The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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wJewisti Illariidliiai in
M- 7. No. 4
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1934
Price Five Cent
Jewish News
Around The
World
Wilcntz Appointed Attorney-
General of New Jersey
Trenton, N. J David T. Wilentz
b: Perth Amboy, chairman of the
Middlesex County Democratic Com-
mittee, lias been nominated for at-
jorney general of New Jersey by
governor Harry Moore. Mr. Wilentz,
mose appointment must be ratified
ly the legislature, is the first Jew to
pold that office in New Jersey.

LondonAs a result of the recent
|iscussion in Egypt between Colonial
fillister Cunliffe-Lister and High
'ommlssioner Wauchope of Pales-
Ine the British Colonial Office is
[ported to have reached a decision
in ii.s future policy toward Jewish
numeration in Palestine. While
litre is no indication as to what
f> decision Is. it is understood that.
will be made public after the
(mi-Jewish demonstration planned
the Arabs in Palestine.
uy 16.
>My Dear Fellow-Jews of Greater Miami:
i ;un addressing myself to you as intelligent people.
For the past few years, tin Jewish Welfare Bureauyour local charity organization, has re-
ceive! most ol Its funds from the Community ch st. The records of the Chest show that we. the
lees to the Chesl than the amount the chest gave Jewish people of the city, have contributed much
to our Bureau.
This, despite the tact thai we are given credit as a very charitable people who always take
care oi our own. Fortunately, that Is not true of Jewish communities elsewhere. Todav. you and
I are called upon to do our part In the present campaign of the Jewish Welfare Bureau to meet
its annual budget.
. u y,"'! WOi' know' thal tne Bureau takes care cf the needy, underprivileged, undernourished, and
lehabilitate.s broken homes oi Jewish families.
CONTRIBUTION.
The Bureau helps maintain for the Jewish people oi the city, a position of dignity in the
community.
We are asking people of our faith who can give, to help those of our faith who need help We
c;.n only recognize, in this campaign, two classes of Jews, those who give and those who need. If
ii who can give, will give to the Bureau, the Bureau will c/ive to those who need.
Our hope is to get 500 Jews of this city to contribute $10.00 annually and that, with larger
contributions and other activities of the Bureau, will eliminate campaigns, Why should it be neces-
V lor committees who are as busy as you. to call on you and ask you to do vour duty.
Providence has been kind to you this year. Others are still experiencing depression. We are
having a good season. Remember then, your du lea and obligations to those who are less fortunate
On Sunday evening. The Ladies' Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Bertha Levy, are giving bridges
in many of the hotels and apartment houses on Miami Beach. Why should not each of us arrange
lor a card party and procure tickets from Mrs. Levy. In that way we can extend our help in the
Again as intelligent people, I call upon you to do your duty.
HARRY I. LIPTON. C
Campaign Committee
Many Delegates
Attend Sessions
|See Government Policy Ruining
Palestine Tourist Industry
Yiddish Show Chairty Drive
To Be Presented ls Continued
Jerusalem.- The Palestine gov-
rnmenfs new and ruthless policy
wards so-called illegal tourists
|li<> remain In the country longer
pan the time called for their visas
ruining the tourist. Industry a
legation of Jewish. Mohammedan
ticl Christian tourist agents declar-
B conference with Mr. Hull.
hi'-i secretary ol the government,
lie delegation pointed out that
\> reports of tourists being hound-
has Frightened prospective visit-
away from Palestine, Mean-
movemenl Is on fool to
|Ve the Jewish National Council
Jclalm a one-day Jewish strike
a protest against the new uiinii-
Ition rest net ions.
phop Manning Flays Nazi Perse-
cution of .lews in Good-will
Plea
\- York, Returning a visll that
late Louis Marshall made to the
ral ol St. John the Divine.
Rev. William T. Manning,
btestant Episcopal Bishop of New
rk, speaking at a good-will pro-
[ui In Temple Adaath Israel in
Bronx, made a vigorous plea for
r''-racial and Inter-religious
I-will in the course of which he
lounced the persecution of the
In Germany as having "no
Be in the world among decent
civilized men." in an effective
Jn for racial tolerance. Bishop
fining urged all to speak out
? "ist racial, social and economic
listlce both here and abroad.
erring to the fad thai the spl 11
freliglon can draw all races to-
Oier. lie pointed out that in the
sacred place in the Cathedral
lie are two Menorah lights prt-
l''ci by Adolph s. ochs, publish-
jof the New York Times, and
It the flag in the synagogue
fci'e he spoke had been donated
iJohn D. Rockefeller. Jr.
For the first time this season a
company composed of the well
known Yiddish actor Joseph Ka-
minsky, aided by other local and
OUt of town actors, will be seen In
a Yiddish play "Should a Woman
Tell?" a melodrama replete with
action during every moment oi its
presentation, featuring ten well
known and popular Yiddish songs,
it affords a variety of entertainment
that Greater Miami cannot other-
wise obain. Even the non-Yiddish
understanding theatre goer will en-
Joy a visit to such a performance
berau.se of the insight it afford.- one
into Jewish life. The part of the
comedian will be played by Miami's
beloved amateur performer Mr.
Joseph Oreenberg while others as-
sisting are Miss Nma Seideiman of
New York. Julius Feinberg of Jack-
sonville. MRS. Relss of New York.
Harry Oreenberg, well known for
his Yiddish acting through the
state ol Florida, and Harrv Rose Of
Miami formerly of Baltimore. An
orchestra will accompany the musi-
cal numbers. Tickets for the event
Which Will be held at the Temple
Theatre On next Monday evening.
January 29th, have been fixed at
very low and popular prices to af-
ford an opportunity to attend and
may be obtained from any member
of the committee or at the box of-
fice on the day of the performance.
Public Exam
Is Postponed
The public examination of the
Talmud Torah pupils of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation sche-
duled for next Monday, has been
set for next Tuesday afternoon.
January 30th, beginning at 4:30 at
the Synagogue.
Completing the first week of its
drive the teams of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau fund raising campaign
have raised about one third of the
goal .set in cash and pledges. Harry
I. Lipton general chairman of the
campaign is urging a whirlwind fin-
ish in order that the goal set maj
be obtained by next week and to
cany out this spectacular close
simultaneous bridge games uncle:
the leadership ol the women's team
will be held in a number of Miami
Beach hotels and apartment houses.
the proceeds ol which will aid the
drive, Admiral Hotel. Belvedere Ho-
tel. La Salle Hotel. Madison Hotel.
Barbara Jean Mansions. Euclid
Apartments, Fernwood Apts., Mu-
riel Apt.s.. Welling Apts. Hotel, Vic-
toria Apts., Hotel Helene and the
Wm. Penn Hotel are among those
sponsoring this simultaneous bridge
party, which Is a history making
event in this area. A Charity Night
at all race tracks on one night Is
being arranged with all former Com-
munity Chest organizations sharing
in the proceeds, if necessary, the
campaign will last into next week
to enable the teams to see all Jews
of Greater Miami.
Benefit Dance
Will Be Held
Final plans for the annual bene-
fit dance of the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation to be held at the Mahi
Shrine Temple on Tuesday evening
February 8th are now being com-
pleted. Plans include an evening
gala entertainment In which promi-
nent stars now In the Greater
Miami area will be presented in ad-
dition to the usual dancing In
charge oi a arrangements Is a com-
mittee headed by Mrs. J. L. Shochet
who is being assisted by Mesdames
P, Berkowitz, c Tannerbaum, Nath-
an Adelman, Max Kupferstein, Max
Rappaport, Sylvia Feldman, ii. Kot-
kin. and T. Kotkin. Plans include
arrangements of booths typical ol
Jewish historical events, in which
flowers, drinks, and other refresh-
ments and novelties will be sold.
Birthday Party
To Be Given
Beach Chamber
To Select Officers
Celebrating the birthday of Presi-
dent Roosevelt, the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, will sponsor a birthday
celebration at the vestry roms of
i its Synagogue next Tuesday eve-
I ning. January 30th. beginning at
I 8 p. M. Entertainment will be pro-
I vided and cards will be enjoyed.
Prizes will be awarded for
attend. Mesdames Chas. Tannen-
baum and Max Kupferstein are hos-
! teases for this event
Twenty-six members of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce have
been nominated for the board of
governors In the primary election
conducted recently by mail.
They are Thomas J. Pancoast.
John A. Cook. jr.. J. Harvey Robil-
lard, C. W. Chase, jr., R. L. Ellis.
Sol Goldstrom, Dr. Ellsha A. King,
Charles 8. Krom. Charles L. Selec-
manFlamen b Adae. J. a. Benson.
W. L. Philbrick, Walter J. Reid. Dr.
Frank H. Davis. F. K. Ebersole. E.
P. Maule. R. A. Niceley. C. L. Cle-
ments, Carl G. Fisher. Harrison
McCready. A. L. Bowes. J. P. Sim-
mons. W. O. Rouse. Philip Liber-
man, Thomas H. Beddall and Jesse
P. Montz.
What will remain as one of the
mast important events in the an-
nals of the Jewish history of the
State of Florida was the Conference
of Orthodox and Conservative Rab-
bis and Laymen of Florida held in
Miami and Miami Beach last Sun-
day and Monday. Delegates from
Tampa. Orlando. St. Petersburg.
Petersburg, Jacksonville. West Palm
Beach and the local Congregations
attended. Sunday morning the
Radio Synagog dedicated its ser-
vices to the conference and had as
guest speakersRabbis Adolph Bur-
ger of Tampa and Morris D. Mar-
golls of Jacksonville. The first ses-
sion of the Conference was held at
Beth David Synagogue, when the
conference was opened with an in-
vocation by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Dr. Geo. Henry Bradford repre-
senting the City of Miami welcom-
ed the delegates to the city. Stan-
ley C. Myers president of Beth
David welcomed the delegates to
Beth David. The reading of the
president's message by Rabbi Adolph
Burger of Tampa followed brief
opening remarks by J. Louis Sho-
chet. chairman of the Miami Con-
vention committee. Appointment of
a Resolutions committee, and a
committee on the president's mes-
sage then followed after which the
session was adjourned. All Rabbis
and lay delegates wire the gui
in Beth David Auditorium of the
combined Sisterhoods of Greater
Miami at a tea. The second session
began with the reading of papers
on "Adult. Education" by Rabbi
Margolis of Jacksonville, and "Re-
ligious Education" by Rabbi Klein-
feld of St. Petersburg A discussion
of both papers followed Commit-
tee sessions were then held and was
followed by separate section meet-
ings of Rabbis. laymen and Sister-
hoods At the meeting of the lay-
men a discussion was led on "Awak-
ening of Jewish Consciousness" bv
B. J. Cohen of Orlando and was
participated in by delegates from
the different cities.
Sunday evening all gathered at
Beth David Auditorium for the
Welcome Banquet, at which all nut
of town delegates were the guests
of the Miami delegations. The in-
vocation was offered by Rabbi B.
Safer of Orlando. Addresses were
made by Rabbis Burger. Kleinfeld.
Margolis. Rosenbloom. Safer. Sha-
piro. Maehtei and Washer. Among
the others who spoke were Harry I
Lipton on behalf of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau. B J. Cohen of Or-
lando. Mrs. Klsler of Tampa. Adolph
Katz of Tampa. Sam Shutzer of
West Palm Beach. H. M Jacobs of
St. Petersburg. David Moscowitc of
Jacksonville. Harry Wasserman of
Miami Beach, Harry Markowit*
and Milton Weiner Among those
introduced during the evening were
Jos. M. Fine. W. L. Williams. Philin
Berkowitz, Nathan Adelman. I. L.
Mintzer. and Louis Weinkle. Taking
part in the musical program were
CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX


Page Two
THE JEWISH FlORIDIAN
Friday, January 26. 1934
SOCIETY
v
More than five hundred nn 1
women taxed the capacity ol
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion last Friday night to hear Ar-
thur Brisbane, noted editor and
columnist, discuss Jewish events
and personalities. Mr. Brisbane was
very ei ..ally received by the
large audience and expressed
thanks to Philip Berkowitz through
effort hi was the guest ol
the Synagogue. Mr Brisbani
deliver another address
Synagogue at an early date.
Palmei one of Ml
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street, with an add:'
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OPEN DAILY mf ITC4 I C I 17 OPHN DA,IY
and SUNDAY iVi U O A 1 jLL and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
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r;o WM on II.Ai.l.l.U -T. ( ITTH AVK.. Turn Norlh
Largest Collection of Captive Alligator- and Crocottllea
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM
See C.bo> Bill, a Real Seminrile Indian. W rt.lle the Alligator
Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale
TO BBT TIIKKKTak* An> Knrllire < ar or !>ri>e Wa| nn Flafler
and North on 27th Atrnut
PLAYIXG AT THE
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mittee that tickets for this affair grand instructor of District 29 at
regular meeting in the Scottish
of the local Jewish popu- Rite Temple Thursday. February |
8th. at 8 p. m. All visiting Eastern |
Mans students from the Univer- Stars are invited to attend. Re.
. .. i:, .,. pjegen, rreahmento will be served and a pro. |
tlvi mi mb(:- of tlus fraternity
. ,;.. t< d 'ci attend his affair
. mter-semester holidays, A important meeting of the 8U-1
oig the local alumni of this terhood of Chesed Shel Bmete u\'
fraternity are: Aaron Kanner. Joe be held next Tuesday. January 30.
B. Schwartz Morris Saloman, Jos. lne home of Mrs. I. Siegel. 321
gram will be presented.
5C3ER" MON SOMtKi
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by
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Ized Early American
B stirring appeal by Rabbi
David I Rosenbloom last Saturday
morning during services at Beth
Jacob Synagogue. Miami Beach,
more than one thousand dollars was
d towards the building fund
for the erection of a Talmud Torah
idioimnc the synagogue. Building
rations will bee in shortly.
a a
Rabbi and Mi M rris D Mar-
golu wen the house guests of Rab-
bi and Mrs David I. Rosenbloom
for the week end during their at-
l dance at the statewide confer-
Orthodox and Conservative
Rabbis and Laymen of Florida

Rabbi Max D fc.......ro accom-
panied by Stanley C Myers left last
: i ten day business and
trip to New York City.
Mr and Mrs H p Miller of Bal-
the house guesl I Mi
and Mr ity

Arrangements have been com-
pleted for the staging of the Tau
n Phi Alumni Dance to be
liven at the Coral Gables Country
Club Wednesda ..-. January
31. Tickets for the affair hav< been
buted during the past week to
the various alumni and friends of
this social organization and a large
attendance is expected
This outstanding fraternal dance
is being heartily backed by the
alumni members of this city, who
are planning to attend this affair
en masse. It was announced by the
chairman of the arrangements com-
G. Shapiro. Frank Williamson. Sid-
ill. Sheldon Dubler. Albert
Dubbin. Harry Kaplna. Joseph
Davis Samuel Deck. Ous Feuer.
Nathan Dubler. Leo Kupper. Her-
bert Hodes. and Clarence Feuer.
Baye Blanck.
a
Junior Council of Jewish
''. men will hold a special meeting
: Monday. January 29th. at the
home of Mrs Bessie Wernikoff to
kc final arrangements for the
Mother Goose party sponsored by
tlon to be held on Wed-
January 31st, at the home
: Miss C"..:-:"]rie Rappaport. 830
N V7. 36th St. At this special mem-
bership party prizes will be award-
for the most original costumes.
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idi ci by Mrs Bi ii
ed by
port. Betty Q
: Zina
ECasanoff. a n
Council will !>
if January
Hoi
N. W. 2nd ave.
urged to attend.
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All members art
Adult. 2fc
Children lit
Bo. OttlN
opens 6 30 [
p.m. Sunday l
Evenings 20c j
Sun.-Mon.-TMa, Jan. !X-'!!i-30 j
ANN HARDING
ROBERT MONTGOMERY
'When Ladies Meet'
MVRNA LOY
Phone 2-fi.Ml


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Joseph M. Fine
1 I NERAL DIRECTO
Associated With
'"Should A Woman 1
Tell?"
A POWERFUL MELODH
d iii Yiddish
By an
ALL STAR < Vl
JOSEPH KAMINSKY
Ol New York
Monday, Jan. 29th
At the
Temple Theatre
TICKETS Mc and 75e |
May be obtained from men
of the committee or at box office!
on the date of performance j
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For Fresh
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Friday, January 26, 1934
THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN
Page Three
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISH!:') KVKKY FRIDAY
b> the
IjKWISII rl.OMIHAN I'l MI.ISIIIM, CO.
I'. O. Dux 2'J73
I Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
A PRAYER
Oh the occasion of the Mud birthday of President I ranklin Delano
Roosn ell
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
|6L'I S. W. Ilth Avenue Phone 2-1181
J. LOUIS SHOCIIET. Editor
FRED K. BHOCHET, Circulation Manarrr
ICANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Entered *>" MCOnd flans mutter .Inly 4.
11''(". at the Poil Office al Miami. Florida,
IuihI.t I he Art of Man-h :i. 18711.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
.-.. Month- ... ... II.M
|)ne Year.......12.00
FRIDAY, JANUANY 26, 1934
Vol. 7 No. 4
THE
Hunger never kicks becau.se the
tablecloth i.s soiled.
Marriage i.s a lottery in which the
spinster doesn't take chances.
When one girl meets another she
invariably repeats the conversation
she had with the last young man
she met.
The investors do all the paying in
many of the paying Investments.
If a man ever feels religious it's
when he finds himself in a tight
place.
Women at Santa Fe were award-
ed a CWA plastering job. We de-
plore this post-repeal tendency to
allow the fair sex in drinking
plao.
Many a man has been known to
get a peck of trouble out a pint
fla.sk
Michigan nudists petition the
Governor to aet aside vacant places
where they will have room and priv-
acy. How about some of last year"s
banks?
You can always borrow trouble
Without .security, but the interest is
exorbitant.
We see by the current quotations
from near and far that whisky has
become one of the higher things of
life.
Constructive
Criticism
Perhapseven those who are ex-
ceedingly wise, thoroughly under-
standing, and all knowing of the
pw. among the leaders of our local
lewish communities may sometimes
be amenable to criticism. It has
been the forte of our faith, to wel-
come constructive and upbuilding
Iritldsm. For thus, and only thus,
Duty lollies be avoided. The Jewish
loridian believes that calm re-
flection, thorough study and inves-
tigation and clear thinking consid-
eration will in the future avoid
puch friction and unpleasantness
our Jewish community. The Jew-
^h faith and the Jewish people owe
jtich of their longevity to their re-
ecl of the rights of others. We
cord to all the inalienable right to
bink and act as lite conscience die-
ses.
|But the need to speak, the nc-
pisity for caution is BEFORE and
tit after something is attempted,
fe speak as regards the attempted
krmation of A Council of Organiz-
lions. We do not believe that this
pamzation as at present conceiv-
and attempted to be organized,
conducive to the real welfare of
ir Jewish community. We respect-
lllv refer our readers to the re-
in ks of Dr. Stephen Wise in dte-
Issing the organization of the
perican Jewish Congress,
f'li must be democratic; it must
(resent the masses of the people
n not the few. otherwise no move-
hit can succeed." This we com-
knd to your mature consideration.
We pray Thee, O God. who dis-
penseth salvation unto kings and
rulers, and dominions unto princes,
whose kingdom Is everlasting, who
delivereth his servant David from
the perils of the sword, who maketh
a way in the sea, and a path
through the mighty waters, may
Thou preserve, bless, guard, assist
and aid
FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
the president of these United
States. May Thou, the Supreme
King of Kings through thy infinite
mercy preserve him, and grant him
:
long life and deliver him from all
manner of trouble and danger.
Our Father in heaven, bless
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the
president of these I nil. d States,
vouschafe him a life of happiness
and contentment; guide him by Thy
wisdom and in Thy ways, so that
all his efforts for the re-establish-
ment of peace, plentitude and tran-
quility may meet with success for
the betterment of all the inhabit-
ants of the United States of Ameri-
ca and of the world at large. Amen.
The matter of the white hen lay-
ing a black egg in St. Louis had best
be ignored. We have sex enough
now in the literature of the day.
It takes an accomplished liar to
hand a woman satisfactory compli-
ments.

Resolutions Adopted at the Conference
of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and
Laymen of Florida
1. Be it resolved, that
Though respecting the rights ot every Individual Jew to believe and
worship as he may deem proper, this Conference emphasizes that the j
future of Jewry lies only with traditional Judaism as promulgated by the
Orthodox and Conservative Jewry of America; And this conference repre-
senting the vasl majority oi the Jewish residents ot Florida pledges Its
eveiy effort towards the teaching and promotion of such traditional j
Judaism to the Jewish children and adults Of this State, And be it furth- |
er resolved that to carry out these purposes every means to spread tradi-
tional Judaism, by word of mouth, through the pulpit and the press be
employed. And that every Jewish community in the State be contacted
for the purpose of spreading traditional Judaism.
2. That a permanent organization
of Orthodox and Conservative lay-
men of Florida be formed to be
[Radio Synagog
Kabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
lector of the Radio Synagog, will
bach over radio -lation WIOD at
O'clock on Sunday morning on
lie Jew As A Citizen." The pro-
un win be dedicated to Franklin
liano Roosevelt, President ol the
pied States, on I lie occasion of
fifty-second birthday annlver-
ly, on Tuesday. January 30th. The
nnon will deal with the Jewish
|as concerning citizenship. In
pition to the sermon there will be
lyers, music, scripture reading,
p a question box.
known as 'The Orthodox
and Conservative Lay Conference ol
Florida." That a permanent organic
at ion of the Sisterhoods and Auxil-
iaries ol Orthodox and Con
live Congregations ol Llorida be
formed, And that such organiza-
tions meet semi annually together
with the Conference of Orthodox
and Conservative Rabbis of Florida
for the purpose of promulgating
traditional Judaism; and all offic-
ers be chosen annually.
3. That an interchange of Rabbi-
live Board of Conference of laymen
5. That this Conference approve-
all work towards the upbuilding of
Palestine and encourages the tradi-
tional Jew to a more active partici-
pation in all such endeavors.
6. That this Conference support.*
and urges upon Its members that
i hey aid the work of the
Isaac HQchanan Yeshiva, the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary and tin
Beth Midrash Latorah of Chicagu
7. That a concerted effort be made
by the Conference towards tin
ing of a "Kosher Bill" at the m >.
session of the legislature of Florida,
similar to the one now in effect In
the State of New York: that until
such law is passed the respect i\
In the pulpits of member Congrega- congregations represented at thl
liens, from time to time, be urged: Conference urge upon their munt-
and that particular attention be cipalittes the passage of ordinance!
paid to .uch communities as ha\ similar to those in effect In the
no spiritual heads, with visits al rjfttea of Miami and Miami Beach;
regular intervals by Rabbis of nenr- ,, ,,,.,, committee of layi
by Congregations. wno obso,.vo tno dietary laws b<
4. Thai the sum of five hundred formed in each community for th<
dollars be raised by the conferenei I purpose ol assisting and aiding their
for propaganda work, for the dls- Rabbi in the enforcement and Ob-
semination of literature, and for servance of Kashrus, the Rabbi in
such other purposes as may be deem- all events to be the sole authority
id proper by the officers and execu- on any questions of law that may
be raised.
8. That all parents are urged to
send their children of five years or
over to Sunday school: and that all
children be sent to daily Talmud
Torah as early as passible, and tha:
all parents are advised and im-
pressed that in order to properly
qualify a boy for Bar Mitzva he
should have received at least one
year's regular daily attendance at
Talmud Torah or Hebrew School.
9. That the State Conference ol
Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis
appoint a committee on musical and
liturgical work whose duty it shall
be to recommend suitable hymnals
for Sunday schools and Talmud To-
rah.s. and for such other traditional
music as may be required for p
rial events.
10. That this conference decries
the holding of money raising func-
tions on the Sabbath or Holiday.
BS contrary to Jewish principles:
and that it condemns the holding
of banquets or dinners at treifah I
restaurants, or at hotels which do
not observe the Jewish dietary laws
11. That the Jewish communities
throughout the stale request their
proper State, County or municipal
school authorities to excuse Jew
children from participation ill
Christmas and other religion ob-
servances at the public schools; and
that al least one month in advaiit
of a Jewish holiday 'he pr
school authorities be advised to is
cii.se Jewish children from at
ance on said Holidays
iL'. That in accordance with :i"t-
dilion.s and customs ot the Jew.
people ihi- conference Implores -h-
Uidance tor President I'
velt, his cabinet and all members
ol the Federal. State and municipal
governments: and thai this confer-
ence pledges the same tried and
faithful support, that the Jewish
people have always accorded the
Government and American princi-
ples.
13. That this Conference hear
approves the action of Senator Mil-
lard TydingS ot Maryland and the
resolution introduced by him Ul
ing a protest by the United States
Government to the German Govern-
ment because of its perescutlon of
Jews in that land: and that it
support and approval of this resolu-
tion upon the Foreign ti> la
Committee of the United States
Senate; and l>\ the Senate:
members of the House of Rep:
tatlvea from the State of Florid i.
14. That the Rabbis and layme-i
are urged to immediately inaugur-
ate and foster Jewish Youth Clubs
and adult study courses throughout
the state for the promotion of tra-
ditional Judaism.
15. Whereas the Florida State
Conference of Orthodox and Con-
servative Rabbis and Laymen en-
compasses both the larger cities of
Florida and the smaller Jewish
communities; and.
Whereas the Conference needs a
medium for reaching the organiza-
tions and individuals comprising
these Jewish communities in the
State of Florida; and.
Whereas I he Jewish Floridian is
the only Anglo-Jewish weekly pub-
lished in the State of Florida which
has for the greatest length of time
consistently and regularly catered
each week to the greatest number
of Jewish readers in practically all
puts of the State of Florida, to the
extent that they depend, in a large
measure, upon the Jewish Floridian
for then news of Jewish activities
within the -State of Florida, as well
as for new,- of general Jewish in-
terest :
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED,
That the Jewish Floridian be, and
hereby Is, designated the official
organ of the Florida State Confer-
ence of Orthodox and Conservative
Rabbis and Laymen.
16. Votes Ol thanks were accord-
ed the Miami Daily News, The Mi-
ami Herald Beth David Synagogue.
Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation, and
their respective ladies organiza-
tions, to H. M. Drevlch chairman of
the Banquet Committee. Cantor
Boris Schlac Inn.m and all members
of the Miami Convention Commit-
tee for their help in making tin.
conference a success.
Alter Greek Law Making Yom
Kippur National Resl Day
Saloniki.Under pressure from
the anti-Semitic parties, the Greek
government has officially withdrawn
Its recenetly enacted ordinance pro-
claiming Yom Kippur a national
day ol rest for the inhabitant.- ol
the country. Henceforth only Jew
will have to abstain from work on
thl Da] ft Atonement. Christian-
and other non-Jews will remain
th( v pit ,t e on tha;
day.


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Friday, January 26. 1934
THE JEWISH FLORID
SOCIETY

Because of the death of the fath-
Ir of Mrs. Sam Katz. chairman of
lie Senior Hadassah sewing circle,
I all day sewing session was post-
poned indefinitely. Announcement
If the resumption of this activity
be made shortly.

Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
pring a supper and card party at
Is Talmud Torah Hall next Sunday
vening January 28th with service
rom 6 to 8:30. All are invited to at-
lend. The Annual Purim Dance of
lie organization will be held at the
ahl Shrine Temple on Tuesday,
larch 6th.

True to its reputation of being
he fastest game in the world jai
|lai kerns its fans on their feet all
In time with the narrow contests
|iid always uncertain results. Large
rowds attend the Biscayne Fron-
bn nightly, and such lovers of
feort as the Florida magnate Hen-
L. Doherty is seen in attendance
hree or four times weekly. Fast
plough as are the singles and dou-
matches, none ran equal the
Mi'iiing like rapidity of the play
the big game of the evening, the
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triples contest. Champions of the
sport from Spain, Cuba, the Argen-
tine and other Latin countries are
seen in action. It is a trip well I
worth while for the resident and
visitor.

Last week the daily doubles re-
sulted In a remarkable price of
more than eight hundred dollars
being paid on a two dollar bet at
the beautiful West Flagler Kennel
Club track. This track which was
the first to open this season has
been carrying crowds nightly to
witness races between some of the
finest dogs in the country. The pari
mutuels has been paying splendidly
to those betting and for lovers of
dogs, the track affords sport not
otherwise obtained.

The first of a .series of chain fund
card parties sponsored for Beth
David Sisterhod will be held at the
Nemo Hotel Wednesday evening.
February 7th. with Mesdames M.
Scheinberg and A. Orovitz In
charge. The public is invited to at-
tend.
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Page Five
RABBI MAYER FREED
who arrived here last week is the
field secretary of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Yeshiva. and Yeshlva
College at New York. He will re-
main here several weeks in the in-
terests of this institution.
rents, their son Alfred and then-
niece Evelyn. While here they are
being entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Berkowitz of this city.
Announcements!
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20c till 6:30Evening S5c
Matinees Daily
|miii.-.AIi)ii.-Tucs. Jan. 38-89-30
JEAN IIAKI.OW
CLARK GABLE
fJIold Your Man"
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold its annual birthday bridge
luncheon at the Hangar of the
PleetWOOd Hotel on Monday. Feb-
ruary 5th, when a gala program of
entertainment will be presented.
Reservations at $1.50 per plate may
be made with any member of the
committee. Mrs. Herbert E. Klei-
man, chairman Is being assisted by
Me dames Sue Nevlns, Gordon
Davis. Henry Williams. Joseph Wil-
liamson. Tobias Simon. Jules Perl-
man and Harry Rubin.
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IJI St 2-St" Senior Hadassah is sponsoring an
afternoon bridge on Wednesday.
January 31st. beginning at 2 o'clock
at Trotzky's Restaurant, Miami
Beach. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores and refreshments will
be served. Mesdames Julius Simp-
son and Lee Lobenthal are co-
chairmen of this affair. The public
is urged to attend.
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Mrs. Lena Alpert is sponsoring
the first of a series of bridge par-
ties for the benefit of Loyalty Club
of Emunah Chapter next Wednes-
day evening. January 31st, at 1459
I N. W. First st. Prizes will be award-
ed for high scores and refresh-
ments wlil be served.
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Out of town delegates to the con-
ference of Orthodox and Conserva-
tive Rabbis and laymen attended a
luncheon last Monday afternoon at
Trotzky's Restaurant Miami Beach
at which singing was led by Cantor
Boris Schlachman, Rabbi Morris D.
Margolis of Jacksonville and Rabbi
Alex S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg.
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa
presided at this luncheon.

Final plans are now being con-
cluded for the gala smoker being
sponsored on Wednesday. Februarj
7th, at the clubrooms of the Y. M.
H. A. for its members and their
friends. A program of entertain-
ment will be presented and refresh-
ments will be served. Admission
will be by invitation only.

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Welner of the
Greenpoint Pipe and Metal Co. of
New York arrived here this week
to spend several weeks. They were
accompanied by Mr. Welner's pa-
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
ill Wuhlnitnn Ave.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi,
Late Services will be in charge ol
Sisterhood. The invocation will
be offered by Mrs. Wm. Friedman;
the Shmone Esra by Mis Lewis
Brown, and the benediction bj Mr
Morris Dubler. a sermonette on
Sisterhood Work" will be deliver-
ed by Mrs. Joseph M. Pine, B past
president of the sisterhood The
guesl speaker ol the evening will
be Mr. Max Rudensky representa-
tive of the Jewish National Fund.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
I54", S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Early services begin at 5 p. m.
With the late services at 8:30 when
the Rabbi will preach on "The Paen
of Victory." Saturday morning ser-
vices begin at 9 a. m. Mincha at 5
p. m. followed by Shalosh Saudah
and Maariv.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conaervatire)
1.19 N. W. Third Arenu.
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Early services begin at 5 P. M.
: with the late services at 8 P. M.
when Mrs. M. Mills chairman of the
Speakers Bureau of the Women's
League of the United Synagogues of
America will speak on "Jewish Wo-
men of Yesterday and Today." Can-
tor Schlachman will direct the
chanting. Saturday morning the
Rabbi will preach in Yiddish. Min-
cha at 5 P. M. will be followed by
Shalosh Saudah and Maariv.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform I
117 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Regular Friday night services be-
gin at 8:15.
The subject of Dr. Kaplan's ser-
mon will be "The Conflict Between
Pleasure and Happiness."
The public is welcome.
have been the house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Stone, left Wednes-
day for Miami.
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Mrs. Belle Hoffman spent Tues-
day in Orlando.

Murray Kanner and Louis Blum-
berg spent the week-end in San-
ford.

Mr. Adolph R. Prensky was host
at an informal party on Monday
evening, honoring Mr. Morris Le-
vine.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Con-
gregation Ohev Sholem sponsored a
benefit bridge in the Vestry rooms
of the Synagog on Monday evening.

Norman Gaber is spending a few
days in Miami.

Bernard Hoppenfield, of New
York, is spending the week-end In
Orlando.
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Harry Crannerman. of Savannah,
spent several days in Orlando.
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The many friends of Mr. Leo
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Illnaaa
Mr. and Mrs. A. Applebaum of
New York, have arrived in Orlando
for the winter.

Mrs. C. M. Lyons and daughter.
Sally, who for the past two weeks
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN__
Friday. January 2G. 193^
Many Delegates
Attend Sessions
CONTINUED FBOM PAGE ONE
Cantors Boris Schlachman and
Louis Hayman and Mrs. Reiss of
New York, with a declamation by
Joseph Greenberg. A vote of thanks
was extended to Mr. H. M. Drevich
prominent communal worker who
was chairman ol the Banquet com-
mlttee.
Monday morning the delegates
wire taken on a tour of the Greater
Miami area which included all
points of interest, and were then
guests at a luncheon in Trot/ky'.-
Restaurant. Miami Beach.
Monday afternoon the third ses-
sion of the conference began with
the Invocation by Rabbi David I.
Rosenbloom of Miami Beach at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue. An address
of welcome was given by Mr. Philip
Liberman president of the Syna-
gogue and this was followed by pa-
pers on "The Synagogue" by Rabbi
Julius Washer, and "Ceremonials"
by Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Followine
the adjournment of this session
committee meetings were held. A
reception to the Sisterhoods follow-
ed at the home of Mrs. David I
Rosenbloom. wife of the Miami
Beach Rabbi. The same afternoon
Mr. Philip Liberman was host at a
reception to all the Rabbis attend-
ing the conference. Monday night
the last session of the conference
becan at the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Coninet:ation with the invoca-
tion by Rabbi Julius Washer and
an address of welcome by Milton
Weiner president of the Congrega-
tion A paper on "Kashrus" was
read by Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom.
Report of the Committee on the
President's message, and the Com-
mittee on Resolutions were then
presented by Rabbi S. M. Machtei
and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom
chairmen of the respective com-
mittees They are followed
ed by active discussion on the floor
and voting on all resolutions pre-
sented Resolutions adopted appear
elsewhere in thus issue. Following
I he closing remarks of J. L. Shochet
who presided, songs by Cantor Boris
Schlachman. piano solas by Rabbi
A. S. Kleinfeld. all were guests ol
the Ladies Auxiliary at tea. Pur-
suant to a resolution adopted at
the conference the Orthodox and
Conservative laymen of Florida was
organized and the following offic-
ers were elected: President. B. J.
Cohen of Orlando: vice president.
David Moscowitz of Jacksonville:
secretary. Nathan Adelman of
Miami: treasurer. H. M. Jacobs of
St. Petersburg: executive board. J
Louis Shochet of Miami. Sam Sliul-
zer of West Palm Beach. A. Katz
of Tampa. H. Kanner of Orlando.
S. C. Myers of Miami. Jacob Becker
of Jacksonville, and A. Sierkes of
St. Petersburg. Additional repre-
sentatives on the executive board
will be selected to represent each
congreuation in the organization.
The sisterhoods organized tempor-
arily with the selection of Mrs.
Morris D Maraolis of Jacksonville
as temporary chairman. The same
officers will continue in the Con-
ference of Orthodox and Conserva-
tive Rabbis of Florida with Rabbi
A. Burger of St. Petersburg as
president.
Beth David Sisterhood is sponsor-
Ing its annual musical birthday
party on Sunday. February 18th. at
it.- Talmud Torah Hall beginning
at 8:30 when a musical review will J
be presented. Mrs Stanley C. Myers
is chairman in charge of arnume-
The first rehearsal will be
held on Monday evening. January
29th. at the Talmud Torah Hall.
Mr. Jos. Aarons will direct the musi-
cal program.

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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN__ Friday. January 2G. 193^ Many Delegates Attend Sessions CONTINUED FBOM PAGE ONE Cantors Boris Schlachman and Louis Hayman and Mrs. Reiss of New York, with a declamation by Joseph Greenberg. A vote of thanks was extended to Mr. H. M. Drevich prominent communal worker who was chairman ol the Banquet commlttee. Monday morning the delegates wire taken on a tour of the Greater Miami area which included all points of interest, and were then guests at a luncheon in Trot/ky'.Restaurant. Miami Beach. Monday afternoon the third session of the conference began with the Invocation by Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. An address of welcome was given by Mr. Philip Liberman president of the Synagogue and this was followed by papers on "The Synagogue" by Rabbi Julius Washer, and "Ceremonials" by Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Followine the adjournment of this session committee meetings were held. A reception to the Sisterhoods followed at the home of Mrs. David I Rosenbloom. wife of the Miami Beach Rabbi. The same afternoon Mr. Philip Liberman was host at a reception to all the Rabbis attending the conference. Monday night the last session of the conference becan at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Coninet:ation with the invocation by Rabbi Julius Washer and an address of welcome by Milton Weiner president of the Congregation A paper on "Kashrus" was read by Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom. Report of the Committee on the President's message, and the Committee on Resolutions were then presented by Rabbi S. M. Machtei and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom chairmen of the respective committees They are followed ed by active discussion on the floor and voting on all resolutions presented Resolutions adopted appear elsewhere in thus issue. Following I he closing remarks of J. L. Shochet who presided, songs by Cantor Boris Schlachman. piano solas by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. all were guests ol the Ladies Auxiliary at tea. Pursuant to a resolution adopted at the conference the Orthodox and Conservative laymen of Florida was organized and the following officers were elected: President. B. J. Cohen of Orlando: vice president. David Moscowitz of Jacksonville: secretary. Nathan Adelman of Miami: treasurer. H. M. Jacobs of St. Petersburg: executive board. J Louis Shochet of Miami. Sam Sliulzer of West Palm Beach. A. Katz of Tampa. H. Kanner of Orlando. S. C. Myers of Miami. Jacob Becker of Jacksonville, and A. Sierkes of St. Petersburg. Additional representatives on the executive board will be selected to represent each congreuation in the organization. The sisterhoods organized temporarily with the selection of Mrs. Morris D Maraolis of Jacksonville as temporary chairman. The same officers will continue in the Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis of Florida with Rabbi A. Burger of St. Petersburg as president. Beth David Sisterhood is sponsorIng its annual musical birthday party on Sunday. February 18th. at it.Talmud Torah Hall beginning at 8:30 when a musical review will J be presented. Mrs Stanley C. Myers is chairman in charge of arnumeThe first rehearsal will be held on Monday evening. January 29th. at the Talmud Torah Hall. Mr. Jos. Aarons will direct the musical program. GREYHOUND RACING 10 RACKS NIGHTLY POST TIME 8:15 UNDER SUPERVISION STATE RACING COMMISSION WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB WEST FLAOI.KR AT 37TH AVENl'E +— — + + FREE HEALTH LECTURES By DR. LOUIS BLUMER At Temple Theatre X. W. 3rd St. and North River Drive STARTING MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 29th, And continuing Jan. 30-S1, Feb. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7 BEGINNING DAILY AT 2:IS P. M. You Ket a lifetime thrill. These lectures arc diflerent. You will enjoy every moment. Dr. Blumer's work is known to multitudes of people. The results of the Blumer Health System is worth your investigation. 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Friday, January 26, 1934 THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISH!:') KVKKY FRIDAY b> the IjKWISII rl.OMIHAN I'l MI.ISIIIM, CO. I'. O. Dux 2'J73 I Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 A PRAYER OH the occasion of the Mud birthday of President I ranklin Delano Roosn ell EDITORIAL OFFICES: |6L'I S. W. Ilth Avenue Phone 2-1181 J. LOUIS SHOCIIET. Editor %  FRED K. BHOCHET, Circulation Manarrr ICANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative %  Entered *>" MCOnd flans mutter .Inly 4. 11''(". at the Poil Office al Miami. Florida, IUIHI.T I he Art of Man-h :i. 18711. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION .•-.. Month... ... II.M |)ne Year 1 2.00 FRIDAY, JANUANY 26, 1934 Vol. 7 — No. 4 THE Hunger never kicks becau.se the tablecloth i.s soiled. Marriage i.s a lottery in which the spinster doesn't take chances. When one girl meets another she invariably repeats the conversation she had with the last young man she met. The investors do all the paying in many of the paying Investments. If a man ever feels religious it's when he finds himself in a tight place. Women at Santa Fe were awarded a CWA plastering job. We deplore this post-repeal tendency to allow the fair sex in drinking plao. Many a man has been known to get a peck of trouble out a pint fla.sk Michigan nudists petition the Governor to aet aside vacant places where they will have room and privacy. How about some of last year"s banks? You can always borrow trouble Without .security, but the interest is exorbitant. We see by the current quotations from near and far that whisky has become one of the higher things of life. Constructive Criticism Perhaps—even those who are exceedingly wise, thoroughly understanding, and all knowing of the pw. among the leaders of our local lewish communities may sometimes be amenable to criticism. It has been the forte of our faith, to welcome constructive and upbuilding Iritldsm. For thus, and only thus, Duty lollies be avoided. The Jewish loridian believes that calm reflection, thorough study and investigation and clear thinking consideration will in the future avoid puch friction and unpleasantness our Jewish community. The Jew^h faith and the Jewish people owe jtich of their longevity to their reecl of the rights of others. We cord to all the inalienable right to bink and act as lite conscience dieses. |But the need to speak, the ncpisity for caution is BEFORE and tit after something is attempted, fe speak as regards the attempted krmation of A Council of Organizlions. We do not believe that this pamzation as at present conceivand attempted to be organized, conducive to the real welfare of ir Jewish community. We respectlllv refer our readers to the rein ks of Dr. Stephen Wise in dteIssing the organization of the perican Jewish Congress, f'li must be democratic; it must (resent the masses of the people n not the few. otherwise no movehit can succeed." This we comknd to your mature consideration. We pray Thee, O God. who dispenseth salvation unto kings and rulers, and dominions unto princes, whose kingdom Is everlasting, who delivereth his servant David from the perils of the sword, who maketh a way in the sea, and a path through the mighty waters, may Thou preserve, bless, guard, assist and aid FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT the president of these United States. May Thou, the Supreme King of Kings through thy infinite mercy preserve him, and grant him %  : %  long life and deliver him from all manner of trouble and danger. Our Father in heaven, bless Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the president of these I nil. d States, vouschafe him a life of happiness and contentment; guide him by Thy wisdom and in Thy ways, so that all his efforts for the re-establishment of peace, plentitude and tranquility may meet with success for the betterment of all the inhabitants of the United States of America and of the world at large. Amen. The matter of the white hen laying a black egg in St. Louis had best be ignored. We have sex enough now in the literature of the day. It takes an accomplished liar to hand a woman satisfactory compliments. Resolutions Adopted at the Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of Florida 1. Be it resolved, that Though respecting the rights ot every Individual Jew to believe and worship as he may deem proper, this Conference emphasizes that the j future of Jewry lies only with traditional Judaism as promulgated by the Orthodox and Conservative Jewry of America; And this conference representing the vasl majority oi the Jewish residents ot Florida pledges Its eveiy effort towards the teaching and promotion of such traditional j Judaism to the Jewish children and adults Of this State, And be it furth| er resolved that to carry out these purposes every means to spread traditional Judaism, by word of mouth, through the pulpit and the press be employed. And that every Jewish community in the State be contacted for the purpose of spreading traditional Judaism. 2. That a permanent organization of Orthodox and Conservative laymen of Florida be formed to be [Radio Synagog Kabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and lector of the Radio Synagog, will bach over radio -lation WIOD at O'clock on Sunday morning on lie Jew As A Citizen." The proun win be dedicated to Franklin liano Roosevelt, President ol the pied States, on I lie occasion of fifty-second birthday annlverly, on Tuesday. January 30th. The nnon will deal with the Jewish |as concerning citizenship. In pition to the sermon there will be lyers, music, scripture reading, p a question box. known as 'The Orthodox and Conservative Lay Conference ol Florida." That a permanent organic at ion of the Sisterhoods and Auxiliaries ol Orthodox and Con live Congregations ol Llorida be formed, And that such organizations meet semi annually together with the Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis of Florida for the purpose of promulgating traditional Judaism; and all officers be chosen annually. 3. That an interchange of Rabbilive Board of Conference of laymen 5. That this Conference approveall work towards the upbuilding of Palestine and encourages the traditional Jew to a more active participation in all such endeavors. 6. That this Conference support.* and urges upon Its members that i hey aid the work of the Isaac HQchanan Yeshiva, the Jewish Theological Seminary and tin Beth Midrash Latorah of Chicagu 7. That a concerted effort be made by the Conference towards tin ing of a "Kosher Bill" at the m >. session of the legislature of Florida, similar to the one now in effect In the State of New York: that until such law is passed the respect i\ In the pulpits of member Congregacongregations represented at thl liens, from time to time, be urged: Conference urge upon their muntand that particular attention be cipalittes the passage of ordinance! paid to .uch communities as ha\ similar to those in effect In the no spiritual heads, with visits al rjfttea of Miami and Miami Beach; regular intervals by Rabbis of nenr,„„, ,,,.,, „ committee of layi by Congregations. wno obso ,. vo tno dietary laws b< 4. Thai the sum of five hundred formed in each community for th< dollars be raised by the conferenei I purpose ol assisting and aiding their for propaganda work, for the dlsRabbi in the enforcement and Obsemination of literature, and for servance of Kashrus, the Rabbi in such other purposes as may be deemall events to be the sole authority id proper by the officers and execuon any questions of law that may be raised. 8. That all parents are urged to send their children of five years or over to Sunday school: and that all children be sent to daily Talmud Torah as early as passible, and tha: all parents are advised and impressed that in order to properly qualify a boy for Bar Mitzva he should have received at least one year's regular daily attendance at Talmud Torah or Hebrew School. 9. That the State Conference ol Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis appoint a committee on musical and liturgical work whose duty it shall be to recommend suitable hymnals for Sunday schools and Talmud Torah.s. and for such other traditional music as may be required for p rial events. 10. That this conference decries the holding of money raising functions on the Sabbath or Holiday. BS contrary to Jewish principles: and that it condemns the holding of banquets or dinners at treifah I restaurants, or at hotels which do not observe the Jewish dietary laws 11. That the Jewish communities throughout the stale request their proper State, County or municipal school authorities to excuse Jew children from participation ill Christmas and other religion observances at the public schools; and that al least one month in advaiit • of a Jewish holiday 'he pr school authorities be advised to is cii.se Jewish children from at ance on said Holidays iL'. That in accordance with :i"tdilion.s and customs ot the Jew. people ihiconference Implores -hUidance tor President I' velt, his cabinet and all members ol the Federal. State and municipal governments: and thai this conference pledges the same tried and faithful support, that the Jewish people have always accorded the Government and American principles. 13. That this Conference hear approves the action of Senator Millard TydingS ot Maryland and the resolution introduced by him Ul ing a protest by the United States Government to the German Government because of its perescutlon of Jews in that land: and that it support and approval of this resolution upon the Foreign ti> la Committee of the United States Senate; and l>\ the Senate: members of the House of Rep: tatlvea from the State of Florid i. 14. That the Rabbis and layme-i are urged to immediately inaugurate and foster Jewish Youth Clubs and adult study courses throughout the state for the promotion of traditional Judaism. 15. Whereas the Florida State Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen encompasses both the larger cities of Florida and the smaller Jewish communities; and. Whereas the Conference needs a medium for reaching the organizations and individuals comprising these Jewish communities in the State of Florida; and. Whereas I he Jewish Floridian is the only Anglo-Jewish weekly published in the State of Florida which has for the greatest length of time consistently and regularly catered each week to the greatest number of Jewish readers in practically all puts of the State of Florida, to the extent that they depend, in a large measure, upon the Jewish Floridian for then news of Jewish activities within the -State of Florida, as well as for new,of general Jewish interest : BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, That the Jewish Floridian be, and hereby Is, designated the official organ of the Florida State Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen. 16. Votes Ol thanks were accorded the Miami Daily News, The Miami Herald Beth David Synagogue. Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and their respective ladies organizations, to H. M. Drevlch chairman of the Banquet Committee. Cantor Boris Schlac Inn.m and all members of the Miami Convention Committee for their help in making tin. conference a success. Alter Greek Law Making Yom Kippur National Resl Day Saloniki.—Under pressure from the anti-Semitic parties, the Greek government has officially withdrawn Its recenetly enacted ordinance proclaiming Yom Kippur a national day ol rest for the inhabitant.ol the country. Henceforth only Jew will have to abstain from work on thl Da] ft Atonement. Christianand other non-Jews will remain th( v pit ,t e on tha; day.


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wJewisti Illariidliiai in M7. No. 4 j O R i p .v s ONLY JKWISH WKKKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1934 Price Five Cent Jewish News Around The World Wilcntz Appointed AttorneyGeneral of New Jersey Trenton, N. J — David T. Wilentz b: Perth Amboy, chairman of the Middlesex County Democratic Committee, lias been nominated for atjorney general of New Jersey by governor Harry Moore. Mr. Wilentz, mose appointment must be ratified ly the legislature, is the first Jew to pold that office in New Jersey. • • • London—As a result of the recent |iscussion in Egypt between Colonial fillister Cunliffe-Lister and High 'ommlssioner Wauchope of PalesIne the British Colonial Office is [ported to have reached a decision in ii.s future policy toward Jewish numeration in Palestine. While litre is no indication as to what f> decision Is. it is understood that. will be made public after the (mi-Jewish demonstration planned the Arabs in Palestine. uy 16. >My Dear Fellow-Jews of Greater Miami: i ;un addressing myself to you as intelligent people. For the past few years, tin Jewish Welfare Bureau—your local charity organization, has receive! most ol Its funds from the Community ch st. The records of the Chest show that we. the lees to the Chesl than the amount the chest gave Jewish people of the city, have contributed much to our Bureau. This, despite the tact thai we are given credit as a very charitable people who always take care oi our own. Fortunately, that Is not true of Jewish communities elsewhere. Todav. you and I are called upon to do our part In the present campaign of the Jewish Welfare Bureau to meet its annual budget. u y,"'! WO i' know thal tne Bureau takes care cf the needy, underprivileged, undernourished, and lehabilitate.s broken homes oi Jewish families. CONTRIBUTION. The Bureau helps maintain for the Jewish people oi the city, a position of dignity in the community. We are asking people of our faith who can give, to help those of our faith who need help We c;.n only recognize, in this campaign, two classes of Jews, those who give and those who need. If ii who can give, will give to the Bureau, the Bureau will c/ive to those who need. Our hope is to get 500 Jews of this city to contribute $10.00 annually and that, with larger contributions and other activities of the Bureau, will eliminate campaigns, Why should it be necesV lor committees who are as busy as you. to call on you and ask you to do vour duty. Providence has been kind to you this year. Others are still experiencing depression. We are having a good season. Remember then, your du lea and obligations to those who are less fortunate On Sunday evening. The Ladies' Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Bertha Levy, are giving bridges in many of the hotels and apartment houses on Miami Beach. Why should not each of us arrange lor a card party and procure tickets from Mrs. Levy. In that way we can extend our help in the Again as intelligent people, I call upon you to do your duty. HARRY I. LIPTON. C Campaign Committee Many Delegates Attend Sessions |See Government Policy Ruining Palestine Tourist Industry Yiddish Show Chairty Drive To Be Presented ls Continued Jerusalem.The Palestine govrnmenfs new and ruthless policy wards so-called illegal tourists |li<> remain In the country longer pan the time called for their visas ruining the tourist. Industry a legation of Jewish. Mohammedan ticl Christian tourist agents declarB conference with Mr. Hull. hi'-i secretary ol the government, lie delegation pointed out that \> reports of tourists being houndhas Frightened prospective visitaway from Palestine, Meanmovemenl Is on fool to |Ve the Jewish National Council Jclalm a one-day Jewish strike a protest against the new uiiniiItion rest net ions. phop Manning Flays Nazi Persecution of .lews in Good-will Plea \York, Returning a visll that late Louis Marshall made to the ral ol St. John the Divine. Rev. William T. Manning, btestant Episcopal Bishop of New rk, speaking at a good-will pro[ui In Temple Adaath Israel in Bronx, made a vigorous plea for r '-racial and Inter-religious I-will in the course of which he lounced the persecution of the In Germany as having "no %  Be in the world among decent civilized men." in an effective Jn for racial tolerance. Bishop fining urged all to speak out % "ist racial, social and economic listlce both here and abroad. erring to the fad thai the spl 11 freliglon can draw all races toOier. lie pointed out that in the sacred place in the Cathedral lie are two Menorah lights prtl''ci by Adolph s. ochs, publishjof the New York Times, and It the flag in the synagogue fci'e he spoke had been donated iJohn D. Rockefeller. Jr. For the first time this season a company composed of the well known Yiddish actor Joseph Kaminsky, aided by other local and OUt of town actors, will be seen In a Yiddish play "Should a Woman Tell?" A melodrama replete with action during every moment oi its presentation, featuring ten well known and popular Yiddish songs, it affords a variety of entertainment that Greater Miami cannot otherwise obain. Even the non-Yiddish understanding theatre goer will enJoy a visit to such a performance berau.se of the insight it afford.one into Jewish life. The part of the comedian will be played by Miami's beloved amateur performer Mr. Joseph Oreenberg while others assisting are Miss Nma Seideiman of New York. Julius Feinberg of Jacksonville. MRS. Relss of New York. Harry Oreenberg, well known for his Yiddish acting through the state ol Florida, and Harrv Rose Of Miami formerly of Baltimore. An orchestra will accompany the musical numbers. Tickets for the event Which Will be held at the Temple Theatre On next Monday evening. January 29th, have been fixed at very low and popular prices to afford an opportunity to attend and may be obtained from any member of the committee or at the box office on the day of the performance. Public Exam Is Postponed The public examination of the Talmud Torah pupils of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation scheduled for next Monday, has been set for next Tuesday afternoon. January 30th, beginning at 4:30 at the Synagogue. Completing the first week of its drive the teams of the Jewish Welfare Bureau fund raising campaign have raised about one third of the goal .set in cash and pledges. Harry I. Lipton general chairman of the campaign is urging a whirlwind finish in order that the goal set maj be obtained by next week and to cany out this spectacular close simultaneous bridge games uncle: the leadership ol the women's team will be held in a number of Miami Beach hotels and apartment houses. the proceeds ol which will aid the drive, Admiral Hotel. Belvedere Hotel. La Salle Hotel. Madison Hotel. Barbara Jean Mansions. Euclid Apartments, Fernwood Apts., Muriel Apt.s.. Welling Apts. Hotel, Victoria Apts., Hotel Helene and the Wm. Penn Hotel are among those sponsoring this simultaneous bridge party, which Is a history making event in this area. A Charity Night at all race tracks on one night Is being arranged with all former Community Chest organizations sharing in the proceeds, if necessary, the campaign will last into next week to enable the teams to see all Jews of Greater Miami. Benefit Dance Will Be Held Final plans for the annual benefit dance of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to be held at the Mahi Shrine Temple on Tuesday evening February 8th are now being completed. Plans include an evening gala entertainment In which prominent stars now In the Greater Miami area will be presented in addition to the usual dancing In charge oi a arrangements Is a committee headed by Mrs. J. L. Shochet who is being assisted by Mesdames P, Berkowitz, c Tannerbaum, Nathan Adelman, Max Kupferstein, Max Rappaport, Sylvia Feldman, II. Kotkin. and T. Kotkin. Plans include arrangements of booths typical ol Jewish historical events, in which flowers, drinks, and other refreshments and novelties will be sold. Birthday Party To Be Given Beach Chamber To Select Officers Celebrating the birthday of President Roosevelt, the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, will sponsor a birthday celebration at the vestry roms of i its Synagogue next Tuesday eveI ning. January 30th. beginning at I 8 p. M. Entertainment will be proI vided and cards will be enjoyed. Prizes will be awarded for attend. Mesdames Chas. Tannenbaum and Max Kupferstein are hos! teases for this event Twenty-six members of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce have been nominated for the board of governors In the primary election conducted recently by mail. They are Thomas J. Pancoast. John A. Cook. jr.. J. Harvey Robillard, C. W. Chase, jr., R. L. Ellis. Sol Goldstrom, Dr. Ellsha A. King, Charles 8. Krom. Charles L. SelecmanFlamen B Adae. J. A. Benson. W. L. Philbrick, Walter J. Reid. Dr. Frank H. Davis. F. K. Ebersole. E. P. Maule. R. A. Niceley. C. L. Clements, Carl G. Fisher. Harrison McCready. A. L. Bowes. J. P. Simmons. W. O. Rouse. Philip Liberman, Thomas H. Beddall and Jesse P. Montz. What will remain as one of the mast important events in the annals of the Jewish history of the State of Florida was the Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of Florida held in Miami and Miami Beach last Sunday and Monday. Delegates from Tampa. Orlando. St. Petersburg. Petersburg, Jacksonville. West Palm Beach and the local Congregations attended. Sunday morning the Radio Synagog dedicated its services to the conference and had as guest speakersRabbis Adolph Burger of Tampa and Morris D. Margolls of Jacksonville. The first session of the Conference was held at Beth David Synagogue, when the conference was opened with an invocation by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Dr. Geo. Henry Bradford representing the City of Miami welcomed the delegates to the city. Stanley C. Myers president of Beth David welcomed the delegates to Beth David. The reading of the president's message by Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa followed brief opening remarks by J. Louis Shochet. chairman of the Miami Convention committee. Appointment of a Resolutions committee, and a committee on the president's message then followed after which the session was adjourned. All Rabbis and lay delegates wire the gui in Beth David Auditorium of the combined Sisterhoods of Greater Miami at a tea. The second session began with the reading of papers on "Adult. Education" by Rabbi Margolis of Jacksonville, and "Religious Education" by Rabbi Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg A discussion of both papers followed Committee sessions were then held and was followed by separate section meetings of Rabbis. laymen and Sisterhoods At the meeting of the laymen a discussion was led on "Awakening of Jewish Consciousness" bv B. J. Cohen of Orlando and was participated in by delegates from the different cities. Sunday evening all gathered at Beth David Auditorium for the Welcome Banquet, at which all nut of town delegates were the guests of the Miami delegations. The invocation was offered by Rabbi B. Safer of Orlando. Addresses were made by Rabbis Burger. Kleinfeld. Margolis. Rosenbloom. Safer. Shapiro. Maehtei and Washer. Among the others who spoke were Harry I Lipton on behalf of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. B J. Cohen of Orlando. Mrs. Klsler of Tampa. Adolph Katz of Tampa. Sam Shutzer of West Palm Beach. H. M Jacobs of St. Petersburg. David Moscowitc of Jacksonville. Harry Wasserman of Miami Beach, Harry Markowit* and Milton Weiner Among those introduced during the evening were Jos. M. Fine. W. L. Williams. Philin Berkowitz, Nathan Adelman. I. L. Mintzer. and Louis Weinkle. Taking part in the musical program were CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX


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Friday, January 26. 1934 THE JEWISH FLORID SOCIETY Because of the death of the fathIr of Mrs. Sam Katz. chairman of %  lie Senior Hadassah sewing circle, I all day sewing session was postponed indefinitely. Announcement If the resumption of this activity be made shortly. • • • Beth David Sisterhood is sponpring a supper and card party at Is Talmud Torah Hall next Sunday %  vening January 28th with service rom 6 to 8:30. All are invited to atlend. The Annual Purim Dance of lie organization will be held at the %  ahl Shrine Temple on Tuesday, larch 6th. • • • True to its reputation of being he fastest game in the world jai |lai kerns its fans on their feet all In time with the narrow contests |iid always uncertain results. Large rowds attend the Biscayne Fronbn nightly, and such lovers of feort as the Florida magnate HenL. Doherty is seen in attendance hree or four times weekly. Fast plough as are the singles and doumatches, none ran equal the Mi'iiing like rapidity of the play the big game of the evening, the .... triples contest. Champions of the sport from Spain, Cuba, the Argentine and other Latin countries are seen in action. It is a trip well I worth while for the resident and %  visitor. • • • Last week the daily doubles resulted In a remarkable price of more than eight hundred dollars being paid on a two dollar bet at the beautiful West Flagler Kennel Club track. This track which was the first to open this season has been carrying crowds nightly to witness races between some of the finest dogs in the country. The pari mutuels has been paying splendidly to those betting and for lovers of dogs, the track affords sport not otherwise obtained. • • • The first of a .series of chain fund card parties sponsored for Beth David Sisterhod will be held at the Nemo Hotel Wednesday evening. February 7th. with Mesdames M. Scheinberg and A. Orovitz In charge. The public is invited to attend. AN Page Five RABBI MAYER FREED who arrived here last week is the field secretary of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva. and Yeshlva College at New York. He will remain here several weeks in the interests of this institution. rents, their son Alfred and thenniece Evelyn. While here they are being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz of this city. Announcements! r i VOLI 1 >w horn ll:3 r n.l >i no p. M. 20c till 6:30—Evening S5c Matinees Daily |MIII.-.AII)II.-TUCS. Jan. 38-89-30 JEAN IIAKI.OW CLARK GABLE fJIold Your Man" Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold its annual birthday bridge luncheon at the Hangar of the PleetWOOd Hotel on Monday. February 5th, when a gala program of entertainment will be presented. Reservations at $1.50 per plate may be made with any member of the committee. Mrs. Herbert E. Kleiman, chairman Is being assisted by Me dames Sue Nevlns, Gordon Davis. Henry Williams. Joseph Williamson. Tobias Simon. Jules Perlman and Harry Rubin. %  "" LJOIDU —I JHEfDELBERG JEfDELBERfi, „ m JEER GARDEN z> TRY THE ROSKDALK DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT the finest in Real Home Cooked Jewish Food Daily 170 N. W. 5th Street CHOICE DELICATESSEN EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD' v.^>.^..^ ••• • • • IJI St 2-St" Senior Hadassah is sponsoring an afternoon bridge on Wednesday. January 31st. beginning at 2 o'clock at Trotzky's Restaurant, Miami Beach. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. Mesdames Julius Simpson and Lee Lobenthal are cochairmen of this affair. The public is urged to attend. Ve Will Make Any Car Look Like New •'< %  Have Been Doing It For 20 Years PAINTING IODY AND FENDER WORK |KNKINS & FREY 1233 N. E. First Ave. 8. If this ad is brought In Hi this Job it will save you 5%. 'tit forget It. White Oak Leather lalf Soles 35c %  LADIES HEELS i.-.rl IATLANTIC SHOE SHOP I §40 N. E. Nirst Are. Opp. Cork* Hotel' REMEMBER — white oak — [Leather Will Wear Longer. I Pive It a Test and Time Will Tell. m Mrs. Lena Alpert is sponsoring the first of a series of bridge parties for the benefit of Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter next Wednesday evening. January 31st, at 1459 I N. W. First st. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments wlil be served. Out of town delegates to the conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and laymen attended a luncheon last Monday afternoon at Trotzky's Restaurant Miami Beach at which singing was led by Cantor Boris Schlachman, Rabbi Morris D. Margolis of Jacksonville and Rabbi Alex S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg. Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa presided at this luncheon. • • • Final plans are now being concluded for the gala smoker being sponsored on Wednesday. Februarj 7th, at the clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A. for its members and their friends. A program of entertainment will be presented and refreshments will be served. Admission will be by invitation only. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Phil Welner of the Greenpoint Pipe and Metal Co. of New York arrived here this week to spend several weeks. They were accompanied by Mr. Welner's paCONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) ill Wuhlnitnn Ave.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi, Late Services will be in charge ol Sisterhood. The invocation will be offered by Mrs. Wm. Friedman; the Shmone Esra by Mis Lewis Brown, and the benediction bj Mr Morris Dubler. A sermonette on Sisterhood Work" will be delivered by Mrs. Joseph M. Pine, B past president of the sisterhood The guesl speaker ol the evening will be Mr. Max Rudensky representative of the Jewish National Fund. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) I54", S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Early services begin at 5 p. m. With the late services at 8:30 when the Rabbi will preach on "The Paen of Victory." Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha at 5 p. m. followed by Shalosh Saudah and Maariv. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conaervatire) 1.19 N. W. Third Arenu. MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Early services begin at 5 P. M. : with the late services at 8 P. M. when Mrs. M. Mills chairman of the Speakers Bureau of the Women's League of the United Synagogues of America will speak on "Jewish Women of Yesterday and Today." Cantor Schlachman will direct the chanting. Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish. Mincha at 5 P. M. will be followed by Shalosh Saudah and Maariv. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform I 117 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Regular Friday night services begin at 8:15. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermon will be "The Conflict Between Pleasure and Happiness." The public is welcome. have been the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Stone, left Wednesday for Miami. • • Mrs. Belle Hoffman spent Tuesday in Orlando. • • • Murray Kanner and Louis Blumberg spent the week-end in Sanford. • • • Mr. Adolph R. Prensky was host at an informal party on Monday evening, honoring Mr. Morris Levine. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation Ohev Sholem sponsored a benefit bridge in the Vestry rooms of the Synagog on Monday evening. • • • Norman Gaber is spending a few days in Miami. • • • Bernard Hoppenfield, of New York, is spending the week-end In Orlando. • • o Harry Crannerman. of Savannah, spent several days in Orlando. I : : m 5? PIGGLY WIGGLY i 5LEL IN THE HEART OF YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Owned and Operated by LOCAL PEOPLE I X< Orlando, Fla. The many friends of Mr. Leo Prledberg will regret to learn of his Illnaaa Mr. and Mrs. A. Applebaum of New York, have arrived in Orlando for the winter. • • • Mrs. C. M. Lyons and daughter. Sally, who for the past two weeks WHAT'S BEST TO EAT? There's No Difficulty When You Dine At WYLY' HALCYON GRILL 28 N. E. 2nd Avenue BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH 11:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. Me to 40c DINNER 5:30 to 12. P. 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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 26. 1934 SOCIETY v More than five hundred nn 1 women taxed the capacity ol Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last Friday night to hear Arthur Brisbane, noted editor and columnist, discuss Jewish events and personalities. Mr. Brisbane was very ei ..ally received by the large audience and expressed thanks to Philip Berkowitz through effort hi was the guest ol the Synagogue. Mr Brisbani deliver another address Synagogue at an early date. Palmei one of Ml t 39 N. E ; street, with an add:' at 139 Seybold %  .. .: : %  %  er here. In for mi : shoes for woi •: Tl %  %  M ': %  Shoe B x %  Palmi r's %  -. : 11 rat :. the r. .I Mi H M thi I Witl men'* Jean I llano in ultrae\" [ r -* ?e* much more for r's rcney in *eTo;cs;s STCRES •for 'iforT^^cn vr'rte of visit your local Di".. or du^orized Bill, a Real Seminrile Indian. W rt.lle the Alligator Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale TO BBT TIIKKK— Tak* An> Knrllire < ar or !>ri>e Wa| nn Flafler and North on 27th Atrnut PLAYIXG AT THE -I II .\\ I. THEATRE Mr and Mrs E Epstein Mount N. C -. %  .•:.. %  -'•%  •' M %  '** 8 .-.'• • : II Man) it-of-i visitoi from : i mei tlnj r tin M Monday %  Miss 1 Miss 1 : M Senior 1 %  %  %  S 11 %  : %  mittee that tickets for this affair grand instructor of District 29 at regular meeting in the Scottish of the local Jewish popuRite Temple Thursday. February | 8th. at 8 p. m. All visiting Eastern | Mans students from the UniverStars are invited to attend. Re .. i: .,. pjegen, rreahmento will be served and a pro. | tlvi mi mb(:of tlus fraternity ,;.. t< d 'ci attend his affair mter-semester holidays, A important meeting of the 8U-1 oig the local alumni of this terhood of Chesed Shel Bmete u\' fraternity are: Aaron Kanner. Joe be held next Tuesday. January 30. B. Schwartz Morris Saloman, Jos. ln e home of Mrs. I. Siegel. 321 gram will be presented. 5C3ER" MON SOMtKi .-. new song hit writby Herb ] %  %  • • • %  I M ': • : : intrj : ::. SUpan old and interioi ight entry to tl of the pic. treatment Ized Early American B stirring appeal by Rabbi David I Rosenbloom last Saturday morning during services at Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami Beach, more than one thousand dollars was d towards the building fund for the erection of a Talmud Torah idioimnc the synagogue. Building rations will bee in shortly. a a • Rabbi and Mi M rris D Margolu wen the house guests of Rabbi and Mrs David I. Rosenbloom for the week end during their at%  l dance at the statewide conferOrthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of Florida • • • Rabbi Max D fc.......ro accompanied by Stanley C Myers left last : i ten day business and trip to New York City. Mr and Mrs H p Miller of Balthe house guesl I Mi and Mr ity • • • Arrangements have been completed for the staging of the Tau n Phi Alumni Dance to be liven at the Coral Gables Country Club Wednesda ..-. January 31. Tickets for the affair hav< been buted during the past week to the various alumni and friends of this social organization and a large attendance is expected This outstanding fraternal dance is being heartily backed by the alumni members of this city, who are planning to attend this affair en masse. It was announced by the chairman of the arrangements comG. Shapiro. Frank Williamson. Sidill. Sheldon Dubler. Albert Dubbin. Harry Kaplna. Joseph Davis Samuel Deck. Ous Feuer. Nathan Dubler. Leo Kupper. Herbert Hodes. and Clarence Feuer. Baye Blanck. a • • Junior Council of Jewish %  '. men will hold a special meeting : Monday. January 29th. at the home of Mrs Bessie Wernikoff to kc final arrangements for the Mother Goose party sponsored by tlon to be held on WedJanuary 31st, at the home : Miss C"..: :"]rie Rappaport. 830 N V7. 36th St. At this special membership party prizes will be awardfor the most original costumes. I : %  • .;. a idi ci by Mrs Bi ii ed by •port. Betty Q : Zina ECasanoff. A n Council will !> %  • if January Hoi N. W. 2nd ave. urged to attend. 4 All members art Adult. 2fc Children lit Bo. OttlN opens 6 30 [ p.m. Sunday l Evenings 20c j Sun.-Mon.-TMa, Jan. !X-'!!i-30 j ANN HARDING ROBERT MONTGOMERY 'When Ladies Meet' MVRNA LOY Phone 2-fi.Ml (j-ala Performance of I pter O. 1 Nam %  • Rlckard : thi Grand I Florl and Ellen Deei Joseph M. Fine 1 I NERAL DIRECTO Associated With '"Should A Woman 1 Tell?" A POWERFUL MELODH d iii Yiddish By an ALL STAR < Vl JOSEPH KAMINSKY Ol New York Monday, Jan. 29th At the Temple Theatre TICKETS Mc and 75e | May be obtained from men of the committee or at box office! on the date of performance j & iJZfafgra JaJZfaraarera^HJ^rare^^ For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT tAPT. TOM'S I LSI I MART OUR PRICES ARE IUI LOWEST Our l.sh arc the treshest — C* uf ht bv our own bo Jts daily "AXTourt^L^u 1 2.i r > b -and at "'"actively SjSS^JTSK^SSm %  "-"> %  root is in ob-.mitary ru rs and regulations.