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The Jewish Floridian ( November 15, 1935 )

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wJewisti Florid Ian combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWLSH WEEKLY VA8-N0. 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 193 Jewish News Around the World Price Five Cents protests Flood Washington Over pW A Steel Order to Germany Washington (WNS)—The White House, members of Congress and officials of the Public Works Administration are being bombarded rith indignant protests from all of the country as a result of the disclosure by organized labor and American steel manufacturers that the United States government, through the PWA, has bought an important order of steel from Germany for the construction of PWA at Morehead City, N. C, and New York City. Notwithstanding the fact that Congress voted the PWA funds to relieve unemployment in this country, the Kloecker Steel Corporation, 75 West st., New York City, importers of steel from Germany, received the two orders, one for 1.G0O tons of German sheet steel piling valued at $91,000, for the Forehead City bridge, and the other for 1."ii),000 pounds of sheet piling valued at $20,000, for use in the construction of the Queens approach of the great Triborough bridge in New York, which will link Manhattan, Bronx and Queens. In defending its approval of the orders to Germany, PWA spokesmen said that the law provides that borrowers of PWA funds could buy foreign material where the value of the order is $10,000 or more, and the price is 15 per cent less than any domestic quotation. American steel manufacturers declare that this differential is not enough to protect American industry because of the disparity between the American wage scale and that of Germany, and also in view of German government subsidies to their steel fabricators. The American manufacturers also claim that the original specifications for the two bridges were changed and that originally these would not have Permitted the use of foreign steel. Because of the widespread protests the PWA has shifted the blame to : Morehead City officials and to %  '' Triborough Bridge Authority, who have received allotments from PWA. For the time being the contract for the New York bridge en held up and the steel comand labor plan to make the matter a national issue unless the two contracts are cancelled. Labor are preparing to take phojographs of the German steel when 11 arrives in New York and Caro"M and distribute them throughout the country. Geneva (WNS)-Representatives leading Jewish agencies from ountries in Europe are exin Geneva at the end of this m nth for an informal conference 'blema connected with the "''nan-Jewish refugee problem. The conference is expected to se1 the committee of Jewish exthat will draft plans for ad1 refugee aid to be laid beeagoe of Nations in acwdance with its request. Rabbi's Mother Dies in Denver — Last Wednesday morning Mrs. Rachel Leah Rosenbloom, aged 69, wife of Rabbi E. L Rosenbloom of Denver, and mother of Rabbi David 1. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, died at her home in Denver, Col., following a long illness. She was the daughter of the famous Rabbi David Guttman of Piotrokow, Poland, and the descendant of a long line of rabbis. She arrived in Denver with her husband and family in 1924 and became actively identified with many religious and charitable organizations, among them the old Talmud Torah, of which she was an honorary member; the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Talmud Torah, the Linas Hatzedek and the Beth Israel Old Folks' Home. Her home was the meeting ground for Jews of all shades and where the needy stranger knew he would be aided. The funeral was the largest held in recent years in Denver, with all Denver rabbis officiating in the services. Following the services at the residence, 2810 Colfax ave., the cortege went to the following synagogues, where psalms and prayers were recited: Zera Abraham, Hooker Street Synagogue, Hebrew Educational Alliance, the Old Folks' Home Synagogue, Zera Israel, Ostrover Beth Jacob, the Old Talmud Torah, the Twentyfourth Street Synagogue and the Beth Midrash Hagodol. Interment was in the Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Rosenbloom is survived by her husband, Rabbi E. L. Rosenbloom of Denver, three sons, Rev. Jacob Rosenbloom of New York, Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach, Rev. S. J. Rosenbloom of Denver, and five daughters, Mrs. Dora Aronovich of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Regina Grossglick of Poland; Mrs. Fannie Vinitzky of Brooklyn; Mrs. Esther Konczaty of Paris, France, and Mrs. Dorothy Kaufman of Wichita, Kas. Rabbi Rosenbloom, who flew to Denver to be at the bedside of his mother, left Denver Tuesday morning, after arising from "Shiva," and will arrive here some time today. The Rabbi Speaks We present as the guest editor of this column for this week Rabbi Adolph Burger of • one Rodoph Sholom, Tampa. Florida. Palestine Film To Have Premiere New York (WNS)—The dramatic story of the settlement of the more than 150,000 German Jewish refugees in Palestine will be brought to the screen for the first time in this country on Wednesday evening. November 20, when the talking film, "The Land of Promise," produced in Palestine by the Keren Hayesod, has its American premiere at the Astor Theatre. "The Land of Promise" was awarded the international motion picture prize at Rome and has won wide acclaim where it has been shown. The American premiere is being sponsored by a committee of notables of which Albert Einstein is honorary chairman and Nathan Straus is chairman. We read in the Jewish press and bear on the platforms and pulpits that we -lews must be united to fight this or that, etc. No one will dispute that unity is desirable and, to quote the Psalmist, "How good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together." It would be indeed a blessing if we could attain this ideal. But 1 always wondered why it is that the very people who shout from the housetops "unity" are the ones who refuse to be at one with their people? Further, I cannot understand what they mean by unity, after we see how some Jews treat their fellow Jews. And besides, what is the purpose of the unity they are longing for? Recent events in Jewish life have proven that it is as hard to unite the Jews as to bring heaven and earth together. Each organization, whether religious or fraternal, warns its members "the time has come when we must be united, for the wolf is at the door." There is no doubt in my mind that they mean well and are sincere, but I don't understand, if the danger is so great, why do the organizations refuse to amalgamate with one another and become a large, strong body ? 1 am sure that the example would be followed by the masses of the peo. pie. Far be it from me to underestimate the value and the importance of every individual organization, for each one in its sphere is doing good work. But as Jews we ought to consider that there are more important things to do than to fight anti-Semitism. I am afraid that we have gone out of the way to fight the forces that are against US, and at the same time we forget to battle to keep the Jewish soul alive. It is about time that we fight only with one hand and build with the other. We have our youth that must be brought up Jewishly, according to our traditions. We must not instill fear in them. We must not tell them, as expressed by Hemrich Heine, "Judaism is not a religion, but a misfortune." Not religion is the important thing, but lighting anti-Semitism will solve all problems. We must bear in mind that as Jews we cannot live or go on without religion, just as the body cannot live without the soul. 1 am aware of the fact that many will not agree with this thought, but you will agree with me that if our life would be dependent on our Hellenists (too mild a term) we would have been swallowed up a long time ago. The true loyal defenders of the Jews were those who were imbued with the spirit of our religion. IT unity is desirable we must ha ve faith in God and loyalty to Safety Director Denies Report "Emphatically, the entire storyis untrue. I have at no time expressed myself as favoring the registration, photographing and finger printing of residents or tourists of Miami. I do not believe nor will I favor any such methods." Andrew J. Kavanaugh, director of public safety of Miami, in an interview with the editor of the Jewish Floridian. was indignant at the newspaper reports that he had approved Hitler police methods in Miami, as appeared in a local daily yesterday. "My record in public life will belie the statement wrongly attributed to me," said the director. "I was called upon to address the Miami Police Benevolent Association at its banquet Wednesday night and was asked to describe police methods in Europe, which I did. I told of the registration methods in vogue in continental Europe, but did not mention Hitler at any time, and distinctly told my audience that the methods in use in European countries would not be feasible in Miami. I am thankful to the Jewish Floridian for this opportunity to give the true version of what I said." An investigation in which a number of those who were present at the banquet were questioned bore out the truth of Mr. Kavanaugh's statement. Strictly Confidential Mizrachi to Tour America New York (Special)—A delegation of World Mizrachi leaders, headed by Rabbi Mayer Berlin, noted Jewish scholar and writer, will come to this country in January. The European Mizrachi delegation will tour America, in connection with the Mizrachi Palestine Campaign Fund, to be launched in the United States during January, according to an announcement made today by Leon Gellman, acting president of the Mizrachi Organization of America. Special emphasis will be placed on the raising of funds for the further development and expansion of Mizrachi colonies in Palestine, along with the maintenance of the various Mizrachi institutions in the Holy Land which are chiefly devoted to religious and scholastic training. These include some of the most educational units in the Jewish homeland in Palestine. Rabbi Samuel Brodt, president of the Mizrachi Organization of Poland, will be a member of the delegation from Europe. Other members of the group will include an outstanding leader of the German Mizrachi Organization, and a prominent figure from Hapoel Hamizrachi in Palestine, which is composed of youthful religious colonists and pioneers in the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland. Capitol Stuff If certain Republican bigwigs have their way the G. O. P. campaign guns in next year's presidential election will be heavily loaded with the kind of ammunition you'd expect to find only in a Nazi organ All the myths about "Jewish control" of the New Deal, the malicious tales about P. D. R. being of "Jewish" ancestry and similar canards are being dusted off for use Washington sources expect the 1936 campaign to outdo the 1928 election, when the bugaboo of the "Pope over the White House" helped swamp Al Smith Only next year the pope lie will make way for the lie about the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" ... As a matter of fact, this phase of the campaign is already In full blast The Federation of Independent Republicans j is flooding the country with letters containing such statements as | "race and religion have entered the j national scene and will defeat Roosevelt" and "the American people are fully convinced that Jewism and Communism are one and the same and that Roosevelt is the puppet of the Baruchs, the Cohens and the Frankfurters, etc." The stationery on which these letters are printed carried the names of several important Republicans The executive secretary of the outfit distributing this stuff is one Edward James Smythe This is the same Smythe who peddled religious campaign slogans to the Republicans in 1928 and 1932. Judaism without labels. Any other kind of unity would mean pieces of ice, frozen together. Nazi-Iris The latest Nazi propaganda trick in this country is a series of popular songs boosting Hitler One of Broadway's leading song publishers has received (and turned down) six ditties glorifying Der Fuehrer in the last couple of weeks And, incidentally, the Nazi propaganda bureau is responsible for a lot of the more lurid anti-Nazi yarns to give it a chance to deny them later on and shout about "atrocity tales" Since the Nazis blame the Jews for everything, how are Hitler's agents going to explain the shortage of pork and ham in Germany? Judge Jeremiah T. Mahoney, generalissimo of the anti-Olympic forces, is beieng called humanit-Aryan by his friends And speaking of the Olympics, watch for a big receivership scandal in Chicago, which will involve one of the noisiest proOlympicites The ears of a certain Broadway restaurateur are still burning from the castigation he received from Magistrate Brodsky While dining in this gentleman's establishment the magistrate discovered a "made in Germany, 1985" label on the back of one of the dishes Without anj ado Brodsky called the owner and gave him a replica of the famous talk which made the Bwastika an international issue.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox C'ongregation is sponsoring a card party for the benefit of its Talmud Torah fund at the V. M, II. A. building at S. \V. Sixteenth ave. ami Fifth -i.. Sunday evening, November IT. at fc o'clock. The public is urged to attend. Prizes will Inawarded for high -en!.-ai each table an I refreshments will be served. Host%  for the evening will be Mrs. 1. Rosengarten and Mrs. Max Weinberger. Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation arc receiving congratulations on the birth of a son at the Victoria Hospial last Saturday night. Mother and baby are listing nicely. The "Bris," which members of the congregation and friends of the rabbi are asked to attend, will be held Sunday, November 17th, at 10:80 a. m. at the Victoria Hospital. Friday, November is m Word was received here this u ek of the sudden death last Sunday in Louisville, Ky.. of Mr. Myer Herman, father of Mrs. Herbert E. Schcr of this city. Mr. Herman was "lie of the pioneer Jews and communal workers of Louisville and served as treasurer of the Knesseth Israel Synagogue for more than twenty years. • • The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late Harry Greenfield will lie held Sunday afternoon, November 17th, at 2:80 o'clock at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Friends of the family are asked to attend pilMn tend. at la i | invited to atwinter season. The marriage last week of Pauline Lowenkopf, daughter of Mrs. A. Lowenkopf of this city, to Harry Kamins, 11 of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kamins of Miami, was announced hire last week. The couple will W JJJ make their home in Miami. • Mrs. 1. I.. Kosendorf, who ; resenting the Jewish women for the Needlework Guild in Miami, will entertain her captain! at a tea this coming Saturday afternoon, S mber 16th, at .'i o'clock, at her home, 1020 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. All the contributions will then be displayed. The November meeting of the Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare IU will be held Monday, No%  i1Mb. at the Mark Store auditorium at 2 p. m. All niemand new members are requested to attend. The first luncheon of the season will be held at the Cafe Rue de la l'aix, Roney Plaza Hotel, Tuesday, November 19th, at l p. m., with Mrs. Mark Max in charge. Mrs. Ida Optner, president, is again sending out an S. 0. S. call for rummage for the store at 517 N. \V. Fifth st. Those having rummage will please phone any one of the following and your rummage will be called for immediately: Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. J. Simpson, Mrs. Sadie Rose, Mrs. I.. Hartz, Jewish Welfare Bureau, and Mrs. C. Ratner, Miami Beach. T IV/04-3I Sun.-Mon., Nov. 17-1 s .lean Barlow— William Powel Franchot Tone RECKLESS /'. -A., ..frsTwJi?f!W Sun.-Mon.. Nov. 17-18 Jane Withers—Jackie Searle O. P. Heggie GINGER The pledge class of the Theta Phi Omega Sorority of the University of Miami is sponsoring a bridge party Thursday, November 21st, on the mezzanine fl %  of the Alcazar Hotel at -I p. m. Prizes awarded for high scoreB program of VOCal selections will be presented. Refreshments will be served. Miss Micky Harris is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangement-;. A Bpecial meeting of the Workmen's Circle will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall Thursday evening, November 2lst, at 8 ock, when important matters will be discussed. All members aie urged to attend. Rabbi Max Shapiro will leave Tuesday morning for New York, where he will assist in officiating at the marriage of his brother, j Benjamin, on Sunday, November 24th. Rabbi Michael Liechtenstein of Toledo, Ohio, an uncle of the gloom, and Rabbi Kalman Shapiro, father of the groom, will also officiate. The rabbi will return immediately following tho ceremony. • Late Friday evening services at Beth David Synagogue tonight at 8:15 will mark the completion of three years of service to the congregation by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "Three years in the Miami Rabbinate My Dreams and Reality." Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted by the choir, will chant the ritual. Saturday morning the ; Junior Congregation will meet at 10:30, with Junior Rabbi Peritl Scheinberg, Junior Cantor Jack Seitlin anil Junior President Robert Miller in charge of the services. Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach will be hosts at a reception Sunday evening, November 17tb, at 8:1.1 o'clock, in Beth Jacob Synagogue in honor of Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches, who arrived bore last Friday following their marriage in Mobile. A musical program and several addresses of welcome will mark the evening's events. All members of the congregation and Sisterhood and the Jim i iintiiii. HI Mil Ill,III iii'i'i'i"! • %  mm i rntilliii mill n ENTERTAINMENT ANT) DANCE .MIAMI BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB (Originally Scheduled for Homy Plaza Garden) MANNY GATES ORCHESTRA Saturday, Nov. 16 Subscription, §1.10 Couple IIIHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIiMIIlT The civic League of Miami Beach il! sponsor a dance and entertainment at the Miami Biltmore Hotel Saturday night. This dance was originally scheduled for the Roney Plaza Gardens. Arrangements are being made to present a gala floor show and Manny Gates and his orchestra will furnish the music. The committee is composed of William Masur, chairman, assisted by Carl Gardner, who will act as master of ceremonies for the evening. Other members are Theodore J. Reisler, Sidney Weiss. Noel Kars, Simon Cohen, Dr. Edward Roth, Jack Ehrlich, Jack Stern and Murry Grossman, secretary. Popular prices will prevail. In reopening for the current winter season, its eleventh consecutive season, the Sunshine Kosher Market has been completely renovated and tho finest of fixtureinstalled. A complete new and fresh stock of the finest fancy groceries, canned goods, dried fruits, strictly kosher delicatessen and dairy foods has been provided for the public. Appetizers from all parts of the world, strictly fresh smoked fish from the North and all kinds of delicacies will he carried. Irvin Gordon and Harold Pont, who operated the grocery and delicatessen department last year, will again bo in charge. An established policy of providing the finest for the customers at the most reasonable prices and giving service at all times will be followed. In charge of the kosher meats and poultry department is the well known butcher, Philip Romer, who carries the distinction of being the oldest continual local kosher butcher in the Greater Miami area. With him will be a.sociated the well known meat purveyor, Jacob Werner, who is well and favorably known in Florida. A complete stock of the finest Western and Northern killed beef, veal and lamb will be provided at low prices to the consumer, with the assurance of strict kashrus at all times. The vegetable and fruit department will carry a line of strictly fresh vegetables and the choicest of fruits for the table at all times and carrying the finest of fancy fruits for shipping, all at very reasonable prices. This department has established a splendid reputation for service for the past several years. In short, the customer will be provided with the facility of purchasing everything for the table at the most reasonable cost amidst the finest of sanitary surroundings. • • Beth David Sisterhood will hold an important meeting at its Talmud Torah Hall next Tuesday, .November 20th, at 2:30 p. m.. with Mrs. Moses Krieger as the guest speaker. All members are urged to attend. A social hour will follow. Milt, i nun inn i MII i mi iiinmiui iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii $1.00 1 OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT At the MORRIS PLAN 46 W. H.l, r St. Vlne.nl R. B rl., M* "ti A. Friedman, attorney, sociated with the law firm of Raseo & Mo,,,,., \ V ;,s admitted to practice before the United States District Court on motion of Jack Moore this week. Young Friedman is active in the Young Men's I I'd,rew Association and other Jewish communal organizations. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Harris and r ramily of New York and Miami re'_ turned here recently to spend the Plans are being completed for a meeting of the executive committee of the Florida Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen during Chanuka week. This meeting will determine the exact date and agenda of the annual conference of the organization, which will be held in Orlando during January, 1936. The congregational dinner postponed recently because of the storm by Beth David Sisterhood will be held at its Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday evening, December 1st, beginning at 7 o'clock. Full details will appear in our next issue. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Apte and daughter, Miss Alice Apte, have returned to their home here after an extended visit in New York City, Atlantic City and other Eastern resorts. Miss Apte recently completed her studies at Goucher College in Baltimore. • The executive board of the Se ior Hadassah met Friday m ^ in the gardens of the R oyal p^ Club to discuss social activitie, f 0 ,1 the winter season. Plans were made fop a u Year's ball, with Mrs. s. S hoff as chairman. [„ ch the journal will be Mrs £ ar Weinkle and Mrs. Alex Gold !t i' Mrs. Isidor Cohen has been ap pointed chairman of hospitality The first of a series of aH parties was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Nat Blumbcrg when several tables of bridge were j, play. The next party will be held next Tuesday at the home of Mn A. Feinberg at 2:30 p. m A regular meeting of the Boob in Brief Club will be held Monday evening, November lXth, at the home of Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mr* Harry Kotkin will review "Collected Short Stories," by Sinclair; Lewis. Mrs. Louis Heiman *ffl I give the life of a great Jewish per. sonality. Mrs. Victor Hell wiH discuss a current event. A Ju hour will follow. Bwtd/neb SVz Cu. Ft, Westinghouse "" "iiiiiiinii mini mini mini mi nt iimiiuii ntiiuiiii • %  %  %  %  At a $40 Gift Saving llllllllllllllll,..,,!., '•• it iimu „ m mi II iiuiiiiiiiHiiiiiniiimiiiiiN'i 189 50 Sells regularly for $229.50! All-porcelain inside and out. Streamline model, interior light. Five-year guarantee on the Sealed-in Unit (at $1 per year) included in the price. Only $0.08 a month on easy F. H. A. terms. BURDINE'S, FIFTH 11 OOR Jewish Ceremonial Objects for Home and Synagogue F ourth Floor



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Friday November 15, 1985 pjemsti Meridian PUBLISHED EVKKY FRIDAY JEWISH KI.OIUDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2>73 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three Newa Tower Bldg. W, lith Avenue Miami, Pla. EDITORIAL OFFICES) J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. BHOCHET, Circulation Manner (AXT.iK BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative I'hone 2-5304 Phone 2-1188 d cla,a "T^ ffirA 5?VAS I% 6rfice at M "ni "=*: ST. PETERSBURG Al ;!:i \. S. KLEINPELD i ntative WEST PALM BEACH S. SCHUTZER Repn ORLANDO IKENE BRAVERMAN %  ntative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative BUBSCRIP1 ION FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1935 Vul S—No. Hi Ji.oo $2.00 s I 1 1 "" ""Ill" II Plain Talk By AL SEGA L 'Mows Before God" "'" i It was Friday night LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By LOUIS PEKARSKY ( (| ._ London to Hollywood The big news in Hollywood this standing British film units merged. And while we're on the subject of Gaumont-British we must not forgel ti He nt-British Pictures Is forget to mention A. P. Waxmi Rabbi Samuel Wohl of Cincinnati P lonmn S '" m;ll<1, film" in CaliforG-B's advertising counsel and dihad Been such a multitude of Jews ."'''• Al: "' l; "*'"'''• chairman of the rector of publicity, whose most rein a synagogue only on pur, and even on that noiy day there was always room for one v ''' "' All "' lira '" 1 the celebramidtown Hudson tunnel between "" % % %  in the edifice, the Isaac M. ''"" f the com P an y' a lllsl ; "'"'New York and New Jersey into a Temple. In the German Bjm"'-•'">' celebration in this .nunlittle theatre in the raw foi ,. on the altar try with word that he is ncgotiattteps. ing for a production company iu This was no holiday occasion, but '"' established '" California. Acthc weekly service of the eve of eordin 8 l Ostrer, his American Sabbath. Jews had come to weep P roducin B unil win '""<' English financial backing. a special showing HI' (Mi's thriller, "Transatlantic Tunnel," to a %  andhi g and engineers. and Rabbi Wohl's heart took up the sofl Bobbin) i had come for comfort and the German rabbiN voice was like the brave rally of the shofar summoning to courage. 'I hey had lust an old and comEx-Parachute Jumper Rian Jame who ram.' to this Since we ran now look forward town to write newfor the Brookto Gaumont-British films with a "made in Hollywood" tag, let's have a peep at some of the gentlemen responsible for G-B's Buccess. fortable life, he said; within them""' '"'"'' "'' ""' M*anisation is selves they must find compensaMark 0strer > who %  ;1 comparative PWA and Germany pain; had been m Jewish houses Certain officials of (ho Public Works Administration anwnere Dlinda U( drawn, lest enpear to be sublimely unaware lhat the tens of millions of emies ]l ,k liai1 read inscriptions dollars thery are pouring into the states, municipalities and "" businesses once owned by Jews: counties were appropriated by Congress to relieve unem" Thia store is "" u operated by fellii.n. They had come to a great darkness; within themselves, as •lews, was a great light. Rabbi Wohl quite underst I this multitude of .lews in a syna"ii Friday night. He had newcomer in the movie business. Several years ago he and his brothers, who were bankers, became interested in Gaumont-British, which had been making about two pictures a year. The firm dates from the 1890s, when it w is founded in lyn Daily Eagle, has been signed to a long term contract by RKORadio. This studio will now have his exclusive services as a writer and will also be able in assign him to productions as a director or i odirector. .lames is the author of IT published books, including two non-fiction works, "All About New Vork" and "Dining in New V.uk." He has had a colorful and exciting career during the 36 years of his life, lie lias been a parachute been about Germany and felt the l .'" ris by M Gaumont The Engjumper and stunt man. hist,man lish branch came into existence merely as an outlet for pictures in the British Isles. Since Ostler became its dominating figure Gauin the iiiiiii t -British has become a major screen for three British archaelogical expeditions, an air mail pilot, a vaudeville actor and a lieutenant World War. Innumerable plays are credited to the PWA regulations provide that foreign material may be ''"' >ckground, an accusation unIIMCI on PWA projects in orders involving more than $10,000 ,l n i:,lli: "The Mass Murderer and when foreign bids are cheaper by 15 pur cent or more ''""" ,l "' Banning." lhan American bids. PWA officials clai im that the German steel manufacturers made lower bids than their American competitors and therefore the orders went to Germany. This. however, is begging the question. PWA funds are supposed lobe used for relieving Americans and for reviving Amer nan industry. If there is a loophole in the regulations which enables fuhds appropriated by Congress to be diverted from Ihe purpose to which they should be put. then the regulations must be changed. PWA ought to know that the German steel manufacturers can underbid their American competitors only because of the difference between the German ;md American wage scale and because German exports are subsidized by the German government. If these facts are kept in mind and if PWA remembers Rabbi Wohl had been with many German .lews and had seen the hopelessness of doomed men who tomorrow must die. Only those Who were emigrating ... to America, to Palestine smiled. They were the young who could make new stalls; the middle aged and the old sat with folded hands "Wi'ie through! We're through!" Only the aging who had children that Were going away were bright-eyed. The mother looked with glowing eyes at her tWO suns Second only to Ostrer in O-l! is Jeffrey Bernard, also an English .lew. who is general manager, lie came into the movie field shortly before the war with the Motion Picture Sales Agency, later being appointed managing director of the Stoll Film Company. In 1925 he formed inown company while acting as special representative in England for Harold Lloyd. About three years ago he joined Gaumont-British and is now the key man in that organization. The number three man ill G-B is .Michael Iialcon, executive in charge of production. Still a "> it was created, then there should never again be occa" ho 80on „ w ,? re 1 |/ South'*•'•; young man (he's only 39), Balcon sionforthe widespread protests against the inexcusable use ,". a ,; lk 'V "' u k Uod ; entered the motion picture busier federal funds lor the purchase of German goods. H> ; IV esca P ,n %  %  • %  s| %  Wl1 ness as a director for the Victor when they were out of the room. Jews no longer read the daily newspapers which brought only mole pain. The outside world had Let's Get to Work! >Ve do not believe, as some have expressed, that it takes ; ,, do with ail cruelty, with the sholocaust to make Florida Jewry awaken to its duties, and edicts that had set them aside, I" make it realize its obligationsWe still feel that there is with all the tears that ate their Mough decency, sufficient self-respect and Jewish pride hearts. To draw the blinds was within .ill of Florida Jewry that when certain facts are called to shut this out; the outside world 1 their attention, they will do their share towards the genwas in these newspapers into eri ll gOOd. which. .lews were afraid to look. %  Much has been said within recent months regarding the Rabbi Wohl had been to small Jjycott of German goods, and the necessity for keeping the towns where druggists would not %ntpic games out of Germany, but little, too little, has Wjuallj been done towards the accomplishment of this laudwle purpose. Only yesterday a wave of resent arose that grew into family of which a brother had dis*Ud cries of indignation when it became rumored that appeared. Three weeks he was Wet) Director Kavanaugh had spoken words of approval regarding Hitler police methods. Fortunately, this story %  a 'mind lc> be unfounded and untrue. We believe that this |same feeling of our people against anything that savors ot had diminished because dews lived HUlerism can be translated into action with but a little effort in them. He had seen the like of !' n JUr part. It may be true that Rabbis should lead, but it this in American neighborhoods "also axiomatic that rabbis alone can do nothing. which became blighted at the enL At the request of manv of our readers, we now ask that trance of negroes. "Stuermer winJose of our Jewish people "who feel that they want to aid in dows" (lull of defamation) were $6,000? Oh. that is good! ,ht 't'Mablishment of a German bovcott movement in Florida, being dedicated, like shrines, by y ou give your 16,000 to the reic 1 bank, which with it will buy (5,000 ;oods to sell in ese goods have sell medicine to Jews, where gro.'.ould not sell them food, lie had felt the wild fears of a Jewish The rabbi had heard that the value of certain apartment houses because .lews lived outfit iii England. Later he became connected with the Gainsborough Picture Company, then the largest in Britain, after the World War. lie reached his present post in 1927, when a number of the outThe old could stumble through this darkness, since they had not far to go. Death would release I hem in no long time. But these children Life had become like the prisoner's who in his solitude comes to meditate only on ways of escape. Life had become a matter of hunting for small crevices which might offer a gleam of light toward escape. The Palestine Bureau in this German city was always full of frantic people hunting a way out. "Yes, yes, my dear friend," said the youngest men filling a high executive position in the motion picture industry. He came to Hollywood in his teens after getting i hooling in his native Pittsburgh at DeWitt Clinton High school iii New Vork. Visitors to the RKO-Radio studio, where he is a producer, are surprised at his youthful appearance until they see the penetrating keenness of his dark eyes and the brisk manner in which he talks. From his start as assistant director he soon turned to the editing end and became a film editor. Berman's first knowledge of the production end was gained by working in that department. Eater he became the head of the film cutting department. His ability was soon recognized and he was chosen as assistant to William Le Baron, subsequently filling the -ame position for David 0. Selznick. Berman drives a tiny coupe and loves to play tennis. %  town readers are asked to write in by air mail or wire. A %  Utewide conference will be arranged. LETS GET TO WORK NOW! they would be leaving the elementary schools and the high schools (gymnasia) did not want them. you escape. Rabbi Wohl had been in the schools of the Jugendhilfo where, from all over Germany, groups of Jewish children had been gathered to be made ready for life in Palestine. They were envied. Children with hopes! Children with dreams: The eyes of other children Were like dead eyes with 110 dreams in them. So the rabbi could well understand this multitude of .lews coming to God in the synagogue on Friday night. In the past, God had become a distant abstraction the Nazi government, "Happy are among .lews in Germany, as everywe to let you out. It is only a where else. lie had been One mattei of |5,000. Ha\e you whom many could not be sure about; sometimes they thought hsthey saw Him vaguely, at other times He seemed lost altogether. lie was like a thick, dissolving cloud. Philosophers had made Him loo deep to understand and Jews who attempted to approach Him fell into His profundity and were return your proceed to Palestine. Thus, my friend, you sec how you will serve the German lost. reich, which is so kind as to let (Continued on Page -1)



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Papc Four THE JEWISH FLORIMAN Friday, Novemh,.,. ir,, ,;,;,30C _X_X_X_X. $aMo #gn*gag Section Edited by RABBI s. M IIACHTE1 and D rtcfcir, Radio Rynaffog erf America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLOIi.il \ Plain Talk (Continued from Page 3) SERMON DELIVERED ON SI NOW NOVEMBER 1(. 1935 "Memories Must Live!" Scripture Reading, Deut., Chapter XXV, Verse* 17-19, Inclusive. As the I Id of the Promised Land, tluy were given i 1 ip a king foi did 1 l and era remi mbrance of I The rabbis tell us thai the 1ai liti s turned to God and said, "You tell us to remember to erase the memory of Amalek, to eradicate the Amalekitea from the earth; bul we are only flesh and blood; we are temry, You are %  to erase 1 he Amalekites." To which God replied, "It is only necessary that you read this portion concernini N ea h year, and I shall reckon it unto you as if you had %  ame from the world." Normally, I would say. "Remember only the pleasant things of life. Shut it a epress ng thoughts from your But, at Ci %  %  Uidrash tells us, God consult! rtgels and asked them those qualities with which mortal man should be the suggest; i i was the il that man Mel God ruled that OUt, saying, "If man were B erfect memory, retaining always in his ousness the : tunes, he would make no proj If the child, learning to walk, would alwa pain of his first fall, he would i if the woman's memory would alwa) s keep before her i hildbirth, she would r." Then one of the ai red the thought that man be created with Forgetfulness, I too, God rejected, offering :.His r< as n the theory thai ndowed entirely with lid burn himself w and would again expose hin | that man would make sei is blui l< -. fo es, and would again and Thi man as I ess, W e remem• • 5. But. im his Ye tO :• t and disastrous i lelude t time: thai • where : .. I 1 lesome, es must be %  y who which Thi %  i acy." at 1 lal i ;. m .' [ am not oi M "P I I %  not fight a war n, nor will 1 ave permitted 1 W didn't "ha: %  those who need %  :. nation wa ... the dd not WE MUST REMEMBER! Tl ist nol elegated 1 [ MUST ist rei es with 1 fulnes. I There a it our | ii ntly strong sense of B n the general : %  %  N'atioi not go 1 wa The ned by those v ind to gaii .%  ai it of history; ting; 1 B w, in their travail, they knew Him again. He was again the consoling Cod • B rs. He was the One who had guided Israel through darknesses as black athis. He givi II courage in all the times i and had brought dewinto Erhts. There was verity again in the comforts of the Jewish prayers which, in other times, dewreal with inner questionings: "Can I believe thi'.' Is this true? Can Imy intelligence accept this?" Rabbi Wohl saw Israel humbly and with one heart prostrated before God. • After the service he went with a group of the congregation to the German rabbi's house. There the darkness fell away and the outside world receded and was no longer a dreadful shadow. They sang Jewish songs of hope and Jewish songs of joy and they felt no loss of the old life of which had been despoiled. This seemed life enough, this Jewish life which expanded their hearts, which gave itself in resoundin* selves they could find compel tion for the world that ha lost; within themselves was a „-,.,..' light to dispel the darkness inn, which they had been east. Closed Saturdays Phone2-2l3] DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST Office Hour* • 9:00 A. M. lo Ki(( p || 1744 N. W. 86th St, Miami, pi,. lie thought he'd 'list, perhaps, Off-hand like just as I— Was out of work had sold his traps— No other reason why. i'es; quaint and curious war is! Vou shoot a fellow down You'd treat if met where any bar is. Or help to half-a-crown. Armistice Day should not be devoted in the main to paying homage to our her>>< -. They will have died in vain if we do not profit by the n of the past. Our cry tomorrow, and every day, must be, "This shall not happen again!" Let us resolve never again to be fooled by the pn not to be carried away by waves of war hysteria, not to be shanghaied onto battle fields; let us resolve to k. i for US the memory of the horrors of war. not its doubtful %  -'lory; and. above all. we must insist on looking behind the scenes of any war which beckons to us. We ARE human beings. Wo AIM-! NOT rattle to %  BUgl 'er. Ours :not "to do and die"—at least intil we "reason why'.'" If those who plan and plot wars think so much of Valhalla, let them • .it among themselves. They have no right to entice the sons %  'i with promises of halofor heroes, medals for bravery and posthumous honor-. There are few international problems that cannot be ai -ration, if all pa ek justice, and justice only. But, wars are only a means of throttling opposition to injustice, why J to war'.' Do 1 appear unmindful of the sacrifices of those who rest in Flanelds'.' I AM NOT. But, my gratitude towards ihem is not be. have accomplished what they had set out to do. They and, not because they did not give their all. They did. But they failed in the accomplishment of the goal for which they hich they had in mind -the noble idealism thai was n them by the "morale builders" in the armed forces. They. "ailed in tha Dili accomplish the object for which they, 1 wingly, fought. They did insure victory for those who were imental in sending them to their untimely graves. The men inciple; they did not give their lives for their country; they died in the cause of someone's personal greed and avarice; they fought in a war for the special int. rests who profit' d From the %  who stood to lose BO much if the victory had gone the other way. The} -ain or lose. We. the citizens of the a money financed the experiment we took no chance-. We had no chance to gain or lose. We lost either way ,Don't i iin. 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Frid8 y, Nove mber 15, 1935 Jacksonville News U r and Mrs. Sam Feldman of Minitowoc, Wis., announce the en,.„, 0 f their daughter, Hose, ^Louis Harry Kushner, son of Sarah Goldberg of Jacksonyj sa Feldman was graduated • Lincoln Hitrh school in Jlanitowoc. Mr. Kushner attended naval High school. The date of Iding has not been set. The Daughters of Israel held tbeir regular meeting last week in the auditorium of the Jewish Center, Mrs. Joseph Hackel presided. Thl opening prayer was given by Mrs. Perry Kantor. Following the business meeting u n T. M. Schneider introduced in. Henry Mark, who addressed ,... mblage on "111 Effects of Dental Neglect" Dr. Mark gave s hort resume of the history of dentistry and of its present development. Th, trophies awarded to Mrs. W. C. Bayless alid Mrs. Ray Wilwinners for the month in the Hadassah bridge tournament ted during the last month large and beautiful silver cups. Runners-up, Mrs. Bruce %  and .Mis. T. H. Harrison, i d large silver cups. Small cups were given to the of the weekly high scores. %  week, Mis. Lucy CarringMiss Beatrice I'eiser, Mrs. Archie Puldy and Mrs. N. Shori week, -Mi.-, W. C. Bay. Kay Williams. Mis. Ilarand Mrs. .1. Strauss. Third week, Mrs. Bruce Pudger, Mrs. T. II. Harrison. Mrs. \V. E. and -Mrs. Hay Williams. Fourth week, Mrs. Bruce Fudger, Mr-. T. 11. Harrison, Mrs. W. C. Bayless and Mis. Kay Williams. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five STATEWIDE NEWS West Palm Beach Mi-, and Mrs. Max Davis of St. Petersburg, Fla., spent the Armistice holiday here. The local Young Judeans met Wednesday evening al • h ime of Estelle Davidson. Officers elected were: Charles Kapner, prcsident; Albert Moss, vice president; Helen Muss, secretary; Harry Moss, treasurer; Albert Greenblatt, monitor; Ben Kapner. sergeant-atarms, and Florence Schutzer, director of publicity. A benefit card party sponsored by Sisterhood Beth El was held last Sunday at the h %  .if Mrs. Irving Mcis... Mr. ami Mrs. Ben Ryder of Garden ave. have as their guests Mr. Ryder's uncle, aunt and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Munis and Miss Mae Morris, from Albany, N. Y. St. Petersburg Notes Cong, li'nai Israel will hear A. s. Kleinfeld, rabbi, at services Friday evening at K o'clock, when he will preach en "The Need of Universal Peace." Saturday morning services begin at :i o'clock. Mr. .1. L. Young has left for Xeu York on a business trip. An election of officers took place during the past week. Their names and the names of all appointed committees will appear in the next issue of tin. Jewish Floridian. Orlando Notes Tampa Notes Dr. and Mrs. I. It. Einbinder announce the birth of a daughter, November Ith. at the Tampa Municipal Hospital. Daytona Beach Notes Mrs. Sylvia Wasscrman was surprised with a party honoring her birthday Sunday evening. Mrs. Florence Reed WBS hostess at her home on Volusia ave. Miss Minna Agrees ami Mrs. Saffer won prizes for games. Other guests included Miss .Marian Rutberg, Miss Hsta Saffer. Miss Mollio Stein. Miss Marian Levey. Mr-, .lack Goldstein, Mrs. William Sirkin, Mrs. C. < ilo Shemer, Mrs. Joseph Rutberg. A buffet supper was served. Miss Dorothy Dozier Oppenheimer has arrived from Philadelphia and Gloucester, Ma--., to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Oppenheimer, ion Crescent place. -Mrs. Joe Mnsiat the Good Samaritan Hospital under ob t ion. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Yorschlci-er and their daughter, Miss Sadie VerBCI leisei. returned to their home in I'alm Beach. Servicein both Temple Beth Israel (Reform), on Broward ave., and in Temple Beth El, on Fern St.. will he held tonight at 8:15 o'clock. The annual Thanksgiving dance of the Daughters of Israel will be held Thursday nijrht, November the Jewish Center, it was announced by Mrs. Sam Datz, chairman. Elaborate plans have been made to make this affair a most sucone. The large Centoballroom will be decorated for the d everyone Is assured of a must entertaining evening. William Silverman will be maseremonies. Serving on the commitii o with Mrs. Datz are Mrs. A. I". Si i r, co-chairman, and Mrs. Ben Setz r, Mrs. O. Magozis, Mrs. J. Landau, Mrs. Hy Safer. Mrs. B. 1'.. Yoffee, Mrs. Isadore Moscoj v 'tz. Mis. II. Setzer, Mrs. Ben Mrs. M. Margol and Mrs. Sam I Thk. ts may he secured from any members. The subcommittee in eharge of tickets is: Mrs. Mrs. Sam Datz, Mrs. Ben Baker, Mrs. Hy Safer, Mrs. A. Becker and Mrs. B. B. Yoffee. A meeting of Balm Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, was held Monday night. Reports of committees were heard. A report was rendered by the chairman of the Jewish Book Shelf committee. Close to forty members were present. Two new members were introduced and several new candidates were proposed. A social hour followed the meeting. "i 'hitrude Lieberman and Ann Sentler were hostesses recently in tin Party House at a lingerie honoring Miss Dora Shapiro, who-, %  engagement to Raymond Brice was recently announced. Bridge and pokeno were played an,i Prizes were awarded to Mrs. "' Bork, Mrs. I. M. Eiebcreman, M| M. Sobel, Miss Rosalyn Ma'"I -Miss Jeanette Lazarus. in the evening a buffet supI"' 1 Was -orvecl. Members of the social committee of the Sisterhood are: Mrs. L. Berlack, Mrs. Sarah Hani-, Mrs. I. I.. Kaplan. Mrs. L. Klepper, Mi-. G. Lippman, Mrs. Hugo Mark. Mrs. Sydney Meyer, Mrs. Y. E. Jacobs, Mrs. L. S. Joel, Mr-. L. 1'. Lippman. Mrs. Max Moss, Mis. Archie Puldy, Mrs. Joel Richard, Mrs. doe Schulhoper, Mis. R. I.. Seitner, Mrs. Belle Stomaken, Mis. G. Strenc;. Mrs. Stanley Harris and Mrs. I. Wood. The officers and members of the Orlando Police Department Relief at ion. under the guidance of Chief of Police Frank Karel, president, a88isted by Detective L. S. Rose, firsl vice-president; Detective Howard I. Brown, executive try; Sergeant Frank C. Welch, treasurer of the a iat have completed elaborate plan the association's fifth annual gala masquerade festival and floor show, which will he held in the city auditorium Thursday. December 12th. In conjunction with the masquerade hall there will be a floor -how comprising artistic talent gathered from night clubs and cities throughout the state. Personal appearances of celebrities will enhance the occasion. Prizes will consist of trips, traveling LTUWIIS. silver cups and a lone; list id' other gifts interesting enough to intrigue the most fastidious of the artistic talent appearing on the program. Prizes will be included for the most beautiful and th" most unusual masquerade costume. I Ither awards will he for the mo-t comical woman'.or man's costume. The unmnskiny at midnight will follow the judging


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Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, November 15,1935 M'LLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 X. E. 19th St. UK. JACOB II. KAPLAN Rabbi I chase a foreiegn money order, payable at any of the thousand TorjrK. The tion. Library—The library is now in first class order under the able sin stores in the L. s. a. management of Mrs. A. Levin, and company, of course, irffl send the the children of each class are inremittance to the rorgsin stow terested in borrowing and reading nearesl to the place where the mber of magfriend or reli disaneient neeropolis of for many years in light on the burial children of Israel Agency that the books. There are a nur azines of Jewish interest JernssJen order to ^ customs of the t0 W the Pafco, O88U1 contained in well kept which were also found 1 avea specimeiu It is the BCOpe and breadth of of pottery used as funei of the Amerments. t pusThe ossuaries bore such I play which may be read, and these, the foreign service of the as well as the books of the library, ican Express that makes at the disposal of the members sible to send gifts to friends and tions In Hebrew and Gr. of the congregation whenever they relatives thousands of miles away. "Martha, daughter of Annias.Mariam (showing the proper of the name in those ::,. 2nd. SERVICES o : ibbath wa • in N'ovembei ill :. on B( %  ic light, i 8:15 p. m. le. e a report on of Jews at WilliamsI by Herman 1 pie Beth X. V., from an ad in Washington, D. C, • • %  | %  ,... home t" you as n foi reduced memand lack of financial su ations is the ligious work, there is no congregaand trustion in the country that has a finer Many nun feel thai after group of teachers than in Temple achieved the distinction Israel. Men and women of fine dent or trustei attainment and Jewish : are doing work in each of ... the cla to atti nd monthly is not 1 nough. that when a man assumes GENERAL man sang, accompanied by Mrs. Hannah Ascher. The first card of the season was planned early in December, with Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs. Morris Plant as chairmen. Date to be anDr. Kaplan spoke nounced later. N'ext regular meetThursday evening, November 7th, ing of the Sisterhood will be held at Bayfront Park at a gathering of „ish to borrow. We hereby invite The company operates a .ham ol fices throughout the world. through which the thousand.of the men and women of Temple Israel to become acquainted with our library. for many years art ravels to all cumin Kaplan Hall on Monday, Decemthe unemployed, at which the prinpal speaker was Hej wood Broun. o \i the Unity Centre in Dallas S( IIOOL i.. u k ir. Kaplan ua> to present Mr. Broun to the audience, but as he did not appear. Dr. Kaplan himI pie have ranged their ti ies. Soviet Russia, which is gaining in po] IS a goal for travelers, is easily na.hed through the arrangements of the American Expn --. There are special tours to the C S. S. i:.. as well as journeys to other pints of Europe that inlude a visit to Russia. %  -Utility his wo My hobby a I arc the fountain head an I Syna;'... %  am J. Feldman, Hal "Si l id a fa : members and activ"Thi .:, • 1 5 lay?) a %  a '-1. at city, where ires. So I led an invithe chef to come and a dinner for them. He was are no 1 ffort. He was He utdo himself. The chef In .. -ei hood as well as ;:.• board of Temple Israel, Dr. Kaplan said thai with -elf was pressed into service and the ,• or Six COnI !" delivered a lecture on "The ations in the Reform world in Common Denominator of All ReliAmerica today, which are in tig'ns. ; !ion to engage full time pecially prepared for reAmericans who wish to send a gift to their friends or relatives in the !'. S. S. I(. are finding the facilities of the American Express Company of great aid in handling remittances to the Torgsin. This world-wide travel company specializes in the sale of foreign remittances. With no trouble al all one may go to any of their many American offices and pur1 nearth Ossuaries Bearing Names ol New Testament in Palestine The confirms ass meets lay morning at 11 o'clock in the rabbi's -tudy. A meeting of the mothers of the onfirmation class was held in the rabbi's study Tuesday morning, at which time the rabbi exI to them that he would like ; lay evening dinmai Is and their pareni 1 acquaint them with the beautiful spirit of a true ith dinner in a Jewish hum.', in th these children irents to hold in their hmne each Krida. a : and •. achers' meeting ; in the rabbi's study on Monday evening. Many subdiscussed, and the next n. r the year %  VVi day h month. 1 om s to '.'. %  -' meeting will be held ft lip. 111. Temple The board of the Temple met l evening at 8 Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) Ossuaries dating back to several centuries before the destruction of alem, and bearing Hebrew inscriptions recalling the nomenclature of the New Testament, have just been uncovered in a number %  iibs in eaves on a hill and in the Valley of Kedron outside the old city of Jerusalem, it was learned by the I'aleor Agency, Dr. Eliezer Sukenik, profesor of archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, who has been conducting an exploration of the Ionic, Jonathan, Simoi ilar to those mentioned inthi Testament. Remarkably well p,,. served skeletons were found oral of the ossuaries. This taut archaeological discov* expeced to throw light on the i u Cial problems of the Jew. period, according to Dr, Sukenik who said that the Heb sity intends to undertake anthw. pological measurements with jpecial instruments that wen chased recently. Excellent!} served in the original brown pigments with which the; were painted two thousand ago, the ossuaries are dec with rosettes, flowers and rical designs. The discovery of the ossuaries is the second extraordinary archaeological find to be made this year. Last May archives with Hebrew inscriptions corroborating tin 1 Bible during tl riod of the Kingdom of Judah uncovered in the ancient city of Tel Adduweir by a British archeological expedition headed by .1. L. Starkey, NOW OPEN FOR THE EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE SEASON : many days and nighl -. He and toibd. At last the o'clock. In I f the presthe dinner came and all ident Mr. Herebert U. Feibelman, The | lat. wee -ei, Mr. Isaac L. rin, vice-president, able was spt ad, All was in presided. Dr. Kaplan presented to ruests. 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•i, November 15, 1935 .May MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ [iar Reader: Perhaps it is bml by now. It is befitting at this time to „ t acquainted with the various ,,,nimittees and members who have tn selected to take charge of the toest "Y" affair of the year. L, as you know, or should know, i. the fourth annual dance that is t, be held December 4th at the leiutiful Miami Beach Country Program committee: Chairman, Pallott: Hyman Apte, Sam fchmdell. Al Berkowitz. Seymour I Joe Greenberg and Harry JohwartzTicket committee: Chairtan. Nat Blumberg; Oscar ArginLr. Manny Tietler, Adolph Haimes, tarry Apte, Jules Wilson, Louis Lfer and Harry Schwartz. Re[ n committee: Chairman, Alt' Grossman; Phillip Berkowitz, lorry Cross man, Al Rosenfeld, Sol fcotfort and Al Reisman. Entertainment committee: Chairman, Back Apt.-: Sam Shindcll, Sey piur Kaplan, Joe Segal, Ben SciI ind Leo Lipowsky. Publicity I an, Boris Schlaehman. THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Seven SOCIETY Reception and refreshment committee of the Y. M. II. A. dance. Reading from left to right: Philip Berkowit*. Hyman Apte. Al Reisman, Marry Grossman, Al Grossman and Jack Apte Don't lose any time in getting M. Machtei, Rabbi Julius Washer, your tickets. Only nineteen day-Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Miss Bea remain. Silver. Following the debate, the I verdict in favor of the negative i A special meeting of the board WM ren dered by Rabbi Dr. Kaplan, I of directors of the V. M. ||. A. wh pofce brlefl y a nd humorously. will IK." held at the clubiooms SunMr. J. Louis Shochet, who presided, then presented the negative deday, November 17th, at 1:30 p. m. haters with gifts of rolling pins, Mrs. AI Mechlowitz receiving the A special meeting of the ticket Igift on behalf of her husband, while committee will be held at the home of the chairman, Nat Blumberg. 1251 S. W. Fifth st, Friday, November 15th, at 8:15 p. m. All members are urged to attend. The Young Men's Hebrew Association clubrooms were filled to capacity Wednesday night when wm •' r ank Naldi, comedian, and gifts of lemons were presented to the debaters for the affirmative. Others who spoke were Al Grossman, president of the "Y"; E. A. Pallott, chairman of the fourth annual dance committee, and Boris Schlaehman, executive director of the organization. Entertainers The Miami Beach Kosher Market, at 829 Collins ave., Miami Beach, is now open for the eighth consecutive season. The store has been enlarged, completely renovated, and every arrangement provided for the convenience of the customer. The grocery and delicatessen department is under the management of the popular Jack Wucher, with whom there is now associated Mr. A. Lynn, in charge. Mr. Wucher, who has been a resident of this area for a long number of years and connected with a number of the prominent food stores, has provided an unexcelled line of everything in foods and delicatessen, and a complete stock of dairy foods. They are exclusive agents for the Barnet Brodie Genuine Kosher Meat Products, and Sticit's Mat'/.os. Rev. S. Guttman, tin' well known shoched, is in complete charge of the poultry department. Guttman has served as shoched in the Greater Miami area since his arrival here and has been active' in Miami Beach communal affairs. He will personally supervise and be responsible for the poultry department. Only the finest of strictly kosher Western beef, lamb and veal will be handled in the meat department, in charge of Joe Reisman, pioneer kosher butcher of this area. Louis Hendel, the veteran fruit and vegetable man, will be in charge of and operate the fruit and vegetable department. I A complete delivery system is provided for the benefit of the emtomers. • • The annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau for tho election of officers will be held Wednesday evening, November -7, at Kaplan Hall at 8 o'clock. Reports of the work of the past year will be submitted preceding the election of officers. All Miumians are Urged to attend. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "The Modern Sodom." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading and a question box. TORGSIN GIFTS Those of you in surrounding as well as the local folks, It ire making plans to attend I da "ccasion can make your serrations now by writing Boris kchlachnian at 1567 S. W. Fifth Lor telephone 2-965!) or 5-2688. The Women's Division is to have I:election of officers November pith. The present officers, Bea Elver, Nell Lehrman and Sylvia fcreenfield, have done commendable pork in making the women's group in outstanding one and deserve pue consideration at election time. The Junior Division once again lad its meeting called off on ackount of darkness. There positively will be light at the next meetb& or else, bring your own canps or lamps. Humor a la mode: Harry Smart, Ike caretaker of the "Y," was givIn quite a scare Tuesday night. He Itard a continued knocking at the f""t and immediately awoke from i deep dream of peace, and with candle in his hand hurried to rv who was there. As he reached the door he heard MW Litvoks voice mumble: "Open pis door, smart guy; it's a stick•ais naturally made Harry friendly with the villain, who fried him by his last name. "What f>.vuu want?" asked Harry of the ptlgator, "1 want to know where P>y, Al Pilot, that calls him'f the pool champion, is." Harry time in obliging and immeNely arranged for a best five 1 of nine game series. I do not p s h to divulge the name of the ptvok, but imagine his embarrasspnt when he wa taken into camp P A with five straight losses. rto't you, Sam Shindell? the debate on "Death Is Preferable to Marriage" attracted an unusually large audience. Upholding the affirmative in fervent speeches were Sheldon Dubler, Milton Friedman and Dan Seppler. Waxing eloquent in defending the negative were Al Mechlowitz, K. Al Pallott and Abe Aronovitz. Judges were Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi S. BISCAYNE CARPET CLEANERS Work Called for and Delivered D*y or Night Service 2975 S. W. Eighth Street Ph. 2-1216—.{-1074 TERMITE EXTERMINATION W. D. MURPHY TERMITE CO. 100 N. E. Jill. St. Phone 2-4307 Joseph iKields, Yiddish dramatic tenor, who sang several numbers. FEDER\L SAVINC C ANO LOAN : ro B r i L i) KOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. 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Page Eight THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Society Jacob Alter, winter visitor to .Miami tor the past five yean, died here several wicks apo after a brief illness. Mr. Alter, who was a native of Hungary, came t" <'hit-ajTO more than forty years ago, where He established the Alter Light Co. Hesoon became active in Jewish communal and civic afra and for a long time served ;. treasurer of District Grand Lodge No. C of B'nai B'rith, the iition lie occupied at the time of his death. IK' was a member of Sinai Temple in Chicago and of a number of fraternal and charitable organizations. Interment was in Sinai Temple plot in Chicago. He is survived by his widow, three sons, Harry. I.eo and Arthur, and a daughter, Mrs, Gizella Kahn. The widow and daughter are Bpending the winter in Miami Bi ach. Among those who sent condolences to the family were Adolph Cohen, international president of B'nai B'rith. Theta Chi Omega sorority held its formal pledging service Sunday at the sorority rooms in the Hu apartments. Miss Audrey Rothenberg, preside:-.;, conducted the candle light ceremony. Pleducs arc ilias Evelyn Alpert, Miss Rosalyn Daum, Miss Gladys Kirshbaum, Miss Adele Segall, Miss Frieda Speizman, Miss Betty Lasky, Miss Ruth Orlin, Miss Josephine Goodman, Miss Beatrice Hani.-, Mi-Estelle Kasanoff and Miss Barbara Wertheinur. Miss Kirshbaum is president of the pledge class, Miss Lasky vicepresident and Miss Daum secretary,treasurer. A meeting of .Junior Hada sab was held Monday evening at the : Beth David Talmud Torah. Plans were formulated for the annual turkey trot, to be held Thanksgiving eve, November 28th, at the Hotel Alcazar roof garden. A gala evening of entertainment is being planned. Miss Doris ClOmer is chairman of the affair and i1M be as.-isted by Miss Reggie Goldstein, Miss Eva Denaburg, Miss Ann Schweitzer. Miss Ida Engler, MisNorma Marcus, Miss Myra Goodkowsky, Miss Beck Nash and Mrs. Sol Rot fort. Mi-Rose Newburg was appointed publicity chairman. Mrs. .lack I.eff. hospitality chairman, extended her greetings to the new members and visitors. In honor of the day an Armistice Hay program was given. Mrs. Murry Grossman, program chairman, began the entertainment with the assembly singing patriotic songs. Mi>s Evelyn Kane played on the violin. '-Songs My Mother Taught Me, rarantel" and -Dark Eyes," accompanied at the piano by Miss Ruth Buchell. Mrs. Maurice Alpert of tin' SeilI ounc j| ,,f Jewish Women then gave her greetings, and spoke on "The Young Women in the Peac< Movement." Mr. Al Grossman, president oJ the Young Men's Hebrew Association, was then called upon, and talked on "The Importance of a Jewish Community Center." Following the meeting a BOCial hour was enjoyed. The next meeting of the organization will he held Monday evening, November 25th, at the Beth David Talmud Torah. lovie^L ssiw*' This is the story of a song. The song is •'Reckless," which began as a song, yet one that grew Paris (WNS)— The possibility that anti-Hitler forces throughout the world will he united in a new body under the leadership of Ileinrich Bruening, former chancellor of Germany, opened here with the announcement that leaders of the Gei-man Socialists and Communists have invited him to take command of the Anti-Nazi front. and grew until it has become one of the most spectacular musical J^y^Novem ber 15, numbers introduced through medium of motion pictures Jerome Kern, dean of Amer c J composers, wrote it and gav e j,.v title of the picture, "Reckless",? Melro-Goldwyn-Mnyer musical a travaganza that co-stars Jean Hi low and William Powell and o M Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre '•Reckless" is a glamorous n, Bical drama of Broadway's b* Btage and the upper strata of „ ciety. The cast includes Franch, Tone, May Rohson, Ted Healy ft I'ondloton, Robert Light, RoVa^ Russell and Henry Stephenion. Jane Withers, the kid who pro* herself a complete annoyance i "Bright Eyes," has the title ro! in Fox Film's latest comedy sue. cess, "Ginger," which opens Son day at the Seventh Avenue The atre. When Jane, the little, independ ent, self-reliant product of Kinti ave., is taken into the Park avj home of the pampered Jacki: Searl, there's a swell clash witi a world of comedy. 0. P. Heggi gives an outstanding pcrformam as Jane's foster uncle and KatbJ erine Alexander and Walter Kis provide an unusual romance Jackie Searl's parents. NOW FORMJLL Y OPEN! Beginning Our Eleventh Consecutive Season of Service to the Public DELICATESSEN A complete line of kosher delicatessen and fancy groceries, including every variety of smoked and pickled meats; dairy prodtuts, both local and imported, affording the choicest obtainable; all kinds of dried fruits. Smoked fish, herring and every appetizer obtainable. Under the direction of Irvin Gordon and Harold Pont. ERUITS AND VEGETABLES Choice fruits and vegetables, fresh from the groves and gardens daily. A complete assortment to enable the housewife to make her choice with ease. The Most Completely Equipped and Finest Kosher Market in the South, Where Service, Quality and Economy Go Hand in Hand WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEPARTMENTS HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS OUR SPECIALTY Your Shopping Will He a Pleasure When You Visit the SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET 434-436-438-440 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 5-3552 FREE DELIVERIES A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWLSH WEEKLY
VA8-N0. 16
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 193
Jewish News
Around the
World
Price Five Cents
protests Flood Washington Over
pW A Steel Order to Germany
Washington (WNS)The White
House, members of Congress and
officials of the Public Works Ad-
ministration are being bombarded
rith indignant protests from all
of the country as a result of
the disclosure by organized labor
and American steel manufacturers
that the United States government,
through the PWA, has bought an
important order of steel from Ger-
many for the construction of PWA
at Morehead City, N. C,
and New York City. Notwith-
standing the fact that Congress
voted the PWA funds to relieve
unemployment in this country, the
Kloecker Steel Corporation, 75
West st., New York City, import-
ers of steel from Germany, re-
ceived the two orders, one for
1.G0O tons of German sheet steel
piling valued at $91,000, for the
Forehead City bridge, and the oth-
er for 1."ii),000 pounds of sheet
piling valued at $20,000, for
use in the construction of the
Queens approach of the great Tri-
borough bridge in New York,
which will link Manhattan, Bronx
and Queens.
In defending its approval of the
orders to Germany, PWA spokes-
men said that the law provides that
borrowers of PWA funds could buy
foreign material where the value
of the order is $10,000 or more, and
the price is 15 per cent less than
any domestic quotation. American
steel manufacturers declare that
this differential is not enough to
protect American industry because
of the disparity between the Amer-
ican wage scale and that of Ger-
many, and also in view of German
government subsidies to their steel
fabricators. The American manu-
facturers also claim that the orig-
inal specifications for the two
bridges were changed and that
originally these would not have
Permitted the use of foreign steel.
Because of the widespread protests
the PWA has shifted the blame to
':' Morehead City officials and to
''' Triborough Bridge Authority,
who have received allotments from
PWA. For the time being the
contract for the New York bridge
en held up and the steel com-
and labor plan to make the
matter a national issue unless the
two contracts are cancelled. Labor
are preparing to take pho-
jographs of the German steel when
11 arrives in New York and Caro-
"M and distribute them through-
out the country.
Geneva (WNS)-Representatives
" leading Jewish agencies from
ountries in Europe are ex-
in Geneva at the end of this
mnth for an informal conference
'blema connected with the
"''nan-Jewish refugee problem.
The conference is expected to se-
1 the committee of Jewish ex-
that will draft plans for ad-
1 refugee aid to be laid be-
eagoe of Nations in ac-
wdance with its request.
Rabbi's Mother
Dies in Denver

Last Wednesday morning Mrs.
Rachel Leah Rosenbloom, aged 69,
wife of Rabbi E. L Rosenbloom of
Denver, and mother of Rabbi Da-
vid 1. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Beach, died
at her home in Denver, Col., fol-
lowing a long illness.
She was the daughter of the fa-
mous Rabbi David Guttman of
Piotrokow, Poland, and the de-
scendant of a long line of rabbis.
She arrived in Denver with her
husband and family in 1924 and be-
came actively identified with many
religious and charitable organiza-
tions, among them the old Talmud
Torah, of which she was an hon-
orary member; the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Talmud Torah, the Li-
nas Hatzedek and the Beth Israel
Old Folks' Home. Her home was
the meeting ground for Jews of
all shades and where the needy
stranger knew he would be aided.
The funeral was the largest held
in recent years in Denver, with all
Denver rabbis officiating in the
services. Following the services
at the residence, 2810 Colfax ave.,
the cortege went to the following
synagogues, where psalms and
prayers were recited: Zera Abra-
ham, Hooker Street Synagogue,
Hebrew Educational Alliance, the
Old Folks' Home Synagogue, Zera
Israel, Ostrover Beth Jacob, the
Old Talmud Torah, the Twenty-
fourth Street Synagogue and the
Beth Midrash Hagodol. Interment
was in the Rose Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Rosenbloom is survived by
her husband, Rabbi E. L. Rosen-
bloom of Denver, three sons, Rev.
Jacob Rosenbloom of New York,
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of
Miami Beach, Rev. S. J. Rosen-
bloom of Denver, and five daugh-
ters, Mrs. Dora Aronovich of
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Regina
Grossglick of Poland; Mrs. Fannie
Vinitzky of Brooklyn; Mrs. Esther
Konczaty of Paris, France, and
Mrs. Dorothy Kaufman of Wichita,
Kas.
Rabbi Rosenbloom, who flew to
Denver to be at the bedside of his
mother, left Denver Tuesday morn-
ing, after arising from "Shiva,"
and will arrive here some time to-
day.
The Rabbi
Speaks
We present as the guest ed-
itor of this column for this
week Rabbi Adolph Burger of
one Rodoph Sholom, Tampa.
Florida.
Palestine Film
To Have Premiere
New York (WNS)The dra-
matic story of the settlement of
the more than 150,000 German Jew-
ish refugees in Palestine will be
brought to the screen for the first
time in this country on Wednes-
day evening. November 20, when
the talking film, "The Land of
Promise," produced in Palestine by
the Keren Hayesod, has its Amer-
ican premiere at the Astor Thea-
tre. "The Land of Promise" was
awarded the international motion
picture prize at Rome and has won
wide acclaim where it has been
shown. The American premiere is
being sponsored by a committee of
notables of which Albert Einstein
is honorary chairman and Nathan
Straus is chairman.
We read in the Jewish press and
bear on the platforms and pulpits
that we -lews must be united to
fight this or that, etc.
No one will dispute that unity
is desirable and, to quote the
Psalmist, "How good and pleas-
ant it is for brethren to dwell to-
gether." It would be indeed a
blessing if we could attain this
ideal. But 1 always wondered why
it is that the very people who shout
from the housetops "unity" are
the ones who refuse to be at one
with their people? Further, I
cannot understand what they mean
by unity, after we see how some
Jews treat their fellow Jews. And
besides, what is the purpose of the
unity they are longing for? Re-
cent events in Jewish life have
proven that it is as hard to unite
the Jews as to bring heaven and
earth together.
Each organization, whether re-
ligious or fraternal, warns its mem-
bers "the time has come when we
must be united, for the wolf is at
the door." There is no doubt in
my mind that they mean well and
are sincere, but I don't understand,
if the danger is so great, why do
the organizations refuse to amal-
gamate with one another and be-
come a large, strong body ? 1 am
sure that the example would be
followed by the masses of the peo.
pie. Far be it from me to under-
estimate the value and the impor-
tance of every individual organi-
zation, for each one in its sphere
is doing good work.
But as Jews we ought to con-
sider that there are more impor-
tant things to do than to fight
anti-Semitism. I am afraid that
we have gone out of the way to
fight the forces that are against
US, and at the same time we for-
get to battle to keep the Jewish
soul alive.
It is about time that we fight
only with one hand and build with
the other.
We have our youth that must be
brought up Jewishly, according to
our traditions. We must not in-
still fear in them. We must not
tell them, as expressed by Hem-
rich Heine, "Judaism is not a re-
ligion, but a misfortune." Not re-
ligion is the important thing, but
lighting anti-Semitism will solve
all problems.
We must bear in mind that as
Jews we cannot live or go on with-
out religion, just as the body can-
not live without the soul. 1 am
aware of the fact that many will
not agree with this thought, but
you will agree with me that if our
life would be dependent on our
Hellenists (too mild a term) we
would have been swallowed up a
long time ago. The true loyal de-
fenders of the Jews were those
who were imbued with the spirit
of our religion.
IT unity is desirable we must
have faith in God and loyalty to
Safety Director
Denies Report
"Emphatically, the entire story-
is untrue. I have at no time ex-
pressed myself as favoring the reg-
istration, photographing and fin-
ger printing of residents or tour-
ists of Miami. I do not believe nor
will I favor any such methods."
Andrew J. Kavanaugh, director
of public safety of Miami, in an
interview with the editor of the
Jewish Floridian. was indignant at
the newspaper reports that he had
approved Hitler police methods in
Miami, as appeared in a local daily
yesterday. "My record in public
life will belie the statement wrong-
ly attributed to me," said the di-
rector. "I was called upon to ad-
dress the Miami Police Benevolent
Association at its banquet Wednes-
day night and was asked to de-
scribe police methods in Europe,
which I did. I told of the regis-
tration methods in vogue in con-
tinental Europe, but did not men-
tion Hitler at any time, and dis-
tinctly told my audience that the
methods in use in European coun-
tries would not be feasible in
Miami. I am thankful to the Jew-
ish Floridian for this opportunity
to give the true version of what I
said."
An investigation in which a num-
ber of those who were present at
the banquet were questioned bore
out the truth of Mr. Kavanaugh's
statement.
Strictly
Confidential
Mizrachi to
Tour America
New York (Special)A delega-
tion of World Mizrachi leaders,
headed by Rabbi Mayer Berlin, not-
ed Jewish scholar and writer, will
come to this country in January.
The European Mizrachi delegation
will tour America, in connection
with the Mizrachi Palestine Cam-
paign Fund, to be launched in the
United States during January, ac-
cording to an announcement made
today by Leon Gellman, acting
president of the Mizrachi Organi-
zation of America.
Special emphasis will be placed
on the raising of funds for the fur-
ther development and expansion
of Mizrachi colonies in Palestine,
along with the maintenance of the
various Mizrachi institutions in the
Holy Land which are chiefly de-
voted to religious and scholastic
training. These include some of
the most educational units in the
Jewish homeland in Palestine.
Rabbi Samuel Brodt, president
of the Mizrachi Organization of
Poland, will be a member of the
delegation from Europe. Other
members of the group will include
an outstanding leader of the Ger-
man Mizrachi Organization, and a
prominent figure from Hapoel
Hamizrachi in Palestine, which is
composed of youthful religious col-
onists and pioneers in the upbuild-
ing of the Jewish homeland.
Capitol Stuff
If certain Republican bigwigs
have their way the G. O. P. cam-
paign guns in next year's presiden-
tial election will be heavily loaded
with the kind of ammunition you'd
expect to find only in a Nazi or-
gan All the myths about "Jew-
ish control" of the New Deal, the
malicious tales about P. D. R. be-
ing of "Jewish" ancestry and sim-
ilar canards are being dusted off
for use Washington sources
expect the 1936 campaign to outdo
the 1928 election, when the bug-
aboo of the "Pope over the White
House" helped swamp Al Smith
. Only next year the pope lie
will make way for the lie about
the "Protocols of the Elders of
Zion" ... As a matter of fact,
this phase of the campaign is al-
ready In full blast The Fed-
eration of Independent Republicans
j is flooding the country with let-
ters containing such statements as
| "race and religion have entered the
j national scene and will defeat
Roosevelt" and "the American peo-
ple are fully convinced that Jew-
ism and Communism are one and
the same and that Roosevelt is the
puppet of the Baruchs, the Cohens
and the Frankfurters, etc." The
stationery on which these letters
are printed carried the names of
several important Republicans .
The executive secretary of the out-
fit distributing this stuff is one
Edward James Smythe This is
the same Smythe who peddled re-
ligious campaign slogans to the Re-
publicans in 1928 and 1932.
Judaism without labels. Any other
kind of unity would mean pieces
of ice, frozen together.
Nazi-Iris
The latest Nazi propaganda trick
in this country is a series of pop-
ular songs boosting Hitler One
of Broadway's leading song pub-
lishers has received (and turned
down) six ditties glorifying Der
Fuehrer in the last couple of
weeks And, incidentally, the
Nazi propaganda bureau is respon-
sible for a lot of the more lurid
anti-Nazi yarns to give it a chance
to deny them later on and shout
about "atrocity tales" Since the
Nazis blame the Jews for every-
thing, how are Hitler's agents go-
ing to explain the shortage of pork
and ham in Germany? Judge
Jeremiah T. Mahoney, generalis-
simo of the anti-Olympic forces, is
beieng called humanit-Aryan by his
friends And speaking of the
Olympics, watch for a big receiver-
ship scandal in Chicago, which will
involve one of the noisiest pro-
Olympicites The ears of a cer-
tain Broadway restaurateur are
still burning from the castigation
he received from Magistrate Brod-
sky While dining in this gen-
tleman's establishment the magis-
trate discovered a "made in Ger-
many, 1985" label on the back of
one of the dishes Without anj
ado Brodsky called the owner and
gave him a replica of the famous
talk which made the Bwastika an
international issue.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox C'ongrega-
tion is sponsoring a card party for
the benefit of its Talmud Torah
fund at the V. M, II. A. building
at S. \V. Sixteenth ave. ami Fifth
-i.. Sunday evening, November IT.
at fc o'clock. The public is urged
to attend. Prizes will In- awarded
for high -en!.-- ai each table an I
refreshments will be served. Host-
for the evening will be Mrs.
1. Rosengarten and Mrs. Max Wein-
berger.
Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation arc receiving congratu-
lations on the birth of a son at
the Victoria Hospial last Saturday
night. Mother and baby are list-
ing nicely. The "Bris," which
members of the congregation and
friends of the rabbi are asked to
attend, will be held Sunday, No-
vember 17th, at 10:80 a. m. at the
Victoria Hospital.
Friday, November is m
Word was received here this
u ek of the sudden death last Sun-
day in Louisville, Ky.. of Mr. Myer
Herman, father of Mrs. Herbert E.
Schcr of this city. Mr. Herman
was "lie of the pioneer Jews and
communal workers of Louisville
and served as treasurer of the
Knesseth Israel Synagogue for
more than twenty years.
*
The unveiling of a tombstone to
the memory of the late Harry
Greenfield will lie held Sunday aft-
ernoon, November 17th, at 2:80
o'clock at the Jewish section of the
Woodlawn Cemetery, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Friends
of the family are asked to attend
pilMn
tend.
at la i |
invited to at- winter season.
The marriage last week of Paul-
ine Lowenkopf, daughter of Mrs.
A. Lowenkopf of this city, to Har-
ry Kamins, 11 of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Kamins of Miami, was announced
hire last week. The couple will wjjj
make their home in Miami.
* *
Mrs. 1. I.. Kosendorf, who ;
resenting the Jewish women for
the Needlework Guild in Miami,
will entertain her captain! at a
tea this coming Saturday after-
noon, S mber 16th, at .'i o'clock,
at her home, 1020 Michigan ave.,
Miami Beach. All the contribu-
tions will then be displayed.
The November meeting of the
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare
IU will be held Monday, No-
i- 1Mb. at the Mark Store
auditorium at 2 p. m. All niem-
and new members are re-
quested to attend.
The first luncheon of the season
will be held at the Cafe Rue de la
l'aix, Roney Plaza Hotel, Tuesday,
November 19th, at l p. m., with
Mrs. Mark Max in charge.
Mrs. Ida Optner, president, is
again sending out an S. 0. S. call
for rummage for the store at 517
N. \V. Fifth st. Those having
rummage will please phone any
one of the following and your
rummage will be called for imme-
diately: Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. J.
Simpson, Mrs. Sadie Rose, Mrs. I..
Hartz, Jewish Welfare Bureau,
and Mrs. C. Ratner, Miami Beach.
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The pledge class of the Theta
Phi Omega Sorority of the Uni-
versity of Miami is sponsoring a
bridge party Thursday, November
21st, on the mezzanine fl..... of the
Alcazar Hotel at -I p. m. Prizes
awarded for high score-
B program of VOCal selections
will be presented. Refreshments
will be served. Miss Micky Harris
is chairman of the committee in
charge of arrangement-;.
* *
A Bpecial meeting of the Work-
men's Circle will be held at Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall Thurs-
day evening, November 2lst, at 8
ock, when important matters
will be discussed. All members
aie urged to attend.
* *
Rabbi Max Shapiro will leave
Tuesday morning for New York,
where he will assist in officiating
at the marriage of his brother,
j Benjamin, on Sunday, November
24th. Rabbi Michael Liechtenstein
of Toledo, Ohio, an uncle of the
gloom, and Rabbi Kalman Sha-
piro, father of the groom, will also
officiate. The rabbi will return
immediately following tho cere-
mony.
* *
Late Friday evening services at
Beth David Synagogue tonight at
8:15 will mark the completion of
three years of service to the con-
gregation by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Rabbi Shapiro will preach on
"Three years in the Miami Rab-
binate My Dreams and
Reality." Cantor Nathan Wroobel,
assisted by the choir, will chant
the ritual. Saturday morning the
; Junior Congregation will meet at
10:30, with Junior Rabbi Peritl
Scheinberg, Junior Cantor Jack
Seitlin anil Junior President Rob-
ert Miller in charge of the serv-
ices.
* *
Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami
Beach will be hosts at a reception
Sunday evening, November 17tb, at
. 8:1.1 o'clock, in Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue in honor of Cantor and Mrs.
Maurice Mamches, who arrived
bore last Friday following their
marriage in Mobile. A musical
program and several addresses of
welcome will mark the evening's
events. All members of the con-
gregation and Sisterhood and the
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The civic League of Miami
Beach il! sponsor a dance and en-
tertainment at the Miami Biltmore
Hotel Saturday night. This dance
was originally scheduled for the
Roney Plaza Gardens. Arrange-
ments are being made to present
a gala floor show and Manny Gates
and his orchestra will furnish the
music.
The committee is composed of
William Masur, chairman, assisted
by Carl Gardner, who will act as
master of ceremonies for the eve-
ning. Other members are Theo-
dore J. Reisler, Sidney Weiss. Noel
Kars, Simon Cohen, Dr. Edward
Roth, Jack Ehrlich, Jack Stern and
Murry Grossman, secretary. Popu-
lar prices will prevail.
. .
In reopening for the current
winter season, its eleventh con-
secutive season, the Sunshine
Kosher Market has been complete-
ly renovated and tho finest of fix-
ture- installed. A complete new
and fresh stock of the finest fancy
groceries, canned goods, dried
fruits, strictly kosher delicatessen
. and dairy foods has been provided
for the public. Appetizers from
all parts of the world, strictly
fresh smoked fish from the North
and all kinds of delicacies will he
carried. Irvin Gordon and Har-
old Pont, who operated the gro-
cery and delicatessen department
last year, will again bo in charge.
An established policy of providing
the finest for the customers at the
most reasonable prices and giving
service at all times will be followed.
In charge of the kosher meats
and poultry department is the well
known butcher, Philip Romer, who
carries the distinction of being the
oldest continual local kosher butch-
er in the Greater Miami area. With
him will be a.sociated the well
known meat purveyor, Jacob Wer-
ner, who is well and favorably
known in Florida. A complete
stock of the finest Western and
Northern killed beef, veal and lamb
will be provided at low prices to
the consumer, with the assurance
of strict kashrus at all times. The
vegetable and fruit department will
carry a line of strictly fresh veg-
etables and the choicest of fruits
for the table at all times and car-
rying the finest of fancy fruits
for shipping, all at very reason-
able prices. This department has
established a splendid reputation
for service for the past several
years. In short, the customer will
be provided with the facility of
purchasing everything for the ta-
ble at the most reasonable cost
amidst the finest of sanitary sur-
roundings.

Beth David Sisterhood will hold
an important meeting at its Tal-
mud Torah Hall next Tuesday, .No-
vember 20th, at 2:30 p. m.. with
Mrs. Moses Krieger as the guest
speaker. All members are urged
to attend. A social hour will fol-
low.
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tice before the United States Dis-
trict Court on motion of Jack
Moore this week. Young Fried-
man is active in the Young Men's
I I'd,rew Association and other Jew-
ish communal organizations.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Harris and
r ramily of New York and Miami re-
'_ turned here recently to spend the
Plans are being completed for a
meeting of the executive commit-
tee of the Florida Conference of
Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis
and Laymen during Chanuka week.
This meeting will determine the
exact date and agenda of the an-
nual conference of the organiza-
tion, which will be held in Orlando
during January, 1936.
*
The congregational dinner post-
poned recently because of the
storm by Beth David Sisterhood
will be held at its Talmud Torah
Hall on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 1st, beginning at 7 o'clock. Full
details will appear in our next is-
sue.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Apte and
daughter, Miss Alice Apte, have
returned to their home here after
an extended visit in New York
City, Atlantic City and other East-
ern resorts. Miss Apte recently
completed her studies at Goucher
College in Baltimore.
*
The executive board of the Se
ior Hadassah met Friday m^
in the gardens of the Royal p^
Club to discuss social activitie, f0,1
the winter season.
Plans were made fop a u
Year's ball, with Mrs. s. S,
hoff as chairman. [ ch
the journal will be Mrs ar "
Weinkle and Mrs. Alex Gold!ti'
Mrs. Isidor Cohen has been ap
pointed chairman of hospitality
* *
The first of a series of aH
parties was held Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Nat Blumbcrg when
several tables of bridge were j,
play. The next party will be held
next Tuesday at the home of Mn
A. Feinberg at 2:30 p. m.
A regular meeting of the Boob
in Brief Club will be held Monday
evening, November lXth, at the
home of Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mr*
Harry Kotkin will review "Collect-
ed Short Stories," by Sinclair;
Lewis. Mrs. Louis Heiman *ffl I
give the life of a great Jewish per.
sonality. Mrs. Victor Hell wiH
discuss a current event. A Ju
hour will follow.
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. November 15, 1985
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Plain Talk
By AL SEGAL
'Mows Before God"
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It was Friday night
LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND
By LOUIS PEKARSKY
(.(|._ London to Hollywood
The big news in Hollywood this
standing British film units merged.
And while we're on the subject
of Gaumont-British we must not
forgel ti
He Yom Kip- '"'"',l "'' '-" '""l ""'' nl' the must cent stum of showmanship was to
holy day Prominen' Jews in England, ar- convert the new Thirty-eighth st.
man city and the spacious syna-
gogue of the rabbi was filled even week is ,l"' report lr"1" New v'"'k
to the last seat. In his home town that Gaum<>nt-British Pictures Is forget to mention A. P. Waxmi
Rabbi Samuel Wohl of Cincinnati PlonmnS '" m;ll<1, film" in Califor- G-B's advertising counsel and di-
had Been such a multitude of Jews ."''' Al:"'l; "*'"''' chairman of the rector of publicity, whose most re-
in a synagogue only on
pur, and even on that noiy day
there was always room for one "v''' "' All"'lira ,'"1' the celebra- midtown Hudson tunnel between
"" in the edifice, the Isaac M. ''"" "f the comPany'a lllsl ;"'"'- New York and New Jersey into a
Temple. In the German Bjm- "'-'">' celebration in this .nun- little theatre in the raw foi
,. on the altar try with word that he is ncgotiat-
tteps. ing for a production company iu
This was no holiday occasion, but '"' established '" California. Ac-
thc weekly service of the eve of eordin8 l" Ostrer, his American
Sabbath. Jews had come to weep ProducinB unil win '""<' English
financial backing.
a spe-
cial showing hi' (Mi's thriller,
"Transatlantic Tunnel," to a
" andhi g and engineers.
and Rabbi Wohl's heart took up
the sofl Bobbin) i had come
for comfort and the German rabbiN
voice was like the brave rally of
the shofar summoning to courage.
'I hey had lust an old and com-
Ex-Parachute Jumper
Rian Jame who ram.' to this
Since we ran now look forward town to write new- for the Brook-
to Gaumont-British films with a
"made in Hollywood" tag, let's
have a peep at some of the gentle-
men responsible for G-B's Buccess.
fortable life, he said; within them- ""' '"'"'' "'' ""' M*anisation is
selves they must find compensa- Mark 0strer> who ;1 comparative
PWA and Germany
pain; had been m Jewish houses
Certain officials of (ho Public Works Administration an- wnere Dlinda U(" drawn, lest en-
pear to be sublimely unaware lhat the tens of millions of emies ]l",k- liai1 read inscriptions
dollars thery are pouring into the states, municipalities and "" businesses once owned by Jews:
counties were appropriated by Congress to relieve unem- "Thia store is ""u operated by fel-
lii.n. They had come to a great
darkness; within themselves, as
lews, was a great light.
* *
Rabbi Wohl quite underst.....I
this multitude of .lews in a syna-
"ii Friday night. He had
newcomer in the movie business.
Several years ago he and his broth-
ers, who were bankers, became in-
terested in Gaumont-British, which
had been making about two pic-
tures a year. The firm dates from
the 1890s, when it w is founded in
lyn Daily Eagle, has been signed
to a long term contract by RKO-
Radio. This studio will now have
his exclusive services as a writer
and will also be able in assign him
to productions as a director or i o-
director. .lames is the author of
IT published books, including two
non-fiction works, "All About New
Vork" and "Dining in New V.uk."
He has had a colorful and excit-
ing career during the 36 years of
his life, lie lias been a parachute
been about Germany and felt the l.'"ris by M" Gaumont- The Eng- jumper and stunt man. hist,man
lish branch came into existence
merely as an outlet for pictures in
the British Isles. Since Ostler be-
came its dominating figure Gau- in the
iiiiiiit -British has become a major screen
for three British archaelogical ex-
peditions, an air mail pilot, a
vaudeville actor and a lieutenant
World War. Innumerable
plays are credited to the
PWA regulations provide that foreign material may be ''"' >ckground, an accusation un-
iimcI on PWA projects in orders involving more than $10,000 ,l"ni:,lli: "The Mass Murderer
and when foreign bids are cheaper by 15 pur cent or more ''""" ,l"' Banning."
lhan American bids. PWA officials clai
im that the German
steel manufacturers made lower bids than their American
competitors and therefore the orders went to Germany. This.
however, is begging the question. PWA funds are supposed
lobe used for relieving Americans and for reviving Amer
nan industry. If there is a loophole in the regulations which
enables fuhds appropriated by Congress to be diverted from
Ihe purpose to which they should be put. then the regula-
tions must be changed. PWA ought to know that the Ger-
man steel manufacturers can underbid their American com-
petitors only because of the difference between the German
;md American wage scale and because German exports are
subsidized by the German government.
If these facts are kept in mind and if PWA remembers
Rabbi Wohl had been with many
German .lews and had seen the
hopelessness of doomed men who
tomorrow must die. Only those
Who were emigrating ... to Amer-
ica, to Palestine smiled. They
were the young who could make
new stalls; the middle aged and
the old sat with folded hands .
"Wi'ie through! We're through!"
Only the aging who had chil-
dren that Were going away were
bright-eyed. The mother looked
with glowing eyes at her tWO suns
Second only to Ostrer in O-l! is
Jeffrey Bernard, also an English
.lew. who is general manager, lie
came into the movie field shortly
before the war with the Motion
Picture Sales Agency, later being
appointed managing director of the
Stoll Film Company. In 1925 he
formed in- own company while
acting as special representative in
England for Harold Lloyd. About
three years ago he joined Gau-
mont-British and is now the key
man in that organization.
The number three man ill G-B
is .Michael Iialcon, executive in
charge of production. Still a
"> it was created, then there should never again be occa- "ho 80onw,?re1|/ South'*'; young man (he's only 39), Balcon
sionforthe widespread protests against the inexcusable use ,".a ",;"lk 'V "'u"k Uod; entered the motion picture busi-
er federal funds lor the purchase of German goods. H> ;'IV escaP,n* s|" Wl1" ness as a director for the Victor
when they were out of the room.
Jews no longer read the daily
newspapers which brought only
mole pain. The outside world had
Let's Get to Work!
>Ve do not believe, as some have expressed, that it takes ;,, do with ail cruelty, with the
sholocaust to make Florida Jewry awaken to its duties, and edicts that had set them aside,
I" make it realize its obligations- We still feel that there is with all the tears that ate their
Mough decency, sufficient self-respect and Jewish pride hearts. To draw the blinds was
within .ill of Florida Jewry that when certain facts are called to shut this out; the outside world
1 their attention, they will do their share towards the gen- was in these newspapers into
erill gOOd. which. .lews were afraid to look.
Much has been said within recent months regarding the Rabbi Wohl had been to small
Jjycott of German goods, and the necessity for keeping the towns where druggists would not
%ntpic games out of Germany, but little, too little, has
Wjuallj been done towards the accomplishment of this laud-
wle purpose.
Only yesterday a wave of resent arose that grew into family of which a brother had dis-
*Ud cries of indignation when it became rumored that appeared. Three weeks he was
Wet) Director Kavanaugh had spoken words of approval
regarding Hitler police methods. Fortunately, this story
"a 'mind lc> be unfounded and untrue. We believe that this
|same feeling of our people against anything that savors ot had diminished because dews lived
HUlerism can be translated into action with but a little effort in them. He had seen the like of
!'n JUr part. It may be true that Rabbis should lead, but it this in American neighborhoods
"also axiomatic that rabbis alone can do nothing. which became blighted at the en-
L At the request of manv of our readers, we now ask that trance of negroes. "Stuermer win-
Jose of our Jewish people "who feel that they want to aid in dows" (lull of defamation) were $6,000? Oh. that is good! .
,ht't'Mablishment of a German bovcott movement in Florida, being dedicated, like shrines, by you give your 16,000 to the reic
1 bank, which with it will buy (5,000
;oods to sell in
ese goods have
sell medicine to Jews, where gro-
.'.ould not sell them food, lie
had felt the wild fears of a Jewish
The rabbi had heard that the
value of certain apartment houses
because .lews lived
outfit iii England. Later he be-
came connected with the Gainsbor-
ough Picture Company, then the
largest in Britain, after the World
War. lie reached his present post
in 1927, when a number of the out-
The old could stumble through this
darkness, since they had not far
to go. Death would release I hem
in no long time. But these chil-
dren .
Life had become like the pris-
oner's who in his solitude comes
to meditate only on ways of es-
cape. Life had become a matter
of hunting for small crevices which
might offer a gleam of light to-
ward escape. The Palestine Bu-
reau in this German city was al-
ways full of frantic people hunt-
ing a way out.
"Yes, yes, my dear friend," said
the youngest men filling a high
executive position in the motion
picture industry. He came to Hol-
lywood in his teens after getting
i hooling in his native Pitts-
burgh at DeWitt Clinton High
school iii New Vork. Visitors to
the RKO-Radio studio, where he is
a producer, are surprised at his
youthful appearance until they see
the penetrating keenness of his
dark eyes and the brisk manner in
which he talks. From his start as
assistant director he soon turned
to the editing end and became a
film editor. Berman's first knowl-
edge of the production end was
gained by working in that depart-
ment. Eater he became the head
of the film cutting department. His
ability was soon recognized and he
was chosen as assistant to William
Le Baron, subsequently filling the
-ame position for David 0. Selz-
nick. Berman drives a tiny coupe
and loves to play tennis.
"town readers are asked to write in by air mail or wire. A
Utewide conference will be arranged.
LETS GET TO WORK NOW!
they would be leaving the elemen-
tary schools and the high schools
(gymnasia) did not want them.
you escape.
Rabbi Wohl had been in the
schools of the Jugendhilfo where,
from all over Germany, groups of
Jewish children had been gathered
to be made ready for life in Pal-
estine. They were envied. Chil-
dren with hopes! Children with
dreams: The eyes of other chil-
dren Were like dead eyes with 110
dreams in them.
So the rabbi could well under-
stand this multitude of .lews com-
ing to God in the synagogue on
Friday night. In the past, God
had become a distant abstraction
the Nazi government, "Happy are among .lews in Germany, as every-
we to let you out. It is only a where else. lie had been One
mattei of |5,000. Ha\e you whom many could not be sure
about; sometimes they thought
hs- they saw Him vaguely, at other
times He seemed lost altogether.
lie was like a thick, dissolving
cloud. Philosophers had made Him
loo deep to understand and Jews
who attempted to approach Him
fell into His profundity and were
return your
proceed to Pal-
estine. Thus, my friend, you sec
how you will serve the German lost.
reich, which is so kind as to let
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Papc Four
THE JEWISH FLORIMAN
Friday, Novemh,.,. ir,, ,;,;,-
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$aMo #gn*gag Section
Edited by RABBI s. M IIACHTE1
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SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLOIi.il \
Plain Talk
(Continued from Page 3)
SERMON DELIVERED ON SI NOW NOVEMBER 1(. 1935
"Memories Must Live!"
Scripture Reading, Deut., Chapter XXV, Verse* 17-19, Inclusive.
As the I Id of the Promised Land,
tluy were given i1 ip a king foi
did 1 l and era remi mbrance of I
The rabbis tell us thai the 1- ai liti s turned to God and said, "You tell
us to remember to erase the memory of Amalek, to eradicate the Ama-
lekitea from the earth; bul we are only flesh and blood; we are tem-
ry, You are to erase 1 he Amalekites."
To which God replied, "It is only necessary that you read this portion
concernini N ea h year, and I shall reckon it unto you as if
you had ame from the world."
Normally, I would say. "Remember only the pleasant things of
life. Shut it a epress ng thoughts from your But,
at Ci Uidrash tells us, God consult! rtgels and asked
them those qualities with which mortal man should be
the suggest; i i was the il that man
Mel God ruled that OUt, saying, "If man were
b erfect memory, retaining always in his ousness the
: tunes, he would make no proj
If the child, learning to walk, would alwa pain of his first
fall, he would i if the woman's memory would
alwa) s keep before her i hildbirth, she would
r." Then one of the ai red the thought
that man be created with Forgetfulness, I too, God rejected, of-
fering :.- His r< as n the theory thai ndowed entirely with
lid burn himself w
and would again expose hin | that man would
make sei is blui l< -. fo es, and would again and
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I I not fight a war
n, nor will 1
ave permitted 1
W didn't "ha:
' those who need
' :.
nation wa
...
the dd not
WE MUST REMEMBER! Tl
ist nol elegated 1 [ MUST
ist rei es with 1
fulnes. I
There a
it our |
ii
ntly strong sense of
B n the general
': N'atioi not go 1 wa The
ned by those v ind to gaii
.- ai it of history;
ting; 1
B w, in their travail, they
knew Him again. He was again
. the consoling Cod
Brs. He was the One
who had guided Israel through
darknesses as black a- this. He
givi ii courage in all the times
i and had brought dew- into
Erhts.
There was verity again in the
comforts of the Jewish prayers
which, in other times, dew- real
with inner questionings: "Can I
believe thi- '.' Is this true? Can
Imy intelligence accept this?"
Rabbi Wohl saw Israel humbly
and with one heart prostrated be-
fore God.
*
After the service he went with
a group of the congregation to the
German rabbi's house. There the
darkness fell away and the outside
world receded and was no longer
a dreadful shadow.
They sang Jewish songs of hope
and Jewish songs of joy and they
felt no loss of the old life of which
had been despoiled. This
seemed life enough, this Jewish
life which expanded their hearts,
which gave itself in resoundin*
selves they could find compel
tion for the world that ha
lost; within themselves was a -,.,..'
light to dispel the darkness inn,
which they had been east.
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lie thought he'd 'list, perhaps,
Off-hand like just as I
Was out of work had sold his traps
No other reason why.
i'es; quaint and curious war is!
Vou shoot a fellow down
You'd treat if met where any bar is.
Or help to half-a-crown.
Armistice Day should not be devoted in the main to paying homage
to our her>>< -. They will have died in vain if we do not profit by the
n of the past. Our cry tomorrow, and every day, must be, "This
shall not happen again!" Let us resolve never again to be fooled by
the pn not to be carried away by waves of war hysteria, not
to be shanghaied onto battle fields; let us resolve
to k. i for US the memory of the horrors of war. not its doubtful
-'lory; and. above all. we must insist on looking behind the scenes of
any war which beckons to us. We ARE human beings. Wo AIM-! NOT
rattle to BUgl 'er. Ours :- not "to do and die"at least
intil we "reason why'.'"
If those who plan and plot wars think so much of Valhalla, let them
.it among themselves. They have no right to entice the sons
'i with promises of halo- for heroes, medals for bravery and post-
humous honor-. There are few international problems that cannot be
ai -ration, if all pa ek justice, and justice only. But,
wars are only a means of throttling opposition to injustice, why
J to war'.'
Do 1 appear unmindful of the sacrifices of those who rest in Flan-
elds'.' I AM NOT. But, my gratitude towards ihem is not be-
. have accomplished what they had set out to do. They
and, not because they did not give their all. They did.
But they failed in the accomplishment of the goal for which they
hich they had in mind -the noble idealism thai was
n them by the "morale builders" in the armed forces. They.
"ailed in tha Dili accomplish the object for which they,1
wingly, fought. They did insure victory for those who were
imental in sending them to their untimely graves. The men
inciple; they did not give their lives
for their country; they died in the cause of someone's personal greed
and avarice; they fought in a war for the special int. rests who profit' d
From the who stood to lose bo much if the victory had gone
the other way. The} -ain or lose. We. the citizens of the
a money financed the experiment we took no
chance-. We had no chance to gain or lose. We lost either way......
,Don't i iin. Fight to protect your homeland, but
let anyone fool you into believing that vou are fighting for a
5 u may be fighting for an abstract principle, but the
who created the war and have most at stake are devoid of aii
princi] i
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Frid8y, November 15, 1935
Jacksonville News
Ur and Mrs. Sam Feldman of
Minitowoc, Wis., announce the en-
,., 0f their daughter, Hose,
^Louis Harry Kushner, son of
Sarah Goldberg of Jackson-
yjsa Feldman was graduated
Lincoln Hitrh school in
Jlanitowoc. Mr. Kushner attended
naval High school. The date of
Iding has not been set.
The Daughters of Israel held
tbeir regular meeting last week in
the auditorium of the Jewish Cen-
ter, Mrs. Joseph Hackel presided.
Thl. opening prayer was given by
Mrs. Perry Kantor.
Following the business meeting
un, T. M. Schneider introduced
in. Henry Mark, who addressed
. ,... mblage on "111 Effects of
Dental Neglect" Dr. Mark gave
, short resume of the history of
dentistry and of its present devel-
opment.
Th, trophies awarded to Mrs. W.
C. Bayless alid Mrs. Ray Wil-
winners for the month in
the Hadassah bridge tournament
ted during the last month
large and beautiful silver
cups. Runners-up, Mrs. Bruce
and .Mis. T. H. Harrison,
i d large silver cups.
Small cups were given to the
of the weekly high scores.
week, Mis. Lucy Carring-
Miss Beatrice I'eiser, Mrs.
Archie Puldy and Mrs. N. Shor-
i week, -Mi.-, W. C. Bay-
. Kay Williams. Mis. Ilar-
and Mrs. .1. Strauss.
Third week, Mrs. Bruce Pudger,
Mrs. T. II. Harrison. Mrs. \V. E.
and -Mrs. Hay Williams.
Fourth week, Mrs. Bruce Fudger,
Mr-. T. 11. Harrison, Mrs. W. C.
Bayless and Mis. Kay Williams.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
STATEWIDE NEWS
West Palm Beach
Mi-, and Mrs. Max Davis of St.
Petersburg, Fla., spent the Armis-
tice holiday here.
The local Young Judeans met
Wednesday evening al h ime of
Estelle Davidson. Officers elect-
ed were: Charles Kapner, prcsi-
dent; Albert Moss, vice president;
Helen Muss, secretary; Harry
Moss, treasurer; Albert Greenblatt,
monitor; Ben Kapner. sergeant-at-
arms, and Florence Schutzer, di-
rector of publicity.
A benefit card party sponsored
by Sisterhood Beth El was held
last Sunday at the h...... .if Mrs.
Irving Mcis...
Mr. ami Mrs. Ben Ryder of Gar-
den ave. have as their guests Mr.
Ryder's uncle, aunt and niece, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Munis and Miss
Mae Morris, from Albany, N. Y.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Cong, li'nai Israel will hear A.
s. Kleinfeld, rabbi, at services Fri-
day evening at K o'clock, when he
will preach en "The Need of Uni-
versal Peace." Saturday morning
services begin at :i o'clock.
Mr. .1. L. Young has left for
Xeu York on a business trip.
An election of officers took place
during the past week. Their names
and the names of all appointed
committees will appear in the next
issue of tin. Jewish Floridian.
Orlando Notes
Tampa Notes
Dr. and Mrs. I. It. Einbinder an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
November Ith. at the Tampa Mu-
nicipal Hospital.
Daytona Beach
Notes
Mrs. Sylvia Wasscrman was
surprised with a party honoring
her birthday Sunday evening. Mrs.
Florence Reed WBS hostess at her
home on Volusia ave. Miss Minna
Agrees ami Mrs. Saffer won prizes
for games. Other guests included
Miss .Marian Rutberg, Miss Hsta
Saffer. Miss Mollio Stein. Miss
Marian Levey. Mr-, .lack Goldstein,
Mrs. William Sirkin, Mrs. C. < ilo
Shemer, Mrs. Joseph Rutberg. A
buffet supper was served.
Miss Dorothy Dozier Oppenheim-
er has arrived from Philadelphia
and Gloucester, Ma--., to visit her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Op-
penheimer, ion Crescent place.
-Mrs. Joe Mns- i- at the Good Sa-
maritan Hospital under ob
t ion.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Yorschlci-er and
their daughter, Miss Sadie Ver-
bcI leisei. returned to their home
in I'alm Beach.
Service- in both Temple Beth Is-
rael (Reform), on Broward ave.,
and in Temple Beth El, on Fern
St.. will he held tonight at 8:15
o'clock.
The annual Thanksgiving dance
of the Daughters of Israel will be
held Thursday nijrht, November
the Jewish Center, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Sam Datz, chair-
man.
Elaborate plans have been made
to make this affair a most suc-
one. The large Cento-
ballroom will be decorated for the
d everyone Is assured
of a must entertaining evening.
William Silverman will be mas-
eremonies. Serving on the
commitii o with Mrs. Datz are Mrs.
A. I". Si i r, co-chairman, and Mrs.
Ben Setz r, Mrs. O. Magozis, Mrs.
J. Landau, Mrs. Hy Safer. Mrs.
B. 1'.. Yoffee, Mrs. Isadore Mosco- j
v'tz. Mis. II. Setzer, Mrs. Ben
Mrs. M. Margol and Mrs.
Sam I
Thk. ts may he secured from any
members. The subcom-
mittee in eharge of tickets is: Mrs.
Mrs. Sam Datz, Mrs.
Ben Baker, Mrs. Hy Safer, Mrs. A.
Becker and Mrs. B. B. Yoffee.
A meeting of Balm Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, was held Monday
night. Reports of committees
were heard. A report was ren-
dered by the chairman of the Jew-
ish Book Shelf committee. Close
to forty members were present.
Two new members were introduced
and several new candidates were
proposed. A social hour followed
the meeting.
"i 'hitrude Lieberman and
Ann Sentler were hostesses recent-
ly in tin Party House at a lingerie
honoring Miss Dora Sha-
piro, who-, engagement to Ray-
mond Brice was recently an-
nounced.
Bridge and pokeno were played
an,i Prizes were awarded to Mrs.
"' Bork, Mrs. I. M. Eiebcreman,
M|- M. Sobel, Miss Rosalyn Ma-
'"I -Miss Jeanette Lazarus.
in the evening a buffet sup-
I"'1' Was -orvecl.
Members of the social commit-
tee of the Sisterhood are: Mrs. L.
Berlack, Mrs. Sarah Hani-, Mrs.
I. I.. Kaplan. Mrs. L. Klepper, Mi-.
G. Lippman, Mrs. Hugo Mark. Mrs.
Sydney Meyer, Mrs. Y. E. Jacobs,
Mrs. L. S. Joel, Mr-. L. 1'. Lipp-
man. Mrs. Max Moss, Mis. Archie
Puldy, Mrs. Joel Richard, Mrs. doe
Schulhoper, Mis. R. I.. Seitner,
Mrs. Belle Stomaken, Mis. G.
Strenc;. Mrs. Stanley Harris and
Mrs. I. Wood.
The officers and members of the
Orlando Police Department Relief
at ion. under the guidance of
Chief of Police Frank Karel, pres-
ident, a88isted by Detective L. S.
Rose, firsl vice-president; Detec-
tive Howard I. Brown, executive
try; Sergeant Frank C.
Welch, treasurer of the a iat
have completed elaborate plan
the association's fifth annual gala
masquerade festival and floor
show, which will he held in the
city auditorium Thursday. Decem-
ber 12th.
In conjunction with the mas-
querade hall there will be a floor
-how comprising artistic talent
gathered from night clubs and
cities throughout the state. Per-
sonal appearances of celebrities
will enhance the occasion. Prizes
will consist of trips, traveling
ltuwiis. silver cups and a lone; list
id' other gifts interesting enough to
intrigue the most fastidious of the
artistic talent appearing on the
program. Prizes will be included
for the most beautiful and th"
most unusual masquerade costume.
I Ither awards will he for the mo-t
comical woman'.- or man's costume.
The unmnskiny at midnight will
follow the judging and will be executed in real carni-
val style. A mystery masquerader
will add a thrill of interest to the
occasion. A very special prise will
he awarded to the detector of the
mystery masquerader.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Ro-
doph Sholom Temple held their
regular monthly meeting Thurs-
day afternoon. November Tib, in
the auditorium id' the temple.
Hostesses I'm- the afternoon were
Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and Mrs.
I. Liebman. Plans were made tor
a rummage sale to In- held during
the month, and an evening card
party, date and place to be an-
nounced later. New members
joining at this time were Mesdames
Samuel Gardner, 1. Lubetaky an I
others.
That moot question, "Is Mar-
riage or a Career Preferable for
a Woman?" will be debated next
Thursday evening, November 22,
when the Progressive Club meets
i.t the home of Miss Elizabeth
Grus. Miss Mollie Stein and Miss
Clara Saffer are teamed against
Miss F.-ta Saffer and Miss (irus.
The Ruth Epstein, at which time the
program included a book review by
Miss Marian Levey on William Bo-
litho's "Twelve Against the Cod.-."
Mis- Minna Agress, daughter (
Mr. and Mr-. Nathan Agrees, and
a student at the Florida State Col-
lege tor Women, -pent last week*
end at home,
The fourth annual formal
Thanksgiving dance of the Merry
Fellows (lub will be given at the
Davis Islands Country Club
day, November 28th.
Entertainment for the dance has
been arranged and sponsors will
be named at a later date. The
dance committee in charge of ar-
rangements consists of Mr. Irvin
Salsbury, Oscar Verkauf, Sol
Fleischman and Dr. Leon Schwartz.
Reservations may be made by call-
ing Dr. Leon Schwartz.
Y. M. II. A. NEWS
The "Y" Dramatic Club is now
rehearsing three one-act plays un-
der the direction of Daniel Eager,
assisted by the Misses Esther Co-
hen and Anna Lee Lubetzky. The
club hold.- it- regular rehearsal
meetings on Sunday afternoons and
Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
The Junior Girls' Club, who meet
ever) Friday afternoon and who
had given a very successful Hal-
loween party, are now planning a
Chanukah Festival. The club's
counsellors are the Mi.-e Gladys
Milch man and Helen Haimovitz.
eghetti luncheon and card
ponsored last Tuesday
'" the Temple Home, with Mrs.
j^So Mark, chairman, and Mrs.
The Temple Sisterhood will con-
duct the regular Friday evening
services al B o'clock November 16
in the Temple, Laura and Ashley
st-., in observance of Sisterhood
Sabbath. Mrs. Max Moss, Sister-
hood chairman of religion, is in
Charge Of the services.
The Sabbath evening portion
from the Union Braver Book will
b read by Mi-s Beatrice Reiser
and Mrs. Sam BucholtZ. The prin-
cipal address of the evening will
il(. delivered by Mrs. L. P. Lipp-
man, president of the Sisterhood,
who has chosen for her subject,
-Women and the Temple," and
.Mrs. Oscar Silverman will de-
liver an address on "Peace."
Music will be furnished by the
choir, under the direction of Nel-
aon Brett, organist, who has ar-
ranged a .-pe.ial program lor the
occasion. .
Rabbi tsrael L. Kaplan, minister
of the congregation, will add the
blessing.
Mrs. Raul Nathan, literature
chairman, announced the next
meeting of the literature class of
the Temple Sisterhood for ". o'clock
Tuesday, November 26th, in the
Temple Home, under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Max X. Oberdorfer,
who will review ".Mary, Queen of
Scotland."
'I he Boy Scout Troop No. 11 is
making excellent progress under
the tutelage of Scoutmaster Harry
Kotler. The troop meets every
Thursday evening.
An orchestra is now forming. All
young men and women who play
instruments an- invited to join.
of the coming Community Chest
campaign, a most worthy cause.
Mi-s Ruby Bronstoin bad as her
lieu-'' guest last week-end Miss
Rose Appel of Key West. B"th
jtiil- attend F. S. C. W.
Spending this week-end in
Gainesville attending the1 fall
frolics are Mi.-- Florence Pepper,
Miss Clara Saffer. Miss Betty Ros-
enbloom, Mis- Marian Levey, Miss
Mi.Hie- Stein. "Miss Fsta Saffer,
Leo Epstein.
Leonard Dobrow has been ap-
pointed manager of the Stetson
Shop by hi- fattier, Sam DobrOW.
They plan to open a new men's
store on the corner of Beach and
Volusia in a few weeks.
Celebrating the Armistice holi-
day Monday night at the Ameri-
can Legion ball at the Pier Ca-
sinei were' Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldstein,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rutberg. Seen
in another party were Miss Mollie
Stein and Mrs. Joe Moss.
Rev. Joseph Schenker had as a
visitor last week his father, from
Miami.
Mrs. Albert Summer, in behalf
of Mrs. Estelle Stern, asks that
donations of Thanksgiving baskets
to he distributed through the wel-
fare board he sent her. Mr-, s. S.
Cut fin i- calling a meeting of the
December social committee Satur-
day morning after Temple services
to make plans for the annual cab-
aret held during that month.
Mis. Sidney Brown asked that
members Interested in joining the
teer Temple choir get in
touch with Nelson Brett, th.' choir
director, Simpson Walker or Mrs.
Brown. Mrs. I. 1- Kaplan made
a,, eloquent plea for the' support
Mr. and Mrs. William Rosen-
berg celebrated their twenty-fifth
or silver wedding anniversary Sun-
day afternoon in their home in
Riverside with open house.
Serving the gui'sts were Mrs.
Reuben Rosenberg, Mrs. David
Harris and Mrs. Al Rosenberg.
The honor guests ri'ceive'd many
beautiful and useful itifls from
friends and relatives.
About 200 guests called during
the day. Out-of-town guests were
from Madison. Berry, Ocala. Lake
City. Quitman, Ga., Valdosta, Ga.,
Thomasville, Ga., and other sur-
rounding tit i
Key West Notes
In spite of handicaps, due to
the effects of the recent hurricane
disaster mi the keys, tin- annual
membership roll call of the Amer-
ican Red Cross, in Key West, was
given an active start under the
chairmanship of Mrs. M. F. Borko-
witz, formerly of Newark, N". J.,
and for tl' past four years a res-
ident of the' Island City.
During her residence in this city
Mrs. Berkowitz has been most ac-
tive' in both civic and school work,
particularly in child welfare.
Mrs. BerkowitZ has held office
as president of the Junior-Senior
High School Parent-Teacher Asso-
ciation, and in the' Women's Club
ha- served as auditor, anel for the
present club year has been desig-
nated chairman of the educational
committee'.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the lo-
cal synagogue includes Mrs. Ber-
kowitz among its active members,
and as a vocalist -lie ha- appeared
on numerous programs for local
charit ies.




Six
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, November 15,1935
M'LLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 X. E. 19th St.
UK. JACOB II. KAPLAN
Rabbi
I chase a foreiegn money order, pay-
able at any of the thousand Torjr-
K. The
tion.
LibraryThe library is now in
first class order under the able sin stores in the l. s. a.
management of Mrs. A. Levin, and company, of course, irffl send the
the children of each class are in- remittance to the rorgsin stow
terested in borrowing and reading nearesl to the place where the
mber of mag- friend or reli
dis-
aneient neeropolis of
for many years in
light on the burial
children of Israel
Agency that the
books. There are a nur
azines of Jewish interest
JernssJen
order to ^
customs of the
t0W the Pafco,
O88U1
contained in well kept
which were also found
1 avea
specimeiu
It is the BCOpe and breadth of of pottery used as funei
of the Amer- ments.
t pus- The ossuaries bore such
I
play which may be read, and these, the foreign service of the
as well as the books of the library, ican Express that makes .
at the disposal of the members sible to send gifts to friends and tions In Hebrew and Gr.
of the congregation whenever they relatives thousands of miles away. "Martha, daughter of Annias.Mar-
iam (showing the proper
of the name in those ::,.
2nd.
SERVICES
o
: ibbath
wa in N'ovembei
ill :. on B(
ic light, i
8:15 p. m.
le. e a report on
of Jews
. at Williams-
I
. by Herman
1 pie Beth
, X. V., from an ad
in Washington, D. C,

| ,... home t" you
as n foi reduced mem-
and lack of financial su
ations is the ligious work, there is no congrega-
and trus- tion in the country that has a finer
. Many nun feel thai after group of teachers than in Temple
achieved the distinction Israel. Men and women of fine
dent or trustei attainment and Jewish
: are doing work in each of
, ... the cla .
- to atti nd monthly
is not 1 nough.
. that when a man assumes
GENERAL
man sang, accompanied by Mrs.
Hannah Ascher. The first card
of the season was planned
early in December, with Mrs.
Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs. Morris
Plant as chairmen. Date to be an- Dr. Kaplan spoke
nounced later. N'ext regular meet- Thursday evening, November 7th,
ing of the Sisterhood will be held at Bayfront Park at a gathering of
ish to borrow. We hereby invite The company operates a .ham ol
fices throughout the world.
through which the thousand.- of
the men and women of Temple Is-
rael to become acquainted with
our library.
for many years ar-
t ravels to all cum-
in Kaplan Hall on Monday, Decem- the unemployed, at which the prin-
pal speaker was Hej wood Broun.
o \i the Unity Centre in Dallas
S( IIOOL i..uk ir. Kaplan ua> to present
Mr. Broun to the audience, but as
he did not appear. Dr. Kaplan him-
I.....pie have
ranged their
ti ies.
Soviet Russia, which is gaining
in po] IS a goal for trav-
elers, is easily na.hed through the
arrangements of the American Ex-
pn --. There are special tours to
the C S. S. i:.. as well as journeys
to other pints of Europe that in-
lude a visit to Russia.
-Utility his wo
My hobby a
I
arc the fountain head an I
.
Syna-
;'...
am J. Feldman, Hal
"Si l id a fa
: members
- and
activ-
"Thi
.:, 1 5 lay?) a

. a '-1. at city, where
ires. So I led an invi-
the chef to come and
a dinner for them. He was
are no 1 ffort. He was
He
utdo himself. The chef
In .. -ei hood as
well as ;:. board of Temple
Israel, Dr. Kaplan said thai with -elf was pressed into service and
the or Six COn- I delivered a lecture on "The
ations in the Reform world in Common Denominator of All Reli-
America today, which are in ti- g'ns.
;!ion to engage full time
pecially prepared for re- Americans who wish to send a
gift to their friends or relatives in
the !'. S. S. I(. are finding the
facilities of the American Express
Company of great aid in handling
remittances to the Torgsin.
This world-wide travel company
specializes in the sale of foreign
remittances. With no trouble al
all one may go to any of their
many American offices and pur-
1 nearth Ossuaries Bearing Names
ol New Testament in Palestine
The confirms ass meets
lay morning at 11 o'clock in
the rabbi's -tudy.
A meeting of the mothers of the
onfirmation class was held
in the rabbi's study Tuesday morn-
ing, at which time the rabbi ex-
I to them that he would like
; lay evening din-
mai Is and their
pareni 1 acquaint them
with the beautiful spirit of a true
ith dinner in a Jewish hum.',
in th these children
irents to hold
in their hmne each
Krida.
a :
and achers' meeting
; in the rabbi's study
on Monday evening. Many sub-
discussed,
and the next n. r the year
- VVi
day h month.
1 om s to '.'.
-' meeting will be
held ft lip. 111.
Temple The board of the Tem-
ple met l evening at 8
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Ossuaries dating back to several
centuries before the destruction of
alem, and bearing Hebrew in-
scriptions recalling the nomencla-
ture of the New Testament, have
just been uncovered in a number
iibs in eaves on a hill and
in the Valley of Kedron out-
side the old city of Jerusalem, it
was learned by the I'aleor Agency,
Dr. Eliezer Sukenik, profesor of
archaeology at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem, who has been
conducting an exploration of the
Ionic, Jonathan, Simoi .
ilar to those mentioned inthi
Testament. Remarkably well p,,.
served skeletons were found
oral of the ossuaries. This
taut archaeological discov*
expeced to throw light on the iu.
Cial problems of the Jew- .
period, according to Dr, Sukenik
who said that the Heb
sity intends to undertake anthw.
pological measurements with jpe-
cial instruments that wen
chased recently. Excellent!}
served in the original
brown pigments with which the;
were painted two thousand
ago, the ossuaries are dec
with rosettes, flowers and
rical designs. The discovery of the
ossuaries is the second extraordi-
nary archaeological find to be
made this year. Last May archives
with Hebrew inscriptions corrob-
orating tin1 Bible during tl
riod of the Kingdom of Judah
uncovered in the ancient city of
Tel Adduweir by a British archeo-
logical expedition headed by .1. L.
Starkey,
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i, November 15, 1935
.May
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
[iar Reader: Perhaps it is
bml by now.
It is befitting at this time to
t acquainted with the various
,,,nimittees and members who have
tn selected to take charge of the
toest "Y" affair of the year.
L, as you know, or should know,
i. the fourth annual dance that is
t, be held December 4th at the
leiutiful Miami Beach Country
Program committee: Chairman,
Pallott: Hyman Apte, Sam
fchmdell. Al Berkowitz. Seymour
I Joe Greenberg and Harry
Johwartz- Ticket committee: Chair-
tan. Nat Blumberg; Oscar Argin-
Lr. Manny Tietler, Adolph Haimes,
tarry Apte, Jules Wilson, Louis
Lfer and Harry Schwartz. Re-
[ n committee: Chairman, Al-
t' Grossman; Phillip Berkowitz,
lorry Cross man, Al Rosenfeld, Sol
fcotfort and Al Reisman. Enter-
tainment committee: Chairman,
Back Apt.-: Sam Shindcll, Sey
piur Kaplan, Joe Segal, Ben Sci-
I ind Leo Lipowsky. Publicity
I an, Boris Schlaehman.
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Seven
SOCIETY
Reception and refreshment committee of the Y. M. II. A. dance.
Reading from left to right: Philip Berkowit*. Hyman Apte. Al Reis-
man, Marry Grossman, Al Grossman and Jack Apte
Don't lose any time in getting M. Machtei, Rabbi Julius Washer,
your tickets. Only nineteen day- -Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Miss Bea
remain.
Silver. Following the debate, the
I verdict in favor of the negative i
A special meeting of the board WM rendered by Rabbi Dr. Kaplan, I
of directors of the V. M. ||. A. wh'pofce .brleflyand humorously.
will Ik." held at the clubiooms Sun-
Mr. J. Louis Shochet, who presid-
ed, then presented the negative de-
day, November 17th, at 1:30 p. m. haters with gifts of rolling pins,
Mrs. AI Mechlowitz receiving the
A special meeting of the ticket Igift on behalf of her husband, while
committee will be held at the home
of the chairman, Nat Blumberg.
1251 S. W. Fifth st, Friday, No-
vember 15th, at 8:15 p. m. All
members are urged to attend.
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation clubrooms were filled to
capacity Wednesday night when wm' 'rank Naldi, comedian, and
gifts of lemons were presented to
the debaters for the affirmative.
Others who spoke were Al Gross-
man, president of the "Y"; E. A.
Pallott, chairman of the fourth an-
nual dance committee, and Boris
Schlaehman, executive director of
the organization. Entertainers
The Miami Beach Kosher Mar-
ket, at 829 Collins ave., Miami
Beach, is now open for the eighth
consecutive season. The store has
been enlarged, completely renovat-
ed, and every arrangement provid-
ed for the convenience of the cus-
tomer. The grocery and delicates-
sen department is under the man-
agement of the popular Jack Wu-
cher, with whom there is now as-
sociated Mr. A. Lynn, in charge.
Mr. Wucher, who has been a resi-
dent of this area for a long num-
ber of years and connected with a
number of the prominent food
stores, has provided an unexcelled
line of everything in foods and del-
icatessen, and a complete stock of
dairy foods. They are exclusive
agents for the Barnet Brodie Gen-
uine Kosher Meat Products, and
Sticit's Mat'/.os. Rev. S. Guttman,
tin' well known shoched, is in com-
plete charge of the poultry depart-
ment. Guttman has served as
shoched in the Greater Miami area
since his arrival here and has been
active' in Miami Beach communal
affairs. He will personally super-
vise and be responsible for the
poultry department. Only the fin-
est of strictly kosher Western beef,
lamb and veal will be handled in
the meat department, in charge of
Joe Reisman, pioneer kosher butch-
er of this area. Louis Hendel, the
veteran fruit and vegetable man,
will be in charge of and operate
the fruit and vegetable department.
I A complete delivery system is pro-
vided for the benefit of the em-
tomers.
*
The annual meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau for tho elec-
tion of officers will be held
Wednesday evening, November -7,
at Kaplan Hall at 8 o'clock. Re-
ports of the work of the past year
will be submitted preceding the
election of officers. All Miumians
are Urged to attend.
RADIO
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
"The Modern Sodom." In addition
to the sermon there will be pray-
ers, music, scripture reading and a
question box.
TORGSIN
GIFTS
Those of you in surrounding
as well as the local folks,
It ire making plans to attend
I da "ccasion can make your
serrations now by writing Boris
kchlachnian at 1567 S. W. Fifth
Lor telephone 2-965!) or 5-2688.
The Women's Division is to have
I:- election of officers November
pith. The present officers, Bea
Elver, Nell Lehrman and Sylvia
fcreenfield, have done commendable
pork in making the women's group
in outstanding one and deserve
pue consideration at election time.
The Junior Division once again
lad its meeting called off on ac-
kount of darkness. There positive-
ly will be light at the next meet-
b& or else, bring your own can-
ps or lamps.
Humor a la mode: Harry Smart,
Ike caretaker of the "Y," was giv-
In quite a scare Tuesday night. He
Itard a continued knocking at the
f""t and immediately awoke from
i deep dream of peace, and with
candle in his hand hurried to
rv who was there.
As he reached the door he heard
mw Litvoks voice mumble: "Open
pis door, smart guy; it's a stick-
ais naturally made Harry
friendly with the villain, who
fried him by his last name. "What
f>.vuu want?" asked Harry of the
ptlgator, "1 want to know where
P>y, Al Pilot, that calls him-
'f the pool champion, is." Harry
time in obliging and imme-
Nely arranged for a best five
1 of nine game series. I do not
psh to divulge the name of the
ptvok, but imagine his embarrass-
pnt when he wa taken into camp
P A' with five straight losses.
rto't you, Sam Shindell?
the debate on "Death Is Preferable
to Marriage" attracted an unusual-
ly large audience. Upholding the
affirmative in fervent speeches
were Sheldon Dubler, Milton Fried-
man and Dan Seppler. Waxing el-
oquent in defending the negative
were Al Mechlowitz, K. Al Pallott
and Abe Aronovitz. Judges were
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi S.
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Page Eight
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Society
Jacob Alter, winter visitor to
.Miami tor the past five yean, died
here several wicks apo after a
brief illness. Mr. Alter, who was
a native of Hungary, came t" <'hi-
t-ajTO more than forty years ago,
where He established the Alter
Light Co. He- soon became active
in Jewish communal and civic af-
ra and for a long time served
;. treasurer of District Grand
Lodge No. C of B'nai B'rith, the
iition lie occupied at the time
of his death. IK' was a member
of Sinai Temple in Chicago and of
a number of fraternal and char-
itable organizations. Interment
was in Sinai Temple plot in Chi-
cago. He is survived by his wid-
ow, three sons, Harry. I.eo and Ar-
thur, and a daughter, Mrs, Gizella
Kahn. The widow and daughter
are Bpending the winter in Miami
Bi ach. Among those who sent con-
dolences to the family were Adolph
Cohen, international president of
B'nai B'rith.
* *
Theta Chi Omega sorority held
its formal pledging service Sunday
at the sorority rooms in the Hu
apartments. Miss Audrey Rothen-
berg, preside:-.;, conducted the
candle light ceremony.
Pleducs arc ilias Evelyn Alpert,
Miss Rosalyn Daum, Miss Gladys
Kirshbaum, Miss Adele Segall,
Miss Frieda Speizman, Miss Betty
Lasky, Miss Ruth Orlin, Miss Jo-
sephine Goodman, Miss Beatrice
Hani.-, Mi-- Estelle Kasanoff and
Miss Barbara Wertheinur.
Miss Kirshbaum is president of
the pledge class, Miss Lasky vice-
president and Miss Daum secre-
tary,treasurer.

A meeting of .Junior Hada sab
was held Monday evening at the
: Beth David Talmud Torah. Plans
were formulated for the annual
turkey trot, to be held Thanksgiv-
ing eve, November 28th, at the
Hotel Alcazar roof garden. A
gala evening of entertainment is
being planned. Miss Doris ClO-
mer is chairman of the affair and
i- 1m be as.-isted by Miss Reggie
Goldstein, Miss Eva Denaburg,
Miss Ann Schweitzer. Miss Ida
Engler, Mis- Norma Marcus, Miss
Myra Goodkowsky, Miss Beck Nash
and Mrs. Sol Rot fort.
Mi-- Rose Newburg was appoint-
ed publicity chairman. Mrs. .lack
I.eff. hospitality chairman, extend-
ed her greetings to the new mem-
bers and visitors.
In honor of the day an Armis-
tice Hay program was given. Mrs.
Murry Grossman, program chair-
man, began the entertainment with
the assembly singing patriotic
songs. Mi>s Evelyn Kane played
on the violin. '-Songs My Mother
Taught Me,.....rarantel" and
-Dark Eyes," accompanied at the
piano by Miss Ruth Buchell.
Mrs. Maurice Alpert of tin' Seil-
I ouncj| ,,f Jewish Women then
gave her greetings, and spoke on
"The Young Women in the Peac<
Movement."
Mr. Al Grossman, president oJ
the Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion, was then called upon, and
talked on "The Importance of a
Jewish Community Center."
Following the meeting a BOCial
hour was enjoyed. The next meet-
ing of the organization will he held
Monday evening, November 25th,
at the Beth David Talmud Torah.
lovie^L
ssiw*'
This is the story of a song.
The song is 'Reckless," which
began as a song, yet one that grew
Paris (WNS) The possibility
that anti-Hitler forces throughout
the world will he united in a new
body under the leadership of Ilein-
rich Bruening, former chancellor
of Germany, opened here with the
announcement that leaders of the
Gei-man Socialists and Communists
have invited him to take command
of the Anti-Nazi front.
and grew until it has become one
of the most spectacular musical
J^y^November 15,
numbers introduced through
medium of motion pictures
Jerome Kern, dean of Amerc J
composers, wrote it and gave j,.v
title of the picture, "Reckless",?
Melro-Goldwyn-Mnyer musical a
travaganza that co-stars Jean Hi
low and William Powell and oM*
Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre
'Reckless" is a glamorous n,
Bical drama of Broadway's b*
Btage and the upper strata of
ciety. The cast includes Franch,
Tone, May Rohson, Ted Healy ft
I'ondloton, Robert Light, RoVa^
Russell and Henry Stephenion.
Jane Withers, the kid who pro*
herself a complete annoyance i
"Bright Eyes," has the title ro!
in Fox Film's latest comedy sue.
cess, "Ginger," which opens Son
day at the Seventh Avenue The
atre.
When Jane, the little, independ
ent, self-reliant product of Kinti
ave., is taken into the Park avj
home of the pampered Jacki:
Searl, there's a swell clash witi
a world of comedy. 0. P. Heggi
gives an outstanding pcrformam
as Jane's foster uncle and KatbJ
erine Alexander and Walter Kis
provide an unusual romance
Jackie Searl's parents.
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