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 Floridiari
No. 5
1 J.OKIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1934
Price Five Cemi
iwish News
.round The
World
nuient's Firmness Quids
|tl-8emltes in Roumanla
krest.Impressed with the
kcu government's business-
like and determined effort to main-
tain old'-I' In Roumania at all casts.
the Htl-Semitlc students have
^^H i' "niuii ki in
all thg universities. Everywhere
order low prevails as the Iron
^^^^^ in
Whethgr the government will deal
with tie Cuzlsl anti-Semites in the
same Mgorous manner as it has
^^^^H the
doubtA, although foreign minister
Tltuleatu is known to have demand-
as a Anhtion to Ins joining the
cablnsMthat the Cuzist.s be regard-
ed as part of the anti-Semitic move-
ment.
3 MsMHiii i ini-i-. in Prussia
Dissolved
^Hdia Names to City
Offices
^oil; Mayor I.a Ouardia
has filled 'wo important commis-
^^ks with prominenl Jews
RobB^Hlo.se.s. slate park commis-
siosua^Hs been named head of the
^Bisnhdatcd department ol
parkS^Bd Paul Moss, theatrical
producer,
commlssio:
rtah l)n, ten- Finds Vaccine for
Mill.mill, Paralysis
few 4r Tin developmenl of a
vaccine
vance
loure
Igarded as a major ad-
Icience'a fight to discovei
infantile paralysis has
unced by Dr, Maurice
BO-year-old Jewish physi-
pttawa, Oanand, has been
experiments at the Wil-
ier Hospital. Dr. Brody'i
^^H obtained by taking
dly latentilc paralysis virus and
ting it with formaline, a germ
Igets the Virus from the
of monkeys Infected
itile paralysis.
BerUS Dissolution of the three
Masonic lodges of Prussia has been
ordered -by Premier Herman Wil-
helm Cilering. By the terms of
Goeringja order the Indues are per-
mitted^ liquidate their affairs
withoufcB consult ing the mother
lodges. Bloc indues, which barred
Jews, BVeriii their international
Masonlowei.itmn- in i!iH. Masonic
lodges Bvrankfui andm Mam and
Hamburg were c'lssolved several
months ago.
Revudoni I il< il lm- Stmiiiii;
British Embassy in Warsaw
Warsaw M. Melol/.ki and S Tati-
shinski,h' two Revisionists
were foun ol smashing win-
dows ialtl.i British Embassy as a
protest Bninst. immigration restric-
tions BjPaie.stme, have been sen-
tenced te six months Imprisonment.
A representative of the British em-
^BBBfks I he
tence wa.
Annual Dance
Is Next Tuesday
What promises to 1-e OIK ol the
outstanding events ol the current
season Is the third annual benefit
ball sponsored by the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation next Tuesday evening
February 6th. The event which will
be given at the Mahi Shrine Temp:.
Biseavne Boulevard at 14th streel
will have a number of local night
club stars appearing during the eve-
ning to entertain the guests. The
proceeds of this event arc used to-
wards the Talmud Torah fund of
tl.....rganlzation and helps pay for
those children receiving their n-
ligiOUS training free of cost. Booths
for the sale of goodies and foods
will be decorated in keeping with
Jewish national events and will be
in charge ol members of the or-
ganization, several surprises havi
been prepared by the committee di-
recting the event and will be in the
form of novelty events. D.inein
will begin at 0 and will last until
the wee hours of the morning. In
charge ol arrangements la a com-
mit tee headed by Mrs. J. L. S'.ioche'.
The chairman Is being assisted by
Mi \. Blumberg assistant chair-
man. The reception committee con-
i Mesdames Ida Buckstein. P.
Berkowitz, Nina Kotkin, and Louis
Pallott. Mrs. chas. Tannenbaum Is
ticket chairman; committee on re-
in hmciits is headed by Mi
Adelman who Is being aided b; Mes-
dames Max Rappaport and Morris
Kotkin. Mrs Max Kupferstein Is In
charge of drinks; Mesdames Sylvia
Peldman and < leo. (loldberg are In
char [i ol flowers, with candli
cigaretti.- in charge ol Mrs, '
Abramson and Mrs. Harry Kotkin.
ThO e who desire to play cards will
be taken care ol adjoining the ball-
room.
Rabbi Gives
Butcher Hearing
After a hearing given to Max
Nussbaum Of the Miami Beach
Kosher Market at Miami Beach last
Saturday night at which time Wit-
nesses were examined. Rabbi David
I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. Miami Beach adjourned
the hearing to Sunday night. At this
second hearing Jack Nussbaum a
member of the firm after a thor-
ough grilling by the Rabbi admit ted
that he had purchased non-kosher
meats under assumed names for
the firm; he declined to divulge the
names of the customers to whom
these treifah meats had been sold:
it was admitted that they had vio-
lated the terms ol the agreement
under which the butcher shop had
been placed under the Rabbi's sup-
ervision. Monday Rabbi Rosenbloom
announced that he had withdrawn
hi- supervision and demanded that
the firm remove the kosher sign
from their windows. He further
recommended that his congrega-
tion direct the attention of the City
authorities to the violation of the
city ordinance referring to kosher
meats.
An Open Letter
TO BF.TII JACOB
CONG.. ITS MEMBERS AM)
WORSHIPPERS
Fund Campaign
To Continue
When, several months ago, as
your Rabbi I began to work for you
and the Jewish community to in-
sure that meat sold to you as
"Kosher" was, in fact, kosher in the
fullest sense of the word. I knew
and realized that it meant untold
work and hardships. I called butch-
ers together, sliochtim together,
and finally obtained the written
agreement of all butchers in Miami
Beach with the exception of one.
The agreement was definite, ex-
plicit and was designed for the
purpose of making certain that the
butchers would observe "Kashrus
rules and regulations."
Last Friday my attention was
called to certain facts which were
astounding. An investigation and a
visit to Armour A Co, disclosed that
the Miami Beach Kosher Market
operated by M. Nussbaum and Sons
had. under assumed names, been
purchasing treifah meats and sell-
ing them. A visit to their butcher
store revealed two pieces of beef
which convinced me beyond any
doubt that they were treifah. On
Saturday niuht I sent for the pro-
prietor, and in the presence of
Rabbi Washer and several tourists.
i confronted Max Nussbaum with
the facts. I need not go further in-
to the tacts which were disgraceful,
except to say that in the presence
of Miami Beach residents and tour-
ists, .lack Nussbaum definitely con-
fessed that under the names of .1.
J. Black. I. A .1. Market he had
purchased "treifah" meats. He re-
fused to give a list of his customers
who bad purchased these treifah
meats from them.
After a thorough consideration of
all the facts I immediately with-
drew my "Hashgocho and super-
vision" from this store, and direct
ed him to remove the "kosher" sign
from his windows. I further recom-
mended that he be prosecuted for
a violation of the city ordinance.
I have eome to the definite con-
clusion that single handed I can
accomplish nothing. According to a
resolution adopted at the recent
conference of Orthodox and Con-
servative Rabbis and Laymen of
Florida, all communities were urg-
ed to have a "V'aad Hakashruth"
formed of laymen with the Kabbi
to assist. This I Urge upon the
Greater Miami community.
However, because of the unfortun-
ate disclosures I have- just men-
tioned, I feel that in fairness to
myself, and more in fairness to the
Jewish observing public, and be-
cause of the fact that with the pres-
ent arrangements I can no longer
conscientiously guarantee that those
under my supervision are strictly
kosher. I regretfully withdraw mv
supervision from every butcher and
every meat and poultry establish-
ment in Greater Miami.
I pledge my unqualified support
and untiring efforts, at all times, to
aid and assist in any and every
movement which can accomplish
and insure Kashrus. I urge it as a
solemn duty on all Jews that they

With the hall mark reached In
the goal set by the Campaign Com-
mittee for the raising of funds for
the Jewish Welfare Bureau, Mr
Harry I. Upton chairman of the
campaign committee anounced thai
at the urgent request ol the mem-
bers ol the various teams engaged
m the drive, it would be continued
for several weeks longer to enable
the amount sought t'i be raised
Last Sunday night the simultan-
eous bridges held throughout Miami
Beach resulted in several hundred
dollars being raised by the Women'
teams for the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau. This is the first time in local
history that such a novel event was
arranged.
This is the first year that the
Jewish Welfare Bureau, taking care
of the needy Jews in Greatei
Miami, will be without the support
of the Community Chest recently
disbanded. In addition to the usual
relief work engaged In by the Bu-
reau and the rehabilitation work
carried on by the organization, the
budget this year calls tor the or-
ganization of a Free loan Fund to
enable the small merchant to bor-
row sufficient to take care of him-
self and not to become a ward ol
charity.
The campaign which is now be-
ginning it- tenth day lias been un-
der the direction ol Mr. Harry I
Lipton general chairman of the
campaign committee 11 < Is being
ii ii' Stanlej C. Myers chair-
man nt the mii and Mn
Bertha B. Levy chi th<
Women's Division. This Is the til '
i tnatic countywide campaign
instituted by the organization sin
its inception some years ago, Among
those who have done exceptionally
able work for the campaign Is Pln-
cus Schelnberg, a past president ol
tin organization.
Temple Sponsors
Birthday Bridge
Sisterhood of Temple Israel will
give Its annual birthday bridge
luncheon February 5, at The Han-
gar. Fleet wood Motel. Mrs. Herbert
E, Kleiman, chairman, Is being as-
sisted by Mrs. Jules I'earlman, Mrs.
Harry Nevins, Mrs Henry Williams.
Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Mi
Tobias Simon. Mrs Harry Rubin,
Mrs. Gordon Davis and Mrs. Rose
Miles.
Table prizes Will be awarded and
reservations may be made with any
committee member or at the hotel,
The Sisterhood will sponsor event.-
next month: Garden bridge, Feb-
ruary 12, home ot Mrs. M. Rubin,
1419 Meridian avenue; dinner dance'
at the New Deauville. February 14;
annual garden party. Februai
organize a "Committee on Kash-
rus" immediately. To such a com-
mittee I shall be happy to give the
benefit of my experience and such
aid and advice as they shall request
of me.
(Signed)
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM
[ Announcements!
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthadax)
I54.1 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Early en It 11 at 6:18 p. m. will
be followed by the late services at
8:30 when a sermon will be preach-
ed by the Rabbi on "A Tribute to
Woman." The usual congregational
sinuing and chanting will be en-
joyed. Saturday morning service)
begin at 9 a. m. Mincha at 5 p. m
followed by Shalosh Saudah and
Marriv.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conicrvative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Early services at 5 are followed
by the late services at 8 p. m. when
the Rabbi will preach the sermon.
Cantor Louis Hayman will chant
the services and conduct the con-
lonal smmng assisted by the
choir. Saturday morning sen mi
begin at 8 a. m. Junior congrega-
tion led by Cantor Kaminsky meets
at 10:30.
The Rabbi's subject tonight is:
"The Fate ol An ideal." Visitor:
night will be celebrated and re-
freshments w .11 be .served.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform i
117 N. I:. NlnnlcwnUl Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
gin at 8:15. Tl Dr Kap-
lan's .sermon will be "In Life the
shortest Distance Is th< I
Line."
publl well ome.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox!
311 Wanhinutnn Ave.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
BETH JACOB CONG.
The early services at h p. m will
be followed by the late service at
8 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach
on "The preamble to the Jewish
Constitution." Cantor Samuel Kan-
taroff of New York will chant the
services Friday night and Saturday
morning. At the Saturday morning
services Rabbi Mayer Freed of New
York a renowned Jewish orator will
be the guest speaker. Sanford Bern-
stein, son of Mr and Mrs. J. Bern-
stein of New York will be Bar
Mit/va. and will recite the Haftoro
and deliver a brief address. Mincha
at S will be followed by the Shalosh
Saudah and Maariv. Classes In Ayln
Yaakov are conducted daily be-
tween Mincha and Maariv by tin
Rabbi.
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 "Nakedness Reevealed." In addi-
tion to the sermon there will be
prayers, music, scripture reading,
and a question box.


Paue Two
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. February 2. 19:14
SOCIETY
.U VC AT THE
Til ME. THEATRE
A representative audience of resi-
md isltor 1 (ndi d
: .,. tie Yiddish play
presented al the Temple Theatre
as) Monda night. The 1 1
1 Idman a
;:-.. iccompanled by Harry Rose
he lello ind ither member:
of thi 1 wai huaiai tlcal
endid : b
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Burdine'3
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FOR MISS JL MOR
A "Sun-shine Fashion
of her own
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lest : honor ven Mn
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Mrs. Sand Paul. Minn.
Miss Phyllis Mann of New York
cousin I Mn ickerman, who la
visiting 1 1. Isted 1
'Lady For a Da-' la a creec
idaptation ol one ol Damon Run-
von s fa .. \i in
authority on New York Great
White Way and ind
darker Mew v rk life,
1 a 11 er I'
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by m.i bsoi \ ..
ill who
frequent Broadway "Happy 1
arks, la
[ambl-
ers of the metropolis and
I :
1 creen.
in the <
'Lady For a Day rill be
e Tlvoll Theatre next Sunday
tnd Monday are Olenda Farrell.
Barry Norton, Jean Parker. Guy
EClbbee. and Walter Connolly.
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Barash and
1 Brooklyn. M Y. are
eats of their suiter and
.. ., \ Mr ind Mra Joseph
nberg of this
Mrs. S M Ma he Radi
nagogui 1 ,,n-s )f
1! Mrs
, the Victoria
Hospital
m Max Pearl l fork
ousi a M and
Mrs. S. M Machtei the Radio
Mr 1 Is a
,, v Mr Ma
i pron York.
I
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1 vardi d for hlj d re-
hmenta will be served. The pub-
lie us invited to attend.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ji
ish Welfare Bureau is urging the
public to contribute cast off cloth-
ing, particularly men's wear 10
their rummage sale store which h
conducted at 165 N. W. Fifth str
The proceeds of the rummage
ls being used to relieve the need
families dependent upon the B\-
reau for relief at this time.
a a a
Joseph Warshoff. 63. retired
chant and winter visitor from New
York City, residing at 116 Sec
et Miami Beach, died M
m Illness of 10 days. He
1 winter visitor in \r
.1 for four years, and wa
nber of Epstein lodge. Indepen-
Order of B'NaJ B'rith tr.
k. He leaves the widow Mr
Reba Warshoff: threi
Mr Ray Applebaum, Miami. M
d Mrs. (.:
Barron, New York, and three
imin and Phillip. E
conducted in
w". L. Philbnck Funer
dius Wa
thodos ega lot
der M
nu
'.' >rk for burial.
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Phone t-6551
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1 hililri-n IfC
Box Offir.
open;
p.m. Sonda*
Evenings Mc
I Sun.-Won.-TueN.. Feb. 1-5-6
MARIE DRESSLER
rtVLI.ACE BEERY
'Tugboat Annie"
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ROSEDALE
DELICATESSEN
WD RESTAURANT
Real Home '
1 ooked Jewish Food Dally i
1 HOK E DELK 1TESSEN
K>D
Joseph M. Fine
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
associated With
Philbrick
Funeral Homes
PHONES Z-34565-3311
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NOW SERVING
ol K FAMOI s \i w \ OBK
1 COURSE DINNER
I .uneheons oOc
AND
A La Carte Meals
S45 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Caterers for Banquets. Weddings and All Social Functions.
STRICTLY KOSHER
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See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY VfirCA IPI P OPEN DAILY
and SUNDAY if I \J & J\ I O L L and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
.....'"hin THIEF WILLIAM BbUNLBT 08CBOLA
1. W rwfnly-Flfth vanuc and StxtMnth Htm
Qa WaM an FLAGLCB ST. ta I7TH WE.. Turn North
Larteet CoJIeetlon of Captive UUgatora and CrtM-odiles
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MISEIM
-.r Cavkay Hill. 1 Baal Srmin.il.- Indian. Wn-.tl, ihr VlllKatnr
Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale
TO SBT raaSBTaka Uy Car-Bin Cu ..r nri w.t .,n Flal.r
and North on :rih Vvrnua


Friday. February 2, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PI BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY
b> the
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Ptlll.lSHINC CO.
P. (). Box 2973
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
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EDITORIAL OFFICES:
111 S. W. lr.th Avenue Phone 2-1I8J
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. BHOCHET, ClrcaUUon Mnr.r
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
l.mcrid as scrinid class multer July 4.
I9J0, iii th Peal Offica :n Miami, Florida,
nn.l.r the Act i.f March 8, 1S79.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
Six Month*
On* Vnt
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
si B8CRIPTION
11.00
12.00
Vol. 7No. 5
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2.
1934
Courage Deserves
Commendation
II Isn't often that one finds even
members of the Rabbinate with the
courage to face facts as they are.
DOt as they would want them to be.
Particularly is this .so when it in-
volves considerable trouble and
hardships on their part
Las) week then' arose a very un-
gplca.-ant incident in Miami Beach
when the Rabbi was advised thai
I butcher under hi.s .supervision was
[violating not only the city ordi-
regarding kashrus, and the
agreement signed by the butcher
him under his supervision,
lit was Violating every law 01 fair
play towards his customers as re-
ardS kosher meats.
Ordinarily a Rabbi might have
vaded and avoided the issue, in
lil instance, the Rabbi hesitated
ol but made a thorough inveatiga-
.ilied the ol tender before
nn. made him conies- his guilt
lid then made his recommenda-
ni to his congregation, He post-
lns decision upon the bulletin
joard of the Synagogue and noti-
led the hotels and others who had
Been buying from this offending
Butcher,
I We regret the incident. It is not
H savory matter to be discussed
Bjowcvcr. we feel that it has brought
the attention of all the Jews of
reater Miami that such occur-
nces will not go unheeded. The
Wish Floridian congratulates
bbi David I. Rosenbloom upon
> prompt action and upon the
lurageous attitude he has taken.
'ere. that we had more like him
m>ng the laymen.
RAHBI MAYER FREED
served his eightieth anniversary
here recently. A luncheon was giv-
en in his honor by the Tampa
Chapter of the American Red Cross
of which he is a past president.
Dr. Oppenheimer. has a host of
friends in Tampa and is loved by
both Jew and Gentile alike.
W,*
The above Is the mam building of the famous Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva, and Yeshiva College at
New York, with Dr. Bernard Revel as Its dean and president. Founded by a group ol enthusiastic traditional
Jews some years ago, it has developed inlo the most powerful factor lor the preservation of Orthodox Jewry
nol alone in this country but even in the world at large. With the establishment of the Yeshiva CoUegi
era! years ago it has combined the study of Jewish law and culture, with the general study of science in
distinctly Jewish surroundings. On its faculty are some ol the most outstanding Jewish as well as non-
Jewish scientists, many ol whom have served without pay for long periods of time to help In the success of
hi Jewish ideals. Dr. Bernard Revel recognised today as one of the most outstanding Jewish scholars has
directed it- a. mine-, nol only for the purpose of training Rabbis, but for the education Of Jewish laymen
n Iii her Jewish learning and general scientific training. Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York City is in Miami
at this time in the interests of raising funds to help the Institution out of Its present financial difficulties.
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II O II II 1)11 || (,|l O III II II O II II (111(1 Oil II II
11 I > I I < I (I I > < I
es a Rabbi oi standing in the com-
munity, tells him a Mimchausen
story and obtains a letter ol
recommendation from him. Then
every merchant in this territory Is
solicited In the name of saving the
Jewish people from annihilation.
n Is for a great Jewish cause. Ho
James Waterman Wise, sponsor ol
the Opinion, can stand for such
met hods Is beyond us. II Is blfh
lime that private undertakings pro-
ceed mi a strictly business
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
gullibility
M Course, one expect.- that With
cosmopolitan population that a
S such as Miami is. more schem-
i ure alls, and what nots may be
I'd upon its unsuspecting real-
nts. But why. Miami Jewry should
( me ilie prey for every scheme
der the sun. one eanot iindcr-
md.
Rave you noticed the cxtraordi-
ry number ol arrivals from all
fts of the country recently of so
led actors, meshulochini of in-
Bt,Ul(jns that exist only in the
I [lunations of their representa-
i's, defenders of the Jewish peo-
and venders of nostrums for
1 abolishment of anti-semitism?
ft solicitor for subscriptions to a
w York Jewish publication reach-
and not resort in the capitalisation
ni Jewish \nies.
It remind.- us ol the old anil
hi ai story of the Itinerant "Magid"
when asked whom he represented
replied "Mir". The merchant re-
ponded with a handsome donation
believing that he meant the lamou-
Mlr." a renowned institution of
learning in Europe. When the real
representative ol "Mir" arrived
several days later, the "Magid" was
bitterly reproached by the merchant
who resented his being lied to. But
; he "Magid" very calmly replied. .
I ..aid "Mir" une. in Yiddish),
that was all."
But why resent thus imposition
on the part of strangers when the
very Bami methods are practiced in
more dignified and subtle form by
some of our own leaders locally,
when some, for purposes of their
own. propose to foist upon the peo-
ple of this community an organiz-
ation of organizations to solve all
Jewish problems knowing full
well that it is unfair, impracticable
and merely a subterfuge When
forgetting even Jewish lore and
law. they ignore the fact that this
Ls a democratic age when the mass-
es and not the individual are to be
consulted when part of the
meeting is devoted to "Rechilus"
and "loshon bora" when even
those who attend are there not as
ical representative- ol the lew in-
dividuals they head, but merely to
grind or help grind an axe ol mis-
understanding, deception and be-
clouding oi truths why. we re-
peat resent attempted impositions
on the part oi strangers?
n is high tune, we urge, that the
Jewish community begin to think
and understand It i.- high time
that we serve notice to all that the
Jewish community of Greater Miami
will not suffer deception on the
part of anyone, stranger or native.
And then, and only then, will
Greater Miami Jewry become a
real, a vital force in Jewry.
Mr. and Mrs. Argintar opened
their residence, 2309 Nebraska Ave.,
last Wednesday evening for a bene-
in party given for the women's
auxiliary ol Temple Rodoph Bholom.
Garden flowers were used in
basis decorating and prizes in the games
were awarded to Mrs Jacob Witt-
nd Mr. J. Creole. Delicious re-
iments were served the
by Mrs. M. Argintar and her
daughters the Misses Florence,
Raye, and Esther.

AI a meeting ol the y. m. h. a.
Mr. Ben Fiiiman. president appoint-
ed the following committees: Ath-
letic coinm. S. Schwartz, chairman.
M Finman, J. Moed, li Goldstein,
L. Simovitz. M. Bokor. Roy Jen-
kins, Lou Rosen, J. D. Rosen thai.
J. Roth, Dr. S. Bergman, and I..
Smith.
Social Coinm. Mr. I. Salsbury.
chairman. Dr. J. L, Schwartz. F.
Poller. Dr. Fred Lebos. S. Fleisch-
niaii. A. Weil, and S. Verkauf.
Membership: Mr. D. Bronson. chair-
man. Ernest Maas, Jr., M. J. Mack-
ler. S. Halizer. Dr. Al Augustine. E.
Weber, and Max Argintar. Educa-
tional: Dr. R. B. Short, S. Schwartz.
I. Salsbury. D. Bronson. and J.
Silverman,

The Dictators Club held then
regular meeting Sunday. Jan. 28th.
at the new Y. M. H. A, building at
Ross and Nebraska Avenues, to com-
plete plans lor a dance being held
at the Villa Del Rio. Thursday,
Feb. 1st. at 9 p. m. The affair will
be an open house to member.- and
friends ol the club. Members act-
ing on this committee are Sam
Abramovltz, chairman; Milton Bo-
kor. and Jack Morris. Members and
their dates will attend a basketball
game at the Tampa Ray Casino to
be played between the Y. and the
Knight and Wall Co., and then pro-
ceed to the dance.

Ruth Weber, daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Weber, and
Manuel BUChman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob liiichman, were married
last Sunday at the home of the
bride.
Miss Weber was attended by her
sister, Mrs Russel Bernheim, as
matron ot honor, and Miss Pearl
Buchman. acted as best man.
A bullet luncheon was served to
ihe immediate families of the cou-
ple after the ceremony, after which
i he couple left lor an extended trip
to New Orleans and Birmingham.
Ala. Upon their return they will be
at home at the Paramount apart-
ment.-. Tampa.

Mrs, M. Kaufman of New York.
is the guest ot Mrs. M. G H
708 Rome Ave., she will
''MM' durll 'in' week with Mrs. S
Simovitz and her daughter, Tillie,
to make an automobile tour thru
Florida and Alabama.
Mi h In I of Toledo.
Ohio. ,.i Tampa. Is
Ing her parents, Mr. and Ml
Ressler, ol 315 Wesl Park Ave..
Tampa
Orlando, Fla.
Mr B. J. Cohen. Mr. H. Kanner.
and Mr. H Roth recently attended
I convention of the Ortho-
dox C Rabbis and
laymen Ol Florida in Miami. Mr.
'lent.

The I nds of Mr. Leo
Friedberg will be glad to learn that
ondltlon Is greatly improved.

The Temple Sisterhood of the
(ion re atlon Beth-El, sponsored a
Ik neflt bridge at the San Juan
Hotel on Wednesday evening. The
hostesses were Mrs. J. N, Burman.
Mrs. Sol Samuels, and Mrs. Ben
Arstien.

Mrs, Morn- Lelkowitz returned to
her home from the Orange General

Hospital on Tuesday.
Morry Solin spent the week-end
in Miami.
*
Lee Arstien. of Taledega, was a
it visitor in Orlando.
*
George Goldblatt. of New York.
he winter in Orlando.
* *
Murry Kanner. Louis Bluml
and Morris Levine .-pent Sunday in
Lakeland.
*
Mr. J, Ginsberg, of Tampa, is
spendii il day.- in Orlando.
*
Joel Baker and Willie Lieberman
their mid-term vaca-
in Orlando.
Nazis Confiscate Property of Zwei
anil Kerr
BerlinAll of the property of
Stefan Zweig. famous novelist, and
Alfred Kerr. noted essayist, and
Dr. L. S. Oppenheimer, dean of critic, has been confiscated by the
the medical profession here and Prussian secret police. Zweig and
honorary member of the Hillsbor- Kerr are among the distinguished
ough county medical society, ob- Germans now in exile.
A colored laundress who was em- Hee: "We've been married twenty
ployed by a Jewish family was talk- years tomorrow. Shall we kill a
ing about her employer to a friend chicken for dinner?"
who worked for a Gentile family.
Said the first:
"The lady I works for has a
daughter who told me she belongs
to a union and wouldn't work more
than eight hours a day. And I be-
In^ e- her. too. '
"What make.- you so sure?", the
second laimdio.-s a.-ked.
"Well, yesterday, when i went in-
to the young lady's room to put her
away, i -aw plain as day on
her dressing table, a book called
'Union Prayer Book!"
Hoo: "Why punish the poor brute
for something that happened all
that time ago?"
Ike iat breakfast): "Waiter, this
cot lee tastes remarkably funny."
Waiter: "Well. sir. it was ground
only hall an hour ago."
ike Med up): "i see, it was
ground a few minutes ago. and now
it's mud."
A man Ls sometimes compelled to
put up with thoes he does not love
pawnbrokers, for instance.
Marriage is like a beleaguered for-
tress. Those who are within wan:
to get out. and those without wan:
to get in.
A man without character among
nun is like a chicken without feath-
ers among chickens, each having
lost dignity.
Farha: "What is a bigamist?"
Abe: "A man who makes the same
mistake twice."
The scale of justice is simply
trial balance.
Women who put powder on then-
faces never shine in public.
A man may know love by heart
and yet be unable to define it.



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THE JEWISH FL PRIDIAN
Friday. February 2, 1934
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jKautu ^ynaiutg IwUrtttt
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J Edited by RABBI S. M MACHTEI
+ Poundw and Director, Re Amoric*
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* Sunday Mornings
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No. :
SUNDAY, JAMAKV 28, 1984
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"The .lew As A Citizen"
Scripture Reading, Jeremiah, Chapter XXIX, verse. 1, 1-7, Inclusive.
, xt Tl,.,. 30th. Franklin D. lano Ro,
theUntt* imerica.wi *"
birth
rnthehea,
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lined in Jei
md In many i
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Rev. Samuel Kantar-
off, cantor of Cong.
Kneses Israel of Sea
Gate, N. v.. one oi
the inns! noted can-
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will i>' heard tonlghl
and Saturday morn
ai Beth Jacob
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unsavory odor.
njustl i Ing out the Jew. it Is un-American and
i alive." The Talmud declares. -He who |m[alr ln a Sundav .S(,lc,, claMi ,,, had a boy ol 13 who frequently
die." The Jew who sees the rulei Wlth ,,,,. members of his class. Regardless oi the beatings he
; be G- d who hath ,.,.(.,.1V(.ci Bt u.. hands of an antagonist, i never saw him weep. One Bun-
Imparted some I H ty to mortals." These Instructions, and day, he came into the class crying, tears streaming down his cheeks, and
otheri for the Jew. The ob- ,.inni, the evidence ol having been In a fight, l asked him why he cried.
Brva, hip is an ii- Only when des- Ask,.(j he had been nun. Hi replied that he was not crying from pain,
with thi.....I his He toW me ,ha) four boys had attacked Mm at one time. He was pained
:., Jen : t. Even under such a) th( injustice. Even so. I. now. cry out, not from pain that a Jew was
conci: ttocked, and not from a doubt as to the guilt of the victim. But. I cry
he dld no, against tl You may gain an nut because ol the injustice of selecting one of a group of guilty ones for
. Jew in punishment, when the others are permitted to go on unscathed. When
of a rabbi:"Deceive n< iuarrel with no man. ,llal 011c is a j,,w i Buspect motives that have their origin not in a sense
n0 man, Honor a virtuous Gentile, not a ,,, citizenship within the minds and hearts ol the "defenders" of the law,
worthli : constituted, without authority to act.
Oentili r on the occasion oi So it Is, that, viewing these Incidents in the life o1 the nation. I am
United States alone, for. more and more impressed with the honor and justice ot the Chiel Execu-
honor the man. but the man live. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The nation chose wisely and happily
loted this Talmudlc -i divinely inspired. He lends dignity to his -________________________________
function I have ask- office His "chats" with his constituents, the entire citizenry, are models IWZIZIznJZSZIZIZIWVZIWiUl
the chair Into which I ol sincerity and good faith, ol sound reasoning and ol devotion to his ...p
that i am not honored wi '2 hi has reached the highest office in the land, but not th< ^\ |\ \\ j
that I lend dignity to pii o the nation. He can and will render greati
to the nation and to humanity, In thi ead.
II i may be permitted to paraphrase thi wok1, Hunt i shall
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...
: mi n. unfil
I thed with aut
rhey then proceed I
by public and private utterances ai the lowi
men
.
ithority.
tried insult
: con
man had lnsulti "" previous oc-
casion. A : irance and bi with
idaism, thi iser beti
under Jewish law, would have disqu lm from h
\(l man i public office, m the ancient Jewish State, who was
not o: mature mind and devoid of prejudices, calm and tender in
his dealings with hi whether In public office or
out of it. who challenges the loyalty of the Jew a- a citizen, docs so with
malice and with the view of injectin hatred and strife within the ranks
of the citizen- He is a traitor to the nation.
It would be a .subject for laughter, were it not so tragic, that those
who ai Jew ol treachery, are the ver; who. garbed in dis-
guises and shirts of many colors, preach sedition and jeer at the Presi-
dent of the United States. I know whereof I speak. The Jew is accused
of serving an unseen government because, in his prayers, he pays hom-
age to his ancestral shrine, the Holy Land which saw the birth of Chris-
tianity, as well, Th' ame accusers ot the Jew, meet In secret con-
clave, to undermine the government through seditious utterances and by
disrupting the harmony and the peace that prevails. The Jew is the loyal
citizen, and thi -traitors to the principles and the tra-
ditions of this noble land.
Franklin Delano I lias endowed the office of President with
a dignity which cannot i tiring labors for the nation he
wned with because ol the sincerity
of his pui 1th a number ot
srd for
preju from bi
the benefl red. The Chi
aid oi a
i the 1 emple. Tl lid not
criticise him I was a perfect edifice
for the worship ol ( with our P le viev men not
worship, but from their value to the
nation.yes. to all tl e pel pie, including the bigots who condemn.
As I have ahead- the Jew is ordered to obey the laws of the
land Jew who does not, bring Jews into dis-
favor. But. when, In B community, a trade code, under the N. R. A. Is
by a group of merchants engaged in the identical business, I
ion the sincerity of those who single out only the Jewish violator to
hold him up to scorn and persecution, and who refrain from picketing
non-Jewish violators. Mind you. I hold no brief for the Jew nor for the
N. R. A. violators. I am. however, set to questioning the motives behind
. The .- mnlsh'd. The nexl night
II came again with i
And show'd the names whom love ol God had bless'd,
And Ii Franklin Delano Roosevelt's name led thi
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THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
1'LAY INC, AT THE
SOCIETY
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman | on N. W. 4th st. and 2nd ave. Mr.
t the annual musical birthday j Wolf Cohen will be glad to call for
the bundles if he is advised.
TIVOU THEATRE
larty to be sponsored by the Beth
David Sisterhood, at 8:30 p. m.
ibruary 18, has named the follow-
i; u patronesses:
Mrs. L. Brown, Mrs. M. J. Kopele-
litz. Mrs. B. Kandel, Mrs. J. Katz,
bs. S. Spector, Mrs. M. Schein-
lirg. Mrs. A. Rubin, Mrs. L. Levins,
I. Meyer Schwartz. Mrs H. Oli-
i .m'., Mrs. Ed Friedman and Mrs.
Goldberg.

Miss Tillye Predinger entertained
her home, 1056 S. W. Thirteenth
enue, Thursday night with a sur-
ise party honoring the birthday
nversary of her sister, Marjorie
idinger. Dancing and bridge
nied amusement for the guests
h Miss Pauline La-sky in a num-
of piano selections. A buffet
iper was served.
re-
the
by
Rabbi Elijah Meyer Bloch.
nowned scholar and dean of
Telzer Yeshiva accompanied
Rabbi Pincus Teitz of Riga arrived
in Miami yesterday to spend sev-
eral weeks here. While here they
will address a number of local meet-
ings.

Next Thursday evening Emunah
Chapter O. E. S. will entertain
Nancy Rickard associate grand
matron of the Grand Chapter of
Florida and Ellen Deer grand In-
structor of District 29 at the Scot-
tish Rite Temple beginning at 8 | m "10 cilv Some of Hip best dog;
p. m. All visiting stars are invited I'" tlu' country nm nightly and tiny
to attend. navp been s well matched that
none can fortell tlie outcome of any
Jean Parker and Barry Norton in
"Lady For A Day"
A Columbia Picture
1 col. Scene cut or mat LFD-17A
|! he officers of Junior Hadassah
ionor new members at a ball
the patio of the Strathaven Ho-
Sunday. February 4th, at 8:30
ock p. m.
Ilsa Winnie Weinkle, membcr-
|> chairman, will greet guests. All
nbers in good standing, with
lr escorts, are invited.
Orchestral music will be provided Simpson.
dancing, and a delightful pro-
fflin of entertainment has been
i inged.
A large number of visitors and
residents attended the benefit
bridge sponsored by Senior Hadas-
-ah at Trotzky's restaurant Miami
Beach last Wednesday. Mrs. I.ee
Lobenthal was chairman ol this af-
lair together with Mrs. Julius
Simpson and the proceeds were de-
rated to the Jewish National Fund
committee of the local organization
which committee is headed bv Mrs.
H regular meeting of the Books
il Brief Club will be held Monday
81 ling February 5th, at 8 p. m. in
home of Mrs. Victor Mell. 1262
r. 4th st. Mrs. Mell will give the
bent topic. Mrs. George Gold-
will review Vincent Gough by
|a Mier Graese. A social hour
follow.

Jabbi Max Shapiro returned to
City yesterday following a ten
business trip to New York City.

lr. Stanley C. Myers returned to
tH City after an absence oi ten
dft in New York City.

e Sisterhood of Chesed Shel
Is is asking the public to con-
Jie cast off clothing for Its nim-
jr store at the Odd Fellows bids
Final plans for the gala member-
1 Ip smoker next Wednesday eve-
ning at the Y. M. H. A. limited to
paid up members and friends in-
clude an evening of entertainment
during which night club stars in
race Last night huge crowds .
ed the monkey jockeys which were
upon the dogs. This is the same
bunch of monkeys thai have ap-
peared before at tins track and they
were brought back by popular de-
mand. For an evening Ol real dog
racing one should attend the beau-
tiful plain neai the heart oi the
city.
The Individual who made the
most outstanding contribution u>
advancement oi law enforcement in
Florida during 1933 is to receive
public recognition and a medal from
the hands ol Governor Sholtz.
The United States flag associa-
tion will give the medal. It will give
this area will present an interest- snilar medals in all the states.
ing program. Refreshments will be
served during the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. M. WeinstOCk of
Far ROCkaway, N. Y.. accompanied
by their children and families ar-
rived here last week to spend the
remainder of the winter season. Mr.
WeinstOCk is a prominent member
of the Far Rockaway community
where he was the founder of the
Synagogue.
6
Actual figures show that more
jog racing fans are visiting and at-
tending the nightly racing at the
beautiful plant Ol the West Flagler
'.' ne! club than at any other club
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Attorney General Cary D. Landis.
as chairman, president John J
Tigert of tile University of Florida,
and Mrs. M. M. Ebert of Lake
Wales, state regent of the Daugh-
ters of the American Revolution,
will make the Florida selection.
Attorney General Landis Wednes-
day received notification of selec-
tion of the committee from the na-
tional headquarters of the United
siates Flag association in Washing-
ton.
The person who will receive tin
medal Will he chosen on the basis
;i recommendations made by Flor-
ida citizens, and Attorney Genera
' andis Invited a!) Floridlans to make
their recommendations.
All endorsement, the attorney
ii' i.ii .-aid. should be submitted
t:> his Office here not later than
February 24. The three judges will
announce their decision on March
1. and a date will lie set for award
of the medal.
"The purpose of awarding the
decoration." General Landis said.
"is to stress in the public mind the
importance of law enforcement and
stimulate interest and commenda-
tion in the efforts of those work-
ing for the enforcement of the law.
It is calculated to serve as an in-
centive to all citizens and authori-
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promoting the proper enforcement
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Pago Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. February 2, 1934
West Palm Beach St, Petersburg
Notes
Notes
SOCIETY
The benefit Bazaar sponsored by
Beth Israel scheduled for January
29th. was postponed because ol the
presidential birthday celebrations
and will be held beginning Monday
night February 5th and continue
through Thursday evening Febru-
ary kui at the Women's club. All
arc urged i" intend and a very en-
joyable time Is promised all.
*
Last Tuesday evening aim Beach
Lodge Bnal Brith sponsored a pr<
idential ball at die Dixie Gardens
which was attended by a la
number ol residents and tourists.
In charge ol arrangements wen
Charles S Wax, Dave Katz and
Lou Halpern who wen committees from cooperating Jew-
ish organizations.
Rabbi and Mis M Kaplan of
New York are spending the winter
in Palm Beach.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutzer ol
Hampton Koad have as their h
guests, Mrs. SchUtzer'S brother Mr
Nat Relies and lu.- young bride from
Newark, N. J.. who arc spending
their honeymoon here.

Beth El Sunday school is prepar-
Ing lor a gala Purim celebration,
lull details ol which will be an-
nounced shortly.
Rabbi A. s. Kleinfeld conducts
:;, ervlces at Congregation Bnai
Israel, 921 9th St. No. on Friday
Evi His sermon thus Friday E\e.
will be"What Is Traditional Juda-
ism"A subject much discussed at
the Conference. The Lay delegates
ol st. Petersburg will give their im-
pressions ot the proceedings.
Saturday morning services !
ek.
Sunday school. Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock.
Hebrew 8chool daily, from 4 to
ti p. in.
A large attendance is expected at
the "Tacky Dance'' to be inven by
thi Council oi coi ''"on Bnai
Israel, on Thursday Eve. Feb. 1st.
ai the Elk's club. Prizes for cos-
tume and dance will be given.

On Sunday Eve Feb. 4th. a -Corn
Party" will be held at 921 9th St.
No. in the auditorium oi Congrega-
tion Bnai Israel, given by the Ladies
Auxiliary and Aid Society. No ad-
mission fee, and many prizes will
be given away.

Mrs Stella Ooldberg of mo Hiuh-
land si No. entertained Mrs. Sil-
verman Ol Milwaukee. Wise., and
Mrs. Neiman ol Mineola, N. Y.. on
Thursday Eve .Ian. 25th. Covers
were laid for twenty, and a boauti-
i'ii prize given both guests.
A public examination of the chil-
dren attending the Talmud Torah
ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregatlon was conducted at the
noon by a committee headed by Mr.
Synagogue last Wednesday after-
joseph Oreenberg chairman of the
Board of Education of the Congre-
v.at ion.
-
Monday night, the Jai Alai out
at the BlSCayne Fronton will sec
the beginning Ol the championship
tuples with four ol the best teams
available <>n the court competing
lor the American title. Fast us are
the Single and Jloubles nfitches.
none can equal the triples contest
lor unmatched speed, and keen ex-
citement every moment of the play.
More and more sport lovers are
vi.-it me. the Fronton now and en-
joying the worlds lastest games
with the world's greatest players ol
this Spanish sport m action.
Beth Jacob Sisterhood is spon-
soring a dance for the benefit of
lalmud Torah fund on March
11th. full details ol which will be
announced m an early Issue of the
Jewish Floridian,

s. L. -Roxy" Rothafel. theater
magnate, and Mrs. Rothafel cele-
brated a quarter Ol a century ol
married life together here Wednes-
day by spending Hie day quietly at
the Miami Blltmore Hotel, where
h( j ,,re on vacation. Scores ol
telegrams brought them "' con-
gratulations ot mends in various
parts ol the country.
Roxy'' declared he had estab-
lished a "record lor Broadway by
remaining married to the same wo-
man lor 25 years." You'll go a long
way on Broadway before you'll lind
anybody who can equal that," he
said.
He was married to Mrs. Rothafel,
the former Hosa Freedman. in For-
est City. Pa., on January 31, 1909.
At that time he was just starting in
the theater business thai later
brought him lame as one of the
world's meat showmen. Mrs. Roth-
afel has never been ill professional
hie.
The creator ol the Roxy Theater
had nothing to say regarding his
future plans. He said:
I'm just starting my secondl
honeymoon. A man doeint talk I
business when he's starting on his I
honeymoon."

The Pidyon Haben of the infant!
son of Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper v.,,.. I
celebrated last Sunday night at tin I
home of the Peppers. The ......
monies were performed by H.ibb: ]
Samuel M. Machtei of the Radio!
Synagog with Mr. I. Silver artmg I
as the "Kohayn." Following the I
ceremonies a buffet supper i
served to the large number o: I
guests attending.
HEIDELBERG w
BEER GARDEN z>
Luncheon 505* 40< JO*
+
i
SPECIAL OFFER
INDIAN RIVER FRUIT
DIRECT FROM MERRITT ISLAM) GROWER
I ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT or MIXED
BUSHEL BASKETS
55 Pounds
$2.40
Price Include! Prepaid Express TO States Fast of Mississippi Kiwr
J. W. HOOPER. COCOA. FLORIDA
+-------

Marriage Is like b beleaguered for-
tresi Those who are within wan.
to >jet out and those without want
11 iii.
:
A man without character among
men Is like a chicken without feath-
ers among chickens, each having
dignity.
+
I
I
;ie, al Temple Beth El. Re-
form Jewish Congregation are held
everj Friday at H P- ni. with a I i
: Rabbi Win. II Rosenblatt
The public is united U) attend.
Bible class and religious school
rganized under the
hip ol the Rabbi.
TIVOLI
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Matinees Daily
| Sun.-Mon.-'lues.. Feb. !-.">-<>
WARREN WILLIAM
M.W ROBSON
fTHE PUBLIC KNOWS BEST' | "Lady For A Day'j
^ PIGGLY
WIGGLY
IN llli; HEART OF
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
+
Thai is Why the Mun Thousands Have Been Coming Slghtlj to
Miami's Most Popular Dog Track
Where the Finest Greyhounds In Imerica %re Komi; and
I stablishing Records Each Sight
FLORIDA RAGING COMMISSION
Records for January 15 to January 27 Show
ATTENDANCE
WEST FLAOLEH
i 'ompet iir- Miami Track
MUTUELS
WEST Kl.A('.!.!:I.'
Competing Miami Track
NIGHTLY AVERAGE
attendance Mutuels
WEST FLAGLEH ,21S $28,118.62
Competing Miami Track 2,436 $18,054.75
FASTEST GREYHOUNDS
FORMFUL RACINGLARGER CROWDS
BETTER MUTUEL RETURNS
WEST FLAGLER
KENNEL CLUB
38.612
$337,421.00
$216,657.00
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|We Will Make Any]
1 ( >ar I .ooU I akc New |
I We Have Been Doing It For
| 20 Years
| PAINTING
I BODY AND FENDER WORK
JENKINS &FREY|
I il>:s:s N. E. First Ave.
I p, 8. ii this ad is brought in
| with this job it will save you f>'I .
(Don't forget it.
I
Owned and Operated by
LOCAL PEOPLE
+
FREE HEALTH LECTURES
By DR. LOUIS BLUMER
At Temple Theatre
N. W. :ird SI. and North Kiver Drive
FEBRUARY ::. I. ."> 'I. '. 8, ami !lth
BEGINNING DAILY AT 2:15 P. M.
You gel a lifetime thrill. These lectures are different. You will en-
joy every moment, Dr Blumer's work is known to multitudes "i
people. The result.- ol the Hlunier Health System is worth your
Investigation.
Bring this adv't in and you will receive a Book Number which may
draw a RADIANT HEALTH BOOKfor you, by Prof. Louis Blumer
ADMISSION FREE NO COLLECTION
Private offices at 121 S. E. First Street. Rooms 707-08-09.
Florida National Rank Kuilding
MIAMI. FLORIDA
- +
i
Ijave ijou,
RELATIVES
or
FRIENDS
Your Gift of a
Torgsin Order
will enable tin m to buy domes-
i ic or imported an icli at the
Torgtin Stort located in every
city of the Soviet Union. Or-
ders promptly executed. Prices
at the '/'< / in Sloi compare
favorably with those in the
United SI
For orders on Torgsin apply to
your local bank or authorized
agents.
0lliiral ReriesentativB In U.S.A.
ct Amtorg261 Firth Ave., N.Y.
For Fresh
Sea Foods
STOP AT

GAPT. TOM'S
FISH MART
OUR PRICES ARE Till-. LOW 1ST
)ur I isli arc tin- freshest Caught by our own bo.its J.ulv^
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Page hour THE JEWISH FL PRIDIAN Friday. February 2, 1934 !. &f&f &f&f &f &f&f &f &f &f &f&f ***** jKautu ^ynaiutg IwUrtttt -:• J Edited by RABBI S. M MACHTEI + Poundw and Director, Re Amoric* e w„„ vlvrt \\ lOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNINGS h j|. IV. No. : SUNDAY, JAMAKV 28, 1984 &f&f&f&f&f&f t4> ** # *** # *+**+ 4 **** 4 ** 4 *** 4 *** "The .lew As A Citizen" Scripture Reading, Jeremiah, Chapter XXIX, verse. 1, 1-7, Inclusive. „, xt Tl ,.,. %  30th. Franklin D. lano Ro, theUntt* imerica.wi *" %  birth rnthehea, I lined in Jei md In many i ,, i .. i i •' <><>>•><> Rev. Samuel Kantaroff, cantor of Cong. Kneses Israel of Sea Gate, N. v.. one oi the inns! noted cantors in America todas will i>' heard tonlghl and Saturday morn ai Beth Jacob Cong. Miami Beach. There will be no admission charge and the public is Invited to attend. SIDRBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2124 N. W. 7th Ave. 1400 W. FlmitJcr St. 733 N. W. 34th St. PHONE 2-3812 I I l l I > i (I ll < > i • < > The HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sections of Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 N. E. First Ave. rabb) land, : ecutionof rash the Jew, "B '" some. It lias an u tor authority that saves men d( ( ry h( „ Delanev & Beers Kodak PIltMitnS and Enlarging Oimmfrrial Work and H.mr Portrait!* 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. 4th St. Phone 1-5SK5 + Soy Bean Bread .i'ii] nihcr vi-ctahle bread* GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 2163 W. Hauler St. Phone I-ttll 14IU Washington Avenue, M. I!. The "Good Health?' Kind + i jew alone. This display of patriotism Is not wholeunsavory odor. njustl i Ing out the Jew. it Is un-American and i alive." The Talmud declares. -He who |m[alr ln a Sundav S( lc „,, claMi „„,,, had a boy ol 13 who frequently die." The Jew who sees the rulei Wlth ,„,„,,. members of his class. Regardless oi the beatings he ; be Gd who hath ,.,. ( .,. 1V( c i Bt u .„. hands of an antagonist, i never saw him weep. One BunImparted some I H ty to mortals." These Instructions, and day he came into the class crying, tears streaming down his cheeks, and otheri for the Jew. The ob„,. inni the evidence ol having been In a fight, l asked him why he cried. Brva %  hip is an iiOnly when desAsk ,. (j „ he had been nun. Hi replied that he was not crying from pain, • with thi I his He toW me ha) four boys had attacked Mm at one time. He was pained : ., Jen : t. Even under such a) th( injustice. Even so. I. now. cry out, not from pain that a Jew was conci: ttocked, and not from a doubt as to the guilt of the victim. But. I cry he dld no against tl You may gain an nut because ol the injustice of selecting one of a group of guilty ones for Jew in • punishment, when the others are permitted to go on unscathed. When of a rabbi:—"Deceive n< iuarrel with no man. llal 011c is a j,, w i Busp ect motives that have their origin not in a sense n0 man, Honor a virtuous Gentile, not a ,,, citizenship within the minds and hearts ol the "defenders" of the law, worthli %  : constituted, without authority to act. Oentili • r on the occasion oi So it Is, that, viewing these Incidents in the life o1 the nation. I am United States alone, for. more and more impressed with the honor and justice ot the Chiel Execuhonor the man. but the man live. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The nation chose wisely and happily loted this Talmudlc i divinely inspired. He lends dignity to his -— function I have askoffice His "chats" with his constituents, the entire citizenry, are models IWZIZIznJZSZIZIZIWVZIWiUl the chair Into which I ol sincerity and good faith, ol sound reasoning and ol devotion to his „ ...p that i am not honored wi '2 hi has reached the highest office in the land, but not th< ^\ |\ £, \\ £j that I lend dignity to pii o the nation. He can and will render greati to the nation and to humanity, In thi ead. II i may be permitted to paraphrase thi WOK 1 Hunt i shall King Funeral Home To Serve Humanity Better Operated hy FRANK G. McOHAN'S WIDOW 29 N. W. 3rd Ave. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 upy. in th 'Pant of the %  ... : mi n. unfil I thed with aut rhey then proceed I by public and private utterances ai •• the lowi men ithority. tried insult : con man had lnsulti "" %  •' previous occasion. A : irance and bi with idaism, thi iser beti under Jewish law, would have disqu lm from h \ (l man i public office, m the ancient Jewish State, who was not o: mature mind and devoid of prejudices, calm and tender in his dealings with hi • whether In public office or out of it. who challenges the loyalty of the Jew aa citizen, docs so with malice and with the view of injectin hatred and strife within the ranks of the citizenHe is a traitor to the nation. It would be a .subject for laughter, were it not so tragic, that those who ai Jew ol treachery, are the ver; who. garbed in disguises and shirts of many colors, preach sedition and jeer at the President of the United States. I know whereof I speak. The Jew is accused of serving an unseen government because, in his prayers, he pays homage to his ancestral shrine, the Holy Land which saw the birth of Christianity, as well, Th' %  ame accusers ot the Jew, meet In secret conclave, to undermine the government through seditious utterances and by disrupting the harmony and the peace that prevails. The Jew is the loyal citizen, and thi -traitors to the principles and the traditions of this noble land. Franklin Delano I lias endowed the office of President with a dignity which cannot i tiring labors for the nation he wned with because ol the sincerity of his pui 1th a number ot srd for preju from bi the benefl red. The Chi aid oi a i the 1 emple. Tl lid not criticise him I was a perfect edifice for the worship ol ( with our P le viev men not worship, but from their value to the nation.—yes. to all tl e pel pie, including the bigots who condemn. As I have aheadthe Jew is ordered to obey the laws of the land Jew who does not, bring Jews into disfavor. But. when, In B community, a trade code, under the N. R. A. Is by a group of merchants engaged in the identical business, I ion the sincerity of those who single out only the Jewish violator to hold him up to scorn and persecution, and who refrain from picketing non-Jewish violators. Mind you. I hold no brief for the Jew nor for the N. R. A. violators. I am. however, set to questioning the motives behind The .mnlsh'd. The nexl night II came again with i And show'd the names whom love ol God had bless'd, And Ii Franklin Delano Roosevelt's name led thi BUSSES HIALEAH TO PARK RACES LEAVE BIS STATION SOUTH ENTRANCE VENETIAN ARCADE S. E. FIRST STREET Direct to Track Fare 35c MIAMI TRANSIT CO. keeping faith with those who trust us. an we living up to our obligations w we risk their future happiness b\ ignoring the problems tint would .1 r i stfor them if, some da; did not come home? I ifc insurance oilers the safe and certain answer. There is no substit ute. A Southern lealth & Life In surance Policy on each one is ni cessary to protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness .inJ death. A few pennies each week is the tot.il cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & Hi:AI TH INSlIRANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK. Manager G10 Realty Board Bids. P hone 2-3l'.a PHILLIPS HARDWARE CO. 301 N. Miami Ave.—Phone 2-8445 HARDWARE-FISHING TAC'KLE-DeVOE & RAYNOI.DS PAINTS "You will like our store and its values." +— BEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE 807 Collins Ave. THE CATE SCHOOL of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION Miami Beach HOME SERVICE! Laundry HOY II. TURNER, Prop. 1225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5*54 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER; Phone 5-1779 \ OK yon i ,in l>u\ \4 BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price thai fits your pot ketbookl PHONE 3-3C87 2] v w 9T „ ST



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Pago Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. February 2, 1934 West Palm Beach St, Petersburg Notes Notes SOCIETY The benefit Bazaar sponsored by Beth Israel scheduled for January 29th. was postponed because ol the presidential birthday celebrations and will be held beginning Monday night February 5th and continue through Thursday evening February KUI at the Women's club. All arc urged i" intend and a very enjoyable time Is promised all. • Last Tuesday evening aim Beach Lodge Bnal Brith sponsored a pr< idential ball at die Dixie Gardens which was attended by a la number ol residents and tourists. In charge ol arrangements wen Charles S Wax, Dave Katz and Lou Halpern who wen n the court competing lor the American title. Fast us are the Single and Jloubles nfitches. none can equal the triples contest lor unmatched speed, and keen excitement every moment of the play. More and more sport lovers are vi.-it me. the Fronton now and enjoying the worlds lastest games with the world's greatest players ol this Spanish sport m action. Beth Jacob Sisterhood is sponsoring a dance for the benefit of lalmud Torah fund on March 11th. full details ol which will be announced m an early Issue of the Jewish Floridian, • • • s. L. -Roxy" Rothafel. theater magnate, and Mrs. Rothafel celebrated a quarter Ol a century ol married life together here Wednesday by spending Hie day quietly at the Miami Blltmore Hotel, where • h( j ,,re on vacation. Scores ol telegrams brought them "' congratulations ot mends in various parts ol the country. ••Roxy'' declared he had established a "record lor Broadway by remaining married to the same woman lor 25 years." You'll go a long way on Broadway before you'll lind anybody who can equal that," he said. He was married to Mrs. Rothafel, the former Hosa Freedman. in Forest City. Pa., on January 31, 1909. At that time he was just starting in the theater business thai later brought him lame as one of the world's meat showmen. Mrs. Rothafel has never been ill professional hie. The creator ol the Roxy Theater had nothing to say regarding his future plans. He said: •I'm just starting my secondl honeymoon. A man doeint talk I business when he's starting on his I honeymoon." • • • The Pidyon Haben of the infant! son of Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper v.,,.. I celebrated last Sunday night at tin I home of the Peppers. The ...... monies were performed by H.ibb: ] Samuel M. Machtei of the Radio! Synagog with Mr. I. Silver artmg I as the "Kohayn." Following the I ceremonies a buffet supper i served to the large number o: I guests attending. HEIDELBERG „ w BEER GARDEN z> Luncheon 505* 40< JO* + i SPECIAL OFFER INDIAN RIVER FRUIT DIRECT FROM MERRITT ISLAM) GROWER I ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT or MIXED BUSHEL BASKETS 55 Pounds $2.40 Price Include! Prepaid Express TO States Fast of Mississippi Kiwr J. W. HOOPER. COCOA. FLORIDA + Marriage Is like B beleaguered fortresi Those who are within wan. to >jet out and those without want 11 iii. •:•• A man without character among men Is like a chicken without feathers among chickens, each having %  dignity. + I I ;ie, al Temple Beth El. Reform Jewish Congregation are held everj Friday at H Pni. with a I i : Rabbi Win. II Rosenblatt The public is united U) attend. Bible class and religious school rganized under the hip ol the Rabbi. TIVOLI -In.i. s <: IS nnil 0 (Ml r. M. — + I I I 20a till (>::t0—Kvening '!">< Matinees Daily | Sun.-Mon.-'lues.. Feb. !-.">-<>— WARREN WILLIAM M.W ROBSON f THE PUBLIC KNOWS BEST' | "Lady For A Day'j ^ PIGGLY WIGGLY IN llli; HEART OF YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD + %  Thai is Why the Mun Thousands Have Been Coming Slghtlj to Miami's Most Popular Dog Track Where the Finest Greyhounds In Imerica %re Komi; and I stablishing Records Each Sight FLORIDA RAGING COMMISSION Records for January 15 to January 27 Show— ATTENDANCE WEST FLAOLEH i 'ompet iirMiami Track MUTUELS WEST Kl.A('.!.! %  :I.' Competing Miami Track NIGHTLY AVERAGE attendance Mutuels WEST FLAGLEH ,21S $28,118.62 Competing Miami Track 2,436 $18,054.75 FASTEST GREYHOUNDS FORMFUL RACING—LARGER CROWDS BETTER MUTUEL RETURNS WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB 38.612 $337,421.00 $216,657.00 t ~t |We Will Make Any] 1 ( >ar I .ooU I akc New | I We Have Been Doing It For | 20 Years | PAINTING I BODY AND FENDER WORK JENKINS &FREY| I IL>:S:S N. E. First Ave. I p, 8. II this ad is brought in | with this job it will save you f>'I (Don't forget it. I Owned and Operated by LOCAL PEOPLE +— FREE HEALTH LECTURES By DR. LOUIS BLUMER At Temple Theatre N. W. :ird SI. and North Kiver Drive FEBRUARY ::. I. ."> 'I. '. 8, ami !lth BEGINNING DAILY AT 2:15 P. M. You gel a lifetime thrill. These lectures are different. You will enjoy every moment, Dr Blumer's work is known to multitudes "i people. The result.ol the Hlunier Health System is worth your Investigation. Bring this adv't in and you will receive a Book Number which may draw a RADIANT HEALTH BOOKfor you, by Prof. Louis Blumer ADMISSION FREE NO COLLECTION Private offices at 121 S. E. First Street. Rooms 707-08-09. Florida National Rank Kuilding MIAMI. FLORIDA + i Ijave ijou, RELATIVES or FRIENDS Your Gift of a Torgsin Order will enable tin m to buy domesi ic or imported an icli at the Torgtin Stort located in every city of the Soviet Union. Orders promptly executed. Prices at the '/'<• / in Sloi • compare favorably with those in the United SI For orders on Torgsin apply to your local bank or authorized agents. 0lliiral ReriesentativB In U.S.A. ct Amtorg—261 Firth Ave., N.Y. For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE Till-. LOW 1ST )ur I isli arc tinfreshest — Caught by our own bo.its J.ulv^ If it is Sri i ,„,d. we have it at its very best, and at attract"''! low prices. Our method of handling and selling; Sea Food is in <"•' servance with all the sanitary rules and regulations. o, ''. gr pe eel C(, al ed



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Friday. February 2, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PI BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY b> the JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Ptlll.lSHINC CO. P. (). Box 2973 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 Page Three i > > > O I I I ( ) I > I I ( I I I I I I I • I I EDITORIAL OFFICES: 111 S. W. lr.th Avenue Phone 2-1I8J J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. BHOCHET, ClrcaUUon Mnr.r CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative l.mcrid as scrinid class multer July 4. I9J0, iii th Peal Offica :n Miami, Florida, nn.l.r the Act i.f March 8, 1S79. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative Six Month* On* Vnt TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative si B8CRIPTION 11.00 12.00 Vol. 7—No. 5 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1934 Courage Deserves Commendation II Isn't often that one finds even members of the Rabbinate with the courage to face facts as they are. DOt as they would want them to be. Particularly is this .so when it involves considerable trouble and hardships on their part Las) week then' arose a very ungplca.-ant incident in Miami Beach when the Rabbi was advised thai I butcher under hi.s .supervision was [violating not only the city ordi%  regarding kashrus, and the agreement signed by the butcher him under his supervision, lit was Violating every law 01 fair play towards his customers as reardS kosher meats. Ordinarily a Rabbi might have vaded and avoided the issue, in lil instance, the Rabbi hesitated ol but made a thorough inveatiga.ilied the ol tender before nn. made him conieshis guilt lid then made his recommendani to his congregation, He postlns decision upon the bulletin joard of the Synagogue and notiled the hotels and others who had Been buying from this offending Butcher, I We regret the incident. It is not H savory matter to be discussed Bjowcvcr. we feel that it has brought the attention of all the Jews of reater Miami that such occurnces will not go unheeded. The Wish Floridian congratulates bbi David I. Rosenbloom upon %  > prompt action and upon the lurageous attitude he has taken. 'ere. that we had more like him %  m>ng the laymen. RAHBI MAYER FREED served his eightieth anniversary here recently. A luncheon was given in his honor by the Tampa Chapter of the American Red Cross of which he is a past president. Dr. Oppenheimer. has a host of friends in Tampa and is loved by both Jew and Gentile alike. W,* The above Is the mam building of the famous Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva, and Yeshiva College at New York, with Dr. Bernard Revel as Its dean and president. Founded by a group ol enthusiastic traditional Jews some years ago, it has developed inlo the most powerful factor lor the preservation of Orthodox Jewry nol alone in this country but even in the world at large. With the establishment of the Yeshiva CoUegi era! years ago it has combined the study of Jewish law and culture, with the general study of science in distinctly Jewish surroundings. On its faculty are some ol the most outstanding Jewish as well as nonJewish scientists, many ol whom have served without pay for long periods of time to help In the success of hi %  Jewish ideals. Dr. Bernard Revel recognised today as one of the most outstanding Jewish scholars has directed ita. mine-, nol only for the purpose of training Rabbis, but for the education Of Jewish laymen • n Iii her Jewish learning and general scientific training. Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York City is in Miami at this time in the interests of raising funds to help the Institution out of Its present financial difficulties. %  > II O II II 1)11 || (,|l O III II II O II II (111(1 Oil II II • 11 I > I I < I (I I > < I es a Rabbi oi standing in the community, tells him a Mimchausen story and obtains a letter ol recommendation from him. Then every merchant in this territory Is solicited In the name of saving the Jewish people from annihilation. n Is for a great Jewish cause. Ho James Waterman Wise, sponsor ol the Opinion, can stand for such met hods Is beyond us. II Is blfh lime that private undertakings proceed mi a strictly business Tampa, Fla. Notes gullibility M Course, one expect.that With cosmopolitan population that a S such as Miami is. more schemi ure alls, and what nots may be I'd upon its unsuspecting realnts. But why. Miami Jewry should ( me ilie prey for every scheme der the sun. one eanot iindcrmd. Rave you noticed the cxtraordiry number ol arrivals from all fts of the country recently of so led actors, meshulochini of inBt ,Ul(j ns that exist only in the I [lunations of their representai's, defenders of the Jewish peoand venders of nostrums for 1 abolishment of anti-semitism? ft solicitor for subscriptions to a w York Jewish publication reachand not resort in the capitalisation ni Jewish \nies. It remind.us ol the old anil hi ai story of the Itinerant "Magid" when asked whom he represented replied "Mir". The merchant reponded with a handsome donation believing that he meant the lamouMlr." a renowned institution of learning in Europe. When the real representative ol "Mir" arrived several days later, the "Magid" was bitterly reproached by the merchant who resented his being lied to. But ; he "Magid" very calmly replied. I ..aid "Mir" une. in Yiddish), that was all." But why resent thus imposition on the part of strangers when the very Bami methods are practiced in more dignified and subtle form by some of our own leaders locally, when some, for purposes of their own. propose to foist upon the people of this community an organization of organizations to solve all Jewish problems knowing full well that it is unfair, impracticable and merely a subterfuge When forgetting even Jewish lore and law. they ignore the fact that this Ls a democratic age when the masses and not the individual are to be consulted when part of the meeting is devoted to "Rechilus" and "loshon bora" when even those who attend are there not as ical representativeol the lew individuals they head, but merely to grind or help grind an axe ol misunderstanding, deception and beclouding oi truths why. we repeat resent attempted impositions on the part oi strangers? n is high tune, we urge, that the Jewish community begin to think and understand It i.high time that we serve notice to all that the Jewish community of Greater Miami will not suffer deception on the part of anyone, stranger or native. And then, and only then, will Greater Miami Jewry become a real, a vital force in Jewry. Mr. and Mrs. Argintar opened their residence, 2309 Nebraska Ave., last Wednesday evening for a benein party given for the women's auxiliary ol Temple Rodoph Bholom. Garden flowers were used in basis decorating and prizes in the games were awarded to Mrs Jacob Wittnd Mr. J. Creole. Delicious reiments were served the by Mrs. M. Argintar and her daughters the Misses Florence, Raye, and Esther. • • AI a meeting ol the y. M. H. A. Mr. Ben Fiiiman. president appointed the following committees: Athletic coinm. S. Schwartz, chairman. M Finman, J. Moed, li Goldstein, L. Simovitz. M. Bokor. Roy Jenkins, Lou Rosen, J. D. Rosen thai. J. Roth, Dr. S. Bergman, and I.. Smith. Social Coinm. Mr. I. Salsbury. chairman. Dr. J. L, Schwartz. F. Poller. Dr. Fred Lebos. S. Fleischniaii. A. Weil, and S. Verkauf. Membership: Mr. D. Bronson. chairman. Ernest Maas, Jr., M. J. Mackler. S. Halizer. Dr. Al Augustine. E. Weber, and Max Argintar. Educational: Dr. R. B. Short, S. Schwartz. I. Salsbury. D. Bronson. and J. Silverman, • • • The Dictators Club held then regular meeting Sunday. Jan. 28th. at the new Y. M. H. A, building at Ross and Nebraska Avenues, to complete plans lor a dance being held at the Villa Del Rio. Thursday, Feb. 1st. at 9 p. m. The affair will be an open house to member.and friends ol the club. Members acting on this committee are Sam Abramovltz, chairman; Milton Bokor. and Jack Morris. Members and their dates will attend a basketball game at the Tampa Ray Casino to be played between the Y. and the Knight and Wall Co., and then proceed to the dance. • • • Ruth Weber, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Win. Weber, and Manuel BUChman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob liiichman, were married last Sunday at the home of the bride. Miss Weber was attended by her sister, Mrs Russel Bernheim, as matron ot honor, and Miss Pearl Buchman. acted as best man. A bullet luncheon was served to ihe immediate families of the couple after the ceremony, after which i he couple left lor an extended trip to New Orleans and Birmingham. Ala. Upon their return they will be at home at the Paramount apartment.-. Tampa. • Mrs, M. Kaufman of New York. is the guest ot Mrs. M. G H 708 Rome Ave., she will ''MM' durll 'in' week with Mrs. S Simovitz and her daughter, Tillie, to make an automobile tour thru Florida and Alabama. Mi h In I of Toledo. Ohio. ,.i Tampa. Is Ing her parents, Mr. and Ml Ressler, ol 315 Wesl Park Ave.. Tampa Orlando, Fla. Mr B. J. Cohen. Mr. H. Kanner. and Mr. H Roth recently attended I convention of the Orthodox C Rabbis and laymen Ol Florida in Miami. Mr. 'lent. • The I nds of Mr. Leo Friedberg will be glad to learn that ondltlon Is greatly improved. • • • The Temple Sisterhood of the (ion re atlon Beth-El, sponsored a IK neflt bridge at the San Juan Hotel on Wednesday evening. The hostesses were Mrs. J. N, Burman. Mrs. Sol Samuels, and Mrs. Ben Arstien. • • • Mrs, MornLelkowitz returned to her home from the Orange General • • • Hospital on Tuesday. Morry Solin spent the week-end in Miami. • Lee Arstien. of Taledega, was a •it visitor in Orlando. • George Goldblatt. of New York. he winter in Orlando. • Murry Kanner. Louis Bluml and Morris Levine .-pent Sunday in Lakeland. • Mr. J, Ginsberg, of Tampa, is spendii il day.in Orlando. • Joel Baker and Willie Lieberman their mid-term vacain Orlando. Nazis Confiscate Property of Zwei anil Kerr Berlin—All of the property of Stefan Zweig. famous novelist, and Alfred Kerr. noted essayist, and Dr. L. S. Oppenheimer, dean of critic, has been confiscated by the the medical profession here and Prussian secret police. Zweig and honorary member of the HillsborKerr are among the distinguished ough county medical society, obGermans now in exile. A colored laundress who was emHee: "We've been married twenty ployed by a Jewish family was talkyears tomorrow. Shall we kill a ing about her employer to a friend chicken for dinner?" who worked for a Gentile family. Said the first: "The lady I works for has a daughter who told me she belongs to a union and wouldn't work more than eight hours a day. And I beIn^ eher. too. "What make.you so sure?", the second laimdio.-s a.-ked. "Well, yesterday, when i went into the young lady's room to put her away, i -aw plain as day on her dressing table, a book called 'Union Prayer Book!" Hoo: "Why punish the poor brute for something that happened all that time ago?" Ike iat breakfast): "Waiter, this cot lee tastes remarkably funny." Waiter: "Well. sir. it was ground only hall an hour ago." ike Med up): "i see, it was ground a few minutes ago. and now it's mud." A man Ls sometimes compelled to put up with thoes he does not love —pawnbrokers, for instance. Marriage is like a beleaguered fortress. Those who are within wan: to get out. and those without wan: to get in. A man without character among nun is like a chicken without feathers among chickens, each having lost dignity. Farha: "What is a bigamist?" Abe: "A man who makes the same mistake twice." The scale of justice is simply trial balance. Women who put powder on thenfaces never shine in public. A man may know love by heart and yet be unable to define it.



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wjewisti Floridiari No. 5 1 J.OKIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1934 Price Five Cemi iwish News .round The World %  %  nuient's Firmness Quids |tl-8emltes in Roumanla krest.—Impressed with the kcu government's businesslike and determined effort to maintain old'-I' In Roumania at all casts. the Htl-Semitlc students have ^^H i' "niuii KI in all thg universities. Everywhere order low prevails as the Iron ^^^^^ in Whethgr the government will deal with tie Cuzlsl anti-Semites in the same Mgorous manner as it has ^^^^H the doubtA, although foreign minister Tltuleatu is known to have demandas a Anhtion to Ins joining the cablnsMthat the Cuzist.s be regarded as part of the anti-Semitic movement. 3 MsMHiii i ini-i-. in Prussia Dissolved ^Hdia Names to City Offices ^ %  oil; Mayor I.a Ouardia has filled 'wo important commis^^ %  ks with prominenl Jews RobB^Hlo.se.s. slate park commissiosua^Hs been named head of the ^Bisnhdatcd department ol parkS^Bd Paul Moss, theatrical producer, commlssio: rtah l)n, tenFinds Vaccine for Mill.mill, Paralysis few 4r Tin developmenl of a vaccine vance loure Igarded as a major adIcience'a fight to discovei infantile paralysis has unced by Dr, Maurice BO-year-old Jewish physipttawa, Oanand, has been experiments at the Wilier Hospital. Dr. Brody'i ^^H obtained by taking dly latentilc paralysis virus and ting it with formaline, a germ Igets the Virus from the of monkeys Infected itile paralysis. BerUS— Dissolution of the three Masonic lodges of Prussia has been ordered -by Premier Herman Wilhelm Cilering. By the terms of Goeringja order the Indues are permitted^ liquidate their affairs withoufcB consult ing the mother lodges. Bloc indues, which barred Jews, BVeriii their international Masonlowei.itmnin i!iH. Masonic lodges Bvrankfui • andm Mam and Hamburg were c'lssolved several months ago. Revudoni I il< il lmStmiiiii; British Embassy in Warsaw Warsaw M. Melol/.ki and S Tatishinski,h' two Revisionists were foun ol smashing windows ialtl.i British Embassy as a protest Bninst. immigration restrictions BjPaie.stme, have been sentenced te six months Imprisonment. A representative of the British em^BBBfks I he tence wa. Annual Dance Is Next Tuesday What promises to 1-e OIK ol the outstanding events ol the current season Is the third annual benefit ball sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation next Tuesday evening February 6th. The event which will be given at the Mahi Shrine Temp:. Biseavne Boulevard at 14th streel will have a number of local night club stars appearing during the evening to entertain the guests. The proceeds of this event arc used towards the Talmud Torah fund of tl rganlzation and helps pay for those children receiving their nligiOUS training free of cost. Booths for the sale of goodies and foods will be decorated in keeping with Jewish national events and will be in charge ol members of the organization, several surprises havi been prepared by the committee directing the event and will be in the form of novelty events. D.inein will begin at 0 and will last until the wee hours of the morning. In charge ol arrangements la a commit tee headed by Mrs. J. L. S'.ioche'. The chairman Is being assisted by Mi \. Blumberg assistant chairman. The reception committee coni Mesdames Ida Buckstein. P. Berkowitz, Nina Kotkin, and Louis Pallott. Mrs. chas. Tannenbaum Is ticket chairman; committee on rein hmciits is headed by Mi Adelman who Is being aided b; Mesdames Max Rappaport and Morris Kotkin. Mrs Max Kupferstein Is In charge of drinks; Mesdames Sylvia Peldman and < leo. (loldberg are In char [i ol flowers, with candli cigaretti.in charge ol Mrs, '• Abramson and Mrs. Harry Kotkin. ThO e who desire to play cards will be taken care ol adjoining the ballroom. Rabbi Gives Butcher Hearing After a hearing given to Max Nussbaum Of the Miami Beach Kosher Market at Miami Beach last Saturday night at which time Witnesses were examined. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach adjourned the hearing to Sunday night. At this second hearing Jack Nussbaum a member of the firm after a thorough grilling by the Rabbi admit ted that he had purchased non-kosher meats under assumed names for the firm; he declined to divulge the names of the customers to whom these treifah meats had been sold: it was admitted that they had violated the terms ol the agreement under which the butcher shop had been placed under the Rabbi's supervision. Monday Rabbi Rosenbloom announced that he had withdrawn hisupervision and demanded that the firm remove the kosher sign from their windows. He further recommended that his congregation direct the attention of the City authorities to the violation of the city ordinance referring to kosher meats. An Open Letter TO BF.TII JACOB CONG.. ITS MEMBERS AM) WORSHIPPERS Fund Campaign To Continue When, several months ago, as your Rabbi I began to work for you and the Jewish community to insure that meat sold to you as "Kosher" was, in fact, kosher in the fullest sense of the word. I knew and realized that it meant untold work and hardships. I called butchers together, sliochtim together, and finally obtained the written agreement of all butchers in Miami Beach with the exception of one. The agreement was definite, explicit and was designed for the purpose of making certain that the butchers would observe "Kashrus rules and regulations." Last Friday my attention was called to certain facts which were astounding. An investigation and a visit to Armour A Co, disclosed that the Miami Beach Kosher Market operated by M. Nussbaum and Sons had. under assumed names, been purchasing treifah meats and selling them. A visit to their butcher store revealed two pieces of beef which convinced me beyond any doubt that they were treifah. On Saturday niuht I sent for the proprietor, and in the presence of Rabbi Washer and several tourists. i confronted Max Nussbaum with the facts. I need not go further into the tacts which were disgraceful, except to say that in the presence of Miami Beach residents and tourists, .lack Nussbaum definitely confessed that under the names of .1. J. Black. I. A .1. Market he had purchased "treifah" meats. He refused to give a list of his customers who bad purchased these treifah meats from them. After a thorough consideration of all the facts I immediately withdrew my "Hashgocho and supervision" from this store, and direct ed him to remove the "kosher" sign from his windows. I further recommended that he be prosecuted for a violation of the city ordinance. I have eome to the definite conclusion that single handed I can accomplish nothing. According to a resolution adopted at the recent conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of Florida, all communities were urged to have a "V'aad Hakashruth" formed of laymen with the Kabbi to assist. This I Urge upon the Greater Miami community. However, because of the unfortunate disclosures I havejust mentioned, I feel that in fairness to myself, and more in fairness to the Jewish observing public, and because of the fact that with the present arrangements I can no longer conscientiously guarantee that those under my supervision are strictly kosher. I regretfully withdraw mv supervision from every butcher and every meat and poultry establishment in G re a te r Miami. I pledge my unqualified support and untiring efforts, at all times, to aid and assist in any and every movement which can accomplish and insure Kashrus. I urge it as a solemn duty on all Jews that they With the hall mark reached In the goal set by the Campaign Committee for the raising of funds for the Jewish Welfare Bureau, Mr Harry I. Upton chairman of the campaign committee anounced thai at the urgent request ol the members ol the various teams engaged m the drive, it would be continued for several weeks longer to enable the amount sought t'i be raised Last Sunday night the simultaneous bridges held throughout Miami Beach resulted in several hundred dollars being raised by the Women' %  teams for the Jewish Welfare Bureau. This is the first time in local history that such a novel event was arranged. This is the first year that the Jewish Welfare Bureau, taking care of the needy Jews in Greatei Miami, will be without the support of the Community Chest recently disbanded. In addition to the usual relief work engaged In by the Bureau and the rehabilitation work carried on by the organization, the budget this year calls tor the organization of a Free loan Fund to enable the small merchant to borrow sufficient to take care of himself and not to become a ward ol charity. The campaign which is now beginning ittenth day lias been under the direction ol Mr. Harry I Lipton general chairman of the campaign committee 11 < %  Is being ii ii' Stanlej C. Myers chairman nt the mii and Mn Bertha B. Levy chi th< Women's Division. This Is the til i tnatic countywide campaign instituted by the organization sin its inception some years ago, Among those who have done exceptionally able work for the campaign Is Plncus Schelnberg, a past president ol tin organization. Temple Sponsors Birthday Bridge Sisterhood of Temple Israel will give Its annual birthday bridge luncheon February 5, at The Hangar. Fleet wood Motel. Mrs. Herbert E, Kleiman, chairman, Is being assisted by Mrs. Jules I'earlman, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs Henry Williams. Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Mi Tobias Simon. Mrs Harry Rubin, Mrs. Gordon Davis and Mrs. Rose Miles. Table prizes Will be awarded and reservations may be made with any committee member or at the hotel, The Sisterhood will sponsor event.next month: Garden bridge, February 12, home ot Mrs. M. Rubin, 1419 Meridian avenue; dinner dance' at the New Deauville. February 14; annual garden party. Februai organize a "Committee on Kashrus" immediately. To such a committee I shall be happy to give the benefit of my experience and such aid and advice as they shall request of me. (Signed) RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM [ Announcements! MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthadax) I54.1 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Early en It 11 at 6:18 p. m. will be followed by the late services at 8:30 when a sermon will be preached by the Rabbi on "A Tribute to Woman." The usual congregational sinuing and chanting will be enjoyed. Saturday morning service) begin at 9 a. m. Mincha at 5 p. m followed by Shalosh Saudah and Marriv. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conicrvative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Early services at 5 are followed by the late services at 8 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach the sermon. Cantor Louis Hayman will chant the services and conduct the conlonal smmng assisted by the choir. Saturday morning sen mi • begin at 8 a. m. Junior congregation led by Cantor Kaminsky meets at 10:30. The Rabbi's subject tonight is: "The Fate ol An ideal." Visitor: night will be celebrated and refreshments w .11 be .served. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform i 117 N. I:. NlnnlcwnUl Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi gin at 8:15. Tl Dr Kaplan's .sermon will be "In Life the shortest Distance Is th< I Line." publl well ome. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox! 311 Wanhinutnn Ave.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi. BETH JACOB CONG. The early services at h p. m will be followed by the late service at 8 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach on "The preamble to the Jewish Constitution." Cantor Samuel Kantaroff of New York will chant the services Friday night and Saturday morning. At the Saturday morning services Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York a renowned Jewish orator will be the guest speaker. Sanford Bernstein, son of Mr and Mrs. J. Bernstein of New York will be Bar Mit/va. and will recite the Haftoro and deliver a brief address. Mincha at S will be followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv. Classes In Ayln Yaakov are conducted daily between Mincha and Maariv by tin Rabbi. 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 "Nakedness Reevealed." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading, and a question box.



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MK9HH| Friday. February 2, 1934 TH E JEW ISH FLORIDIAN Page Five %  1 'LAY INC, AT THE SOCIETY Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman | on N. W. 4th st. and 2nd ave. Mr. t the annual musical birthday j Wolf Cohen will be glad to call for the bundles if he is advised. TIVOU THEATRE larty to be sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood, at 8:30 p. m. ibruary 18, has named the followi; u patronesses: Mrs. L. Brown, Mrs. M. J. Kopelelitz. Mrs. B. Kandel, Mrs. J. Katz, bs. S. Spector, Mrs. M. Scheinlirg. Mrs. A. Rubin, Mrs. L. Levins, I. Meyer Schwartz. Mrs H. Olii .m'., Mrs. Ed Friedman and Mrs. Goldberg. • • • Miss Tillye Predinger entertained her home, 1056 S. W. Thirteenth enue, Thursday night with a surise party honoring the birthday nversary of her sister, Marjorie idinger. Dancing and bridge nied amusement for the guests h Miss Pauline La-sky in a numof piano selections. A buffet iper was served. rethe by Rabbi Elijah Meyer Bloch. nowned scholar and dean of Telzer Yeshiva accompanied Rabbi Pincus Teitz of Riga arrived in Miami yesterday to spend several weeks here. While here they will address a number of local meetings. • • • Next Thursday evening Emunah Chapter O. E. S. will entertain Nancy Rickard associate grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Florida and Ellen Deer grand Instructor of District 29 at the Scottish Rite Temple beginning at 8 | m 10 cilv Some of Hip best dog; p. m. All visiting stars are invited I'" tlu country nm nightly and tiny to attend. navp been s well matched that none can fortell tlie outcome of any Jean Parker and Barry Norton in "Lady For A Day" A Columbia Picture 1 col. Scene cut or mat LFD-17A |! he officers of Junior Hadassah ionor new members at a ball the patio of the Strathaven HoSunday. February 4th, at 8:30 ock p. m. Ilsa Winnie Weinkle, membcr|> chairman, will greet guests. All nbers in good standing, with lr escorts, are invited. Orchestral music will be provided Simpson. dancing, and a delightful profflin of entertainment has been i inged. A large number of visitors and residents attended the benefit bridge sponsored by Senior Hadas-ah at Trotzky's restaurant Miami Beach last Wednesday. Mrs. I.ee Lobenthal was chairman ol this aflair together with Mrs. Julius Simpson and the proceeds were derated to the Jewish National Fund committee of the local organization which committee is headed bv Mrs. H regular meeting of the Books il Brief Club will be held Monday 81 ling February 5th, at 8 p. m. in home of Mrs. Victor Mell. 1262 r. 4th st. Mrs. Mell will give the bent topic. Mrs. George Goldwill review Vincent Gough by |a Mier Graese. A social hour follow. • • • Jabbi Max Shapiro returned to City yesterday following a ten business trip to New York City. • • • lr. Stanley C. Myers returned to tH City after an absence oi ten dft in New York City. %  • • e Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Is is asking the public to conJie cast off clothing for Its nimjr store at the Odd Fellows bids Final plans for the gala member 1 Ip smoker next Wednesday evening at the Y. M. H. A. limited to paid up members and friends include an evening of entertainment during which night club stars in race Last night huge crowds ed the monkey jockeys which were upon the dogs. This is the same bunch of monkeys thai have appeared before at tins track and they were brought back by popular demand. For an evening Ol real dog racing one should attend the beautiful plain neai the heart oi the city. The Individual who made the most outstanding contribution u> advancement oi law enforcement in Florida during 1933 is to receive public recognition and a medal from the hands ol Governor Sholtz. The United States flag association will give the medal. It will give this area will present an interests nilar medals in all the states. ing program. Refreshments will be served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. WeinstOCk of Far ROCkaway, N. Y.. accompanied by their children and families arrived here last week to spend the remainder of the winter season. Mr. WeinstOCk is a prominent member of the Far Rockaway community where he was the founder of the Synagogue. 6 • • Actual figures show that more jog racing fans are visiting and attending the nightly racing at the beautiful plant Ol the West Flagler '.' ne! club than at any other club [F YOU KHALI.V WANT KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY WHY GUESS? BUY FROM DAUMS KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET Attorney General Cary D. Landis. as chairman, president John J Tigert of tile University of Florida, and Mrs. M. M. Ebert of Lake Wales, state regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution, will make the Florida selection. Attorney General Landis Wednesday received notification of selection of the committee from the national headquarters of the United siates Flag association in Washington. The person who will receive tin medal Will he chosen on the basis ;i recommendations made by Florida citizens, and Attorney Genera andis Invited a!) Floridlans to make their recommendations. All endorsement, the attorney ii' i.ii .-aid. should be submitted t:> his Office here not later than February 24. The three judges will announce their decision on March 1. and a date will lie set for award of the medal. "The purpose of awarding the decoration." General Landis said. "is to stress in the public mind the importance of law enforcement and stimulate interest and commendation in the efforts of those working for the enforcement of the law. It is calculated to serve as an incentive to all citizens and authorities to exercise greater diligence in promoting the proper enforcement of the law. Miami 159 N. W. 5th St. Phone 3-1430 Miami Beach 428 Collins Ave. Phone 5-2044 AND BE CERTAIN IABBI B. I), MINIM i is oi'R SHOCHBD AND MASHGIACH White Oak Leather %  Half Soles 3 5c %  i 4nii.c in i i ^ icl %  LADIES HEELS 15c | ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 7411 N F Nirtl A, i II.... f.l., Ii..i. i H 240 N. E. NIL i Ave. Opp. (-in. Hold %  REMEMBER — White Oak — Leather Will Wear Longer. I Leather Will Wear Longer. Give It a Test and Time Will' Third Annual Dance Sponsored By The Ladies Auxiliary of the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Tuesday Feb. 6th FROM 9 P. M. TILL? 1 1 The Miami Shrine Temple Biscayne Blvd. at 14th Street ENTERTAINMENT GALORE ;! -B Benefit For Talmud Torah SEE THE WORLDS GREATEST PLAYERS IN ACTIONADMISSION: 25c—FIRST GAME 8:15—PHONE CANAL 9186 V--. J WHAT'S BEST TO EAT? There's No Difficulty When You Dine At WYLY'S 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 FREE—Tea Cup Reading by Ladv Rhey Make this your "AFTER SHOW RENDEZVOUS"



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Paue Two JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. February 2. 19:14 SOCIETY • .U VC AT THE Til ME. THEATRE A representative audience of resimd isltor 1 (ndi d : .,. tie Yiddish play presented al the Temple Theatre as) Monda night. The 1 1 1 Idman a ;:-.. iccompanled by Harry Rose he lello ind ither member: of thi 1 wai huaiai tlcal %  endid %  : B Qreenbi %  vhi :..i • % %  <: he omed ol tin 1 1 % %  'd %  • ; the .1 % % % %  % % % %  oce Hai H ue n he the m 1 :l %  %  '' '-' ur, % % %  ed i >i ere 1 Berg Mi .;.%  *atli naJ fe* • • n uni >tlva I %  • Oil Burdine'3 RONEY PLAZA SHOP M.. a FOR MISS JL MOR A "Sun-shine Fashion of her own ?? % %  • en >li •ach la our into .1 mi md 1 wn old :-:•• ition. %  • • %  %  Olzabi li 1. ti ndi %  1. %  he r %  • itlon a k ... .1--. %  li bra loi ,"ewtsh Orthod V!'" were dl dual ib Ins. d inv m e [end ;,. • hipping 1 id en • Pacific hi aili : %  1 ea [leai %  n he i lar ir e basis lr in innie." in Marie Dr d W illace ,. %  a :.i '•• md vhicri da ind M ada • 1 .. 1 eati 1 en hi 11 %  \ 1 ceptioi \ • %  I Mil rhei di re "1..:. :-' %  %  lest : honor ven Mn irldi dler md his mi Mrs. Sand • Paul. Minn. Miss Phyllis Mann of New York cousin I Mn ickerman, who la visiting 1 %  1. Isted 1 'Lady For A Da-' la a creec idaptation ol one ol Damon Runvon s fa .. \i in authority on New York Great White Way and ind darker Mew v rk life, 1 a 11 er I' 1 by M.I %  bsoi \ .. ill who frequent Broadway "Happy 1 arks, la [amblers of the metropolis and I : 1 creen. in the %  < 'Lady For A Day rill be e Tlvoll Theatre next Sunday tnd Monday are Olenda Farrell. Barry Norton, Jean Parker. Guy EClbbee. and Walter Connolly. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Barash and 1 Brooklyn. M Y. are eats of their suiter and .. ., \ Mr ind Mra Joseph nberg of this %  Mrs. S M Ma he Radi nagogui 1 ,,n s )f 1! Mrs the Victoria Hospital M %  Max Pearl l fork ousi a M and Mrs. S. M Machtei the Radio Mr 1 Is a %  ,, v Mr Ma i pron York. I od are beii eaded >: Mr L. U e M ood 1 %  %  a Mr %  %  Mr I :•': %  1 d ird Miami B I Oro1 vardi d for hlj d rehmenta will be served. The publie us invited to attend. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ji ish Welfare Bureau is urging the public to contribute cast off clothing, particularly men's wear 10 their rummage sale store which H conducted at 165 N. W. Fifth str The proceeds of the rummage LS being used to relieve the need families dependent upon the B\reau for relief at this time. a a a Joseph Warshoff. 63. retired chant and winter visitor from New York City, residing at 116 Sec et Miami Beach, died M %  m Illness of 10 days. He 1 winter visitor in \r .1 for four years, and wa nber of Epstein lodge. IndepenOrder of B'NaJ B'rith tr. •k. He leaves the widow Mr Reba Warshoff: threi Mr Ray Applebaum, Miami. M d Mrs. (.•••:• Barron, New York, and three imin and Phillip. E conducted in w". L. Philbnck Funer dius Wa thodos ega lot der M nu '.' >rk for burial. + Phone t-6551 \iiuiu :iif 1 hililri-n IfC Box Offir. open; p.m. Sonda* Evenings Mc I Sun.-Won.-TueN.. Feb. 1-5-6— MARIE DRESSLER rtVLI.ACE BEERY 'Tugboat Annie" + TRY ran ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN WD RESTAURANT Real Home 1 ooked Jewish Food Dally i 1 HOK E DELK 1TESSEN K>D %  Joseph M. Fine FUNERAL DIRECTOR associated With Philbrick Funeral Homes PHONES Z-3456—5-3311 •^rcj^2riizi5S2izizrznszizizizsziiivzizsziuzs^izszssizivzizni^tl' It TROTZICY'S st .110 1 S*. III) 1 NOW SERVING ol K FAMOI s \i w \ OBK 1 COURSE DINNER I .uneheons oOc AND A La Carte Meals S45 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Caterers for Banquets. Weddings and All Social Functions. STRICTLY KOSHER ^ t UZIZSVZIZIZSZIZI2SZIZIZSVZSVVZIZIVZIZIZIZIZIVZSiIZIZIZIZIZivf