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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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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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wJewish Illoiriidlibi in
Vol. 7. No. 2
LQRIDA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. .JANUARY 12. 1934
Price Five Cerm
Jewish News
Around The
World
Many Delegates Welfare Bureau Hitler Forbids f-------------
Will Attend Here Begins Campaign Fight With Jews [Announcements?
Graz, Austria.Jacob Wasserman,
German writer, whose novels on
octal maladjustments brought him
world lame, but the displeasure of
Prussian Nazis, Is dead at the age
hi 60.
Death was due to angina pectori.s.
in ailment of long standing. He had
been living during the last few
months al his country estate near
pi-i after a movement to encour-
strlctly "German" literature
had made him unpopular at home.
erman, with Thomas and
Hcinrlch Mann. Emil Ludwig, and
Other writers, were replaced in the
authors' section ol the Prui Ian
Academy last May when Hernhard
Rust, Prussian minister iii educa-
tion and culture, announced that
"Germany will soon learn what
in government has concern-
< ii i man letters "
Among Washerman's best known
are "The World's illusion,"
"Wedlock." and "The Maiireiius
I
Poland Reconsiders Action On
Jewish Horpltal Because
..I IDC
Warsaw Because Ihe American
Joint Distribution Commit-
as invested $100,000 in the
'ewl Ho pital for the
' nl n! a nurses' .school
pathological Institute th<
rnmenl Is expected to
change Its mind about removing
the hospital from Jewish hands. A
memorandum submitted to the gov-
rnmenl by a committee ol Jewish
n points out that the govern-
ment cannot legally name Its own
commissar to administrate the hos-
pital because it is partly the prop-
erty ol American citizens. The plan
to tke the hospital away from th<
Jewish community grew out of the
charge that it was a nest of Com-
munists. The government has al-
ready appointed a non-Jew as head
physician,
According to word received here
this week large delegations will at-
tend the iii.si statewide Florida
conference ol Orthodox and Con-
servative Rabbis and laymen of
Florida from Tampa. St. Petersburg,
Orlando. lakeland. Jacksonville.
West Palm Beach and other Florida
eities. The conference winch will
be held on Sunday and Monday.
January 21st and 22nd, will begin
With Official welcomes by oil a it
it local Synagogues and the Con-
vention committee and responses
by prominent Rabbis and laymen.
Addresses will be made on topic- o!
vital Inten si to Florida Jewry and
will be followed by round table dis-
tal Si pai al meetings will b
1 eld i>\ laymen and Rabbi as well
as joint sessions. A banquet will b
Iven on Sunday night and a
1..... will be held on Monday
morning. Mr. J. Louis Shochel Is
i ncral chaiiman ot the arran
incuts committee, with Stanley c
i\' i chairman ol the Agenda
i 'oiiuiiittce. Philip Bei ko II /
.nan i i the Transportation commit-
H M I Irevich chairman ol the
lanquel committee, and Mrs. Meye
wai tz in charge ol the wi
mini: tee to \ Isil in i slsterhi d.
,n will attend. Rabbis Max Sha-
iii.. Samuel M. Machtei, Julius
V r and Da\ Id I Kosonbloom
: e a- Lsl in" the Convention com-
and are In charge ol tie.
.elcoinc to visiting Rabbis. S
will be held at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Beth David
Congregation and the Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Beach Rabbi
fVdolph Burger Ol Tampa Is presi-
dent of the Rabbi's Association
Rabbi Margolls Ol Jacksonville Is
vice president and Rabbi A. S.
Kleinteid ol St. Petersburg is secre-
tary. Mr. I. L. Mintzer Is treasurer
ol the local Convention committee
in which every synagogue is repre-
sented.
Plans for the Fund Raising Cam-
paign of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau include a ten day canvass ol
every Jewish home in the Greater
Miami area beginning Thursday.
January 18th. and concluding Jan-
uary 28th, during which time it Is
proposed that a sum of ten thous-
and dollars be raised. In charge ol
the campaign is a committee head-
ed by Harry I Upton, chairman,
and Stanley C. Myers assistant
'
Tombstone To
Be Unveiled
Vizis J;,il 15 Jews for Listening in
on MOSCOW Broadcast
Berlin- For allegedly holding
Ubversive" meetings. spreading
"-called atrocity reports and listen-
ing in on radio broadcasts from
Moscow, fifteen Jews from the city
M Rottach have been arrested and
taken to Munich a-s a so-called pro-
tective measure Two women were
imong those taken into custody.
Roumanian Chamber and Senate
To Have One Jew Kach
The unveiling of the tombstone
to the memory ol the late Emi(
Weinkle will tako place at the Beth
David plot In the City Cemetery
Sunday afternoon. January 14th at
3 p. in. when Rabbi Max Shapiro
ot the Beth David Congregation will
officiate Friends of the family are
asked to attend.
Cantor To Be
Heard in Concert
I'lUI.I!' I.IBFRMAN.
President Jewish Welfare Bureau,
chairman for the Mi n Dh I Ion
and Mrs. Bertha Berkowitch Lew
as chairman ol the Women's di-
vision. Teams will mci i al the Pa
latial Kosher Restaurant on Wed
l noon, January nth. for fin-
al instructions and to receive plcdc
cards. A number ot briei Inspira-
tional talks will be given. Because
of the non-functioning ol the Com
munity Chest the Jewish Welfare
Bureau Is compelled to raise ii.
own funds this year with which to
continue the relict, and other wor.v
that the Bureau has carried on in
the past. It Is also proposed that a
Free Loan Fund be established to
aid the small business man to ob-
tain loans without interest charges
on sufficient security. Mr. Philip
Liberman prominent local com
munal worker is president of the
Bureau and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
in presidents of its Ladies Auxlliar)
Bucharest.Final and official re-
turns from the recent Roumanian
Parliamentary elections reveal that
only one Jew. H Bcrman. president
of the Bucharest kehillah. was
elected to the lower house, and one
Jew, Ion Mlchelson. a prominent
Industrialist, was elected to tin'
enate, Both were candidates on
the government ticket. Chief Rabbi
Niemerower will represent the Jew-
Ish religion in the senate.
Beth David Sisterhood is sponsor-
ing a musical concert al the Syna-
gogue Sunday eveninu. January 14.
it 8 p. in. In which Cantor Louis
Hayman will be heard In a reper-
toire ot arias, folk SOngS and litur-
gical lumbers Among those to be
presented are Ono Becoach. Av
Horachamin. Dos Yiddishe Lied. I
Love Life, A Chazendel Auf Shab-
bos, and Pagliacci. The Beth David
Choir will be heard in several num-
Jai'Aiai Flays
To Large Crowds
Splendid and exciting playing has
featured the Jai-Alal games al the
Blscayne Fronton since its opening
about a week ago. Singles, doubles
ind triples arc played every night
but Sunday and dancing Is provid-
ed on the spacious palm during the
evening for the patrons The first
Mines begins at 8:15 p. ill. Wednes-
day night more than two hundred
aviators attended the games and
were guests of honor of the man-
agement,
bet as will Mrs. Sam Resnick. Miss
Mildred Greenberg will be accom-
panied and will also be heard in p
piano solo. The public is urged to
attend.
Chicago, in d fen nee to the
wishes, or orders, of Chancellor
Adolf Hitler. Max Schmeling. the
German heavyweight, has with-
drawn from a flghl with King
Levinsky thai the Chicago Stadium
had tentatively scheduled for Peb
16th.
The .stadium committee announc-
ed today that plans for the match
lad been dropped, following receipt
f word from Joe Jacobs, managci
i i Schmeling, that Chancellor Ilit-
' objected to Schmeling fl [htir.<
; Jew Jacob Ii m New York and
presumably, got his Information bj
i able from Schmeling. who \i
pending a vacation in German]
is the first tune thai any
ton mn government head has Inter-
fered with matchmakini
in America. II is likely to have a
sweeping effecl upon Schrm
futur Promotors, finding ti.
mer heavyweight champion un-
available tin so logical a match n
one with Levinsky. are likely to
deny his consideration
matt in
Sinci i hi Ba r right. Scl .
i n .-pi ndii
imain. Hi manager, Jacob
remaii United S
ning matches for him one with
al > i tentatively ar
d by Madison Square t
but that with I much
more al I racth to tin Americ in
public.
There had been every indication
that all parties would agree to
terms al an early <\a'.v until tnt"
Hitler edict entered the proceed-
ings. Hitler, oi course, has no au-
thority to regulate the boxing game
outside ol Germany but he appar
entiy has enough Influence to swaj
Schmeling.
This is the first time that Hitler's
anti-Jewish position has actuallj
Interfered with an American sport-
ing event, it caused a controversy
concerning the Olympic Games
which was settled by an agreement
that permits all other countries to
enter such athletes as they choose
regardless ol race or religion Ger
many, however, will not be repre
sented by any athletes of Jewish
origin.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
131 N. K. Nin.lcnlh RtrMl
OR JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
i' ilai Friday night service be-
gin at 8:15. The usual service Will
be held following which then will
lie a reception in honor of the
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary
of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan m
Kaplan Hall.
Saturday moiiuni: class m He-
brew meets at 10 o'clock 8
morning al 9 o'clock the conl
tion class, and 9:30 to 10 beginners
in Hi brew, and from 10 to 12
the regular Sunday School.
BETH l)\VM> CONGREGATICN
I('nrner\atlvel
138 \. W. Third \,,!,,
MAX SHAPIRO, Itabbi
Early services begin al 4:30 p in.
with the late services al ." o\
tonight. The Rabbi will preach on
I're.'i :. Hay Good-Will M
Bstwei in and Jew Is it
n Cantor Louis Hayman
and the choir will chant the usual
traditional music Saturday moi
ing ervice begin al h :(ii a m, The
Jun: Coi i 10:30
a m with the musical i un-
der Mil direction Ol Canto: Kaiiiin-
sky.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
I.,I". S. W. Third Strttl
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
The usual early services begin at
i 30 with the lati servli es al 8:30
when Rabbi Washer will preach a
sermon on "EgyptA Recurrent
Experience." The usual congrega-
tional singing and chanting will be
conducted Following the services
the Ladies Auxiliary will be hosts
in the vestry room. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 9 a. m. with
Shalosh Saudah and Mincha at 4:30
p. m.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 W.-hlnxton Av... Miami Bch
DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Rabbi
Air Races
Attract Many
With thousands ot residents and
visitors attending the sixth annual
All American Air Races began yes-
terday with nearly five hundrci
Civilian and military plan's eon
testing. Gathered to participate
were aviation leaders from all part.
ot the country and planes ol ever
type. Competition began at 1 o'clock
and was followed by a lull after
noons program which concluded
with a parachute group drop a
4:45.
The program will continue this
afternoon and tomorrow, and Will
afford the visitor an opportunity to
see some of the finest in air races
in the entire world.
The usual early services beuin at
4:30 with the late services follow-
ing at 8 p. m. when Harry I Lip-
ton, prominent attorney and com-
munal worker will be the guest
speaker.
Cantor Boris Schlaehinan will
chant the traditional service Sat-
urday morning services begin at
8:30 when the Rabbi will preach a
sermon in Yiddish on the weeklj
Biblical portion. Shalosh Saudah
will follow Mincha at 4:30 p m.
A class in 'Aym Yaakov" under
the direction ot the Rabbi meets
daily between Mincha and Maari'
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director ol the Radio Syi
preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on
Sunday morning on "Two Loves."
In addition to the sermon there will
be prayers, scripture reading, and a
question box.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. January 12. 1934
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Send a Jift to your
Relative or Friend in
the Soviet Union (Russia).
He vill nov fet much
more for his money in
theTORCSIN STORES.
for information vrite
or visit your local bank,
or authorized ajent.
PRICES
DP.ASTICAUY REDUCED
QENFtlAL PEPPtStHTA-TIVt In U.S.A. /<> AMTORG.26I FIFTH AVt.NtV VQBIC
See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY IVyflTQA I O I r OPEN DAILY
and BUNDAY 1VI U O A I jLL and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Laadinhlp CHIRP WILLIAM McKINLEV 081 EOLA
V W. Twcnt) Fifth %*tnat > HUfwnlh Rlrwl
Oa Wl ., PLAGLBR ST. to *7TH AVE.. Turn N.,rili
Largest Collection t Captive Alligators and Croeollle*.
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM
Srr Cowb*) Hill, a l:..,I Srmlnnlr Indian. Wrr.tl,. ihr Alligator
Indian Trading Post-Hi >. < rk for Sale
TO GET TIIKHKTak. *ny Por-HIrt Cl ..r llmr W..| ,, Hanlrr
anil North on ilTlh Amfiih
"o BY KEELER
. Max Levin
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National Com
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ill < place
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. bridge
lanuary 23. at
Ira Marcus Weingar-
drive. Miami
::.. | bill peakini
I t thi
.':. Ml M. S.
Lapinsky, 6-yi ai
: ',: Mr and Mi Jt seph
D '
om Dayton. Ohio, suffer-
ed a fractured rl gh and cut
and b: night whi
truck by :i motor car at Drexel
nui I Miam
while playing hide and seek
ith a ist Tuesda;
Hi now a patient at the 8t Pran-
. Ho pita
pie Israel Si ti i hood will cele-
tl a birthday annh ei ai y lun-
Pebruary 5th. at the
d Hotel i hi n an elaborati
In
ol arrangement! .. a com-
mittee headed by Mrs. Herbert K
-:'iiiiiii: b chairman She Is being
ted by Mesdame^ Day -J Apte,
Harry Rubin. H. D Williams, Jules
P?rlman H Mill Jot William
Oordon Davli and Hairy Nev-
Ins.

A special meeting ol the Junior
incil oi Jewish Women at winch
Ml Bettie Greenberg presided In
ab i m i ol thi pn sldenl a
nighl and plans for
rle ol bridge parties were
adopted 'i he next meeting ol I
I: izal. :. Will be held at the
aza: Hotel nexl Tuesda; i vi
January 16th, when refresh-
ments will be .served and a very in-
n ting program will be given. The
pubiie i Inviti r atti nd.
Mr and Un Bernard ROgl n
New York City are .spending their
: .- the Blackstcne Hotel
will remain for thi
r Mr- Rogan Is "he former Gladys
Mane Kurtln of Central Park
.v.
nefil bridge to ral tunds
for .-. worthy cause held at
. me of M:
W Ilth ining at
3 p. m Wednesdaj afternoon. Jan-
uary 17th. The public is urgl
will be awarded for
(
erved.

annual d
. Hadassah will In hi Id on
I try HI
ppear I "ur next .
M '. b S I Hi kel I V
tionii : a"d
Mi and Mi H I oeb 11
Miami.

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.: ing the :
i tributi "' clothing for
: umn d bj I
anlzation Thi pn i i of the
re used to d< nay the i
I pn viding free burials for m
J wish cases. In past yeai the or-
nizal ion pro* Ided I i d hich
nable the Jewish cemetery in
Woodlawn Park to be purchased i
i n Itui i membei ol thi
in an r Miami Ci meti i Associa-
n
Ml Rebu Lyon <: Hagerstown,
Md has arrived to spend a month
with Mr. and Mrs Nathan Adel-
man, 1421 N W Pirsl i

Sisterhod <>i Temple i rael
vvi'i! honor Ur and Mrs Jacob Kap-
lan, tonight, in celebration of their
25th wedding anniversary' The
usual Friday night services will be
conducted in the Temple, after
which the reception will be held in
Kaplan hall.
Mrs I M Weinstin. president
thi i.-terhocd. will head the re-
Iving line, assisted by past presi-
M: E. Plaut. Mrs H I
Homa, Mrs. M Dobnn. Mrs, I
igman Mrs I Rcsendori. Mi
I Levin, and the entire pre
: hood board.
Invitations are being issued to all
: Dr. and Mia Kaplan to
atti nd the reception.
. .
Mrs. J Glekel of New York is
thi Mrs H. Loeb and Mi
William Schneidman.

cial musical numbers thai
t!i" most populor I
thi eason are heard in the War-
Bn production of '42nd
Street.' an epic of backstage
coming to the 7th Avenue Theatn
next Sunday and Monday. The si :
written by Al Dubin and Har-
ry Warren, the well known Broad-
way lyricist and composer and
entitled "I'm Young and Healthy
Shuffle Off to Buffalo." "You're
Getting To Be a Habit with Me.
and the title piece. Forty Second
Street They are sung by variou
members of the all star cast ami
the chorus of 150 beautiful girl.-- In
the gigantic musical spectacle
around which the dramatic theme
of the picture centers
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MOPE N'> NEWEB THRILLS AT THE
MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
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Children ........................................... 25c
Today Tomorrow
JANUARY "ih nd I3thFIRST EVENTS t P. M.
THE GATE SCHOOL
of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION
807 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Phone 5-1779
PHILLIPS HARDWARE CO.
:nl N. Miami Ave.Phone 2-8445
HARDWARE-PISHING TACKLE-DeVOE & RAYNOLDS PAINTS
"You will like our store and its values."

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FOR SALE
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In All Sectinns of Miami
PRICED REASONABLY
Dade County
Security Co.
117 N. E. First Ave.
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SIDEBOTTOM
Ice Cream Co.
2124 N. V.'. 7th Ave.
1 mo w. M>fkt si.
711 N. W. Illh St.
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For Fresh
Sea Foods
STOP AT
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MSI I MART
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
t )ur I isli .ire the Ireslu-st C.iuglu by our own bo.its daily
If It Is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively
low pi-loss. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in ob-
servance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.


Friday. January 12, 1934
THE J EWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
THE JEWISH HoumaniaS
FLORIDIAN \opfierlm^L
PUBLISH El) EVERY FRIDAY
b> the
IF WISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
I*. 0. B 2S73
Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
,,L'I S. W. 15th Avenue Phone 2-1181
J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor
FKEI) K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
hmcrel a* second cIhhh matter July 4.
IVSU, at the INmt Office at Miami. Florida,
aider the Act of March 3. 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
Montha.....
One Year
Vol. 7 No. 2
FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1934
What Is the Function
Of the A merican
Rabbinate?
The cold-blooded assassination of
Premier Ion Dnca of Roumania by
a member of the anti-Semitic Orion
Guard organisation, which he had
outlawed in a .sincere effort to up-
root anti-Jewish and Fascist agita-
tion, cannot be regarded as (lie iso-
lated act of an irresponsible stu-
dent. It was part of a well-laid plot
to get rid of one of the few Rou-
manian statesmen who understood
that although the Jew.'- were the
\ first victims of Nazi terrorism the
ultimate victim would be the peace
and liberty of Roumania itself. From
the tenor of the widespread con-
demnations ol the outrage it is ob-
vious that the enlightened majority
of Roumanians have at last become
aware of the national danger of
anti-Semitism. The tragedy will not
have been in vain if the new coali-
tion cabinet to be created as a re-
sult ol the ensuing cabinet crisis
appreciates that it is in the inter-
$2.00 ests of Roumanian domestic tran-
qulllty to adopt a fearless and un-
equivocal policy that once and for
all will put an end to the periodic
land sanguinary anti-Jewish out-
breaks which have COSl Roumania
so much.
SI.M
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
The December issue of "The He-
brew Union College Monthly." Just
off the press, contains an interest-
ing symposium on the tempting
theme "The Function of the Ameri-
can Rabbinate." The editors of the
H. u. c. Monthly addressed then
query to members of the three
leading American theological semi-
naries: The Hebrew Union College.
The Jewish Theological Seminary
and The Jewish Institute ol Re-
ligion. Mast ol the opinions came
from active Rabbis but two signi-
ficant statements came from two
leading Jewish educators. No so-
called Jewish laymen, apparently,
were asked to participate
Reading these replies, one is
Struck at once by the scattering de-
mands made upon the contempor-
ary American rabbi once he leaves
the academic quiet of his Alma
Mater. He must be a preacher and
a lecturerpreferably the latter, on
timely but non-controversal themes
How Shaw Would
Get Rid of Jews
George Bernard Shaw, the meat
wit. humorous soul that he is. has
learned to perfection the way of
being contrary But on at least one
subject he always displays a con-
sistent attitude: in his proposal to
get rid of the Jews by means ol
intermarriage
In a recent lecture before the
Fabian Society, m London. Mr.
Shaw heaped praise upon the
worlds dictators, and incidentally
extolled Adolf Hitler. On only one
question did he disagree with the
Na/i chieftain; on the Aryan theory
Ol race purity, Said Shaw with
reference to the race purity ideas
Of the Nazis:
"That is the kind of thing I want
to knock out of Hitler. What Hitler
should have done was not to drivt
The Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph
Shoiom Temple held their regular
monthly meeting Thursday after-
noon January 4th at .') p. m. a'
which time plans were formula'! tl
lor a Purim Dance date and plac
to be announced later. The com-
mittee In charge is as follows Mrs
A. M. Wolfson. general chairman,
Mrs. Simon Marks, co. chairman
Mrs. Mack Perlman. Mrs. Mack
Leltman. Mrs. J. Wittner. Mrs. J
Swerdlin, Mrs. M. Aronovitz. M: -
I. Abramovilz. Mrs. Harry Cohen,
:iii(l Mrs. M. H. Kisler.

The Merry Fellows club and theii
guests attended the Avalon club in
a body Wednesday evening in honor
of Adolf Weil, newly-elected mem-
ber ol the club. Members ol thl
Dictators club will be invited, a
well as Dr. Fred Lebos. Dr. Sam
Bergman and Alex Bokor. Memb.'is
of tlie club will attend a dance n
the Florida roof in St. Petersburg,
January 17th. Preliminary pin-.-:
have been made lor a formal danc
Pel) 27th. Dr. Leon Schwartz. Os
car Verkaul and Sol Fleischman .
i he committee In charge of the
dance.

Tampa branch ol the National
Council ol Jewish Women held ill
annual luncheon at El Boulevnvd
restaurant Wednesday at 12:30
o'clock Mrs David Sailer had
charge of the program and resen-o-
Hon.- were 111 charge Ol Mrs. Joe
Waterman and Mrs. Leo Beruei
Mi- Morris Coolik and daugh<
Sandra, ol Newnan, Ga., are ".,
guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Max Arg'l
tar. of 2309 Nebraska Ave., Tamp,
Mrs. Coolik, before her marrige v a
Mis- Lena Argintar.
Mi and Mis. Irvm Salsbury ha\"
returned from their wedding inn
and lor the present are living wit.'i
He bride's mother Mrs. Annie
Cracowaner. 210 East Park Ave. Mrs
Salsbury was Miss Minnie Craco-
waner before her marriage which
was an event of last month.
THE
g^
Ex-Mayor Walker admits he
would like to be back in New York
politics. You wouldn't care for it
Jimmy; so much of the dizziness
has gone.
An optometrist has invented spec-
tacles which magnify things 18
times A problem arises how to keep
the same from the viewers-with-
a la rm.
Henri Mouquin. noted restaura-
teur and authority on wine, is gone
at 96. They say of him that he
never drank water unless it had
been cut.
No woman ever starved
keeping her mouth shut.
from
An Ohio woman, half of whose
brain was removed, can still do
housework; and I dare say her
daughter, retaining a whole brain.
is small enough to let her.
A bad man is far less dangerous
than a cunning one
Our idea ol a heroine is a wile
who could talk back but doesn't
'the beni ot a man's mind dOesn I
necessarily prove that he is Intellec-
tually crooked.
The sweet music children mak
in a home has nothing m common
with piano lessons.
After a man has been married
about six months he begins to notice
how his wile resembles her mother
something wronu
There must be
with me.
Since all that I've bun taught
On how frustrated love behaves
In my case comes to naught.
the Jews out. What he ought to-------------------------------
have said was. I will tolerate the English Zionists Reeled Wetzmann ''"' when I try to ponder on
Jews to any extent on condition
that no Jew marries a Jewess; on
condition that he marries a Ger-
man.' "
What a kibbitzer! And what a
He mast be a teacher, educator and world-saver!
administrator m the field of Jew- Imagine Hitler coupling his anti-
ish education. He should be a Semitic policies with the command
friend, comforter and pastor of his i i.s people to marry with the
very scapegoats they are supposed
lock
Aside from these primary tasks
1 preacher, teacher, and pastor, he
IBS Ultra-mural synagogal as well
Bs extra-mural ambassadorial func-
ions which claim his talent and
ime. One rabbi in the symposium
ids that unless some order comes
o our chaotic American Jewish
Ife, the rabbi will be compelled to
mam "the jack of all Jewish
rades' and master of none."
Now that the rabbis have spoken.
! might be revealing to hear what
ntelligent Jewish laymen' and wo-
Jien have to say. Historically, in
ndaism. as everyone knows, there
as no distinction between the rab-
i and the layman except that won
v superior Jewish scholarship and
haracter. The Rabbi was expected
> be a student of Jewish history
nd literature, an interpreter and
xemplar of the Jewish way of life.
the rabbi neglects Judaism and
fculs to preach and practice Its
'achings. who then in the com-
umity should be concerned with
>
lo persecute!
We got a great kick out of Shaw's
advice to the Hitlerites. What a
huge joke it would be to force
Aryans to marry those terrible Jews.
But then we reminded ourselves of
(he horrible spectre of the Jewish
grandmother which haunts several
million Germansthe joke was on
Shaw -Detroit Jewish Chronicle.
President
London.Dr. Chaim Weizmann
was reelected president of the Eng-
lish Zionist Federation at the close
of its annual conference. Lord Mel-
chett was elected a vice-president
and his sister was named to the
executive committee. Other vice-
presidents chosen were Professor
Selig Brodetsky. Simon Marks and
Israel Siff.
Oldest Jewish Twin in V. S. Dies
On Eve of One Hundredth
Birthday
How dear and sweet you were.
The times that come to mind are
when
You acted like a cur.
And all i can remember, too.
Of everything you said
Are comments like "My gosh, shut
up!"
Or "Gee. your nose is red!"
Though your good traits I cant
recall.
It really seems a sin
Your flapping ears should haunt
me so.
And your receding chin
October Biggest Month For
Jewish Immigration to Palestine
J e r u s a 1 em. October was
the biggest month for Jewish immi-
gration to Palestine in the last few
years, according to official figures
made public here which show that
4.449 Jews entered the country In
that month despite all obstacles.
These are the shortest days of the
years, but of course until recovery
is farther advanced, all that is more
or less relative.
What's the use of pushing the big
bad wolf off the stoop if it comes
back at you 15 times a night on
the radio?
The interest you have to pay on
borrowed trouble is unsury.
A farm inventory is the simplest
and most useful record a farmer
can have, for the time required.
New York. Mrs. Jeanette
Klein Lauchheimer. one of the old-
est twins in the United States, and
the daughter of Meyer Klein who
was mayor of Kissingen. Bavaria,
about 75 years ago, died here with-
in 16 days of her 100th birthday.
Despite her great age she was a
regular attendant at the synagogue.
Mrs. Lauchheimer. who lived with
her twin sister. Mrs. Henriette Dan-
nenbaum. had never been sick a
day in her life. She is survived by
one daughter, six grand-children,
seven great-grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.
A pretty custom, among mid-
Thc Judaic Council are giving a western bank bandits, of taking a
Cabaret Dance on Tuesday Eve. I blond along on their forays, is re-
woman's
An Ohio mortician complains
that he is constantly called on the
phone by mistake for a night club
with a similar number. Maybe they
ought to merge.
Jan. 16th, at the Florida Roof Gar-
den. A large attendance is expected.
sented by all who feel
place is in the home.
Who recalls when Jack Garner
was put on the pan for proposing
to build a billion dollars' worth of
postofflces the piker?
Revival of the silver dollar might
solve a major problem of the ad-
ministration. No movie actor could
lift a week's pay in four figures.
Large hopes from small founda-
tions grow
It doesn't take much to encoin-
i hopeful person.
A late phonograph number is a
medley ol nine fraternity sweet-
heart songs. Not included is "Ade-
line, the Dream Girl of I Tappa
Keg."
Money talks, but it doesn't make
a satisfactory linancial statement.
Speaking of love, a man should
look before he leapsotherwise he
may tall in,
it is sometimes difficult to con-
vince tlie head of the house that
two heads ate better than one.
A woman always does as she
pleases, and it Is up to a man tc'
please her
Some men are so mean that they
even refuse to let their wives have
the last word.
A Saskatchewan man opened the
family Bible and found a $5 bill
that had been there for 20 years."
I am assured by my spiritual advis-
er i hat a $5 bill found in a Bible
makes very consolatory reading.
The list ot the 10 brainiest women
m the films, picked by a Hollywood
producer, does not include Mae
West. Probably Mae never invited
him to come up some time and
make a study ol her brain.
The original Maine prohibition
law excepted liquor intended "for
medicine or the arts." The weakness
In this was quickly apparent, as
drinking is an art.
An exchange of rice for Greek
wine has been arranged. How about
another deal, with France, to swap
i signed receipt for a little dough?
THE DAYS ARE LONG
The night-owl stills
His hooting horn.
A golden sky
Says day is born.
Your sleep must end.
So dream no more.
The day is like
The day before.
We work and toil,
The sun gets high.
So evening comes
And we will sigh.
At home we'll eat
And talk of schemes.
Turn out the light.
To bed and dreams.
And such is life.
A weary trend.
Thank God for death.
In bed we'll end.
Liquor used to be called that
"poisonous and baneful substance
which, taken into the mouth, filches
away the brain." Today we would
add, "if any."


I'age hour
THE JEWISH FLOR I PI AN
Friday. January 12. 1934
accomplishments; his 3.000
t#WW**W-???????*?*??*??????***?????? I SLST*, not appear to
to be;-some one el*.- might have done better under the .same circum-
a false value on himself and his
him to be as great as he would want them
Jewish Lawyers Barred From
German Legal Body
tHabtii fctttiagflfj Sullrtitt
Edited fa RABBI S. M. MACIITEI
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WIOD, Miami, Florida
Vol. IV.
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So.
met- or Modesty?"
V, verses 15-23, Inclusive.
True, a certain amount of self-confidence is essential to success,
but the Virtue may become a vice, when earned to excess The borderline
between ti, ralnt. and often missed, in haste, by the pre.sumptu-
Why did Moses fall to Impress Pharaoh?
He reckoned with spiritual

Scripture Readln Exodus, Chapter
1 Sh(
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thov.
PI
What Sow the man Mo*
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doses'It has all 1 rice. How dan
. : trodden a:
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pro-1
eye-rollli ::"
mil per-
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Tod that -M
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to the Lord who i Omnl-
u are
icUons at
: herded
tell us so? Appan 1 tl
or to complain
.:.,. tor him to -return'

and H -:- :
.. lest. He si thi Lord
The 1 pcure 01 inj
nflection is 1 ript. 1 am
Is 1
father
to keep
his sen at college. Ol
but. ai
add:': hich he
from hi n. 1
,(J hin tern n in who. at that moment, was
H tter a 1
I I haw
it pair ol the li tter,
he addf. Ice that? Does he
:.:..: il :. : : ... : I hi
Thi
and thi Final It the lettei
he letter in a sofl
pleading tor.' D
co'd 'A'' 'I
better ::"
ii 1 k
It :
can imp ''' ay from 1
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01 mind
tn ati d thi 1 : :
to 1'
Mi ses I
:.ad God
:. would i.. inl-
and would have
ti the name of the God > : Israel
. 'ion: he thoughi
I to Imp: ess 1
placed gi people aftei view Moses
hat he wai to blame. That : hat is modesty. It all de-
pends on how thi an read ;.. Iclon of arrogance in
the word. : wi place the ac<> rly and gh
words their correct tonal inflection.
I have not gone into thus explanation in order to be didactic nor do
I want to be pedantic. The value of study of the Bible is for it-s example
to man. And. those who see in the actions of Moses a display of arro-
gance, pattern their own lives accordingly. You and I have known, and
do know men who claim to be religious and who are overflowing with
arrogance and insolence. They find Justification for their own overbear-
ing attitude in the example they erroneously see in Moses. While, on the
other hand, the truly religious, those who understand the teachings of
Scripture, are modest and meek, humble and considerate.
The man who is overawed with his own importance: the person who
is satisfied with himself, is. I believe, too easily satisfied. It takes very
little to please him. The honest man is, firstly, honest with himself. He
\ to the question
vi r Moses was spiritual.
a language foreign to pharaoh.-fore.gn in thought
appealed to the mind and to the soul. Pharaoh was
,ed In the physical and the material. Mind and bod', react to dif-
e ol the spirit ,ol love, of Justice
Chord only in one similarly attuned There
;,, Wii| respond to love; who will mend their bad
talk based on love and honor 1 other
,. unto little animals, who can be corrected only
through, physical punishment. Pharaoh, was ol the latter clai
spoke to him ol a spiritual Ood ol human values, of equality among men.
. nid not Ing His hear! was hard. He would
. ti a tn tmi nt of put plague
Mcses was nol ai faull He was a perfect emissary. He appeal".
tailed rhen the Lord .said unto Moses, Now shalt
; Pharaoh: for with a Btrong hand .shall he let
hand shall he drive them out of his land."
1 uld avail nothing, then ph;
would bring resull
,,;.,,, h please when you read Scripture; when you studj
nopei nnnd. 11 you tall to understand, il the lai
-., spirit oi the Torah. attribute it to your lack
0f understands isk for clarification. Moses is an example ol
N truly religious person 1- evei arrogant, either
1 d or to i;. man
BerlinEvery one of the 3.000
Jewish lawyers in Germany will
henceforth be barred from the
country's organized legal life as a
result of the official dissolution ol
the German Attorneys Association
following its annual convention
The membership ol all German at-
torneys except Jews will be auto-
matically transferred to the Nazi
legal association. Hans Frank
minister oi jus.ice. was Informed
that the 15.000 members of tin
German Attorneys Association had
unanimously agreed to the dissolu-
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riday, January 12, 1934
TH E JE WISH FLORIDIAN
SI PLAYING AT THE
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The perils ol "culture" arc I
lu.sly portrayed in "Mama Loves
Papa." Hi'' Mary Bolancl-Charlie
I w starring comedy, at the
hvoli Theatre next Sunday and
\ day.
n i.-- "culture," acquired by a
i wife ;it popular lectures,
t the pair <>i crazy come-
I into the .scries oi mi&advan-
lircs which make up the .story.
I and Mi.ss Boland arc
I .1 middle-aged couple with
.. of trouble. Charlies puns
|idanger 1 : offic job. and Mi.ss
land's uica.s of refinement en-
linger everything ci.se.
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Mama Loves Papa'
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II h lecturer one day, Miss Boland
nds Charlie to work dressed in a
cutaway coat and striped pants Hi.
i i thinks a relative has died, and
gives him the day off. Charlie wan-
ders in the park, is mistaken for a
illy official because of his costume,
and is forced to take part in a
dedicatory ceremony
When the city's political boss
".s hi.s picture m the paper, he de-
cides he'd be a better man lor park
commissioner than the present In-
unbent, and appoints him to the
position,
o
Without a doubt Miami is en-
Ing the mast prosperous years of
its existence, and that takes In the
;.mous 1926 boom.
Colonel John R. Kilpatrick. presi-
dent of the New York Madison
;uare Garden, timed his initial
Istlc venture in these parts with
mcanny foresight.
On February i Maxie Rosenbloom,
ndoubtedly the greatest 173-poun-
r in captivity, .stakes his all
igalnst the foremost challenger Joe
niKht. of Miami Beach. 15 rounds
i a decision. KniKht is the undi.s-
. ted king of the light heavies in
the South
Prlmo Camera, king ot the
avles, faces the leading contender
n the popular and .sensational
Philadelphlan Tommy Loughran,
binary 22. also 15 rounds.
The two title bouts have tremen-
lous interest and enthusiasm m
orida: as a matter of fact all
hrough the South. Trains coming
:i daily from the North are packed.
arc autos. busses and boats.
Page Five
TIVOI.I THEATRE
DON'T NEGLECT
|our Child's Hebrew Education;
lvat* lessons arranged at your
nvenience. For competent In-
ruction consult p.aibi Max
lapiro at Miami and Rabbi
avid I. Rosenbloom at Miami
iach.
The marriage of Miss Nettie
.inline Deasauer, daughter ot Mrs
Pauline Dessauer. 702 13th st,
Miami Beach, and Philip B. Lefko-
litz took place last Sunday at the
i sidence of Rabbi Jacob H. Kap-
an, of Temple Israel
Following the ceremonies, a re-
eptlon held at the home of Mi-
nd Mrs. R. R. Adler. 1434 Jeffer-
n ave.. Miami Beach. After the
MAMA LOVES PAPA
reception, the couple left on a motoi
Mi]) over the state, and upon re-
urnlng here, Jan. 18, will live at
the Trianon apartments. Miami
Beach.
o
Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish Welfare
Sureau. sponsored a dessert bridge
party at 1 p. m. Tuesday in the
anli ns ol the Blackstone Hi tel
Miami Beach proceeds will go to-
ward work for the underpriviled -a
A program has been arranged and
prises will be awarded. Receiving
were Mr.-. Rose Miles and Mrs
Meyer Schwartz. Mis. Charles
Greenfield, Mr.-, p. Schelnberg and
Mrs. L Williamson greeted guests
Assisting ill serving were Mis. Bert
Rlesner, Mr.- Mark Max. Mrs. R.
Adler. Mrs. S. Kirschsteln, and Mrs
S. Rubin
Day will be celebrated with a card
party on Jan. 24 with Mrs. Julius
Simpson as chairman.
Mrs. Max Cobrln preside,/ an-
il unced the apointment of Mrs.
Lee Lobenthiil as infant welfare
chairman. It was announced that
135 articles w .e sent t Palestine
throu-,:- the i wing class. /.. i:
meeting refreshments were served
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The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew
ish Welfare Bureau will hold a
regular meeting of its Executive
Board Monday afternoon. Januarj
16th, at Kaplan Hall followed by a
neral meeting at 2 p. m. The pro-
gram will be m charge of Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers. promain chair-
man who will present Mr. Harry I.
Lipton prominent communal work-
er and chairman of the Bureau
Fund raising campaign as the prin-
cipal speaker of the afternoon Mrs
Sam Resnick will be heard in a
number of vocal selections. Amend-
nents to the By Laws will l read
d.'.ring the meeting. Mrs. Morris
Dubler will greet the guests and
will be in charge of the social hour
s chairman of hospitlity. The pub-
lie is urged to attend.

a meeting of Beth David Sister-
hood will be held at 2 p. m. Wed-
nesday afternon, January 16th. at
which the proposed amendments to
the By Laws will be acted on. the
general meeting will be preceded by
a board meeting In the form ol a
uncheon at noon. All members are
urgi cl to attend.
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Out of town members ol the Sen-
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neeting ot the Miami chapter. Mon-
day alternoon in the Acacia club-
rooms under the direction ,,i the
orogram chairman, Mrs. Joseph
Williamson. Quests were: Mrs. D
ElMston. Charlotte. N. C; Mrs Ben
Stein. Jacksonville: Mrs. Fannl'
S!< km. Cincinnati: Mrs. A. Klein
lolumbus; Mrs. Hairy Platofl an '
Mrs. R. D. Domint. of Indianapolis
Activities of the month. Ir.chld'
Sabbath Tea to be given Jan. 20
it the home of Mrs. Barney Winkle.
1228 Euclid ave. Miami Beach. On
Jan 22. the sewing circle under the
direction of Mrs. s. Katz will m*pi
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riday, January 12, 1934 TH E JE WISH FLORIDIAN SI PLAYING AT THE OCIETY ; : : %  The perils ol "culture" arc I lu.sly portrayed in "Mama Loves Papa." Hi'' Mary Bolancl-Charlie I w starring comedy, at the hvoli Theatre next Sunday and \ day. n i.-"culture," acquired by a i %  wife ;it popular lectures, t the pair <>i crazy comeI into the .scries oi mi&advanlircs which make up the .story. I and Mi.ss Boland arc I .1 middle-aged couple with .. of trouble. Charlies puns |idanger 1 : offic job. and Mi.ss •land's uica.s of refinement enlinger everything ci.se. IParticularly Inspired bj an Eng IV DLL sho B IS and 9:00 P. M. 20e till 6:30—Evening 25c Matinees Daily Sunday-Monday, Jan. 14-15 CHARLIE RUGGLES MARY BOLAND Mama Loves Papa' Ve Will Make Any >ar Look Like New We Have Been Doing It For 20 Years PAINTING BODY AND FENDER WORK KNKINS&FRLY 1233 N. E. First Ave. S. II this ad Is brought in J ith this job it will save you 5%. m't forget It. II h lecturer one day, Miss Boland nds Charlie to work dressed in a cutaway coat and striped pants Hi. i i thinks a relative has died, and gives him the day off. Charlie wanders in the park, is mistaken for a illy official because of his costume, and is forced to take part in a dedicatory ceremony When the city's political boss • ".s hi.s picture m the paper, he decides he'd be a better man lor park commissioner than the present Inunbent, and appoints him to the position, • o • Without a doubt Miami is enIng the mast prosperous years of its existence, and that takes In the ;.mous 1926 boom. Colonel John R. Kilpatrick. president of the New York Madison ;uare Garden, timed his initial Istlc venture in these parts with mcanny foresight. On February i Maxie Rosenbloom, ndoubtedly the greatest 173-poun%  r in captivity, .stakes his all igalnst the foremost challenger Joe niKht. of Miami Beach. 15 rounds i a decision. KniKht is the undi.s. ted king of the light heavies in the South Prlmo Camera, king ot the avles, faces the leading contender n the popular and .sensational Philadelphlan Tommy Loughran, binary 22. also 15 rounds. The two title bouts have tremenlous interest and enthusiasm m orida: as a matter of fact all hrough the South. Trains coming :i daily from the North are packed. arc autos. busses and boats. Page Five TIVOI.I THEATRE DON'T NEGLECT |our Child's Hebrew Education; •lvat* lessons arranged at your nvenience. For competent Inruction consult p.aibi Max lapiro at Miami and Rabbi avid I. Rosenbloom at Miami iach. The marriage of Miss Nettie .inline Deasauer, daughter ot Mrs Pauline Dessauer. 702 13th st, Miami Beach, and Philip B. Lefkolitz took place last Sunday at the i sidence of Rabbi Jacob H. Kapan, of Temple Israel Following the ceremonies, a reeptlon held at the home of Mind Mrs. R. R. Adler. 1434 Jeffer•n ave.. Miami Beach. After the MAMA LOVES PAPA reception, the couple left on a motoi Mi]) over the state, and upon reurnlng here, Jan. 18, will live at the Trianon apartments. Miami Beach. o • Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish Welfare Sureau. sponsored a dessert bridge party at 1 p. m. Tuesday in the anli ns ol the Blackstone Hi tel Miami Beach proceeds will go toward work for the underpriviled %  -a A program has been arranged and prises will be awarded. Receiving were Mr.-. Rose Miles and Mrs Meyer Schwartz. Mis. Charles Greenfield, Mr.-, p. Schelnberg and Mrs. L Williamson greeted guests Assisting ill serving were Mis. Bert Rlesner, Mr.Mark Max. Mrs. R. Adler. Mrs. S. Kirschsteln, and Mrs %  S. Rubin Day will be celebrated with a card party on Jan. 24 with Mrs. Julius Simpson as chairman. Mrs. Max Cobrln preside,/ anil unced the apointment of Mrs. Lee Lobenthiil as infant welfare chairman. It was announced that 135 articles w .e sent t Palestine throu-,:the i wing class. /.. i: meeting refreshments were served • %  The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew ish Welfare Bureau will hold a regular meeting of its Executive Board Monday afternoon. Januarj 16th, at Kaplan Hall followed by a neral meeting at 2 p. m. The program will be m charge of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. promain chairman who will present Mr. Harry I. Lipton prominent communal worker and chairman of the Bureau Fund raising campaign as the principal speaker of the afternoon Mrs Sam Resnick will be heard in a number of vocal selections. Amendnents to the By Laws will l read d.'.ring the meeting. Mrs. Morris Dubler will greet the guests and will be in charge of the social hour s chairman of hospitlity. The publie is urged to attend. • • • A meeting of Beth David Sisterhood will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday afternon, January 16th. at which the proposed amendments to the By Laws will be acted on. the general meeting will be preceded by a board meeting In the form ol a uncheon at noon. All members are urgi cl to attend. 4 'PRODUCERS ASS'H] SAr'RTY Din ain:>d bv ellminatng hazards. A gigantic utomatic bottle washer iMs each bottle thre: epaiate baths in scalding water, two separate scrub li and five rinses in in water before filling. >'ist another safeguard for our protection. Use our nilk and be sure. MIAMI HOME Ml ,PRODUCERS none 2-7696 >:'< • ow you ran buy BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fi/s sour pockrlbooki PHONE 3-36H7 21 N. W. 9TH ST. DINING IS A PLEASURE AT THE c* 14th St. and Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH WM. CAPLAND. Manager THE FINEST IN FOOD DEI.ICIOCSLY PREPARED 'Quality and Service Unsurpassed" WHITE BELT DAIRY KREOTEO 10O7 and oparatad primarily In th. Intaraat of Infanta and chlldr.n of thla community. 28 y.ara' unbrokaa aarvlca to cltlzana of Miami. If Out of town members ol the Senor Hadassah nave brief talks at the neeting ot the Miami chapter. Monday alternoon in the Acacia clubrooms under the direction ,,i the orogram chairman, Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Quests were: Mrs. D ElMston. Charlotte. N. C; Mrs Ben Stein. Jacksonville: Mrs. Fannl' S!< km. Cincinnati: Mrs. A. Klein lolumbus; Mrs. Hairy Platofl an Mrs. R. D. Domint. of Indianapolis Activities of the month. Ir.chld' Sabbath Tea to be given Jan. 20 it the home of Mrs. Barney Winkle. 1228 Euclid ave. Miami Beach. On Jan 22. the sewing circle under the direction of Mrs. s. Katz will m*pi with Mrs. A. Robinson, 242 N. W. 13th ave. Jewish National Fund America's Leading Race Meeting Post Time 2 P. M.—Seven Races Daily TROPICAL' PARK America's Finest Thoroughbreds Unlimited Parking Space. Everything Arranged for Convenience of Patrons Stevens Catering Service In the Comfortable ("iubhou.se and Grandstand West of The Biltmore Tower ADMISSION: ('ltilihi.u>e. 82.50; Grandstand. $1.00 • Including Taxi Economy Prices f SedaniMTa \. B. Third AM 1 r',r Hire Carat all hotel... ltuMe direct to trar' Florida's talc rannu rtmini<<,inn regulation* uoiern thin meeting VII MINORS ADMITTED HOT CARDS With Two Pipers of Batter. Maple Syrup TWO EGGS Toast and Rutter. Potatoes or Grits Raked Apple or Tomato Juice Ec Slewed Prunes or Orange .mice CIVIC LUNCH 40 V. W. First Street 10' 15' %  :• %  : %  "inn BBI.T l>Vltci 1^---^ White Oak Leather %  Half Soles 3Sc| "LADIES HEELS 15c I g ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP %  240 N. E. Nirsl Are. Opp. Crrlu Hotel" %  REMEMBER — White Oak — Leather Will Wear Longer. I '. 'iXH V,...^ WHAT'S BEST TO EAT? There's No Difficulty When You Dine At WYLY'S HALCYON GRILL 28 N. E. 2nd Avenue BU8INE88 MEN'S LUNCH 11:30 A. M. to 5 P. M 20c to 40c DINNER 5:30 to 12 P. 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I'age hour THE JEWISH FLOR I PI AN Friday. January 12. 1934 accomplishments; his 3.000 t#WW ** W -— &f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f &f&f &f&f&f&f&f&f *** &f&f&f&f&f&f I SLST*, not appear to to be;-some one el*.might have done better under the .same circuma false value on himself and his him to be as great as he would want them Jewish Lawyers Barred From German Legal Body tHabtii fctttiagflfj Sullrtitt Edited fa RABBI S. M. MACIITEI %  • •-• %  • % %  %  *' SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. IV. %  % %  :• %  •.•• %  % %  •. %  : %  : %  : SI SDAY, JAM AKV :. 1"'. .•..% .% .*..-. -*•;• •;• -; %  •;•> •;• •> •'.v •'• ••• • % %  % %  *So. metor Modesty?" V, verses 15-23, Inclusive. True, a certain amount of self-confidence is essential to success, but the Virtue may become a vice, when earned to excess The borderline between ti, ralnt. and often missed, in haste, by the pre.sumptu•Why did Moses fall to Impress Pharaoh? He reckoned with spiritual Scripture Readln Exodus, Chapter 1 Sh( M thov. PI What • %  % %  Sow the man Mo* '•' 1 ... : • %  I doses'It has all 1 rice. How dan : trodden a: le. I 1 ifound Bil pro1 eye-rollli :: mil per' %  %  %  : e eyes musi Tod that -M %  • % % %  to the Lord who i Omnl%  u are icUons at %  : herded tell us so? Appan 1 tl or to complain .:.,. tor him to -return' %  %  and H : '• %  : .. lest. He si thi Lord The 1 pcure 01 inj nflection is 1 ript. 1 am Is 1 father to keep his sen at college. Ol but. ai add:': hich he %  from hi n. 1 (J hin tern n in who. at that moment, was H tter a 1 I I haw it pair ol the li tter, he addf. Ice that? Does he :.:..: il :. : • : • ... :• %  I hi Thi and thi Final It the lettei he letter in a sofl pleading tor.' D co'd A '' 'I better :: ii 1 k It : can imp % %  '•' %  ay from 1 %  %  01 mind tn ati d thi 1 : : to 1' Mi ses I :.ad God :. would i.. inland would have ti the name of the God > : Israel 'ion: he thoughi I to Imp: ess 1 placed gi people aftei view Moses hat he wai to blame. That : hat is modesty. It all depends on how thi an read ;.. Iclon of arrogance in the word. : wi place the ac<> rly and gh words their correct tonal inflection. I have not gone into thus explanation in order to be didactic nor do I want to be pedantic. The value of study of the Bible is for it-s example to man. And. those who see in the actions of Moses a display of arrogance, pattern their own lives accordingly. You and I have known, and do know men who claim to be religious and who are overflowing with arrogance and insolence. They find Justification for their own overbearing attitude in the example they erroneously see in Moses. While, on the other hand, the truly religious, those who understand the teachings of Scripture, are modest and meek, humble and considerate. The man who is overawed with his own importance: the person who is satisfied with himself, is. I believe, too easily satisfied. It takes very little to please him. The honest man is, firstly, honest with himself. He \ to the question vi r Moses was spiritual. a language foreign to pharaoh.-fore.gn in thought appealed to the mind and to the soul. Pharaoh was ,ed In the physical and the material. Mind and bod', react to dife ol the spirit ,ol love, of Justice Chord only in one similarly attuned There ; ,, W ii| respond to love; who will mend their bad talk based on love and honor 1 other ,. unto little animals, who can be corrected only through, physical punishment. Pharaoh, was ol the latter clai spoke to him ol a spiritual Ood ol human values, of equality among men. nid not Ing His hear! was hard. He would %  ti a tn tmi nt of put plague Mcses was nol ai faull He was a perfect emissary. He appeal". tailed rhen the Lord .said unto Moses, Now shalt ; Pharaoh: for with a Btrong hand .shall he let hand shall he drive them out of his land." 1 uld avail nothing, then ph; would bring resull ,,;.,,, h please when you read Scripture; when you studj nopei nnnd. 11 you tall to understand, il the lai -., spirit oi the Torah. attribute it to your lack 0 f understands isk for clarification. Moses is an example ol N truly religious person 1evei arrogant, either 1 d or to i;. man Berlin—Every one of the 3.000 Jewish lawyers in Germany will henceforth be barred from the country's organized legal life as a result of the official dissolution ol the German Attorneys Association following its annual convention The membership ol all German attorneys except Jews will be automatically transferred to the Nazi legal association. Hans Frank minister oi jus.ice. was Informed that the 15.000 members of tin German Attorneys Association had unanimously agreed to the dissolution. 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iJ wJewish Illoiriidlibi in Vol. 7. No. 2 LQRIDA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. .JANUARY 12. 1934 Price Five Cerm Jewish News Around The World Many Delegates Welfare Bureau Hitler Forbids f Will Attend Here Begins Campaign Fight With Jews [Announcements? Graz, Austria.—Jacob Wasserman, German writer, whose novels on octal maladjustments brought him world lame, but the displeasure of Prussian Nazis, Is dead at the age HI 60. Death was due to angina pectori.s. in ailment of long standing. He had been living during the last few months al his country estate near PI-I after a movement to encourstrlctly "German" literature had made him unpopular at home. erman, with Thomas and Hcinrlch Mann. Emil Ludwig, and Other writers, were replaced in the authors' section ol the Prui Ian Academy last May when Hernhard Rust, Prussian minister iii education and culture, announced that "Germany will soon learn what in government has concern< ii i man letters Among Washerman's best known are "The World's illusion," "Wedlock." and "The Maiireiius I Poland Reconsiders Action On Jewish Horpltal Because ..I IDC Warsaw Because Ihe American Joint Distribution Commitas invested $100,000 in the 'ewl Ho pital for the nl n! a nurses' .school pathological Institute th< • rnmenl Is expected to change Its mind about removing the hospital from Jewish hands. A memorandum submitted to the gov%  rnmenl by a committee ol Jewish n points out that the government cannot legally name Its own commissar to administrate the hospital because it is partly the property ol American citizens. The plan to tke the hospital away from th< Jewish community grew out of the charge that it was a nest of Communists. The government has already appointed a non-Jew as head physician, According to word received here this week large delegations will attend the iii.si statewide Florida conference ol Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and laymen of Florida from Tampa. St. Petersburg, Orlando. lakeland. Jacksonville. West Palm Beach and other Florida eities. The conference winch will be held on Sunday and Monday. January 21st and 22nd, will begin With Official welcomes by oil a IT it local Synagogues and the Convention committee and responses by prominent Rabbis and laymen. Addresses will be made on topico! vital Inten si to Florida Jewry and will be followed by round table distal Si pai al meetings will b 1 eld i>\ laymen and Rabbi as well as joint sessions. A banquet will b Iven on Sunday night and a 1 will be held on Monday morning. Mr. J. Louis Shochel Is %  i ncral chaiiman ot the arran incuts committee, with Stanley c i\' i chairman ol the Agenda i 'oiiuiiittce. Philip Bei ko II / .nan i i the Transportation commitH M I Irevich chairman ol the lanquel committee, and Mrs. Meye wai tz in charge ol the wi mini: tee to \ Isil in i slsterhi d. ,n will attend. Rabbis Max Shaiii.. Samuel M. Machtei, Julius V r and Da\ Id I Kosonbloom : e aLsl in" the Convention comand are In charge ol tie. .elcoinc to visiting Rabbis. S will be held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Beth David Congregation and the Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach Rabbi fVdolph Burger Ol Tampa Is president of the Rabbi's Association Rabbi Margolls Ol Jacksonville Is vice president and Rabbi A. S. Kleinteid ol St. Petersburg is secretary. Mr. I. L. Mintzer Is treasurer ol the local Convention committee in which every synagogue is represented. Plans for the Fund Raising Campaign of the Jewish Welfare Bureau include a ten day canvass ol every Jewish home in the Greater Miami area beginning Thursday. January 18th. and concluding January 28th, during which time it Is proposed that a sum of ten thousand dollars be raised. In charge ol the campaign is a committee headed by Harry I Upton, chairman, and Stanley C. Myers assistant Tombstone To Be Unveiled Vizis J;,il 15 Jews for Listening in on MOSCOW Broadcast BerlinFor allegedly holding Ubversive" meetings. spreading "-called atrocity reports and listening in on radio broadcasts from Moscow, fifteen Jews from the city M Rottach have been arrested and taken to Munich a-s a so-called protective measure Two women were imong those taken into custody. Roumanian Chamber and Senate To Have One Jew Kach The unveiling of the tombstone to the memory ol the late Emi( Weinkle will tako place at the Beth David plot In the City Cemetery Sunday afternoon. January 14th at 3 p. in. when Rabbi Max Shapiro ot the Beth David Congregation will officiate Friends of the family are asked to attend. Cantor To Be Heard in Concert I'lUI.I!' I.IBFRMAN. President Jewish Welfare Bureau, chairman for the Mi n Dh I Ion and Mrs. Bertha Berkowitch Lew as chairman ol the Women's division. Teams will mci i al the Pa latial Kosher Restaurant on Wed l noon, January nth. for final instructions and to receive plcdc cards. A number ot briei Inspirational talks will be given. Because of the non-functioning ol the Com munity Chest the Jewish Welfare Bureau Is compelled to raise ii. own funds this year with which to continue the relict, and other wor.v that the Bureau has carried on in the past. It Is also proposed that a Free Loan Fund be established to aid the small business man to obtain loans without interest charges on sufficient security. Mr. Philip Liberman prominent local com munal worker is president of the Bureau and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz in presidents of its Ladies Auxlliar) Bucharest.—Final and official returns from the recent Roumanian Parliamentary elections reveal that only one Jew. H Bcrman. president of the Bucharest kehillah. was elected to the lower house, and one Jew, Ion Mlchelson. a prominent Industrialist, was elected to tin' enate, Both were candidates on the government ticket. Chief Rabbi Niemerower will represent the JewIsh religion in the senate. Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a musical concert al the Synagogue Sunday eveninu. January 14. it 8 p. in. In which Cantor Louis Hayman will be heard In a repertoire ot arias, folk SOngS and liturgical lumbers Among those to be presented are Ono Becoach. Av Horachamin. Dos Yiddishe Lied. I Love Life, A Chazendel Auf Shabbos, and Pagliacci. The Beth David Choir will be heard in several numJai'Aiai Flays To Large Crowds Splendid and exciting playing has featured the Jai-Alal games al the Blscayne Fronton since its opening about a week ago. Singles, doubles ind triples arc played every night but Sunday and dancing Is provided on the spacious palm during the evening for the patrons The first Mines begins at 8:15 p. ill. Wednesday night more than two hundred aviators attended the games and were guests of honor of the management, bet as will Mrs. Sam Resnick. Miss Mildred Greenberg will be accompanied and will also be heard in P piano solo. The public is urged to attend. Chicago, in d fen nee to the wishes, or orders, of Chancellor Adolf Hitler. Max Schmeling. the German heavyweight, has withdrawn from a flghl with King Levinsky thai the Chicago Stadium had tentatively scheduled for Peb 16th. The .stadium committee announced today that plans for the match lad been dropped, following receipt f word from Joe Jacobs, managci i i Schmeling, that Chancellor Ilit' %  %  objected to Schmeling fl [htir.< ; Jew Jacob Ii m New York and presumably, got his Information bj i able from Schmeling. who \i pending a vacation in German] is the first tune thai any ton mn government head has Interfered with matchmakini in America. II is likely to have a sweeping effecl upon Schrm futur %  Promotors, finding ti. mer heavyweight champion unavailable tin so logical a match n one with Levinsky. are likely to deny his consideration matt in Sinci i hi Ba r right. Scl i n .-pi ndii imain. Hi manager, Jacob remaii United S ning matches for him one with al > %  i tentatively ar d by Madison Square t but that with I much more al I racth to tin Americ in public. There had been every indication that all parties would agree to terms al an early <\A'.V until tnt" Hitler edict entered the proceedings. Hitler, oi course, has no authority to regulate the boxing game outside ol Germany but he appar entiy has enough Influence to swaj Schmeling. This is the first time that Hitler's anti-Jewish position has actuallj Interfered with an American sporting event, it caused a controversy concerning the Olympic Games which was settled by an agreement that permits all other countries to enter such athletes as they choose regardless ol race or religion Ger many, however, will not be repre sented by any athletes of Jewish origin. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 131 N. K. Nin.lcnlh RtrMl OR JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi i' ilai Friday night service begin at 8:15. The usual service Will be held following which then will lie a reception in honor of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan m Kaplan Hall. Saturday moiiuni: class m Hebrew meets at 10 o'clock 8 morning al 9 o'clock the conl tion class, and 9:30 to 10 beginners in Hi brew, and from 10 to 12 the regular Sunday School. BETH l)\VM> CONGREGATICN I('nrner\atlvel 138 \. W. Third \,, %  !,„,• MAX SHAPIRO, Itabbi Early services begin al 4:30 p in. with the late services al ." o\ tonight. The Rabbi will preach on •I're.'i :. %  Hay Good-Will M Bstwei in and Jew Is it n Cantor Louis Hayman and the choir will chant the usual traditional music Saturday moi ing ervice begin al H :(II a m, The Jun: Coi i 10:30 a m with the musical i under Mil direction Ol Canto: Kaiiiinsky. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) I.,I". S. W. Third Strttl JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi The usual early services begin at %  i 30 with the lati servli es al 8:30 when Rabbi Washer will preach a sermon on "Egypt—A Recurrent Experience." The usual congregational singing and chanting will be conducted Following the services the Ladies Auxiliary will be hosts in the vestry room. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. with Shalosh Saudah and Mincha at 4:30 p. m. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 W.-hlnxton Av... Miami Bch DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Rabbi Air Races Attract Many With thousands ot residents and visitors attending the sixth annual All American Air Races began yesterday with nearly five hundrci Civilian and military plan's eon testing. Gathered to participate were aviation leaders from all part. ot the country and planes ol ever type. Competition began at 1 o'clock and was followed by a lull after noons program which concluded with a parachute group drop a 4:45. The program will continue this afternoon and tomorrow, and Will afford the visitor an opportunity to see some of the finest in air races in the entire world. The usual early services beuin at 4:30 with the late services following at 8 p. m. when Harry I Lipton, prominent attorney and communal worker will be the guest speaker. Cantor Boris Schlaehinan will chant the traditional service Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 when the Rabbi will preach a sermon in Yiddish on the weeklj Biblical portion. Shalosh Saudah will follow Mincha at 4:30 p m. A class in 'Aym Yaakov" under the direction ot the Rabbi meets daily between Mincha and Maari' Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director ol the Radio Syi preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "Two Loves." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading, and a question box.


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Friday. January 12, 1934 THE J EWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH HoumaniaS FLORIDIAN \ opfierlm ^L PUBLISH El) EVERY FRIDAY b> the IF WISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. I*. 0. B 2S73 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICES: ,,L'I S. W. 15th Avenue Phone 2-1181 J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor FKEI) K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative hmcrel a* second CIHHH matter July 4. IVSU, at the INmt Office at Miami. Florida, aider the Act of March 3. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Montha One Year Vol. 7 — No. 2 FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1934 What Is the Function Of the A merican Rabbinate? The cold-blooded assassination of Premier Ion Dnca of Roumania by a member of the anti-Semitic Orion Guard organisation, which he had outlawed in a .sincere effort to uproot anti-Jewish and Fascist agitation, cannot be regarded as (lie isolated act of an irresponsible student. It was part of a well-laid plot to get rid of one of the few Roumanian statesmen who understood that although the Jew.'were the \ first victims of Nazi terrorism the ultimate victim would be the peace and liberty of Roumania itself. From the tenor of the widespread condemnations ol the outrage it is obvious that the enlightened majority of Roumanians have at last become aware of the national danger of anti-Semitism. The tragedy will not have been in vain if the new coalition cabinet to be created as a result ol the ensuing cabinet crisis appreciates that it is in the inter$2.00 ests of Roumanian domestic tranqulllty to adopt a fearless and unequivocal policy that once and for all will put an end to the periodic land sanguinary anti-Jewish outbreaks which have COSl Roumania so much. SI.M Tampa, Fla. Notes The December issue of "The Hebrew Union College Monthly." Just off the press, contains an interesting symposium on the tempting theme "The Function of the American Rabbinate." The editors of the H. u. c. Monthly addressed then query to members of the three leading American theological seminaries: The Hebrew Union College. The Jewish Theological Seminary and The Jewish Institute ol Religion. Mast ol the opinions came from active Rabbis but two significant statements came from two leading Jewish educators. No socalled Jewish laymen, apparently, were asked to participate Reading these replies, one is Struck at once by the scattering demands made upon the contemporary American rabbi once he leaves the academic quiet of his Alma Mater. He must be a preacher and a lecturer—preferably the latter, on timely but non-controversal themes How Shaw Would Get Rid of Jews George Bernard Shaw, the meat wit. humorous soul that he is. has learned to perfection the way of being contrary But on at least one subject he always displays a consistent attitude: in his proposal to get rid of the Jews by means ol intermarriage In a recent lecture before the Fabian Society, m London. Mr. Shaw heaped praise upon the worlds dictators, and incidentally extolled Adolf Hitler. On only one question did he disagree with the Na/i chieftain; on the Aryan theory Ol race purity, Said Shaw with reference to the race purity ideas Of the Nazis: "That is the kind of thing I want to knock out of Hitler. What Hitler should have done was not to drivt The Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph Shoiom Temple held their regular monthly meeting Thursday afternoon January 4th at .') p. m. a' which time plans were formula'! tl lor a Purim Dance date and plac %  to be announced later. The committee In charge is as follows Mrs A. M. Wolfson. general chairman, Mrs. Simon Marks, co. chairman Mrs. Mack Perlman. Mrs. Mack Leltman. Mrs. J. Wittner. Mrs. J Swerdlin, Mrs. M. Aronovitz. M: I. Abramovilz. Mrs. Harry Cohen, :iii(l Mrs. M. H. Kisler. • • • The Merry Fellows club and theii guests attended the Avalon club in A body Wednesday evening in honor of Adolf Weil, newly-elected member ol the club. Members ol thl Dictators club will be invited, a well as Dr. Fred Lebos. Dr. Sam Bergman and Alex Bokor. Memb.'is of tlie club will attend a dance n the Florida roof in St. Petersburg, January 17th. Preliminary pin-.-: have been made lor a formal danc Pel) 27th. Dr. Leon Schwartz. Os car Verkaul and Sol Fleischman % %  i he committee In charge of the dance. • • • Tampa branch ol the National Council ol Jewish Women held ill annual luncheon at El Boulevnvd restaurant Wednesday at 12:30 o'clock Mrs David Sailer had charge of the program and resen-oHon.were 111 charge Ol Mrs. Joe Waterman and Mrs. Leo Beruei MiMorris Coolik and daugh< %  Sandra, ol Newnan, Ga., are "., % %  guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Max Arg'l tar. of 2309 Nebraska Ave., Tamp, Mrs. Coolik, before her marrige v a MisLena Argintar. Mi and Mis. Irvm Salsbury ha\" returned from their wedding inn and lor the present are living wit.'i He bride's mother Mrs. Annie Cracowaner. 210 East Park Ave. Mrs Salsbury was Miss Minnie Cracowaner before her marriage which was an event of last month. THE g^ Ex-Mayor Walker admits he would like to be back in New York politics. You wouldn't care for it Jimmy; so much of the dizziness has gone. An optometrist has invented spectacles which magnify things 18 times A problem arises how to keep the same from the viewers-witha la rm. Henri Mouquin. noted restaurateur and authority on wine, is gone at 96. They say of him that he never drank water unless it had been cut. No woman ever starved keeping her mouth shut. from An Ohio woman, half of whose brain was removed, can still do housework; and I dare say her daughter, retaining a whole brain. is small enough to let her. A bad man is far less dangerous than a cunning one Our idea ol a heroine is a wile who could talk back but doesn't 'the beni ot a man's mind dOesn I necessarily prove that he is Intellectually crooked. The sweet music children mak in a home has nothing m common with piano lessons. After a man has been married about six months he begins to notice how his wile resembles her mother something wronu There must be with me. Since all that I've bun taught On how frustrated love behaves In my case comes to naught. the Jews out. What he ought to have said was. I will tolerate the English Zionists Reeled Wetzmann ''"' when I try to ponder on Jews to any extent on condition that no Jew marries a Jewess; on condition that he marries a German.' What a kibbitzer! And what a He mast be a teacher, educator and world-saver! administrator m the field of JewImagine Hitler coupling his antiish education. He should be a Semitic policies with the command friend, comforter and pastor of his i„ i„. s people to marry with the very scapegoats they are supposed lock Aside from these primary tasks 1 preacher, teacher, and pastor, he IBS Ultra-mural synagogal as well Bs extra-mural ambassadorial funcions which claim his talent and ime. One rabbi in the symposium ids that unless some order comes o our chaotic American Jewish Ife, the rabbi will be compelled to mam "the jack of all Jewish rades' and master of none." Now that the rabbis have spoken. might be revealing to hear what ntelligent Jewish laymen' and woJien have to say. Historically, in ndaism. as everyone knows, there as no distinction between the rabi and the layman except that won v superior Jewish scholarship and haracter. The Rabbi was expected > be a student of Jewish history nd literature, an interpreter and xemplar of the Jewish way of life. the rabbi neglects Judaism and fculs to preach and practice Its 'achings. who then in the comumity should be concerned with •> lo persecute! We got a great kick out of Shaw's advice to the Hitlerites. What a huge joke it would be to force Aryans to marry those terrible Jews. But then we reminded ourselves of (he horrible spectre of the Jewish grandmother which haunts several million Germans—the joke was on •Shaw -Detroit Jewish Chronicle. President London.—Dr. Chaim Weizmann was reelected president of the English Zionist Federation at the close of its annual conference. Lord Melchett was elected a vice-president and his sister was named to the executive committee. Other vicepresidents chosen were Professor Selig Brodetsky. Simon Marks and Israel Siff. Oldest Jewish Twin in V. S. Dies On Eve of One Hundredth Birthday How dear and sweet you were. The times that come to mind are when You acted like a cur. And all i can remember, too. Of everything you said Are comments like "My gosh, shut up!" Or "Gee. your nose is red!" Though your good traits I cant recall. It really seems a sin Your flapping ears should haunt me so. And your receding chin October Biggest Month For Jewish Immigration to Palestine J e r u s a 1 em. — October was the biggest month for Jewish immigration to Palestine in the last few years, according to official figures made public here which show that 4.449 Jews entered the country In that month despite all obstacles. These are the shortest days of the years, but of course until recovery is farther advanced, all that is more or less relative. What's the use of pushing the big bad wolf off the stoop if it comes back at you 15 times a night on the radio? The interest you have to pay on borrowed trouble is unsury. A farm inventory is the simplest and most useful record a farmer can have, for the time required. New York. — Mrs. Jeanette Klein Lauchheimer. one of the oldest twins in the United States, and the daughter of Meyer Klein who was mayor of Kissingen. Bavaria, about 75 years ago, died here within 16 days of her 100th birthday. Despite her great age she was a regular attendant at the synagogue. Mrs. Lauchheimer. who lived with her twin sister. Mrs. Henriette Dannenbaum. had never been sick a day in her life. She is survived by one daughter, six grand-children, seven great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. A pretty custom, among midThc Judaic Council are giving a western bank bandits, of taking a Cabaret Dance on Tuesday Eve. I blond along on their forays, is rewoman's An Ohio mortician complains that he is constantly called on the phone by mistake for a night club with a similar number. Maybe they ought to merge. Jan. 16th, at the Florida Roof Garden. A large attendance is expected. sented by all who feel place is in the home. Who recalls when Jack Garner was put on the pan for proposing to build a billion dollars' worth of postofflces the piker? Revival of the silver dollar might solve a major problem of the administration. No movie actor could lift a week's pay in four figures. Large hopes from small foundations grow It doesn't take much to encoin%  i hopeful person. A late phonograph number is a medley ol nine fraternity sweetheart songs. Not included is "Adeline, the Dream Girl of I Tappa Keg." Money talks, but it doesn't make a satisfactory linancial statement. Speaking of love, a man should look before he leaps—otherwise he may tall in, it is sometimes difficult to convince tlie head of the house that two heads ate better than one. A woman always does as she pleases, and it Is up to a man tc' please her Some men are so mean that they even refuse to let their wives have the last word. A Saskatchewan man opened the family Bible and found a $5 bill that had been there for 20 years." I am assured by my spiritual adviser i hat a $5 bill found in a Bible makes very consolatory reading. The list ot the 10 brainiest women m the films, picked by a Hollywood producer, does not include Mae West. Probably Mae never invited him to come up some time and make a study ol her brain. The original Maine prohibition law excepted liquor intended "for medicine or the arts." The weakness In this was quickly apparent, as drinking is an art. An exchange of rice for Greek wine has been arranged. How about another deal, with France, to swap i signed receipt for a little dough? THE DAYS ARE LONG The night-owl stills His hooting horn. A golden sky Says day is born. Your sleep must end. So dream no more. The day is like The day before. We work and toil, The sun gets high. So evening comes And we will sigh. At home we'll eat And talk of schemes. Turn out the light. To bed and dreams. And such is life. A weary trend. Thank God for death. In bed we'll end. Liquor used to be called that "poisonous and baneful substance which, taken into the mouth, filches away the brain." Today we would add, "if any."


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Page 1 wo THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. January 12. 1934 SOCIETY L4V/.VG M \TRL ••• %  • • '• %  M H %  I y :.: H %  18 n .. %  the Y M H \ • H B : %  :•: Sick Marl Rei : the M :. '. • %  %  %  %  R I.(fir. %  11. I> r, >unda* Phone '. 8551 Evening 20< .: Kunday-Mondaj Van ill" /. &RN1 iBAX rER (E DANI1 "42ND STREET" B : I 5 %  ... %  %  !1931 Hai : I Ml H M '.:; %  :. % %  % %  i •: %  • K :.: %  : laeob : m K 11 Ml '. I II ... ; %  R %  %  '. %  in II.:::.,.-.< %  :.:•:. %  : : %  :.•:• : !: %  : :. New till %  :. %  )•: Ol the Hadasother H ilso ga .. | • M Ml •' Hy%  %  ; "Regl n 'intrant Send a Jift to your Relative or Friend in the Soviet Union (Russia). %  He vill nov fet much more for his money in theTORCSIN STORES. %  for information vrite or visit your local bank, or authorized ajent. PRICES DP.ASTICAUY REDUCED QENFtlAL PEPPtStHTA-TIVt In U.S.A. %  /<> AMTORG.26I FIFTH AVt.Nt V VQBIC See the Primitive Everglades at OPEN DAILY IVyflTQA I O I r OPEN DAILY and BUNDAY 1VI U O A I jLL and SUNDAY SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Laadinhlp CHIRP WILLIAM McKINLEV 081 EOLA V W. Twcnt) Fifth %*tnat %  ••> HUfwnlh Rlrwl Oa Wl .,„ PLAGLBR ST. to *7TH AVE.. Turn N., r ili Largest Collection t Captive Alligators and Croeollle*. COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM Srr Cowb*) Hill, a l:..,I Srmlnnlr Indian. Wrr.tl,. ihr Alligator Indian Trading Post-Hi >. < rk for Sale TO GET TIIKHK—Tak. *ny Por-HIrt Cl ..r llmr W..| ,„, Hanlrr anil North on ilTlh AMFIIH "o BY KEELER Max Levin :. : Ml Ei National Com •-•; an I : '.'. %  rentl ill • < %  place I •. bridge lanuary 23. at Ira Marcus Weingar• drive. Miami ::.. | bill peakini I t thi • .':. Ml M. S. • Lapinsky, 6-yi ai : ',: Mr and Mi Jt seph D '• om Dayton. Ohio, suffered a fractured rl gh and cut and b: • night whi truck by :i motor car at Drexel nui I %  Miam while playing hide and seek ith a • ist Tuesda; Hi now a patient at the 8t Pran•. Ho pita pie Israel Si ti i hood will celetl a birthday annh ei ai y lunPebruary 5th. at the d Hotel i hi n an elaborati In ol arrangement! .. a committee headed by Mrs. Herbert K -:'iiiiiii: B chairman She Is being ted by Mesdame^ Day -J Apte, Harry Rubin. H. D Williams, Jules P?rlman H Mill Jot William Oordon Davli and Hairy NevIns. %  • A special meeting ol the Junior incil oi Jewish Women at winch Ml Bettie Greenberg presided In ab i m i ol thi pn sldenl a nighl and plans for rle ol bridge parties were adopted 'i he next meeting ol I I: izal. :. Will be held at the aza : Hotel nexl Tuesda; i vi January 16th, when refreshments will be .served and a very inn ting program will be given. The pubiie i Inviti r atti nd. Mr and Un Bernard ROgl n New York City are .spending their : •.the Blackstcne Hotel will remain for thi %  r MrRogan Is "he former Gladys Mane Kurtln of Central Park •.v. • nefil bridge to ral • tunds for .-. worthy cause held at me of M: W Ilth ining at 3 p. m Wednesdaj afternoon. January 17th. The public is urgl will be awarded for %  ( erved. • annual d Hadassah will In hi Id on I try HI ppear I "ur next M %  '. % %  b S I Hi kel I V • tionii : a" d Mi and Mi H I oeb 11 Miami. • T:.. Chi .: ing the : %  i tributi "'• clothing for : umn %  d bj I • anlzation Thi pn i i of the re used to d< nay the i I pn viding free burials for m J wish cases. In past yeai the ornizal ion pro* Ided I i d hich nable the Jewish cemetery in Woodlawn Park to be purchased i i n Itui i membei ol thi in an r Miami Ci meti i %  Associan Ml Rebu Lyon <: Hagerstown, Md has arrived to spend a month with Mr. and Mrs Nathan Adelman, 1421 N W Pirsl i • • • Sisterhod <>i Temple i rael vvi'i! honor Ur and Mrs Jacob Kaplan, tonight, in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary' The usual Friday night services will be conducted in the Temple, after which the reception will be held in Kaplan hall. Mrs I M Weinstin. president thi i.-terhocd. will head the reIving line, assisted by past presiM: E. Plaut. Mrs H I Homa, Mrs. M Dobnn. Mrs, I igman Mrs I Rcsendori. Mi I Levin, and the entire pre % %  : hood board. Invitations are being issued to all : Dr. and Mia Kaplan to atti nd the reception. Mrs. J Glekel of New York is thi Mrs H. Loeb and Mi William Schneidman. • • • cial musical numbers thai t!i" most populor I thi eason are heard in the WarBn production of '42nd Street.' an epic of backstage coming to the 7th Avenue Theatn next Sunday and Monday. The si : %  written by Al Dubin and Harry Warren, the well known Broadway lyricist and composer and entitled "I'm Young and Healthy •Shuffle Off to Buffalo." "You're Getting To Be a Habit with Me. and the title piece. Forty Second Street They are sung by variou members of the all star cast ami the chorus of 150 beautiful girl.-In the gigantic musical spectacle around which the dramatic theme of the picture centers 151 st z-' sr OLO HEIDELBEKG BEER GARDEN Luncheon 3.0 < AO< ^0< 11 AH 6/7/ Annual Miami 1 ALL-AMERICAN AIR RACKS MOPE N'> NEWEB THRILLS AT THE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT General Admission •>"< %  Children 25c Today Tomorrow JANUARY "ih nd I3th—FIRST EVENTS t P. M. 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