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The Jewish Floridian ( September 20, 1935 )

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wJewist riondlian % com bini ng THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1935 Price Five Cents wish News Around the World J. Tariff Favors to Germany Knd October 15 Two Hours From German Border By KM 11. I.UDWIG Memorial Meeting Synagogs Plan To Honor Rabbi Holy Day Services ihington (WNS)—After Oc1.") imports from Germany 11 placed in a special catc.: to higher tariff rates charged on the imports countries enjoying most-faj-nation benefits, the state deBienl has informed the Germbassy. The effect of this ompel German exporters iy the full tariff rates on sovhundred articles on which issiona as high as 50 per cent blade to countries with whom IUnited States has reciprocal kments. The reason for this nst Germany is her perkiil and flagrant discrimination |i. • American imports. The ;. goes into effect simulously with the expiration of i I German-American commercial ly which was denounced by the |h last year. When the treasdepartment starts collecting tariff duties on all German I;: imports from the Reich will Paced at a tremendous competlisadvantage in all cases kv similar imports from other I ire admitted at less than %  tariff rates. pshiva College in Danger of Closing ew York (WNS)—The Rabbi |c Ek-hanan Yeshiva, the oldest >ii'>x rabbinical seminary in ferica and a division of the Yel:< College, is in danger of closUts doors unless the synagogues America come to its rescue. A ling to this effect was sounded )r. Bernard Revel, president of [institution, in an appeal to all and Jews to contribjfunds to the Yeshiva during the It Ji wish High Holidays. It t tood that many of the [1 1 in the rabbinical seminary not been paid for several Ith-. prnor Hoffman Wins AngloJewish Press Award W Girt, N. J. (WNS)—The Prican Good Will Plaque, voted gaily by the editors of the Anpjewish publications affiliated the Seven Arts Feature Syn|t>to the American Christian as most outstanding during Ipast Jewish year in furthering [r-religtous amity, will be [rded on Sunday afternoon, Seper 22nd, to Harold G. Hoff% governor of the state of New ley. The plaque will be preM to Governor Hoffman at summer executive mansion in alf of the editors of Anglo-Jew|publications by Joseph Brainin, r of the Seven Arts Feature licate, and Bernard Postal, paging editor of the syndicate. distinguished committee of Biinent Catholics, Jews and Itestants will attend the cere|y. It is midnight as I write these lines to give expression to deep emotion. I write as a Jew, a Swiss citizen and a European. Before and below me I see a circle of interesting heads which I mentally compare with scenes of the Nuremberg party gathering. Venerable President Sokolow, whose addresses shift from any one of four languages to another without the slightest hesitation, lure sits between two genuinely humanistic figures, the thinker and the fighter, the scholar and the man of the people sit at his right and his left, as in an allegorical picj ture. The first of these I know j well, for it is just twenty years; since Ruppin explained the principles of Zionism to me at Stamboul; his utter silence and calm features contrast strikingly with the beautiful triangular head of Ben Gurion, who looks for all the world like a religious zealot. This nation which, while not unmixed, has remained purer through the centuries than any other people in Europe, is represented in the brilliantly illuminated hall by some hundreds of heads, the variety and amazing range of expression of which should suffice to put a stop to anti-Semitism from the physiognomic—which is the traditional —point of view. Most amazing of all is the fact that this drama is being played at a distance of just two hours from the German border. Two hours from the border the Swiss government, in the splendid address of its representative, Walther, pays homage to the spirit of the darklyfiery man whose face looks at us from the background. The cordiality of the Swiss Catholic speaker wins over all his audience and perhaps has won over an entire nation when he says: "The people of Switzerland, who fought so long for their freedom, honor and aid the struggle of every other nation for its freedom." As one who has lived in Switzerland for almost a generation and who has been a Swiss citizen for a number of years, I feel a deep joy in the tempestuous applause with which this greatest representative assembly of Jews expresses its thanks to the spokesman of Switzerland. The spiritual awakening of the past two years, and the tremendous development of Palestine in this period, fills us with a feeling of ironic gratitude to Germany and makes us realize that the only permanent result of that racial madness will be the renewed growth of the Jewish homeland. Here, in the heart of Europe, a great drama is taking place. In the summer of 1935, under the protection of the freedom of the smallest and oldest republic, congregate the exiles, the objects of hatred or ill will, and the city and all its buildings, the lake shore and the fountains glow with thousands of electric lights that shine in their honor. Outside, surrounded by hundreds of Swiss citizens, Honoring the memory of the late Rabbi Abraham Kook, for many years chief rabbi of Palestine, local Jewry are urged to attend a memorial meeting at Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, Sunday evening, September 22nd, beginning at 8 o'clock. The memorial will be under the auspices of the local rabbinate. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David will preside. Addresses will be delivered by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom and Rabbi Julius Washer. Local cantors who will participate are Cantor Boris Schlachman of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, who will chant the Memorial prayer; Cantor Nathan Wroobel of Beth David, and Cantor Maurice Mamches of Beth Jacob Congregation. No charges of any kind will he made. David Brown to Head 'ORT" Drive New York (WNS)—Revolutionizing Jewish public opinion in this rountry on the problems confronting world Jewry, David A. Brown, internationally known philanthropHigh Holy day services at the local synagogues will begin Friday night, September 27th, when rabbis and cantors will unite to make the holy days both impressive and enjoyable. At the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Rabbi Washer will conduct the services with Cantor Boris Schlachman and a choir chanting Maariv and Musaf, and Louis Jacobskind chanting the Shachris. At Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the services with Cantor Nathan Wroobel and a choir chanting the Maariv and Musaf, and Louis Weinkle (banting the Shachris. Children's services will be conducted by Junior Rabin Peretz Scheinberg and Junior Cantor Irving Ginsburg in the Talmud Torah. At Temple Israel Rabbi Dr. Ja1 cob II. Kaplan will conduct the 1 services Friday evening and Saturday with a special course of sermons being inaugurated. At Beth Jacob Congregation Rabbi Rosenbloom will conduct the services and Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the Maariv and Musaf and Rev. S. Gutman will chant the Shachris. At services of the Radio Synagog in the London Arms Hotel, Miami Beach, Rabbi S. M. Machtei will conduct the services and Cantor Louis Hay man will chant the -Maariv and .Musaf. with Mr. I. A. Padore of Chicago chanting the Shachris. ic leader, who has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for relief purposes, will attempt to direct the interest of American Jewry toward the plight of the Jews in Eastern Europe by accepting the national chairmanship of American OKI's $500,000 campaign for constructive relief among European Jewry. Announcement of Mr. Brown's acceptance of the chairmanship coincided with his departure for Europe on a tour of inspection of ORT trade schools and farm colonies. Mr. Brown will visit Poland, Roumania, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia and France in the course of his tour of ORT's 101 trade schools, 103 agricultural colonies and 28 colony trade schools in those countries. The European trip of Mr. Brown is the first step in the newly launched ORT campaign. Jewish boys and girls dance in an illuminated square at this midnight hour. They dance and sing—two hours away lies the land where their people are an object of sneers, Land Redemption Pushed Forward Thirty-one new agricultural settlements were founded on Jewish National Fund land in Palestine during the past two years, since the Hitler regime came into power and since immigration into Palestine rose to unprecedented heights. To extend the frontiers of Eretz Israel through the acquisition of new land areas as national property, Jews throughout the world have been asked to contribute a sum of §5,000,000. Italy's Sympathy With Revisionist Rome (WNS)—The official Italian press agency, Oriente, commenting on the Revisionist congress in Vienna, declares that the "New Zionist Organization has the full sympathy of Fascists because Jabotinsky is a nationalist, has a military organization under him and aims to destroy left wing labor movement." The agency also says that Jabotinsky will be able to come to an understanding with Arabs sooner than the World Zionist Organization because the Arabs are also nationalists and they will understand Jabotinsky better than they do the Jewish Agency. Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere By I'll INK AS J. B1RON This and Thai A plan to create a new national Jewish youth movement in this country has been abandoned The sponsors of the idea got cold feel when they saw to what purposes youth movements abroad have been put by the European dictators The first monument to a Jew In New England is due to lie dedicated in Maine on September 22nd by the Jewish War Veterans in memory of one of the Jewish heroes of the late unpleasantness across the pond You'd never know it, but both Albert Einstein and Dr. Hans Luther, the German ambassador, are disciples of Prof. Franz Oppenheimer, world famous German Jewish economist and scientist, who is coming here September 27th Oppenheimcr's ideas on land economics wc re the basis of a new party in Holland Some of his theories are also being applied in Palestine, where his son works for the agricultural experiment station ... In Germany Oppenheimer still has an enormous following and some of the Nazi economic dogmas were taken from his bunks But that didn't save him from the Aryan law Ben Cohen, New Deal brain truster, thinks he has a double That's the only explanation he can offer for an invitation extended to him to join the violently anti-New Deal American Liberty League Incidentally, Cohen, who used to be secretary of Judge Julian W. Mack, is credited with having had a hand in writing the Palestine Mandate That Mr. VY. J. Cameron, who recently told a convention of Ford dealers that the Roosevelt program "is just a break-up Ford campaign" is the same gentleman who edited Ford's Dearborn Independent when that sheet was the American equivalent of Dcr Stuermer. but far away, across the sea, their ancient new home awaits them. lid-ltils Judge Jeremiah Muhom y. A. A. U. prexy, believes that the gentlemen of the American Olympic committee who are pooh-poohing the move tu keep the United Stateout of the Olympics are motivated only by a desire for a free trip to Germany next summer The next time one of those Nazi apologists says that all the fuss about boycotting the Berlin Olympics liecause of discrimination against Jewish athletes is needless since Jews never amounted to anything in Olympics don't be surprised to read a statement listing the names of Jews who took part and scored points in every Olympic meet since 1896 Wonder why none of the papers thought it important to mention Helens Mayer's denial of the report that she has been asked to be a member of the German Olympic team And, by the way, who is the fellow Jimmy Powers who said in a column syndicated by the Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndi ate that "New York, (Continued on Page 5) % 



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% %  % %  Page Two THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, September; The Young Woman's Hebrew Association was organized last week under the direction of Boris Schlaehman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A. at the clubhouse. Temporary officers were chosen including: Miss Beatrice J. Silver, president; Miss Nell Lehrman, secretary; Miss Sylvia Greenfield, treasurer. Charter members include: Miss Leoi K :", Miss Becky Xa-h, Miss Josephine Kolman, Miss Bea: Miss Lillian Falk, Mi Ethel Lipowsky, Miss Kuth Drevich, Misa Charlotte Fur man, him I!-.--. Miss Ruth I %  M Bi '..• S< i'.-}. Miss Lou G ilden, Mrs. Morris Apte, Mrs. .lack Apte, Mrs. Molly Apte, •I. Shenkman, Mrs. Celie G. R Mrs. Bertha Sootin, .Mrs. Celia Krect, Mrs. M. Kaler, Mrs. C. Kaler, Mrs. F. S. Glazer, Mrs. Ray Marks. V • Mrs. J. S. Field left Saturday %  • %  hern trip, she will visit her son, Stanton Field, in New York and also will visit relatives in I irst, L. I. Later she will Trenton, N. J. She plans to be away a month. • • • Mr-. L. 0. Kerkow of Cleveland, :a house guest of Dr. and Mrs. M. •'. Safra, Miami Beach. • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Druokerman returned last week by boat from a i visit in Fleischmann, N. V., and in th 'kill mounThey also spent a week in New York City. • • Mrs. B.n Druckerman and children, Irene and Edward, arrived la.-t week to join Mr. I>ruck rman The Portnoff family has been having a reunion in Miami Beach all summer. Prof. Leo Portnoff, teacher of violin at the Miami Beach School of Music, with his two sons, Wassilly Portnoff, violinist, and Mascha Portnoff. piani i.t, and Marguerite Portnoff, who is Mrs. Mischa Portnoff, gave two recitals while here. The two sons and their wives left Friday for 1 their home in Brooklyn, N. Y., where they have studios and do extensi i l and concertizing. Both are composers. • • Dr. and Mrs. Max Dobrin and {fhter, Miss Celia Dobrin, returned last week from a vacation trip I %  Cleveland and other north• • • • Jack Bernstein and his daughter, ;.!. Vnita Bernstein, have returned to their home after a month's visit to Washington, D. C, an I Pittsburgh. • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy at the Victoria Hospital last Sunday. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will officiate at the Bris Milah Sunday, September 22. • • • Religion of Temple Israel opens Sunday morning. tember 22nd, for registration at 10 "'cluck. The session will last just one hour. All children who have last year's textl ks ami wish to sell them, bring them this Sunday morning. Dr, Kaplan will conduct Class !_'. to which a!! members of the 'egation an' cordially invited. The subject will he "What We Jews Believe." Nathan Aronovitz, son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, will be Bar Mitzva at services tonight at Temple Israel. Nathan will read the portion of the Torah, recite the blessings and deliver an address in English. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate. Following the services the parents of the Bar .Mitzva will be hosts to the worshipers at a reception in Kaplan Hall. All friends are asked to attend. No cards will be issued. Dr. Aronovitz is a pioneer Jewish physician of Miami and Mrs. Aronovitz haa been active in the Jewish communal life of Miami. • • Phil Romer, popular Miami i: a ; i butcher, left for New York City to spend several weeks in New York, lie was accompanied by Mr. Jacob Werner. l %  matched kitchen linens It's possible to give your kitchen a certain air of well being by matching your linens (no extra expense). Towels listed are pure linn. Dish Towels 5 for 1.00 Roller Towels each 69c Dish Cloths 6 for 50c Dish Toweling 5 yds. 1.00 for bath Shower Curtains 1.98 Hath Towels 5 for 1.00 SECOND ri.OOR Ceremonial Accessories Jewish Section—Fourth Floor A regular meeting of Junior Hadassah will be held Monday evening. September 23rd, beginning at 8 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Hurry Grossman, 800 Collins ave., Miami Beach. A cultural program is being planned, following which refreshments will be served. • • • Announcement was made this week of the purchase of the Miami Beach Kosher Market at 327 Colinave. by Mr. Joseph Reisman, .no of the pioneer kosher butchers of Miami Beach. Mr. Reisman took %  ion this week and is now open for business, having moved from his former location. A formal opening will be held later in tae season. • • .Miss Ma Engler, daughter of Mr. ami Mis. Jake Engler, pioneer tits of this city, and a popular member of the local younger ..wi-h set, is a patient at the Jackson .Memorial Hospital, where -he underwent an appendectomy last Saturday. • • Mrs. Louis Pallott left Saturday r a brief visit to relatives and friends in New York City. • • • Mr. Morton Fagan returned to the city this week, and Mrs. Fagan aiul daughter, Sunshine, will return some time today. The Palatial Kosher Restaurant will reopen for business today. • A regular meeting of the Loyalty Club, auxiliary of Kmunah Chapter, '). Y.. S., was held last night I at the home of Mrs. William Friedman. Following the business %  meeting a icial hour was enjoyed. Mr. and Mis. Joseph I. Traeger are being congratulated on the birth of a baby son at the Victoria Hospital last Tuesday. The Bris will bo held next Tuesday at. the hospital. • • • Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer arc now located at their new home, 1136 S. W. Fifth st. • Mrs. Sydney Norman Rosenstock and daughter, Harriet, are vi-it! ing relatives in New York and I Philadelphia. Mrs. A. Pepper and Mrs v Pepper will be joint hostes^ a bridge for the benefit of the T ally Club of Emunah (W. Tuesday evening, September I at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. Pepper, 1274 S. W. Sixth st. ?, will be awarded for high s and refreshments will be Serv The public is invited. • • Services, Friday evening, J pie Israel, Miami's Reform 0 gregation, 137 N. E. Ni net(fl st., at 8:15 o'clock. The tf| of Dr. Kaplan's sermon wi "Who Belongs to Israel." • • The Holiday Seating Comnra for Temple Israel will mee t," E. Flagler st., between the of in and 4, beginning September 23rd. and terminr Friday. September 27th. AllmJ hers and those who wish accom dations for the Holy Da; see this committee. • The marriage of Misa [\J Damarus Weintraub of Coral G bles to Henry A. Edgar of Mai City took place August Mexico City. The bride is a graduate of: University of Miami and has L_ attended New York and COIUM universities. Fur several sums, she has taken special courses the University of Mexico. Shei a member of the faculty of a I'onee de Leon High .-chool. Mr. Edgar is a graduate of: University of Mexico. He also J tended the University of Penis vania and is president i Sightseeing Tours of -Mexico Caj Mr. and Mrs. Edgar arrived] .Miami Saturday and will rr:ii here until spring, when they i return to Mexico City to maketi home. • A meeting of the Junior Coin of Jewish Women will be Tuesday evening. September S beginning at 8 o'clock, at the i cazar Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Ilynian N. I* and children return' i to the." after having spent the summer the North, where Mrs. Levy ope ates Camp Wohelo lor Girls. Let Us Solve Your New Year's Greeting Card Problem! Your personal Greeting Card in the Jewish I'loridian's New Year's Edition, which will reach every Jewish home Fridav, September 27th, will do the trick. LETS FIGURE THIS A MINUTE WITH YOU How many of your friends and relatives did you forg'' ilh NEW YEAR'S (ireetings last year? How much time did you have to spend in selecting suilabl' cards—in addressing and mailing them? You can save all I his trouble, all this worry and the not inconsiderable expense by inserting a personal New Years '•reet.ngs in the Hosh Hashonah Kdition of The i< !" Florldian. Roh Hashonah begins Friday evening, Sept. 27th. a"j ur issue carrying New Year Greetings will appear thai morning. Send or phone your greetings immediately.



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^aH jYiday. September 20, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three tUewisti FloridIan News Tower Bldg rujKiDA-s OKLI fCWHM wkttLT PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box till Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5304 (21 S. W. 16th Avenue EDITORIAL OFFICES: Phone 2-1 HI J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative I Entered ui Moond claaa matter July 4. 130. at the Post Offic. at Miami. Florida, under the Act of March I. 187. ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative WEST PALM/BEACH S. SCHUTZER Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Months One Year 11.00 .12.00 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1933 Vol. 8—No. 38 STATEWIDE NEWS Jacksonville News Religious services are held at 8 o'clock Friday night in the Jewish Temple, Laura and Ashley sts., at which Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan will preach. A meeting of the religious school teachers was held Monday night, preparatory to the opening of school on Sunday. September 22. The New Year will begin on September 27 and all those who desire to secure seats for the holy days are urged to communicate with the rabbi or board members. West Palm Beach Ernest Gold, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold of Palm Beach, left for Auburn, Ala., to enter his first year in the Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Who's Who Some of our contemporary editors of Anglo-Jewish publications throughout the country will this week carry as editorials a syndicated praise and enthusiastic comment of the Jewish "Who's Who," the Biographical Encyclopedia of American Jews. The last volume appeared about seven years ago and, though many of our friends lamented its non-appearance, we are sincere in our belief that under the methods used, perhaps it would have been best if the issue of seven years ago had been the last to appear. A perusal of the volume then convinced the average man that it was not achievement, service, education or value to the community that meant inclusion in what should be a rather selective publication. About a year ago we were in receipt of a questionnaire urging us to recommend names for this volume we thought so little of it then that we ignored the communication. We do not desire to comment on the requisites for inclusion in this volume, for one reading it and becoming acquainted throujgh research into the value of it, if true to the principles of his own people, will soon disregard it as an authoritative book. We only hope that the non-Jew will not use this "Who's Who" as the criterion for judging the mass of the Jewish people nor the sum total of its achievements. Mrs. Rudy Moss recently returned from an extended visit with friends and relatives in Akron and Cleveland, Ohio, and with her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. M. Zimmerman, in Toronto, Canada. While in Toronto Mrs. Moss attended the Canadian National Exhibition. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levinc and sons, Neil and Harry, Jr., who for the past several years have lived in Jacksonville, are returning to the Beach to reside. LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By I.Ol'IS PEKARSKY Does Hitler Know? Marta Eggerth, Hungarian opera, concert and cinema star, now under contract to Universal Pictun.-, i s contemplating a trip to Berlin in December to sing in five operas. We wonder if little Adolf Hitler knows about it. Marta is the only child of a German father and a Hungarian mother. She was born in Budapest, Hungary, September 17, 1914. Despite rumors, Miss Eggerth— Marta Eggerth is her correct name is neither married nor engaged. Her interests and talents cover a broad field. She carries a trunk full of dolls with her at all times. "by, we don't know. You guess. She is an excellent housekeeper and, boys, she likes to cook, beHve it or not. She drives a fast motor car, plays the piano and has written four film manuscripts and several waltz songs. She can Pound the typewriter like an expert stenographer, even likes to darn sock and knit and crochet. Marta also dances the folk dances f six nations, plays tennis and rides a horse well. She is five f eet three inches tall and weighs 105 pounds. Quite a lot of talent for such a little girl—No? Three Jewish Musketeers Three musketeers of the motion picture industry are ffoseph M. Schenck, Darryl F. Zanuck and William Goetz. Zanuck is the new president of twentieth CenturyFox Film Corporation and draws a salary of $260,000 a year plus traveling expenses. Schenck, executive head of production in the new corporation, is under contract for $130,000 per year plus expenses. Goetz is an associate producer. Manned by this visionary, ambitious trio, Twentieth Century —recently merged with Fox—skyrocketed to film fame, both in production output and financial gain, in the short space of two years. Back in the gay '90s Schenck, then a young stripling who clerked in a drug store on New York's Bowery, saw a shadow film. He became so inspired that he quit his job and eventually found another with the theatre. Later he came to Hollywood. Still later, figuratively speaking, his name went up in lights over the cinema world. In 1933 he set out for himself with the baby film company of Hollywood known as Twentieth (Continued on Page 5) The Daughters of Israel opened the rummage sale season with a sale this week-end, and it is announced by Mrs. Joseph Hackel, president, that many second hand clothes for children are in great demand. All who have clothes that they can donate are urged to do so. Bundles may be delivered at the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Those who wish to have bundles called for are asked to telephone either the Center or Mrs. H. Hammerman. Mrs. Hackel emphasizes the great need for clothing for school age children. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine and family of Jacksonville are at Neptune Beach for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lovitz announce the birth of a son on September 7 in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Lovitz was formerly Miss Freda Rubinstein of Chipley. Friends of Norman Weinberger will regret to learn that he recently had an operation for appendicitis in St. Vinoent's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Marks, who were married recently, are enjoying a visit in New Yrok City. The executive board of the La(Continued on Page 4) Orlando Notes Mrs. Solon Klepper left Saturday for New York on a three weeks' buying trip for Klepper's. While there she will visit relatives. Misses Irene and Maxine Braverman left for Florida State College at Tallahassee. Mr. Hyman Roth is in New York on a buying trip. Orlando Lodge No. 1043, B'nai B'rith, will hold its next semimonthly meeting Tuesday, Septem(Continued on Page 4) Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aaron of Pahokee returned from a two months' business and vacation trip to New York. Accompanying the Aarons on their return trip by automobile were Mrs. A. Hershkorn of Flamingo Drive and Mrs. H. Blicher of Miami, who made a stopover in this city to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blicher, before returning to her home in Miami. Tampa Notes Quite a large audience was present at the Orthodox Synagog, Knesseth Israel, last Sunday night when a Poroches, Mentele, Chupah and Shofar were presented to the synagogue. Addresses were made by prominent citizens and a very enjoyable evening was had. Refreshments were served following the ceremonials. Mrs. Dave Katz and her two young daughters returned to their home here from an all summer's vacation in New York and the mountains. Mrs. Leo J. Rader of Belle Glade was a local visitor here last Thursday afternoon. After spending about six weeks in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip, Mr. Lou Halpern returned to the city last week. A benefit card party of Beth El Sisterhood was held last Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Glasser, 135 Greenwood Drive. Lovely prizes were awarded for high scores at each table and refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Glasser, after the games. The Wednesday afternoon card party of Beth El Sisterhood was held at the home of Mrs. A. Levin, 226 Ponce de Leon ave. The party was very much enjoyed by all attending. Miss Rose Goodmark returned from an all summer's vacation in New York and Asbury Park. Sisterhood Beth Israel's benefit card party was held last Sunday night at the Schwartzberg Hall on Broward ave. High score favors were awarded and delicious refreshments were served after the games. The card party was well attended and enjoyed by all participating. St. Petersburg Friday evening services of B'nai Israel Cong, begin at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning services at 9. Sunday school classes meet Sunday at 10 a. m. and Hebrew classes daily at 4 p. m. The Judaic Council held its first meeting of the season and is planning an extensive social and cultural program for the season. Mr. Sam Shapiro, local merchant, was married to Mrs. Rifkin of Cleveland, Ohio, Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelman, prominent members of B'nai Israel, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah, to Mr. Charles Weinberg of Asbury Park, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuchs and son returned from their vacation in the (Continued on Page 4) Cong. Rodoph Sholem seating committee urges that all desiring to make reservations for the High Holy days apply to Mr. Simon Essrig, 808 Franklin st.; Mr. Isidor Wohl, 16th st. and 6th ave.; Mr. David Stein, 1619 7th ave., or to Rabbi Burger at 311H E. Palm ave. Services at Cong. Rodoph Sholem for the High Holy days will have the senior choir, directed by the rabbi, on chanting the services. The members of the choir are Sam Verkauf, Roy Jenkins, Sam Abramowitz, Milton Bokor, Sol. Gutterman, Florence Abramowitz, Becky Buchman, Esther Jenkins, Toby Katz, Grace Dayan, Dena Peckett, Helen Aronowitz, Victoria Poller and Pearl Buchman. Members of the junior choir will sing during the regular services. The annual ceremony of visiting the graves of departed relatives will again be observed by members of Rodoph Sholem Congregation at its cemetery Sunday, September 22nd, from 10 a. m. to 12 m., when Rabbi Burger will recite the prayers for the dead. Regular High Holiday services at Cong. Schaarei Zedek will begin Friday evening, September 27th, at 8 o'clock, with Rabbi Zielonka conducting the services and preaching the sermon. Cantor Berele of Miami will chant the services during the High Holy days at Cong. Knesses Israel. Y. M. H. A. NOTES Sunday night there will be rehearsals for "Night Life in Chicago," which will be presented shortly. Monday night the usual bowling, pool, handball, ping pong, chess and checker games will be enjoyed. Tuesday evening meetings of the A. Z. A. and the Merry Fellows Club will take place. Wednesday night the women's gym class will meet, as will the (Continued on Page 4) Key West Notes Raymond Einhorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Einhorn of this city, who graduated with highest scholastic honors at the University of Florida last year, left for Urbana, 111., where he will study for his master's degree at the University of Illinois, where he won a scholarship. Mr. David Aronovitz, pioneer merchant of this city, who is seriously ill here, is recovering slowly. Last Sunday two sons, Dr. Samuel Aronovitz and Abe Aronovitz, city solicitor of Miami, were visitors, and another son, Morris, also of Miami, is now visiting here.



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Page Four Jtabio Ujmago^ Action EdiWd by KABBI S. U. MACHTEI Pi an4ar and Director. Radio Smum o< Aaria SUNDAY MiiENINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA SERMON DELIVERED ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1">. 193."> "Nothing Is Hidden" Scripture Reading, Malachi, Chapter III. Verses 13-18, Inclusive With thi the Hijrh Holy Days, even the must lax of .ant .lewturn? his mind to thoughts of the spirit of tho Impending Day of Judgment. Those who sin—and I use the word "sin" advisedly and in the il sense of any and all violations of law and ( pr< • tion those who sin, and not in the religious sense and com done, arc able to lull their consciences ire and ease b; noring passively or by actively convii ii • if thej can escape detection, there will be no day of reckonii In the vernacular, it is only a matter of "getting away with So I come now ite of ti anquility with the tatement thai For the benefit of those who wish to rule ul ation, the God of so many, an anthropomorphic deity, I -hall translate a very wise, a very profound and n ally true expression common in Yiddish. The oft-repeated phrase is "Heaven and earth have sworn that there shall be no The rabbis of old have taught the same l< ss >n in their own inimitable manner. We find the ethical teachings quoting such warnings a "' -Melthree things, that thou mayest not come within the power of sin. Know what is above thee—a seeing eye. a hearing ear, and all thy deeds written in a book." "Consider three things, and thou wilt in %  t connwithin the power of sin; know whence thou earnest, and wh ther thou '„ and before whom thou wilt in the future have to give an account and reckoning. Whence thou earnest; from n fetid drop; whit!-., r thou art going: to a place of dust, worms and maggot : and before whom thou wilt in the future have to give an account and reckon ng: before the Supreme King of Kings, the Ii : %  One, blessed be He." It is obvious that a consideration of these last will keep one from sin. If man thinks >>f whence he comes, he is rendered humble; if he reflects upon whither he is going, he prizes worldly things lightly; and if he considers Him before whom he must an ai :ount, he % %  : %  G id's laws. Throughout the ritual on the Si Year the worshiper is reminded of the faci that God rded, that man's | ithi only eviden i considered :i"g his fate. Listen to this excerpt from the prayerbook, ""Thou rememberest what -was wrought from eternity and art mindful of all that hath been formed from ef old: before The,, all s rets are rev< : ind the multitude of hidden things Iron nning; foi there is no forgetfulness before the throne of Thy glory, nor is there ought hidden from Thine Eyes." You doubt that this is possible. Some of my audience may be -hocked at the bold] i an utterance B it, I am not blind to the fact that many who mention the name of God—yes, and many who pose api the synag le and irch, active workers in the field of and religious organizations, have not the faintble. I shall go further and say that the) actually have at it can be. Why, then, do they continue in active leadership in congregational work'.' That's a simple one to answer. Merely primarily, it is the fine and the noble and the expect for them to do; for them, who pose as upstanding eitizi nmunity; and. secondly, because, unable to think for themselves, and too cowardly to question openly, they follow in the •heir predecessors, mouthing phrases which are meaningless to them ami shamming -hock and dismay when another, a braver soul, irage t.. question and to seek an understanding. If nun and w eved that "nothing is hidden," they might be more thoughtful befoi To be more "careful" would ivail. You've heard the admonition, "If you can't be good, arefu ," In this regai I, int arc and caution will succeed in ki ing any act a Let u> study the situation. You have met people in whose presence you feel that your very thoughts arc not your own. Somehow, you have the feeling that they can read your thoughts, can anticipate you n words. You mothers and father-, how many times ha e you used that something was wrong with your sun or daughter, men ly by watching the way the child walked into the hou e, the look of guilt which they could not conceal'.' You wives, how often have you bee that your husbands had some problems on their minds, even though they entered the house with a cheery greeting? What ithere in this phenomenon that reveal.-, that lifts the veil from that which one seeks to hide? Have yi u ever asked your.-elf that question, or have you taken things for granted ? lb:. inswer. When you are in an unusually receptive mood, or when the radiations emanating from the actor or sinner are exceptionally Strong you become aware of them. They force themselves upon you and make their presence known. One might as well try to hide the odor of garlic. Unless youi smell is faulty, you will readily detect thescent. Now, to go from the ridiculous to the suboncede that human beings may learn things without being told in so many word-, is it expecting too much from you to acknowledge the power of the Creator to know things without being [ them through physical senses? Hut, j i many of the .-in-, of the acts, are of long standing. Why, even I, who committed the sins, have forgotten them. Since I am not, a • %  them, -nice I do not think of them objectively, I do not radiate the thoughts of them. That's very true, but, a., become a part of youj are emblazoned on your soul for (ioei to see. And. on the ither hand, since then' is no forgetfulness before' God, theancient act Ly you is ever in His presence. I have no intention iphysics with you nor do I wish te> attempt an explanation of theforces by which God rules the Universe, My object, at ur own reason admit the probability of judgment to your act realizing that "nothing is hidden." If you will admit that to yourself, then there is good cause to hope that your futureactions will not be those which you will seek to hide. THE JEWISH FI O RID1AN S. Samuels and family spent Sunday in St. Petersburg, where they visited Mr. S. Samuel-, who is under medical care, but is much improved now. Orlando Notes iContinued from Page •") ber i'1th, in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. Refreshment will in served. Mr. Ben Cohen, fruit buyer from Philadelphia, has returned to Orlando for thewinter. Mr. Norman Caber of Atlantic City is now in Orlando representorthern citi us distributors. The formal opening of the Louis MiM E|ainc K epper |eft for Tal shop attracted county-wide atten,„ a t ,. n(1 | .., ii| (la Sl;iU in.n. Thousands ol people visited rjollejre thenew store-, which oneof theoutstanding ladies' ready-to-wear Batons in the South. The many friendof Louis liaum. proprietor, wish him continued success. Mr. S, Siegel and daughter anon a buying trip in New York. Martin Segal returned from a state tour and will leave for the ,-ity of Florida at Gainesville. A meeting of Congregation Ohev Sholem was held In the vestrj roomof thesynagogue last Sunday night. Final arrangements were made for the High Holidays. Thereligious committee consists of I. Friedman, M. Levine and M. nstein. Mr. Hen Salomon is in charge' of Beats during theHigh Holidays. Thecommittee in charge keta consists of H. Kanner !.. S. Frankel. II. Kanner, resident, presided at the meeting ii isence of B. J. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Kottleman of Sanford spent Sunday in Orlando. Joe Wittenstein, Joel Baker and Abe Kaminoff will have for the University of Florida during the week-end. merly prominent as a Poale-Zion leader and later as a journalist, editor and author. Miss Judith Wilensky, daughter 0 f |)i. and Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, who was graduated in June from Andrew Jackson High school, has ,1 the Florida State College for Women. TinDaughters of Israel held their first board meeting of the season Wednesday afternoon in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. The board met a week earlier than the constitutional time in order to formulate plans for the high holidays, whhh fall on the if the month. Reports on the year book were made by Mrs. Nathan Shorstein, chairman of this year's edition. Serving as co-chairmen are Mrs. I. Schneider, Mrs. Fskin, Miss Ethel Joel and Mrs. J. Hackel. Tampa Notes (Continued from Page :t) Camera Club. Thursday night the Boy Scouts and Pinochle Clubs will hold sesMr. Ilyman l.eiberman and daughter, Beatrice, have returned from a buying trip to New York. Jacksonville News (Continued from Page .'{) dies' Ilibrew Sheltering Aid Societj and Home for theAged met la t week in the home of Mrs. A. Heiffenberg in Springfield with Mrs. Soforenko presiding. Ah-. II. Rosensvaig opened the ng with a prayer. Reports of past activities were given. Plans for the future, include a dance, t <> besponsored by the organization. Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner was appointed chairman and Mrs. Aaron Shapiro cochairman. The next executive board meeting will beheld in thehome of Mrs. J. Shapiro in Riverside. At the close of the business meeting cake and punch yere served by thehostess, assisted by he-r mother, Mrs. H. Yoffi The Educational Committee is sponsoring a series of Forums for Monday nights, following the High Holy days. Details will be announccd shortly. The first social event of the season will be the Yum Kippur night rations are now U-ing made. St. Petersburg (Continued from Page.". ( North. Mr. David Rothblatt, prominent communal worker, left for an extensive trip and will attend the American Legion Convention at AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE K. Kenjersky, teacher e.f Workmen's Circle school, spoke at a banquet given in his honor in Cmschoolhouse at 243 \V. Eighth street. Mr. Kenjersky, well known in Yiddish literary circles, was l'orROBBINS ROOFING A SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Arstein, Mrs. Real "Home Hanks" — artistic, all-metal, strongly built miniature houses, in a variety of attractive colors—are being GIVEN AWAY to all opening share-savings accounts with us. Start to build up your own home and financial independence NOW by getting one of these aids to thrift at the offices of 4', Dividend Paid Regularly FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Ground Floor, Congress Building 109 N. E. SECOND AVENUE TELEPHONE 2-6128 Friday, September 20, ||M New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis „£ ft city had as guests for the w^. end Mr. L. M. Goldstein of O/J Palm Beach, Mr. J. Davis of T am pa and Mrs. Hecht and daughter Sarah, eif Tampa. 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Friday. September 20, l'J36 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five The Penitential season ushering in the High Holy days will be observed in local synagogues with Slichoth services Saturday night, September 21st, at 11:30 o'clock. At the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Rabbi Julius Washer will preach a short sermon on "Penitence" prior to the chanting of the Slichos by Cantor Boris Schlachman. At Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly and then Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant the Sliehoi. At Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, Rabbi Rosen1 bloom will speak in Yiddish prior t o the chanting of the Slichos by Canter Maurice Mamches. The public ia urged to attend the services al the various synagogues. The joint dance sponsored by the Senior and Junior Councils of Jewish Women will be held at the >ne Hotel Gardens, Miami Bea Monday night, October 7th, at which a gala entertainment will be provided for the guests and a souvenir program will be distribIti :. • Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Katz will entertain a party of friends at home Sunday evening. September 22nd, in honor of their daughter, Viola's, engagement to Mr. .lulius Mendelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mendelson of this riiy. Guests who will attend are Mr. and Mrs. A. Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mendelson. Mr. and Mr>. M. Kuperberg, Miss Bertha Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Handle, Bernard Katz and Joel Kup* A ial meeting of the f'hesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood will be held next Monday evening, September 23rd, at H o'clock at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall to discuss matmportance in an emergency thai has arisen. All members are urged to attend. Beth David Talmud Torah is continuing registration for pupils and urges parents who are interested to bring their children as soon as possible. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan Will ti nder their annual New Year n for members of Temple Israel at their home, 436 N. E. 29th st., Sunday, September 28th, from li to 7 p. m., which all memhers are urged to attend. Mi Mildred Greenberg, daughter [ Mr. and Mrs. Charles erg of this city will become the bride of Mr. Jose H. Kati of Havana, Cuba, Sunday September 22nd, at 5 Rabbi Max Shapiro will at the ceremony, which Will be held at Beth David SynaMrs. Hannah Spiro Asher Will play the wedding march, Mrs. H. I Feibelman will sing and Walter Grossman will play cello Belei linns. following the ceremony a bridal dinner will be given by the parem. for the immediate family at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant. Miss Greenberg is a graduate of 'he Miami High school and the 1 nivcrsity of Miami, and is an accomplished pianist. Mr. Kates is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kates of Havana, Uba. He was born in Antwerp, Belgium, and received his education in Havana, graduating at Can'"">' College. He is secretary of nited Hebrew Congregation, %  the youngest Rotarian on the Island of Cuba, a member of the American Club, the Havana Jockey Club and the Miramar Yacht Club, of which his father is the founder. He is affiliated with the firm of Adolph Kates & Son of Havana. Friends are invited to the ceremony at Beth David Synagogue and to open house at their home at 1045 N. W. First st. at 8:'30 p. m. The couple will reside at Havana, Cuba. • A miscellaneous shower was given for Miss Mildred Greenberg, bride-elect of Jose H. Kates of Havana, Cuba, at the Beth David Talmud Torah last Monday evening. A musical program was presented by Lewis Eley, violinist, Mrs. Sarah Folwcll, soprano, and Mrs. Evelyn Jones, pianist. Following the musicale, bridge was played. Prizes were won by Miss Rita Gordon, Mrs. J. Greenberg, Mrs. P. Simon, Mrs. E. Gordon, Mrs. Diamond and Mrs. ('. Rosenfeld. A delicious fruit course was served. The hostesses were Miss Betty Greenberg, Mrs. Esther Kaufman and Mrs. Sarah Shenkman. Miss Greenberg was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. lh\m They're calling "Our Little Girl" Shirley Temple's greatest. This Fox Film picture, starting Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre, has been lauded everywhere. SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning cm "The Moving Finger Writes." Cantor Louis Hayman will chant from die New Year prayers. There also will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. It tells the story of a happy family disunited by suspicions, threatened with wreckage, and of a little girl who runs away from her home when she finds all the joy and safeguards gone. Rosemary Ames plays Shirley's mother; Joel McCrea plays her father. "Poodles" Hanneford, world famous clown and circus rider, has an amazing act; he clowns, rides, falls and thrills in the circus sequence, which has everything complete from the wild animals in the big three-ring tent. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (Continued from Page 1) LIGHTS FROM SHADOWLAND (Continued from I'ago 3) Century. Darryl F. Zanuck, once a steel mill riveter, then a press agent for hair tonic, then a story writer, came to Hollywood. Barely five years ago he hiked four miles a day to the Warner Bros, studio, seeking a connection. His persistence won him the job of production manager. One morning in 1988 when Twentieth Century was organized we found Zanuck and his bag of ideas installed on the lot as production head. Then there was William Goetz, more handicapped, perhaps, than helped by being the son-in-law of another film magnate, Louis B. Mayer, who sold his services to Schenck and Zanuck as an associate producer. '•our Little Girl' is a poignant story, tenderly conceived, freighted with heart tugs, yet leaving the audiences, from all reports, strangely happy. Something entirely new in love stories is said to be brought to the j screen by William Powell and Ginger Rogers in "Star of Midnight," starting at the Seventh Avenue Theatre Sunday. Romance in this modern, sophisticated drama follows no charted course. The red-haired Ginger, in the role of a young society beauty, takes the aggressive, and it's hard ; to tell whether Powell is a willing victim or an apprehensive clinger to the standard of bachelorhood. In other words, it's the man in the case who keeps the girl and the audience guessing. A sinister mystery adds the thrills of suspense to romance and subtle comedy. In the supporting cast are such well known players as Ralph Morgan, Paul Kelly, Ix'slicFenton, Vivian Oakland, Gene Loekhart, Russell Hopton and J. Farrell MacDonald. teeming Jewish center, is full of frenzied speeches for an Olympic boycott, but the rest of the country prepares to compete in Berlin History shows boycotts always boomerang on instigators" The new gridiron season may yield another pigskin star with the famous name of Friedman ... A l'JOpounder by that name is slated to be the star fullback of the eleven from Rice University in Houston, Texas Max Baer's kid brother, Buddy, is coming up in the world He's been offered $5,000 to go a couple of rounds with l'rimo Carnera in Hawaii Maybe Buddy can duplicate what the ex-champ did to the Italian behemoth. ONE FOR HIE BOOK A community center in a western city has announced that it will run a "Post-Yom Kippur Dance" which will include a "Sweetheart Contest Feature" and Dr. Asher Isaacs of Pittsburgh remarks upon "the incongruity of fasting and wondering how the dark blu wrap will look with the evening gown." CARBONS—RIBBONS BURTON BRAND World's Best C. BURTON CRAIG CO. 408 Fla. Nafl Bank Bldg. ['hone 2-4238 .Miami, Fla. Denies Marriage Rumors Although Hollywood gossip has it that Sylvia Sidney, film actress, and Bennett (erf, wealthy publisher of New York City, are headed for the altar, she denies that wedding bell will soon be ringing for this dainty star and the New Yorker. Rumorof the engagement of 31 iss Sidney have been current in Hollywood for several weeks. The romance is reported to have h*id its inception at a house party in Connecticut. ^_' i r 111 • r %  1111 %  %  11111 %  (11 %  i %  111 E i 11111 111111111 %  f 1111 %  111 f 11 %  i. 1111111111111 %  111111 %  '-^ | THE CONSCIENTIOUS JEW = Appreciates the l.ict That the Finest in Quality Western Reef E E And the Choicest Poultry E STRICTLY KOSHER At Very Reasonable Prices. Can He Had at I UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. FIFTH ST. | Phone 3-2270 | = Operated by = MR. AND MRS. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, September 20 1 SCENES IN PALESTINE Ah •" in Jewish National Fund drainage one of the new setl rulture. work and in digging a well fur Zebulun, near Haifa, where refuB At All Good Stores Ask fur New \"rU Itrt-nd The Radio Synagog High Holy Day Services Will Bo Hold at LUBER'S LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Will Officiate • When you select the refrigerator for your home, you want to get the most you can for your money. Be sure you do get the most. See the .. j Norge before you buy. Come in. Small Down Payment and Monthly Installments The Well Known NORGE COMPANY OF MIAMI 212 E. Flagler St. Phones 2-5164—2-5165 Buy Your Holiday Poultry at the QUALITY POULTRY MARKET 1832 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2->-6 Rosh Hashono Eve September 27 Yom Kippur October 7 Tabernacles October 12 Hoshana Rabba October 18 Shimini Atzereth October 19 Simchath Torah October 20 Rosh Chodesh Kislev November 8 1st Day Chanukah December 2 R„sh Chodesh Tebeth December 7 Note—Holidays begin in the evening preceding the date designated. Ask for New York Bread At All Good Stores Sun.-Mon., Sept. 22-23 Shirley Temple—I.yle Talbut Joel McCrea—Rosemary Ames OCR LITTLE GIRL • r r Nw7' h A*i f."STPI-ofWHl Sun.-Mon., Sept. 22-23 William Powell—Paul Kelly Ginger Rogers—Leslie Fenton STAR OF MIDNIGHT BETH DAVID HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Cantor Wroobel and Trained Choir Under the Direction of BENJ. MARC1 s T Rabbi Max Shapiro Will Officiate Reservations May Be Made at the Synagogue, N. w. Third Ave. and Second St. all day and every night. See Beth David Junior Judaic Congregation Services PERETZ S< HEINBERG Junior Rabbi IRVING GINSBLRG Junior Cantor OBSERVE THE HOLY DAYS In Surroundings Truly Jewish! The Well Known Cantor Boris Schlachman Will Chant Services at the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG Assisted by a Well Trained Male Choir Rosh Hashono Beginning Evening of September 27th Yom Kippur Beginning Evening of October 6th yj Rabbi Julius Washer Will Preach Throughout the Holidays • ••• MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS AT ONCE! At the Synagogue Every Evening, or at Daunts Kosher Market, 159 N. W. Fifth St.


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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1935
Price Five Cents
wish News
Around the
World
J. Tariff Favors to Germany
Knd October 15
Two Hours From
German Border
By KM 11. I.UDWIG
Memorial Meeting Synagogs Plan
To Honor Rabbi Holy Day Services
ihington (WNS)After Oc-
1.") imports from Germany
11 placed in a special catc-
.: to higher tariff rates !
charged on the imports
countries enjoying most-fa-
j-nation benefits, the state de-
Bienl has informed the Ger-
mbassy. The effect of this
ompel German exporters
iy the full tariff rates on sov-
hundred articles on which
issiona as high as 50 per cent
blade to countries with whom
IUnited States has reciprocal
kments. The reason for this
nst Germany is her per-
kiil and flagrant discrimination
|i. American imports. The
;. goes into effect simul-
ously with the expiration of i
I German-American commercial
ly which was denounced by the
|h last year. When the treas-
department starts collecting
tariff duties on all German
I;: imports from the Reich will
Paced at a tremendous compet-
lisadvantage in all cases
kv similar imports from other
I ire admitted at less than
tariff rates.
pshiva College in Danger of
Closing
ew York (WNS)The Rabbi
|c Ek-hanan Yeshiva, the oldest
>ii'>x rabbinical seminary in
ferica and a division of the Ye-
l:< College, is in danger of clos-
Uts doors unless the synagogues
America come to its rescue. A
ling to this effect was sounded
)r. Bernard Revel, president of
[institution, in an appeal to all
and Jews to contrib-
jfunds to the Yeshiva during the
It Ji wish High Holidays. It
t tood that many of the
[1 1 in the rabbinical seminary
not been paid for several
Ith-.
prnor Hoffman Wins Anglo-
Jewish Press Award
W Girt, N. J. (WNS)The
Prican Good Will Plaque, voted
gaily by the editors of the An-
pjewish publications affiliated
the Seven Arts Feature Syn-
|t>- to the American Christian
as most outstanding during
Ipast Jewish year in furthering
[r-religtous amity, will be
[rded on Sunday afternoon, Sep-
er 22nd, to Harold G. Hoff-
?, governor of the state of New
ley. The plaque will be pre-
M to Governor Hoffman at
summer executive mansion in
alf of the editors of Anglo-Jew-
|publications by Joseph Brainin,
r of the Seven Arts Feature
licate, and Bernard Postal,
paging editor of the syndicate.
distinguished committee of
Biinent Catholics, Jews and
Itestants will attend the cere-
|y.
It is midnight as I write these
lines to give expression to deep
emotion. I write as a Jew, a
Swiss citizen and a European.
Before and below me I see a
circle of interesting heads which
I mentally compare with scenes
of the Nuremberg party gather-
ing. Venerable President Sokolow,
whose addresses shift from any one
of four languages to another with-
out the slightest hesitation, lure
sits between two genuinely human-
istic figures, the thinker and the
fighter, the scholar and the man
of the people sit at his right and
his left, as in an allegorical pic- j
ture. The first of these I know j
well, for it is just twenty years;
since Ruppin explained the prin-
ciples of Zionism to me at Stam-
boul; his utter silence and calm
features contrast strikingly with
the beautiful triangular head of
Ben Gurion, who looks for all the
world like a religious zealot.
This nation which, while not un-
mixed, has remained purer through
the centuries than any other peo-
ple in Europe, is represented in the
brilliantly illuminated hall by some
hundreds of heads, the variety and
amazing range of expression of
which should suffice to put a stop
to anti-Semitism from the phys-
iognomicwhich is the traditional
point of view.
Most amazing of all is the fact
that this drama is being played at
a distance of just two hours from
the German border. Two hours
from the border the Swiss govern-
ment, in the splendid address of
its representative, Walther, pays
homage to the spirit of the darkly-
fiery man whose face looks at us
from the background. The cor-
diality of the Swiss Catholic
speaker wins over all his audience
and perhaps has won over an en-
tire nation when he says: "The
people of Switzerland, who fought
so long for their freedom, honor
and aid the struggle of every other
nation for its freedom." As one
who has lived in Switzerland for
almost a generation and who has
been a Swiss citizen for a number
of years, I feel a deep joy in the
tempestuous applause with which
this greatest representative assem-
bly of Jews expresses its thanks to
the spokesman of Switzerland.
The spiritual awakening of the
past two years, and the tremen-
dous development of Palestine in
this period, fills us with a feeling
of ironic gratitude to Germany and
makes us realize that the only per-
manent result of that racial mad-
ness will be the renewed growth
of the Jewish homeland.
Here, in the heart of Europe, a
great drama is taking place. In
the summer of 1935, under the
protection of the freedom of the
smallest and oldest republic, con-
gregate the exiles, the objects of
hatred or ill will, and the city and
all its buildings, the lake shore
and the fountains glow with thou-
sands of electric lights that shine
in their honor. Outside, surround-
ed by hundreds of Swiss citizens,
Honoring the memory of the late
Rabbi Abraham Kook, for many
years chief rabbi of Palestine, lo-
cal Jewry are urged to attend a
memorial meeting at Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Beach, Sun-
day evening, September 22nd, be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. The memorial
will be under the auspices of the
local rabbinate. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Beth David will preside.
Addresses will be delivered by
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi
David I. Rosenbloom and Rabbi
Julius Washer. Local cantors who
will participate are Cantor Boris
Schlachman of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, who will
chant the Memorial prayer; Can-
tor Nathan Wroobel of Beth David,
and Cantor Maurice Mamches of
Beth Jacob Congregation. No
charges of any kind will he made.
David Brown to
Head 'ORT" Drive
New York (WNS)Revolution-
izing Jewish public opinion in this
rountry on the problems confront-
ing world Jewry, David A. Brown,
internationally known philanthrop-
High Holy day services at the
local synagogues will begin Friday
night, September 27th, when rab-
bis and cantors will unite to make
the holy days both impressive and
enjoyable.
At the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation Rabbi Washer will
conduct the services with Cantor
Boris Schlachman and a choir
chanting Maariv and Musaf, and
Louis Jacobskind chanting the
Shachris.
At Beth David Congregation,
Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the
services with Cantor Nathan Wroo-
bel and a choir chanting the Maa-
riv and Musaf, and Louis Weinkle
(banting the Shachris. Children's
services will be conducted by Jun-
ior Rabin Peretz Scheinberg and
Junior Cantor Irving Ginsburg in
the Talmud Torah.
At Temple Israel Rabbi Dr. Ja-
1 cob II. Kaplan will conduct the
1 services Friday evening and Sat-
urday with a special course of ser-
mons being inaugurated.
At Beth Jacob Congregation
Rabbi Rosenbloom will conduct the
services and Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will chant the Maariv and
Musaf and Rev. S. Gutman will
chant the Shachris.
At services of the Radio Syna-
gog in the London Arms Hotel,
Miami Beach, Rabbi S. M. Machtei
will conduct the services and Can-
tor Louis Hay man will chant the
-Maariv and .Musaf. with Mr. I. A.
Padore of Chicago chanting the
Shachris.
ic leader, who has raised hundreds
of millions of dollars for relief
purposes, will attempt to direct
the interest of American Jewry
toward the plight of the Jews in
Eastern Europe by accepting the
national chairmanship of American
OKI's $500,000 campaign for con-
structive relief among European
Jewry. Announcement of Mr.
Brown's acceptance of the chair-
manship coincided with his depar-
ture for Europe on a tour of in-
spection of ORT trade schools and
farm colonies.
Mr. Brown will visit Poland,
Roumania, Latvia, Lithuania, Rus-
sia and France in the course of his
tour of ORT's 101 trade schools,
103 agricultural colonies and 28
colony trade schools in those coun-
tries. The European trip of Mr.
Brown is the first step in the new-
ly launched ORT campaign.
Jewish boys and girls dance in an
illuminated square at this midnight
hour. They dance and singtwo
hours away lies the land where
their people are an object of sneers,
Land Redemption
Pushed Forward
Thirty-one new agricultural set-
tlements were founded on Jewish
National Fund land in Palestine
during the past two years, since
the Hitler regime came into power
and since immigration into Pales-
tine rose to unprecedented heights.
To extend the frontiers of Eretz
Israel through the acquisition of
new land areas as national prop-
erty, Jews throughout the world
have been asked to contribute a
sum of 5,000,000.
Italy's Sympathy
With Revisionist
Rome (WNS)The official Ital-
ian press agency, Oriente, com-
menting on the Revisionist con-
gress in Vienna, declares that the
"New Zionist Organization has the
full sympathy of Fascists because
Jabotinsky is a nationalist, has a
military organization under him
and aims to destroy left wing labor
movement." The agency also says
that Jabotinsky will be able to
come to an understanding with
Arabs sooner than the World Zion-
ist Organization because the Arabs
are also nationalists and they will
understand Jabotinsky better than
they do the Jewish Agency.
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
By I'll INK AS J. B1RON
This and Thai
A plan to create a new national
Jewish youth movement in this
country has been abandoned .
The sponsors of the idea got cold
feel when they saw to what pur-
poses youth movements abroad
have been put by the European dic-
tators The first monument to
a Jew In New England is due to
lie dedicated in Maine on Septem-
ber 22nd by the Jewish War Vet-
erans in memory of one of the
Jewish heroes of the late unpleas-
antness across the pond You'd
never know it, but both Albert
Einstein and Dr. Hans Luther, the
German ambassador, are disciples
of Prof. Franz Oppenheimer, world
famous German Jewish economist
and scientist, who is coming here
September 27th Oppenheimcr's
ideas on land economics wc re the
basis of a new party in Holland
. Some of his theories are also
being applied in Palestine, where
his son works for the agricultural
experiment station ... In Germany
Oppenheimer still has an enormous
following and some of the Nazi
economic dogmas were taken from
his bunks But that didn't save
him from the Aryan law Ben
Cohen, New Deal brain truster,
thinks he has a double That's
the only explanation he can offer
for an invitation extended to him
to join the violently anti-New Deal
American Liberty League In-
cidentally, Cohen, who used to be
secretary of Judge Julian W. Mack,
is credited with having had a hand
in writing the Palestine Mandate
. That Mr. VY. J. Cameron, who
recently told a convention of Ford
dealers that the Roosevelt program
"is just a break-up Ford cam-
paign" is the same gentleman who
edited Ford's Dearborn Independ-
ent when that sheet was the Amer-
ican equivalent of Dcr Stuermer.
but far away, across the sea, their
ancient new home awaits them.
lid-ltils
Judge Jeremiah Muhom y. A. A.
U. prexy, believes that the gentle-
men of the American Olympic com-
mittee who are pooh-poohing the
move tu keep the United State- out
of the Olympics are motivated
only by a desire for a free trip to
Germany next summer The
next time one of those Nazi apol-
ogists says that all the fuss about
boycotting the Berlin Olympics lie-
cause of discrimination against
Jewish athletes is needless since
Jews never amounted to anything
in Olympics don't be surprised to
read a statement listing the names
of Jews who took part and scored
points in every Olympic meet since
1896 Wonder why none of the
papers thought it important to
mention Helens Mayer's denial of
the report that she has been asked
to be a member of the German
Olympic team And, by the way,
who is the fellow Jimmy Powers
who said in a column syndicated
by the Chicago Tribune-New York
News Syndi ate that "New York,
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, September;


The Young Woman's Hebrew
Association was organized last
week under the direction of Boris
Schlaehman, executive director of
the Y. M. H. A. at the clubhouse.
Temporary officers were chosen
including: Miss Beatrice J. Silver,
president; Miss Nell Lehrman, sec-
retary; Miss Sylvia Greenfield,
treasurer.
Charter members include: Miss
Leoi K :", Miss Becky Xa-h,
Miss Josephine Kolman, Miss Bea-
: Miss Lillian Falk,
Mi Ethel Lipowsky, Miss Kuth
Drevich, Misa Charlotte Fur man,
him I!-.--. Miss Ruth
I M Bi '.. S< i'.-}. Miss
Lou G ilden, Mrs. Morris Apte,
Mrs. .lack Apte, Mrs. Molly Apte,
I. Shenkman, Mrs. Celie G.
R Mrs. Bertha Sootin,
.Mrs. Celia Krect, Mrs. M. Kaler,
Mrs. C. Kaler, Mrs. F. S. Glazer,
Mrs. Ray Marks.
* V
Mrs. J. S. Field left Saturday
' hern trip, she will visit
her son, Stanton Field, in New
York and also will visit relatives
in I irst, L. I. Later she will
Trenton, N. J. She
plans to be away a month.

Mr-. L. 0. Kerkow of Cleveland,
:- a house guest of Dr. and
Mrs. M. '. Safra, Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Druokerman
returned last week by boat from a
' i visit in Fleischmann,
N. V., and in th 'kill moun-
They also spent a week in
New York City.
*
Mrs. B.n Druckerman and chil-
dren, Irene and Edward, arrived
la.-t week to join Mr. I>ruck rman
The Portnoff family has been
having a reunion in Miami Beach
all summer. Prof. Leo Portnoff,
teacher of violin at the Miami
Beach School of Music, with his
two sons, Wassilly Portnoff, vio-
linist, and Mascha Portnoff. pian-
i i.t, and Marguerite Portnoff, who
is Mrs. Mischa Portnoff, gave two
recitals while here. The two sons
and their wives left Friday for
1 their home in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
where they have studios and do
extensi i l and concertiz-
ing. Both are composers.
.
Dr. and Mrs. Max Dobrin and
{fhter, Miss Celia Dobrin,
returned last week from a vaca-
tion trip I Cleveland and other
north-

Jack Bernstein and his daughter,
;.!. Vnita Bernstein, have re-
turned to their home after a
month's visit to Washington, D. C,
an I Pittsburgh.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a baby boy at the Victoria
Hospital last Sunday. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei will officiate at the
Bris Milah Sunday, September 22.

Religion of Temple Is-
rael opens Sunday morning.
tember 22nd, for registration at
10 "'cluck. The session will last
just one hour. All children who
have last year's textl.....ks ami wish
to sell them, bring them this Sun-
day morning.
Dr, Kaplan will conduct Class
!_'. to which a!! members of the
'egation an' cordially invited.
The subject will he "What We Jews
Believe."
Nathan Aronovitz, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, will be Bar
Mitzva at services tonight at Tem-
ple Israel. Nathan will read the
portion of the Torah, recite the
blessings and deliver an address
in English. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will officiate. Following
the services the parents of the Bar
.Mitzva will be hosts to the wor-
shipers at a reception in Kaplan
Hall. All friends are asked to at-
tend. No cards will be issued. Dr.
Aronovitz is a pioneer Jewish phy-
sician of Miami and Mrs. Arono-
vitz haa been active in the Jewish
communal life of Miami.

Phil Romer, popular Miami
i: a ;i butcher, left for New York
City to spend several weeks in New
York, lie was accompanied by
Mr. Jacob Werner.
l
matched kitchen
linens
It's possible to give your
kitchen a certain air of well
being by matching your lin-
ens (no extra expense).
Towels listed are pure linn.
Dish Towels............5 for 1.00
Roller Towels............each 69c
Dish Cloths 6 for 50c
Dish Toweling 5 yds. 1.00
for bath
Shower Curtains............1.98
Hath Towels............5 for 1.00
SECOND ri.OOR
Ceremonial Accessories
Jewish SectionFourth Floor
A regular meeting of Junior Ha-
dassah will be held Monday eve-
ning. September 23rd, beginning
at 8 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
Hurry Grossman, 800 Collins ave.,
Miami Beach. A cultural program
is being planned, following which
refreshments will be served.

Announcement was made this
week of the purchase of the Miami
Beach Kosher Market at 327 Col-
in- ave. by Mr. Joseph Reisman,
.no of the pioneer kosher butchers
of Miami Beach. Mr. Reisman took
ion this week and is now
open for business, having moved
from his former location. A for-
mal opening will be held later in
tae season.

.Miss Ma Engler, daughter of
Mr. ami Mis. Jake Engler, pioneer
tits of this city, and a popu-
lar member of the local younger
..wi-h set, is a patient at the
Jackson .Memorial Hospital, where
-he underwent an appendectomy
last Saturday.

Mrs. Louis Pallott left Saturday
r a brief visit to relatives and
friends in New York City.

Mr. Morton Fagan returned to
the city this week, and Mrs. Fagan
aiul daughter, Sunshine, will re-
turn some time today. The Pala-
tial Kosher Restaurant will reopen
for business today.
*
A regular meeting of the Loyalty
Club, auxiliary of Kmunah Chap-
ter, '). Y.. S., was held last night
I at the home of Mrs. William
Friedman. Following the business
meeting a icial hour was enjoyed.

Mr. and Mis. Joseph I. Traeger
are being congratulated on the
birth of a baby son at the Vic-
toria Hospital last Tuesday. The
Bris will bo held next Tuesday at.
the hospital.

Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer
arc now located at their new home,
1136 S. W. Fifth st.

Mrs. Sydney Norman Rosenstock
and daughter, Harriet, are vi-it-
! ing relatives in New York and
I Philadelphia.
Mrs. A. Pepper and Mrs v
Pepper will be joint hostes^
a bridge for the benefit of the T
ally Club of Emunah (W.
Tuesday evening, September I
at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr.
Pepper, 1274 S. W. Sixth st. ?,
will be awarded for high s
and refreshments will be Serv,
The public is invited.

Services, Friday evening, J
pie Israel, Miami's Reform 0
gregation, 137 N. E. Ninet(fl
st., at 8:15 o'clock. The tf|
of Dr. Kaplan's sermon wi
"Who Belongs to Israel."
*
The Holiday Seating Comnra
for Temple Israel will meet,"
E. Flagler st., between the
of in and 4, beginning
September 23rd. and terminr
Friday. September 27th. AllmJ
hers and those who wish accom
dations for the Holy Da;
see this committee.
* *
The marriage of Misa [\J
Damarus Weintraub of Coral G
bles to Henry A. Edgar of Mai
City took place August
Mexico City.
The bride is a graduate of:
University of Miami and has l_
attended New York and CoIum
universities. Fur several sums,
she has taken special courses
the University of Mexico. Shei
a member of the faculty of a
I'onee de Leon High .-chool.
Mr. Edgar is a graduate of:
University of Mexico. He also J
tended the University of Penis
vania and is president i
Sightseeing Tours of -Mexico Caj
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar arrived]
.Miami Saturday and will rr:ii
here until spring, when they i
return to Mexico City to maketi
home.
*
A meeting of the Junior Coin
of Jewish Women will be
Tuesday evening. September S
beginning at 8 o'clock, at the i
cazar Hotel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ilynian N. I*
and children return' i to the."
after having spent the summer
the North, where Mrs. Levy ope
ates Camp Wohelo lor Girls.
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STATEWIDE NEWS
Jacksonville News
Religious services are held at 8
o'clock Friday night in the Jew-
ish Temple, Laura and Ashley sts.,
at which Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan
will preach.
A meeting of the religious school
teachers was held Monday night,
preparatory to the opening of
school on Sunday. September 22.
The New Year will begin on Sep-
tember 27 and all those who de-
sire to secure seats for the holy
days are urged to communicate
with the rabbi or board members.
West Palm Beach
Ernest Gold, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. Gold of Palm Beach, left for
Auburn, Ala., to enter his first
year in the Alabama Polytechnic
Institute.
Who's Who
Some of our contemporary editors of Anglo-Jewish pub-
lications throughout the country will this week carry as
editorials a syndicated praise and enthusiastic comment of
the Jewish "Who's Who," the Biographical Encyclopedia of
American Jews. The last volume appeared about seven years
ago and, though many of our friends lamented its non-ap-
pearance, we are sincere in our belief that under the methods
used, perhaps it would have been best if the issue of seven
years ago had been the last to appear. A perusal of the vol-
ume then convinced the average man that it was not achieve-
ment, service, education or value to the community that
meant inclusion in what should be a rather selective publi-
cation. About a year ago we were in receipt of a question-
naire urging us to recommend names for this volume .
we thought so little of it then that we ignored the commu-
nication. We do not desire to comment on the requisites for
inclusion in this volume, for one reading it and becoming
acquainted throujgh research into the value of it, if true to
the principles of his own people, will soon disregard it as an
authoritative book.
We only hope that the non-Jew will not use this "Who's
Who" as the criterion for judging the mass of the Jewish
people nor the sum total of its achievements.
Mrs. Rudy Moss recently re-
turned from an extended visit with
friends and relatives in Akron and
Cleveland, Ohio, and with her
brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and
Mrs. M. Zimmerman, in Toronto,
Canada. While in Toronto Mrs.
Moss attended the Canadian Na-
tional Exhibition.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levinc and
sons, Neil and Harry, Jr., who for
the past several years have lived
in Jacksonville, are returning to
the Beach to reside.
LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND
By I.Ol'IS PEKARSKY
Does Hitler Know?
Marta Eggerth, Hungarian op-
era, concert and cinema star, now
under contract to Universal Pic-
tun.-, is contemplating a trip to
Berlin in December to sing in five
operas. We wonder if little Adolf
Hitler knows about it. Marta is
the only child of a German father
and a Hungarian mother. She was
born in Budapest, Hungary, Sep-
tember 17, 1914.
Despite rumors, Miss Eggerth
Marta Eggerth is her correct name
- is neither married nor engaged.
Her interests and talents cover a
broad field. She carries a trunk
full of dolls with her at all times.
"by, we don't know. You guess.
She is an excellent housekeeper
and, boys, she likes to cook, be-
Hve it or not. She drives a fast
motor car, plays the piano and has
written four film manuscripts and
several waltz songs. She can
Pound the typewriter like an ex-
pert stenographer, even likes to
darn sock and knit and crochet.
Marta also dances the folk dances
f six nations, plays tennis and
rides a horse well. She is five
feet three inches tall and weighs
105 pounds. Quite a lot of talent
for such a little girlNo?
Three Jewish Musketeers
Three musketeers of the motion
picture industry are ffoseph M.
Schenck, Darryl F. Zanuck and
William Goetz. Zanuck is the new
president of twentieth Century-
Fox Film Corporation and draws
a salary of $260,000 a year plus
traveling expenses. Schenck, ex-
ecutive head of production in the
new corporation, is under contract
for $130,000 per year plus ex-
penses. Goetz is an associate pro-
ducer. Manned by this visionary,
ambitious trio, Twentieth Century
recently merged with Foxsky-
rocketed to film fame, both in pro-
duction output and financial gain,
in the short space of two years.
Back in the gay '90s Schenck,
then a young stripling who clerked
in a drug store on New York's
Bowery, saw a shadow film. He
became so inspired that he quit
his job and eventually found an-
other with the theatre. Later he
came to Hollywood. Still later,
figuratively speaking, his name
went up in lights over the cinema
world. In 1933 he set out for him-
self with the baby film company
of Hollywood known as Twentieth
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The Daughters of Israel opened
the rummage sale season with a
sale this week-end, and it is an-
nounced by Mrs. Joseph Hackel,
president, that many second hand
clothes for children are in great
demand.
All who have clothes that they
can donate are urged to do so.
Bundles may be delivered at the
Jacksonville Jewish Center. Those
who wish to have bundles called
for are asked to telephone either
the Center or Mrs. H. Hammer-
man.
Mrs. Hackel emphasizes the
great need for clothing for school
age children.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine and
family of Jacksonville are at Nep-
tune Beach for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lovitz an-
nounce the birth of a son on Sep-
tember 7 in St. Vincent's Hospital.
Mrs. Lovitz was formerly Miss
Freda Rubinstein of Chipley.
Friends of Norman Weinberger
will regret to learn that he re-
cently had an operation for ap-
pendicitis in St. Vinoent's Hos-
pital.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Marks, who
were married recently, are enjoy-
ing a visit in New Yrok City.
The executive board of the La-
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Orlando Notes
Mrs. Solon Klepper left Satur-
day for New York on a three
weeks' buying trip for Klepper's.
While there she will visit rela-
tives.
Misses Irene and Maxine Brav-
erman left for Florida State Col-
lege at Tallahassee.
Mr. Hyman Roth is in New York
on a buying trip.
Orlando Lodge No. 1043, B'nai
B'rith, will hold its next semi-
monthly meeting Tuesday, Septem-
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aaron of
Pahokee returned from a two
months' business and vacation trip
to New York. Accompanying the
Aarons on their return trip by au-
tomobile were Mrs. A. Hershkorn
of Flamingo Drive and Mrs. H.
Blicher of Miami, who made a stop-
over in this city to visit her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Blicher, before returning to
her home in Miami.
Tampa Notes
Quite a large audience was pres-
ent at the Orthodox Synagog,
Knesseth Israel, last Sunday night
when a Poroches, Mentele, Chupah
and Shofar were presented to the
synagogue. Addresses were made
by prominent citizens and a very
enjoyable evening was had. Re-
freshments were served following
the ceremonials.
Mrs. Dave Katz and her two
young daughters returned to their
home here from an all summer's
vacation in New York and the
mountains.
Mrs. Leo J. Rader of Belle Glade
was a local visitor here last Thurs-
day afternoon.
After spending about six weeks
in New York on a combined busi-
ness and pleasure trip, Mr. Lou
Halpern returned to the city last
week.
A benefit card party of Beth El
Sisterhood was held last Sunday
evening at the home of Mrs. Glass-
er, 135 Greenwood Drive. Lovely
prizes were awarded for high
scores at each table and refresh-
ments were served by the hostess,
Mrs. Glasser, after the games.
The Wednesday afternoon card
party of Beth El Sisterhood was
held at the home of Mrs. A. Levin,
226 Ponce de Leon ave. The party
was very much enjoyed by all at-
tending.
Miss Rose Goodmark returned
from an all summer's vacation in
New York and Asbury Park.
Sisterhood Beth Israel's benefit
card party was held last Sunday
night at the Schwartzberg Hall on
Broward ave. High score favors
were awarded and delicious re-
freshments were served after the
games. The card party was well
attended and enjoyed by all par-
ticipating.
St. Petersburg
Friday evening services of B'nai
Israel Cong, begin at 8 o'clock.
Saturday morning services at 9.
Sunday school classes meet Sun-
day at 10 a. m. and Hebrew classes
daily at 4 p. m.
The Judaic Council held its first
meeting of the season and is plan-
ning an extensive social and cul-
tural program for the season.
Mr. Sam Shapiro, local mer-
chant, was married to Mrs. Rifkin
of Cleveland, Ohio, Rabbi A. S.
Kleinfeld performing the cere-
mony.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelman, promi-
nent members of B'nai Israel, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Sarah, to Mr. Charles
Weinberg of Asbury Park, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuchs and son
returned from their vacation in the
(Continued on Page 4)
Cong. Rodoph Sholem seating
committee urges that all desiring
to make reservations for the High
Holy days apply to Mr. Simon Ess-
rig, 808 Franklin st.; Mr. Isidor
Wohl, 16th st. and 6th ave.; Mr.
David Stein, 1619 7th ave., or to
Rabbi Burger at 311H E. Palm
ave.
Services at Cong. Rodoph Sho-
lem for the High Holy days will
have the senior choir, directed by
the rabbi, on chanting the services.
The members of the choir are Sam
Verkauf, Roy Jenkins, Sam Ab-
ramowitz, Milton Bokor, Sol. Gut-
terman, Florence Abramowitz,
Becky Buchman, Esther Jenkins,
Toby Katz, Grace Dayan, Dena
Peckett, Helen Aronowitz, Victo-
ria Poller and Pearl Buchman.
Members of the junior choir will
sing during the regular services.
The annual ceremony of visiting
the graves of departed relatives
will again be observed by mem-
bers of Rodoph Sholem Congrega-
tion at its cemetery Sunday, Sep-
tember 22nd, from 10 a. m. to 12
m., when Rabbi Burger will recite
the prayers for the dead.
Regular High Holiday services
at Cong. Schaarei Zedek will begin
Friday evening, September 27th,
at 8 o'clock, with Rabbi Zielonka
conducting the services and preach-
ing the sermon.
Cantor Berele of Miami will
chant the services during the High
Holy days at Cong. Knesses Israel.
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
Sunday night there will be re-
hearsals for "Night Life in Chi-
cago," which will be presented
shortly.
Monday night the usual bowling,
pool, handball, ping pong, chess
and checker games will be enjoyed.
Tuesday evening meetings of the
A. Z. A. and the Merry Fellows
Club will take place.
Wednesday night the women's
gym class will meet, as will the
(Continued on Page 4)
Key West Notes
Raymond Einhorn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Einhorn of this city,
who graduated with highest schol-
astic honors at the University of
Florida last year, left for Urbana,
111., where he will study for his
master's degree at the University
of Illinois, where he won a schol-
arship.
Mr. David Aronovitz, pioneer
merchant of this city, who is seri-
ously ill here, is recovering slow-
ly. Last Sunday two sons, Dr.
Samuel Aronovitz and Abe Arono-
vitz, city solicitor of Miami, were
visitors, and another son, Morris,
also of Miami, is now visiting here.


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Jtabio Ujmago^ Action
EdiWd by KABBI S. U. MACHTEI
Pi an4ar and Director. Radio Smum o< Aaria
SUNDAY MiiENINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
SERMON DELIVERED ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1">. 193.">
"Nothing Is Hidden"
Scripture Reading, Malachi, Chapter III. Verses 13-18, Inclusive
With thi the Hijrh Holy Days, even the must lax of
.ant .lew- turn? his mind to thoughts of the spirit of tho Im-
pending Day of Judgment. Those who sinand I use the word "sin"
advisedly and in the il sense of any and all violations of law
and ( pr< tion those who sin, and not in the
religious sense and com done, arc able to lull their consciences
ire and ease b; noring passively or by actively
convii ii if thej can escape detection, there will be
no day of reckonii In the vernacular, it is only a matter of "getting
away with
So I come now ite of ti anquility with the tate-
ment thai For the benefit of those who wish to
rule ul ation, the God of so many, an anthro-
pomorphic deity, I -hall translate a very wise, a very profound and
n ally true expression common in Yiddish. The oft-repeated
phrase is "Heaven and earth have sworn that there shall be no
The rabbis of old have taught the same l< ss >n in their own
inimitable manner. We find the ethical teachings quoting such warn-
ings a "' -Mel- three things, that thou mayest not come within the
power of sin. Know what is above theea seeing eye. a hearing ear,
and all thy deeds written in a book." "Consider three things, and
thou wilt in t conn- within the power of sin; know whence thou earnest,
and wh ther thou and before whom thou wilt in the future
have to give an account and reckoning. Whence thou earnest; from
n fetid drop; whit!-., r thou art going: to a place of dust, worms and
maggot : and before whom thou wilt in the future have to give an
account and reckon ng: before the Supreme King of Kings, the Ii :
One, blessed be He." It is obvious that a consideration of these last
will keep one from sin. If man thinks >>f whence he comes, he is
rendered humble; if he reflects upon whither he is going, he prizes
worldly things lightly; and if he considers Him before whom he must
an ai :ount, he : G id's laws.
Throughout the ritual on the Si Year the worshiper is reminded
of the faci that God rded, that man's
| i- thi only eviden i considered :i"g his fate. Listen to
this excerpt from the prayerbook, ""Thou rememberest what -was
wrought from eternity and art mindful of all that hath been formed
from ef old: before The,, all s rets are rev< : ind the multitude of
hidden things Iron nning; foi there is no forgetfulness before
the throne of Thy glory, nor is there ought hidden from Thine Eyes."
You doubt that this is possible. Some of my audience may be
-hocked at the bold] i an utterance B it, I am not blind to
the fact that many who mention the name of Godyes, and many
who pose a- pi the synag le and irch, active workers
in the field of and religious organizations, have not the faint-
ble. I shall go further and say that the)
actually have at it can be. Why, then, do they continue in
active leadership in congregational work'.' That's a simple one to
answer. Merely primarily, it is the fine and the noble and
the expect for them to do; for them, who pose as upstanding
eitizi nmunity; and. secondly, because, unable to think for
themselves, and too cowardly to question openly, they follow in the
heir predecessors, mouthing phrases which are meaningless
to them ami shamming -hock and dismay when another, a braver
soul, irage t.. question and to seek an understanding.
If nun and w eved that "nothing is hidden," they
might be more thoughtful befoi To be more "careful" would
ivail. You've heard the admonition, "If you can't be good,
arefu ," In this regai I, int arc and caution will suc-
ceed in ki ing any act a Let u> study the situation. You have
met people in whose presence you feel that your very thoughts arc not
your own. Somehow, you have the feeling that they can read your
thoughts, can anticipate you n words. You mothers and
father-, how many times ha e you used that something was wrong
with your sun or daughter, men ly by watching the way the child
walked into the hou e, the look of guilt which they could not con-
ceal'.' You wives, how often have you bee that your husbands
had some problems on their minds, even though they entered the
house with a cheery greeting? What i- there in this phenomenon
that reveal.-, that lifts the veil from that which one seeks to hide?
Have yi u ever asked your.-elf that question, or have you taken things
for granted ?
lb:. inswer. When you are in an unusually receptive mood,
or when the radiations emanating from the actor or sinner are excep-
tionally Strong you become aware of them. They force themselves
upon you and make their presence known. One might as well try to
hide the odor of garlic. Unless youi smell is faulty, you will
readily detect the- scent. Now, to go from the ridiculous to the sub-
oncede that human beings may learn things without
being told in so many word-, is it expecting too much from you to
acknowledge the power of the Creator to know things without being
[ them through physical senses?
Hut, j i many of the .-in-, of the acts, are of long standing.
Why, even I, who committed the sins, have forgotten them. Since I
am not, a them, -nice I do not think of them ob-
jectively, I do not radiate the thoughts of them. That's very true, but,
a., become a part of youj are emblazoned on your soul for
(ioei to see. And. on the ither hand, since then' is no forgetfulness
before' God, the- ancient act Ly you is ever in His presence. I have no
intention iphysics with you nor do I wish te> attempt
an explanation of the- forces by which God rules the Universe, My ob-
ject, at ur own reason admit the probability
of judgment to your act realizing that "nothing is hidden."
If you will admit that to yourself, then there is good cause to hope
that your future- actions will not be those which you will seek to hide.
THE JEWISH FIORID1AN
S. Samuels and family spent Sun-
day in St. Petersburg, where they
visited Mr. S. Samuel-, who is un-
der medical care, but is much im-
proved now.
Orlando Notes
iContinued from Page ")
ber i'1th, in the vestry rooms of
the synagogue. Refreshment will
in served.
Mr. Ben Cohen, fruit buyer from
Philadelphia, has returned to Or-
lando for the- winter.
Mr. Norman Caber of Atlantic
City is now in Orlando represent-
orthern citi us distributors.
The formal opening of the Louis MiM E|ainc K,epper |eft for Tal_
shop attracted county-wide atten- a,t,.n(1 |..,ii|.(la Sl;iU,
in.n. Thousands ol people visited rjollejre
the- new store-, which one- of the- ______
outstanding ladies' ready-to-wear
Batons in the South. The many
friend- of Louis liaum. proprietor,
wish him continued success.
Mr. S, Siegel and daughter an-
on a buying trip in New York.
Martin Segal returned from a
state tour and will leave for the
. ,-ity of Florida at Gaines-
ville.
A meeting of Congregation Ohev
Sholem was held In the vestrj
room- of the- synagogue last Sun-
day night. Final arrangements
were made for the High Holidays.
The- religious committee consists
of I. Friedman, M. Levine and M.
nstein. Mr. Hen Salomon is
in charge' of Beats during the- High
Holidays. The- committee in charge
keta consists of H. Kanner
!.. S. Frankel. II. Kanner,
resident, presided at the
meeting ii isence of B. J.
Cohen,
Mr. and Mrs. Kottleman of San-
ford spent Sunday in Orlando.
Joe Wittenstein, Joel Baker and
Abe Kaminoff will have for the
University of Florida during the
week-end.
merly prominent as a Poale-Zion
leader and later as a journalist,
editor and author.
Miss Judith Wilensky, daughter
0f |)i. and Mrs. J. T. Wilensky,
who was graduated in June from
Andrew Jackson High school, has
,1 the Florida State College
for Women.
Tin- Daughters of Israel held
their first board meeting of the
season Wednesday afternoon in
the Jacksonville Jewish Center.
The board met a week earlier
than the constitutional time in or-
der to formulate plans for the
high holidays, whhh fall on the
if the month.
Reports on the year book were
made by Mrs. Nathan Shorstein,
chairman of this year's edition.
Serving as co-chairmen are Mrs.
I. Schneider, Mrs. Fskin, Miss
Ethel Joel and Mrs. J. Hackel.
Tampa Notes
(Continued from Page :t)
Camera Club.
Thursday night the Boy Scouts
and Pinochle Clubs will hold ses-
Mr. Ilyman l.eiberman and
daughter, Beatrice, have returned
from a buying trip to New York.
Jacksonville News
(Continued from Page .'{)
dies' Ilibrew Sheltering Aid So-
cietj and Home for the- Aged met
la t week in the home of Mrs. A.
Heiffenberg in Springfield with
Mrs. Soforenko presiding.
Ah-. II. Rosensvaig opened the
ng with a prayer.
Reports of past activities were
given. Plans for the future, in-
clude a dance, t <> be- sponsored
by the organization. Mrs. Sidney
L. Blattner was appointed chair-
man and Mrs. Aaron Shapiro co-
chairman.
The next executive board meet-
ing will be- held in the- home of
Mrs. J. Shapiro in Riverside.
At the close of the business
meeting cake and punch yere
served by the- hostess, assisted by
he-r mother, Mrs. H. Yoffi
The Educational Committee is
sponsoring a series of Forums for
Monday nights, following the High
Holy days. Details will be an-
nounccd shortly.
The first social event of the sea-
son will be the Yum Kippur night
rations are now U-ing made.
St. Petersburg
(Continued from Page- .". (
North.
Mr. David Rothblatt, prominent
communal worker, left for an ex-
tensive trip and will attend the
American Legion Convention at
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Yiddish literary circles, was l'or-
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Friday. September 20, l'J36
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
The Penitential season ushering
in the High Holy days will be ob-
served in local synagogues with
Slichoth services Saturday night,
September 21st, at 11:30 o'clock.
At the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation Rabbi Julius Wash-
er will preach a short sermon on
"Penitence" prior to the chanting
of the Slichos by Cantor Boris
Schlachman. At Beth David Con-
gregation, Rabbi Shapiro will
speak briefly and then Cantor Na-
than Wroobel will chant the Sli-
ehoi. At Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, Miami Beach, Rabbi Rosen-1
bloom will speak in Yiddish prior
to the chanting of the Slichos by
Canter Maurice Mamches. The
public ia urged to attend the serv-
ices al the various synagogues.
*
The joint dance sponsored by the
Senior and Junior Councils of Jew-
ish Women will be held at the
>ne Hotel Gardens, Miami
Bea Monday night, October 7th,
at which a gala entertainment will
be provided for the guests and a
souvenir program will be distrib-
Iti :.
*
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Katz will
entertain a party of friends at
home Sunday evening. Sep-
tember 22nd, in honor of their
daughter, Viola's, engagement to
Mr. .lulius Mendelson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Mendelson of this
riiy. Guests who will attend are
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mendelson, Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Mendelson. Mr. and
Mr>. M. Kuperberg, Miss Bertha
Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Han-
dle, Bernard Katz and Joel Kup-
* *
A ial meeting of the f'hesed
Shel Ernes Sisterhood will be held
next Monday evening, September
23rd, at H o'clock at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall to discuss mat-
mportance in an emergen-
cy thai has arisen. All members
are urged to attend.
*
Beth David Talmud Torah is
continuing registration for pupils
and urges parents who are inter-
ested to bring their children as
soon as possible.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
Will ti nder their annual New Year
n for members of Temple
Israel at their home, 436 N. E.
29th st., Sunday, September 28th,
from li to 7 p. m., which all mem-
hers are urged to attend.

Mi Mildred Greenberg, daugh-
ter [ Mr. and Mrs. Charles
' erg of this city will be-
come the bride of Mr. Jose H.
Kati of Havana, Cuba, Sunday
September 22nd, at 5
Rabbi Max Shapiro will
' at the ceremony, which
Will be held at Beth David Syna-
Mrs. Hannah Spiro Asher
Will play the wedding march, Mrs.
H. I Feibelman will sing and
Walter Grossman will play cello
Belei linns.
following the ceremony a bridal
dinner will be given by the par-
em. for the immediate family at
the Palatial Kosher Restaurant.
Miss Greenberg is a graduate of
'he Miami High school and the
1 nivcrsity of Miami, and is an ac-
complished pianist.
Mr. Kates is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Kates of Havana,
' Uba. He was born in Antwerp,
Belgium, and received his educa-
tion in Havana, graduating at Can-
'"">' College. He is secretary of
nited Hebrew Congregation,
the youngest Rotarian on the
Island of Cuba, a member of the
American Club, the Havana Jockey
Club and the Miramar Yacht Club,
of which his father is the founder.
He is affiliated with the firm of
Adolph Kates & Son of Havana.
Friends are invited to the cere-
mony at Beth David Synagogue
and to open house at their home
at 1045 N. W. First st. at 8:'30
p. m. The couple will reside at
Havana, Cuba.
*
A miscellaneous shower was giv-
en for Miss Mildred Greenberg,
bride-elect of Jose H. Kates of Ha-
vana, Cuba, at the Beth David
Talmud Torah last Monday eve-
ning. A musical program was pre-
sented by Lewis Eley, violinist,
Mrs. Sarah Folwcll, soprano, and
Mrs. Evelyn Jones, pianist. Fol-
lowing the musicale, bridge was
played. Prizes were won by Miss
Rita Gordon, Mrs. J. Greenberg,
Mrs. P. Simon, Mrs. E. Gordon,
Mrs. Diamond and Mrs. ('. Rosen-
feld. A delicious fruit course was
served.
The hostesses were Miss Betty
Greenberg, Mrs. Esther Kaufman
and Mrs. Sarah Shenkman. Miss
Greenberg was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts.
lh\m

They're calling "Our Little Girl"
Shirley Temple's greatest. This
Fox Film picture, starting Sunday
at the Tivoli Theatre, has been
lauded everywhere.
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning cm
"The Moving Finger Writes." Can-
tor Louis Hayman will chant from
die New Year prayers. There also
will be prayers, scripture reading
and a question box.
It tells the story of a happy fam-
ily disunited by suspicions, threat-
ened with wreckage, and of a little
girl who runs away from her home
when she finds all the joy and
safeguards gone.
Rosemary Ames plays Shirley's
mother; Joel McCrea plays her
father.
"Poodles" Hanneford, world fa-
mous clown and circus rider, has
an amazing act; he clowns, rides,
falls and thrills in the circus se-
quence, which has everything com-
plete from the wild animals in the
big three-ring tent.
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
(Continued from Page 1)
LIGHTS FROM SHADOWLAND
(Continued from I'ago 3)
Century.
Darryl F. Zanuck, once a steel
mill riveter, then a press agent
for hair tonic, then a story writer,
came to Hollywood. Barely five
years ago he hiked four miles a
day to the Warner Bros, studio,
seeking a connection. His persist-
ence won him the job of production
manager. One morning in 1988
when Twentieth Century was or-
ganized we found Zanuck and his
bag of ideas installed on the lot
as production head.
Then there was William Goetz,
more handicapped, perhaps, than
helped by being the son-in-law of
another film magnate, Louis B.
Mayer, who sold his services to
Schenck and Zanuck as an asso-
ciate producer.
'our Little Girl' is a poignant
story, tenderly conceived, freight-
ed with heart tugs, yet leaving the
audiences, from all reports,
strangely happy.
Something entirely new in love
stories is said to be brought to the j
screen by William Powell and Gin-
ger Rogers in "Star of Midnight,"
starting at the Seventh Avenue
Theatre Sunday.
Romance in this modern, sophis-
ticated drama follows no charted
course. The red-haired Ginger, in
the role of a young society beauty,
takes the aggressive, and it's hard ;
to tell whether Powell is a willing
victim or an apprehensive clinger
to the standard of bachelorhood. In
other words, it's the man in the
case who keeps the girl and the
audience guessing.
A sinister mystery adds the
thrills of suspense to romance and
subtle comedy.
In the supporting cast are such
well known players as Ralph Mor-
gan, Paul Kelly, Ix'slic- Fenton,
Vivian Oakland, Gene Loekhart,
Russell Hopton and J. Farrell Mac-
Donald.
teeming Jewish center, is full of
frenzied speeches for an Olympic
boycott, but the rest of the coun-
try prepares to compete in Berlin
. History shows boycotts always
boomerang on instigators" The
new gridiron season may yield an-
other pigskin star with the fa-
mous name of Friedman ... A l'JO-
pounder by that name is slated to
be the star fullback of the eleven
from Rice University in Houston,
Texas Max Baer's kid brother,
Buddy, is coming up in the world
. He's been offered $5,000 to go
a couple of rounds with l'rimo Car-
nera in Hawaii Maybe Buddy
can duplicate what the ex-champ
did to the Italian behemoth.
ONE FOR HIE BOOK
A community center in a west-
ern city has announced that it will
run a "Post-Yom Kippur Dance"
which will include a "Sweetheart
Contest Feature" and Dr. Ash-
er Isaacs of Pittsburgh remarks
upon "the incongruity of fasting
and wondering how the dark blu
wrap will look with the evening
gown."
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, September 20

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At All Good Stores
Ask fur New \"rU Itrt-nd
The Radio
Synagog
High Holy Day
Services
Will Bo Hold at
LUBER'S
LONDON ARMS HOTEL
727 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Will Officiate
When you select the refrigerator
for your home, you want to get the
most you can for your money. Be sure
you do get the most. See the .. j
Norge before you buy. Come in. *
Small Down
Payment and
Monthly
Installments
The Well Known
NORGE COMPANY OF MIAMI
212 E. Flagler St.
Phones 2-51642-5165
Buy Your Holiday Poultry
at the
QUALITY POULTRY MARKET
1832 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-> The Finest Poultry. Reasonably Priced
Strictly Kosher
YOUNG GEESE AND DUCKS24c LB.
HANSON ROOFING CO.
I.-i.iI.IiIi..I Since 19U
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR
(In All It* Branches)
32K N. E. 13th St. I'hones 2-18312-6582
CANTOR LOUIS HATMAN
Will Chant the Services
Rosh Hashonoh and
Yom kippur
Make your reservations
through the Radio Synagog,
Rabbi s. M. Machtei, or at
the hotel every evening ex-
cept Friday, and all day
Sunday.
The Jewish Calendar
1935
.-.696 193r>-6
Rosh Hashono Eve .................................................September 27
Yom Kippur ....................................................................October 7
Tabernacles .................................................................October 12
Hoshana Rabba ..............................................................October 18
Shimini Atzereth ............................................................October 19
Simchath Torah............................................................October 20
Rosh Chodesh Kislev..................................................November 8
1st Day Chanukah.....................................................December 2
Rsh Chodesh Tebeth..................................................December 7
NoteHolidays begin in the evening preceding the date
designated.
Ask for New York Bread
At All Good Stores
Sun.-Mon., Sept. 22-23
Shirley TempleI.yle Talbut
Joel McCreaRosemary Ames
OCR LITTLE GIRL
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Sun.-Mon., Sept. 22-23
William PowellPaul Kelly
Ginger RogersLeslie Fenton
STAR OF MIDNIGHT
BETH DAVID
HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES
Cantor Wroobel
and
Trained Choir
Under the Direction of
BENJ. MARC1 s
T
Rabbi Max
Shapiro
Will Officiate
Reservations May Be Made
at the Synagogue, N. w.
Third Ave. and Second St.
all day and every night.
See Beth David Junior Judaic
Congregation Services
PERETZ S< HEINBERG
Junior Rabbi
IRVING GINSBLRG
Junior Cantor
OBSERVE THE
HOLY DAYS
In Surroundings
Truly Jewish!
The Well Known
Cantor Boris
Schlachman
Will Chant Services
at the
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG
Assisted by a Well
Trained Male Choir
Rosh Hashono
Beginning Evening of
September 27th
Yom Kippur
Beginning Evening of
October 6th
yj
Rabbi
Julius Washer
Will Preach Throughout
the Holidays

MAKE YOUR
RESERVATIONS
AT ONCE!
At the Synagogue Every
Evening, or at Daunts
Kosher Market, 159 N.
W. Fifth St.