, the Sisterhoods of the con-
gations, and the Chevra K.i-
disha connected with the ceme
lery V r.ion will be guests of
honor. A number of promine it
speakers will address the gathering
in addition to a program of en-
tertainment which will be pro-
THB JEWISH FLOKIDLUf
Friday, November 16, iy34
,bbbbbbJB V died last Monday morning at the schild. Mrs. Sol Rotfort, past
P^^^ ^^ Victoria Hospital. Mrs. Jacobs, president of Junior lladassah, read
who was ninety years of age, was a report of the national conven-
The formal installation ceremi a long time resident of Atlanta, tion, and announced that she and
nies for the Board of Governors of where her husband was actively Mrs. Moses Krieger have organ
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- engaged In communal work until ized a Junior lladassah chapter at
gregation was held at the Young their arrival in Miami about four West Palm Beach. Mrs. Morris
Men's Hebrew Association club- year- ago. She was well known Plant gave a resume of the report
rooms last Sunday night. In charge for her many acts of kindno-s of Mrs. Rose L. Haipern, past na-
of arrangements was a committee and charity to strangers and the tional president.
consisting of Messrs. H- M. Dre-
vich, Max Mintzer and Max Rap-
needy. She leaves surviving hi: .
her husband, Mr. A. Jacobs, three
paport. During the evening ad- sons, Eiyman S. and Joseph of At- chapter.
dresses were made by Max Rappa-
port, chairman of the board; Mil-
ton Wcincr, retiring president, who
installed the officers; Mrs. Philip
Berkowitz, vice-president of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the congrega-
-Mr.-. S. I). Solon of St. Paul,
Minn., brought greetings from her
lanta, and Edward of New York, The next sewing meeting will be
three daughters, Mrs. William i held November 20 at the home of
i lein of Miami. Mrs. II. I.ubel of Mrs. Julia Simpson.
Mobile and Mrs. A. Kessler of '
A. lanta. and a number of grand- As We go to press a meeting of
children and great-grandchildren, the Hebrew Friendly Inn to deter
tion, and other members and guests Her daughter-in-law was national mine the future of the organiza-
attending, including Mr. Hyman S. president of Senior lladassah for tion i being held at the Beth Da
Jacobs, prominent communal work- a number of yean. Services un- vid Talmud Torah Hall. Full de-
er of Atlanta, Ga and vice-presi- ,1, r the auspices of the Miami Jew- tails will appear in our next issue,
dent of the Seventh District of Ish Orthodox Congregation woe
B'nai B'rith. The principal ad- held at the Ahem Funeral Home Next Thursday morning the
dress of the evening was given by Mondaj night, at which Rabbi .Miami Beach Kosher Market at 329
Rabbi Julius Washer, who sounded Julius Washer officiated. Cantor C dlins ave., Miami Beach will
a call for the gathering of forces Boris Schlachman chanted the "Kol open its doors for the seventh con-
to erect a Talmud Torah in the Molay Rachamim." Following the secutive season. The .More has
coming year. Mr. A. Bramson gavi rvices the body was shipped to been enlarged and completely ren-
number of i ate solos and Mr. Atlanta, when- interment was ovated, a new storeroom has been
Phil B witz. retiring trca made Wednesday in the family built and eery arrangement pro-
urer, led in the singing of folk plot. Rabbi Epstein officiated at vided for the convenience of tie
songs. A beautiful gift of silver the funeral services, which were customer. The grocery and deli-1
retiring pres- ittended by a large number of the catessen department is under new
idem. Mr. Milton Weiner, by the resident.-. management this year, with the
en. Mrs. Ida Optner, scholarship
chairman, announced the council
scholarship had been awarded Miss
Mrs Alfred Stone was appointed
recording secretary. Mrs. Morris
Alpert, chairman of the child study
class, announced the first meeting
at her home at 10 a. m. yesterday.
Mrs. Morris, chairman of the book
review group, announced a meet-
ing at 10 a. m. November 22, at
her home. Following the chapter
meeting the public speaking class
met with an attendance of 20. Next
class mi-eting will be at 2 p. m.
todaj with Mrs. Morris Dubler.
NeXl council meeting is scheduled
for November 28.
lloiiciing her sister. Mrs. Al
Nadler, who formerly was Mis-
Col,lye Miller, Miss Sylvia Miller
entertained with a luncheon anil
bridge party recently at tin Sere
nade. The table was centered with
pink and blue flowers flanked by
pink tapers. Place cards were in
Dr. Max Pepper announces that
he lias recently enlarged his of-
fices in the Seybold bldg., and has
Installed complete modern .
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. M
have as their house guest her moth-
er, Mrs. B- Polskin of Plainfield,
N. .1., who will remain hi re for
the winter season.
ion. Mr. .1 I.. Shochet
ever popular .lack Wucher in
' harge. Mr. Wucher, who has been
Plan- tin- institution of a
Jewish ural forum will be dis-
led by local rabbis at a meet-
T w i n Sweaters Take
To Rabbits' Hair Skirts
I fnbutton the < lard gat
and a broad .-tnpi
flares brightly cm the
slip-on a w e a t e r be
ll" you'd have
i st kind of
skirt, choose a -oft
wool called flecked rab-
nts' hair. Navy or
Senior Hadassah met last Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. C. Ber- a resident of this area for a fang
1 in. Miami Beach. A board meet- number of year- and connected
ing preceded the regular Bession w'lM "umber of the prominent
.; al hour followed. Mrs. food -tore.-, has provided an unex-
ing to be held al Temple Israel to- Max Dobrin, president, assisted the celled line of everything in food-
day, hostess. and delicatessen, and a complete
Mrs Sam KatZ was elected rep- iStock of dairy foods. Rev. S. (lilt -
Mrs Rosa Jacobs, wife of Mr. resentative to attend memorial man, the well known shoched, who
A. Jacobs of Atlanta and Miami, service: tor Baron Edmond Roth-(has been here for the past seven
years, is in complete charge of
the poultry department. Guttma-
has served as shoched in t.io
Greater Miami area since his ar-
rival here and has bet n active 'ii
Miami Beach communal affairs. He
personally supervise and be
responsible for the poultry depart-
ment, Only the finest of strictly
koshei Western beef, lamb and
veal will be handled in the meat de-
partment, which is managed by
Max N'ussbaum, well known .....at
purveyor of New York and Miami
Head., and which department will
be subject to inspi ction by th
general public at all times for
quality and kashrus Louis Hendel,
tin veteran fruit and vegetable
man. who has established a repu-
tation for fine fruits and vege-
tables, will be in charge of and
operate the fruit and vegetable de-
partment. A- a special inducement
to become acquainted the manage-
ment of the combined departments
of the market are offering a two-
pound broiler free for every ten
dollars' worth of purchases made
at the store. All that is required
is the return of the sales slips.
This will be continued during the
entire season. A complete deliv-
ery -ystem is provided for the
belli fit of the customers.
A minstrel show will be given
in February by the Miami Chapter,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
Arfnlt. HrChlldrss lit
'iui Of fie. Opens 1:13 P. If.
Sunday-Monday, Nov. 1 k-1 >
Joan Crawford1'ranchot 'lone
At a special meeting of the
board of directors of (h,.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation and its Ladies'
Auxiliary, held on Wednes-
day, November 14, the fol-
lowing resolutions w c r e
Whereas, it has pleased Al-
might) God to remove from
our midst Mrs. Rosa Jacobs,
the wife of our esteemed and
devoted member, Mr. Abraui
Be It Resolved, that the
profound sympathy of the
Congregation and Auxiliary
be, and it is hereby expressed
to Mr. Jacobs and the familj
of the- deceased, and that a
copj of these resolutions be
sent to the family of the de-
ceased and published in the
Chairman of the Hoard.
MRS. J. L. SHOCHET,
President Ladies' Auxiliary.
A TORGSIN ORDER
will enable your relatives in the U.S.S.R. to buy
heavy clothing, shoes, underwear, foodstuffs,
household utensils, tobaccos and countless other
domestic or imported articles. These gilts will be
doubly valued with the oncoming of the long
Prices compare favorably u itb
those in America
cimbai oiK>tse..T*TiE u,iA For Torgiin orders
t AMT0RG. 261 Filth Ave N.Y. sec your local bank or authorized agent
A. LUSTGARTEN, M. D.
Announces the Removal to His
1527 Washington Ave.
For Varjcty in Bread
Use NEW YORK PRODUCTS
And Support of
E. H. Griffith
Will Re Greatly
(Paid PolMeal Adv.)
November 16, 1934
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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P. i). iin. j;i
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J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
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CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHM
.,,,1 eH matUr Julj 4. 80 it I
undi r th.- Act ol M
I woman's auxiliary of Tom
pie Rodoph Sholom will sponsor a
cripi dance Sunday night, begin-
ning at 8 o'clock at the Moulin
Rouge. All membera and friends
Sense and Non-Sense
HIST PALM BEACH
i. i ntutive
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
MRS M II. KISLEK
Repri' enn tivj
WEST FLORIDA 151 SINESS AGEN1
S. <;. AROSON
4209 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla.
SI I1S( KII'TIOS
Vol. 7No. 16
Friday, November IB, 1934
Anti-Semitism on Trial
The criminal libel proceedings instituted al Berne by
i' Jews against the leaders of Ihe Swiss Nazis and the
editor ol their official organ for having published articles
u|ihodmi> the authenticity of the "Protocols of the Elders
hi Zion,' will inevitably have a far-reaching salutary effect.
Although the court has granted the defense a 30-day
pos ,i i mcnl to afford it more time to present evidence of
the lnth of the "Protocols." developments thus far have
conclusively demonstrated the apocryphal nature of the doc-
limcnl which has served as the textbook of every anti-Se-
I mill experts, government officials, scholars and a dis-
l-'ngui hed array til other Jewish and non-Jewish witnesses
have already ripped to shreds the "Protocols" and shown
thai they were concocted by secret agents of Ihe (zarist re-
gime nn the basis of deliberate plagiarisms of an essay writ-
ten i. a trench lawyer sixtj years ago as a satirical attack
n Hi. dictatorship of Napo.eon Ml.
Not one piece of evidence has been presented by Ihe dc-
reiuu to substantiate the charges made against Jewry on the
Ih of the forged "Protocols." Evidence adduced during
Ihe trial has revealed the lengths to which anti-Semites have
gone in stir up the masses against Ihe Jews. From thai point
<>f view the Berne proceedings have been of great impor-
Uuici. \\ hile the Swiss .lews are suing only the Swiss Nazis,
he actual defendant is anti-Semitism itself.
Although there is no doubt as to the outcome ol the ac-
tion ii would be too much to hope thai the exposure of Ihe
"Protocols" as shameless forgeries will eliminate them as a
cause nl anti-Semitism. Hut those responsible for the suit
against the Swiss Nazis have done Jewry a tremendously
valuable service; for the proceedings of the trial, widely re-
ported in the press of the world, will most certainly have an
extremely useful educational effect
Dictators Club held its sec-
innual dinner Thursday night
al the Hillsboro Hotel, with Mr.
and Mrs. H. .1. Kinman. Rabbi
Adolph Burger and Rabbi and Mis.
; Zielonka as guests of hon-
or. Immediately after the dinner
"pen house was held by the cluli
at the Y. M. II. A.. Nebraska and
Concluding a round of pre-nup-
tial parties for Miss liernicc Wo I',
whose marriage to Stanley Harris
of Jacksonville took place last
night, tWO hostesses entertained
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Caroline Wolf, mother of
the bride-elect, gave a buffet sup-
per for members of the wedding
party and out-of-town guests la-I
night at her home alter the re-
near al for the wedding.
Mrs, Abe Maas entertained at
incheon yesterday at the Tavern.
WomanWhy do you come to
the front door?
Tramp- Well, mum, de chances
ol gettin' hit wid a mop or a flat
iron at a front door is almost neg-
The inventor of the metal rolling
curtain for I'ullman berths la su-
ing the I'ullman company for in-
fringement of patent. Whoever
invented the name "George" for a
porter has generously allowed its
I'ri e use for the benefit of all hu-
It is easy to size up football
teams, except for these reasons:
That some strong teams appear
strong and some weak teams ap-
pear weak, but some weak teams
appear strong when their oppo-
nent- are weaker-
Only God can make a tree, and
the revised opinion of administra-
tion experts is that in that west-
ern drouth area even He would
have a mighty tough job of it.
Plot, Plot, Who's Got the Plot?
(ihe American Hebrew. New York)
Over at Berne in Switzerland a lawsuit brought by Jw"
* aders came into court to prove to Ihe world thai Ihe
Jl' are nut plotting to dominate the planet as set lortn in
lh o (I hoax, the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion
The trial at Berne may once and for all lay low Unapt-
calumny that Jewry is seeking world conquest and that
Protocols" prove it Due to Ihe Nazis, this forgery,
v|> <" has been repeatedly exposed, has been reprinted by the
i" more than a dozen languages and circulated toBUrop
Pa "," and prejudice against the Jews and their fabulous
: lot." i'oor Jews! That they should be depicted as desir-
1 lo dominate all the rest of the earth! Scorned and h. r-
r< driven from pillar to post, subjected i\dl^r,ml"',,'"3
I ignominy even in the more enlightened ands ckpr;id
" the very rights of life and security under the 4*"""
ech-these scattered mortals, fifteen miUions aUtoM,
less than three-quarters of one per cent of MtdvUtoea
/P at on of the worldthese, proclaim the Protocols, arc
Wotting, plotting, plotting to preempt the Pli,ne- ..:..
its die a slow death. The false concoction of imbecil
'*'- emlodled in that absurd booklet, foisted b) fwjUcism
""Itr the high-sounding title. "Protocols of the Hn(
Son," has been repeatedly denounced by writers jilJW
as a perverted fabrication originally appearing *"
Miss Celia Moses, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Moses, and Ray
Schneider, son of Mr and Mrs. H.
Schneider of Jacksonville, were
married Sunday at the borne of
tin bride Rabbi Adolph Burgr
R idoph Sholom Temple offi-
Miss Sybil Grosoff and Mannie
Begal, both of Jacksonville, we.v
the only attendants.
\". i ii stay of a week in Tampa
and visit* to nearby towns, the
couple will go to Jacksonville to
Mrs. Schneider was born in Jack-
sonville, but spent most of her
life in Tampa, where she attended
Mr. Schneider was born in A
lantic City. He has been a resi-
dent of Jacksonville for l"> years
and attended schools there. He i.-
A -tone tomahawk baa disap-
peared from the hand of a Haver-
hill (Mass.) statue. Look here for
all breaking development- on dis-
A Muskegon woman who brought
suit against her fourth husband
for non-support could not remem-
ber the name of her first husband
A methodical woman, of course, al-
wav- writes them down.
Another negative vote: "How's
the persimmon and paw paw crop?
Well, if the truth is to be torn
from us, we'll say it. 'As terrible
The Nazis' headquarters is ta
have a concrete roof eight feet
thick, which will make it only a
little harder for criticism to pen-
The centenary of the gas heater
was celebrated recently in London.
The discovery of hot water in a
I'ullman faucet came, of course, at
a much later date.
A Boston psychiatrist says that
many crazy persons are superior
bridge playera. We're no good,
May the devil cut the toes of
all our foes, that we may know
them by their limping.
Miss Sarah Hecht was elected Mrs. Dave Rothblatt and Mrs. A.
president of the newly organized S Kleinfeld were hostesses, was a
Junior Council of Jewish Women huge bucci bs, both socially and fi-
at a meeting at Rodoph Sholom nancially.
Temple. Other officers are Miss
Mollie Bergman, Miss Ethel Gold-
stein, Miss Clarice Steinberg, Miss
Ruth Salsbury and Miss Sarah
Wohn Committee chairmen are:
Social Bervice, Miss Henrietta Wa-
terman; publicity, Miss Florence
Abramovitz; membership, Misss
Barbara Sechbacb; religion. Miss
Ethel llaimovitz; education, Miss
Helen Aronovitz; program, Miss
Mr. A. Sierkese just returned
from the F.ast on a buying trip.
The Gelman family recently re-
turned from the North, after
spending most of the summer at
Asbury Park, N. J.. and other
points of interest.
Installation of officers took
place at the quarterly meeting of
Congregation B'nai Israel last
Wednesday evening, November 7.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld installed the
following officers: Mr. H. M. Ja-
cobs, president; Mr. J. Fuchs, vice-
At services this Friday night at
Rodoph Sholom Temple Rabbi
Adolph Burger will speak on
"Bialik, tin- Hebrew Poet," and
nnected in business with Shell Mr. M. G. Rosenberg, president of
Petroleum corporation. the Tampa Zionist Organisation, pregident. Harry Herman, treas-
will speak on the life ot "Bialik. urer and M Benjamini secretary.
Tampa -eel ion of the National Trustees: Dave Rothblatt, Mr.
Council of Jewish Women met living Peckett, son of Mr. and A Sil,,.k(,sl.i Mr Kd Goldman, Mr.
Wednesday afternoon at the Cm- Mrs. Herman Beckett, will be Bar g Fyvolent and Mr Frank Rabin.
vesitv Of Tampa. A meeting of Mt/.vah next Saturday morning al UUi. (m. weting everyone par-
i i ..l_ DL.U. '.'.,,1..
lAC board was held at 2 o'clock. Rodoph Sholom Temple.
Mrs. Joseph Wohl read a report of
the recent New York Herald Trib-
une conference on the subject "
took of refreshments.
The Merry Fellows Club is mail-
ing invitations for its third annual
Thanksgiving eve dance, which wi'.l
'Israel's Perpetual Dream" is
he given at Davis Islands Country the topic of Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's
Club. Reservations are being re- sermon this Friday evening at
eeived by Fred 1'oller and may be
Rabbi William II. Rosenblatt
will preach at the services in Tem-
ple Beth El tonight at 8 o'clock
on "The Tragic Fear of Assimila-
tion." Mr. Walter Otto is in charge
of the musical program.
given to any member of the clu
Members of the committee in
charge are Julius Silverman, Os-
cai V< rkauf, Adolph Weil and Dr.
Last Monday the first Lunch-
o clock at Congregation B'nai Is- eon Forum was addressed by Judge
All tour- C. J. Maurer, who spoke on "Cor-
nerstones of Peace." The lunch-
rael, '.'21 Ninth St. No.
ists are invited.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society are sponsoring a Coffee
Klatscb and entertainment on
At services at Rodoph Sholom Thanksgiving night, November 29,
Temple last Friday the Dictators at 6 o'clock. There will also be
Club were guests. Mi Sam Ver- a surprise feature to take place
kaiif recited the Kidiish, Mr. Kr- during the evening.
n,.-I Weber spoke in behalf of the ----------
club and Mr. Milton Bokor spoke The card party held last Sun-
on the Sidrah. The Rodoph Sho- day evening by the Ladies' Auxil-
lom choir sang special music. iary and Aid Society, of which
eon was prepared by the Sister-
hood of Temple Beth El.
rehashed for use by the forces of Czarism, the mad monk.
Nilus. doing that job.
There are no Klders of Zion. There is no Jewish plot to
conquer civilization. On every question of religion, econom-
ics or politics, the Jews are divided in opinion and, on all ma-
jor problems, the factions among them are virtually irrecon-
cilal le. There are rival camps among the Jews, even on the
question of Jewish nationalism and of Jewish restoration in
Palestine. <.et any five Jews together and you will get seven
Last Sunday joint Armistice Day
services, arranged by Rabbi Ros-
enblatt, were held at Williams
Park under the auspices of the
Public Open Air Forum. Rev. L.
A- Gedecke, Congregationalist;
Rev. J. Wallace Hamilton, Com-
munity Church; Dr. George Gil-
meur. Unitarian; Rev. Father J.
F. Enright, Catholic, and Dr. Wil-
liam H. Rosenblatt participated,
in addition to prominent laymen.
A musical program was presented
during the afternoon.
n 1868 and directed against Napoleon
'inn '"s -"----- "it
HI. Pater it was viewpoints.
Rabbi Rosenblatt is chairman if
"he membership drive being con-
ducted by Temple Beth El, which
is meeting with success.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 16, 1934
RaMo ^ynagmi IBuIIcthi
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTKI
Founder and Dirrt.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 19X1
"What Price War?"
Scripture Reading. Judges, Chapter XVI, Verses 28-30, Inclusive
When, in blind fury and unreasoning rage, a man seeks to destroy
an enemy and causes his own destruction at the same time, we coi 1-
pare him to Samson, whose dying words were. "Tawmooa nofshi im
plishtim"let my soul die with the Philistines. It appears to me,
from the aftermath of the World War, that those nations cturajrecl in
that destructive venture, were of the frame of mind of Samson. All
evidence points to a rather thorough job of destroying the "souls" of
the participants. If bodies only had been involved, the process of re-
covery and rehabilitation would not be so slow. The tabulated lists
of casualties recorded only the dead and maimed bodies. The scarred
BOUls, the scared minds, the blighted ideals, the frustrated hopes and
aspirations, and the withered principles were not computed nor their
record filed in the archives. What were they as things of value to be
Ami, as tin' individuals who make up the nations suffered these
losses of intangible values, the nations were poorer in these very es-
sential virtues. That povertj has retarded recovery more than any
Other factor. The absence of idealism has made itself felt among
those peoples who floundered in a depression directly traceable to the
war which ended Hi years ago today. Because we emerged from the
war all body and no spirit, we became a dead weight. We were lack-
ing in that buoyancy which is supplied by high ideals and noble as-
pirations. We were in want of the lifting power, the inner urge to
1 -e. which is thi' leaven present in the souls of men and women
that force which draws us upward towards high ideals. We paid too
great a price for the war.
Even in a material way. the cost of the World War assumes a
Staggt ring figure. I ran across some startling facts recently. Today,
Armistice Day, mark- another anniversary of the end of the most
disastrou and costly war ever wagedthe most disastrous because
of us consequences upon human lives, morals and happinessthe most
costly because of the enormous waste of material resources involved.
[n calculating the cosl of war we are apt to separate these two ele-
ments -the sacrifice id' human welfare and wealthbut the two are
matcly related and interdependent. The fact cannot be better il-
lustrated than by these startling figures.
Aside from the staggering loss of thirty million lives, the World
'Am. all told, is estimated to have cost 400 billion dollars. It is not easy
i'oi nosl of US to comprehend such a vast sum, but we know '"it's a lot
of money." Translated into terms of happiness and well-beingwhich
ail of us can understand what does 400 billion dollars represent?
With that sum every family in the United States. Canada. Australia,
England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France, Belgium, Germany and
Russia could be provided with five acres of land worth $100 an acre,
on it a house costing $2,500, and 1,000 worth of furnishings for it.
Every city of 20,1100 inhabitants or over, in each of these countries,
iould be given a five-million dollar library and a ten-million-dollar
The remainder would be sufficient to Bet aside a sum which, at
five per cent, would provide a salary of $l,i..... a year for an army of
125,000 teachers, and an equal salary for another army of 125,000
trained nurses. That is what four years of modern warfare cost the
worldin terms of physical things essential to civilized social life,
happiness and progress. Of the World War we may say what Scripture
said of Samson's last act, "So the dead which he slew at his death were
more than they which he slew in his life" What price war?
Viewing the World War in the light of subsequent events, and
with the calm and dispassionate deliberation which is possible after a
lapse of 16 years, we find another situation analogous to our Scripture
reading. We read, in Judges XVI:23, "Then the lords of the Philis-
tines gathered them together for to offer a great sacrifice unto Dagon
their God, and to rejoice; for they said, Our God hath delivered Sam-
son our enemy into our hand." Some commentators claim that Dagon
signifies a fish, from the Hebrew word Dag, which means "fish." But,
I prefer to take the entire word Dagon, which in Hebrew means "corn,"
symbolizing the very staff of life, the essential food of the race. Thus
the triumph of the Philistines was a purely materialistic one, an eco-
So we find, from the aftermath of the war in all the lands of the
participants, that there was little or no theoretic principle of honor
involved; that the causes of the war were, in the main, economic and
materialistic. There is no denying that, once nations < ngaged in com-
bat, principles of honor were violated. It would be difficult, in fair-
ness and honesty, to designate the greater and lesser culprits in that
direction. All was declared fair in war. Exaggerated reports of
atrocities by the enemy were not necessary. The atrocity of the war
itself was sufficient to horrify and to chill the blood1 of man.
It is high time that we took stock of ourselves, that we under-
took to profit by the mistakes of the past. Someone has said that
"if it is treason to talk peace in time of war, it should be treason to
talk war in time of peace." I cannot go quite that far. Though I
should very much like to see a movement to end all wars, jind tho
possibility of war, and that can come only through a change in the
nature of man, I am honest enough in my estimate of man as he is,
and of nations as they are, to realize that just as your business com-
petitor makes dishonest efforts to harm you, just so are nations lurk-
ing to rob and cheat each other. I have seen men smile each to the
other'.- face, and exchange pleasantries, and yet plot to ruin each other.
Just so are diplomats employing stratagem, false flattery and lies to
mislead their competitors for world trade, while their spies seek to '
discovei weaknesses in defense and their paid propagandists dissemi- '
, natc malicious and destructive and disruptive lies to bring ruin to
I mother nation
But, though we need adequate defenses, and though we should bo
' prepared in case of attack, it doe- not follow that we should go about
I will the proverbial "(hip on the shoulder" courting a fight. In the
words of Shakespeare. "Oh, it is excellent to have a giant's strength;
but tyrranous to use it like a giant." That was demonstrated by Sam-
j son. "I.et my soul die with the Philistines." he prayed. It did. So,
loo, did the world kill its soul in the World War.
No! the soul is deathless! It does not die! It cannot be killed!
So, as the scars of battle have healed. I hi' BOUl of man has returned
to its pristine gloiy. Ideals, ambitions, aspirations, noble goals again
n ."lect the divine in man. We are rising, emerging from the depths,
somewhat chastened, a purer, if somewhal -adder, race. It is good
to hive before us the memory of tin World War and its cost. I know
of no better deterrent, no more effective pivvontative against anothci
i such venture, than the history of tin last one. As long a- that wound
1- kept fresh in our memories we are not likely to expose ourselves to
j more such punishment. May Armistice Day be our shield.
The Jacksonville Conference of
Jews and Christians was organized
11I a meeting here of representa-
tive Protestant, Catholic and Jew-
ish clergy and laymen. Rabbi Is-
rael I.. Kaplan of Congregation
Ahavath Chesed has been elected
The conference will work close-
ly with the National Conference of
Jews and Christians for the pro
motion of justice, amity and un-
derstanding among Protestants,
Catholic- ami .lews. Included in
its forthcoming projects are: or-
ganization of a three-faith team
to address the local high school;,
arranging for it luncheon under the
auspices of a number of civic clubs,
the program of wh ch will bl
broadcast over the local municipal
radio stations, and arranging for
meeting.- to be addressed by min-
ister- and rabbis
Among those who have accepted
membership in the conference are:
Father James .1. Median. Rev. Al-
bert C, Holt, Rev. Albert .1. Kiss-
ling. Rev. James E. Barbee, Mrs.
Israel I.. Kaplan, Francis I*. Flem-
1 ing, Scott M. I.,,ft Merrill ('.
Brown, Cyril Marx. Mrs, Matilda
Fleming O'Donald, Joel Richard,
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forthe last three years, arrived bridge to be sponsored by I
-Miami lasl week. She received ,r.,;.....:,. ,
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[ Jewish communal circles, having don Arms Hotel. Following the
,., the active workers for DUSine n [al hour was
eFriend p League some yean sl11'1"-
., the esidenl of the Young
h;../. H< Association for two Milton Weiss of Miami l;
activi figure in the work st"dent of the Univei ty of Miami,
h social set of Miami wno waa recentlj elected pre
Beach, one of the organizers and "'' ,ll(' l;iw studenl univer-
the Junior Chamber M1-v- waa elected Chief of tin Iron
i of Miami Beach, as Arrow, one of thi prominei
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the Tivoli Theater, starting Sun-
day, marking the film dbut of
the blonde young actress from So-
Samuel Goldwyn brought her to
Hollywood a year ago last May
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reparing her for her first
Lionel At will, Richard Bennett,
rise and fall of a lady of the boule-
vards and the music halls of the
gas-lit Paris of 1870, suggested by
Zola's famous novel and freely-
adapted to the screen by Willard
Mack and Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
Dorothy Arzner directed the pic
ture and Richard Rodgers and Lor-
enz Hart wrote the song "That's
Love," which Miss Sten sings in
the title role of this United Art-
Mr. Louis Kraft f \'ew York
C'ty r and
in-law, Mr. and Mi
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rmer Veeda Wolf. Rabbi S.
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Bi Milah next Tui lay,
j-ell a '''- participated in
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a the | veral y. ars.
Mr. Gn man, who is a deputy
led Columbia and
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Mr.-. Jack Hirsch is a patient at
. Hospital, where she
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Mrs. I I.. Seligman is a patient
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* Rabbi and .Mis. Lazarus Axelrod I
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Anna Sten in "Nana"
Mae Clark, Phillips Holmes and
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Friday, November 1C, 1934
West Palm Beach
Young Judea, recently organised,
held a meeting last Wednesday
night, at which an interesting ad-
dress was delivered by Rabbi I. W.
Muskat, the sponsor of the organi-
zation. Following the business
session a social hour followed. At
the next meeting of the organiza-
tion addresses on Jewish life in
Palestine will be given by members
of the organization including Al-
berl Greenblatt, Jerry Gold, Ted
Finger and Miriam Friedman-
Regular P'nday niht services
are held at Beth FA every week
at B:16 p. m. with a sermon by
Rabbi I. W. Muskat on an inter-
esting topic The public is invited
Every Friday evening Dr. Carl
V Herman preaches a sermon at
Temple Beth Israel. Music is pro-
vided by th. Temple Quartet. The
public is invited to attend.
S Yin AGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning
on "Youth Complains." There also
will he prayer-, scripture reading
and a question box.
Mrs. Laser Klepper, Mrs. Harry
.Gendzier, Mrs. H. Silverstein, Mrs.
JaCkSOnVllle NeWSiSam Davis, Mrs. I. Witter,, Mrs.
M. Rubin. Mrs. David Davis, Mrs.
A. S. Goffin, Mrs. Harry Finkel-
stein, Mrs. A. Safer, Mrs- N. H.
Shorstein, Mis. I. Safer and Da-
The Temple Sisterhood held a
very interesting peace meeting at
the Temple Home November 6th.
at which appropriate addresses and
music were presented. Following
the program delicious refreshments
KEY WEST STUDENT
WINS HIGHEST HONOR
Last Wednesday afternoon the
Daughters of Israel met at the
Jewish Center for its regular meet-
ing ar.d listened to an address on
"School Problems," by Miss Mar-
garet C Weed, chairman of the
1'uval County Hoard of Kducation.
Mrs. M. 1. Margolis, program
chairman, was in charge of the
program and the interesting meet-
ing that was held.
Senior Hadassah held its second
annual dance last Wednesday night
at the Windsor Hotel. Dr. Aaron
Oberdorfer was master of cere-
monies. (>n the program were
dances, vocal solos, presented
through the courtesy of Haas
School nf Dancing, and the Gary
Ford Studio. Proceeds of the dance
will be used towards the hospital-
ization work of Hadassah In Pal-
estine. Mrs. N'eal Finkelstein was
Assisting Mrs. Finkelstein in the
dance were Mrs. Ben Stein, pres-
ident of the local chapter and co-
chairman, and Mrs. Barney Hirsch-
berg, Mr-. .1. Strauss, Mrs. II.
Katz, Mrs, I.. Bucholtz, Mrs. M.
Baker, .Mr-. W. Silverman, Mrs-
Sam Wei Mrs. Harry Gcrbcrt,
Raymonu unnorn, son of Mr.
an.I Mrs. A. Kinhorn of this city,
has been awarded the scholarship
medallion by the Alpha Kappa Psi
Fraternity at the Florida L'niver-
Mty. Young Kinhorn maintained
the highest scholastic average of
any student of the university for
the last three year-, his average
being 2.941, one of the best rec-
ords ever established for a three-
year period in the history of the
Q. What is the B'nai BVith?
A. B'nai B'rith i- the oldest
I organization, except syna-
in the United States. It
iz( d in New York nine-
tj one yi ars ago bj ;> mall group
..I' .I. w- who sought to advance
heir 1 ulture, render mutual as-
- of need, a'
move all differences among them,
mainly dm to their varioui na-
tional origins. That group has
developed into an international
organisationfor B'nai B'rith now
functions in twenty-nine countries.
Tin order believes that in culti-
vating the highest and the best
there Is in its members and in
American Jewry in general, it is
advancing Hie quality of their cit-
izen; hip. It holds that the better
the Jew. the better the citizen.
P. nai B'rith in fulfillment of the
opening phrase of the preamble
lo it- constitution "has taken upon
itself the mission of uniting Is-
raelites in the work of promoting
their highest interests and those
of the subject of temperance re
form and prohibition. The na
tional bodies of many ProtesUm
itmmunions have passed resolu
lions or made pronoun,-,.m,ntj
upon such moral issues and have
sent them to those responsible for
making or administering the law
Tho BibliophileI just bought u
splendid "House of Seven Gables."
His WifeNever mind the num.
ber of gables. How many closets?
Q. I),, Protestant- ravor church
participation in politics?
A. No Protestant would favor
in. participation of the church in
politic- in the sense of identify-
ing itself with a particular party,
or taking sides in partisan qucs-
tions. Most Protestant churches
exprcs their views on strictly
moral questions which are polit-
ical issues such as the control of
vice, the improvement of the
movies, the promotion of peace,
and kindred questions, and do not
hesitate to -end such statements
. f principle- t<, their r< prescnta-
ii Congress or in Btate leg-
lat ui e 1 and to public 1 : ficials.
; e are 80
munions, how. ver, wh 1I1 1
I;- refrain from making pronounce-
ments upon any Bubject which
ma to them to have a political
bearing, believing that such a
in e would be an infringement
of the principle of the separation
'f church and state.
This ha- been conspicuously true
fthawi I IS ..w < pM
2e till :_Eeninf Kt
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York Ref. Sales
1315 N. E. 2nd Ave.
OPEN TILL :< P. M.
For the Finest In r.read
Try NEW YORK RYE
Gala Opening for the 7th Consecutive Season
THURSDAY, NOV. 22nd
A 2-POUND BROILER FREE
Save Your Sales Slips. When You Get $10.00 Worth You Get the Broiler. This Offer Good the Entire Season
GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN
A complete line of the finest in plain and fancy gro-
ceries, the famous STRICTLY KOSHER HEBREW
NATIONAL Delicatessen and Meat Products, every-
thing in dairy foods, and the FLORIDA DAIRIES
PRODUCTS, smoked fish, domestic and imported ap-
petizers, and everything in bread and cake.
The finest of strictly kosher fancy Western Beef, Veal
and Lamb to delight the housewife and satisfy the
UNDER RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
Management of Max Nusshaum
The finest of strictly Kosher Fresh Killed Poultry, allowing the choice of Pullets, Fryers, Broilers,
Hens, Ducks and Turkeys at low prices.
_______Under the direction of the well known REV. S. GUTTMAN
IhVi life ThC choicest Frui,s aml Vegetables, fresh daily from the groves and gardens. A complete assortment
-- tMRVO to enable the housewife to make her choice with ease.
_______________________UjKlcrJhc management of the well known LOUIS HENDEL __________
Miami Beach Kosher Market
329 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Free Delivery Phone 5.2026
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