The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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^Jemsti 'Ftoridian
6, No. 9.
wish Life To
Shown Sunday
be fust and only opportunity of
|y Jewish residents and tourists
jiis section of the country to see
1-Yiddish talking and singing
bre will be presented this com-
jsunday, March 5, at the Bis-
le Plaza theatre. Depicting the
of the unending struggles and
t-rending drama of the Jewish
bii. "The Voice of Israel" begins
the deliverance of the Jews
bl slavery in Egypt, their strug-
I the desert, their rise from a
\\ nation to a kingdom of their
I heir difficulties in their own
the destruction of the temple
the fall of Jerusalem ... in
the entire life of the Jewish
In down to the present time.
koices of present and past most
as Jewish cantors will be heard
k: the presentation in selections
hirglcal music that have made
names famous throuiUiout the
world. Cantors Joseph Rosen -
Roitman. Shlisky. Hershman.
ro, Waldman. Katchko. the
lable dean of cantors. Seidel
er and the 14-year-o!d Sheiele
lliardt. bring the power of their
hcable voices to help picture
ktory of the Jews. Abraham
Itenberg and his famous all-
choir appear in one oi the
Playing to packed houses m
|orth. the picture has attracted
finds of non-Jews as well as
because of the remarkable
ui age-old traditional music.
bTineht to Miiirii ni great
as educational. Instructive
fctertaining. it will ) show:.
I times Sunday, at 2, 4 and 11
ish Girl Wins
Beauty Prize
C68 Kane, popular and tal-
Miaini Jewish girl, was one
| winners in the beauty contest
piinine the selection ol "Mis
More than 125 girls of all j
k-s of the state contested for
bnor and Prances Kane was
td third prize after a rather
wntest. she received a beauti-
per loving cup and twenty-
liars in cash. More than 5.000
ed the spectacle and watched
krade in which the winners
petermined. Frances was the
bwish girl in the contest.
LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1933
THIRTY-FIRST PRESIDENT
of the UNITED STATES
Rabbi To Local Pianiste Purim Ball Is
Be Honored To Give Recital Well Attended
>rld Traveller
"ives In Miami
Ung yesterday in Miami on a
tour to take him from New
through South America, and
in Europe. Dr. Jacob Water-
lose, expected to remain here
eral days before resuming his
on behalf of the United
institution of Palestine, with
larters at Jerusalem,
pose began his tour two years
Is now completing his cir-
the United States. South
will come next, after which
lerary will take him through
and eventually back to Je-
lorganization. he said, takes
j persons afflicted with paral-
|art trouble, tuberculosis and
ailments.
Honoring Ms .spiritual head. Rabbi
Max Shapiro, the Beth David Sis-
terhood is sponsoring a Purim din-
ner at the Beth David Talmud Tor-
lah Thursdaj evening, March 9. be-
ginning at 6:30 p.m. An elaborate
and interesting program has been
arranged by the committee in ob-
servance ol the Purim spirit, in
charge of arrangements is a com-
mittee headed by Mrs. S. J. Spcclor.
Assisting her are Mesdames Lewis
Brown, Morris Dubler. M. Schein-
berg, Hairy oliphant. J. Katz, B.
Kandle, Louis Weinkle. J. Bngler
and J. Silberslein. Reservallons for
tliis interesting event may be made
by calling the chairman. Mrs. S. J.
Spector. All tourists and residents
of this district are invited to attend.
Miss Greenberg is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenberg of
this city and has volunteered her
services to many of the local Jewish
Organizations whenever called upon.
She has shown such splendid ability
that several times she has been
awarded partial scholarships to en-
able her to attend the University of
Miami
Mildred Greenberg, popular tal-
ented Jewish pianiste. will be heard
IP. a concert recital Sunday. March
j 5. at Recital hall of the University
: of Miami on N. E. Second avenue
I at Fourteenth street beginning at 4
pin She will be assisted by Leon-
i ard Rose, cellist, and Louis Eley.
violinist, all three members of the
Junior Symphony Trio of the Uni-
versity ot Miami conservatory. The
concert proceeds will be used to de-
lray the laSI years expense of fin-
ishing tile musical course ot Miss
Greenberg. Patronesses tor this re-
cital include Mesdames I. Levin. M.
L Cowen. Max Dobrin. J. N. Mor-
ris. Isidor Cohen. Sydney L. Wein-
traub. Sophie Zohn, Max Shenk-
maii. Albert Kaufman and Miss Bet-
ty Greenberg.
Rabbi Max Shapiro came to Mi-
ami several months ago and about
a month ago was elected rabbi of
the congregation. While here he has
organised several adult classes in
addition to his work m the Hebrew-
classes for children at Beth David,
i'e is a splendid speaker and popu-
lar with Miami Jewry.
Due ol the prettiest affairs of the
current season was the annual Pur-
im ball of the Ladies" auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox congre-
gation Wednesday night at the Mail!
Shrine temple. Dancing was enjoyed
to a late hour and entertainment
was furnished by Danny Sheehan
of the Sheehan School of Dancing.
Albert Robinson, a pupil of the
Sheehan school: Prances Kane, a
popular Miami Jewish artist: Al
Parker of the Silver Slipper, and
others Quite a large sum was real-
j ized for the Talmud Torah of the
congregation, in charge of arrange-
ments were Mrs. Nathan Abramson.
1 Mrs. Louis Pallott. Mrs. Jonah E.
; Caplan. Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Mrs.
| Morris Rappaport. Mrs. William
Mechlowitz and Mrs. J. L. Shochet.
This was the fourth annual Purim
ball of the auxiliary, the purpose of
which is used towards the free tui-
tion fund providing for those other-
wise unable to pay for their relig-
ious training. The thanks of the or-
ganization is expressed to the many
tourists who attended for their co-
operation in making the affair a
success.
Price Five Cents
Charity Ball
To Be Big Event
As the date on which the annual
Charity ball of the Jewish Welfare
bureau will be held approaches, the
committee in charge of arrange-
ments, headed by Mrs. Hyman N.
Levy, is concluding the final ar-
rangements which will make this af-
fair the outstanding affair of the
season. To be held on March 12 at
the Floridian hotel, Miami Beach,
the program of entertainment in-
cludes one of the most elaborate
floor shows ever shown in this sec-
tion. A buifet supper will be served
during the evening without extra
charge. Bert L. Reisner. popular
Jewish entertainer, will act as mas-
ter of ceremonies and direct the
tloor show and be in general charge
of the entertainment program for
the evening.
Tickets ol admission have been
mailed to the Jewish residents of
Greater Miami and the committee
.i sks that all please acknowledge the
receipt of these so that arrange-
ments can be made lor the buffet
luncheon.
'Announcements!
! i
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform I
1.17 X. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
a wi
Ding at 8:15, when Dr. Jacob H
n's subject will be. "Is Com-
munism a Religion?"
After services a reception will be
held in Kaplan hall, so that the vis-
itors may meet each other and
spend a pleasant social hour.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1(41 S. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi
Regular services begin tonight at
5:30 with the late services at 8:30
when Rabbi Caplan will preach on
"The People and Taxes." The regu-
! lar chanting and congregational
singing will be held and the rabbi
will read the current Jewish news
events. A social hour will follow
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
1.19 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Regular services begin at 5:45
with the late services at 8 o'clock
when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on
"Israel's Problem of Education."
Cantor Louis Hayman and his choir
will chant and lead in the congre-
gational singing. A social hour will
follow.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
.111 WaMhinvton Ave., Miami Beach
L. AXELROD, Rabbi
Regular services begin tonight at
5:45 with the late services at 8 p.m..
when Rabbi Axelrod will preach a
sermon on "The Sanctuary of the
Jew." Cantor Boris Schlachman
will chant the services and lead the
congregational singing. Saturday
morning the rabbi will preach in
Yiddish on the portion of the week



Page Two
FLOR ID I AN
Friday, March
f
Junior Hadassah is sponsoring a
benefit bridge on Wednesday, March
8. beginning at 8:30 p.m., at the
William Perm hotel, Miami Beach.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served. In charge of arrangements
are Mrs. Jack Solen, chairman; Mm
A. S. Dubbin, Miss Betty Greenberg.
Ida Cohen. Esther Rosengarten.
Helen Yunis and Thelma Spoont.
The public is urged to attend.

The annual donor's luncheon of
the Senior Chapter of Hadassah will
be held Monday. March 13, at the
Floridian hotel. Miami Beach. It
will mark the twenty-first anniver-
sary of the founding of Hadassah
by Miss Henrietta Szold. Those who
have not yet filled the quota re-
quired to entitle them to attend are
urged to communicate with the
chairman, Mrs. Barney Wemkle. A
splendid program of entertainment
has been provided.

The regular bi-weekly card party
of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
will be held Tuesday evening. March
7. beginning at 8 p.m. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The pub-
ic is invited to attend.

Final plans are now being com-

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130 N. E. 2nd Ave.
First Class Food at
Modi rate I'm i i
pleted for one of the finest affairs
of the current season when the an-
nual spring festival of the Beth Ja-
cob Sisterhood of Miami Beach will
be held at the Floridian hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, on Sunday evening.
March 26. Mrs. Barney Weinkle is
general chairman of the committee
in charge of arrangements.

As we go to press an important
meeting of the local Bnai Brith
lodge is being held at the Commun-
ity Centre of the Hebrew Athletic
club

Mr and Mrs. Paul Goldstein of
Boston. Mass., spent several weeks
in Miami and Havana on their hon-
eymoon. Mrs. Paul is the niece of
Mrs. Al Quadow and Mrs. Joseph
M Fine of this city and is the
daughter of Mr. Alex Feierstone of
Boston, a former resident of Miami
Mr, Paul is a prominent attorney ol
Boston and the president of the
Bnai Brith lodge there.

Milton Klein, chairman of the in-
itiation committee of the Hebrew
Athletic club, announces that an in-
ting ceremony will be held In
connection with the initiation of
members on record after February
1 Members only will be permitted
to attend.
Mr, and Mrs. Sam Freedman of
750 N. W. Nineteenth treel will en-
tertain with a party Sunday night
their home for members of their
family and friends in honor of the
ement of their daughter Sar-
ah to Murray Streit. the son ol Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Streit of this city
The wedding date will be announced
Sunday night. Mi.-s Freedman is a
native of Chattanooga. Term., and
Mr. Streit is formerly ol New York
City.
The physical culture class din d
by Mrs. Bertha Berkowitch Levy will
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entertain at a pajama party Thurs-
day night. March 9. at the "home
! of Mrs. Jeanette Jacoby. 1770 S. W.
Fouiteenth terrace. The public is
cordially invited to attend and enjoy
the games and other entertainment
that will be provided.
Stopping at the Sea Breeze hotel.
Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dav-
idson and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Win-
er, all of Brooklyn. N. Y.
When something good is manu-
factured, not only will experts soon
recocnize the fact but the general
public as well will rally to lt.s sup-
port. Such is the case with the
preparations recently put on the
market in the Greater Miami terri-
tory by Nan's Beauty Creations. A
preparation which has withstood all
assaults upon It, lias carried out ev-
ery claim of its makers is the one
that removes wrinkles and double
chin. Jewish women throughout his-
tory have been proud ol their beauty
and have taken care ol their skin.
The Talmud abounds with numer-
>; -lories ol the value ol women
taking care ol their bodies, skm-
and general health and many in-
stances oi beauty preparations,
Many of them are today realizing
thi alue of genuine preparations
and have rallied lo Nans rx
creations In the pas) several weeks.
Nan's electric lotion Is al
this company's preparations which
has met with Instant favor. Nol to
forget the men. the firm now has a
preparation which will grow hair
lor bald men in lour weeks So cer-
tain are they of the efficacy of the
treatment thai they will refui
money 11 unsuccessful.

The minstrel show which madi a
nit recently when presented by the
Beth Daricl Sisterhood at the River-
hool auditorium will be shown
a: Mie Hiscayne Pla/a theatre, Mi-
ami Beach, on Tuesday evening,
March 21, with the entire original
cast Harry Markowltz is chairman
and Mr- Harry oliphanl assistant
chairman of Hie commit tc< m
charge of arrangements.
It will not harm the most delicate skin makes
it clc.ir and beautiful. Ask your druggist or phone
2-8yj6 for home delivery. Carry back North a
dozen of Nan's Wrinkle Remover. Not on sale in
any other state. We will be glad lo remove your
wrinkles at any time you may desire to call at
159 N. VV. Forty-Seventh Street
This preparation is sold at Red Cross Pharmacy
and all leading Beauty Parlors.
Nan'I Electric Lotion removes superfluous
hair, pleasantly and safely in one to two
minutes and discourages all new growth.
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DRESSES
GOATS
PAJAMAS
HATS T TAMS
BARE BACKS
YARD GOODS
Come and See
for Yourself
Mickey Lubel. center of the He-
brew Athletic club basketball team,
was chosen all-star center on the
mythical second team of the South
Florida Gold Medal basketball tour-
nament
*
The regular weekly meeting of the
Hebrew Athletic club was held last
Wednesday night and was featured
by an address by Mr. W. L. Wil-
liams, president of the local Bnai
Brith lodge. In a stirring address
he urged the amalgamation of the
club with the Bnai Brith and point-
ed out the many advantages which
would result. After considerable dis-
cussion a decision was postponed
until a later meeting, Following the
business meeting a social hour was
spent and two magicians enter-
tained the members Plans for a
show featuring the magicians were
discussed.
As we go to press i he Order of
Beatitudes are holding their regular
meeting and installation, at which
tune Mrs. Lena Simon will be in-
stalled as Prophetess of the East.
Miss Ida Engler is the Ugh) ol the
anization is composed
ol girls between the ages of 11! and
17 years ol age, and is open to all
mils with Masonic affiliations.
lasher, who has worked
among the Seminole Indians ol
a long number ol yi ars,
pen......o! tin prettiest Indian
es m this set tion at the old
John W. Watson estate on Twenty-
seventh avenue and Twentieth street
N W., on Sunday. March b.
It lies along the north bank ol
'lie Miami river, enabling Mr Lash-
er to utilize all ol his ability along
i lines 10 convert it into a pic-
turesque village, combining all the
tropical wonders and lore in which
our winter visitors are so interested
A large tribe of Seminole Indians
is now at work completing their
thatched cottages and other build-
ings, while machinery and other
equipment is being used grading the
property. One of the features of the
village will be an artificial lake in
which scores of alligators and croc-
odiles and other water animals may
bask in the sunshine. Cypress logs
and other articles will be placed in
the lake so that these reptiles may
use them and live in their wild state
as they would In the fastnesses ol
the Everglades, their native habitat
The lake area will be one and one-
fourth acres. Rare tropical birds,
including the beautiful llamineo.
will be on display at the village.
An artificial canal will also be
built through the property, and the
Seminoles will be able to ply their
rough-hewn canoes about at will,
taking visitors on Interesting tripe
through the village.
The Seminoles will be m charge
of Cora Osceola, who. although nev-
er having gone to school, can read
and write English. Other prominent
Seminoles who will be at the village
are Henry Cypress and Frank Jim-
my, famous Seminole Indian alliga-
tor wrestlers, who will give exhibi-
tions daily.
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March 3, 1933.
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
by the
IFWISH KI.OKIDIAN IM lU.ISHINi; (().
121 8. W. Fifteenth Avenue
j. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
P. 0. Box 2973
Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183
Entorcil as Mcond elan matter July 4,
hi- 1'iwl Offii'i- at Miami, Florida,
under ih Art t March S. 1879.
WEST I'AI.M BEACH OFFICE
414 Elithth Street
Mr.. M. Sihrebnick, Representative
THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
Hitler's courting of Mussolini?
the Zionist Revisionist, will not
participate in the elections for the
1933 World Zionist congress if the
French Revisionists have their way.
This, if carried out, will insure
Weianann's re-election u president
of the World Zionist organization
Max Gottschalk. recently appointed
member of the Belgian cabinet, is
said to be very much interested in
Jewish affairs u true, this would
merely emphasize that Jewish affili-
ations are by no means a handicap
Page Three
DANGER WITHIN
lliimanhm's Inroads lulu
I be Synagogue
By ARTHUR MEYEROWITZ
^i\ Months
One Year
srilSCRll'TION
$l.im
S2.ao
FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1933.
Vol. 6, No. 9.
Anglo-Jewish News-
paper Wins
THAT the Anglo-Jewish press ul
this country is a factor in com-
munal Jewish life was again dem-
onstrated by the signal victor)
scored by the Paterson Jewish Post.
which succeeded in compelling Jew-
ish restaurants of Paterson to re-
move the kosher sign when not
strict!) entitled to it. Together with
Rabbi Leisor Shot land, the Jewish
Post carried on an intensive editor-
ial campaign until the restaurant
proprietors hoisted the while Hag.
A: her you believe In kosher lood
I : not, you will surely agree thai to
many Jews the kashruth
n is Important, The Anglo-
Jewish press should (eel pleased a)
11 ssful campaign oi the Post,
II proves once more thai a Jewish
Journal when responsibl) directed
billze a tremendous volume
ii public opinion Is e\ idence
Anglo-Jewish press Is mon
than holding it.s own during the
' low ebb in our economic af-
Congratulatlons to our col-
Ubert M. Shulman, publish-
er ol the Paterson Jewish Post
Footnotes to
Headlines
Ruling in a suit brought by a
lournallst against La Liberte, Paris
daily, a local court has decided that
a newspaper Is not obligated to keep
.ui anti-Semite on Its pay roll. Ger-
man papers please copy Henri
Bergson, noted French philosopher,
recently picked by Rabbi Stephen S.
''' .is one of the ten greatest Jews
III the world, has written a book in
Which he puts Christianity above
Judaism as an ethical cult. Bergson
has been flirting with Catholicism
a" his life Representative C. F.
Nelson Pratt charges that certain
Massachusetts insurance firms dis-
criminate against Jews in the Issu-
ance of policies and that it is not
only difficult for many Jews to ob-
tain auto insurance but that many
policies owned by Jews are subject
to cancellation on the slightest pre-
text. A startling charge which de-
serves a real investigation Try-
ing to set an example of govern-
mental economy. Governor Homer
f Illinois has ordered a voluntary
ten per cent cut in his salary. His
original salary was only $12,000 a
year. so that the cut will reduce it
to less than many a social worker's
8l*ry ... a bid for Jewish support
' come from the Catholic Center
Party in Germany, which declares
"u'i it.s representatives in the Reich
ill protect Jewish rights. Wonder
"hat the effect of a Catholic-Jewish
alliance in Germany will have on
(Continued from Last Week)
Moreover, where do our humanists
get the sanctions for our ethical and
moral codes to make them univers-
ally accepted? If man is the center
of the universe and the only tape
measure for everything that is
for a political career in countries worthwhUe. then he himself is the
where anti-Semitism is not in flow- sole arDilei' ol "hat is worthwhile
er Dr. Kraus. the Jewish Gandhi Pursuin- There is nothing absolute
! of New York City college, will be de- to g0 ** in an ever-changing world.
ported unless public opinion exer- To the long list of forces of disin-
clses pressure on the Immigration tegratlon and decomposition which
authorities. Pressure should be used, threaten our faith from witMn and
because Dr.* Kraus' only crime Is "'"'" without through the ages, has
naive idealism: and because lie i.s a been added the latest fad. called
Jew without a country, coming orig- Humanism. Humanism's danger to
Inally from Poland More than ""' survival ol Judaism is minimized
$12,000,000 was Invested In Palestine D-v ""' rftCt that humanism as a re-
by Jews during 1032. according to a "giOUS doctrine Is diametrically op-
Statement made by David Ben Our- POeed to every concept and interprc-
lon, president of the General Feder- tation of Judaism, and its danger
atlon oi Jewish Labor in Palestine, marks therefore are easily dlscern-
Tlie time may not be distant when lbl(' even to the simplest mind.
Palestine will be launching a drive The great mass ol Jews has the
to rehabilitate American Jewry will to survive and to perpetuate
our spiritual heritage to our chil-
dren They will prevail despite the
errors of often mistaken leadership.
"Chachamin his'ham b'divrei-
Scores i Jewish students in medical
BChools and many graduate doctors
will be compelled to leave France as
a result ol a measure adopted by the
French senate which prohibits for- chem" is not an untimely memento
elgners from practicing medicine in Already then- Is plenty of evidence
Prance By no means an ami- ol accumulating restiveness and dis-
Jiwish measure bin what will we satisfaction on the part of the laity.
do with so many unemployed Jewish winch in many instances refuses to
doctors?
follow the religious radicalism oi
their rabbis. It is not impossible
that this brewing opposition may
end and some day in open rebellion
and that the people, like many times
m our history, plain Jewish men and
women will wrest the leadership
from the rabbis The people may
then even Insist upon a minimum
standard of requirements tor the
spiritual leadership In Jewish con-
gregations, li Is a platitude that re-
ligion deals with Imponderabilla,
Palestine
The Palestine Post, Jerusalem
li Is common knowledge thai in
spite "i the world depression llie
ii n ol Palestine and the posi-
tion oi the National Home have lat-
terly, during the la.-l year or the
leasl 18 months, Improved very con-
siderabl) as compared with the pos-
ition Which prevailed two years ago,
III some ol the utterances which whicn whUe n0| explicable, are no
we have made recently we have trad |ess realities In the life of men and
tn analyze the cause and do noi women, in fact, they are more vital
propose to go over the same ground realities than the realities of the
again. Lei li suffice thai the pom- COsmic and physical world. Is not
nun continues to be satisfactory and that mystical thrill ol God con-
tins feature expresses itself In two sciousness more worthwhile to the
mam things: there is the steady Religionist than daily occurrences
How oi immigrants, amounting to m man's life, no matter how Impor-
slightly over 1.000 a month, which ,a, they may appear? The new
is a very considerable immigration theory Oi Humanism and worth-
ior a small country, particularly in whiteness to replace the old God
Idea and religious ideals of our peo-
vlew oi the opinions ol experts
which were heard B year or 18
months ago. when they tried to
prove mathematically that there Is
no room in Palestine lo swing a cat.
The entry ol l.ooo a month regu-
larly is a gratifying feature and
shows that the country has a fine
future.
The second feature In which the
Improvement expresses itself is the
almost complete absence of unem-
ployment in Palestine, at any rate
in Jewish Palestine. Tliese two fac-
tors are almost unique in the world
of today. Where countries are bolt-
ing their doors and barring their
gates against immigrants and not
allowing anyone to enter, and when
pie i.s as infantile and as shallow-
lo use Dr. Kaplan's own terminology
as the anthropromorphisms of
our forefathers, which he took great
delight in ridiculing. Our Jewish
Humanists are loo rational to ad-
mit that true religion belongs to the
sphere of emotional and mystical
awareness rather than to the sphere
of intellectual and rational reflec-
tion. They have learned little from
the history of religion and they ig-
nore entirely the fundamentals of
religious psychology,
Vauvenargue:; said: "All great
ideas have their origin in the heart."
And Faust has stated the case
against the Humanists and Ration-
THE
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all countries in the world, even the [ alists clearly:
rich and powerful, are suffering
front the terrible burden and scourge
ol unemployment. It is an excep-
tional position for Palestine to be
able lo register no unemployed, and
to have room for new immigrants.
There is a flow of capital into the
country: enterprise is booming and
developing. We only hope that it
will continue.
A German manufacturer Is put-
ting out a small airplane which the
purchaser can assemble at home.
Skilled morticians will take care of
reassembling the purchaser.
"My darling one. do not me mis-
conceive.
Who dare Him name.
And who proclaim
Belief in Him?
Who assume,
And who presume
To say I do not believe?
Th' Omniscient.
Th' Omnipotent.
Knows and uphold He not
Thee, me. Himself?
Are not the heavens above us
arched?
Dotli not the earth beneath lie
Arm?
A Swedish critic of munitions pro-
fiteers says they are rarely found in
front-line trenches. It is well that
they stand behind their product, but
not too far.
An East Indian dissenter lay on
his back in a busy thoroughfare for
two days. If we had known, we
could have had him look at the dif-
ferential.
"Prohibition will be remembered
as a bad dream," says Senator Tyd-
ings. True, there was always gin to
be had, but sometimes one had to
walk six blocks for oranges.
When tile high pressure securities
salesman said. "You'll realize 10
per cent on your investment," we
thought all the while he meant in-
terest.
Criticism from the lamily should
prove refreshing to Huey. as nothing
i.s more irksome I ban the ignorant
animadversions of strangers,
One of the cheerier economists
says the depression has already
passed and gone on its way. We
seem to be lying, then, on a circular
track.
Although several people claim lo
have seen him, it is authoritative!'.
denied that Ivar Kreuger Is still
alive, Perhaps the man they saw
was only John Wllkes Booth.
Detroiters, the whole world notes
"have remained calm during the
banking holiday "Calm, and." ac-
cording to creditors who send me
bills or call at the door "uncolleel-
ed."
Think not of me in terms of frag-
rant flowers
Pressed in a book beside a learned
line;
Nor do I ask that in your aging
hours
You should recall a single word of
mine.
Though I once loved your garden.
there's no tear
For the stark branch that bore the
early rose.
. And you who read the sages should
not fear
i That I shall call my heartache
through the snows.
For wiser maids than I have watch-
ed the birds
i Forget their mating songs when
winter falls.
| And greater men than you have
read the words
That lovers penned to grace your
study walls.
I So if I must be filed, do not notate
I My memory with a love that came
too late.
And do not the eternal stars
With benign glance arise?
Gaze I not on thee eye to eye?
And do not all things
To head and hearth now fly,
Wrapped in eternal mystery
Invisible, yet seen beside thee?
Fill to its expanse therewith thy '
heart.
And when by its sensation blessed
thou art.
Call it then what thou wilt:
Call't Bliss. Heart. Love or God
I have no name for it.
Sensation is the whole.
Name is but sound and smoke,
Shrouding heaven's glow."
I have undeniable evidence, in a
can we bought yesterday, that the
Brazilians burned some of their cof-
fee in locomotives. I do wish they
had sent us this coffee before burn-
ing, instead of after.
Ain't she th' cutest y'ever seen?
Jest a Mother: jest a queen.
Awlul purty! Awful keen!
Jest a Mother; Jest a queen.
Ef you walk, er ef you ride.
She i.s all'us at yer side.
Ef you like em baked er fried.
All'us you she can abide.
El you run. er ef you climb,
Mothers says tain'l any crime.
Tisn't this, tain't. th' other,
Jest a Mother.
Junction a place
roads separate.
where two
Many a man starves today while
feeding on tomorrow's hopes.
About half our time is spent in
doing things we should have done
before.
Some men have a delicate sense oi
humor and the humor of others is
senseless.
-
Some women Judge their husbands
by the worst things i hey hear about
' other men.
When a man says lie doesn't fee!
at all like himself some of his ac-
quaintances are glad of it.
How lo be cheerful: Reflect that
the banking situation may enlighten
congress, and enable it to enact
good laws to prevent such emerg-
encie sometime maybe 50 years
in the future.
A tortoise which just died in the
London zoo was over 200 years old.
and had been born about the same
time as George Washington. But
what are mere years? Washington
always said. "Better a year in Amer-
ica than a cycle in the London zoo."
A maim. "What goes down must
come up." would be a comfort.
There was a lovely girlie,
And her hair was chestnut brown.
Who was trying hard to find me.
For she looked all over town.
But I really wasn't flattered.
For as sure as day is day
That sweet girlie was my wifle
And was looking for my pay.
%tFACT FINDER
Jack Robinson
"It lias happened before you can
I say Jack Robinson." means, as you
know, it happened quickly. Accord-
: ing to an old English story Jack
Robinson was noted for the short-
ness of his visits. Jack would cal!
at home and before the servjint had
time to announce his name he would
: leave. The present-day expression.
"before you can say Jack Robinson."
comes from the old story.



Page lour
THE JEWISH FLORI PI AN_________
Friday, March j, 1933
1
If
By A. M. Mll\
EVEN the veriest of tots, scrawling
his infant wisdom upon pave-
ment stones, seems vaguely to real-
ize the potentialities and perils of
hypothesis, when inspiredly on wall
and past he chalks his rhymed pro-
verb:
If
Stands stiff
At the top of a cliff
It is an IP that cannot bo builded
upon: imminent, the two gaunt let-
ters .stand like a leaning tower of
over a precipitous escarpment,
bound at any moment to fall in dis-
illusioned fragments into the abyss
of reality. For when this if. first
and last consolation of the hapless,
is erased from the tablets of the
mind by the rude paw of fact, then,
indeed, is the mist of fancy dis-
pelled, and the rose-colored spec-
tacles of romance into atoms shat-
tered. Realists, bin experience-and-
fact men, know bin too keenly the
dangers of protasis; that way mad-
ness lies. But there still are .some
valorous and venturesome spirits
batlanim. if you will, who, whin the I
days grow shorter, and the fire (
crackles on the hearth, will grant
themselves the solatium of supposi-
tion, amusing their minds with con-
templation, of what might-have-
been, alas! alas! had such and such
transpired.
Certainly their palaver ends not
with achievement; certainly tins
talk is but a mere gesture against
Kismet. But it oilers, this consid-
eration of the possibilities of the
past, a satisfaction skin to that of
the actual maker of history. endow -
ing the if-artlsts with the zest of
retroactive creation.
Thus have we spent many a pleas-
ant hour in the goodly company <>t
the doctors ol the Beth-Hamirirash.
discovering what might have hap-
pened to Jewish history had Mosei
not been snatched trom the bulrush-
es by how the long arm of coinci-
dence stretches even Into Holy Writ!
-the peripatetic princess of Miz-
raim. The thought is not original;
11 is but a variation on the Hagi
theme of Dayenu: "If the Lord had
taken us from Egypt, and not gi
ed US the Torah. it would have In 1 r.
enough; if He had granted us tin
Torah and not promised us Pales-
tine, it would have been enough";
and so on through a complete enum-
eration of the kind favors and mu-
nificent graces of Deity .
DYNASTIC: II Saul VVahl. King
of Poland for a day. had retained
the dynasty for himself and his
children, then the Partition of Po-
land might not have occurred and
the economic problem ol t he Jews
in Poland would have been non-
existent. On the other hand, the
numerous Aleijahs from Poland to
Palestine would have been eliminat-
ed. Perhaps Jewish chalutzim would
have wended their way to Poland,
perhaps .
Can the events of history be at-
tributed to the biographic Incident!
; one man's life? It Is an old con-
roversy: Shall we believe with Car-
: the Heroes and Hero-Wor-
-..!, philosophy that history is but
the shadow that a giant casts on
the memory ol man. or shall we
rather incline to the materialistic
interpretation, and hold with Karl
Marx that progress is the belly-
crawl of humanity towards bread
and butter? It matters not: the
metaphysicians of the hypothetical.
continue unabashed on their wan-
,-ii ring! into ancient and mediaeval
history seeking to recreate a modern
era with the Bat ol so main its
Their discussions would. 11 reduced
to print, read like a parody on Cy-
rano de Bei famous spi ech
concerning his own luminous
otion. thus:
STATISTICAL: If Rabbenu Ger-
sl-.om. in the year 1000 C.B., had
n t, In an ascetic mood, forbidden
the practice of polygamy. Jewry.
each man unto his bosom
ike the Patriarch Jacob, at least
[our wives, would today number, In-
stead Of a paltry sixteen million, a
substantial two hundred million,
calculated in geometric ratio. Con-
sider then, a Palestine with a Jew-
ish majority created overnight I But
consider also what fine pogrom-
fodder we would have supplied to
the world .
LITERARY: II Moses de Don
had not succumbed to the furor ca-
lami, and had not penned that most
Influential 01 forgeries the Zohai
>ung Sabbatal Zevi would haw
1 mystic lore to brood on, and
numerous fakirs alter him had had
at [on win n with to dupi 8
in which he In turn waxes lyrical ullible Jewry, and much misery had
satirical, dramatic, pathetic, and so been .-pared the world But 1
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and In a lit of religious zeal under-
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whole world might today still be
worshipping at the shrine of the
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idyllic it Ruth, standing amid
the alien corn, had not found favoi
In the eyes oi iioa/. then had there
been bom no David-ben-Jesse, and
'here had been no dynasty In Israel
ind ni) psalm.- in literature
COMMERCIAL: If Antiochus Ep-
i had succeeded in Imposing
his will upon the Maccabaeans, and
II Hellenic culture had been Im-
pc -i (I upon our ancestors, we would
all be talking Greek today, and con-
trolling, Instead ol the cloak and
suit, the confectionery trade What
momentous repercussions a singli
turn ol history can make'
POLITICAL: If that tribe ol
southern Russians, the Chazars con-
d tci Judaism, had forever re-
mained Jews, 'hen might not the
Soviet Jewish republic have be 1 11 es-
tabllshel long ago? But they revert-
ed, alai to paganism. As w< say In
Yiddish, a Chazar remains a Oha-
zai
JOURNALISTIC II lheodor
Hi:.' had remained lawyi r as lie
was Intended, and had not dabbled
m ind had not come to
Paris a a correspondent of the
Fred press to witness the
. then Zioni-m might
not killed, but retarded.
.,: d today we would perhaps sit ill be
In the Chovevey Zlon period, colon-
., shmarya Levin says, goats
in Palestine.
1 catalogue can go em ad in-
flnitum; and each can be elaborated
Into a thesis. Bu' it is all vanity
and an emptiness.
The facts ol history remain ada-
mant These fancies, founded upon
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Friday-
March 3, 1933.
Mrs, Isaac Levin, president
Temp'1'lM"acl Sisterhood, entertain-
f; die executive board and out-of-
uestfl at a smart tea Saturday
' [fee Bellevue hotel on N. E. Sev-
[aiieenth terrace.
Urt. Bert RcLsner, Mrs. H. H. Mil-
, mi- J. H. Kaplan and Mrs. I. L.
iBosendorf assisted Mrs. Levin in re-
Mrs. J. Waldner of Chicago,
I Mrs. Harry Rubin. Miss Harriet
lojenstock and Miss Bertie Harrison
I,( Roanoke, Va.. were at the tea
,1,;, The center decoration was of
... and sweet peas. The reception
. mm were decorated throughout
rtth palms and flowers,
urg, M Dobrin read two original
Mrs. Morris Cowan sang a
I ol lolk songs and Dr. J. H.
Kaplan related several interesting
Miss Hazel Thrall present-
ed three classical dances. A. H. Pro-
I : ol New York City, author
Lnd poet, read one of his own short
I Miss Sylvia Miller gave two
numbers and was accompan-
ied on the piano by Miss Goldie
bllller. About 100 guests called dur-
. the tea hours.

Dr and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz
lined at their home Friday
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who are guests at the Miami Bilt-
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Columbia university, and Dr. Aron-
ovitz was associated with him at the
Sinai hospital in New York for
some time.
Pink rosebuds, flanked by tall
lighted tapers, were used on the lace
covered table. On the program were
Mrs. Pauline Stanger in piano num-
bers; Miss Evelyn Raff, soloist, ac-
companied by Evelyn Plagman
Jones; Carol Oakes, violinist, ac-
companied by Annie Laurie Lee.
Assisting the hostess were Mrs. S.
Eldridge Chambers, Mrs. M. Ghert-
ler. Mrs, Pauline Schetnberg and
Mrs. 8. L. Weintraub.

Mr. and Mrs. David Sllversteln ol
Birmingham arrived here last week
to visit Mr. and Mrs, Sydney Bcs-
kind and David Lei law
Preparations are being made by
the Jewish Welfare auxiliary for an
Installation luncheon, combined with
the regular meeting. Mrs. Rose
Simpson, Mrs. Morris Dublci and
Mrs. H. Yunis, who will be In
charge, will enounce dale in next
ssue.
The William Penn hotel al Miami
Beach wa.- i he scene oi gaiety at the
benefit card party sponsored by the
Senior Council ol Jewish Women,
with Mrs. Lewis Brown as chair-
man. There were 3(1 tables in play,
and prizes wen won by Mrs, Hazel
ReiChenback, Mrs Morion, Mrs. Al-
bert. Backer. Mr.- Ben Ilnslilield.
Mrs. i. Blumenson, and Mrs, Gra-
ham. Mrs Bernard Simon, presi-
dent, wishes to ihank all who were
instrumental m making this affair
a successful one.
Waller Huston, whose reputation
as one of the greatest actors on the
American screen Is unquestioned,
has the feature role of a strong,
clear-thinking banker whose eour-
age and faith m people leads him
successfully through a run on his
bank and an attempt to break up
his home.
Critics all over the country have
1 raised "American Madness." com-
ing to the Seventh Avenue theatre
Sunday and Monday, for the time-
lines.- of its plot, bringing to the
screen, as it does, the dramatic sit-
uation that has touched the lives nt
everyone in the world In the last
two years or mon
Robert Riskin. the author of the
original story, is considered to have
done a superb job of weaving against
the complicated background ol a
meat bank, the poignant story of a
man who forestalls the rum ol his
bank and of his home, by In- def-
inite, courageou.- vision
Not lo be Ignored is the hut that
American Madness" is mounted In
a spectacular fashion, with the larg-
est set.- ever built at the Columbia
studios and the lamest number of
"extras" ever seen on the lot at one
time. More than 1000 "extras" par-
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the bank run Columbia Officials
consider this picture the greatest
dramatic spectacle they have ever
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SCENE IN "HORSEF EAT HERS"
A regular meeting ot Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood will be held Monday.
March li. al '2 p.m.. when important
matters will be discussed. The guest
speaker ol the alternoon will be Abe
Aronowitz of the Fellowship club.
Refreshments will be served after
the business meeting. All members
are urged to attend.
0
Mrs, Cecil Myers Ol New York
City arrived here last week to spend
some time with hei son and daugh-
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers,
The Loan association of the Wom-
an.- club ol the Workmen's circle
which was organized recently is
functioning and making loans to
those In need A very nominal
Charge is made to cover expenses ol
the organization. The Loan associ-
ation meets at the Workmen s circle
hall. 701 N. W. Fifth avenue

The adult Hebrew classes of Beth
David congregation meets every
I Tuesday evening at its Talmud Tor-
ah beginning at 7:30 p.m. The his-
tory discussion group meets every
Tuesday evening beginning at 8:30
Both groups are under the direction
of Rabbi Max Shapiro nt the Beth
David congregation.
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The Woman's club of the Work-
men's circle held a supper recently
al. the Workmen.- circle hall when
a very splendid evening of enter-
tainment was enjoyed by the guests
Among those taking pan were A
Goldman, who played a number of
violin -elections. Solomon Shmulo-
witz, who gave a number of Yiddish
recitations. The singing of folk
songs were joined in by all. In
charge ol arrangements were Mes-
dames L. Silver. I. Oilman, E. Pont
and S Mandelbaum.

Mrs. Sender Argintar of Asheville.
' N. C, who is spending several weeks
in Miami, will visit Tampa this week
to attend the bar milsva of her ne-
phew. Sammy Argintar, at Tampa.
Fla. synagog this coming Saturday.

The master touch of Ulc Walka-
thon. now on its second month at
the Cinderella ballroom, if attend-
ance and applause are to be taken
as a criterion, was the introduction
of the "sprints."
Walkathons, super Walkathons
and grinds were given the patrons
and each with a reasonable amount
of success but the "sprints" really
supplied the fans with all they
could possibly crave in the way of
entertainment. Speed, spills, fun and
thrills, and if you haven't seen them
"you ain't seen nuthin' yet."
Wally Adams established the first
track record by rounding the hurd-
les the first night of the "sprints'
270 times in an hour, while Prances
and Jerry Smith made 260. However
the second night the officials de-
cided to make the course longer and
increase the number of laps to qual-
ify 215. instead of the original 200.
The Miami teams are outlasting
the Jax champions, as six of the
seven who started against the in-
vaders are still going, while only
three of the 11 from upstate remain
of those couples. The local teams
have 1478 hours to their credit.
Fred Gadette. popular songster
who acted in the capacity of night
trainer, is a former NBA star and
has received several offers to go back
on the air. Gadette's rendering of
Memories" and "Lonesome Road"
were two of the outstanding hits of
the Walkathon.
Jack Negley still continues to keep
1 the fans posted on all the in and
OUts ot the various Walkathon feat-
ures as well as the condition of the
contestants. The Alimony Jumpers
won their way into the hearts of the
fans with their pleasing musical Hi-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March
5. 193}.
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder and DlrtCtor, Ra Sunday Mornings VC'IOD, Miami, Florida
IZI'S
medical
* Vol. 1. FEBRUARY 26, 1933 No. 12.
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REFUGE
K Scripture Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter XIX, Verset 1-13, hid.
ECENTLY the newspapers have carried reports of accidental deaths
caused by automobile collisions. At the same time prominent place has
been given to the number ot persons fined for violations of traffic regula-
tions. I have been pained to note the number of people who were found
guilty of driving while under the influence of intoxicants. As I put down
the paper, after reading these news items, so closely related. I sat as In a
daze. I ask myself, "Who is to blame?" Is society as a whole to blame?
Is the enforcing agency at fault? Is the individual, alone, the guilty one?
FROM the accounts of the number of arrests lor reckless driving, we
must exonerate the police department from any guilt, and particularly
when we further consider the limitations of a small number of officers
covering so large an area. I have seen violations of traffic ordinances at
places where and at times when no ofTicer was present. But society and
its system of education is to blame for the fact that the individual lacks
a sense of responsibility for the welfare of his fellowman. I concede to the
reckless driver the right to break his own neck, provided he does it in a
manner that will not endanger the lives or health of innocent parties.
I BLAME .society who fails to take cognizance of a Mosaic law. In Deuter-
onomy, chapter 22. verse 8. we read. "When thou buildest a new house,
then thou shalt make a parapet for thy roof, that thou bring not blood
upon thine house, it any man fall from thence." If that principle were
inculcated in the minds and hearts of everyone, then, the precautions re-
quired while driving an auto would surely be observed.
SOMEONE has raised the question of the use of a city or place oi refuge
for the driver who unintentionally kills a pedestrian or the occupant
of another vehicle. It is true that scripture distinguished between pre-
meditated murder and any other form of taking human life. But. not all j Though you may prove technical innocence under the law, 11 you have
cases of traffic deaths would come under the class that entitles one to the I maimed or killed one human being, your conscience will forever <"1"'1"
protection of a city of refuge. There is such a thine as contributory neg-
e. There is also the last chance to avoid an accident I have often
marveled at the comparative freedom from any accidents in the air ex-
perienced by the beloved idol who first crossed the Atlantic to Paris in a
non-stop iliuht. The colonel, I believe attributes Ins safety to the pre-
Sun Treatment
at Sanitarium
idem
i a
The Sun-Ray Sanitarium. 125 S.
W. Thirtieth court. Miami. Fla Is
one of the most interesting health j a business
institutions in the country. It has
been subject for news stories and
feature stories in many medical as
well as news publications.
oi the Sun-Ray Sanitarium,
former resident of Atlanta.
he ia well known and where
he u;ls formerly active in business
Mr Ellis is a man of vision coupled
a practical ability to organize
lavs m

Learning that the suns
Miami are especially laden with
health-giving properties, he founded
h,s institution and it has been rec-
ognized as a sanitarium specializing
, treatments involving rest, helio-
therapy and other physiotherapy
under strict medical supervision.
The .stall is composed of physicians.
members oi the Dade County Medi-
cal society
The stall C0nsi8ts 01 trained nurs-
es, two resident physicians and 30
consulting physicians. While the
sanitarium is equipped and special-
,,. cases which require skilled
attention, It also has 20
treatment rooms for day guests who
wish only to utilize the sun bathing
facilities and other occasional treat-
ments.
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Inc.
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Arthur W. Ellis, founder and pres-
ICs what we don't know abOUl
people that causes us to have a so< d
opinion ni them,
cer Is stationed to regulate traffic If, In theii zeal, the police officers ar-
rest an innocent person, prool ol II before the proper authority will quick-
ly brine about a relea i
TEN persons who pay Innocenl lines, nay. one hundred, cannot atone
for one life taker, through reckless driving, Laxity in enforcing the
law Is equivalent to shouldering the blame. But. greater than obedience
under the eyes ol a policeman, it obedience at all times and In all places.
you. Build a battlement for your roof; exercise care while driving, and re-
spect the law. Were it not foi the law, your life and your property would
not be safe It protects you
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cautions he takes in inspecting his airplane and to the fact that he flies
sanely and avoids stunting. Similar precaution- with your auto will guar-
antee your safety on land.
LET US analy/e some Ol thl complaints against the police for their zeal
in handing out summonses and In making arrests, some complain be-
cau.se they are lined for parking over-time. Did you ever drive through a
looking foi a parking pace? You have felt resentment at not flnd-
Ing B place. Suppose that someone or several, on that block have parked
beyond the limit allowed, it prevented you from parking most conven-
iently. Now. put the shoe on your own foot. Suppose that you have tied
up a parking space for an unfair period, how does the other fellow feel?
Isn't it fair to expect the ofTicer on duty to keep the cars moving? Why
resent his warning? Why take offence at his performance of a duty
equally beneficial to you? Is the policeman to be abused when he checks
you in your speed? The lives of others are at stake. We express no con-
cern for your own welfare. Can you restore lite to a dead body? Can you
compensate the bereft family?
TAKE, for example, the recent unfortunate occurrence in Bayfront park
and its near-tragedy. Does the punishment meted out to the guilty
maniac put health into the bodies of the innocent ones who toss in pain
and who may carry the scars and wounds throughout the rest of their
lives? Prevention outweighs all manner of cure. Though we pray for the
speedy return to good health of those who have suffered and whose lives
still hang in the balance, we feel a certain amount of guilt in that society
breeds creatures with distorted minds. The speed-maniac is no less the
criminal than the man who fires a gun. It is only that the weapon of of-
fense is different.
WOULD you recommend a city of refuge for the would-be assassin
because he had not premeditated the shooting of those who were
struck by his bullets? Would you say that it was accidental because he
had aimed at another and missed? You can no more excuse the careless-
ness and recklessness of the driver who does not premeditate murder or
injury to another.
HUMAN life is too sacred for us to toy with. You have no right to take
chances. If you have defective vision, and you know it, you are a po-
tential murderer behind the wheel of an auto. If you know your car to be
defective and you drive on a public tnoroughfare you are a would-be as-
sassin. If you violate traffic regulations, established for common protec-
tion, you display a disregard for the welfare of others which brands you
as a menace to society.
WHEN, in reading the cases of the traffic court. I see a Jewish-
sounding name. I blush, because the Jew who is taught to put a rail
around his roof should apply that practice to his manner of driving an
auto. And, not to the Jew alone is that verse in Deuteronomy directed,
but to all who have adopted scripture as the Holy Book. You must exer-
cise care while driving. You must respect the law. While he protects
others from inju.y by you. he also protects you from suffering at the
hands of another. You will note that most accidents occur where no ofli-
Thi urmoii Kih JeJ/catetl In PiiNn Sajct) Directoi S. /'. M< reary,
and hi tht Mni'tii police department, by Rabbi S. M. Macbtei.
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BEN S. HANCOCK. Jr.
announce the formation of a partnership
under the firm name of
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Friday.
March 3, 193 3.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
OCIETY
1Irs pmiline Scheinberg is spoil-
ing a bullet luncheon and bridge
Lor the benefit of the Jewish Wel-
Lre bureau Friday, March 10, at 1
am. at her home. 1777 S. W. Twelfth
ktreet.

Mrs. D. Wftrschoff has returned
Jfrom Nassau, where she visited her
tusband, David Warschoff. Mrs.
fa'arscliofl traveled via Pan Ameri-
Itan airways.

Mr and Mrs. William Elman have
ll-ad as their guest Mrs. Mary El-
an. Mr. Elman's mother. Mrs. El-
nan will tour the east coast of the
Jolted States, stopping in New York
[to visit friends before returning to
|her home in Montreal.
*
Mr. and Mrs. William Elman are
to be at home to their friends at
11021 Hardee road, Coral Gables,
ISunday. March 5, from 4 o'clock to
i o'clock. No invitations have been
fcssued.
*
The Jewish Social Set of Miami
beach is sponsoring a bridge and
Icanoc Saturday evening at the Jew-
ish Community Center at Sixteenth
lavenue and Fifth street. S. W.. Mi-
ami. Cards will begin promptly at 8
land dancing at 10 p.m. Prizes will
be awarded and entertainment pro-
vided by the entertainment commit-
Itee. Jack Stern, Sheldon Dubler and
I.Murry Grossman are on the com-
Imittee in charge.
The pre-Mosaic laws will be dis-
cussed at the forum which follows
the regular lesson at the Bible Study
class at the home of Maj. Kaufman
Mandel, 3012 S. W. Eighth street.
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The
lesson taught by Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei will deal with Abraham as the
Oral Hebrew. Mr. G. P. Newburger
will lead the discussion on the pre-
Mosaic laws. This Bible study class
which is sponsored by Major Mandel
is open to the public and members
of all faiths are invited. Scripture
is studied as the common source of
all religious inspiration without em-
phasis on the dogmas of any creed.
The universal application of the
Word of God is considered rather
than any interpretation that tends
to separatism. The class meets for
one hour each Sunday morning,
from 11 to 12.
*
The worlds most interesting and
thrilling sight lor the man. woman,
child, the sportsman, tourist or any-
one who loves, and is attracted to
the wild and outdoor life of game,
can be seen at Lost Lake on Bird
road. Coral Gables, about a mile
west of the Miami Biltmore hotel.
where Tom Reed's flock of wild
ducks from Chincoteague, Va. is
located.
Never before has anyone witnessed
such thrills at the sight of this mul-
titude of flying quackers. The wild
ducks are in the lagoons by the
hundreds, which numbers pn -
miraculous sight In themselves, but
the fact that the species is that of a
"wild duck gone tame'' is hardly
realizable until the phenomenon be-
comes actual experience to the vis-
itor. As he approaches Lost Lake
Page Seven
A Scene
at
Lost lake
Mrs. Grossman of New York City
ind Mrs. Soforenko. president of the
Ladies' Aid society of Jacksonville,
Pla., arrived here this week to spend
some time here with relatives and
friends. They accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, who returned
to the city after a combined busi-
ness and pleasure trip through the
state.
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the charmed spot of south Florida
he is met by this veritable swarm
of wild ducks delivering themselves
of such an intermingling of duck
prattle as almost to deafen one.
which can easily be translated as a |
wild reception.
The trainer leads the way with
the exquisitely colored ducks flock-
ing around his leet and flying about
his head. They perch on his head
and shoulders, and tug at his cloth-
ing'. They know their master and
he knows his ducks
The very nature and beauty of
wild ducks clothed in all their array
ol splendor and color and their
darting to and fro with lightning
-peed, appeal to the intense delight
of children as well as creating a
most wonderful and unusual spec-
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one's love for the wild birds of our
streams and forests. No man. wom-
an or child should miss this exhibi-
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world's largest duck ranch, and now
m Florida for the second time.
The management Is especial);
tunate this season in securing the
Use Of scenic Lost Lake, a most
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completed. Many acre- ol natural-
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bridges, cascades, are being devel-
oped to entrance and thrill the vis-
itor. Special music with an aquatic
lure accompanies the duck flight
performances to complete the pic-
lure. The admission charge is only
2E cents this year.
A novel program of entertainment
featured the Jewish Community
Center dance last Sunday evening.
Cappy's Collegians, an eight-piece
hand, furnished the dance music.
Mrs. Harry Ohphant headed the re-
ception committee with Murray
Grossman as master of ceremonies.
The program included vocal selec-
tions by Louis Regal, who rendered
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Galinko's "Dark Eyes'' and Sigmund
Romberg's "Desert Song"; Ray Ar-
net in a banjo solo, "The World Is
Waiting for the Sunrise," and Miss
Ruth Salsbury, Tampa guest artist,
singing "Marta."
An equally interesting program is
arranged for this Sunday evening
with the eight piece Collegians
dance program as a feature.

The religious school committee of
the Temple Sisterhood, together with
the teachers, are going to present a
Purim program on March 5 at 10 o'-
clock, and a masked ball for the !
. children on Sunday afternoon be- '
i ween three and five. All the chil- i
dren of the religious .school are cor-
dially invited.

Chico 'Leonardi Marx, the eldest
of the lour famous brothers, coming I
Sunday and Monday to the Tivoll
theatre In "Horse Feathers, was the i
first to enter the theatrical field. |
Under the guidance of his mother
the daughter of a veteran German
trouper, he took piano lesson- from
teachers in his native New York,'
and at an early age became a wage-
earning "boy pianist" in the local
movie houses,
To relieve the crowded East Side
home of the growing Marx family.
he branched out for himselt and
toured in most of the vaudeville
theatres in the East, as a piano
player. To supplement his earnings
he played in cales and at banquets, i
entertaining by his "straight'' and
tricky work at the keyboard, and de-
veloping a funny monologue.
In the meantime his mother had :
organized an act. and the family
had moved to Chicago.
After a brief interval as director
of music departments in Philadel-
phia and Pittsburgh stores, chico
joined his family at Waukesha, ill.
at about the time when the first act
known as "The Four Marx Broth-
ers" was being developed by their
mother. With the others, he has
since attained success in the movies
and on the stage.
Chico Marx is five feet, six inches
tall, weighs 155 pounds and has
brown hair and brown eyes.

Ruth Gloria Andelman. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Andel-
man of Boston and Miami Beach,
celebrated her sixth birthday anni-
versary recently with a party at her
home. 1510 Drexel avenue. Among
the guests were Ruth and Robert
Alpert. Mildred and Rosalie Wasser-
man, Lola Zembler, Nellie Marie
James. Walter Whirl and Melvin
Andelman.
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Page Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March V ,.,,
Recipes for the
Jewish Family
Baked I.emon Dumplings
Two cups flour, four teaspoons
baking powder, two tablespoons
shortening, three tablespoons seeded
raisins, chopped, one-halt teaspoon
cinnamon, milk, one-half teaspoon
salt, one lemon, one tablespoon melt-
ed shortening, one-half cup sugar,
one-half teaspoon nutmeg.
Sift together flour, baking powder,
salt and cut in shortening. Wet to a
paste with chilled milk and roll out
into a thin sheet. Cut in rounds and
place in the center of each two
tablespoons of the following mix-
ture: Remove the edible pulp from
lemon and add the grated yellow-
rind and juice, raisins, melted short-
ening, cinnamon grated nutmeg and
sugar. Form the past* over the fill-
ing in dumpling form, sprinkle with
sugar, .set them in a well greased
pan and bake in a very hot oven un-
til crisp and brown. Serve with
.sauce. Serves six.
Fudge Pic
Three one-ounce squares bitter
chocolate, one and one-fourth cups
milk, one cup sugar, three table-
spoons flour, one-fourth teaspoon
salt, two tablespoons butter, two
tie-half teaspoon vanilla, bak-
ed pastry shell
Melt the chocolate over hot water,
add th>' milk gradually and stir un-
til smooth. Add half the sugar mix-
ed witli the flour and salt, and cook
for lo minutes, stirring constantly
until thickened. Add the butter.
Beat the yolks Ol the eggs with the
I far and add to the
chocolate mixture. Fold in the stiff-
ly beaten egg whites ami add the
.anilla Turn into a baked pastry
shell and bake in a mod'rale oven
i~>0 (i> r 30 to 35 minutes.
Serve cold with unsweetened and
whipped cream.
KentUCk] Potato Apples
Two cups hot. riced potatoes, two
tabli poons butter, one-third cup
I i one-hall teaspoon
salt, few grains cayenne, slight grat-
uii' nutmeg, ;o tablespoons thick
cream, two yolks ol eggs, watercn se
or parsley garnish.
Mix ingredients in order given,
and beat thoroughly Shape m form
ol -mall apples, roll in flour, egg
and crumbs, fry m deep fat at 380
degrees Fahrenheit and drain on
brown paper. Insert a clove at both
stem and blossom end ol each apple.
Qarnlsh with watecrcss or parsley
Salmon Louf
Two cups salmon, one and one-
half cups soft crumbs, three egg
yolks, one cup milk, four tablespoons
butter, melted, one teaspoon salt,
one-four teaspoon celery salt, two
tablespoons chopped parsley, two
tablespoons chopped sweet pickles,
three egg whites beaten.
Mix ingredients and pour into
large sized buttered loaf pan or ring
mold. Bake 35 minutes in moderate
oven. Unmold carefully and sur-
round with the creamed potatoes.
Garnish with parsley and serve.
Chocolate Bread Pudding
One cup bread crumbs, two cups
scalded milk, one ounce chocolate,
one-fourth cup water, one-half cup
sugar, one egg. one-fourth teaspoon
salt, one-half teaspoon vanilla, one
tablespoon melted butter.
Soak bread in milk. Cook choco-
late with water and sugar. Combine
and add remaining ingredients.
Bake slowly in a moderate oven. 350
degrees Fahrenheit until set. Cover
for first half of baking, removing
cover when pudding is half done.
Time will vary, but will be between
45 and 60 minutes.
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Under whose direction Tropical
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cial Adjustment "
Saturday morning services begin
at '.< o'clock, Sunday school classes
at 10 a in and Hebrew school dally
at 4 p.m.
Preparation is being made to pie-
sent a Purim play. "Queen Esther,"
a inn-leal drama in four ails, on
March \2. at the Elks hall, following
which a Purim ball will be given
under the auspices ol the Ladies'
Auxiliary and Aid society.
Friends and members responded
ntly to the package party laid
at the synagogue last Sunday "ve-
iling, which made the affair a big
success. Mrs. Hankin was the host-
ess during the social hour.
BNAI BRITII TO MEET
Because of the inclement weather
last Thursday night, the meeting I I
the local Bnai Brith lodge was post-
poned to next Tuesday evening,
March 7. at 8 o'clock. The meeting
will be held at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah and all members are
urged to attend. Plans for a large
benefit aliair to be given to aid lo-
cal Jewish organizations will be
presented by the president.
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might want a divorce, bill we ean'l
imagine why he should wan' to
marry again the very next day
The present ol a Seler Torah to
Congri lation Bnal Israel, with all
its due 11 remonies, will take placi
in the very near future
Mrs. Prey and Mrs Ootlii b will be
the In iring the social hour
on this Friday evening.
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FridayMarch 3, 1933. Mrs Isaac Levin, president Temp' 1 l M acl Sisterhood, entertainf ; die executive board and out-ofuestfl at a smart tea Saturday [fee Bellevue hotel on N. E. Sev[aiieenth terrace. Urt. Bert RcLsner, Mrs. H. H. Mil, MIJ. H. Kaplan and Mrs. I. L. iBosendorf assisted Mrs. Levin in reMrs. J. Waldner of Chicago, I Mrs. Harry Rubin. Miss Harriet lojenstock and Miss Bertie Harrison I,( Roanoke, Va.. were at the tea ,1,;, The center decoration was of ... and sweet peas. The reception mm were decorated throughout rtth palms and flowers, urg, M Dobrin read two original Mrs. Morris Cowan sang a I ol lolk songs and Dr. J. H. %  Kaplan related several interesting Miss Hazel Thrall presented three classical dances. A. H. ProI : ol New York City, author Lnd poet, read one of his own short I Miss Sylvia Miller gave two numbers and was accompanied on the piano by Miss Goldie bllller. About 100 guests called dur. the tea hours. • • • Dr and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz lined at their home Friday I uth a muslcale honoring Dr. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP Opposite < i.r.t/ Hold Mil N. E. FIRST AVK. thmlitv Shoe Kt'pairinK All Work i.Miir.-inli.-.i SPECIAL Half Soles. 25c Pair Ladles' Heels, lOe Pair HOME SERVICE LAUNDRY MRS. < 'LARA I. KERSEY. Prop. 122.1 S. W. 6th SI. MeiuliiiR and buttons sewed on free of chance. Called for and delivered. PENINSULAR LIFE INSURANCE GO. Incorporated bj the Btatc of Florida Rome I Iff ire: Jackxonville. FU. MAIN OFFICE 836 Lorraine Arcade Die* i line to B. J. Morlork or phone 2-6337 for a representative h<. ill explain why l'< niiisiilar Life is the Best 1 Biscayne Electric Supply Co. Il.ilriijil Appliance* of every de%  fliption. I'hone and we will do the real nt very reasonable price*. <1 W. FLAGLER STREET I'hone 2-3024 The Best in Travel Our Rates Will Please You ';' I • llefnre Booking Anywhere We you a trip to Cuba in Wild? Our Hotel in Havana. '<• Motel Packard, serves WHctly Kosher Meats. and Mrs. Edwin Beer of New York, who are guests at the Miami Biltmore hotel. Dr. Beer is professor at Columbia university, and Dr. Aronovitz was associated with him at the Sinai hospital in New York for some time. Pink rosebuds, flanked by tall lighted tapers, were used on the lace covered table. On the program were Mrs. Pauline Stanger in piano numbers; Miss Evelyn Raff, soloist, accompanied by Evelyn Plagman Jones; Carol Oakes, violinist, accompanied by Annie Laurie Lee. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. S. Eldridge Chambers, Mrs. M. Ghertler. Mrs, Pauline Schetnberg and Mrs. 8. L. Weintraub. • • Mr. and Mrs. David Sllversteln ol Birmingham arrived here last week to visit Mr. and Mrs, Sydney Bcskind and David Lei law Preparations are being made by the Jewish Welfare auxiliary for an Installation luncheon, combined with the regular meeting. Mrs. Rose Simpson, Mrs. Morris Dublci and Mrs. H. Yunis, who will be In charge, will enounce dale in next ssue. The William Penn hotel al Miami Beach wa.i he scene oi gaiety at the benefit card party sponsored by the Senior Council ol Jewish Women, with Mrs. Lewis Brown as chairman. There were 3(1 tables in play, and prizes wen won by Mrs, Hazel ReiChenback, Mrs Morion, Mrs. Albert. Backer. Mr.Ben Ilnslilield. Mrs. i. Blumenson, and Mrs, Graham. Mrs Bernard Simon, president, wishes to ihank all who were instrumental m making this affair a successful one. Waller Huston, whose reputation as one of the greatest actors on the American screen Is unquestioned, has the feature role of a strong, clear-thinking banker whose eourage and faith m people leads him successfully through a run on his bank and an attempt to break up his home. Critics all over the country have 1 raised "American Madness." coming to the Seventh Avenue theatre Sunday and Monday, for the timelines.of its plot, bringing to the screen, as it does, the dramatic situation that has touched the lives nt everyone in the world In the last two years or mon Robert Riskin. the author of the original story, is considered to have done a superb job of weaving against the complicated background ol a meat bank, the poignant story of a man who forestalls the rum ol his bank and of his home, by Indefinite, courageou.vision Not lo be Ignored is the hut that American Madness" is mounted In a spectacular fashion, with the largest set.ever built at the Columbia studios and the lamest number of "extras" ever seen on the lot at one time. More than 1000 "extras" participated m the stirring scenes of the bank run Columbia Officials consider this picture the greatest dramatic spectacle they have ever made. i-age Five APPEARING AT THE T1VOI.I THEATRE rici 'J and Service Right j DAVIS TOURS, INCORPORATED Ml Ea*t Flaeler Street I'hone 3-1722 TOIRS CRl'ISES STEAMSHIP TICKETS TRAVELERS CHEQUES Remittances to All Foreign Countries Arranite your Pawover Trip to Palestine throuah American Express Company 330 E. FLAGLER ST. Miami Tel. 3-3178 SCENE IN "HORSEF EAT HERS" A regular meeting ot Temple Israel Sisterhood will be held Monday. March li. al '2 p.m.. when important matters will be discussed. The guest speaker ol the alternoon will be Abe Aronowitz of the Fellowship club. Refreshments will be served after the business meeting. All members are urged to attend. 0 • • Mrs, Cecil Myers Ol New York City arrived here last week to spend some time with hei son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, The Loan association of the Woman.club ol the Workmen's circle which was organized recently is functioning and making loans to those In need A very nominal Charge is made to cover expenses ol the organization. The Loan association meets at the Workmen s circle hall. 701 N. W. Fifth avenue • • • The adult Hebrew classes of Beth David congregation meets every I Tuesday evening at its Talmud Torah beginning at 7:30 p.m. The history discussion group meets every Tuesday evening beginning at 8:30 Both groups are under the direction of Rabbi Max Shapiro nt the Beth David congregation. • The Woman's club of the Workmen's circle held a supper recently al. the Workmen.circle hall when a very splendid evening of entertainment was enjoyed by the guests Among those taking pan were A Goldman, who played a number of violin -elections. Solomon Shmulowitz, who gave a number of Yiddish recitations. The singing of folk songs were joined in by all. In charge ol arrangements were Mesdames L. Silver. I. Oilman, E. Pont and S Mandelbaum. • • • Mrs. Sender Argintar of Asheville. N. C, who is spending several weeks in Miami, will visit Tampa this week to attend the bar milsva of her nephew. Sammy Argintar, at Tampa. Fla. synagog this coming Saturday. • • The master touch of Ulc Walkathon. now on its second month at the Cinderella ballroom, if attendance and applause are to be taken as a criterion, was the introduction of the "sprints." Walkathons, super Walkathons and grinds were given the patrons and each with a reasonable amount of success but the "sprints" really supplied the fans with all they could possibly crave in the way of entertainment. Speed, spills, fun and thrills, and if you haven't seen them "you ain't seen nuthin' yet." Wally Adams established the first track record by rounding the hurdles the first night of the "sprints' 270 times in an hour, while Prances and Jerry Smith made 260. However the second night the officials decided to make the course longer and increase the number of laps to qualify 215. instead of the original 200. The Miami teams are outlasting the Jax champions, as six of the seven who started against the invaders are still going, while only three of the 11 from upstate remain of those couples. The local teams have 1478 hours to their credit. Fred Gadette. popular songster who acted in the capacity of night trainer, is a former NBA star and has received several offers to go back on the air. Gadette's rendering of Memories" and "Lonesome Road" were two of the outstanding hits of the Walkathon. Jack Negley still continues to keep 1 the fans posted on all the in and OUts ot the various Walkathon features as well as the condition of the contestants. The Alimony Jumpers won their way into the hearts of the fans with their pleasing musical Hirelings and specialty numbers. But the end is near, grinds and sprints are fast reducing the ranks of the Walkathoners and any day may be the last. ri) CP Brin K tins ,ul with 1 *\-LJIJ you and get I ountain Pen or Pencil with five gallons of regular Gas at posted price. Get acquainted with the GARLICK STATIONS I hese Peru and Pencils arc guaranteed for life. Drive in at any >f the following stations and get your gift from Gariick: MM RIaeayne Blvd. tat Hat street' BiKame Blvd. and 1.1th St. "•t Ride Circle! 1377 S. W. Kinhth Sire. I MM \. W. Seventh Avenue ISO] N. W. Seventh Avenue IK60 Weet Hauler Street Gariick for Quality We Never Close! The Food Cannot be Better The Servici I 'nexcelled Thi I'rii, Satisfactory to thousands t ome In Oneo and We W ill See You Daily BISHOP &BLAIK 4 WEST FLAGLER "We trust that you will bring only good sized, fresh and clear eggs." states the editor of the Holly. Mich.. newspaper, in offering to take eggs from the farmers in exchange for a subscription. 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^Jemsti 'Ftoridian 6, No. 9. wish Life To Shown Sunday be fust and only opportunity of |y Jewish residents and tourists jiis section of the country to see 1-Yiddish talking and singing bre will be presented this comjsunday, March 5, at the Bisle Plaza theatre. Depicting the of the unending struggles and t-rending drama of the Jewish bii. "The Voice of Israel" begins the deliverance of the Jews bl slavery in Egypt, their strugI the desert, their rise from a \\ nation to a kingdom of their I heir difficulties in their own the destruction of the temple the fall of Jerusalem ... in the entire life of the Jewish In down to the present time. koices of present and past most as Jewish cantors will be heard k: the presentation in selections hirglcal music that have made names famous throuiUiout the world. Cantors Joseph Rosen Roitman. Shlisky. Hershman. ro, Waldman. Katchko. the lable dean of cantors. Seidel er and the 14-year-o!d Sheiele lliardt. bring the power of their hcable voices to help picture ktory of the Jews. Abraham Itenberg and his famous allchoir appear in one oi the Playing to packed houses m |orth. the picture has attracted finds of non-Jews as well as because of the remarkable ui age-old traditional music. bTineht to Miiirii ni great as educational. Instructive fctertaining. it will ) %  show:. I times Sunday, at 2, 4 and 11 ish Girl Wins Beauty Prize C68 Kane, popular and talMiaini Jewish girl, was one | winners in the beauty contest piinine the selection ol "Mis More than 125 girls of all j k-s of the state contested for bnor and Prances Kane was td third prize after a rather wntest. she received a beautiper loving cup and twentyliars in cash. More than 5.000 ed the spectacle and watched krade in which the winners petermined. Frances was the bwish girl in the contest. LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1933 THIRTY-FIRST PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES Rabbi To Local Pianiste Purim Ball Is Be Honored To Give Recital Well Attended >rld Traveller "ives In Miami Ung yesterday in Miami on a tour to take him from New through South America, and in Europe. Dr. Jacob Waterlose, expected to remain here eral days before resuming his on behalf of the United institution of Palestine, with larters at Jerusalem, pose began his tour two years Is now completing his cirthe United States. South will come next, after which lerary will take him through and eventually back to Jelorganization. he said, takes j persons afflicted with paral|art trouble, tuberculosis and ailments. Honoring Ms .spiritual head. Rabbi Max Shapiro, the Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a Purim dinner at the Beth David Talmud Torlah Thursdaj evening, March 9. beginning at 6:30 p.m. An elaborate and interesting program has been arranged by the committee in observance ol the Purim spirit, in charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. S. J. Spcclor. Assisting her are Mesdames Lewis Brown, Morris Dubler. M. Scheinberg, Hairy oliphant. J. Katz, B. Kandle, Louis Weinkle. J. Bngler and J. Silberslein. Reservallons for tliis interesting event may be made by calling the chairman. Mrs. S. J. Spector. All tourists and residents of this district are invited to attend. Miss Greenberg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenberg of this city and has volunteered her services to many of the local Jewish Organizations whenever called upon. She has shown such splendid ability that several times she has been awarded partial scholarships to enable her to attend the University of Miami Mildred Greenberg, popular talented Jewish pianiste. will be heard IP. a concert recital Sunday. March j 5. at Recital hall of the University : of Miami on N. E. Second avenue I at Fourteenth street beginning at 4 pin She will be assisted by Leoni ard Rose, cellist, and Louis Eley. violinist, all three members of the Junior Symphony Trio of the University ot Miami conservatory. The concert proceeds will be used to delray the laSI years expense of finishing tile musical course ot Miss Greenberg. Patronesses tor this recital include Mesdames I. Levin. M. L Cowen. Max Dobrin. J. N. Morris. Isidor Cohen. Sydney L. Weintraub. Sophie Zohn, Max Shenkmaii. Albert Kaufman and Miss Betty Greenberg. Rabbi Max Shapiro came to Miami several months ago and about a month ago was elected rabbi of the congregation. While here he has organised several adult classes in addition to his work m the Hebrewclasses for children at Beth David, i'e is a splendid speaker and popular with Miami Jewry. Due ol the prettiest affairs of the current season was the annual Purim ball of the Ladies" auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation Wednesday night at the Mail! Shrine temple. Dancing was enjoyed to a late hour and entertainment was furnished by Danny Sheehan of the Sheehan School of Dancing. Albert Robinson, a pupil of the Sheehan school: Prances Kane, a popular Miami Jewish artist: Al Parker of the Silver Slipper, and others Quite a large sum was realj ized for the Talmud Torah of the congregation, in charge of arrangements were Mrs. Nathan Abramson. 1 Mrs. Louis Pallott. Mrs. Jonah E. ; Caplan. Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Mrs. | Morris Rappaport. Mrs. William Mechlowitz and Mrs. J. L. Shochet. This was the fourth annual Purim ball of the auxiliary, the purpose of which is used towards the free tuition fund providing for those otherwise unable to pay for their religious training. The thanks of the organization is expressed to the many tourists who attended for their cooperation in making the affair a success. Price Five Cents Charity Ball To Be Big Event As the date on which the annual Charity ball of the Jewish Welfare bureau will be held approaches, the committee in charge of arrangements, headed by Mrs. Hyman N. Levy, is concluding the final arrangements which will make this affair the outstanding affair of the season. To be held on March 12 at the Floridian hotel, Miami Beach, the program of entertainment includes one of the most elaborate floor shows ever shown in this section. A buifet supper will be served during the evening without extra charge. Bert L. Reisner. popular Jewish entertainer, will act as master of ceremonies and direct the tloor show and be in general charge of the entertainment program for the evening. Tickets ol admission have been mailed to the Jewish residents of Greater Miami and the committee .i sks that all please acknowledge the receipt of these so that arrangements can be made lor the buffet luncheon. 'Announcements! i TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform I 1.17 X. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi a wi Ding at 8:15, when Dr. Jacob H n's subject will be. "Is Communism a Religion?" After services a reception will be held in Kaplan hall, so that the visitors may meet each other and spend a pleasant social hour. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1(41 S. W. Third Street JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi Regular services begin tonight at 5:30 with the late services at 8:30 when Rabbi Caplan will preach on "The People and Taxes." The regu! lar chanting and congregational singing will be held and the rabbi will read the current Jewish news events. A social hour will follow BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 1.19 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Regular services begin at 5:45 with the late services at 8 o'clock when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "Israel's Problem of Education." Cantor Louis Hayman and his choir will chant and lead in the congregational singing. A social hour will follow. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) .111 WaMhinvton Ave., Miami Beach L. AXELROD, Rabbi Regular services begin tonight at 5:45 with the late services at 8 p.m.. when Rabbi Axelrod will preach a sermon on "The Sanctuary of the Jew." Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant the services and lead the congregational singing. Saturday morning the rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week • % 



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Page Two FLOR ID I AN Friday, March f Junior Hadassah is sponsoring a benefit bridge on Wednesday, March 8. beginning at 8:30 p.m., at the William Perm hotel, Miami Beach. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Jack Solen, chairman; MM A. S. Dubbin, Miss Betty Greenberg. Ida Cohen. Esther Rosengarten. Helen Yunis and Thelma Spoont. The public is urged to attend. • • • The annual donor's luncheon of the Senior Chapter of Hadassah will be held Monday. March 13, at the Floridian hotel. Miami Beach. It will mark the twenty-first anniversary of the founding of Hadassah by Miss Henrietta Szold. Those who have not yet filled the quota required to entitle them to attend are urged to communicate with the chairman, Mrs. Barney Wemkle. A splendid program of entertainment has been provided. • • • The regular bi-weekly card party of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held Tuesday evening. March 7. beginning at 8 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The pubic is invited to attend. • • • Final plans are now being com%  VISIT THE ROMA Restaurant H IK Italian Dinners 130 N. E. 2nd Ave. First Class Food at Modi rate I'm i i pleted for one of the finest affairs of the current season when the annual spring festival of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach will be held at the Floridian hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday evening. March 26. Mrs. Barney Weinkle is general chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. • • • As we go to press an important meeting of the local Bnai Brith lodge is being held at the Community Centre of the Hebrew Athletic club • • • Mr and Mrs. Paul Goldstein of Boston. Mass., spent several weeks in Miami and Havana on their honeymoon. Mrs. Paul is the niece of Mrs. Al Quadow and Mrs. Joseph M Fine of this city and is the daughter of Mr. Alex Feierstone of Boston, a former resident of Miami Mr, Paul is a prominent attorney ol Boston and the president of the Bnai Brith lodge there. • • • Milton Klein, chairman of the initiation committee of the Hebrew Athletic club, announces that an inting ceremony will be held In connection with the initiation of members on record after February 1 Members only will be permitted to attend. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Freedman of 750 N. W. Nineteenth treel will entertain with a party Sunday night their home for members of their family and friends in honor of the ement of their daughter Sarah to Murray Streit. the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry Streit of this city The wedding date will be announced Sunday night. Mi.-s Freedman is a native of Chattanooga. Term., and Mr. Streit is formerly ol New York City. The physical culture class din '• d by Mrs. Bertha Berkowitch Levy will Nan's Beauty Creation? Most Sensational Results are Obtained '•' This wonderful preparation destined to be one of the World's Greatest Beauty Aids, actual!) Removes Wrinkles and Double Chin entertain at a pajama party Thursday night. March 9. at the "home of Mrs. Jeanette Jacoby. 1770 S. W. Fouiteenth terrace. The public is cordially invited to attend and enjoy the games and other entertainment that will be provided. Stopping at the Sea Breeze hotel. Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Winer, all of Brooklyn. N. Y. When something good is manufactured, not only will experts soon recocnize the fact but the general public as well will rally to lt.s support. Such is the case with the preparations recently put on the market in the Greater Miami territory by Nan's Beauty Creations. A preparation which has withstood all assaults upon It, lias carried out every claim of its makers is the one that removes wrinkles and double chin. Jewish women throughout history have been proud ol their beauty and have taken care ol their skin. The Talmud abounds with numer>; -lories ol the value ol women taking care ol their bodies, skmand general health and many instances oi beauty preparations, Many of them are today realizing thi alue of genuine preparations and have rallied lo Nans rx creations In the pas) several weeks. Nan's electric lotion Is al this company's preparations which has met with Instant favor. Nol to forget the men. the firm now has a preparation which will grow hair lor bald men in lour weeks So certain are they of the efficacy of the treatment thai they will refui money 11 unsuccessful. • • • The minstrel show which madi a nit recently when presented by the Beth Daricl Sisterhood at the Riverhool auditorium will be shown a: Mie Hiscayne Pla/a theatre, Miami Beach, on Tuesday evening, March 21, with the entire original cast Harry Markowltz is chairman and MrHarry oliphanl assistant chairman of Hie commit tc< m charge of arrangements. It will not harm the most delicate skin — makes it clc.ir and beautiful. Ask your druggist or phone 2-8 yj6 for home delivery. Carry back North a dozen of Nan's Wrinkle Remover. Not on sale in any other state. We will be glad lo remove your wrinkles at any time you may desire to call at 159 N. VV. Forty-Seventh Street This preparation is sold at Red Cross Pharmacy and all leading Beauty Parlors. Nan'I Electric Lotion removes superfluous hair, pleasantly and safely in one to two minutes and discourages all new growth. jNan's Beauty Creations 159 N. W. FORTY-SEVENTH STREET *J I V Miami A., Jt. \. Miami Kftt, Faymus Fays' $50,000.00 SALE VALUE Starts Friday DRESSES GOATS PAJAMAS HATS T TAMS BARE BACKS YARD GOODS Come and See for Yourself Mickey Lubel. center of the Hebrew Athletic club basketball team, was chosen all-star center on the mythical second team of the South Florida Gold Medal basketball tournament • • The regular weekly meeting of the Hebrew Athletic club was held last Wednesday night and was featured by an address by Mr. W. L. Williams, president of the local Bnai Brith lodge. In a stirring address he urged the amalgamation of the club with the Bnai Brith and pointed out the many advantages which would result. After considerable discussion a decision was postponed until a later meeting, Following the business meeting a social hour was spent and two magicians entertained the members Plans for a show featuring the magicians were discussed. As we go to press i he Order of Beatitudes are holding their regular meeting and installation, at which tune Mrs. Lena Simon will be installed as Prophetess of the East. Miss Ida Engler is the Ugh) ol the anization is composed ol girls between the ages of 11! and 17 years ol age, and is open to all mils with Masonic affiliations. lasher, who has worked among the Seminole Indians ol a long number ol yi ars, pen o tin prettiest Indian es m this set tion at the old John W. Watson estate on Twentyseventh avenue and Twentieth street N W., on Sunday. March b. It lies along the north bank ol 'lie Miami river, enabling Mr Lasher to utilize all ol his ability along • i lines 10 convert it into a picturesque village, combining all th e tropical wonders and lore in which our winter visitors are so interested A large tribe of Seminole Indians is now at work completing their thatched cottages and other buildings, while machinery and other equipment is being used grading the property. One of the features of the village will be an artificial lake in which scores of alligators and crocodiles and other water animals may bask in the sunshine. Cypress logs and other articles will be placed in the lake so that these reptiles may use them and live in their wild state as they would In the fastnesses ol the Everglades, their native habitat The lake area will be one and onefourth acres. Rare tropical birds, including the beautiful llamineo. will be on display at the village. An artificial canal will also be built through the property, and the Seminoles will be able to ply their rough-hewn canoes about at will, taking visitors on Interesting tripe through the village. The Seminoles will be m charge of Cora Osceola, who. although never having gone to school, can read and write English. Other prominent Seminoles who will be at the village are Henry Cypress and Frank Jimmy, famous Seminole Indian alligator wrestlers, who will give exhibitions daily. LIVE POl'LTRY AND < HOICE PRUTS AMI VEGETABLES Pi-Iran Right MRS. A. WALL I I ii. Terminal Markoi %  -• 2nd \.,. .,,,.1 2nd SI. Edna La France i beauty salon An Aid for K.rry llcnulv Naad specialising in Facial and Hair Tinting 16 MrAl.l.ISTER ARCADE Phone 2*721 jBurdine's Exclusive | Creators l t of A merica's Smartest Resortwear i I "Sunshine Fashions"! i I i Burdinos\ MIAMI and MIAMI BEACH "No Om Ever Lost a Dollar of Savings or Interest in a Morris Plan Bank" PIONEERS OF INDUSTRIAL BANKING 5 Per Cent Interest Paid On Savings SBRVING MILLIONS OP PEOPLE AM. OVER THE UNITED STATES MORRIS PLAN COMPANY of MIAMI N. B. Elm A>



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% %  V?spE?^sx sls f^^^^m%f^msa^i I rid.iy, March 3, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the IFWISH KI.OKIDIAN IM lU.ISHINi; ((). 121 8. W. Fifteenth Avenue j. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor P. 0. Box 2973 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 Entorcil as Mcond elan matter July 4, • hi1'iwl Offii'iat Miami, Florida, under ih Art t March S. 1879. WEST I'AI.M BEACH OFFICE 414 Elithth Street Mr.. M. Sihrebnick, Representative TH E JEW ISH FLORIDIAN Hitler's courting of Mussolini? the Zionist Revisionist, will not participate in the elections for the 1933 World Zionist congress if the French Revisionists have their way. This, if carried out, will insure Weianann's re-election u president of the World Zionist organization Max Gottschalk. recently appointed member of the Belgian cabinet, is said to be very much interested in Jewish affairs u true, this would merely emphasize that Jewish affiliations are by no means a handicap Page Three DANGER WITHIN lliimanhm's Inroads lulu I be Synagogue By ARTHUR MEYEROWITZ ^i\ Months One Year srilSCRll'TION $l.im S2.ao FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1933. Vol. 6, No. 9. Anglo-Jewish Newspaper Wins T HAT the Anglo-Jewish press ul this country is a factor in communal Jewish life was again demonstrated by the signal victor) scored by the Paterson Jewish Post. which succeeded in compelling Jewish restaurants of Paterson to remove the kosher sign when not strict!) entitled to it. Together with Rabbi Leisor Shot land, the Jewish Post carried on an intensive editorial campaign until the restaurant proprietors hoisted the while Hag. A: her you believe In kosher lood I : %  not, you will surely agree thai to many Jews the kashruth n is Important, The AngloJewish press should (eel pleased a) 11 ssful campaign oi the Post, II proves once more thai a Jewish Journal when responsibl) directed billze a tremendous volume ii public opinion Is e\ idence Anglo-Jewish press Is mon than holding it.s own during the low ebb in our economic afCongratulatlons to our colUbert M. Shulman, publisher ol the Paterson Jewish Post Footnotes to Headlines Ruling in a suit brought by a lournallst against La Liberte, Paris daily, a local court has decided that a newspaper Is not obligated to keep .ui anti-Semite on Its pay roll. German papers please copy Henri Bergson, noted French philosopher, recently picked by Rabbi Stephen S. %  '•' % %  .is one of the ten greatest Jews III the world, has written a book in Which he puts Christianity above Judaism as an ethical cult. Bergson has been flirting with Catholicism a" his life Representative C. F. Nelson Pratt charges that certain Massachusetts insurance firms discriminate against Jews in the Issuance of policies and that it is not only difficult for many Jews to obtain auto insurance but that many policies owned by Jews are subject to cancellation on the slightest pretext. A startling charge which deserves a real investigation Trying to set an example of governmental economy. Governor Homer f Illinois has ordered a voluntary ten per cent cut in his salary. His original salary was only $12,000 a year. so that the cut will reduce it to less than many a social worker's 8 l*ry ... A bid for Jewish support %  • come from the Catholic Center Party in Germany, which declares u 'i it.s representatives in the Reich •ill protect Jewish rights. Wonder "hat the effect of a Catholic-Jewish alliance in Germany will have on (Continued from Last Week) Moreover, where do our humanists get the sanctions for our ethical and moral codes to make them universally accepted? If man is the center of the universe and the only tape measure for everything that is for a political career in countries worthwh Ue. then he himself is the where anti-Semitism is not in flow' sole arDilei ol "hat is worthwhile %  er Dr. Kraus. the Jewish Gandhi P ursuin There is nothing absolute of New York City college, will be deto g0 ** in an ever-changing world. ported unless public opinion exer! To the long list of forces of disinclses pressure on the Immigration tegratlon and decomposition which authorities. Pressure should be used, threaten our faith from witMn and because Dr.* Kraus' only crime Is "'"'" without through the ages, has naive idealism: and because lie i.s a been added the latest fad. called Jew without a country, coming origHumanism. Humanism's danger to Inally from Poland More than ""' survival ol Judaism is minimized $12,000,000 was Invested In Palestine D v ""' rftCt that humanism as a reby Jews during 1032. according to a "giOUS doctrine Is diametrically opStatement made by David Ben OurPOeed to every concept and interprclon, president of the General Federtation of Judaism, and its danger atlon oi Jewish Labor in Palestine, marks therefore are easily dlscernTlie time may not be distant when lbl( even to the simplest mind. Palestine will be launching a drive The great mass ol Jews has the to rehabilitate American Jewry will to survive and to perpetuate our spiritual heritage to our children They will prevail despite the errors of often mistaken leadership. "Chachamin his'ham b'divreiScores i Jewish students in medical BChools and many graduate doctors will be compelled to leave France as a result ol a measure adopted by the French senate which prohibits forchem" is not an untimely memento elgners from practicing medicine in Already thenIs plenty of evidence Prance By no means an amiol accumulating restiveness and disJiwish measure bin what will we satisfaction on the part of the laity. do with so many unemployed Jewish winch in many instances refuses to doctors? follow the religious radicalism oi their rabbis. It is not impossible that this brewing opposition may end and some day in open rebellion and that the people, like many times m our history, plain Jewish men and women will wrest the leadership from the rabbis The people may then even Insist upon a minimum standard of requirements tor the spiritual leadership In Jewish congregations, li Is a platitude that religion deals with Imponderabilla, Palestine The Palestine Post, Jerusalem li Is common knowledge thai in spite "i the world depression llie ii n ol Palestine and the position oi the National Home have latterly, during the la.-l year or the leasl 18 months, Improved very considerabl) as compared with the position Which prevailed two years ago, III some ol the utterances which whicn whUe n0 | explicable, are no we have made recently we have trad | ess realities In the life of men and tn analyze the cause and do noi women, in fact, they are more vital propose to go over the same ground realities than the realities of the again. Lei li suffice thai the POMCO smic and physical world. Is not nun continues to be satisfactory and that mystical thrill ol God contins feature expresses itself In two sciousness more worthwhile to the mam things: there is the steady Religionist than daily occurrences How oi immigrants, amounting to m man's life, no matter how Imporslightly over 1.000 a month, which a „, they may appear? The new is a very considerable immigration theory Oi Humanism and worthior a small country, particularly in whiteness to replace the old God Idea and religious ideals of our peovlew oi the opinions ol experts which were heard B year or 18 months ago. when they tried to prove mathematically that there Is no room in Palestine lo swing a cat. The entry ol l.ooo a month regularly is a gratifying feature and shows that the country has a fine future. The second feature In which the Improvement expresses itself is the almost complete absence of unemployment in Palestine, at any rate in Jewish Palestine. Tliese two factors are almost unique in the world of today. Where countries are bolting their doors and barring their gates against immigrants and not allowing anyone to enter, and when pie i.s as infantile and as shallowlo use Dr. Kaplan's own terminology — as the anthropromorphisms of our forefathers, which he took great delight in ridiculing. Our Jewish Humanists are loo rational to admit that true religion belongs to the sphere of emotional and mystical awareness rather than to the sphere of intellectual and rational reflection. They have learned little from the history of religion and they ignore entirely the fundamentals of religious psychology, Vauvenargue:; said: "All great ideas have their origin in the heart." And Faust has stated the case against the Humanists and RationTHE ge* all countries in the world, even the [ alists clearly: rich and powerful, are suffering front the terrible burden and scourge ol unemployment. It is an exceptional position for Palestine to be able lo register no unemployed, and to have room for new immigrants. There is a flow of capital into the country: enterprise is booming and developing. We only hope that it will continue. A German manufacturer Is putting out a small airplane which the purchaser can assemble at home. Skilled morticians will take care of reassembling the purchaser. "My darling one. do not me misconceive. Who dare Him name. And who proclaim Belief in Him? Who assume, And who presume To say I do not believe? Th' Omniscient. Th' Omnipotent. Knows and uphold He not Thee, me. Himself? Are not the heavens above us arched? Dotli not the earth beneath lie Arm? A Swedish critic of munitions profiteers says they are rarely found in front-line trenches. It is well that they stand behind their product, but not too far. An East Indian dissenter lay on his back in a busy thoroughfare for two days. If we had known, we could have had him look at the differential. "Prohibition will be remembered as a bad dream," says Senator Tydings. True, there was always gin to be had, but sometimes one had to walk six blocks for oranges. When tile high pressure securities salesman said. "You'll realize 10 per cent on your investment," we thought all the while he meant interest. Criticism from the lamily should prove refreshing to Huey. as nothing i.s more irksome I ban the ignorant animadversions of strangers, One of the cheerier economists says the depression has already passed and gone on its way. We seem to be lying, then, on a circular track. Although several people claim lo have seen him, it is authoritative!'. denied that Ivar Kreuger Is still alive, Perhaps the man they saw was only John Wllkes Booth. Detroiters, the whole world notes "have remained calm during the banking holiday "Calm, and." according to creditors who send me bills or call at the door "uncolleeled." Think not of me in terms of fragrant flowers Pressed in a book beside a learned line; Nor do I ask that in your aging hours You should recall a single word of mine. Though I once loved your garden. there's no tear For the stark branch that bore the early rose. And you who read the sages should not fear i That I shall call my heartache through the snows. For wiser maids than I have watched the birds i Forget their mating songs when winter falls. | And greater men than you have read the words That lovers penned to grace your study walls. I So if I must be filed, do not notate I My memory with a love that came too late. And do not the eternal stars With benign glance arise? Gaze I not on thee eye to eye? And do not all things To head and hearth now fly, Wrapped in eternal mystery Invisible, yet seen beside thee? Fill to its expanse therewith thy heart. And when by its sensation blessed thou art. Call it then what thou wilt: Call't Bliss. Heart. Love or God — I have no name for it. Sensation is the whole. Name is but sound and smoke, Shrouding heaven's glow." I have undeniable evidence, in a can we bought yesterday, that the Brazilians burned some of their coffee in locomotives. I do wish they had sent us this coffee before burning, instead of after. Ain't she th' cutest y'ever seen? Jest a Mother: jest a queen. Awlul purty! Awful keen! Jest a Mother; Jest a queen. Ef you walk, er ef you ride. She i.s all'us at yer side. Ef you like em baked er fried. All'us you she can abide. El you run. er ef you climb, Mothers says tain'l any crime. Tisn't this, tain't. th' other, Jest a Mother. Junction — a place roads separate. where two Many a man starves today while feeding on tomorrow's hopes. About half our time is spent in doing things we should have done before. Some men have a delicate sense oi humor and the humor of others is senseless. Some women Judge their husbands by the worst things i hey hear about other men. When a man says lie doesn't fee! at all like himself some of his acquaintances are glad of it. How lo be cheerful: Reflect that the banking situation may enlighten congress, and enable it to enact good laws to prevent such emergencie sometime maybe 50 years — in the future. A tortoise which just died in the London zoo was over 200 years old. and had been born about the same time as George Washington. But what are mere years? Washington always said. "Better a year in America than a cycle in the London zoo." A maim. "What goes down must come up." would be a comfort. There was a lovely girlie, And her hair was chestnut brown. Who was trying hard to find me. For she looked all over town. But I really wasn't flattered. For as sure as day is day That sweet girlie was my wifle And was looking for my pay. %t F ACT FINDER Jack Robinson "It lias happened before you can I say Jack Robinson." means, as you know, it happened quickly. Accord: ing to an old English story Jack Robinson was noted for the shortness of his visits. Jack would cal! at home and before the servjint had time to announce his name he would : leave. The present-day expression. "before you can say Jack Robinson." comes from the old story.



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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March V ,.,, Recipes for the Jewish Family Baked I.emon Dumplings Two cups flour, four teaspoons baking powder, two tablespoons shortening, three tablespoons seeded raisins, chopped, one-halt teaspoon cinnamon, milk, one-half teaspoon salt, one lemon, one tablespoon melted shortening, one-half cup sugar, one-half teaspoon nutmeg. Sift together flour, baking powder, salt and cut in shortening. Wet to a paste with chilled milk and roll out into a thin sheet. Cut in rounds and place in the center of each two tablespoons of the following mixture: Remove the edible pulp from lemon and add the grated yellowrind and juice, raisins, melted shortening, cinnamon grated nutmeg and sugar. Form the past* over the filling in dumpling form, sprinkle with sugar, .set them in a well greased pan and bake in a very hot oven until crisp and brown. Serve with .sauce. Serves six. Fudge Pic Three one-ounce squares bitter chocolate, one and one-fourth cups milk, one cup sugar, three tablespoons flour, one-fourth teaspoon salt, two tablespoons butter, two tie-half teaspoon vanilla, baked pastry shell Melt the chocolate over hot water, add th>' milk gradually and stir until smooth. Add half the sugar mixed witli the flour and salt, and cook for lo minutes, stirring constantly until thickened. Add the butter. Beat the yolks Ol the eggs with the I far and add to the chocolate mixture. Fold in the stiffly beaten egg whites ami add the .anilla Turn into a baked pastry shell and bake in a mod'rale oven %  i~>0 (i> r 30 to 35 minutes. Serve cold with unsweetened and whipped cream. KentUCk] Potato Apples Two cups hot. riced potatoes, two tabli poons butter, one-third cup I i one-hall teaspoon salt, few grains cayenne, slight gratuii' nutmeg, ;o tablespoons thick cream, two yolks ol eggs, watercn SE or parsley garnish. Mix ingredients in order given, and beat thoroughly Shape m form ol -mall apples, roll in flour, egg and crumbs, fry m deep fat at 380 degrees Fahrenheit and drain on brown paper. Insert a clove at both stem and blossom end ol each apple. Qarnlsh with watecrcss or parsley Salmon Louf Two cups salmon, one and onehalf cups soft crumbs, three egg yolks, one cup milk, four tablespoons butter, melted, one teaspoon salt, one-four teaspoon celery salt, two tablespoons chopped parsley, two tablespoons chopped sweet pickles, three egg whites beaten. Mix ingredients and pour into large sized buttered loaf pan or ring mold. Bake 35 minutes in moderate oven. Unmold carefully and surround with the creamed potatoes. Garnish with parsley and serve. Chocolate Bread Pudding One cup bread crumbs, two cups scalded milk, one ounce chocolate, one-fourth cup water, one-half cup sugar, one egg. one-fourth teaspoon salt, one-half teaspoon vanilla, one tablespoon melted butter. Soak bread in milk. Cook chocolate with water and sugar. Combine and add remaining ingredients. Bake slowly in a moderate oven. 350 degrees Fahrenheit until set. Cover for first half of baking, removing cover when pudding is half done. Time will vary, but will be between 45 and 60 minutes. MANAGING DIRECTOR OF RACE TRAi K FRANK BRl'EN Under whose direction Tropical Park will open on March 13. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over WIOD Sunday morning ; in o'clock on "Is Religion to Blame?" In addition to the sermon there will be music, prayers, and a question box. CHOP.SUEY ToTA TOKIOR00FGARDEN i A. M. 272W.FLAGLER ST. lo 2 A. M. rhone f-MU IDTCHAS. IBECKWITTi OPTOMETRIST | "22 Years in Alwm/" i St. Petersburg Notes Friday night services begin at C o'clock The subject of the sermon to be delivered by Rabbi A. S. Klcinfeld is 'Religion and the New Social Adjustment Saturday morning services begin at '.< o'clock, Sunday school classes at 10 a in and Hebrew school dally at 4 p.m. Preparation is being made to piesent a Purim play. "Queen Esther," a inn-leal drama in four ails, on March \2. at the Elks hall, following which a Purim ball will be given under the auspices ol the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid society. Friends and members responded ntly to the package party laid at the synagogue last Sunday "veiling, which made the affair a big success. Mrs. Hankin was the hostess during the social hour. BNAI BRITII TO MEET Because of the inclement weather last Thursday night, the meeting I I the local Bnai Brith lodge was postponed to next Tuesday evening, March 7. at 8 o'clock. The meeting will be held at the Beth David Talmud Torah and all members are urged to attend. Plans for a large benefit aliair to be given to aid local Jewish organizations will be presented by the president. We can understand why a man might want a divorce, bill we ean'l imagine why he should wan' to marry again the very next day The present ol a Seler Torah to Congri lation Bnal Israel, with all its due 1 1 remonies, will take placi in the very near future Mrs. Prey and Mrs Ootlii b will be the In iring the social hour on this Friday evening. WALK A THON CINDERELLA BALLROOM si.onn (\sii PRIZES .'I Hill Its DAILY PAST Tin: 1450th uoi'R GOING ON NOW HOTEL :::: s. \\. 2nd Ave. ()/>( a /be Year R'liuhl 230 111 li IMS 2.-MI MATHS Single Rooms '.Mill II Mil $2.00 Up I )ouhlc Rooms W I I II II M II $3.50 l'p I s KII> the place MHI w ill u .mi to stay \ real home for you while in Miami. I. R, K \K,ll I Proprietor MIXMI, Ii.omn\ c\ •:• — TIVOLI W. I li,.-l. r at -ih Phone 2-3352 I w Hht JUDEA FILMS MW, FC UR GENERATIONS o fWORLD'S GREATEST CANTORS In VCHC ISRAEL l SunHa> and Monday. 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Page lour THE JEWISH FLORI PI AN Friday, March j, 1933 1 If By A. M. Mll\ E VEN the veriest of tots, scrawling his infant wisdom upon pavement stones, seems vaguely to realize the potentialities and perils of hypothesis, when inspiredly on wall and past he chalks his rhymed proverb: If Stands stiff At the top of a cliff It is an IP that cannot bo builded upon: imminent, the two gaunt letters .stand like a leaning tower of over a precipitous escarpment, bound at any moment to fall in disillusioned fragments into the abyss of reality. For when this if. first and last consolation of the hapless, is erased from the tablets of the mind by the rude paw of fact, then, indeed, is the mist of fancy dispelled, and the rose-colored spectacles of romance into atoms shattered. Realists, bin experience-andfact men, know bin too keenly the dangers of protasis; that way madness lies. But there still are .some valorous and venturesome spirits batlanim. if you will, who, whin the I days grow shorter, and the fire ( crackles on the hearth, will grant themselves the solatium of supposition, amusing their minds with contemplation, of what might-havebeen, alas! alas! had such and such transpired. Certainly their palaver ends not with achievement; certainly tins talk is but a mere gesture against Kismet. But it oilers, this consideration of the possibilities of the past, a satisfaction skin to that of the actual maker of history. endow ing the if-artlsts with the zest of retroactive creation. Thus have we spent many a pleasant hour in the goodly company <>t the doctors ol the Beth-Hamirirash. discovering what might have happened to Jewish history had Mosei not been snatched trom the bulrushes by — how the long arm of coincidence stretches even Into Holy Writ! -the peripatetic princess of Mizraim. The thought is not original; 11 is but a variation on the Hagi theme of Dayenu: "If the Lord had taken us from Egypt, and not gi ed US the Torah. it would have In 1 r. enough; if He had granted us tin Torah and not promised us Palestine, it would have been enough"; and so on through a complete enumeration of the kind favors and munificent graces of Deity DYNASTIC: II Saul VVahl. King of Poland for a day. had retained the dynasty for himself and his children, then the Partition of Poland might not have occurred and the economic problem ol t he Jews in Poland would have been nonexistent. On the other hand, the numerous Aleijahs from Poland to Palestine would have been eliminated. Perhaps Jewish chalutzim would have wended their way to Poland, perhaps Can the events of history be attributed to the biographic Incident! ; one man's life? It Is an old conroversy: Shall we believe with Car: the Heroes and Hero-Wor-..!, philosophy that history is but the shadow that a giant casts on the memory ol man. or shall we rather incline to the materialistic interpretation, and hold with Karl Marx that progress is the bellycrawl of humanity towards bread and butter? It matters not: the metaphysicians of the hypothetical. continue unabashed on their wan,-ii ring! into ancient and mediaeval history seeking to recreate a modern era with the Bat ol so main its Their discussions would. 11 reduced to print, read like a parody on Cyrano de Bei famous spi ech concerning his own luminous otion. thus: STATISTICAL: If Rabbenu Gersl-.om. in the year 1000 C.B., had n t, In an ascetic mood, forbidden the practice of polygamy. Jewry. each man unto his bosom ike the Patriarch Jacob, at least [our wives, would today number, Instead Of a paltry sixteen million, a substantial two hundred million, calculated in geometric ratio. Consider then, a Palestine with a Jewish majority created overnight I But consider also what fine pogromfodder we would have supplied to the world LITERARY: II Moses de Don had not succumbed to the furor calami, and had not penned that most Influential 01 forgeries the Zohai >ung Sabbatal Zevi would haw 1 mystic lore to brood on, and numerous fakirs alter him had had at [on win n with to dupi 8 in which he In turn waxes lyrical ullible Jewry, and much misery had satirical, dramatic, pathetic, and so been .-pared the world But 1 VERY LATEST Cantor Rosenblatt Israel. "Voice of through the entire catharsis ol emTHE MACCABEES Insurant < With exercise, a pastime as we said above, illustrated above, is inexpensive and for batlanim. but the truth, as a rhymster incognito has sung is that Every suppose Is the 1 thorn ol a ro 1 And every but A philosopher's rut: And every it An opium whirl Miami Plating Works, Inc. Chromium, Nickel. Tin. Silver and Gold I'latinK llle, V E, '-'nil A".. 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Friday. March 3, 193 3. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN OCIETY 1Irs pmiline Scheinberg is spoiling a bullet luncheon and bridge L or the benefit of the Jewish WelL re bureau Friday, March 10, at 1 am. at her home. 1777 S. W. Twelfth ktreet. • • • Mrs. D. Wftrschoff has returned Jfrom Nassau, where she visited her tusband, David Warschoff. Mrs. fa'arscliofl traveled via Pan AmeriItan airways. • • • Mr and Mrs. William Elman have ll-ad as their guest Mrs. Mary Elan. Mr. Elman's mother. Mrs. Elnan will tour the east coast of the %  Jolted States, stopping in New York [to visit friends before returning to |her home in Montreal. • • Mr. and Mrs. William Elman are %  to be at home to their friends at 11021 Hardee road, Coral Gables, ISunday. March 5, from 4 o'clock to i o'clock. No invitations have been fcssued. • • The Jewish Social Set of Miami beach is sponsoring a bridge and Icanoc Saturday evening at the Jewish Community Center at Sixteenth lavenue and Fifth street. S. W.. Miami. Cards will begin promptly at 8 land dancing at 10 p.m. Prizes will %  be awarded and entertainment provided by the entertainment commitItee. Jack Stern, Sheldon Dubler and I.Murry Grossman are on the comImittee in charge. The pre-Mosaic laws will be discussed at the forum which follows the regular lesson at the Bible Study class at the home of Maj. Kaufman Mandel, 3012 S. W. Eighth street. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The lesson taught by Rabbi S. M. Machtei will deal with Abraham as the Oral Hebrew. Mr. G. P. Newburger will lead the discussion on the preMosaic laws. This Bible study class which is sponsored by Major Mandel is open to the public and members of all faiths are invited. Scripture is studied as the common source of all religious inspiration without emphasis on the dogmas of any creed. The universal application of the Word of God is considered rather than any interpretation that tends to separatism. The class meets for one hour each Sunday morning, from 11 to 12. •* • The worlds most interesting and thrilling sight lor the man. woman, child, the sportsman, tourist or anyone who loves, and is attracted to the wild and outdoor life of game, can be seen at Lost Lake on Bird road. Coral Gables, about a mile west of the Miami Biltmore hotel. where Tom Reed's flock of wild ducks from Chincoteague, Va. is located. Never before has anyone witnessed such thrills at the sight of this multitude of flying quackers. The wild ducks are in the lagoons by the hundreds, which numbers pn miraculous sight In themselves, but the fact that the species is that of a "wild duck gone tame'' is hardly realizable until the phenomenon becomes actual experience to the visitor. As he approaches Lost Lake Page Seven A Scene at Lost lake Mrs. Grossman of New York City ind Mrs. Soforenko. president of the Ladies' Aid society of Jacksonville, Pla., arrived here this week to spend some time here with relatives and friends. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, who returned to the city after a combined business and pleasure trip through the state. -*—* LOST' IAKE MRP ROAD CORAL K. JOHN R. II \l< I l>K. MAIO A. HART Chiropodists Nine Yean in Miami Suites S and 7 36 last I'laglcr Street Phone 2-8538 ARE WE — the charmed spot of south Florida — he is met by this veritable swarm of wild ducks delivering themselves of such an intermingling of duck prattle as almost to deafen one. which can easily be translated as a | wild reception. The trainer leads the way with the exquisitely colored ducks flocking around his leet and flying about his head. They perch on his head and shoulders, and tug at his clothing'. They know their master and he knows his ducks The very nature and beauty of wild ducks clothed in all their array ol splendor and color and their darting to and fro with lightning -peed, appeal to the intense delight of children as well as creating a most wonderful and unusual spectacle for the adult. Their acquaintance is valuable m the formation of one's love for the wild birds of our streams and forests. No man. woman or child should miss this exhibition of trained wild ducks irom the world's largest duck ranch, and now m Florida for the second time. The management Is especial); tunate this season in securing the Use Of scenic Lost Lake, a most uniquely appropriate setting for this type of exhibition and display. A most commodious log and thatched lodge and pavilion was recently completed. Many acreol naturalistic landscape plantings, islets. bridges, cascades, are being developed to entrance and thrill the visitor. Special music with an aquatic lure accompanies the duck flight performances to complete the piclure. The admission charge is only 2E cents this year. A novel program of entertainment featured the Jewish Community Center dance last Sunday evening. Cappy's Collegians, an eight-piece hand, furnished the dance music. Mrs. Harry Ohphant headed the reception committee with Murray Grossman as master of ceremonies. The program included vocal selections by Louis Regal, who rendered CAPTAIN METSHEL'S Glass In Bottom BOAT Dally 2 p.m. — Fare Sl-00 Ste the Submarine (iardentt and the Hooded Dirt al Work LEAVES PIER NO. 8. CITY YACHT BASIN. MIAMI I By This Sign You arc assured of the BEST !m Electrical Work Bacttta Stovea and Refrlerator The Service You Will Appreciate George La Vigne Company, Inc. Electrical Contractor* and Engineer)! 12 N. E. 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Also special price on Gas for apartment houses, delivered through regular gas meters, if desired. Install Gas Now and Keep Your Apartments Rented FLORIDA BOTTLED GAS SERVICE, INC. 449 WEST FLAGI.ER Telephone 2-2637 Galinko's "Dark Eyes'' and Sigmund Romberg's "Desert Song"; Ray Arnet in a banjo solo, "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise," and Miss Ruth Salsbury, Tampa guest artist, singing "Marta." An equally interesting program is arranged for this Sunday evening with the eight piece Collegians dance program as a feature. • • The religious school committee of the Temple Sisterhood, together with the teachers, are going to present a Purim program on March 5 at 10 o'clock, and a masked ball for the children on Sunday afternoon be' i ween three and five. All the chili dren of the religious .school are cordially invited. • • • Chico 'Leonardi Marx, the eldest of the lour famous brothers, coming I Sunday and Monday to the Tivoll theatre In "Horse Feathers, was the i first to enter the theatrical field. | Under the guidance of his mother the daughter of a veteran German trouper, he took piano lessonfrom teachers in his native New York,' and at an early age became a wageearning "boy pianist" in the local movie houses, To relieve the crowded East Side home of the growing Marx family. he branched out for himselt and toured in most of the vaudeville theatres in the East, as a piano player. To supplement his earnings he played in cales and at banquets, i entertaining by his "straight'' and tricky work at the keyboard, and developing a funny monologue. In the meantime his mother had : organized an act. and the family had moved to Chicago. After a brief interval as director of music departments in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh stores, chico joined his family at Waukesha, ill. at about the time when the first act known as "The Four Marx Brothers" was being developed by their mother. With the others, he has since attained success in the movies and on the stage. Chico Marx is five feet, six inches tall, weighs 155 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. • • • Ruth Gloria Andelman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Andelman of Boston and Miami Beach, celebrated her sixth birthday anniversary recently with a party at her home. 1510 Drexel avenue. Among the guests were Ruth and Robert Alpert. Mildred and Rosalie Wasserman, Lola Zembler, Nellie Marie James. Walter Whirl and Melvin Andelman. Qrand Opening liert Lashers' Indian Village & Alligator Farm SUNDAY, MARCH 5th at 2 A.M. Great Alligator Wrestling Match See the Monkeys and the Bears Best Entertainment in the South Kiicht on the lliifhway N. W. 27TII AVE. and 20TH ST. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 5. 193}. I .;..;. •>.j..j..;..;..;..;..;..;..j..;. •>*<..;. .;.•>.;..;• •;. •>•:-4•:• *•:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• &f # &f&f&f&f &f &f Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder and DlrtCtor, Ra THE NEW PILOT DRAGON ARTHUR W. K1.I.IS Arthur W. Ellis, founder and presICs what we don't know abOUl people that causes us to have a so< d opinion ni them, cer Is stationed to regulate traffic If, In theii zeal, the police officers arrest an innocent person, prool ol II before the proper authority will quickly brine about a relea i T EN persons who pay Innocenl lines, nay. one hundred, cannot atone for one life taker, through reckless driving, Laxity in enforcing the law Is equivalent to shouldering the blame. But. greater than obedience under the eyes ol a policeman, it obedience at all times and In all places. you. Build a battlement for your roof; exercise care while driving, and respect the law. Were it not foi the law, your life and your property would not be safe It protects you AT YOI'R RADIO IIKAI.ER Price* from SIX..10 to 999,50 On Display at PAN-AMERICAN RADIO, INC. 109 N. K. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-sit. Dr. A. T. Knowles. I 29.16 N. W. 1 7th A\e. Phone 2-;it. I j MODERN PET HOSPITAL S l.aruv Individual Hoarding Run* Kffeitiie Tick Mrdiiine Sold THE LONDON ARMS SOLARIUM T'.'T I i.llins Air. Miami llrarh NOW OPEN TO TIIK IMBI.lt | Sun ltalh 25c Turkish tilth. folonic IrrijrOtlona Swedish HiM|t| Supervision A. (i. MEI8TER, R.N. t.mlv Aulatanl cautions he takes in inspecting his airplane and to the fact that he flies sanely and avoids stunting. Similar precautionwith your auto will guarantee your safety on land. L ET US analy/e some Ol thl complaints against the police for their zeal in handing out summonses and In making arrests, some complain becau.se they are lined for parking over-time. Did you ever drive through a %  looking foi a parking pace? You have felt resentment at not flndIng B place. Suppose that someone or several, on that block have parked beyond the limit allowed, it prevented you from parking most conveniently. Now. put the shoe on your own foot. Suppose that you have tied up a parking space for an unfair period, how does the other fellow feel? Isn't it fair to expect the ofTicer on duty to keep the cars moving? Why resent his warning? Why take offence at his performance of a duty equally beneficial to you? Is the policeman to be abused when he checks you in your speed? The lives of others are at stake. We express no concern for your own welfare. Can you restore lite to a dead body? Can you compensate the bereft family? T AKE, for example, the recent unfortunate occurrence in Bayfront park and its near-tragedy. Does the punishment meted out to the guilty maniac put health into the bodies of the innocent ones who toss in pain and who may carry the scars and wounds throughout the rest of their lives? Prevention outweighs all manner of cure. Though we pray for the speedy return to good health of those who have suffered and whose lives still hang in the balance, we feel a certain amount of guilt in that society breeds creatures with distorted minds. The speed-maniac is no less the criminal than the man who fires a gun. It is only that the weapon of offense is different. W OULD you recommend a city of refuge for the would-be assassin because he had not premeditated the shooting of those who were struck by his bullets? Would you say that it was accidental because he had aimed at another and missed? You can no more excuse the carelessness and recklessness of the driver who does not premeditate murder or injury to another. H UMAN life is too sacred for us to toy with. You have no right to take chances. If you have defective vision, and you know it, you are a potential murderer behind the wheel of an auto. If you know your car to be defective and you drive on a public tnoroughfare you are a would-be assassin. If you violate traffic regulations, established for common protection, you display a disregard for the welfare of others which brands you as a menace to society. W HEN, in reading the cases of the traffic court. I see a Jewishsounding name. I blush, because the Jew who is taught to put a rail around his roof should apply that practice to his manner of driving an auto. And, not to the Jew alone is that verse in Deuteronomy directed, but to all who have adopted scripture as the Holy Book. You must exercise care while driving. You must respect the law. While he protects others from inju.y by you. he also protects you from suffering at the hands of another. You will note that most accidents occur where no ofliThi urmoii Kih JeJ/catetl In PiiNn Sajct) Directoi S. /'. M< reary, and hi tht Mni'tii police department, by Rabbi S. M. Macbtei. W. G. PRICE, T. E. PRICE and BEN S. HANCOCK. 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