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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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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wJewisii Illoiriidliiai in
bl 7. No. 3
ewish News
Around The
World
I Would Have Congress Change
Immigration Law for
(.11 It I.HI ItcfUgCCS
lAlbany. N. Y.A resolution call-
on the United states Congress
modify its immigration laws in
Jer ") make possible I he admis-
bn ot a substantial number of
from Germany has been
It 11 id need into the lower house ol
\c New York state legislature by
semblyman Charles Breitbach of
ooklyn.
students worked their way
trough the University.
Palestine Economic Corporation
Pays First Dividend
thcr and Son and Itlind Mali
Among 17 Graduated from
Hebrew University
JerusalemA 30-year-old blind |
an and Ephraim and LeVi DUV- |
iani. father and sun respectively, >
pi-'- among the n students grant- .
di grees al the third annual com-
encement exercises ol the Hebrew
Ity on Mount Scopus i hi
pii 1 speakers were Dr. .ludah L. I
i ncs. chancellor ol 'in- Unlver- I
ly, and sir Arthur Grenfell Wau- j
High Commissioner ol Pales- |
ii> ah bin three ol the graduat-
I
| New YorkA dividend ol one per
it, the lust ever paid, has been
Iclared by the Palestine Economic
prporatlon for the six months end-
December 31. 1933. according to
announcement by Bernard Flex-
or, chairman of the Board of Di-
rt ors. The Kreat prosperity of
Uestlne, where all of the corpora-
pi's capita] is invested, is the rea-
for the dividend.
((Donald Irges American Chris-
tians to Help German-Jewish
Refugees
Mew York.A formal appeal In
In-Jewish Americans to contribute
p tantlal sums of money in behalf
the German-JcwLsh refugees will
|0rtly be made by existing relief
lanlgations, James G. Mat-Donald.
lague of Nations High Commis-
Dner for German Refugees, re-
Bled in an address before the
lague for Political Education. Re-
prating his previous statement
lat non-Jewish Americans must
^lp the German-Jewish refugees.
Mac-Donald said "I wish I had
pwer to give the Christian people
thus country a realization of their
sponsibility. The crime against
)e Jews is committed in the name
Christianity and of Aryanism.'
Ic whole theory of which later Is
pant nonsense." The High Com- j
Ussioner declared that "the non-
prish people of America have a
il responsibility to show the
t>rld that they are not parties to
|eh persecution. They can show-
pit by their help and aid when it
asked in the next few weeks or ,
fcxt few months."
LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY. JANUARY 19, 1934
Price Five Cents
--------*
THE SYNAGOGUE
Dedicated hi tin- Conference / Orthodox and Conservative Kab
//'- ami Laymen of Florida, meeting at Miami ami Miami Beach }ann-
ary 2 In/ ami 22 ml.
And it. shall come to pass that the Synagogue shall be established
at the top of the hill and all of Jewish fall) shall flock unto it. includ-
ing those who were formerly aloof, for the unaffiliated shall then be
no more in the land. It shall stand beautiful, commodious, in form and
style characteristically Jewish, its interior replete with Jewish svmbol-
isma shrine for devout and unaffected worship, a fountainhead ot
Jewish education, a (enter tin- sociability and fellowship, it shall have
a mortgage, but only m proportion to its resources and not greater
than it can bear.
Its prayers shall express the Jewish soul and be attuned to the
Jewish heart Its music shall lime its roots deep in Jewish yearning
and aspiration Its sermons shall give moral and spiritual nourishment
and nothing that is vital in human life and character shall be alien to
them. And all its company shall be taught of the Lord, from the
youngest of them even unto the oldest of them, for then- Jewish educa-
tion shall blossom like the rose and shall saturate every activity ol" the
Synagogue like a refreshing stream, it.s young people shall dream
dream: and see visions thai an- redolent of Jewish mysticism and Ideal-
Ism, Its Sisterhoods and its Brotherhoods shall be an Integral par1
the whole, tin- problems of tin- Synagogue i' eit being their problem
and their own contributions to Jewish lite unfolding as a part ol the
same flower and rruil
its laj leadership shall be a leadership ol knowledge and chara
and Jewish worth [ts rabbis shall minister to every human need, no'
mdeed individually, but collectlvi toi then- the scholarly preacher and
the trained educator and the Understands shall all come into
their own. The call to social service and to social |UStlCe and to civic
righted m ind to good-will and to univi ice and brotherhood
that shall sound like a clarion from the pulpit there, shall not tall on
deal ears there, but sha rth from there to make itsell :'ii in
the affairs Ol men. in tin- lifting ol mankind to a higher plane ot lilt
and conduct and m the building ol a belter world to live in.
Florida Delegates
To Arrive Sunday

Noted Editor
Speaks Tonight
Arthur Brisbane, noted interna-
tionally as editor and writer, will
be the guest speaker at the late
Friday evening services January
19tli at 8 p. m. at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation when
he will deliver an address on "Oh.
RABBI ADOLPH BERGER
of Rodeph Sholom Cong.. Tampa
president ot the Florida Rabbinical
Conference of Orthodox and Con-
seravtlve Rabbis, now In session
here.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over radio station WIOD at
ten o'clock on Sunday morning on
"Traditional Religion." The pro-
gram this Sunday will be dedicated
to the Florida State Conference of
Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis
and laymen which will be held m
Miami on Sunday and Monday.
Several visiting rabbis will deliver
brief messages during the service
BERTHA B. LEVY,
chairman women's division fund
campal tn Jewish Welfare Bureau.
ARTHUR BRISBANE
Anything!" He will discuss condi-
tions throughout the world and par-
ticularly as it affects the Jews. Fol-
lowing the address he will answer
questions provided they have been
typewritten and handed in prior to
the services. Mr. Brisbane has prob-
ably the largest following of any
writer in the world, his syndicated
daily articles being read by mil-
lions of Americans In more than
(Continued on page 6)
Welfare Drive
Is Begun
After listening to an inspiring
address by Harry I. Lipton general
chairman. Philip Liberman. Stan-
ley C. Myers. P. Scheinberg, D. J.
Apte and Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan
last Wednesday at the Palatial
Kosher Restaurant, the ten day
fund raising campaign of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau was officially-
begun with the reading of a num-
ber of reports on pre-campaign col-
lections. Sanley C. Myers will direct
the men's divisions with the follow-
ing captains: I. L. Mintzer, Sam
(Continued on page 6)
What promises to be one of the
most outstanding events In the his-
tory of the State of Florida is the
first Conference of Orthodox and
Conservative Rabbis and laymen of
Florida which will be held Sunday-
January 2ist and Monday January
22nd in Miami.
The Conference will open Sunday
afternoon at 1:30 p. m. at Beth
David Synagogue with an invoca-
tion by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mr. J.
Louis Shochet chairman of the
Convention committee will speak
briefly. Addresses of welcome will
be delivered by Stanley C. Myers,
president of Beth David Synagogue,
Mayor E. G. Sewell ol Miami and
Mayor Frank Katzentlne, mayor of
Miami Beach. This will be followed
by the principal address of the ses-
sion delivered by Rabbi Adolph
Burger of Rodoph Sholom Congre-
tion ol Tampa, Pla., president of
the Rabbinical conference. The :
Ion will be adjourned at 3:30
when the Sisterhoods of Beth David.
ind the La I
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
Ition will be hosts to the dele-
At 4 30 the second
Ion of hi i onfen nee will begin
. ol Rabbis,
laymen and Sisterhoods which will
be addressed by respective dele-
gates and will be followed by round
table discussions, The separate sec-
tion sessions will be adjourned at
6:30. At 7:30 the Welcome Banquet
will be held at Beth David audi-
torium and will be in honor of the
Visiting Rabbis and delegates. A
very elaborate program has been
arranged with a number of inter-
esting addresses and entertainment
features to be presented during the
evening. Admission will be by card
which may be obtained from any
member of the Banquet committee.
consisting of H. M. Drevich. Cantor
Doris Schlachman. Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant. and Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom.
Monday morning at 9:30 all dele-
gates will gather for a sightseeing
tour of Greater Miami which will
be concluded at noon. At 2 p. m.
the third session of the conference
with separate section meetings will
be held rt Beth Jacob Synagogue
Miami Beach when Rabbi Rosen-
bloom will deliver the invocation
with a naddress of welcome by
Philip Liberman president of the
Congregation. Addresses by promi-
nent Rabbis wil follow with round
table discussions being held. Meet-
ings of the resolutions committee
will take place Monday immediate-
ly preceding the afternoon session.
The concluding session will be held
at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation beginning at 7:30 p. m.
when Rabbi Julius Washer will de-
liver the invocation with an address
of welcome by Milton Weiner presi-
dent of the congregation. Addrcs.
will then be delivered by visiting
Rabbis and lay delegates. Resolu-
tions will be submitted by the Com-
mittee on Resolutions and passed
on by the delegates. It Is expected
(Continued on page 6)



Page Two
SOCIETY
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PLAYING AT THE
7TH AVE. THEATRE
Friday, January 19, 1934
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. president
of the Senior Council of Jewish Wo-
men, was the principal speaker at
a meeting of the juniors, at 8 p. m.
last Tuesday, at the Alcazar howl.
Mrs Stanley Myers and Mrs H. I
Maisid. sponsors, were present. A
novel program was presented with
Miss Betty Greenberg. vice presi-
dent, in charge of the meeting. Re-
freshments were served during the
social hour.

Mrs. William Farr. a bride Ol
month, was complimented with a
surprise miscellaneous shown Mon-
day evening by members of Junior
Hadassah at the home ol
via Rayvis in Shenandoah.
A mock wedding featured the eve-
ning's entertainment toget
an impromptu debate and other
contests, Prize* wen won by Mrt
Harold Tobin. Mi '''..
MlS! Mildred B
irtcn.
Miss All ;
Ha-
dassah. will be
1 ting oi Junior Had;. bi
:
at theAlcazar H tel
Inti restii
'!. and an
:
All B
I mi 11 Ha-
two weeks at I -:
Beach,
I
and entertainment for its member.-
: friend- on February 7th in its
lubn oms to which admission will
be by invitation only. Refreshmi nl
ail :te served
The basketball team of the V M
H A defeated the Y M. C A team
:o the score of 24-21 In a hard
reek They will
plaj : -:. ol Miami
, Flamingo Park Monday evening.
S J Pallott. well known
Miamlai listinction last
year ol individual
ooodnch deaii this territory
to an announcement
advi rtising
tdull

Offtet
p m
Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20c
Si nda; Monday, Jan. 21-22
SLIM HUMMERVILLE
ZASU PITTS
"Her First Mate"
, 1
. Id a) the Atlanta
-. Mi Palloti
thi 1 offi-
.....I con-
l ti tep
Ac-
1
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I nd avi
enter-
ive. M >B< ach
ZASU PITTS
,/HE.fi. FIRST MAT
Saturday January 20th at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs Jos Williamson will speak on
the "Life of Imber." Mrs Daniel
Cromer will play a violin solo ac-
companied by Mrs B. Wrinkle at
the piano A social hour will follow.
Nexl Monday afternoon the sew-
ing Circle of Senior Hadassah undei
the direction ol Mrs. M, Katz will
meet lor an all day session at the
home ol Mrs Robinson 242 n. w.
13th .
nesday January 24th at Beth David
Talmud Torah with Mcsdames L
Winkle and Carl Wcinkle as hos-
tesses. Sunday February 4th with
imes m Scheinberg and A.
Orovitz BS hostesses. Sunday Jan-
uary 11th at Beth David Talmud
Torah with Mesdames W. Robinson
and L. Hartz as the hostesses. The
annual musical birthday party in
witz and L. Hartz. The Sisterhood
is sponsoring the series of Chain
Fund card parties as follows: Wed-
charge of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
will be observed on Sunday Febru-
ary 18th. The annual Purim dinner
will be given on Sunday February
25th at the Beth David Auditorium'.
The Punm Ball will be given on
March 7th with Mrs. L. Levins in
charge.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will entertain at one of ius
regular bi-weekly card parties at
the Synagogue next Tuesday eve-
ning January 23rd beginning at 8
p. m. with Mesdames Louis Pallott
and Nathan Abramson as hostesses.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served.
r
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David
Congregation will leave next Tues-
day for a ten day visit to New York
City,
Mr. Mendel Gottesman of New
York, treasurer of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Yeshiva and the Yeshiva
College arrived here last Monday
evening to spend the winter here.

Mr. Morris Block of Monticelloe,
N. Y.. is spending a month with his
sister and brother in law Mr. and
Mrs. J. Lang of 1972 S. W. 7th st.
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Relative or Friend in
ttie Soviet Union [Runia;.
He vill nov Jet much
more for his money in
theTOUCSIN STORES.
for information vrite
or visit your local bank
or authorized ajent.
PRICES
DRASTICALLY REDUCED
r^NEHAL REPaeSEMTATIVt In U.f.A, % AMTOBC.26I HTH AVt.. NtV VOBK..
See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY JUK ITCJ4 I Q I Tf OPEN DAILY
anil SUNDAY 1VI U O i\ 1 kj \j H/ and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
L*a4*nhlp CHIEF WILLIAM M.KINI.I.Y 08CBOLA
W. W. Twenty-Fifth Aunut nnd Si.t.-.-nth Slrr-I
f;o Wi-I ..n FLAGLER ST. to I7TB AVF... Turn North
Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM
Sfe Cowb*J Hill, n Itral Srminolf Indinn. Wn-allc Oir Alliualnr
Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale
TO GET TIIKKETake Any Kor-llire Cat or Drive Went on Flader
and North on 27lh Avenup
At the last meeting ol the Junior
Council ol Jewish Women MlSE
Dn 1 as 1 hosen president
the vacancy caused by the
:. ol Miss Faye Sheldon,
and Miss Ann Simon wai elected
2nd vice president. Miss Ida Englei
adlng The Council la +
night on Tues- I
daj Jan lary 30th, at a place to b I
: 111 our next issue, In |
1 mi nl 1- Miss |
Miriam Scheinberg who Is being as- 1
: by Li e Kasanol 1 Bett y Green-
Mai Bandi I, Ida Schwartz,
Wernikoff, Ruth Drevlch,
Rita 1 1 1 'aullni 8honfi Id and
/in., 1 he nexl Bean! meel -
Ing ol the Council will be held on
i day evening, January 23rd, a
1 home ol Bi lie Wi rnlkofl 136
S W Bth ave al 8 30 p m.
I he ladii auxiliary ol Ji
W"i Ifare Bureau, mel Mond ij
Kaplan hall Mn Mom- Dubler
the opi ning piayer. Mr h 1
H mi ndmenl
by-laws which will be acted upon
.nil
Mi Stanlej C Myers pro
hman, pn si nted Hair. 1 Up-
chairman ol the welfare bu-
. ho anni unoed that Mrs Bei -
B Levy would be chairman ol
the woman's division ol the drive
1 drive will cover a period ol id
rii auxiliary also dcided to
: a number ol benefit bridge
parties on Sunday evening, Jan, L'.'i
cial hour followed, with the
tality chairman, Mrs. Dubler,
li charge,
a meeting of the Executive Board
: Beth David Sisterhood wits held
at a luncheon Wednesday at the
Talmud Torah Hall, The resigna-
tion oi Mrs, Morris Dubler as vice
presidenl was accepted with 1
.Hid the vacancy will be filled at the
n< \i meeting. The sisterhood is
"Sisterhood Sabbath"
nexl 1 Iday 1 vening during the ab-
Ol Rabbi Max .Shapiro from
'.in city with the officers and mem-
bei I the SI terhood conducting
rvice Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Mrs. Win. Friedman were nam-
ed BS delegates, with Mrs M
Scheinberg and Mrs. A. Rubin al-
ternate to the Florida Conference
of Orthodox and Conservative Rab-
bis and Laymen. On the reception
committee are Mesdames J. Engler,
H. Oliphant, L. Levins, M. J. Kopel-
The third annual dance sponsor-
id by the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Com
Won wil be held on Tuesday evening
February 6th at the Mahi Shrine
Temple, according to plans adopted
at the last meeting of the organiz-
ation, In charge oi arrangements is
a committee consisting ol Mesdam-
es J. L. Shochet, Charles Tannen-
baum, Nathan Adelman. P. BerKO-
WitZ, I. BUCkSteln, N. Abramson
Name.- of other members ol the
committee will appear in our next
issue.
The Palatial
Kosher Restaurant
265 N. E. 2nd St.
Miami's Only Kosher Restaurant
Extends Hearty Greetings
to the
Rabbis and Delegates
of
The I I. ihI.i Conference of
j Orthodox and Conservative
1 Kalihis and Laymen
The Ladies Auxiliary ol the
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301 X. Miami Ave.Phone 2-8445
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"You will like our store and its values."
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If it is Sea Food, we have it at Its very best, and at attractively
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servance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.


Friday, January 19, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
groups represent the Jewish people
of Greater Miami? An investigation
shows that they do not. Not more
than forty per cent of he Jewish
residents belong to organized
groups. And a further investigation.
PL'BLISIIKI) EVERY FRIDAY
bj th*
jewish fi.oridian itiii.isiu\(; co. -strange as it mav seem, shows that
P. O. Box 27J
Miami, Florida
Phone 2-1183
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
621 S. W. 16th Avenue Phona 2-1183
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Entered as second claws matter July 4.
I .3D. at the Pint Office at Miami, Florida,
under the Act of March 3, IH79.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN.
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
Sin Montha
One Year
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. II. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
$1.00
J2.O0
FRIDAY, JANI'AKY 19, 1934
Vol. 7 No. 3
IVhat Is Behind
It All?
We have been asked, "What is be-
hind the proposed Council ol .Jew-
ish Organizations?" It is for that
reason that we propose to frankly
and carefully analyze the proposed
constitution and by-laws so that
all may fairly judge for themselves,
Undoubtedly it is praiseworthy to
promote a spirit of harmony among
the Jews of Greater Miami ... It
may be praiseworthy to unify and
co-ordinate the various Jewish
groups and organizations of this
a ica .
But let us analyze I he proposed
i constitution "Every Jewish
I group, society, organization, con-
Igregation, club, etc., shall be en-
| titled to representation." "All reso-
lutions shall be valid and binding
111 duly passed by A MAJORITY OF
IthE QUORUM PRESENT." And
then it goes on to say thai a
rqUORUM SHALL BE TEN MEM-
IBERS." Do the organized Jewish
the same minority belong to nearly
every organization in the City. For
instance, the group of men signing
the call for this new organization
ALL BELONG TO THE SAME
CONGREGATION, and so DO NOT
REPRESENT ALL THE ORGANIZ-
ATIONS. The same group are in
the local Bnai Brith Lodge. The
same group are in the Zionist Dis-
trict organization. The same group
are in the Jewish Welfare Bureau,
in the Hebrew Friendly Inn etc.,
etc. The same facts apply to mem-
bers ol the women's organizations.
The members of the Ladles Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
are members of Hadassah. of the
Council m Jewish Women, of Tem-
ple or Synagogue sisterhoods, etc.,
etc. So that based upon tin.- survey
it soon becomes apparent that this
proposed council of Jewish organ-
izations will be. and cannot escape
being dominated and controlled by
one and the same group of people.
not m the least representative of
the will or the wishes oi the Jewish
community,
The same group of men or some
of those behind this same move-
ment today just a short number of
years ago decried the mention of
the name Jewish in connection
with any political activities, and yet
m tins new proposed organizations
it urges and encourages the PAR-
TICIPATION OF JEWS ill POLITI-
CAL affairs, why??
We nave the highest regard foi
a number ol those who arc behind
this movement sincerely, but we
an- not yet convinced of the wis-
dom of such an organization at this
time. We must consider and con-
sider carefully, in this day of the
Sliver shut. anti-Semitism, anti-
Jewish demonstrations in foreign
lands, and some of the same feel-
ings locally as to the effect that
this proposed organizations will
have on the minds of those who
are untnelldly to US.
If such an organization, at this
time, is advisable, and we are not
satisfied of the fact in the least,
then as true Jews, as true Ameri-
cans, the proposed system Is wrong
in every respect. A small handful
of the so-called leaders do not and
cannot represent the Greater Miami
Jewry. The American Jewish Con-
gress some years back pointed out
the way in which representatives
of the Jewish people may be se-
lected. If the Jews of Greater
Miami need spokesmen, and we do
not believe they do, then why not
elect them democratically. Let poll-
ing boxes be placed in every Syna-
gogue in the area Let every
Jew and Jewess who desires to vote
pay the sum of twenty-five cents
and be entitled to but ONE vote .
let the voter sign his name and ad-
dress so there may be no duplica-
tion and let twenty-five men
and women receiving the highest
number o! votes be selected, pro-
vided thai no more than two of
such men or women shall belong to
the same organization, charity or-
THE
&*
From the bread line to the job line
Is a pleasant step to take.
From the shadows to the sunshine;
From tough going to a break.
From a sad eye to a merry;
From a dull ache to a song;
From a load of woe to carry
To a hopeful heart and strong!
From the bread line to the job line
Is to climb into the light
tep upon an incline
That makes the future bright.
The past was dark with sorrow.
But along the path ahead
There beckons a Tomorrow
Where Joy will reign instead.
An astronomer says that winds of
144.000 miles an hour sweep the
stars. It makes it awkward for out-
door orators speaking from the
manuscript.
An ambition to own a skyscraper
is a lofty ideal.
Never judge a woman's smile by
her teetm. Both may be artificial.
Any man who works for pay sel-
dom doe.s his best.
There Is no man so friendless as
the one who lost hispolitical pull.
Every man thinks that he is the
proper one to stand around and boss
ganizations excepted. In that man- F,om tlu. bread lm,. job ,,,, tnc job
May all the workmen go! ------------
From the bread line to the job line.
A happy, marching row!
ner a lair representation will bi
chosen. No handful of men will
have within their power to use such
an organization for their own self-
ish benefits or to promote their
own social or political ambitions
n has been charged 'hat much
ol the el forts of some of the mov-
ing spirits of this proposed organiz-
ation, iwhich by the way was tried
for the past several years' has been
directed and is now being directed
against the activities of a local
Rabbi whose popularity hai been
mounting In the community because
ol his work But this we propose to
discuss at .some other tune.
What is behind this all???.1 Tha
dear reader. Is tor you to judge.
A dream ol Peace returning
And happiness to be
Keeps every staunch heart yearning
For glad Prosperity!
Tampa, Fla.
31 u fWpmnnam
Fold his hands upon his
breast.
Close his tired eyes.
Let no wail disturb his
rest
Where, he sleeping, lies
He has drunk life's hopey-
cup,
He has drained the
gall
You may pile Life's baubles
up.
He is through with all.
He is through with laugh-
ter gay,
He is through with
tears;
All his nights have flown
away.
All his dragging years.
Sing him songs of quiet
cheer.
Sound no dolesome
knell;
I know he says, could we
but hear,
"My children, all is
well."
ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET
DIED STH OF SHVAT. 5689 UANUARY 17, 1929)
In Lot hi" Rtiiiiiii/'iiiiitc
lli\ Children
Mrs, Mon ice S, Uman, of Tampa.
was notiiled recently that she had
passed the slate bar examination
She is the fourth woman in Tampa
to be admitted to tin- bar.
Mis. Uman began to study law m
the office of her husband soon af-
ter their marriage about two years
ago. She was Miss Edith G. Brown
of Reading. Pa., before marriage
She plans to devote her time to the
interests of women and children and
will not engage in criminal prac-
tice.
With her husband. Mrs, Uman
will form the law form of Uman
and Uman. It is the only husband
and wife law firm in Florida and
is one of about fiva in the United
States, as far as known. Mrs. Uman
was worn in yesterday by Circuit
Judge Parks.

Howard Weisman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph WeLssman of '2503 Mor-
I rison Ave., Tampa, will be Bar
' Mitzvah at Rodoph Sholom Temple
Friday evening, Jan. 19th at 8 p.
m. He will give his speech Friday
: evening and Saturday morning will
read the Haftora and at which time
Rabbi Adolph Burger will give him
his blessing. Refreshments will be
served to the guests in the audi-
torium of the Temple immediately
after services Friday night.

Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph
Sholom Temple, Mr. David Stein, j
Pres. and Mr. M. G. Rosenberg. j
Vice Pres. and a group of ladies
from the Auxiliary plan to leave j
Tampa some time late Saturday
night for Miami to attend the Rab-
binical Conference Sunday and
Monday.
a
Miss Dora Simon of Shickshinny.
Pa., whose engagement to Harry
Iskowitz. of Glen Lyon, Pa., has
Twas along about 3 a. m ol quite
a riotous hotel dining room party
that l lus. the head-waiter, saw bear-
In gdown on him a gent who was
pie-eyed,
"Where'sh my wife?" this man
demanded
(in.- rgretted that lie didn't know.
Ous regreted thai he didn't
was right at that table OVei
..hen I left her.'' said 'in
man. An' now she'sh gone Where'-
sh my wife?"
"Maybe he left you," Gus sug-
gested helpfully.
"No. sir." snapped the man. "I
letl her. right at that table, an' she's
too well trained to leave. Where'sh
my wile.''
Ous, smiling Inwardly, said
"Maybe .she's under the table."
"'S an idea." said the man.
He dashed over to look.
She was.
Rich men have their country
places, but poor men must be satis-
tied with farms.
A man may be able to trade his
reputation for money, but he can't
trade back
you
Shabby gift I've given you.
Child against my heart
Life, which shall have riven
Hopelessly apart
in a hurricane of pain
Ere it gives you peace again.
But 1 also give you this
For your comforting
Joy m summer's fragrant kiss.
And the stir of spring;
Love of earth which may prevail
When your human loves shall fail.
This graceful gown," runs the
caption Over the picture of a lady
in the g. v,., "is cut in a V both
front and back."
The picture reveals the gown
and the ladyand shows the dress
to be a V-8 both front and back
8 inches in front and at least 8 in
the back. And some pictures look
as if the V-16 has arrived, also.
Orlando, Fla.
George Goldsmith has just re-
turned from a business trip to St.
Louis.

Mrs. Ben Solomon was the hos-
tess at an informal gathering held
at her home on Saturday evening

Mr. and Mrs. A. Small, of Savan-
nah, who for the past few weeks
been announced by her brother-in-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Wohl. of Tampa, Miss Simon has
many friends in Tampa and has
been a frequent visitor here.

Miss Emilie Winstcn of New Ro-
chelle. N. Y., is the guest of her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Maas. 601 South Boulevard.

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Maas are en-
tertaining as their guest at their
Bayshore Blvd. residence their cou-
sin, Miss Bertha Ullman of Brook-
lyn. N. Y. Miss Ullman will remain
in the city for several weeks and
will be entertained at a round of
social functions during that time.

Mrs. L. E. Grafman and baby
daughter, Rosemary'- of New York
City, will spend two months here
in Tampa, while here she will re-
side at the Georgian Apartments
have been the house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Wolfe, returned to
their home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Stone have
as their house guest Mrs. C. M.
Lyons and daughter, Sally, of Los
Angeles. Calif.
* *
The Rev. and Mrs. B. Safer held
open house on Sunday evening,
honoring their daughter. Miss Dol-
ly Safer, whose engagement to Mr.
Frank Segal, was recently announc-
ed.
*
Mrs. Sol Wittenstein left Wednes-
day for a week's visit in Miami.
*
There will be a benefit dance re-
cital at the city auditorium Thurs-
day. January 25, 8 p. m. Those tak-
ing part on the program are pupils
of Miss Eunice Page Beasley.
Zelda Berman will do a difficult
acrobatic solo dance, supported by
18 girls who do a Chinese dance
dressed in native costume. She will
also do a rag doll adagio with Mar-
! garet Mooty, and will also dance
some numbers with Marguerite
Waters. Thelma and Barbara Ber-
ger. twins, will do an acrobatic
dance and Hindalyn Kottleman and
her twin sisters will perform to-
gether.
Others taking part of the pro-
gram will be Carol Jacobs. Norma
Wittenstein, and Marian Hoffman.


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Friday, January 19, 1934
_TH E JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
SOCIETY
A celebration in honor of the 25th
tedding anniversary of Dr. and Mrs.
acob H. Kaplan was held in Kap-
Ln hall of Temple Israel following
krvices last Friday evening under
le .sponsorship of the sisterhood.
I As the organist played the "Wed-
li:: March," Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan
Id the congregation downstairs,
Ihere on the "bride's table," there
las laid out a miniature wedding
rocession.
A chest of silver was presnted the
tuple by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein,
resident of the sisterhood. D. J.
Ipte, president of the congregation,
l.so spoke and a response was given
Dr. Kaplan.

I Phllbrlck Funeral Homes an-
bunce that Jos. M. Fine pioneer
liamiail will be associated with
i in In particular charge of Jew-
i cases both in their Miami as
pll as their Miami Beach estab-
ihments. Mr. Fine who is the son
the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fine,
flinders of Beth David Synagogue.
has a long record of active work for
the Jewish community, having been
vice president of Beth David Syna-
gogue for several terms, a director
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, a
, member of the Jewish Rehabilita-
I tion Committee which afforded help
immediately after the 1926 hurri-
cane, a member of the Bnai Brith.
an organizer and past officer of
Emunah Charter of the Eastern
PLAYING AT THE
TIVOLl THEATRE
Wm. H. Rosenblatt.
Presentation of KeyMr. H.
Greenburg.
AcceptancePresident of Con-
gregation.
Lighting Perpetual Lamp-
InvocationJudge M. Henry Co-
hen.
Reading Sabbath ServiceRabbi
Wm. H. Rosenblatt.
GreetingsMayor R. G. Blane.
Chaplain E. A. Edwards, Rev. J.
F. Enright.
Dedication SermonRabbi David
L. Zielonka.
SoloMr. Walter Otto.
AdorationRabbi Wm. H. Rosen-
olatt.
zer who is in charge. Sunday school

Temple Beth Lsrael holds services
every Friday evening at 8:30 under
the direction of Dr. Carl N. Herman
*
Officers of Beth El Sisterhood
elected at a meeting held in the
home of Mrs. Mary Moss are Fan-
ny Ryder, president; Jack Sneider,
vice president; Ann Moss, secre-
tary, Tina Schutzer. treasurer, and
H. Gold. H. Greenblatt and M.
Moss trustees.
ROBERT MONTGOMERY
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20c till 0:30Evening 25c
Matinees Daily
iMinriay-Monday, Jan. 21-22
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Vc Have Keen Doing It For
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painting
Body and fender work
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I m t forget it.
Star, an active member of Biscayne
Bay Lodge of the Masonic Order,
and a number of other Jewish and
non-Jewish organizations.
Metro-Gold wyn- Mayer's cinema
version of "When Ladies Meet," one
of Broadways biggest hits of the
current season, will be the attrac-
tion next Sunday and Monday at
the Tivoli Theatre. The Cosmopoli-
tan photoplay version of the suc-
cessful Rachel Crothers play was
directed by Harry Beaumont who
was given an unusually generous
freedom in selecting prominent stage
and screen artists to fill the princi-
pal roles of the comedy-drama

The local Tan Epsilon Phi Alum-
ni Club is sponsoring a dance al
the Coral Oables Country Club on
Wednesday, January 31st, for the
students ol the University of Fla.
at
Slim Summerville and ZaSu Pitts,
reen's funniesl comedy team,
n 1" the 7th Avenue Theatre
in Sunday and Monday in the
starring roles ol 'Her First Mate,"'
mi hilarious ol their Universal
-ictiires. As husband and wife, they
ire the center of a side-splitting
tale which is filled with laughable
incidents, and complications which
will keep you in a continual roar
of laughter. Slim cackles with mer-
riment when he sees the despised
ittle terry boat blow up at the dock
ol their little town on Long Island
Soundbut he doesn't know thai
the agitated ZaSu lias bought It
with their life savings as a present
for him! The plot is taken from
a Broadway play In which Frank
Craven and Una Merkel were fea-
tured.
*
A baby daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Levitt at the Jack-
son Memorial Hospital last Thurs-
day. Mrs. Levitt is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector.
.
A baby son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Leo A. Steinberg last Sunday
at the Victoria Hospital. Rabbi S
M. Machtei will officiate the Bris
next .Sunday at 11 a. m.
\ ou you can buy
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PHONE 8-36S7 21 N. W. 9TII ST.
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Services at Congregation Bnai
Israel. 921 9th St. No. is held at
8 o'clock, with Rabbi A. s. Kleln-
feld whose sermon will be "Con-
structive Judaism."
Mrs. H. Silverman was also re-
cently entertained by Mrs. Oscar
Silverman at bridge and a spread
laid for nine.

Rabbi A. 8. Kleinfeld has as his
guest, his daughter, Mrs. Edith
Neimeth ol New York.
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Mn A, Slerkese of 1078 Hth Ave.
No. entertained Mrs. Edith Neimeth
Is Sunday Eve. Jan. 14th, Cards
were played and coven were laid
for 16. Mrs. Neimeth was pri
with a beautiful must prize,

Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, accom-
panied by his daughter, Mrs. Edith
Neimeth, also Mr, and Mrs. n. M.
Jacobs, and Mr. Wyle and his
daughter, will attend the Florida
Rabbinical Conference being held
ill Miami. Fla.. on January 21st and
22nd.
West Palm Beach
Congregation Beth El holds regu-
lar Friday night services in the
new Synagogue on Fern street be-
ginning at 8 p. m. Congregational
singing, and the chanting of pray-
ers in Hebrew and English, with a
oriel sermon by Mr. Samuel Schut-
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All plans are complete for the
Annual Concert given by Congre-
gation Bnai Israel on Sunday Eve
Jan. 21st, at their auditorium, The
program consists of many enter-
taining features with professional
artists.

Reform Jewish Congregation Beth
El of St. Petersburg. Fla.. will dedi-
cate its Temple with elaborate cere-
monies Friday January 19th begin-
ning at 8 p. m. when the following
program will be observed.
Placing Torah in ArkRabbi
White Oak
Leather
35c
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Half Soles
ladies heels
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ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT
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THE iPWISH FLORID'AN
Friday. January 19. 1934
Announcements
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It headed by Mrs Bertha B. Levy
ho will have the following team
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Morris Dubler. P. Schein-
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E Klelman. B Weinkle. A. Gold-
.-..:. Sam Blank. P. Liberman. Sam
Cohen, Joe Williamson. H I Honu
and H. Z. Silverman. with Mr
Meyer Schwartz in charge of 0ffiM
activities. Luncheons will tx- held
daily excepting Saturday and Sun-
day during the campaign with
series of bridges on Sunday evening
January 28th at a number ol Mian-.:
Beach hotels to conclude the cam-
paign
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Tropical Park
I nlimited Parking Space. Everything
V Arranged for Convenience of Patrons
Harry M. Stevens Catering Service I" ""'
Comfortable Clubhouse and Grandstand
WEST OF Till: BILTMORE T O W E B
Sedans leave N. E. Third
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For hire cars at all hotels.
Busses direct to track.
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Page hour THE J E W I S H FLORIDIAN Friday. January' 19. 1934 .-..•..:..:.*.>.:..>•>*-:-*•: % %  : %  •> %  >*** %  > %  > % % %  *****•: %  •> /•v-J->vvvvvv*vvvv**vvvv*++++ + + + + + %  : %  •:* KaMii Sintagng ittUrtin ti %  :; RABBI M. MACHTl I %  SINGS \..| IV %  •:%  :v -l SD.%1 IAN1 R. 1 14 S ,.., .. ,., ,.., ,..,., ,.,-,.•: %  -:• -:• •:• •:• •:• -:• • •:• • • : *" : **++++ •Two I d\ es" Chptr 1 n 1-H : E %  ... .-^ v.-. %  Pity t! there an We speak here or 1 %  e truth. For wl 1 Men ... Men bav. Mown to destroy : %  ... n the altar of 1 -. %  then rtth : tobel %  SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Go. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. MOO w. PUstor si. 733 N. W. 34lh St. PBONB 2-3-1: HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sections of Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade Counts Security Co. 117 N. E. First Ave. RABBI MORRIS D MARGOLIS V of Jacksonville Jewish Center, vl 'RABBI A S KLEINFELD P r ldent f the nonda Rabblnical ^ St. 1 : Rab Conference of Orthodox and Conf Orthodox and 5erv ative Rabbis now in session here I death will not beer, advls. physician? that his dayi are fears He does not revile God for the thoughts are of gratitude for me j true helpmate, and I from this plane of existence E : her child Such love can %  :. a member of the household -. -:•• Did you : ; 10 CUt OU1 thl :;. I Delanev & Beers Kodak Finishing and Enlarging < omm?rrial Work and Hunt Partraili 50% Off on All .Amateur Work 212 N. E. 4th St. Phone I-5SS Soy Bean Bread and other sexetable bread. GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 2165 W. Flatter St. Phone :-.',ll 1401 Washington Avenue. M. B. The "Good Health" Kind + + •he God who has watched over them ..:• rill continue to provide! for ;,. be the love of a King Funeral Home To Serve Humanity Better Operated by FRANK G. McGHAN'S WIDOW 29 N. W. 3rd Ave. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 I recall 1 H js is love for her Ii [fectioi nt emotion in thi %  %  H t ions ol Ini %  B deft stroki • % %  Knl1 :; %  lutched ii hi hand He rose from i ••%  rep : .: %  :..::. • 11 in 1 :.-..• By I and child, and be. :.' ::. I I %  a child .. :. to the err.ill ruin hi* eputati Is i punish :.' : .:.. disobedier. of injuring hi I I thi mother, unconsciously. nuch can n kid of a True, the wife who has para%  • hi ni -. neal bonds cai they are considered to. when Ood Is con ly a part of the marrl ral part • which the mother calls hi %  '. and women will have learned that without the presence ol God in the home, there is no home; just as without the Divine gift of breath in the child there can be r..-. then man will surely be perpli lied upon to choose between mother and another woman, b irt. One night last I met an %  %  :ple who symbolize the ideal marriage bond.—love in a home wherein God-' jzizswwwziwwwmii "-partner with God during the 3 then be more numerous and %  %  •.ice of the human race A D E \I/ C CARTER FUNERAL SERVICE WEST PLAGLER STREE1 PHONES l-Mtl—4M4H MITCHEL1 ".< %  •.': iced Jeusih Attendant in Chargi + Condensed Statement of Condition MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK of Miami Beach. Florida As of the close of business Dec. 30th. 1933 COMPTROLLER'S CALL Resources and due !rom Ba: • %  il Bonds : • rial Bonds I ::k Stock I Plxtun M hi : %  • ". $406.137 43 123.828.95 55J0.966.38 138.605.21 53.447.83 4.500 00 267.312.83 5.729 16 16.462 54 $1,015,923.95 Liabilities keeping faith with those who trust us. re we living up to our obligations if we risk their future happiness by ignoring the problems th.it would arise tor them if, some day, we did not come home? Lite insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern Health & life Insurance Policy on each one is necessary to protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK, Manager "'" K.-nlty Il.arl KI.1LPh.me I ivznpsziziznjvwwzizseJirc SEND YOIR I.AINDRV TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry ROY H. Tl'RNER. Prop. Iftl S. W. Clh St. Phone 2-SS.-.4 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER! — ., .. ,. „——4 • k Undivided Profits and c : KM 50.000.00 40.51600 S190.516.87 825.407.08 SI 015.923.95 ember Federal Dep ii [nsuranci C rporation. All depesr. :.d including $2,500 an guaranteed, Philip Liberman, President.


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Page Two SOCIETY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PLAYING AT THE 7TH AVE. THEATRE Friday, January 19, 1934 Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. president of the Senior Council of Jewish Women, was the principal speaker at a meeting of the juniors, at 8 p. m. last Tuesday, at the Alcazar howl. Mrs Stanley Myers and Mrs H. I Maisid. sponsors, were present. A novel program was presented with Miss Betty Greenberg. vice president, in charge of the meeting. Refreshments were served during the social hour. • • • Mrs. William Farr. a bride Ol month, was complimented with a surprise miscellaneous shown Monday evening by members of Junior Hadassah at the home ol via Rayvis in Shenandoah. A mock wedding featured the evening's entertainment toget an impromptu debate and other contests, Prize* wen won by Mrt Harold Tobin. Mi %  '•'.. MlS! Mildred B irtcn. Miss All ; • Hadassah. will be 1 ting oi Junior Had;. bi %  : at theAlcazar H tel Inti restii %  !. and an %  : All • B I mi 11 Hatwo weeks at I • %  • : Beach, I and entertainment for its member.: friendon February 7th in its lubn oms to which admission will be by invitation only. Refreshmi nl ail :te served The basketball team of the V M H A defeated the Y M. C A team :o the score of 24-21 In a hard reek They will plaj • : -:••. ol Miami Flamingo Park Monday evening. S J Pallott. well known Miamlai listinction last year ol individual ooodnch deaii this territory to an announcement advi rtising tdull • Offtet p m Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20c Si nda; Monday, Jan. 21-22 — SLIM HUMMERVILLE ZASU PITTS "Her First Mate" 1 Id a) the Atlanta %  -. Mi Palloti • thi 1 offiI conl ti tep Ac1 ( : Mi Pall I nd avi enterive. M >B< ach ZASU PITTS ,/HE.fi. FIRST MAT€ Saturday January 20th at 2:30 p. m. Mrs Jos Williamson will speak on the "Life of Imber." Mrs Daniel Cromer will play a violin solo accompanied by Mrs B. Wrinkle at the piano A social hour will follow. Nexl Monday afternoon the sewing Circle of Senior Hadassah undei the direction ol Mrs. M, Katz will meet lor an all day session at the home ol Mrs Robinson 242 N. W. 13th nesday January 24th at Beth David Talmud Torah with Mcsdames L Winkle and Carl Wcinkle as hostesses. Sunday February 4th with imes M Scheinberg and A. Orovitz BS hostesses. Sunday January 11th at Beth David Talmud Torah with Mesdames W. Robinson and L. Hartz as the hostesses. The annual musical birthday party in witz and L. Hartz. The Sisterhood is sponsoring the series of Chain Fund card parties as follows: Wedcharge of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be observed on Sunday February 18th. The annual Purim dinner will be given on Sunday February 25th at the Beth David Auditorium'. The Punm Ball will be given on March 7th with Mrs. L. Levins in charge. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will entertain at one of iu s regular bi-weekly card parties at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening January 23rd beginning at 8 p. m. with Mesdames Louis Pallott and Nathan Abramson as hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. • • r Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation will leave next Tuesday for a ten day visit to New York City, Mr. Mendel Gottesman of New York, treasurer of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and the Yeshiva College arrived here last Monday evening to spend the winter here. • • • Mr. Morris Block of Monticelloe, N. Y.. is spending a month with his sister and brother in law Mr. and Mrs. J. Lang of 1972 S. W. 7th st. 4. + Send a Jift to your Relative or Friend in ttie Soviet Union [Runia;. •He vill nov Jet much more for his money in theTOUCSIN STORES. %  for information vrite or visit your local bank or authorized ajent. PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED r^NEHAL REPaeSEMTATIVt In U.f.A, % AMTOBC.26I HT H AVt.. NtV VOBK.. See the Primitive Everglades at OPEN DAILY JUK ITCJ4 I Q I Tf OPEN DAILY anil SUNDAY 1VI U O i\ 1 kj \J H/ and SUNDAY SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE L*a4*nhlp CHIEF WILLIAM M.KINI.I.Y 08CBOLA W. W. Twenty-Fifth Aunut nnd Si.t.-.-nth Slrr-I f;o Wi-I ..n FLAGLER ST. to I7TB AVF... Turn North Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM Sfe Cowb*J Hill, n Itral Srminolf Indinn. Wn-allc Oir Alliualnr Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale TO GET TIIKKE—Take Any Kor-llire Cat or Drive Went on Flader and North on 27lh Avenup At the last meeting ol the Junior Council ol Jewish Women MlSE Dn 1 as 1 hosen president the vacancy caused by the :. ol Miss Faye Sheldon, and Miss Ann Simon wai elected 2nd vice president. Miss Ida Englei adlng The Council la +• night on TuesI daj Jan lary 30th, at a place to b I : 111 our next issue, In | 1 mi nl 1Miss | Miriam Scheinberg who Is being as1 : by Li e Kasanol 1 Bett y GreenMai Bandi I, Ida Schwartz, Wernikoff, Ruth Drevlch, Rita 1 1 1 'aullni 8honfi Id and /in., 1 he nexl Bean! meel Ing ol the Council will be held on i %  day evening, January 23rd, a 1 home ol Bi lie Wi rnlkofl 136 S W Bth ave al 8 30 p m. I he ladii auxiliary ol Ji W"i Ifare Bureau, mel Mond ij Kaplan hall Mn MomDubler the opi ning piayer. Mr H 1 H mi ndmenl by-laws which will be acted upon .nil Mi Stanlej C Myers pro hman, pn si nted Hair. 1 Upchairman ol the welfare bu. ho anni unoed that Mrs Bei B Levy would be chairman ol the woman's division ol the drive 1 drive will cover a period ol ID rii auxiliary also dcided to : a number ol benefit bridge parties on Sunday evening, Jan, L'.'i cial hour followed, with the tality chairman, Mrs. Dubler, li charge, A meeting of the Executive Board : Beth David Sisterhood wits held at a luncheon Wednesday at the Talmud Torah Hall, The resignation oi Mrs, Morris Dubler as vice presidenl was accepted with 1 .Hid the vacancy will be filled at the n< \i meeting. The sisterhood is "Sisterhood Sabbath" nexl %  1 Iday 1 vening during the abOl Rabbi Max .Shapiro from '.in city with the officers and membei I the SI terhood conducting rvice Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs. Win. Friedman were named BS delegates, with Mrs M Scheinberg and Mrs. A. Rubin alternate to the Florida Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen. On the reception committee are Mesdames J. Engler, H. Oliphant, L. Levins, M. J. KopelThe third annual dance sponsorid by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Com Won wil be held on Tuesday evening February 6th at the Mahi Shrine Temple, according to plans adopted at the last meeting of the organization, In charge oi arrangements is a committee consisting ol Mesdames J. L. Shochet, Charles Tannenbaum, Nathan Adelman. P. BerKOWitZ, I. BUCkSteln, N. Abramson Name.of other members ol the committee will appear in our next issue. The Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. 2nd St. Miami's Only Kosher Restaurant Extends Hearty Greetings to the Rabbis and Delegates of The I I. IHI.I Conference of j Orthodox and Conservative 1 Kalihis and Laymen The Ladies Auxiliary ol the OLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN Luncheon j>o< 40* JO* ii An — + V I S I I p !" &> 0 RED CROSS I DRUG DEPARTMENT 1 "1 STORE r 51 E Flakier! Miami's Busiest America's Largest THE GATE SCHOOL of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION I 807 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-1779 PHILLIPS HARDWARE CO. 301 X. Miami Ave.—Phone 2-8445 HARDWARE-FISHING TACKLE-DeVOE KAYNOI.DS PAINTS "You will like our store and its values." For FYesh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S MSI I MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Iish .ire the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea Food, we have it at Its very best, and at attractively low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.



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Paze S:x THE iPWISH FLORID'AN Friday. January 19. 1934 Announcements 1 TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI Rtform )•S' f Sir.lnh 1 DR. JACOB H KAPLAN Rabbi EC %  ( ONGREGATION BETH JACOB 1 irthodoi |]| Wt'himton A>e Miami B*ch DAVID I. ROSEN'BLOOM. Rabbi. M %  %  : %  %  1 I %  1 I "A Bll %  ... '. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION IMI & W. Tfcirrf KM JVLIl > WASHER. Rabbi :' %  %  %  : Rat* '•' %  N %  %  %  %  Cul In TorjMn FHeM Balance* Drop In Value of Dollar C 8.B.B--1 %  u ORG... [ Torgsu : .. %  %  %  Abe Kunr.an The women's division It headed by Mrs Bertha B. Levy ho will have the following team • lames H Bulbin. R A 1. Magld, Morris Dubler. P. Schein... n, Bernard Simon. I ,,. .: BUnley c. Myers. H. E Klelman. B Weinkle. A. Gold.-..:. Sam Blank. P. Liberman. Sam Cohen, Joe Williamson. H I Honu and H. Z. Silverman. with MR Meyer Schwartz in charge of 0 ffi M activities. Luncheons will txheld daily excepting Saturday and Sunday during the campaign with series of bridges on Sunday evening January 28th at a number ol Mian-.: Beach hotels to conclude the campaign l p ^sittttrviiitttti vvttns^ BETH DAVID CONGREGATION \ '.v -d \i*-o MAX SHAPIRO Rabbi %  en I I %  %  '" F M %  %  c %  Brisbane to Speak %  1 %  p Berko%  '.:. B %  %  TRGTZKY'S 1 SI .on 1 NOW SERVING 00 OIK FAMOUS NEW YORK : COURSE DINNER Luncheons 60c AND A La Carte Meals S45 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEA< II < ateren f"f Banquets, Weddings and All Social Functions, STRICTLY KOSHER %  jgj^rararara^j^JZJ^fs^J^^J^J^gJ^^ Rabbis and Lavmen Meet i %  %  : : ll I tioi GREYHOUND RACING 10 RAGES NIGHTLY POST TIME 8:15 Fund Campaign Begins i' %  • D i EMISSION: Kc-FIRSl GAME -PHONE ( L.VAI I I Mil K RCPERVISION BTAT1 RACING COMMISSION % %  H WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB WEST FLAGLER AT ::7Tll AVENUE mr ^8 #r -*v: f SENSATIONAL WINTER MEETING 1 f ( IA >SIN<; JAN. 2 1 POST TIME 2 P. M. SEVEN RACES DAILYjl Tropical Park I nlimited Parking Space. Everything V Arranged for Convenience of Patrons Harry M. Stevens Catering Service I" ""' Comfortable Clubhouse and Grandstand WEST OF Till: BILTMORE T O W E B Sedans leave N. E. Third Aw. For hire cars at all hotels. Busses direct to track. &s ADMISSION: Clubhouse, RL50; Grandstand, si.oo Including Taxi SPRING MEETING MARCH 19-31 Horidas state racing !" mmission regulations govern this meeting. No minors Mmitted.



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Friday, January 19, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN groups represent the Jewish people of Greater Miami? An investigation shows that they do not. Not more than forty per cent of he Jewish residents belong to organized groups. And a further investigation. PL'BLISIIKI) EVERY FRIDAY bj th* JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN IT iii.isiu \(; co. -strange as it mav seem, shows that P. O. Box 27J Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICES: 621 S. W. 16th Avenue Phona 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Entered as second claws matter July 4. I %  .•3D. at the Pint Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, IH79. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative Sin Montha One Year TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 J2.O0 FRIDAY, JANI'AKY 19, 1934 Vol. 7 — No. 3 IVhat Is Behind It All? We have been asked, "What is behind the proposed Council ol .Jewish Organizations?" It is for that reason that we propose to frankly and carefully analyze the proposed constitution and by-laws so that all may fairly judge for themselves, Undoubtedly it is praiseworthy to promote a spirit of harmony among the Jews of Greater Miami ... It may be praiseworthy to unify and co-ordinate the various Jewish groups and organizations of this a ica But let us analyze I he proposed i constitution "Every Jewish I group, society, organization, conIgregation, club, etc., shall be en| titled to representation." "All resolutions shall be valid and binding 111 duly passed by A MAJORITY OF ITHE QUORUM PRESENT." And %  then it goes on to say thai a rqUORUM SHALL BE TEN MEMIBERS." Do the organized Jewish the same minority belong to nearly every organization in the City. For instance, the group of men signing the call for this new organization ALL BELONG TO THE SAME CONGREGATION, and so DO NOT REPRESENT ALL THE ORGANIZATIONS. The same group are in the local Bnai Brith Lodge. The same group are in the Zionist District organization. The same group are in the Jewish Welfare Bureau, in the Hebrew Friendly Inn etc., etc. The same facts apply to members ol the women's organizations. The members of the Ladles Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau are members of Hadassah. of the Council m Jewish Women, of Temple or Synagogue sisterhoods, etc., etc. So that based upon tin.survey it soon becomes apparent that this proposed council of Jewish organizations will be. and cannot escape being dominated and controlled by one and the same group of people. not m the least representative of the will or the wishes oi the Jewish community, The same group of men or some of those behind this same movement today just a short number of years ago decried the mention of the name Jewish in connection with any political activities, and yet m tins new proposed organizations it urges and encourages the PARTICIPATION OF JEWS ill POLITICAL affairs, WHY?? We nave the highest regard foi a number ol those who arc behind this movement sincerely, but we annot yet convinced of the wisdom of such an organization at this time. We must consider and consider carefully, in this day of the Sliver shut. anti-Semitism, antiJewish demonstrations in foreign lands, and some of the same feelings locally as to the effect that this proposed organizations will have on the minds of those who are untnelldly to US. If such an organization, at this time, is advisable, and we are not satisfied of the fact in the least, then as true Jews, as true Americans, the proposed system Is wrong in every respect. A small handful of the so-called leaders do not and cannot represent the Greater Miami Jewry. The American Jewish Congress some years back pointed out the way in which representatives of the Jewish people may be selected. If the Jews of Greater Miami need spokesmen, and we do not believe they do, then why not elect them democratically. Let polling boxes be placed in every Synagogue in the area Let every Jew and Jewess who desires to vote pay the sum of twenty-five cents and be entitled to but ONE vote let the voter sign his name and address so there may be no duplication and let twenty-five men and women receiving the highest number o! votes be selected, provided thai no more than two of such men or women shall belong to the same organization, charity orTHE &* From the bread line to the job line Is a pleasant step to take. From the shadows to the sunshine; From tough going to a break. From a sad eye to a merry; From a dull ache to a song; From a load of woe to carry To a hopeful heart and strong! From the bread line to the job line Is to climb into the light tep upon an incline That makes the future bright. The past was dark with sorrow. But along the path ahead There beckons a Tomorrow Where Joy will reign instead. An astronomer says that winds of 144.000 miles an hour sweep the stars. It makes it awkward for outdoor orators speaking from the manuscript. An ambition to own a skyscraper is a lofty ideal. Never judge a woman's smile by her teetm. Both may be artificial. Any man who works for pay seldom doe.s his best. There Is no man so friendless as the one who lost hispolitical pull. Every man thinks that he is the proper one to stand around and boss ganizations excepted. In that manF om tlu bread lm ,. ,„ „„, job ,,„,, tnc job May all the workmen go! From the bread line to the job line. A happy, marching row! ner a lair representation will bi chosen. No handful of men will have within their power to use such an organization for their own selfish benefits or to promote their own social or political ambitions n has been charged 'hat much ol the el forts of some of the moving spirits of this proposed organization, iwhich by the way was tried for the past several years' has been directed and is now being directed against the activities of a local Rabbi whose popularity hai been mounting In the community because ol his work But this we propose to discuss at .some other tune. What is behind this all???. 1 Tha dear reader. Is tor you to judge. A dream ol Peace returning And happiness to be Keeps every staunch heart yearning For glad Prosperity! Tampa, Fla. 31 u fWpmnnam Fold his hands upon his breast. Close his tired eyes. Let no wail disturb his rest Where, he sleeping, lies He has drunk life's hopeycup, He has drained the gall— You may pile Life's baubles up. He is through with all. He is through with laughter gay, He is through with tears; All his nights have flown away. All his dragging years. Sing him songs of quiet cheer. Sound no dolesome knell; I know he says, could we but hear, "My children, all is well." ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET DIED STH OF SHVAT. 5689 UANUARY 17, 1929) In Lot hi" Rtiiiiiii/'iiiiitc lli\ Children Mrs, Mon ice S, Uman, of Tampa. was notiiled recently that she had passed the slate bar examination She is the fourth woman in Tampa to be admitted to tinbar. Mis. Uman began to study law m the office of her husband soon after their marriage about two years ago. She was Miss Edith G. Brown of Reading. Pa., before marriage She plans to devote her time to the interests of women and children and will not engage in criminal practice. With her husband. Mrs, Uman will form the law form of Uman and Uman. It is the only husband and wife law firm in Florida and is one of about fiva in the United States, as far as known. Mrs. Uman was worn in yesterday by Circuit Judge Parks. • • • Howard Weisman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph WeLssman of '2503 MorI rison Ave., Tampa, will be Bar Mitzvah at Rodoph Sholom Temple Friday evening, Jan. 19th at 8 p. m. He will give his speech Friday : evening and Saturday morning will read the Haftora and at which time Rabbi Adolph Burger will give him his blessing. Refreshments will be served to the guests in the auditorium of the Temple immediately after services Friday night. • • • Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph Sholom Temple, Mr. David Stein, j Pres. and Mr. M. G. Rosenberg. j Vice Pres. and a group of ladies from the Auxiliary plan to leave j Tampa some time late Saturday night for Miami to attend the Rabbinical Conference Sunday and Monday. a • • Miss Dora Simon of Shickshinny. Pa., whose engagement to Harry Iskowitz. of Glen Lyon, Pa., has Twas along about 3 a. m ol quite a riotous hotel dining room party that l lus. the head-waiter, saw bearIn gdown on him a gent who was pie-eyed, "Where'sh my wife?" this man demanded (in.rgretted that lie didn't know. Ous regreted thai he didn't was right at that table OVei %  .hen I left her.'' said 'in man. An' now she'sh gone Where'sh my wife?" "Maybe he left you," Gus suggested helpfully. "No. sir." snapped the man. "I letl her. right at that table, an' she's too well trained to leave. Where'sh my wile.'' Ous, smiling Inwardly, said "Maybe .she's under the table." "'S an idea." said the man. He dashed over to look. She was. Rich men have their country places, but poor men must be satistied with farms. A man may be able to trade his reputation for money, but he can't trade back you Shabby gift I've given you. Child against my heart— Life, which shall have riven Hopelessly apart in a hurricane of pain Ere it gives you peace again. But 1 also give you this For your comforting— Joy m summer's fragrant kiss. And the stir of spring; Love of earth which may prevail When your human loves shall fail. •This graceful gown," runs the caption Over the picture of a lady in the g. v,., "is cut in a V both front and back." The picture reveals the gown— and the lady—and shows the dress to be a V-8 both front and back— 8 inches in front and at least 8 in the back. And some pictures look as if the V-16 has arrived, also. Orlando, Fla. George Goldsmith has just returned from a business trip to St. Louis. • • • Mrs. Ben Solomon was the hostess at an informal gathering held at her home on Saturday evening • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Small, of Savannah, who for the past few weeks been announced by her brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. Wohl. of Tampa, Miss Simon has many friends in Tampa and has been a frequent visitor here. • • • Miss Emilie Winstcn of New Rochelle. N. Y., is the guest of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maas. 601 South Boulevard. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Maas are entertaining as their guest at their Bayshore Blvd. residence their cousin, Miss Bertha Ullman of Brooklyn. N. Y. Miss Ullman will remain in the city for several weeks and will be entertained at a round of social functions during that time. • • • Mrs. L. E. Grafman and baby daughter, Rosemary'of New York City, will spend two months here in Tampa, while here she will reside at the Georgian Apartments have been the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolfe, returned to their home Monday. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Stone have as their house guest Mrs. C. M. Lyons and daughter, Sally, of Los Angeles. Calif. • The Rev. and Mrs. B. Safer held open house on Sunday evening, honoring their daughter. Miss Dolly Safer, whose engagement to Mr. Frank Segal, was recently announced. • • Mrs. Sol Wittenstein left Wednesday for a week's visit in Miami. • • There will be a benefit dance recital at the city auditorium Thursday. January 25, 8 p. m. Those taking part on the program are pupils of Miss Eunice Page Beasley. Zelda Berman will do a difficult acrobatic solo dance, supported by 18 girls who do a Chinese dance dressed in native costume. She will also do a rag doll adagio with Mar! garet Mooty, and will also dance some numbers with Marguerite Waters. Thelma and Barbara Berger. twins, will do an acrobatic dance and Hindalyn Kottleman and her twin sisters will perform together. Others taking part of the program will be Carol Jacobs. Norma Wittenstein, and Marian Hoffman.



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Friday, January 19, 1934 _TH E JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five SOCIETY A celebration in honor of the 25th tedding anniversary of Dr. and Mrs. acob H. Kaplan was held in KapLn hall of Temple Israel following krvices last Friday evening under le .sponsorship of the sisterhood. I As the organist played the "Wedli:: March," Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan Id the congregation downstairs, Ihere on the "bride's table," there las laid out a miniature wedding rocession. A chest of silver was presnted the tuple by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, resident of the sisterhood. D. J. Ipte, president of the congregation, l.so spoke and a response was given Dr. Kaplan. • • • I Phllbrlck Funeral Homes anbunce that Jos. M. Fine pioneer liamiail will be associated with i in In particular charge of JewI cases both in their Miami as pll as their Miami Beach estabihments. Mr. Fine who is the son the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fine, flinders of Beth David Synagogue. has a long record of active work for the Jewish community, having been vice president of Beth David Synagogue for several terms, a director of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, a member of the Jewish RehabilitaI tion Committee which afforded help immediately after the 1926 hurricane, a member of the Bnai Brith. an organizer and past officer of Emunah Charter of the Eastern PLAYING AT THE TIVOLl THEATRE Wm. H. Rosenblatt. Presentation of Key—Mr. H. Greenburg. Acceptance—President of Congregation. Lighting Perpetual LampInvocation—Judge M. Henry Cohen. Reading Sabbath Service—Rabbi Wm. H. Rosenblatt. Greetings—Mayor R. G. Blane. Chaplain E. A. Edwards, Rev. J. F. Enright. Dedication Sermon—Rabbi David L. Zielonka. Solo—Mr. Walter Otto. Adoration—Rabbi Wm. H. Rosenolatt. zer who is in charge. Sunday school • • • Temple Beth Lsrael holds services every Friday evening at 8:30 under the direction of Dr. Carl N. Herman • • Officers of Beth El Sisterhood elected at a meeting held in the home of Mrs. Mary Moss are Fanny Ryder, president; Jack Sneider, vice president; Ann Moss, secretary, Tina Schutzer. treasurer, and H. Gold. H. Greenblatt and M. Moss trustees. ROBERT MONTGOMERY IV OH is n IS anil 0 no P. M. 20c till 0:30—Evening 25c Matinees Daily iMinriay-Monday, Jan. 21-22 — ANN HARDING ROBERT MONTGOMERY IWhen Ladies Meet' ( TRY THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT ft the fines) in Real Home Cooked Jewish Food Daily 170 N. W. 5th Street CHOICE DELICATESSEN EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD' \ [ f W/e Will Make Any Car Look Like New Vc Have Keen Doing It For 20 Years PAINTING BODY AND FENDER WORK BNKINS&FREY 1233 N. E. First Ave. If this ad Is brought in Hi tills Job it will save you 5%. I m t forget it. Star, an active member of Biscayne Bay Lodge of the Masonic Order, and a number of other Jewish and non-Jewish organizations. Metro-Gold wynMayer's cinema version of "When Ladies Meet," one of Broadways biggest hits of the current season, will be the attraction next Sunday and Monday at the Tivoli Theatre. The Cosmopolitan photoplay version of the successful Rachel Crothers play was directed by Harry Beaumont who was given an unusually generous freedom in selecting prominent stage and screen artists to fill the principal roles of the comedy-drama • • • The local Tan Epsilon Phi Alumni Club is sponsoring a dance al the Coral Oables Country Club on Wednesday, January 31st, for the students ol the University of Fla. • • at Slim Summerville and ZaSu Pitts, reen's funniesl comedy team, %  n 1" the 7th Avenue Theatre in Sunday and Monday in the starring roles ol 'Her First Mate,"' mi %  hilarious ol their Universal -ictiires. As husband and wife, they ire the center of a side-splitting tale which is filled with laughable incidents, and complications which will keep you in a continual roar of laughter. Slim cackles with merriment when he sees the despised ittle terry boat blow up at the dock ol their little town on Long Island Sound—but he doesn't know thai the agitated ZaSu lias bought It with their life savings as a present for him! The plot is taken from a Broadway play In which Frank Craven and Una Merkel were featured. • • A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levitt at the Jackson Memorial Hospital last Thursday. Mrs. Levitt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector. • A baby son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Steinberg last Sunday at the Victoria Hospital. Rabbi S M. Machtei will officiate the Bris next .Sunday at 11 a. m. %  \ ou you can buy BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fits tour pocketbookl PHONE 8-36S7 21 N. W. 9TII ST. St. Petersburg Services at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th St. No. is held at 8 o'clock, with Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld whose sermon will be "Constructive Judaism." Mrs. H. Silverman was also recently entertained by Mrs. Oscar Silverman at bridge and a spread laid for nine. • • Rabbi A. 8. Kleinfeld has as his guest, his daughter, Mrs. Edith Neimeth ol New York. • 9 Mn A, Slerkese of 1078 Hth Ave. No. entertained Mrs. Edith Neimeth Is Sunday Eve. Jan. 14th, Cards were played and coven were laid for 16. Mrs. Neimeth was pri with a beautiful must prize, • • • Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Edith Neimeth, also Mr, and Mrs. n. M. Jacobs, and Mr. Wyle and his daughter, will attend the Florida Rabbinical Conference being held ill Miami. Fla.. on January 21st and 22nd. West Palm Beach Congregation Beth El holds regular Friday night services in the new Synagogue on Fern street beginning at 8 p. m. Congregational singing, and the chanting of prayers in Hebrew and English, with a oriel sermon by Mr. Samuel SchutHOMG SERVICE LAUNDRY 1228 S. W. 6th St. ROY H. TURNER, Prop. Kfierlal Hand l.nundn Btrvke SOUTHERN LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE CO. 610 Realty Bldg. T. S. COOK. Mgr. II Ml. RMPLOl MBNT A(,KM V H %  N. K 2nd Avenue s •! % %  "ffi.r and Clerical Help 4 K ARREN PHARMACY l"" N. W. -us' !)<• prompt :ind certain. Our route salesmen are carefully trained 'o render courteous, deu-ndable and efficient ervice. Our delivery fleet Is one of the finest in the ity. Phone and have our ale man call on yon. MIAMI HOME MILK PRODFCERS ASS'V Phone 2-7696 PHILBRICK FUNERAL HOMES Will West Hauler St. Miami—Phone 2-3458 All plans are complete for the Annual Concert given by Congregation Bnai Israel on Sunday Eve Jan. 21st, at their auditorium, The program consists of many entertaining features with professional artists. • • • Reform Jewish Congregation Beth El of St. Petersburg. Fla.. will dedicate its Temple with elaborate ceremonies Friday January 19th beginning at 8 p. m. when the following program will be observed. Placing Torah in Ark—Rabbi White Oak Leather 35c %  15c | r %  Half Soles %  LADIES HEELS I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 240 N. E. Niul Av. 0pp. Coilu Bate)" I3S7 Collins Ave, Miami Beach—Phone ;>-:;:: n ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT MR. JOSEPH M. FINE will be affiliated With our organization and in direct charge of ail Jewish cases to insure the observance of all Jewish traditional laws. WHAT'S BEST TO EAT? There's No Difficulty When You Dine At WY %  REMEMBER White Oak — Leather Will Wear Longer. I Give It a Test and Time Will %  L Tell. m HALCYON GRILL 28 N. E. 2nd Avenue BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH 11:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. 20c to 40c DINNER 5:30 to 12 P. M. 45c to 75c !" EE — Te ru P Readings by Lady Rhev



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wJewisii Illoiriidliiai in bl 7. No. 3 ewish News Around The World I Would Have Congress Change Immigration Law for (.11 It I.HI ItcfUgCCS lAlbany. N. Y.—A resolution callon the United states Congress modify its immigration laws in Jer ") make possible I he admisbn ot a substantial number of from Germany has been It 11 id need into the lower house ol \c New York state legislature by semblyman Charles Breitbach of ooklyn. students worked their way trough the University. Palestine Economic Corporation Pays First Dividend thcr and Son and Itlind Mali Among 17 Graduated from Hebrew University Jerusalem—A 30-year-old blind | an and Ephraim and LeVi DUV| iani. father and sun respectively, > pi 'among the n students grant. di grees al the third annual comencement exercises ol the Hebrew Ity on Mount Scopus i hi pii 1 speakers were Dr. .ludah L. I i ncs. chancellor ol 'inUnlverI ly, and sir Arthur Grenfell Wauj High Commissioner ol Pales| ii> AH bin three ol the graduat%  I | New York—A dividend ol one per it, the lust ever paid, has been Iclared by the Palestine Economic prporatlon for the six months endDecember 31. 1933. according to announcement by Bernard Flexor, chairman of the Board of Dirt ors. The Kreat prosperity of Uestlne, where all of the corporapi's capita] is invested, is the reafor the dividend. ((Donald Irges American Christians to Help German-Jewish Refugees Mew York.—A formal appeal In In-Jewish Americans to contribute p tantlal sums of money in behalf the German-JcwLsh refugees will |0rtly be made by existing relief lanlgations, James G. Mat-Donald. lague of Nations High CommisDner for German Refugees, reBled in an address before the lague for Political Education. Reprating his previous statement lat non-Jewish Americans must ^lp the German-Jewish refugees. Mac-Donald said "I wish I had pwer to give the Christian people thus country a realization of their sponsibility. The crime against )e Jews is committed in the name Christianity and of •Aryanism.' Ic whole theory of which later Is pant nonsense." The High Comj Ussioner declared that "the nonprish people of America have a il responsibility to show the t>rld that they are not parties to |eh persecution. They can showpit by their help and aid when it asked in the next few weeks or fcxt few months." LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEE KLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY. JANUARY 19, 1934 Price Five Cents THE SYNAGOGUE Dedicated hi tinConference / Orthodox and Conservative Kab /•/'ami Laymen of Florida, meeting at Miami ami Miami Beach }annary 2 IN/ ami 22 ml. And it. shall come to pass that the Synagogue shall be established at the top of the hill and all of Jewish fall) shall flock unto it. including those who were formerly aloof, for the unaffiliated shall then be no more in the land. It shall stand beautiful, commodious, in form and style characteristically Jewish, its interior replete with Jewish svmbolism—a shrine for devout and unaffected worship, a fountainhead ot Jewish education, a (enter tinsociability and fellowship, it shall have a mortgage, but only m proportion to its resources and not greater than it can bear. Its prayers shall express the Jewish soul and be attuned to the Jewish heart Its music shall lime its roots deep in Jewish yearning and aspiration Its sermons shall give moral and spiritual nourishment and nothing that is vital in human life and character shall be alien to them. And all its company shall be taught of the Lord, from the youngest of them even unto the oldest of them, for thenJewish education shall blossom like the rose and shall saturate every activity ol" the Synagogue like a refreshing stream, it.s young people shall dream dream: and see visions thai anredolent of Jewish mysticism and IdealIsm, Its Sisterhoods and its Brotherhoods shall be an Integral par 1 the whole, tinproblems of tinSynagogue i' eit being their problem and their own contributions to Jewish lite unfolding as a part ol the same flower and rruil its laj leadership shall be a leadership ol knowledge and chara and Jewish worth [ts rabbis shall minister to every human need, no' mdeed individually, but collectlvi %  toi thenthe scholarly preacher and the trained educator and the Understands shall all come into their own. The call to social service and to social |UStlCe and to civic righted m ind to good-will and to univi ice and brotherhood that shall sound like a clarion from the pulpit there, shall not tall on deal ears there, but sha rth from there to make itsell :'ii in the affairs Ol men. in tinlifting ol mankind to a higher plane ot lilt and conduct and m the building ol a belter world to live in. Florida Delegates To Arrive Sunday Noted Editor Speaks Tonight Arthur Brisbane, noted internationally as editor and writer, will be the guest speaker at the late Friday evening services January 19tli at 8 p. m. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation when he will deliver an address on "Oh. RABBI ADOLPH BERGER of Rodeph Sholom Cong.. Tampa president ot the Florida Rabbinical Conference of Orthodox and Conseravtlve Rabbis, now In session here. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over radio station WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "Traditional Religion." The program this Sunday will be dedicated to the Florida State Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and laymen which will be held m Miami on Sunday and Monday. Several visiting rabbis will deliver brief messages during the service BERTHA B. LEVY, chairman women's division fund campal tn Jewish Welfare Bureau. ARTHUR BRISBANE Anything!" He will discuss conditions throughout the world and particularly as it affects the Jews. Following the address he will answer questions provided they have been typewritten and handed in prior to the services. Mr. Brisbane has probably the largest following of any writer in the world, his syndicated daily articles being read by millions of Americans In more than (Continued on page 6) Welfare Drive Is Begun After listening to an inspiring address by Harry I. Lipton general chairman. Philip Liberman. Stanley C. Myers. P. Scheinberg, D. J. Apte and Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan last Wednesday at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant, the ten day fund raising campaign of the Jewish Welfare Bureau was officiallybegun with the reading of a number of reports on pre-campaign collections. Sanley C. Myers will direct the men's divisions with the following captains: I. L. Mintzer, Sam (Continued on page 6) What promises to be one of the most outstanding events In the history of the State of Florida is the first Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and laymen of Florida which will be held SundayJanuary 2ist and Monday January 22nd in Miami. The Conference will open Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p. m. at Beth David Synagogue with an invocation by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mr. J. Louis Shochet chairman of the Convention committee will speak briefly. Addresses of welcome will be delivered by Stanley C. Myers, president of Beth David Synagogue, Mayor E. G. Sewell ol Miami and Mayor Frank Katzentlne, mayor of Miami Beach. This will be followed by the principal address of the session delivered by Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph Sholom Congretion ol Tampa, Pla., president of the Rabbinical conference. The : Ion will be adjourned at 3:30 when the Sisterhoods of Beth David. ind the La I Miami Jewish Orthodox ConItion will be hosts to the deleAt 4 30 the second Ion of hi i onfen nee will begin ol Rabbis, laymen and Sisterhoods which will be addressed by respective delegates and will be followed by round table discussions, The separate section sessions will be adjourned at 6:30. At 7:30 the Welcome Banquet will be held at Beth David auditorium and will be in honor of the Visiting Rabbis and delegates. A very elaborate program has been arranged with a number of interesting addresses and entertainment features to be presented during the evening. Admission will be by card which may be obtained from any member of the Banquet committee. consisting of H. M. Drevich. Cantor Doris Schlachman. Mrs. Harry Oliphant. and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom. Monday morning at 9:30 all delegates will gather for a sightseeing tour of Greater Miami which will be concluded at noon. At 2 p. m. the third session of the conference with separate section meetings will be held rt Beth Jacob Synagogue Miami Beach when Rabbi Rosenbloom will deliver the invocation with a naddress of welcome by Philip Liberman president of the Congregation. Addresses by prominent Rabbis wil follow with round table discussions being held. Meetings of the resolutions committee will take place Monday immediately preceding the afternoon session. The concluding session will be held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation beginning at 7:30 p. m. when Rabbi Julius Washer will deliver the invocation with an address of welcome by Milton Weiner president of the congregation. Addrcs. will then be delivered by visiting Rabbis and lay delegates. Resolutions will be submitted by the Committee on Resolutions and passed on by the delegates. It Is expected (Continued on page 6)