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The Jewish Floridian ( February 17, 1933 )

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& Jewish Floridiai in u>]. 6, No. 7. LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1933. Price Five Cents SCIENCE in the TALMUD Beth David holds Purim Bazaar w HAT is the Talmud? It is with this ejaculatory Noted Rabbi to Charity Bail Speak Saturday Plans Completed Plans for the annual Purim ball and bazaar of Beth David Sisterquer v Umt Emmanuel Deutsch. sevhood, as announced by Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president, provide for colorenteen centuries after the first compilation of its enigmatic tomes, begins 1" now classical essay on the subject, It appears that even today. Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York City, who arrived here last week. will address the worshippers of Belli Jacob congregation. Miami ful booths and many interesting and Beach at tne Salurday mornmg Mr novel events for the entertainment of the guests. The event will bo hese opera of the Jewish held at the Mahi Shrine temple. 1415 Blscayne boulevard, on Thursday evening. February 23. and the Purim spirit will prevail The pro11 eds will be devoted to the Talmud Torah of the organization. Mrs. J. Engler Is chairman of the bazaar committee and announces that open Icetchily, its answer. What, nouae wlll bt lu ld (ially unU1 Feb at a mind are being subjected to all manner o: ribald criticism, and when : its of the Gemara are misquoted by literary knave and garbled by bigoted ignoramuses, it would be well to re%  .,,,-, this question, and to indicate Vices, tomorrow. Rabbi Freed, who is known as one of the most powerful speakers in the Yiddish language in this country, will talk on Is the Talmud? Briefly, it is a history of Jewish ruary 22, at the Talmud Torah tor members who wish to aid in the bacivilization during the first four or zaar. The program committee coniix centuries of the Christian era. sists ol Mrs Sydney I. Weintraub, In its thirty-six treatises, in its Six Dr. and Mrs Albert E Rosenthal, Sedanni i8ha'), in its 2.947 folio Leo Ackerman. Ed Friedman and leaves : its twelve-volume edition. Lewis Brown. Floor managers are one obtains a perlect kaleidoscopic Sydney L. Weintraub and Stanley Mew ol .Jewish life and literature C. Myers. Tickets committee condoling this period. No Jewish activity is omitted; the customs and mores ot our nation are here resists of Mrs. Morris Dubler. Mrs. Sol Weinkle, M. J. Kopplowitz and Harrv Markowitz. The finance coinHavnian and Mannie Wesson. corded with faithful precision. Not mittee is composed of Mrs. Lotus In vam has it been called "the ocean ot the Talmud." All-embracing in lt.s content, the entire fauna and flora of Jewish thought shine through it with the aqueous glow of twenty centuries. For he who thumbits pages i printed with the same plates since 1572' will find in Meeting every Wednesday at noon the general committee arranging the annual Charity ball for the Jewish Welfare bureau hears reports of the various sub-committees appointed by the general chairman. Mrs. Hyman N. Levy. An energetic effort is being made to make this one of the outstanding events of the season from the viewpoint of giving the patrons more than their money's worth. Stars from practically all of the night clubs in this district have promised to try and attend to entertain the guests at the Floridian hotel the evening of March 12. Realizing the actual facts as to the crying needs of many Jewish families who could not exist without the help of the Jewish Welfare bureau, the members of the ball committee are being urged to push the sale of tickets and ads in the souvenir program for the dance. The residents and tourists are urged to help along this good cause by purchasing as manytickets as possible for themselves and their friends. •Announcements! L 4 CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) .111 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach L. AXELROD. Rabbi The regular Friday evening servlces begin at 5:45 with the late serat 8:15 when the rabbi will deliver a sermon on "The Commandments." Cantor Boris Schlachman will lead the congregational singing and chant the services. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. and the rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION I ( >n*ervative> III N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Early services begin at 5:45 with the late services at 8:15 p. m„ when the usual chanting and congregational singing will be enjoyed. A social hour will follow the usual late services. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. RABBI MATER FREED Safer Torah To be Presented the necessity of providing a source of training to insure the future of Judaism, particularly in the United States and Canada. Rabbi Freed has had considerable experience in House Show Attracts Society TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform I 1ST N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Services begin tonight at 8:15 when Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will Taking a loremost place on the preach a sermon on "Obedience and week-end social calendar, the Miami Disobedience of Laws Both Necesthe field of education, particularly Biltmore Natl0 nal Horse show which | sary for Human Progress." Followthat of higher Jewish learning. In With ceremonies which will recall it a sufficient number of precepts to the glories and traditions of a past dub it a code of law; sufficient chroday. Mr. and Mrs. P. Silverman of nicies to make it a book ol history: Newark. N. J.. winter residents of sufficient legend to render it a masMiami Beach, will present a Safer r.of creative fancy, sufficient Torah .Holy Scroll* to Beth Jacob ,. _' t .„_ i ation. Many famous personalities opens at the Tropical park race ing the services a reception will be recent years he has directed efforts j lrack Saturday ni8h t will be ac' held in Kaplan hall, where a social throughout the United States to en, companied bv a round 0 f entertainhour will be spent and visitors may courage the training of the Jewish I jng durmg ne four days of its dur meet eacn Qtner Torah and continuing on into the Qf [ne num and polo world alrea dy Yeshiva. He r libers among his ad| are arriving at the Miami Biltmore hotel to remain throughout the ; show. Preceding the opening of the show Saturday night there will be a number of dinner parties both at Miami Biltmore Country club mlrers some of the most noted scholars and educators both in this terpit foreign expressions — it is generally congregation on Sunday night. Feb couched in Western Aramaic — to be ruary 19. cl Inestimable value to Greek. LatAll will gather at the home of the in and Hebrew philology, sufficient Silvermans at 659 Meridian avenue. t ovltltrv an(i abroad local description to pass for a textMiami Beach, at 6 p. m.. and with book on geography; sufficient data the Safer Torah will proceed in on coins to endow it with the charprocession to the synagogue. A band add ol a catalogue on numismatol music will accompany the Diarchies; even a sufficient number of ers to the synagogue. As the prorecipes from which to compile a cession nears the synagogue the cook-b iok. It is the thesaurus of scrolls now in the synagogue will be Jewish thought; it is the encyclocarried by officers of the congregapedia i Jewish lore: it is the Hans„ on and honored guests to meet the iary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox ara ol Jewish life new Safer Torah. Together all will congregation plans for the annual A '|i | TT.-LI -1 tne Miami Bil UXlliary tO ITOIG. and al private homes of many of Annual Ball At a meeting of the Ladies' auxilreservations. Following the show Sunday afternoon there will be a tea on the terrace of the club, and February 22 the social festivities will be climaxed .r!TJ<^r'iM where Purim ball of the organization for with a Horse Show ball. Nor in thus vast compendium of march into the synagogue, wneie %  • ..,., Among early arrivals lor the show who will be seen with their thorMIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox I 1545 S. W. Third Street JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi Regular services begin at 5:45 with the late services at 8:30 when the winter colonists who have box Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will preach on "Revelation." Following the sermon, the recent innovation of talking on current Jewish news througherudition has science been neglectcantor Boris Schlachman will sing March 1 at the-Mahi Shrine temple i I is, we are fully aware, a comseveral appropriate psalms. An adwere announced by the chairman of out the world will be continued by the rabbi. This feature is attracting many to the services. A social hour will follow the services. "LTZ'r'.ViZuZ* I ; i ,,. w,l, be made bv the arrangements committee. Mrs. OUK hbred mounts are: Miss Ma .got \\7 _„_._ CUlU mon Jewish fa ling to attribute to dress ot welcome will be made o\ e. ._.,.„. ,. „ D ,,„„„ M v .nd W OUien S V^IUD .„,„ ,,„ ,..11 ni-PMrip Nathan Abramson. Plans include Massee. ol New Rochelle. N Y. and v *~ : men and to all great dissome Jewish origin. Thus Columbus is posthumously circumHarrv I. Lipton. who will preside. Rabbi Uri Langer. a visitor to the the usual dancing and a vaudeville orange Park. Fla Mrs. A. C. C SlintlPr show in which most of the enterThompson, of Elmhurst. 111., and OpUIlaVJla OUp^Cl Beach and famous in Chassidic eircised thus insulin, apparently becles in Hungary will direct the ceredesigned for the Jewish distermed a Jewish remedy. monies of filling in the initials and reciting the various prayers. He will Nevertheless, the fact does remain be assisted by Rabbi Lazarus Axelthat there are in pages of the Talrod of the congregation. mud such scientific data as to prove The public is urged to attend (gain the truth of Solomon's these ceremonies and enjoy the program that will be presented and the named within the next few days. refreshments that will be served during the evening. Cantor Shlisky Chants Services Bnai Brith will Meet Thursday ummmt, 7 shliskv who lodge of Miami scheduled for last I Thomas Herren. Cantor Joseph Z. j ^^ A g Tnompsoni of p aducah Ky.. HI concerning novelty under the sun. Mathematics 1 Is, ol course, a well known fact 'hat in the Gemara. science is the handmaiden of religion. That antibet ween the scientific and the theological so much favored by lecturers and essayists did not exist ""oew heard'during the past sevnight was postponed to next Thurs. Tannaim and the Amoraim. ; cra weeks in Miami and, M,ml ^T^n^Ss ven witchcraft and sorcery, the Bejch^lU ^gjg-* are u'rged to attend as a very interTractate Sanhedrin informs us, was Del "" esting program will be presented at Wnned bv the Talmudists for the ng. February 18, beginning a ^ „,,„„ wn ch wi n be held at Purpose of the better understand %  Tuesday ight ^^ the community centre of the He, he W in be heard in a concert at the b Athletic club at the corner of tulners PerPet !" UOn synagog in a program of traditional S W. Sixteenth avenue and Fifth ""continued on Pae Four! numbers as well as folk songs. street. tainers now in the Greater Miami Mrs. D. W. V. Boice. of Princeton. section will appear. Booths will be i N. J.. who will show her famous The Woman's club of the Workartlstlcally arranged for the sale of' hunt team. Mickey. Helen of Troy men's circle will entertain the memarticles, and Secret. bers of the organization and their Purim novelties, some from PalColonel Fitzhugh Lee, a grandson friends at a "milchige" supper Sunestine will be offered to the guests, of Gen. Robert E. Lee. who is sta| day evening. February 19. beginning Sub-committee chairmen will be Cloned at Fort McPherson. Atlanta, at 7:30 p. m. A program including was among early arrivals for the singing of folk songs and other show, being a member of the comamusements will be provided during mittee in charge of plans and also the evening. The general public If one of the Judges. In a group from j invited to attend and tht nomif.nl Fort Oglethorpe. Ga.. who will take j charge of 30 cenu> win oe made. In part in the show are Lieut, and Mrs. \ charge of arrangements is a cornWalter Burnside. Lieut. William mittee headed by Mrs. Henry Seiti Bradley. Lieut J. K. Baker. Capt. O. lin. chairman. She is being assisted A regular meeting of Bnai Brith i A. Shubert. Harry Knight and by Mesdames L. Silver. E. Pont. 1 Katzif. F. Slaviter and I. Gilman. whose stables are famous in the Beach and Chicago; Dr. T. M. CasBlue Orass state, and who will be sidy. Garden City. L. I.; Albert one of the judges for the show, arLasker. New York; Robert Law. rived yesterday. Among those who Port Chester. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. have made box reservations for the Fred Wettach. Shrewsbury. N. J.; show during the last few days are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey S. Firestone. Col. Henry L. Doherty. president of Akron. O.; Clement Chinn. Frank the Florida Year-Round clubs; Adair of Atlanta and Carl Byoir of Charles A. McCullough. Miami New York. • I



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Page Two FLO RID I AN "ryl7, 1933 \ Becauso of a delay caused by earlier booking in large northern cities, the all-Yiddish talking and singing picture, the "Voice of Israel." will be shown on March 5. at the Biscayne Plaza theatre instead of the date first announced. The film is a picturization cf the struggles of the Jewish people from their exodus in Egypt down to the present day. Appearing in various scenes si Hebrew songs for which they have become famous throughout the world are the renowned cantors. Joseph Rosenblatt, who appeared in "Sonny Boy" with Al Jolson: Cantor Joseph Shlisky. whose voice was heard recently in several appearances here: Seidel Rovner. Mordecai Hershman and other noted cantors. Machtenberg's all-male choir cf more than a hundred voices is heard during the picture, wnich has been acclaimed throughout the United States and Canada and has attracted large audiences durini: Its showing in many theatres. Miss -Natalie Pallott i his; wri'k in honor of Miss Louise Goldbc-m. whi : Cohi ly. The 1: her gam %  J .: %  • : I I Nightly Dinner DANCE THE l\l H HOTEL DINNER SERVED f< p. in. to 9: 30 p. m. DANC INC p. m. in .i. in. si.50 PER PERSON LARRY RICHARDSON and hh ( AVA1 II R,S Estelles Gowns Moderately Priced 200 E. FLAGLER ST. The next regular meeting ol the j of the Jewish Vfi Ifare bureau will be held at Kaplan hall on Monday afternoon. February CO. beginning at 2:30 p. m. Following the business meeting an interesting program will be presented and a social hour will foilow. and a social hour will follow Mrs. Max Dobnn will be 0 speaker and will the community chest. S-nior Hadassah met last Monday at the Miami Acacia club when important business was transacted Plans for the annual donor's luncheon to be held on February JT with Mrs Barney Wrinkle in charge. were announced. A welcoming tea vrith v Frances Williamson and Lois Dobrin in charge will be hi Id shortly Following the business :: several dance numbers were I. Mrs Bert Friedman given by June Torch %  %  • .. ol of Temple Israel every Sal irday morn::. m 10 to 12 o'clock. I %  : %  • nfim : : • %  : %  pier • EMU the likeable young Doug has been quite so ingratiating as in the role of the improvident and penniless adventurer who gets his miraculous chance to be a millionaire [oi ,:..• -rescuer of maidens In distress—discoverer of darkd ...:..:.—hobo and hero — game lant winner. "Union Depot also gives the vivabig opportunity, en_ her to display new phases of her individual talent. The Senior Council of Jewish n has made plans for an elaborate bridge at the William Penn hotel. Miami Beach, on Tuesday. February 28. in order to raise funds for the distribution of Passover food baskets to needy Jewish families. All moneys raised at this bridge will be devoted entirely to this splendid cause. Prizes will be given : igh scores and refreshments will be served The public is urged to attend the chairman, Mrs Lewis Brown, are Mesdames Charles Greenfield. Al Seiden. Isidor Cohen. Morris Dubler. Louis W inkle. P. SchemeBlank and M. S Rubin. Mr %  '•'• I ol Coral Mrs. rs from nkel, Mr. ; Mr. and Mrs. i.oodi man, • %  Mil r. M ; Ml Mrs. 1 A ( e %  < // Milk • f, r GRAHAM'S Pa leurlzed Milk 10< ; Creai 13c I i cam '!"' IH-VM'S DAIM nt I anal 25S-J • %  %  Mil | [ \. II %  %  M ii I: I K ROMA Restaurant I i %  !! Italian Dinners 110 N. K. 2nd Avt. First Clai• Iood at Modtrale Prit a The National council of Jewish .luinois will present a midwinter frolic .Saturday night at the Miami Be ach Golf and Country club. Miss Charlotte Kahn is chairman, assisted by Harriet Kantor. Ida Safer and Ruth Schwartz. To the Jewish woman proud of her heritage of the "sanctity of the family life," for which the Jewish people is justly famous, the lectures cf Elizabeth Van Dyke at 44 S. E. First street should be greatly interesting. This lady, who appears daily at 10:30 a m.. 2:30 p. m. and 7:30 o'clock p. in., and discusses a subject on the charm of good health, feminine hygiene and all its attributes and general family life, invites you to attend as many of her lectures as ipossible because in each one she brings out vital points of importance to every woman. We noticed her audience to consist of women of the thinking kind. Women who recognize that charm Is possible to every woman, if she but nizes a few simple and unadulterated truths In her mode of living. She talks to you in sincere i : ms and is most genriri your questions, She will be here but a short while, bel that she has a most woman "who cares" these lectures ar free. There are no collections. The attendance at the Bible stud; Class conducted by Rabbi 3. M Machtei at the home of Maj. Kauj. man Mandel. 3012 S. YV. Eighth street, has Increased greatly. The class devotes itself to the study of scripture from the angle of determining the hidden values in the Holy writings. At 11 o'clock Sunday morning the class will again convene at the home of Maj Mandel to study the revealed scriptures relating to the Flood and to the To*. er of Babel. Members of all faiths are welcome. 1 II 1: l-ol LTR1 AND DICE FR1 ITS V i> I TAB1 ES MRS. A. WALL 1 %  %  11 d ARE WE k „ faith with those who trust us, arc wc living up to our obligations if we risk their future happiness bv ignoring the problems that would arise for them if, some day, we did ""/ come home? Life Insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern Health & I lie Insurance Policy on each one i. necessary CO protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. \ few pennies each week is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE A I IEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK, Manager Iti %  1 Board Bldtt. PI Till] .MIAMI LAUNDRY I Noted for (he Fine Quality of Iti Work j Phone 2-5111 28N.E.3rdSt. REPORT OF COUNTY FUNDS, DADE COUNTY FOR THE PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER P.O. 1932 ind disbursements oi the County Funds of Dade Count; f'" < hf iber 30, 1932 with the balances and amount cf .variants outstanding and a statemenl ind the value ol I >untj pi p ij ,i ihe said Dadi County as reported on uu v "• :l "' Beard ol Counl I ml loners and the Clerk Circuit Court is herebi I 1 : 1 ns of ( hapler 8813, lei rl 1915, Laws of Florida. .1. H. LEE, < smptrollcr B z %  I %  %  %  %  %  ; I %  %  61.791 :.• ll,116.7 1ST 1.11 I H54.90 • i I ', 747 % % %  2 11 1 n 190 07 II I9S. 9 S20. 285 Mil. I.Mi.1 111 111 178,1 I76.5U.16 ,400.388.18 II 14.929 %  %  %  %  I I I ,; .... 0 %  \ 1881 ra IND LIABILITIES i, tor .1 th H %  Cm "" %  "I Oil ... Cr. V III-: OF COUNTY Jail and Other Bull Ii S 1.929 11 %  '• I 200.1 1 1 U 888.26 '• %  1.197.2s 19.026.982.67 Lai H %  Invi ntoriv Fur iitur and E luipmanl % %  ad and Bridjra E lulpmenl l< r 1 Booka Law BOOIM Hi n iici,t Uri j|m PROP ...... i.i.rt*. ..niil.il 'll-l---' 1.1.1" '" 114 I** : I I %  9.09S.5S I4.0ll.tt*->' ajl.l70.Tt01



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Friday, I cbruary 17, 193 3. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Throe THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED KVEKV FRIDAY by the „uisil FI.OR1WAN PUBLISHING CO. J III S. W. Fifteenth Avenue j LOUIS B p. c Miami. Florida Seventy-Six A Story of Age tad Youth i LOUI8 SIIOCHET. Editor P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1183 tions of the Passover ceremony. And now —well, there were always more grandchildren coming along Seven sons there were, all married but one; and one daughter. Ruth, the fiery spoiled Ruth ispoiled? Well, why not? One daughter i. He won(I red what Ruth was doing at that moment, away from them all, in some other city. Of course, she had r( „l :,Mvmul ,-luss mutter July 4. [ %  .. i Offic* m Miami. Florida, : '.,, \, i ,.f March 3. 1S7B. WF.ST PALM BBACH OFFICE 114 Kiithth Street Mr*. MSfhrehnick. Representative SI listIRIPTION ,„ Monthnitr Vaar tl.00 (2.00 FRIDAY. FEBRIARY 17, 1933. Vol. 6. No. 7. Jewish Conception of (Charity And thou shalt love thy neighthyself." This is a fundamental principle in our religion — perhaps the basis of our religious laws and practices. Who has not heard ol Rabbi SUM'S famous reply lo a heathen's request for an explanation of our religion: "What is displeasing to thee, do not to othCharity sounds the keynote of our iaith. The Jews have always been distinguished lor this virtue. We have not forgotten our poor; we assisted the stranger in our midst. We have visited the sick: we have conilorted the mourner; we worked for peace. It hath been told thee. O man. what is good, and what the Lord doth require of thee only to do Justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God." Let us always remember that we are only the custodians of that which God has bestowed upon us. that love of our neighbor should prompt us to part with it in ordei to relieve him from sorrow and misfortune, that it is our duty to support organized societies tor his purpose. Let us always THINK charitably of our neighbor; do not condemn a man without sufficient for we are all liarJle to err. Lei us "seek justice, relieve the • (i. judge the fatherless. cad foi the widow." Jewish Ad%  Stronger than Death Mr~ Sarah Branchaud. a Jewess, married u non-Jew. She is about to indi : o a very serious operation !rom winch she feels she may not recover. She now wants to divorce fcer husband to enable her 1 o be buried in the cemeteries of her lathers. This problem a justice of Ulfi supreme court will have to decide. A human story that no fiction niter could have concocted without funning the risk of being charged ith chauvinism. That a woman on "'•<' eve of an operation should be d by her longing to be buried according to Jewish rites in a Jewish cemetery is indeed a tragic footnote to inter-marriage. It repeals that tradition is stronger than lo ve and death. Or can it be that wme sly lawyer invented this touch>ng ttory to provide a novel ground 'r divorce? Theoreticians have 'ommented on inter-marriage from evpr >' possible angle. No one has thought of this new phase. Life had to teach us that consequences of mter-marriage reach further than wen death. Grandpa always sal. as he did now. at the window, with his little skull-cap somewhat tilted. Always he gazed silently out upon the small park, at the bug-like automobiles, I a husband — and a husband had his the newspaper, spread open on his \ rignts %  • • lap. slipping olf when he dozed. He picked up yesterday's paper Helen glanced at him from her corand adjusted his spectacles. There ner of the room. If only she could were still some items he had not talk to him. say something to him! read; for on Saturday his papers What was it he thought all the : were not printed and Friday's istime? Did he really understand j sue was thick. Even after 50 years When she spoke to him? They talkthere were events still exciting: ed different languages, literally. And MW wars, new inventions. Here was ,| they talked other world.-. Helen was a funny story Grandpa chucksure of that. But how tired he must led. He was conscious that Helen be ot the silence, ol his perpetual was watching him. What was she silence. He seldom discussed his thinking? He was different from past; it was almost as though their her Perhaps she was a bit had been no life for him at all. ashamed Ol his beard? Let her be! As Helen stood with her back lo He'd go on living his way whether him, feeding the canary In the tali she liked it or not. What was she brass cage, she did not notice how taring at? Was it wrong for him THE he watched her. Ja. ja. she was a pretty girl. A credit to the breed straight, slim. blond, Shicksa! They had even amed her Helm. Helen! what kind of name was that? Well, thelrx wasn't his world. No; his seven sons had been trained in the ways .1 the Old World, in the traditions ol Jehovah, Once more he wondered, bitterly, how they could have tit hiteat lungs, had become almost heathens. They had forgotten how he had labored lor them labored — with his hands. "Helen." The girl turned at the .sound of .us soft, low voice, "Yes. grandpa." What could be omlng? "You see these arms? When I was .1 young man I took up boilers — two hundred pound boilers —and aviied them. Not now any morels all gone But I did once." Helen looked, appreciatively, n only he'd gone on talking! "Why. grandpa, you're Still strong! to be sitting there, reading and laughing a little? He'd done it before — had always done it — would always do it "Want some tea. grandpa? I'm [Oin: to make some." Ah. sweet girl! Yes. tea was good for him. Tea he might have there. In his son's home. But the rest of their pagan food, their mixed dishes .. Well, they had their own Ives; he would never say a word— never Let them live as they pleased. Though often, as he sat at their table, eating on his own cloth and from his own dishes, he had uttered a small prayer, a little prayer of his own that He might forgive these children their sins, at whose home he had almost found peace. As for the rest of them, it didn't matter so much what happened to these inmates. He had done his all, more than he could, to teach them to love his religion. And they didn't believe, any of them. He couldn't forgive them that, could forgive none but his son. his first-born, the Mahatma Gandhi is running a weekly newspaper. For some odd reason it doesn't become as well known as the other sheet. For the first time in some years, a British boxer, one Seaman Watson, whipped an American contender. And the next day Chamberlain got tough over debts. The distances to fixed stars, comv.utations show, will have to be cut 10 per cent. We trust it is impressed on them that they are lucky not to be laid off entirely. Who knows but what the depres-ion will be over of its own accord before congress gives us a beer to cry into! Neville Chamberlain and associate debt negotiators would be wise to sharpen the chisel before sailing. ;'s the taxpayers here have their noses to all the grindstones. Educational films have been tried with marked success in three Massachusetts towns. A gold star is given the scholar who can tell how the story is coming out after one reel. Laying an egg" la Broadway's patois for a quick and unqualified flop. All of which may help in understanding a lame duck congress. Dora is quite open about her reasons for disliking jigsaws. It appears there is no way to cheat in an mergency. Matters could be worse It is years since we last saw a fellow scrape the tobacco out of a pocket to (ill his pipe. He was pleased. But: "No. no. my kindest, whose daughter he now child, no more, no more." watched from the corner of his eye. The girl regarded him closely. H ;lm nm( s now ong ag0 howStill lie wa.s heavily built. Even |o])g agQ jt seemed llu y ,,. u ,„.,.„ now his shoulders were thick, broad, )us ^^ domg thingJj ms way T| .„ thai the rest of his suit hung Ihry had rebelled they had suffered; wrinkled on his shrunken frame, or u (| whlpped ,,„.,,, plenty, he had. perhaps it was the blown sweatei Bu( uull K00d had it done ... Long he always wore beneath his jack,:.' ^ lQng agQ ne thougnt ^ ne Handsome old man! His sturdy crop watcned tnt au tomobiles crawl along of gray-black hair still showed beM h( 1( .. 1R| ,, u ,. adl0 Thes( neath his silken black cap, and his werfi theJr m tt K(jds t risscl 0SJ)i One little hint is often more than a ton of advice. worth long, full beard was well-trimmed and dignified. He looked a bit tired. it was true For today had been Saturday, and on Saturday there was no riding for grandpa; but ashing, never at peace. In the movie he had once seen, an idol I ad stretched out a claw and crushed his worshippers. He could never :orget that But sometimes it there were the Sabbath services at s ,,,, |ned as though life were much the synagogue down in Harlem. Any tlu same wnen hc talked „jth his young man would be fatigued after () d lriends at the chevra. where a six-mile walk on the hard city they me m Har i em often he was pavements; and grandpa was sevimused t0 hear himself, after so eniy-six. many years, still interested in the •You wont believe it. I was tall. ;ame unimportant essentials. Well, like David." 'David was her young,, kepl lnem young A i,. but they r brother, more like the rest of the mgl nore 0 f te n now to bury one of tribe, dark. tall, seriousi. "When I ,,,,.,„ in accordance with the old rites. They were all going quickly dark. tall, seriousi. "When I was a young man — yes. I wa.s taller than papa." Really, grandpa?" What more It had been only yesterday that could she say? But grandpa sat H nad eft Russia alone, to find a gazing again, humming a low prayer. What was he thinking? Or did one stop thinking when one was grandpa's age? And while Helen wondered, grandpa hummed and mused, and watched the girl out of the corner of his soft brown eyes. He remembered her as a little girl, a soft, curly little girl, in fluffy whit, fur, calling on her grandma In Harlem. He saw her. uncomprenfuge after the last terrible pogrom. Next came his Joe. the eldest, and then The rest of them. There followed two-hundred pound boilers, the flat on the East Side, the eight cf them in three rooms; then school for all the children, and their marriages. Ah. poor Reba! How hard — but don't think of Reba now. Here's Helen with the tea. "Lemon, grandpa?" %  Thank you, its all the same, all hendir [. as. sunk half-way in the tne same • she mustn't worry about high pillows next to him. she renim How cicely she resembled his peated. in English, the four quesK'ontinued on Pane Four] Luck may be a good servant, but OS B master his pay clays are uncertain. Some of the most disgraceful acts are performed by the most graceful i liiners. Nightshirts should last longer than dress-shirts because they arc never worn out. If you have learned to "know thyself." then you are not apt to give thyself away. It is not an uncommon thing for the good to go to the bad; otherwise there would be no missionaries Some men are not really lazy; they just simply don't want to injure their health by working between meals. A woman thinks it must be great fun to lie back in a barber's chair and get shaved — but she hasn't the face to try it. j I haven't the will to be nasty. I haven't the strength to be cruel. While others walk off with the pastry I'm left with a spoon and some gruel. I haven't a yen for confiding; Again. I have no one to hate: And I've found that by simply deriding, You're handing a rifle to fate. So, making a mantle of reason. I'm leaving the cave of the pack. I'll howl a lone tune for a season And laugh when the echo comes back. As I hand you the key to the larder With the bolt to my last front door I'm hoping your burden's no harder Than the one I leave on the floor. Women will use all colors of the rainbow in tinting their finger and toe nails at the bathing beaches next summer, stylists predict. I predict that, even so. men will not look exclusively at the women's finger and toe nails. Not in yiars, we are told, have men been so reluctant to attempt new business ventures. The fear of possible failure holds them back. They have a notion that these are times when a go-getter doesn't get anything. Like the early worm, he only goes and gets got. Worn out films are sold as old junk. But why wait till they are worn out? Rastus: "Quick. Sam! A wild cat jest run into yo' house whar yo' wife is." Sam: "Well, he'll jest hab f git out de bes' way he kin, das all." Old Lady: "My dear, would you care to join in the new missionary movement?" Flapper: "I don't mind trying. Is it anything like the Charleston?" Isaac was not familiar with the red-yellow-green traffic signals, and incurred the traffic policeman's wrath when he innocently tried to cross the street through a red light. "Pedestrians cross on the green signal!" cried the policeman. Isaac obediently returned to the sidewalk and stood waiting there for nearly an hour. Impatient at last, he approached tic officer again. "Pedestrians cross on the green signel!" roared the "arm of the law." "Oh! Pedestrians, did you say?" breathed Isaac, relieved. "I thought you said Presbyterians, and that my turn would never come!" Aaron approached a market stand on which some questionable looking fowls were offered for sale. "What do you sell these for?" he asked the vendor. "I sell them for profits," answered that individual sarcastically. "Is that so?" answered Aaron in feigned surprise. "I'm glad to know they are prophets. I took them for patriarchs," Isaac, after a long and painful experience, decided that no one ever grew rich from playing the races. "Gambling," he sighed to Leah, his wife, "is too risky. I'm going to give it up. One gains one day and loses the next." "That's easy, then," chirped Leah. "Play every other day." Dr. Stein walked out of his patient's room with a worried look on his face. "1 don't like the looks of your wife." he sighed to Mr. Greenberg. "Neither do I. doctor," answered Greenberg, "but she takes good care of the children and keeps the house tidy, so what can I do about it?" That the first white man to tread American soil was a Jew? 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Page Four THE IF WISH FLORIDIAN Friday. February 17 0J iContinurd from Pane Thre*> I own daughter as she bent down to adjust her hair in the mirror. Poor Rifka Ruth was "Rifka" only in private of course: she had always eluded lnm when he had called her before her friends!' Once, when he had gone to live with her after his wife's death he had caught her weeping in the kitchen Why was she crying, why'' It came out after a while, accidentally. She had served meat on a dairy dish. She knew how hard it was for him. after that, to eat at her home Not that he didn't trust her. of course: she would be especially careful So, for awhile, he had stood it. that he might not hurt her. But it was a relief when they had to leave town, she and her husband, and he had come to Joe's. It had been almost comforting to be able to prepare his own cheese and cream: at least, he could be sure That girl was still at the mirror. "Look, grandpa, do you like my dress?' A dress was a dress! A!;, but she .•/ S. ri ii %  I ray an iron amongst hens to them from lightning. Ls not protect guilty of a superstitious act. Our T' mUC C p ^ ecc!!Sors appears. %  *'" so scientific that they "sed li gh ,. The above is the main building of the famous Rabbi Isaac Elehanan Veshiva and Colic-Re c.f New ork City. Founded bj a (rroup of enthusiasts some vr.ir, ago. it has developed i"t the most powerful fart or for the preservation of Orthodox Jewry not alone in this country but even in the world at large. With the establishment ol the Veshivs college several years .1;,, it has combined the study of Jewish law and culture, with the general study of science in definite Jewish surroundings. On its faculty are some of the outstanding Jewish as well as non-Jewish scientist many of whom have served without pay in order to help in the -m.ess of these Jewish Ideals. Dr. BeMianl Revel, recognised today as probably one of the most outstanding Jewish scholars living, is president of the veshiva and college and has directed its scholastic activities not only for the purpose of training rabbis, hut for the education of Jewish laymen in higher Jewish learning and general scientific training. ..nd her boy. 1 • : • mama The door It %  ••... .,_:•• ablj quit' HI the n< •-. Hrose foi his I medicine Hi I too. now :. ::e. Ah. le. poor little Hansie. locked up in his little Well, he knew no other Comi littli fellow. I won't • you Tom01 would be wild .:.•;5 he thought as .. immed .-. sad tired mi : up and go to \> Today he nan for"•:. his -'. a ses I %  ::. ,-• rememthem out tonight for the mornn. ,n thi before be R. S. EVANS / .;>'.'.,;, for BSTgOIHS AUTOMOBILES LIBERAL TRADE-INS LOWEST RATES IN MIAMI TERMS ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES If you want a good used ear at prices and terms that will satisfv vou, just telephone R. S. 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A 1 :.: : mi •. : •.. ; %  ing the Bj what Is 11 I H : that "hi • %  %  %  I in tl Astronomy ence ti ir forl %  1 thi pon this : %  • : thi ir calendar. %  1 knew Ni irdea." : hi z %  .. %  %  and its %  %  %  In Talmudic timi p %  called the "Stream of Fire." 11 is interesting to note, morethai the authors of the TalIgh unable to compute the number of the stars In the heavens, were nonetheless able to ture that there were more than the mere three thousands illations which meet the naked eye. In Beraehoth 32, there is 111deed. a statement to the effect that over ten million billion stars hover over our heads. The inexactitude and exaggeration of this figure is • important; what 1important Is that the figure given is far greater than that which can be counted by n-sighted and patient man. The scientific boldness of the Talmudic mind, moreover, would not %  : Itself with the thought that tar was, as the Zohar later exed it. a letter with which God • ted thi world, or as numerous rienti I pa have phrase d it, a nail m the floor ol heaven Realizing the laws of perspective. thi Talmud scholars in Pesachim B4. el* 1 magnitude ol .'•tars maintained "that the Id hangs beneath a single Physics The discovery ol the lightnlngusually attributed to the genius ol Benjamin Franklin, the man who toyed with thunderstorms as a preparation lor a diplomatic career. Yet in the light of a passage In Pesachim it Is Impossible to say thai Jewry ol an earner clay knew not its it is v/rittei 11, who places nlng rods, even for their chii coops. Medicine With a sort of tragic forest, the Jews, destined to become L victims of all the afflictions Iha! the flesh is heir to. developed tr art of healing even from earl,,! times. Isaiah mentions surgery,„ deed the prophet himself curf ] King Hezekiah of an infl a m matlw With the application of a plaster of Ben Sira. speakm, on !he f hcacy of herbs, declared: The Lord has created medicines out of th f earth, and he that is wise wi ii abhor them. In Talmudic times, we discover that the courts of Justice Irequemii called in a doctor for expert m testimony. A doctor, tor. was pr, s ent. even as in our modern civili a tlon. during the infliction 0 f ,. poral punishment on < foul of the law. The country doctor is indicated in Sanhedrm. which declares that every town must haven least one physician Lest one rous the suspicion that the only requisUes for a thaumaturgisi was his white robe 1 Sanhedrm oib> and a butcher's disposition, we have the statement in Baba Bat lira that every physician had to have a license It will rejoice the heart of the profession to know that in Baba Kama the principle is laid dothat the doctor who takes nothlnj is worth nothing. 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Fn A.v. February 17, 1933. THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN Pago Five SOCIETY onc ol I lie biggest events of the cur rent season was tne benefit bridge sponsored by the Miami chapter ol Senior Hadassah for the benefit of the Hadassah Medical |ull( j Meld at the Floridian hotel -ore than 200 guests enjoyed the m'a entertainment. Delicious refreshments were served during the jftemoon. In charge of arrangeoents were Mrs. Milton Weiner, chairman, assisted by Mesdames qajn K 11/Joseph Williamson, J. Hartz Lazarus Axelrod, Fred LutzM Carl Lobenthal, Barney Weinkle and Alex Goldstein. • • • The iiiinual donor's luncheon of SOUTHERN BROTHERS MIAMI BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, INC. fifty Tboustnd Young People HI the Business World Today HanBeen Trained /•l Southern Brothers mi) HOOK. TOWNI.KY BUM]. ;T E. Flakier SI. at lt Ave. Phone 2-2320 MIAMI, FLORIDA PAN-AMERICAN COLLEGE of COMMERCE INCORPORATED 210 East Flagler Street 12nd floor Talum llldK.) 'Onh the Best I' Good Enough" the Senior Hadassah will be held at I the Floridian hotel on Monday afternoon, February 27. Mrs. Barney Weinkle. chairman, is being assisted by Mrs. Freda Lutsky • The Hebrew Athletic club defeated the Hollywood Junior Chamber of Commerce in a hard fought basketball match at Flamingo park last week by a score of 28 to 18. This xame was the last of a schedule played in the Miami Beach league. The basketball team of the Hebrew Athletic club will enter the district basketball tournam.n' which will be played at the Y.M.C.A. beginning next week. • • • Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod extended a welcome to Miami Beach on behalf of the Jewish community to Eddie Cantor, who was here last Wednesday and Thursday. • • • Mr. Hyman Apte, who was at the Jackson Memorial hospital for several months, is now out again and slowly convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Streit of New York, parents of Mrs. Apte. They will remain here for everal weeks. • • a The word "natural" is used rather freely in fight circles when the promoter Wishes to impress the fistic fraternity with his astuteness in aria nging a bout that on paper looks like an ideal match. But in the case of the coming Tony Canzoneri-Pete Nebo affair. Judge Vinson C Giblin, who is staging it at the Madison : Square Garden arena, the description is perfect. // It's Insurance Ask Vanderpool! "i maintain an rnKinrcrinir deItartttunt for rhcrkinic ( %  •** rate*. tallies, etc. I IKK, Al'TO, CASUALTY, LIFE, BONDS. Etc. VANDERPOOL & COMPANY INCORPORATED V WDERPOOL BUILDING s. K. 1st Ave. Phone 2-7681 Little can be said of Tony Canance of Camtsho Osor B'Shvat were zoneri in praise that has not been Mrs. J. L. Shochet, Mrs. M. Rosenprinted hundreds of times, his wilbluin of Butler, Pa., Mrs. L. Pallott llngness, gameness and spectacular and Mrs. J. E. Caplan. showmanship, his winning of three ... titles, the featherweight, lightweight Junior Hadassah will sponsor a and claim on the Junior welter, bridge the latter part of this month, stamps him as a warrior fit to be full details of which will appear in rated with the kings of the arena of our next issue, the past. ... But in meeting Nebo. he is taking Many visitors to Miami are takon a fellow, who though never a ing advantage of the opportunity to Champion himself, has always been see Havana during their stay here. knocking loudly at the door. Pete Among those leaving recently are 1 as beaten such stellar battlers as Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Goldblatt, Mr. £id Terris. when Sid was a contendand Mrs. Henry Appelbaum and Mr. er; Benny Bass, Harry Blitman, Leon Lustig, all of Chicago. Mrs. Steve Smith. Johnny Jadick. Kid Carolyn B. Russack and mother. Francis, Mike Dundee and a draw Mrs. Brice of New York City. Miss with Tony Canzoneri. Charlotte Silverman of Leadville. Nebo is one of the most popular Colo.. Lyna Felson. Mr. and Mrs. boxers ever to appear in a local ring Leon Lenrow and Dr. L. H. Korow. mains, destruction of floor or walls and he is one of the few boxers all of New York, and Doris Rotten, or plumbing, and is easilly installdeveloped in these parts who has berg and Leah Goldman, both of ec j without fuss or bother. The gas really stepped out in the big time Toronto. Can. Directing these parj s delivered in tanks which are reand made good. Nebo has boxed ties were the Farr Tours of Miami charged monthly, the customer beabroad as well as in the leading Beach in charge of H. H. Farr. well lng billed for the gas used, making Dghl centers of this country and if known communal worker of this it practically a metr reading. Thase not a recognized title-holder, there city. Interested may have the matter easts one claim that he can lay claim ; ily explained and a demonstration to, and that is the champion audlj\ (*<\\) 3CYVICC given free by calling 2-2637. • • • cnce-pleaser. Pete is a whirlwind in ^^ attack and can take it with the best Jj OffCTCCl much more attractive, and now because of this service there is no home which cannot avail itself of the modern system of cooking, heating and lighting with this natural gas fuel. The company offers natural gas which gives natural gas fuel. One pound of this dry gas is equal to 6.35 kilowatt hours of electricity in heat units. The gas has been approved by the National Board of Underwriters. A complete system may be secured with ranges, heaters and other gas appliances. The gas may be used for every purpose for which natural gas is employed, and it is just like having a natural gas well in the back yard. The system is easily installed and does not involve the tearing up of lawns for ol I hem. The Florida Bottled Gas Service. Due to a erroneous report, we car449 w piagler street is offering a ried an item in our last issue that ; serv ice that is enabling many to the famous Yiddish playwright. Max en < oy the com f 0 rt and convenience Goebel, had been assisting in the j of cookin g. lighting and heating coaching of the Yiddish play preI wltn bottled natural gas no matter sented by the Miami Jewish Drawricre trtey may live, matic Players. We are advised that Through the service furnished by because of his ill health Mr. Goebel the company suburban life in this took no part part in. nor did he asseclion Q f Florida has been made sist in the coaching of this organization. Biscayne Electric Supply Co. Electrical Appliance* of every description. Phone and we will do the rent at very reasonable price. 41 W. FLAC.LER STREET Phone 2-3024 Assisting Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the Miami Jewish congregation in presenting the children of the Sunday school with fruits in observDR. J. H. 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( Page Six THE JEWISH FLORID' A N Friday, Icbruary 17 •:• •:• •:• •:• <•**•> &f •> •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• &f •:• •:• •:• &f •:• * + + + + + + Safcui ^gnagng litUrtin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Pounder ami Director, Radio Bynagog of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA 1 Vol. 1. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1933. No. 10 .;. *+.;..;..j. *.;. 4. .5..;. *.;..;..;..;. .j..;..;..;. .> .5..;. *.;. *.;..;.** -> •> •:• •:• •:• &f &f •:• •> A CHALLENGE Sermon Delivered Sunday. February 12. 1933. A Scripture Reading, Isaiah, Chapter III, Verses 1-10, inel. BOUT ten days ago. the editorial page of a Miami paper carried a paragraph headed "To Prod Our Minds." Under that head was written the following: "A report from Chicago to the New Republic says: There is not a garbage dump in Chicago which is not haunted by the hungry. Many people in the Cicero Avenue Hooverville have been poisoned from eating garbage and .some of them have died.' Wheat, the .staff of life, is Unity cents a bushel on the farms. Corn, almost as rich as wheat. Is priced at half as much. Fruit is cheap. Even Florida celery growers are plowing under one-third of their acreage to get a fair market return. And Chicago poor live on garbage. We need such a challenge now and then to our intellectual pride." T HE report reminded me of the words of Jeremiah in Lamentations. chapter four. "The tongue of the suckling child cleaveth to the roof of his mouth for thirst; the young children ask bread, and no man breaketh it unto them. They that did feed delicately are desolate in the streets; they that were brought up in scarlet embrace the dunghills." "... a challenge ... to our intellectual pride ."? It la no challenge. It is a condemnation. Piide? Pride? Pride for what? For our ignorance? For our inability to cope with a situation so demoralizing? Pido because we permit human beings to eat from the dunghills while there is an ^ ce tne virtue of placing the common good above selfish gain at pub!ir will not brig prosperity to a of their possessions it behooves whose plight is, at least, indirectly, a nation. To insure their own safety and that them to provide for the unfortunate result of greedy acts for selfish motives disguised under a cioaK ux, uu. >, onrt thus avoid its prevailing conditions be a challenge, let us meet it and ^ l"s „„.. „„<„.„ arirti.innal momentum. If we permit the needy tives disguised under a cloak too thin to completely hide the motive, If jnditions be a challi return after it has gained additional momentof the nation to increase in number and to sink to .ower depths o d spair we are guilty of murder. You answer that you have !" money to spare for others. Suppose that this country declared war and demand were made upon its citizens for finances. Liberty Loans, ana the pu.chase of federal bonds. You would come to the rescue. You would d.g up the extra dollars and let the government have them. F vour money were needed in a destructive measure; if it were meant to bring misery and death, you would put it into service. But. now hat you mav save human lives, that you may raise human beings from the dunghill, you can t spare the money and the effort. When you stand in your synagogues; when you kneel in your churches; when you raise vour voices to God in prayer-docs He hear you? CAN HE HEAR YOU WHEN YOUR VOICES ARE DROWNED OUT BY THE CRIES OF ANGUISH FROM THE MISERABLE AND THE WRETCHED WHO SEARCH THE GARBAGE DUMPS FOR FOOD AND FIND IT NOT? rhelr prayera, In their abject misery, are sent out in earnestness and with sincerity. Your prayers are formal and mere lip-worship. WHOSE PETITION-DO YOU THINK RECEIVES FIRST CONSIDERATION? "A challenge ."? It is no challenge. It is an indictment. We are charged with gross neglect We are accused oi erasing the divine image from our brows. The naked beast stands revealed. I T is not too late. We shall emerge Horn this darkness into the light. We shall learn that righteousness and love, compassion and justice, will prevent a recurrence of the misery ol the past years We shall pracabundance of the essential nourishing foods? Are we proud because we throw food to the pigs and we send human beings to the garbage dumps? "Intellectual pride"? I fail to see the display of intellect. Unless it be the ability to scheme and to plan vain ideas that prolong the misery and that reduce human creatures to carrion-eating animals. I AM no political economist. I have no startling solution to the problem I do believe, however, that our present plight is not due to an act of God. It is the natural consequence of human greed and avarice. It is the aftermath of the long series of violations of God's laws for man's benefit, laws that regulate man's relationship with his neighbor, and the conduct cf social and economic life. Isaiah foresaw the destruction and pictured the aftermath to his countrymen. Jeremiah prophecied the results and lived to see the actual misery that he had sought to prevent. They were prophets. That implies no magic. It merely implies an understanding of the laws of compensation that operate It implies a knowledge of the consequences of our acts — consequences that are as certain and as regular as the rising and the setting of the sun. As I have said on a previous occasion, "We are paying to Misfortune the earnings of Falsehood." That is in keeping with the anti-diluvian arrangement between the two. W E can't recall our past actions. We can't avoid the consequences for those deeds that are behind us. But. we can make an effort to escape disaster in the future. The only sale way of doing that Is to live. now. in the present, in full accord with the laws that govern the happiness of the human race. I ofler no suggestion to those in power. I lay no plan before those who are responsible for the welfare of the nation. However, I do want to offer a suggestion to the individual citizens ol the nation. I T is related of a great and pious rabbi that he spent his youth in study within the walls of a synagogue He did not mingle with the outside world nor did he observe men's habits His knowledge of life came from the recorded words in his holy books. The rabbi's piety and wisdom attractcd the attention of many communities and he was Invited to preach in their synagogues. During his tour of these cities he observed, one clay. while in the home of a poor man, that his host was smoking a pips. "What is that?" asked the rabbi. The hisreplied, That, rabbi, is a trumpet When I feel hungry and have not sufficient food in the house. I blow this trumpet to still my hunger-pains." The rabbi sighed and said nothing. The lollowlng week the rabbi was the guest ol'a wealthy man in the same city. After dinner he noticed that his host lit a cigar. "What V that?" asked the rabbi. "That." replied his host, "is a whistle. After a rich meal, when I find that I have eaten a bite or two more than is good for me. I blow this whistle to aid the digestion and to avoid any painful after effects." The rabbi shook his head and sighed. He looked his host squarely in the face and said. "Wasted effort. You see. if you were to give my poor host of last week that extra bite or two he would not have to blow his trumpet and you would not have to whistle." So I say to you. If you were to share with your less fortunate brother that extra bite or two that harms you. you would both be well. He would not be starved and you would not be over-fed. I can understand famine in a land where and at a time when there has been a crop-failure. I can conceive of a hunger because of the lack of food in the land. But. I cannot quite reconcile a condition of surplus of food with human beings embracing dunghills and eating from garbage dumps. If those that eat ircm the dunghill are human beings then the others who permit such a condition to exist are not human beings. D ON'T TELL ME THAT GOD WANTS IT SO! DON'T TELL ME THAT IF HE WANTED IT OTHERWISE HE WOULD CHANGE CONDITIONS! We are, presumably, endowed with intelligence. We are placed here on earth to work out our own problems. We got ourselves into this mess by following unwise leaders and by permitting the vices to take precedence over the virtues. We made mistakes in the very face of counsel to the contrary. The religious codes and historic records give ample warning of the consequences of such acts as we chose to do. Injustice and greed, avarice and oppression do not lead to happiness. Leaders who place personal gain and aggrandizement above the common good expense. We shall no longer be silent witnesses to our brothers' misery He hath she wed thee. O man. what Is good; and what doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thv God." [ %  %  %  %  %  %  %  II MIIM I m—*m — .•. &f &f + &f&f <> &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f <" c an !'"< pass an Examination} Are you fully cox < red} Permit a Gfllf Life Reprexentative to rail and help you seleet a program of Life Insurance TODAY Gulf Life Insurance Go. us s.ybold BnlMtni Phone 2-1911 ~ j I I v + + + &f &f J. P. Alexander, % Inc. IS S K l"ir<( Aenue i In Foster llldir.i HIGH GRADE SHOE REPAIRING Cripple and Correrliw Foo W ork Our Sperinll* &f •:•*•:••:•*•:••:••:• &f •:••:••:••:••:••:••:••:• •>•:•••• %  :••-• EVERYTHING FOR THE BEACH BATHING SUITS Catalina and <|ueen Knil BEACH ROUES and PAJAMAS I'.ir Men. Women and Children 100-IOH N. H. 2ND AVENUE "THE SHOP of QUALITY" IRVINE'S cine Block North cif Baal Flakier Street KIO-ION N. E. 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|rlJa v. February 17, 193 3. ..THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven SOCIETY Regular Sunday evening dances I ire held every Sunday night at the I community centre of the Hebrew I Athletic club. s w Sixteenth avenue and Fifth street. A nominal adj ; lis iiin charge is made for men, [ ladies admitted free. m 0 • yrs, A. Hirsch will be hostess at the next regular bridge party of the Ladies auxiliary of the Miami Jew\.?h Orthodox congregation this coming Tuesday evening, February 21, I at the synagog, 1545 S. W. Third | street The public is invited to attend. Proceeds will be used for the I Talmud Torah fund of the auxiliary. I Delicious refreshments will be served and prizes will be awarded for I high scores. • • • A large crowd attended the perI: rmance last Sunday night at the hda M Fisher High school of the Miami Jewish Dramatic Players •.then they again presented the YidIdish melodrama. "Die Zushterte APPEARING AT T1VOLI THEATRE NEXT WEEK .iTIVOU! W. Flacler at Kth Phone 1-3152 Sundaj and Monday. Feb. IS-M < ontinuoua i" II M \ TIN'KE 20c EVENING 26c Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. in { 'Love Is a Racket" j I tli Iht plrk f Hollywood*! young. I %  r tnn Dvorak, Lot Tracy, and I II,,-. J I %  I.". Iff %  • Hour'i ;i in r, p. m. \t\h 'Minus hv Appointment R. A. Shine DENTIST • b. r ol Florida Hoard .if licntal mlitan fr IO Years Prices Reasonable Kill ESSIONAL HI II. DIM. B \ E. 2nd An 1 Miami. Fla, Attention, I isitorst the policy of this store, to meel all advertised prices, although well-known and wellrstablished among local folks, %  • good news to Miami's visilliink of the hours of shopping time you can save by coming hero where stocks are omplete and where you know prices air guaranteed to be as 1 "r lower than anywhere be, GROSSI EPARTMENTl STOR 1 I ladai SI. Phone 2-8196 !"< %  Delivery in Creatcr Miami V u By This Sign '$ You are assured of the BEST Electrical Work Bltclrk Stove* and Refrigerator* The Service You Will Appreciate George La Vigne Company, Inc. KIrctric... Conlrartors and Engineer* 12 N. E. Third Avenue Phone 2-7838 Chasono." A very creditable performance was given by the players. ; Cantor Joseph Z. Shlisky was preI sented in a concert recital of folk i songs and liturgical numbers. He rose to his real ability and splendor [ of voice interpretation in the liturgical numbers "Eloheinu" and "Akaviah." He responded to demands ; for an encore with a song in Engj lish, "The Rose." • • • Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold its annual spring festival at the | F.oridian hotel on Sunday evening. March 26, to raise funds for the Talmud Torah and synagogue. The plans provide for an evening of gala entertainment with an elaborate j floor show for the guests present. Mrs. Barney Weinkle is chairman of the festival committee. • Mrs. I. Balaban of Chicago, a number of the Balaban and Katz movie magnates family, is a visitor o Miami. v Mi.ss Mildred Greenoerg. wcllnown pianiste and member of the University Symphony Junior Trio. Will be heard in a recital on March ; at tiie University oi Miami recital rail. Assisting her will be Leonard KCM\ cellist and Louis Eley, violm%  0 • • Not all picturi : auon. Ly.sie Talbot. playing tT.e role i: :acketeer Eddie Shaw In Douglas anks, Jr.'s lati si Firs! N il ion ii : %  lure "Lo\c I ;: RaCKI I," which to the Tivoli theatre nexl Sunday and Monday, baa i irization on a :• mality, whom he often had the opportunity observe while playing on the e in New York. The New York milk racket king '.lie man Talbot took time out to DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. Jr. Extra Special For Tourists i CRYSTALLIZED FRUIT Beautiful l-lb. baskets rA„ Beff, price 75c; In \ t/U ILLS 50c; Regr. |irir; Ilex CREOLE PECAN PRALINES Dozen to a box: regular price Sl.oo: bcx WHOLE CRYSTALLIZED GRAPH FRUITS 50c; ZED | Filled with Crystallised j"A„ Trails DK)^ I Wisteria Fruit i | &Pres'gCo. |lll> and Bare "'"•••> ai I M \\l I \( II RERS | 10 S. E. FIRST AVENUE I Next Io Holland Inn Restaurant CENTRAL BISINESS COLLEGE Congress Building III N. K. 2nd Ave. Miami. Fla. Lowwl tuition rail's In htjtory. rrlvat tutoring in Spanish. French ami „ll Comnwrolal lubjteta. Expert Instructora. CENTRAL HOSPITAL 9.16 Bisrayne Blvd. Phone 2-6712 NURSES ON CALL OPEN TO MEMBERS OF THE DADE COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY watch whenever he got an opporIunity, figuring that some day he might be called on to give a similar presentation on the stage or screen. T'le "Milk Czar" parked his armored grey car within a block of Talbot's theatre for many weeks, and the young actor, after taking due precaution, secreted himself near it to observe the owner's exits and entrain WI at he learned then, he has remembered; and though he has used this knowledge sometimes on the this is the flrsl opportunity he has had to try it upon the "Love Ia Racket" is his picture, • • • One ol the outstand affairs ol weeks was the Valentine (i for the benefit oi .. .1 David Sisterhood last Tu .1 I he home ol Mr. and Mr ... J. KopplOWitZ in Coral Gables. es wi re Mrs Harry MarkOWltZ and Mrs. Sam Wi Decorations were carried out in a /alentlne motil as were the delin rrei hments. El hteen prlzi s awarded for high scores and more than 60 guests attended. Announcement Is made oi the marriage ol Miss Qladys Orhn ol a, .s. C, to Joseph A. Traer ol ihi..itli Rabbi L. Axelrod of Beth Jacob congregation, Miami Beach, olficitlng. Only members oi the immediate family were in attendance. Dinn r was served following the ceremony and then the couple left for visit to the 8r. Fernandez Garcia family in Los Dlanos. Baracoa. Cuba. They will make their home ,n Miami. ping at the Everglades hotel for a stay of several weeks are Mr. i Hartman and Mr. Louis Cohen of Baltimore, Md. Both have been prominent in the communal life of Baltimore for a long number of Mr. M. 8chOltZ Of Philadelis with them. Temple Israel Sisterhood will celebrate Washington's birthday with its annual garden party and bridge Modern sanatoria and reducing equipment, including infra-red. electric :i i,id o "i. .s-r,. etc. Aneta A. Pell ((graduate Philadelphia ( %  eneral Hospital) Wednesday. February 22, at 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. William L win. 1039 Eighteenth street. Miami Beach, to which the public is invited. Mrs. William Lewin. the hostess, will be assisted by Mesdames Jacob H. Kaplan. I. Levin. i3 L. Riesner. J. A. Richter and Ted Simon. Prizes will be awarded for nigh scores and refreshments will be served. • • • Children of Beth Jacob Sunday school were presented with bags of fruits and candies in observance of Chamisho Osor B'Shvat by Mrs. J. Holtzman of Detroit, who was assisted by Miss J. Katz of the same city. • • • Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod will direct a Purim concert for the children of Beth Jacob Sunday school on Purim. March 12. at the synagogue. • • • Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate Sunday night at the marriage ceremonies of Miss Thelma Appelbaum to Mr. Jacob Silverstein of this city. Following the marriage ceremony he members of the family will be entertained at dinner and the couple will then leave for a honeymoon trip to Cuba. • 0 Among the most important announcements made regarding the Walkathon contestants at the Cinderella ballroom tins week, was that Jack Negley, popular master of ceremonies and his Alimony Jumpers orchestra will arrive and that Monday, the 20th. challenging teams from Jacksonville, who have totaled some 2500 hours In a Mara r here and competi the lo. al ;• lupll S '."I a •))•. %  cial pii/ I %  %  Invad t an a sturdy bunt h. a.their record up North will verify and they come from a:: pa world, so the local Walkers wi some seasoned opposition to face. However, the 10 surviving couples feel they have added quite a bit of hours to their own record, some '%  i'i and 48 days. The grinds have prov. n very popular with the fans here and eight individuals were "ground" out in the eight tests oi almost constant stepping. Special programs that have proven popular was the Interior Decorator, a repeater. Young Battling Kid Dugan. comedy boxing skit; the Valentine party and the minstrels. This has developed into a regular Saturday night affair. Fred Gadette, day trainer and Al Morgan, floor judge, scored hits with their vocal offerings in the last one and will possibly be regular members from now on. The most pretentious offering yet will be given by the Walkathoners February 22. George Washington's birthday. A historical pageant, with George Washington, John Paul Jones, Abraham Lincoln, Robert E. Lee represented, also the Spirit of 76, Old Ironsides, a grand march, with musical numbers of each period. Stirring war songs will be played. • a As we go to press, latest reports from the Jackson Memorial hospital advise that the condition of Sam Wax, prominent merchant formerly of West Palm Beach, is very critical. He suffered a paralytic stroke several days ago and has been m the hospital sii Edna La France beaut\ su ton An Aid for Ever) Beant) Need Bpoclallilna in Facial nnd Hair Tint ins* ni MCALLISTER ARCADE Phono _'-s7:'i A.VNOI V EMj •. i -h DR. J. W. M. VIDLER, Chiropodist I PODIATRIST) %  %  I Bi Inc., for t te past two ,. mo i to I iri r i • • %  cybold build.ng. Ilr. Vidler pcraonally diagnoaoa your fool Iroub.. makea impresalon of your feel ;i ..: makes hb ii all-leather-covered arch lh li hteal suptoit made, rwentj ;..,ir hour lervice. No choree is ade ror arch mpporla th treatments. Consultation Free. SEYBOLD ARCADE MEZZANINE Office Hour.: !i Io :.; Evening! : to !>> Appointmi il E. C. THRALL & COMPANY Stale Agent New Vtirk Fire Insurance Co. Phone 2-5821 and Metropolitan Assurance Underwriters 318-19 METER RISER BI.DG. E. C. THRALL, President Miami. Fla. I ljr Book HanstB &§appt nine Block Baal >•( Ni Pool Office) Everything in Books, Old and New 410 NORTHEAST SECOND AVENUE Snu )/i can /'in BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE al a price thai fits your pocket book! PHONE I-Sfis: 2i x. w 9T „ ST Bwailali Massage Light and Heat Treatments Irrigations. San-llaths. etc. 574 S. W. SECOND ST. Phone 2-6609 Established Miami 1922 ARE ATTENDING FREE LECTURES I OR WOMEN ONLY How to obtain sublime happiness in marriage and other important facis. Bring your friends come early. Be sure to hear these new private teachings — never before disclosed. She can transform your life. Life-size models and charts in natural colors. ALL THIS WEEK ELIZABETH VAN DYKE Famous Feminine Hygienlst 44 S. E. FIRST STREET. OPPOSITE REAR BI'RDINE'S



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Pan light THE JEWISH FLORID IAN Friday, February 17, 0 f Recipes for the Jewish Family Cinnamon Coffee Cake Two eggs, two cups flour, one tablespoon butter, three-fourths cup sugar, two teaspoons baking powder, one cup milk, one teaspoon vanilla. Cream the butter and sugar, adding the eggs one at a time, then the flour, baking powder, milk, and vanilla. Place in form, covering top with a ground mixture of nuts, sugar and cinnamon. Bake in hot oven. Drop Cheese Biscuits Two cups flour, four teaspoons of baking powder, one-half teaspoon salt, three-fourths cup milks, one tablespoon shortening. Add milk and cheese. Drop on buttered tin and bake in hot oven. Cheese Souffle Mix one tablespoon of butter with two tablespoons of flour, then add one pint of milk. Cook until thick and then allow to cool. Mix in one cup of grated Switzerland cheese and four egg yolks. Beat together until well mixed. Beat the whites of the eggs very stiff and fold into mixture. Grease a baking dish with butter, place the mixture into it and bake 40 minutes in a moderate oven. It should raise to the top of the dish. Serve immediately. (Add a little salt if the cheese is not sharp. • .Macaroni and Cheese One cup macaroni broken into one-inch pieces, one cup milk, two tablespoons butter, two tablespoons flour, one and one-half cups Switzerland cheese, grated, salt, pepper, paprika to taste. Cook macaroni in a large amount of boiling salted water until tender, turn into a colander and rinse with cold water to prevent pieces from sticking together. Make sauce as follows: Melt butter, add flour and seasonings, then milk, and cook thoroughly, add cheese, and stir until melted. Arrange alternate layers of macaroni and sauce in a buttered baking dish, and cover with St. Petersburg Notes Friday night services at Congregation Bnai Israel. A. S. Kleinfeld. rabbi, begin at 8 p. m., when the rabbi will have as the subject of his sermon "The Decalogue and Israel's Mission Among the Nations." Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. The Judaic council, of which Mrs. W. V. Salzer is president, is sponsoring a card party at the Horowitz hotel, on Sunday evening. February 19. for the benefit of the building fund of Congregation Bnai Israel. A large crowd is expected. May Benjamin and Belle Goldman were the hostesses of the social hour after the services last Friday evening. The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid society of Congregation Bnai Israel will hold their meeting on Tuesday ing Uar meeting of Congregation Bnai Israel was held on Wednesday evening. The social committee is planning a package party to be held soon. soft bread crumbs which have been buttered. I.ebkuchen Four eggs, one pound brown sugar, one-eighth pound shredded citron, one-eighth pound shelled walnuts 'broken', one and one-half cups flour, one teaspoon baking powder, two teaspoons cinnamon, one-fourth teaspoon allspice. Beat eggs and sugar well. Add citron, walnuts, flour, baking powder, cinnamon, and allspice. Spread dought about one and one-half inches thick with well-flour hands. Use long pans. Bake in moderate oven. Then cut in squares and spread with icing. Dry in cool stove or in the sun. Taste best when allowed to stand for a week. VERY LATEST B^ Poliit ia Don That first early hat should never be a problem because, if nothing else, it can be colorful and it can be gay. The designers are holding to this rule for spring and in addition are offering the small hat with distinctive characteristics which assures smartness for every face and every figure. One outstanding characteristic of the new spring hats is that everything is worn well forward and slightly tilted. Then there is the matching trims navy picot brims faced with plaids which maU-h accompanying scarfs r MIAMI BILTMORE NATIONAL HORSE SHOW February 18-22 TROPICAL PARK COBAL GABLES MIAMI Sponsored l>\ Florida Year Round Clubs HENRY I.. DOHERTY, President Seventy-four beautiful and spectacular events in the greatest exhibition of saddle, harness and jumping horses ever held in the South including champions in all divisions, OFFICERS: III NRV L. DOHERTY, President HAHVM S. FIRESTONE, Via President Rom KI LA* Via Presidt m I Mm W, HOPPING, Chairman, Horn Shou Committa ARTHUR N'ALI Secretary-General Manager DIRK VAN K.,I \, Executivt Manager FRANK J. BRUI \. (,,>i* < i>df-Mailor> Umm P. K O. S. S. Oimpany Merchant* & Miner* Line Munsiin S. S. I MM I l<.M.i.i Motor l i'i. %  FARR "TOURS are far better The Oat) Tour Alien, > Bxdolva on Miami Mearh 436 WASHINGTON AVE. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 17, 1933

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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& Jewish Floridiai in
u>]. 6, No. 7.
LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1933.
Price Five Cents
SCIENCE in the
TALMUD
Beth David holds
Purim Bazaar
w
HAT is the Talmud?
It is with this ejaculatory
Noted Rabbi to Charity Bail
Speak Saturday Plans Completed
Plans for the annual Purim ball
and bazaar of Beth David Sister-
querv Umt Emmanuel Deutsch. sev- hood, as announced by Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, president, provide for color-
enteen centuries after the first com-
pilation of its enigmatic tomes, be-
gins 1" now classical essay on the
subject, It appears that even today.
Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York
City, who arrived here last week.
will address the worshippers of
Belli Jacob congregation. Miami
ful booths and many interesting and Beach. at tne Salurday mornmg Mr_
novel events for the entertainment
of the guests. The event will bo
hese opera of the Jewish held at the Mahi Shrine temple.
1415 Blscayne boulevard, on Thurs-
day evening. February 23. and the
Purim spirit will prevail The pro-
11 eds will be devoted to the Talmud
Torah of the organization. Mrs. J.
Engler Is chairman of the bazaar
committee and announces that open
Icetchily, its answer. What, nouae wlll bt. lu,ld (ially unU1 Feb.
at a
mind are being subjected to all man-
ner o: ribald criticism, and when
: its of the Gemara are
misquoted by literary
knave and garbled by bigoted ig-
noramuses, it would be well to re-
.,,,-, this question, and to indicate
Vices, tomorrow. Rabbi Freed, who
is known as one of the most power-
ful speakers in the Yiddish lang-
uage in this country, will talk on
Is the Talmud?
Briefly, it is a history of Jewish
ruary 22, at the Talmud Torah tor
members who wish to aid in the ba-
civilization during the first four or zaar. The program committee con-
iix centuries of the Christian era. sists ol Mrs Sydney I. Weintraub,
In its thirty-six treatises, in its Six Dr. and Mrs Albert E Rosenthal,
Sedanni i8ha'), in its 2.947 folio Leo Ackerman. Ed Friedman and
leaves : its twelve-volume edition. Lewis Brown. Floor managers are
one obtains a perlect kaleidoscopic Sydney L. Weintraub and Stanley
Mew ol .Jewish life and literature C. Myers. Tickets committee con-
doling this period. No Jewish activ-
ity is omitted; the customs and
mores ot our nation are here re-
sists of Mrs. Morris Dubler. Mrs. Sol
Weinkle, M. J. Kopplowitz and Har-
rv Markowitz. The finance coin-
Havnian and Mannie Wesson.
corded with faithful precision. Not mittee is composed of Mrs. Lotus
In vam has it been called "the
ocean ot the Talmud." All-embrac-
ing in lt.s content, the entire fauna
and flora of Jewish thought shine
through it with the aqueous glow
of twenty centuries. For he who
thumb- its pages i printed with the
same plates since 1572' will find in
Meeting every Wednesday at noon
the general committee arranging the
annual Charity ball for the Jewish
Welfare bureau hears reports of the
various sub-committees appointed
by the general chairman. Mrs. Hy-
man N. Levy. An energetic effort is
being made to make this one of the
outstanding events of the season
from the viewpoint of giving the
patrons more than their money's
worth. Stars from practically all of
the night clubs in this district have
promised to try and attend to en-
tertain the guests at the Floridian
hotel the evening of March 12. Real-
izing the actual facts as to the cry-
ing needs of many Jewish families
who could not exist without the help
of the Jewish Welfare bureau, the
members of the ball committee are
being urged to push the sale of tick-
ets and ads in the souvenir program
for the dance. The residents and
tourists are urged to help along this
good cause by purchasing as many-
tickets as possible for themselves
and their friends.
Announcements!
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
.111 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
L. AXELROD. Rabbi
The regular Friday evening ser-
vlces begin at 5:45 with the late ser-
at 8:15 when the rabbi will de-
liver a sermon on "The Command-
ments." Cantor Boris Schlachman
will lead the congregational singing
and chant the services. Saturday
morning services begin at 9 a. m.
and the rabbi will preach in Yiddish
on the portion of the week.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
I ( >n*ervative>
III N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:45 with
the late services at 8:15 p. m when
the usual chanting and congrega-
tional singing will be enjoyed. A
social hour will follow the usual
late services. Saturday morning ser-
vices begin at 9 a. m.
RABBI MATER FREED
Safer Torah
To be Presented
the necessity of providing a source
of training to insure the future of
Judaism, particularly in the United
States and Canada. Rabbi Freed
has had considerable experience in
House Show
Attracts Society
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform I
1ST N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 8:15
when Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will
Taking a loremost place on the preach a sermon on "Obedience and
week-end social calendar, the Miami Disobedience of Laws Both Neces-
the field of education, particularly Biltmore Natl0nal Horse show which | sary for Human Progress." Follow-
that of higher Jewish learning. In
With ceremonies which will recall
it a sufficient number of precepts to the glories and traditions of a past
dub it a code of law; sufficient chro- day. Mr. and Mrs. P. Silverman of
nicies to make it a book ol history: Newark. N. J.. winter residents of
sufficient legend to render it a mas- Miami Beach, will present a Safer
r.- of creative fancy, sufficient Torah .Holy Scroll* to Beth Jacob ,. _' ______,_____,_t. ._ i ation. Many famous personalities
opens at the Tropical park race ing the services a reception will be
recent years he has directed efforts j lrack Saturday ni8ht will be ac- held in Kaplan hall, where a social
throughout the United States to en- companied bv a round 0f entertain- hour will be spent and visitors may
courage the training of the Jewish I jng durmg ,ne four days of its dur. meet eacn Qtner
Torah and continuing on into the Qf [ne num and polo world already
Yeshiva. He r libers among his ad- | are arriving at the Miami Biltmore
hotel to remain throughout the
; show. Preceding the opening of the
show Saturday night there will be
a number of dinner parties both at
Miami Biltmore Country club
mlrers some of the most noted schol-
ars and educators both in this
terpit
foreign expressions it is generally congregation on Sunday night. Feb
couched in Western Aramaic to be ruary 19.
cl Inestimable value to Greek. Lat- All will gather at the home of the
in and Hebrew philology, sufficient Silvermans at 659 Meridian avenue. t.ovltltrv an(i abroad.
local description to pass for a text- Miami Beach, at 6 p. m.. and with
book on geography; sufficient data the Safer Torah will proceed in
on coins to endow it with the char- procession to the synagogue. A band
add ol a catalogue on numismat- ol music will accompany the Diarch-
ies; even a sufficient number of ers to the synagogue. As the pro-
recipes from which to compile a cession nears the synagogue the
cook-b iok. It is the thesaurus of scrolls now in the synagogue will be
Jewish thought; it is the encyclo- carried by officers of the congrega-
pedia i Jewish lore: it is the Hans- on and honored guests to meet the iary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
ara ol Jewish life new Safer Torah. Together all will congregation plans for the annual
A'|i | TT.-lI -1 "tne Miami Bil
UXlliary tO ITOIG. and al private homes of many of
Annual Ball
At a meeting of the Ladies' auxil-
reservations.
Following the show Sunday after-
noon there will be a tea on the ter-
race of the club, and February 22
the social festivities will be climaxed
.r!TJ<^r'iM where Purim ball of the organization for with a Horse Show ball.
Nor in thus vast compendium of march into the synagogue, wneie ..,.,
Among early arrivals lor the show
who will be seen with their thor-
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox I
1545 S. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi
Regular services begin at 5:45
with the late services at 8:30 when
the winter colonists who have box Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will preach
on "Revelation." Following the ser-
mon, the recent innovation of talk-
ing on current Jewish news through-
erudition has science been neglect- cantor Boris Schlachman will sing March 1 at the-Mahi Shrine temple
i I is, we are fully aware, a com- several appropriate psalms. An ad- were announced by the chairman of
out the world will be continued by
the rabbi. This feature is attracting
many to the services. A social hour
will follow the services.
" "LTZ'r'.ViZuZ* I......; i ,,. w,l, be made bv the arrangements committee. Mrs. OUKhbred mounts are: Miss Ma .got \\7 __._ CUlU
mon Jewish fa ling to attribute to dress ot welcome will be made o\ e. ._.,.. ,. D ,, M v .nd W OUien S V^IUD
, .,.....,, ,..11 ni-PMrip Nathan Abramson. Plans include Massee. ol New Rochelle. N Y. and v *~
: men and to all great dis-
some Jewish origin. Thus
Columbus is posthumously circum-
Harrv I. Lipton. who will preside.
Rabbi Uri Langer. a visitor to the the usual dancing and a vaudeville orange Park. Fla Mrs. A. C. C SlintlPr
show in which most of the enter- Thompson, of Elmhurst. 111., and OpUIlaVJla OUp^Cl
Beach and famous in Chassidic eir-
cised thus insulin, apparently be- cles in Hungary will direct the cere-
designed for the Jewish dis-
termed a Jewish remedy.
monies of filling in the initials and
reciting the various prayers. He will
Nevertheless, the fact does remain be assisted by Rabbi Lazarus Axel-
that there are in pages of the Tal- rod of the congregation.
mud such scientific data as to prove The public is urged to attend
(gain the truth of Solomon's these ceremonies and enjoy the pro-
gram that will be presented and the named within the next few days.
refreshments that will be served -------------------
during the evening.
Cantor Shlisky
Chants Services
Bnai Brith will
Meet Thursday
ummmt, 7 shliskv who lodge of Miami scheduled for last I Thomas Herren.
Cantor Joseph Z. ______j....., ^^ A g Tnompsoni of paducah. Ky..
hi concerning novelty under
the sun.
Mathematics
1 Is, ol course, a well known fact
'hat in the Gemara. science is the
handmaiden of religion. That anti-
bet ween the scientific and the
theological so much favored by lec-
turers and essayists did not exist ""oew heard'during the past sev- night was postponed to next Thurs-
. Tannaim and the Amoraim. ; cra, weeks in Miami and, M,ml ^T^n^Ss
ven witchcraft and sorcery, the Bejch^lU ^gjg-* are u'rged to attend as a very inter-
Tractate Sanhedrin informs us, was Del" "" esting program will be presented at
Wnned bv the Talmudists for the ng. February 18, beginning a ^ ,, wn,ch win be held at
Purpose of the better understand- Tuesday ight' ^^ the community centre of the He-
, he Win be heard in a concert at the b Athletic club at the corner of
tulners PerPetUOn" synagog in a program of traditional S. W. Sixteenth avenue and Fifth
""continued on Pae Four! numbers as well as folk songs. street.
tainers now in the Greater Miami Mrs. D. W. V. Boice. of Princeton. -----
section will appear. Booths will be i n. J.. who will show her famous The Woman's club of the Work-
artlstlcally arranged for the sale of' hunt team. Mickey. Helen of Troy men's circle will entertain the mem-
articles, and Secret. bers of the organization and their
Purim novelties, some from Pal- Colonel Fitzhugh Lee, a grandson friends at a "milchige" supper Sun-
estine will be offered to the guests, of Gen. Robert E. Lee. who is sta- | day evening. February 19. beginning
Sub-committee chairmen will be Cloned at Fort McPherson. Atlanta, at 7:30 p. m. A program including
was among early arrivals for the singing of folk songs and other
show, being a member of the com- amusements will be provided during
mittee in charge of plans and also the evening. The general public If
one of the Judges. In a group from j invited to attend and tht nomif.nl
Fort Oglethorpe. Ga.. who will take j charge of 30 cenu> win oe made. In
part in the show are Lieut, and Mrs. \ charge of arrangements is a corn-
Walter Burnside. Lieut. William mittee headed by Mrs. Henry Seit-
_____ i Bradley. Lieut J. K. Baker. Capt. O. lin. chairman. She is being assisted
A regular meeting of Bnai Brith i A. Shubert. Harry Knight and by Mesdames L. Silver. E. Pont.
1 Katzif. F. Slaviter and I. Gilman.
whose stables are famous in the Beach and Chicago; Dr. T. M. Cas-
Blue Orass state, and who will be sidy. Garden City. L. I.; Albert
one of the judges for the show, ar- Lasker. New York; Robert Law.
rived yesterday. Among those who Port Chester. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
have made box reservations for the Fred Wettach. Shrewsbury. N. J.;
show during the last few days are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey S. Firestone.
Col. Henry L. Doherty. president of Akron. O.; Clement Chinn. Frank
the Florida Year-Round clubs; Adair of Atlanta and Carl Byoir of
Charles A. McCullough. Miami New York.

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Becauso of a delay caused by earl-
ier booking in large northern cities,
the all-Yiddish talking and singing
picture, the "Voice of Israel." will
be shown on March 5. at the Bis-
cayne Plaza theatre instead of the
date first announced. The film is a
picturization cf the struggles of the
Jewish people from their exodus in
Egypt down to the present day. Ap-
pearing in various scenes si
Hebrew songs for which they have
become famous throughout the
world are the renowned cantors.
Joseph Rosenblatt, who appeared in
"Sonny Boy" with Al Jolson: Can-
tor Joseph Shlisky. whose voice was
heard recently in several appear-
ances here: Seidel Rovner. Morde-
cai Hershman and other noted can-
tors. Machtenberg's all-male choir
cf more than a hundred voices is
heard during the picture, wnich has
been acclaimed throughout the
United States and Canada and has
attracted large audiences durini: Its
showing in many theatres.
Miss -Natalie Pallott i
his; wri'k in honor of Miss Louise
Goldbc-m. whi
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and hh ( AVA1 II R,S
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The next regular meeting ol the
j of the Jewish Vfi I-
fare bureau will be held at Kaplan
hall on Monday afternoon. February
CO. beginning at 2:30 p. m. Follow-
ing the business meeting an inter-
esting program will be presented
and a social hour will foilow.
and a social hour will follow Mrs.
Max Dobnn will be 0 speak-
er and will the community
chest.
S-nior Hadassah met last Monday
at the Miami Acacia club when im-
portant business was transacted
Plans for the annual donor's lunch-
eon to be held on February JT with
Mrs Barney Wrinkle in charge.
were announced. A welcoming tea
vrith v Frances Williamson
and Lois Dobrin in charge will be
hi Id shortly Following the business
. :: several dance numbers were
I. Mrs Bert Friedman
given by June
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every Sal irday morn::.
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been quite so ingratiating as
in the role of the improvident and
penniless adventurer who gets his
miraculous chance to be a million-
aire [oi ,:.. -rescuer of maidens
In distressdiscoverer of dark-
d ...:..:.- hobo and hero
game lant winner.
"Union Depot also gives the viva-
big opportunity, en-
_ her to display new phases of
her individual talent.
The Senior Council of Jewish
n has made plans for an elab-
orate bridge at the William Penn
hotel. Miami Beach, on Tuesday.
February 28. in order to raise funds
for the distribution of Passover food
baskets to needy Jewish families.
All moneys raised at this bridge
will be devoted entirely to this
splendid cause. Prizes will be given
: igh scores and refreshments
will be served The public is urged
to attend the chairman,
Mrs Lewis Brown, are Mesdames
Charles Greenfield. Al Seiden. Isi-
dor Cohen. Morris Dubler. Louis
W inkle. P. Scheme- Blank
and M. S Rubin.
Mr ''' I ol Coral
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110 N. K. 2nd Avt.
First Clai Iood at
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The National council of Jewish
.luinois will present a midwinter
frolic .Saturday night at the Miami
Be ach Golf and Country club. Miss
Charlotte Kahn is chairman, assist-
ed by Harriet Kantor. Ida Safer and
Ruth Schwartz.
To the Jewish woman proud of
her heritage of the "sanctity of the
family life," for which the Jewish
people is justly famous, the lectures
cf Elizabeth Van Dyke at 44 S. E.
First street should be greatly inter-
esting.
This lady, who appears daily at
10:30 a m.. 2:30 p. m. and 7:30 o'-
clock p. in., and discusses a subject
on the charm of good health, femi-
nine hygiene and all its attributes
and general family life, invites you
to attend as many of her lectures
as i- possible because in each one
she brings out vital points of im-
portance to every woman. We no-
ticed her audience to consist of
women of the thinking kind. Wom-
en who recognize that charm Is
possible to every woman, if she but
nizes a few simple and una-
dulterated truths In her mode of
living. She talks to you in sincere
i : ms and is most gen-
riri your questions,
She will be here but a short while,
bel that she has a most
woman
"who cares" these lectures ar.
free. There are no collections.
The attendance at the Bible stud;
Class conducted by Rabbi 3. M
Machtei at the home of Maj. Kauj.
man Mandel. 3012 S. YV. Eighth
street, has Increased greatly. The
class devotes itself to the study of
scripture from the angle of deter-
mining the hidden values in the
Holy writings. At 11 o'clock Sunday
morning the class will again con-
vene at the home of Maj Mandel
to study the revealed scriptures re-
lating to the Flood and to the To*.
er of Babel. Members of all faiths
are welcome.
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DICE FR1 ITS V i>
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faith with those who trust us, arc
wc living up to our obligations if
we risk their future happiness bv
ignoring the problems that would
arise for them if, some day, we
did ""/ come home?
Life Insurance offers the safe and
certain answer. There is no sub-
stitute.
A Southern Health & I lie Insur-
ance Policy on each one i. neces-
sary CO protect the others from
the privation and expense caused
by the last illness and death.
\ few pennies each week is the
total cost.
Southern Life A
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Company
T. S. Cook, Manager
Iti 1 Board Bldtt. PI
Till] .MIAMI LAUNDRY
I Noted for (he Fine Quality of Iti Work j
Phone 2-5111
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FOR THE PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER P.O. 1932
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED KVEKV FRIDAY
by the
uisil FI.OR1WAN PUBLISHING CO.
J III S. W. Fifteenth Avenue
j LOUIS B
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Miami. Florida
Seventy-Six
A Story of Age tad Youth
i LOUI8 SIIOCHET. Editor
P. O. Box 2973
Phone 2-1183
tions of the Passover ceremony. And
now well, there were always more
grandchildren coming along Seven
sons there were, all married but one;
and one daughter. Ruth, the fiery
spoiled Ruth ispoiled? Well, why
not? One daughter i. He won-
(I red what Ruth was doing at that
moment, away from them all, in
some other city. Of course, she had
r(l :,- Mvmul ,-luss mutter July 4. ,
. [.. i Offic* m Miami. Florida, :
'.,, \, i ,.f March 3. 1S7B.
WF.ST PALM BBACH OFFICE
114 Kiithth Street
Mr*. M- Sfhrehnick. Representative
SI listIRIPTION
, Month-nitr Vaar tl.00
(2.00
FRIDAY. FEBRIARY 17, 1933.
Vol. 6. No. 7.
Jewish Conception
of (Charity
And thou shalt love thy neigh-
thyself." This is a funda-
mental principle in our religion
perhaps the basis of our religious
laws and practices. Who has not
heard ol Rabbi SUM'S famous reply
lo a heathen's request for an ex-
planation of our religion: "What is
displeasing to thee, do not to oth-
Charity sounds the keynote of our
iaith. The Jews have always been
distinguished lor this virtue. We
have not forgotten our poor; we
assisted the stranger in our
midst. We have visited the sick: we
have conilorted the mourner; we
worked for peace.
It hath been told thee. O man.
what is good, and what the Lord
doth require of thee only to do Just-
ly, and to love mercy, and to walk
humbly with thy God."
Let us always remember that we
are only the custodians of that
which God has bestowed
upon us. that love of our neighbor
should prompt us to part with it in
ordei to relieve him from sorrow
and misfortune, that it is our duty
to support organized societies tor
his purpose. Let us always THINK
charitably of our neighbor; do not
condemn a man without sufficient
for we are all liarJle to err.
Lei us "seek justice, relieve the
(i. judge the fatherless.
cad foi the widow." Jewish Ad-

Stronger than Death
Mr~ Sarah Branchaud. a Jewess,
married u non-Jew. She is about to
indi : o a very serious operation
!rom winch she feels she may not
recover. She now wants to divorce
fcer husband to enable her 1o be
buried in the cemeteries of her
lathers. This problem a justice of
Ulfi supreme court will have to de-
cide. A human story that no fiction
niter could have concocted without
funning the risk of being charged
ith chauvinism. That a woman on
"'<' eve of an operation should be
d by her longing to be bur-
ied according to Jewish rites in a
Jewish cemetery is indeed a tragic
footnote to inter-marriage. It re-
peals that tradition is stronger than
love and death. Or can it be that
wme sly lawyer invented this touch-
>ng ttory to provide a novel ground
'r divorce? Theoreticians have
'ommented on inter-marriage from
evpr>' possible angle. No one has
thought of this new phase. Life had
to teach us that consequences of
mter-marriage reach further than
wen death.
Grandpa always sal. as he did
now. at the window, with his little
skull-cap somewhat tilted. Always
he gazed silently out upon the small
park, at the bug-like automobiles, I a husband and a husband had his
the newspaper, spread open on his \ rignts
lap. slipping olf when he dozed. He picked up yesterday's paper
Helen glanced at him from her cor- and adjusted his spectacles. There
ner of the room. If only she could were still some items he had not
talk to him. say something to him! read; for on Saturday his papers
What was it he thought all the : were not printed and Friday's is-
time? Did he really understand j sue was thick. Even after 50 years
When she spoke to him? They talk- there were events still exciting:
ed different languages, literally. And MW wars, new inventions. Here was ,|
they talked other world.-. Helen was a funny story Grandpa chuck-
sure of that. But how tired he must led. He was conscious that Helen
be ot the silence, ol his perpetual was watching him. What was she
silence. He seldom discussed his thinking? He was different from
past; it was almost as though their her Perhaps she was a bit
had been no life for him at all. ashamed Ol his beard? Let her be!
As Helen stood with her back lo He'd go on living his way whether
him, feeding the canary In the tali she liked it or not. What was she
brass cage, she did not notice how taring at? Was it wrong for him
THE
he watched her.
Ja. ja. she was a pretty girl. A
credit to the breed straight, slim.
blond, Shicksa! They had even
amed her Helm. Helen! what
kind of name was that? Well, thelrx
wasn't his world. No; his seven
sons had been trained in the ways '
.1 the Old World, in the traditions
ol Jehovah, Once more he wonder-
ed, bitterly, how they could have
tit hi- teat lungs, had become al-
most heathens. They had forgotten
how he had labored lor them la-
bored with his hands.
"Helen."
The girl turned at the .sound of
.us soft, low voice,
"Yes. grandpa." What could be
omlng?
"You see these arms? When I was
.1 young man I took up boilers
two hundred pound boilers and
aviied them. Not now any more-
ls all gone But I did once."
Helen looked, appreciatively, n
only he'd gone on talking! "Why.
grandpa, you're Still strong!
to be sitting there, reading and
laughing a little? He'd done it be-
fore had always done it would
always do it------
"Want some tea. grandpa? I'm
[Oin: to make some."
Ah. sweet girl! Yes. tea was good
for him. Tea he might have there.
In his son's home. But the rest of
their pagan food, their mixed dish-
es .. Well, they had their own
Ives; he would never say a word
never Let them live as they pleas-
ed. Though often, as he sat at their
table, eating on his own cloth and
from his own dishes, he had uttered
a small prayer, a little prayer of his
own that He might forgive these
children their sins, at whose home
he had almost found peace.
As for the rest of them, it didn't
matter so much what happened to
these inmates. He had done his all,
more than he could, to teach them
to love his religion. And they didn't
believe, any of them. He couldn't
forgive them that, could forgive
none but his son. his first-born, the
Mahatma Gandhi is running a
weekly newspaper. For some odd
reason it doesn't become as well
known as the other sheet.
For the first time in some years,
a British boxer, one Seaman Wat-
son, whipped an American contend-
er. And the next day Chamberlain
got tough over debts.
The distances to fixed stars, com-
v.utations show, will have to be cut
10 per cent. We trust it is impressed
on them that they are lucky not to '
be laid off entirely.
Who knows but what the depres-
-ion will be over of its own accord
before congress gives us a beer to
cry into!
Neville Chamberlain and associ-
ate debt negotiators would be wise
to sharpen the chisel before sailing.
;'s the taxpayers here have their
noses to all the grindstones.
Educational films have been tried
with marked success in three Mass-
achusetts towns. A gold star is giv-
en the scholar who can tell how
the story is coming out after one
reel.
Laying an egg" la Broadway's pa-
tois for a quick and unqualified
flop. All of which may help in un-
derstanding a lame duck congress.
Dora is quite open about her rea-
sons for disliking jigsaws. It ap-
pears there is no way to cheat in an
mergency.
Matters could be worse It is years
since we last saw a fellow scrape the
tobacco out of a pocket to (ill his
pipe.
He was pleased. But: "No. no. my kindest, whose daughter he now
child, no more, no more." watched from the corner of his eye.
The girl regarded him closely. H,;lm.nm(,s. now ,ong ag0, how-
Still lie wa.s heavily built. Even |o])g agQ jt seemed llu,y ,,.u, ,.,.
now his shoulders were thick, broad, )us ^^ domg thingJj ms way T|
. thai the rest of his suit hung Ihry had rebelled they had suffered;
wrinkled on his shrunken frame, or ,u (| whlpped ,,.,,, plenty, he had.
perhaps it was the blown sweatei Bu( uull. K00d had it done ... Long
he always wore beneath his jack,:.' ^ lQng agQ ne thougnt ^ ne
Handsome old man! His sturdy crop watcned tnt, automobiles crawl along
of gray-black hair still showed be- M h(, ,1(..1R| ,,u, ,.adl0 Thes(,
neath his silken black cap, and his werfi theJr m,tt K(jds t.risscl.0SJ)i
One little hint is often
more than a ton of advice.
worth
long, full beard was well-trimmed
and dignified. He looked a bit tired.
it was true For today had been
Saturday, and on Saturday there
was no riding for grandpa; but
ashing, never at peace. In the
movie he had once seen, an idol
I ad stretched out a claw and crush-
ed his worshippers. He could never
:orget that But sometimes it
there were the Sabbath services at s,,,,|ned as though life were much
the synagogue down in Harlem. Any tlu. same wnen hc talked jth his
young man would be fatigued after (),d lriends at the chevra. where
a six-mile walk on the hard city they me, m Hariem often he was
pavements; and grandpa was sev- imused t0 hear himself, after so
eniy-six. many years, still interested in the
You wont believe it. I was tall. ;ame unimportant essentials. Well,
like David." 'David was her young- ,, kepl lnem young. Ai,. but they
r brother, more like the rest of the mgl ,nore 0ften now to bury one of
tribe, dark. tall, seriousi. "When I ,,,,., in accordance with the old
rites. They were all going quickly
dark. tall, seriousi. "When I
was a young man yes. I wa.s tal-
ler than papa."
Really, grandpa?" What more
It had been only yesterday that
could she say? But grandpa sat ,H, nad ,eft Russia. alone, to find a
gazing again, humming a low pray-
er. What was he thinking? Or did
one stop thinking when one was
grandpa's age?
And while Helen wondered, grand-
pa hummed and mused, and watch-
ed the girl out of the corner of his
soft brown eyes.
He remembered her as a little
girl, a soft, curly little girl, in fluffy
whit, fur, calling on her grandma
In Harlem. He saw her. uncompre-
nfuge after the last terrible pog-
rom. Next came his Joe. the eldest,
and then The rest of them. There
followed two-hundred pound boilers,
the flat on the East Side, the eight
cf them in three rooms; then school
for all the children, and their mar-
riages. Ah. poor Reba! How hard
but don't think of Reba now.
Here's Helen with the tea.
"Lemon, grandpa?"
Thank you, its all the same, all
hendir [. as. sunk half-way in the tne same she mustn't worry about
high pillows next to him. she re- nim How cicely she resembled his
peated. in English, the four ques-
K'ontinued on Pane Four]
Luck may be a good servant, but
OS B master his pay clays are uncer-
tain.
Some of the most disgraceful acts
are performed by the most graceful
i liiners.
Nightshirts should last longer
than dress-shirts because they arc
never worn out.
If you have learned to "know
thyself." then you are not apt to
give thyself away.
It is not an uncommon thing for
the good to go to the bad; other-
wise there would be no missionaries
Some men are not really lazy;
they just simply don't want to in-
jure their health by working be-
tween meals.
A woman thinks it must be great
fun to lie back in a barber's chair
and get shaved but she hasn't the
! face to try it.
j I haven't the will to be nasty.
I haven't the strength to be cruel.
While others walk off with the pas-
try
I'm left with a spoon and some
gruel.
I haven't a yen for confiding;
Again. I have no one to hate:
And I've found that by simply de-
riding,
You're handing a rifle to fate.
So, making a mantle of reason.
I'm leaving the cave of the pack.
I'll howl a lone tune for a season
And laugh when the echo comes
back.
As I hand you the key to the larder
With the bolt to my last front door
I'm hoping your burden's no harder
Than the one I leave on the floor.
Women will use all colors of the
rainbow in tinting their finger and
toe nails at the bathing beaches
next summer, stylists predict. I pre-
dict that, even so. men will not look
exclusively at the women's finger
and toe nails.
Not in yiars, we are told, have
men been so reluctant to attempt
new business ventures. The fear of
possible failure holds them back.
They have a notion that these are
times when a go-getter doesn't get
anything. Like the early worm, he
only goes and gets got.
Worn out films are sold as old
junk. But why wait till they are
worn out?
Rastus: "Quick. Sam! A wild cat
jest run into yo' house whar yo'
wife is."
Sam: "Well, he'll jest hab f git
out de bes' way he kin, das all."
Old Lady: "My dear, would you
care to join in the new missionary
movement?"
Flapper: "I don't mind trying. Is
it anything like the Charleston?"
Isaac was not familiar with the
red-yellow-green traffic signals, and
incurred the traffic policeman's
wrath when he innocently tried to
cross the street through a red light.
"Pedestrians cross on the green
signal!" cried the policeman.
Isaac obediently returned to the
sidewalk and stood waiting there for
nearly an hour. Impatient at last,
he approached tic officer again.
"Pedestrians cross on the green
signel!" roared the "arm of the law."
"Oh! Pedestrians, did you say?"
breathed Isaac, relieved. "I thought
you said Presbyterians, and that my
turn would never come!"
Aaron approached a market stand
on which some questionable looking
fowls were offered for sale.
"What do you sell these for?" he
asked the vendor.
"I sell them for profits," answered
that individual sarcastically.
"Is that so?" answered Aaron in
feigned surprise. "I'm glad to know
they are prophets. I took them for
patriarchs,"
Isaac, after a long and painful ex-
perience, decided that no one ever
grew rich from playing the races.
"Gambling," he sighed to Leah,
his wife, "is too risky. I'm going to
give it up. One gains one day and
loses the next."
"That's easy, then," chirped Leah.
"Play every other day."
Dr. Stein walked out of his pa-
tient's room with a worried look on
his face.
"1 don't like the looks of your
wife." he sighed to Mr. Greenberg.
"Neither do I. doctor," answered
Greenberg, "but she takes good care
of the children and keeps the house
tidy, so what can I do about it?"
That the first white man to tread
American soil was a Jew?
That the use of tobacco was first
discovered by a Jew?
. .
i


Page Four
THE if WISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. February 17 ,0J.
iContinurd from Pane Thre*>
I
own daughter as she bent down to
adjust her hair in the mirror. Poor
Rifka Ruth was "Rifka" only in
private of course: she had always
eluded lnm when he had called her
before her friends!' Once,
when he had gone to live with her
after his wife's death he had caught
her weeping in the kitchen Why
was she crying, why'' It came out
after a while, accidentally. She had
served meat on a dairy dish. She
knew how hard it was for him. af-
ter that, to eat at her home Not
that he didn't trust her. of course:
she would be especially careful So,
for awhile, he had stood it. that he
might not hurt her. But it was a
relief when they had to leave town,
she and her husband, and he had
come to Joe's. It had been almost
comforting to be able to prepare his
own cheese and cream: at least, he
could be sure .
That girl was still at the mirror.
"Look, grandpa, do you like my
dress?'
A dress was a dress! A!;, but she
tiently. -Itv new, Helen?"
It was.
You're goint; out? \V
boy?
He noticed carefully all her
friends. After all. shi nearly
His wife had been married
at seventeen: his daughter, at Hel-
en's age. Yet soon Hek:. wa
ing out of town. Why. he had asked
her father? College was enough for
.: jultoo much. She'd go away
for a year and return with some
more letters after her name. Let-
ters! More letters after her name!
Better change her last name alto-
ther! Some nice boy .
He thought so now. watching her.
Yes. very poor. She stood at the
window, watching. The phone rang.
For grandpa.
He dreaded the telephone, espe-
cially the new kind. It symbolized
tliis alien civilization. Never would
:i' get it right: always, as now, his
mouth would be where his ear
should be. until Helen laughingly
adjusted it.
Hello, hello,'' He talked into the
hated thing in the language Helen
couldn't understand.
When it was over and she had re-
placed it for him on the hook, he
announced that it was nothing,
nothing, only Sam. They were call-
ing for him tomorrow, in the car,
.0 take him riding,
She mustn't see how thrilled he
really was at this unwonted atten-
tion from his son. He must act as
though he were u.-d to it. even
hough she knew.
But Helen had gone to answer the
doorbell. Soon they would be gone.
. T
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..nd her boy.
1 :...... mama
The door
It ... .,_: ablj quit' hi the
n< -. H- rose foi his
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I too. now :. ::e. Ah.
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up in his little Well, he knew
no other Comi littli fellow. I won't
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Tom01 would be wild
.:.;5 he thought as
.. immed .-. sad tired mi : ! paced up and dow:.
ill :.- : an
d back.
H' walked to the coin
.oud. San; b
be -ood now car The
phone again Slowly for ach' It
made you stiff I It for awl
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:ow? Dor'-
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Science in the Talmud
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tractates Erubln.
K In ration ov-
al Nation
( the Sabbai etry and
hemai ii
rhe term tet-
ragon tagoil : :
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: a ... Rabba
refers 1
pi. the relatioi
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Astronomy
ence ti ir forl
' 1 thi
pon this
: -: thi ir calendar.
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1 knew
Ni irdea."
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" and its

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In Talmudic timi p
called the "Stream of Fire."
11 is interesting to note, more-
thai the authors of the Tal-
Igh unable to compute the
number of the stars In the
heavens, were nonetheless able to
ture that there were more
than the mere three thousands
illations which meet the naked
eye. In Beraehoth 32, there is 111-
deed. a statement to the effect that
over ten million billion stars hover
over our heads. The inexactitude
and exaggeration of this figure is
important; what 1- important Is
that the figure given is far greater
than that which can be counted by
n-sighted and patient man.
The scientific boldness of the Tal-
mudic mind, moreover, would not
: Itself with the thought that
tar was, as the Zohar later ex-
ed it. a letter with which God
ted thi world, or as numerous
rienti I pa have phrase d it, a
nail m the floor ol heaven .
Realizing the laws of perspective.
thi Talmud scholars in Pesachim
B4. el* 1 magnitude ol .'tars
maintained "that the
Id hangs beneath a single
Physics
The discovery ol the lightnlng-
usually attributed to the gen-
ius ol Benjamin Franklin, the man
who toyed with thunderstorms as a
preparation lor a diplomatic career.
Yet in the light of a passage In Pe-
sachim it Is Impossible to say thai
Jewry ol an earner clay knew not its
it is v/rittei 11, who places
nlng rods, even for their chii
coops.
Medicine
With a sort of tragic forest,
the Jews, destined to become L
victims of all the afflictions Iha!
the flesh is heir to. developed tr
art of healing even from earl,,!
times. Isaiah mentions surgery- ,
deed the prophet himself curf]
King Hezekiah of an inflammatlw
With the application of a plaster of
Ben Sira. speakm, on !he f,
hcacy of herbs, declared: The Lord
has created medicines out of thf
earth, and he that is wise wiii
abhor them.
In Talmudic times, we discover
that the courts of Justice Irequemii
called in a doctor for expert m
testimony. A doctor, tor. was pr,s.
ent. even as in our modern civilia.
tlon. during the infliction 0f ,.
poral punishment on <
foul of the law. The country doctor
is indicated in Sanhedrm. which de-
clares that every town must haven
least one physician Lest one rous
the suspicion that the only requis-
Ues for a thaumaturgisi was his
white robe 1 Sanhedrm oib> and a
butcher's disposition, we have the
statement in Baba Bat lira that ev-
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It will rejoice the heart of the
profession to know that in Baba
Kama the principle is laid do-
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A.v. February 17, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN
Pago Five
SOCIETY
onc ol I lie biggest events of the
current season was tne benefit
bridge sponsored by the Miami
chapter ol Senior Hadassah for the
benefit of the Hadassah Medical
|ull(j Meld at the Floridian hotel
-ore than 200 guests enjoyed the
m'a entertainment. Delicious
refreshments were served during the
jftemoon. In charge of arrange-
oents were Mrs. Milton Weiner,
chairman, assisted by Mesdames
qajn K 11/- Joseph Williamson, J.
Hartz Lazarus Axelrod, Fred Lutz-
m Carl Lobenthal, Barney Weinkle
and Alex Goldstein.

The iiiinual donor's luncheon of
SOUTHERN
BROTHERS
MIAMI BUSINESS
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fifty Tboustnd Young
People hi the Business World
Today Han- Been Trained
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mi) HOOK. TOWNI.KY BUM].
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Phone 2-2320
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PAN-AMERICAN
COLLEGE of COMMERCE
INCORPORATED
210 East Flagler Street
12nd floor Talum llldK.)
'Onh the Best I' Good Enough"
the Senior Hadassah will be held at I
the Floridian hotel on Monday af-
ternoon, February 27. Mrs. Barney
Weinkle. chairman, is being assisted
by Mrs. Freda Lutsky
.
The Hebrew Athletic club defeat-
ed the Hollywood Junior Chamber
of Commerce in a hard fought
basketball match at Flamingo park
last week by a score of 28 to 18. This
xame was the last of a schedule
played in the Miami Beach league.
The basketball team of the Hebrew
Athletic club will enter the district
basketball tournam.n' which will be
played at the Y.M.C.A. beginning
next week.

Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod extended
a welcome to Miami Beach on be-
half of the Jewish community to
Eddie Cantor, who was here last
Wednesday and Thursday.

Mr. Hyman Apte, who was at the
Jackson Memorial hospital for sev-
eral months, is now out again and
slowly convalescing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte have as
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Streit of New York, parents of Mrs.
Apte. They will remain here for
everal weeks.
a
The word "natural" is used rath-
er freely in fight circles when the
promoter Wishes to impress the fistic
fraternity with his astuteness in ar-
ia nging a bout that on paper looks
like an ideal match. But in the case
of the coming Tony Canzoneri-Pete
Nebo affair. Judge Vinson C Giblin,
who is staging it at the Madison
: Square Garden arena, the descrip-
tion is perfect.
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Little can be said of Tony Can- ance of Camtsho Osor B'Shvat were
zoneri in praise that has not been Mrs. J. L. Shochet, Mrs. M. Rosen-
printed hundreds of times, his wil- bluin of Butler, Pa., Mrs. L. Pallott
llngness, gameness and spectacular and Mrs. J. E. Caplan.
showmanship, his winning of three ...
titles, the featherweight, lightweight Junior Hadassah will sponsor a
and claim on the Junior welter, bridge the latter part of this month,
stamps him as a warrior fit to be full details of which will appear in
rated with the kings of the arena of our next issue,
the past. ...
But in meeting Nebo. he is taking Many visitors to Miami are tak-
on a fellow, who though never a ing advantage of the opportunity to
Champion himself, has always been see Havana during their stay here.
knocking loudly at the door. Pete Among those leaving recently are
1 as beaten such stellar battlers as Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Goldblatt, Mr.
id Terris. when Sid was a contend- and Mrs. Henry Appelbaum and Mr.
er; Benny Bass, Harry Blitman, Leon Lustig, all of Chicago. Mrs.
Steve Smith. Johnny Jadick. Kid Carolyn B. Russack and mother.
Francis, Mike Dundee and a draw Mrs. Brice of New York City. Miss
with Tony Canzoneri. Charlotte Silverman of Leadville.
Nebo is one of the most popular Colo.. Lyna Felson. Mr. and Mrs.
boxers ever to appear in a local ring Leon Lenrow and Dr. L. H. Korow. mains, destruction of floor or walls
and he is one of the few boxers all of New York, and Doris Rotten- ,or plumbing, and is easilly install-
developed in these parts who has berg and Leah Goldman, both of ecj without fuss or bother. The gas
really stepped out in the big time Toronto. Can. Directing these par- js delivered in tanks which are re-
and made good. Nebo has boxed ties were the Farr Tours of Miami charged monthly, the customer be-
abroad as well as in the leading Beach in charge of H. H. Farr. well lng billed for the gas used, making
Dghl centers of this country and if known communal worker of this it practically a metr reading. Thase
not a recognized title-holder, there city. Interested may have the matter eas-
ts one claim that he can lay claim ; ily explained and a demonstration
to, and that is the champion audl- j\ (*<\\) 3CYVICC given free by calling 2-2637.
cnce-pleaser. Pete is a whirlwind in ^^ .
attack and can take it with the best Jj OffCTCCl
much more attractive, and now be-
cause of this service there is no
home which cannot avail itself of
the modern system of cooking, heat-
ing and lighting with this natural
gas fuel.
The company offers natural gas
which gives natural gas fuel. One
pound of this dry gas is equal to
6.35 kilowatt hours of electricity in
heat units. The gas has been ap-
proved by the National Board of
Underwriters. A complete system
may be secured with ranges, heat-
ers and other gas appliances. The
gas may be used for every purpose
for which natural gas is employed,
and it is just like having a natural
gas well in the back yard. The sys-
tem is easily installed and does not
involve the tearing up of lawns for
ol I hem.
The Florida Bottled Gas Service.
Due to a erroneous report, we car- 449 w piagler street is offering a
ried an item in our last issue that ; service that is enabling many to
the famous Yiddish playwright. Max en Goebel, had been assisting in the j of cooking. lighting and heating
coaching of the Yiddish play pre- I wltn bottled natural gas no matter
sented by the Miami Jewish Dra- wricre trtey may live,
matic Players. We are advised that Through the service furnished by
because of his ill health Mr. Goebel the company suburban life in this
took no part part in. nor did he as- seclion Qf Florida has been made
sist in the coaching of this organi-
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THE JEWISH FLORID'AN
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Pounder ami Director, Radio Bynagog of America
Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida
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Vol. 1. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1933. No. 10
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A CHALLENGE
Sermon Delivered Sunday. February 12. 1933.
A Scripture Reading, Isaiah, Chapter III, Verses 1-10, inel.
BOUT ten days ago. the editorial page of a Miami paper carried a
paragraph headed "To Prod Our Minds." Under that head was written
the following: "A report from Chicago to the New Republic says: There
is not a garbage dump in Chicago which is not haunted by the hungry. .
Many people in the Cicero Avenue Hooverville have been poisoned from
eating garbage and .some of them have died.' Wheat, the .staff of life, is
Unity cents a bushel on the farms. Corn, almost as rich as wheat. Is
priced at half as much. Fruit is cheap. Even Florida celery growers are
plowing under one-third of their acreage to get a fair market return. And
Chicago poor live on garbage. We need such a challenge now and then to
our intellectual pride."
THE report reminded me of the words of Jeremiah in Lamentations.
chapter four. "The tongue of the suckling child cleaveth to the roof of
his mouth for thirst; the young children ask bread, and no man breaketh
it unto them. They that did feed delicately are desolate in the streets;
they that were brought up in scarlet embrace the dunghills."
"... a challenge ... to our intellectual pride ."? It la no challenge.
It is a condemnation. Piide? Pride? Pride for what? For our ignorance?
For our inability to cope with a situation so demoralizing? Pido because
we permit human beings to eat from the dunghills while there is an ^ce tne virtue of placing the common good above selfish gain at pub!ir
will not brig prosperity to a
of their possessions it behooves
whose plight is, at least, indirectly, a
nation. To insure their own safety and that
them to provide for the unfortunate
result of greedy acts for selfish mo-
tives disguised under a cioaK ux, uu. .--------- >, onrt thus avoid its
prevailing conditions be a challenge, let us meet it and ^ l"s
_______........ <. arirti.innal momentum. If we permit the needy
tives disguised under a cloak too thin to completely hide the motive, If
jnditions be a challi
return after it has gained additional moment-
of the nation to increase in number and to sink to .ower depths o d -
spair we are guilty of murder. You answer that you have money to
spare for others. Suppose that this country declared war and demand
were made upon its citizens for finances. Liberty Loans, ana the pu.chase
of federal bonds. You would come to the rescue. You would d.g up the
extra dollars and let the government have them.
F vour money were needed in a destructive measure; if it were meant
to bring misery and death, you would put it into service. But. now
hat you mav save human lives, that you may raise human beings from
the dunghill, you can t spare the money and the effort. When you stand
in your synagogues; when you kneel in your churches; when you raise
vour voices to God in prayer-docs He hear you? CAN HE HEAR YOU
WHEN YOUR VOICES ARE DROWNED OUT BY THE CRIES OF
ANGUISH FROM THE MISERABLE AND THE WRETCHED WHO
SEARCH THE GARBAGE DUMPS FOR FOOD AND FIND IT NOT?
rhelr prayera, In their abject misery, are sent out in earnestness and
with sincerity. Your prayers are formal and mere lip-worship. WHOSE
PETITION-DO YOU THINK RECEIVES FIRST CONSIDERA-
TION?
"A challenge ."? It is no challenge. It is an indictment. We are
charged with gross neglect We are accused oi erasing the divine image
from our brows. The naked beast stands revealed.
IT is not too late. We shall emerge Horn this darkness into the light.
We shall learn that righteousness and love, compassion and justice,
will prevent a recurrence of the misery ol the past years We shall prac-
abundance of the essential nourishing foods? Are we proud because we
throw food to the pigs and we send human beings to the garbage dumps?
"Intellectual pride"? I fail to see the display of intellect. Unless it be
the ability to scheme and to plan vain ideas that prolong the misery and
that reduce human creatures to carrion-eating animals.
I AM no political economist. I have no startling solution to the problem
I do believe, however, that our present plight is not due to an act of
God. It is the natural consequence of human greed and avarice. It is the
aftermath of the long series of violations of God's laws for man's benefit,
laws that regulate man's relationship with his neighbor, and the conduct
cf social and economic life. Isaiah foresaw the destruction and pictured
the aftermath to his countrymen. Jeremiah prophecied the results and
lived to see the actual misery that he had sought to prevent. They were
prophets. That implies no magic. It merely implies an understanding of
the laws of compensation that operate It implies a knowledge of the
consequences of our acts consequences that are as certain and as reg-
ular as the rising and the setting of the sun. As I have said on a previous
occasion, "We are paying to Misfortune the earnings of Falsehood." That
is in keeping with the anti-diluvian arrangement between the two.
WE can't recall our past actions. We can't avoid the consequences for
those deeds that are behind us. But. we can make an effort to es-
cape disaster in the future. The only sale way of doing that Is to live.
now. in the present, in full accord with the laws that govern the happiness
of the human race. I ofler no suggestion to those in power. I lay no plan
before those who are responsible for the welfare of the nation. However,
I do want to offer a suggestion to the individual citizens ol the nation.
IT is related of a great and pious rabbi that he spent his youth in study
within the walls of a synagogue He did not mingle with the outside
world nor did he observe men's habits His knowledge of life came from
the recorded words in his holy books. The rabbi's piety and wisdom at-
tractcd the attention of many communities and he was Invited to preach
in their synagogues. During his tour of these cities he observed, one clay.
while in the home of a poor man, that his host was smoking a pips. "What
is that?" asked the rabbi. The his- replied, That, rabbi, is a trumpet
When I feel hungry and have not sufficient food in the house. I blow this
trumpet to still my hunger-pains." The rabbi sighed and said nothing.
The lollowlng week the rabbi was the guest ol'a wealthy man in the same
city. After dinner he noticed that his host lit a cigar. "What V that?"
asked the rabbi. "That." replied his host, "is a whistle. After a rich
meal, when I find that I have eaten a bite or two more than is good for
me. I blow this whistle to aid the digestion and to avoid any painful after
effects." The rabbi shook his head and sighed. He looked his host squarely
in the face and said. "Wasted effort. You see. if you were to give my poor
host of last week that extra bite or two he would not have to blow his
trumpet and you would not have to whistle." So I say to you. If you were
to share with your less fortunate brother that extra bite or two that
harms you. you would both be well. He would not be starved and you
would not be over-fed. I can understand famine in a land where and at
a time when there has been a crop-failure. I can conceive of a hunger
because of the lack of food in the land. But. I cannot quite reconcile a
condition of surplus of food with human beings embracing dunghills and
eating from garbage dumps. If those that eat ircm the dunghill are
human beings then the others who permit such a condition to exist are
not human beings.
DON'T TELL ME THAT GOD WANTS IT SO! DON'T TELL ME
THAT IF HE WANTED IT OTHERWISE HE WOULD CHANGE
CONDITIONS! We are, presumably, endowed with intelligence. We are
placed here on earth to work out our own problems. We got ourselves
into this mess by following unwise leaders and by permitting the vices to
take precedence over the virtues. We made mistakes in the very face of
counsel to the contrary. The religious codes and historic records give
ample warning of the consequences of such acts as we chose to do. In-
justice and greed, avarice and oppression do not lead to happiness. Lead-
ers who place personal gain and aggrandizement above the common good
expense. We shall no longer be silent witnesses to our brothers' misery
He hath she wed thee. O man. what Is good; and what doth the Lord re-
quire of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly
with thv God."
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..THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
SOCIETY
Regular Sunday evening dances
I ire held every Sunday night at the
I community centre of the Hebrew
I Athletic club. s- w Sixteenth ave-
nue and Fifth street. A nominal ad-
j ;,lisiiin charge is made for men,
[ ladies admitted free.
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yrs, a. Hirsch will be hostess at
the next regular bridge party of the
Ladies auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
\.?h Orthodox congregation this com-
ing Tuesday evening, February 21,
I at the synagog, 1545 S. W. Third
| street The public is invited to at-
tend. Proceeds will be used for the
I Talmud Torah fund of the auxiliary.
I Delicious refreshments will be serv-
ed and prizes will be awarded for
I high scores.

A large crowd attended the per-
I: rmance last Sunday night at the
hda M Fisher High school of the
Miami Jewish Dramatic Players
.then they again presented the Yid-
Idish melodrama. "Die Zushterte
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formance was given by the players.
; Cantor Joseph Z. Shlisky was pre-
I sented in a concert recital of folk
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rose to his real ability and splendor
[ of voice interpretation in the litur-
gical numbers "Eloheinu" and "Ak-
aviah." He responded to demands
; for an encore with a song in Eng-
j lish, "The Rose."

Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold
its annual spring festival at the
| F.oridian hotel on Sunday evening.
March 26, to raise funds for the
Talmud Torah and synagogue. The
plans provide for an evening of gala
entertainment with an elaborate
j floor show for the guests present.
Mrs. Barney Weinkle is chairman
of the festival committee.
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movie magnates family, is a visitor
o Miami.
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Mi.ss Mildred Greenoerg. wcll-
nown pianiste and member of the
University Symphony Junior Trio.
Will be heard in a recital on March
; at tiie University oi Miami recital
rail. Assisting her will be Leonard
Kcm\ cellist and Louis Eley, violm-

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Ly.sie Talbot. playing tT.e role i:
:acketeer Eddie Shaw In Douglas
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: lure "Lo\c I ;: RaCKI I," which
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Sunday and Monday, baa
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whom he often had the opportunity
observe while playing on the
e in New York.
The New York milk racket king
'.lie man Talbot took time out to
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watch whenever he got an oppor-
Iunity, figuring that some day he
might be called on to give a similar
presentation on the stage or
screen.
T'le "Milk Czar" parked his ar-
mored grey car within a block of
Talbot's theatre for many weeks,
and the young actor, after taking
due precaution, secreted himself
near it to observe the owner's exits
and entrain .
WI at he learned then, he has re-
membered; and though he has used
this knowledge sometimes on the
this is the flrsl opportunity
he has had to try it upon the
"Love I- a Racket" is his
picture,

One ol the outstand affairs ol
weeks was the Valentine
(i for the benefit oi
.. .1 David Sisterhood last Tu
.1 I he home ol Mr. and Mr
... J. KopplOWitZ in Coral Gables.
es wi re Mrs Harry
MarkOWltZ and Mrs. Sam Wi
Decorations were carried out in a
/alentlne motil as were the deli-
n rrei hments. El hteen prlzi s
awarded for high scores and
more than 60 guests attended.
Announcement Is made oi the
marriage ol Miss Qladys Orhn ol
a, .s. C, to Joseph A. Trae-
r ol ihi-
..itli Rabbi L. Axelrod of Beth Jacob
congregation, Miami Beach, olfici-
tlng. Only members oi the immed-
iate family were in attendance. Din-
n r was served following the cere-
mony and then the couple left for
visit to the 8r. Fernandez Garcia
family in Los Dlanos. Baracoa.
Cuba. They will make their home
,n Miami.
ping at the Everglades hotel
for a stay of several weeks are Mr.
i Hartman and Mr. Louis Cohen
of Baltimore, Md. Both have been
prominent in the communal life of
Baltimore for a long number of
Mr. M. 8chOltZ Of Philadel-
is with them.
Temple Israel Sisterhood will cel-
ebrate Washington's birthday with
its annual garden party and bridge
Modern sanatoria and reducing equip-
ment, including infra-red. electric
, :i i,id o "i. .s-r,. etc.
Aneta A. Pell
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(eneral Hospital)
Wednesday. February 22, at 2 o'-
clock in the home of Mrs. William
l win. 1039 Eighteenth street. Mi-
ami Beach, to which the public is
invited. Mrs. William Lewin. the
hostess, will be assisted by Mes-
dames Jacob H. Kaplan. I. Levin.
i3 L. Riesner. J. A. Richter and Ted
Simon. Prizes will be awarded for
nigh scores and refreshments will
be served.

Children of Beth Jacob Sunday
school were presented with bags of
fruits and candies in observance of
Chamisho Osor B'Shvat by Mrs. J.
Holtzman of Detroit, who was as-
sisted by Miss J. Katz of the same
city.

Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod will direct
a Purim concert for the children of
Beth Jacob Sunday school on Purim.
March 12. at the synagogue.

Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate
Sunday night at the marriage cere-
monies of Miss Thelma Appelbaum
to Mr. Jacob Silverstein of this city.
Following the marriage ceremony
he members of the family will be
entertained at dinner and the cou-
ple will then leave for a honeymoon
trip to Cuba.
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Among the most important an-
nouncements made regarding the
Walkathon contestants at the Cin-
derella ballroom tins week, was that
Jack Negley, popular master of cer-
emonies and his Alimony Jumpers
orchestra will arrive and that Mon-
day, the 20th. challenging teams
from Jacksonville, who have totaled
some 2500 hours In a Mara
r here and competi
' the lo. al ; lupll S '."I a )).
cial pii/ .
I Invad t an a sturdy bunt h.
a.- their record up North will verify
and they come from a:: pa
world, so the local Walkers wi
some seasoned opposition to face.
However, the 10 surviving couples
feel they have added quite a bit of
hours to their own record, some
'-i'i and 48 days.
The grinds have prov. n very pop-
ular with the fans here and eight
individuals were "ground" out in
the eight tests oi almost constant
stepping.
Special programs that have prov-
en popular was the Interior Decor-
ator, a repeater. Young Battling
Kid Dugan. comedy boxing skit; the
Valentine party and the minstrels.
This has developed into a regular
Saturday night affair. Fred Gadette,
day trainer and Al Morgan, floor
judge, scored hits with their vocal
offerings in the last one and will
possibly be regular members from
now on.
The most pretentious offering yet
will be given by the Walkathoners
February 22. George Washington's
birthday. A historical pageant, with
George Washington, John Paul
Jones, Abraham Lincoln, Robert E.
Lee represented, also the Spirit of
76, Old Ironsides, a grand march,
with musical numbers of each per-
iod. Stirring war songs will be
played.
a
As we go to press, latest reports
from the Jackson Memorial hospital
advise that the condition of Sam
Wax, prominent merchant formerly
of West Palm Beach, is very critical.
He suffered a paralytic stroke sev-
eral days ago and has been m the
hospital sii
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THE JEWISH FLORID
IAN
Friday, February 17, ,0.
f
Recipes for the
Jewish Family
Cinnamon Coffee Cake
Two eggs, two cups flour, one ta-
blespoon butter, three-fourths cup
sugar, two teaspoons baking powder,
one cup milk, one teaspoon vanilla.
Cream the butter and sugar, add-
ing the eggs one at a time, then the
flour, baking powder, milk, and va-
nilla. Place in form, covering top
with a ground mixture of nuts, sug-
ar and cinnamon. Bake in hot oven.
Drop Cheese Biscuits
Two cups flour, four teaspoons of
baking powder, one-half teaspoon
salt, three-fourths cup milks, one
tablespoon shortening. Add milk
and cheese. Drop on buttered tin
and bake in hot oven.
Cheese Souffle
Mix one tablespoon of butter with
two tablespoons of flour, then add
one pint of milk. Cook until thick
and then allow to cool. Mix in one
cup of grated Switzerland cheese
and four egg yolks. Beat together
until well mixed. Beat the whites of
the eggs very stiff and fold into
mixture. Grease a baking dish with
butter, place the mixture into it
and bake 40 minutes in a moderate
oven. It should raise to the top of
the dish. Serve immediately. (Add
a little salt if the cheese is not
sharp.
.Macaroni and Cheese
One cup macaroni broken into
one-inch pieces, one cup milk, two
tablespoons butter, two tablespoons
flour, one and one-half cups Swit-
zerland cheese, grated, salt, pepper,
paprika to taste.
Cook macaroni in a large amount
of boiling salted water until tender,
turn into a colander and rinse with
cold water to prevent pieces from
sticking together. Make sauce as
follows: Melt butter, add flour and
seasonings, then milk, and cook
thoroughly, add cheese, and stir un-
til melted. Arrange alternate lay-
ers of macaroni and sauce in a but-
tered baking dish, and cover with
St. Petersburg
Notes
Friday night services at Congre-
gation Bnai Israel. A. S. Kleinfeld.
rabbi, begin at 8 p. m., when the
rabbi will have as the subject of his
sermon "The Decalogue and Israel's
Mission Among the Nations." Sat-
urday morning services begin at 9
o'clock.
The Judaic council, of which Mrs.
W. V. Salzer is president, is spon-
soring a card party at the Horowitz
hotel, on Sunday evening. February
19. for the benefit of the building
fund of Congregation Bnai Israel.
A large crowd is expected.
May Benjamin and Belle Gold-
man were the hostesses of the social
hour after the services last Friday
evening.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid so-
ciety of Congregation Bnai Israel
will hold their meeting on Tuesday
ing
Uar meeting of Congrega-
tion Bnai Israel was held on Wed-
nesday evening. The social commit-
tee is planning a package party to
be held soon.
soft bread crumbs which have been
buttered.
I.ebkuchen
Four eggs, one pound brown sug-
ar, one-eighth pound shredded cit-
ron, one-eighth pound shelled wal-
nuts 'broken', one and one-half
cups flour, one teaspoon baking
powder, two teaspoons cinnamon,
one-fourth teaspoon allspice.
Beat eggs and sugar well. Add
citron, walnuts, flour, baking pow-
der, cinnamon, and allspice. Spread
dought about one and one-half
inches thick with well-flour hands.
Use long pans. Bake in moderate
oven. Then cut in squares and
spread with icing. Dry in cool stove
or in the sun. Taste best when al-
lowed to stand for a week.
VERY LATEST
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That first early hat should never
be a problem because, if nothing
else, it can be colorful and it can
be gay. The designers are holding
to this rule for spring and in addi-
tion are offering the small hat with
distinctive characteristics which as-
sures smartness for every face and
every figure.
One outstanding characteristic of
the new spring hats is that every-
thing is worn well forward and
slightly tilted. Then there is the
matching trims navy picot brims
faced with plaids which maU-h ac-
companying scarfs
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Dirk Van K.,i \, Executivt Manager
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Boxes include seats and clubhouse admissions for 5 persons.
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Phone Kvfnrffn ho or rail at Suilr 112-116. Miami Biltmore llotrl
Also, there is the small hat, a
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KOSHER
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All meats, whether killed
locally or elsewhere, and
all poultry, sold in
DAUM'S
Kosher Meat &
Poultry Market
IS! .V W. Rift* Slrcel
is always under my per-
sonal supervision to insure
strict compliance with ev-
ery requirement of the
Jewish law. Those desiring
the strict observance of the
Shulchan Aruch may pur-
chase meats and poultry
without the least doubt as
to Kashrus.
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RABBI B. D. MANDEI.I.
INTERESTING FACTS
That the commander of the
Prince de Neufchatel. the mast dar-
ing privateer of the War of 1812,
was a Jew?
That the founder of the Intema-
Uonal Institute of Agriculture, and
the man responsible for the Rural
Credits act was a Jewish peddler
from Poland who sold overalls to
American farmers?
That the American Red Cross was
founded in the home of a Jew?
That the Equitable building and
other famous skyscrapers in New
York and elsewhere were construct-
ed by a Polish Jewish immigrant
who came to America penniless at
the age of seventeen?
That the commander-in-chief of
tin civil front" during the World
war was a Jew?
That the number of Jews in the
army during the war exceeded their
proportion to the general popula-
tion?
hat
The flower trims include hya-
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of course arc tor later wear. High-
lighted straws arc numerous in ev-
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