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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Vol. 7. No. 6
I LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1934
J
ewish News
Around The
World
\. v. Legislature to shift Primary
Day Because of Yom Kippur
Albany. N. Y.-In view ol the
Ifact that September 18, the regular
[date sel for the fall primary elec-
Itions throughout the Slate of New
[York, is the eve ol Yom Kippur, a
bill has been Introduced into both
pouses of the legislature to move
(limaiy day one day ahead, which
tcould be Monday. September 17.
^"oin Kippur is Wednesday. Septem-
ber 19. Senator John J. Dunnigan,
)emocratic majority leader in the
Senate, introduced the measure in
lie upper house, and Assembly Ir-
pin Stcingut. Democratic leader in
lower house, introduced it in
hat chamber.
Price Five Cents
Famous Cantor Where Are You?
Chants Services
] \ 1,'unm.i ni.ui Premier Denies
Anti-Semitism but Favors
Numerous Clauses
Bucharest.Denying that he Is an
Biti-Si-mitc or a supporter ol the
l'lawed Iron Guards, former pre-
ier Vaida-Voevod has warned that
Be new Roumanian governmenl Is
jw'aduv on dangerous ''round by
m wholesale arrests ol the
t QuardistS, He admitted that
had circularized Roumanian
Brns with a letter asking them to
ir Jews from employment bul ex-
lained that "we must think of our-
mvcs first." Expressing fear thai
tti release of 3.000 Iron Ouardists
w held in concentration camps
l! have serious conseciuences. the
for::" r preinier. who lias been ac-
CU d ot being friendly to the Iron
Chi.u d orv.aniz.--tinn. said that whole-
sal< Hi' '.. "will do nothinc to
Oh' 'in- problem of what those
Countries are to do whose Jews are
in excess of the number the popula-
tion can support. The problem is
mo.- acu'i- in Roumania. where
thei i not only an excess of Jews.
but the Jews are poor and concen-
trated among our poorest popula-
tion:, in northern and eastern Rou-
mania."
Because ol the inability to ac-
commodate those desiring to hear
Cantor Samuel KantarofI last Sat-
urday at Beth Jacob Synagogue
Miami Beach, the officials of the
Congregation have arranged to have
the cantor conduct services tonight,
at the early services to begin at 5:30
and at the late services beginning
at 8 p. m. and Saturday morning at
services beginning at 8:30 a. m.
Cantor Kantaroff is a native Ol
Krementchug, White Russia, and
received his musical training at the
famous st. Petersburg Conservator}
of Music. Following his graduation
there he became the cantor ol the
Shtadt Shul In Lemberg Austria.
His SUCCeSS there led to his being
engaged at Vienna and from there
lie went to Tel Aviv. Palestine. Af-
ter a three years' service in Tel
Aviv he served in Chicago, then suc-
ceeded Cantor Hershman at the
Vermont St. Synagogue In Nev
York and for the pas! three years
has served as Cantor ol" tin- Kneseih
Israel Congregation at Sea Gate,
New York. He possesses a robUSl
tenor voice and has been heard ill
many American cities during sev-
eral concert tours. In order to en-
able all to hear him. very rea or
able Charges have been fixed foi 111.
combined three servl
Half Goal Is
Reached In Drive
Interpretation Expected
fashington.Changes in Hie in-
kretation of the existing imnii-
non law to permit the entry into
United States of German-Jew-
|refugees are expected to be
any day by the Department
tabor. Following word from the
fc- Department that it had In-
Ic'ed American consuls to do all
B they can for German refugees
pug admission of this country.
Labor Department is drafting
Datlons to liberalize the present
riot inns. Under the quota law
Many is entitled to 25.957 immi-
llt.s annually but less than ten
PW lent ol this quota has been fill-
* *" '" h>:<" because American
^": have been refusing visas to
mnigrants whom they regard-
likely to become public charg-
Harrj I. Lipton, chairman of the
Campaign Committee for the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau, in announcing
that one half of the quota had been
raised in cash and pledge aid "In
true Jewish spirit, we are thankful
for the funds raised to those who
have contributed. For them the
campaign has been closed. In the
self same traditional Jewish spirit
the campaign will never close for
those who are in a position to con-
tribute hut have as yet failed to do
so. The teams will continue to make
a systematic canvass of the district
until every Jew has been afforded
the opportunity to contribute to his
or her ability." A full list of those
who have contributed will appear in
an early issue of the Jewish
Floridian.
Many Attend
Benefit Dance
"Where are you?" is a question
that we fling at the leaders of Mi-
ami Jewry today. Where are those
of you Who are attempting to speak
for the Jewish public? Where are
those of you who are members of
the American Jewish Committee,
ih.- American Jewish Congress,
Bnai Brith Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue? When- are you when it comes
to tin- defense of vital rights of
Jewry, and the- combatting of the
dissemination of vile, untruthful
and anti-Semitic propaganda right
In re iii Miami?
Mow many of you leaders, who
have been wasting your time to
foist selfish scheme-, upon the pub-
lic, are aware- of the fact that at
the present time there is being con-
ducted a so called revival meeting
in a Miami Church by a man
Whose publications have- been full
ol lies and untruths against tin-
Jews; who in his publications has
vouched for the truth of the in-
:": inc.es "Protocols of the- Elders of
/ion?"
Last year when in a certain
church there arose a minister to
stir up haired against the Jews, it
was the Jewish Meridian, aided by
a fearless Rabbi, who forced a re-
tractlon and apology. The charge
was made- at that time that before
the- Jewish Floridian acted it should
have called all the Rabbis and las
leaders into conference and not
have- taken all the glory to itself.
We have wailed to see what ac-
tion would be taken with the In-
evitable remit that nothing was
done.
Something can be done- and
hould be done to prevent irrespon-
sible men from disseminating un-
truths and spreading bigotry and
ill will between Jew and non-Jew.
V'ad Hakashruth
Is Organized
More than two hundred men and
women, mainly tourists, attended a
mass meeting at Beth Jacob Syria-
Miami Beach last .Sunday
night tor the purpose ol listening
to a report by Rabbi David I.
Rosenbloom ai to tin- present status
ol Kashrus in Miami Beach. Mr.
Harry I. Lipton presided until a
permanent chairman was Chosen
Several tourists addressed the gath-
ering and a number of questions
were asked. A resolution was adopt-
ed that a committee ol eleven to
be known as the "Miami Beach
V'Aad Hakashruth" be formed and
the Rabbi volunteered his services
to help in the work. A Messrs. David
Shapiro of New York. Labovitz of
New York. Emil Brown of Chicago
Sam Stelner of Chicago. B. Brown
ol Mew York. A. Whiteman of New
York. M. Hcrsholsky of New York.
M. Brenner of Cleveland, Ohio. M.
PolakewitZ Ol Bedford. Me.. Harry
Wa.scrman. .1 Becker and II
Schlachman ol Miami Beach were
elected. Harry Wasserman was
elected chairman and Boris Schlach-
man secretary of the committee
several meetings oi the commlttei
were held during the week in an
endeavor to enroll butchers and
hotel keepers under its banner.
Several hundred guests attended
the third annual dance of the
Ladies Auxiliary of (he Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation last
Tuesday night at the Main Shrine
Temple. A complete show was pre-
sented with Chester Alexander and
Al. Parker leading the entire cast
of the Village Nertz Club. Among
others appearing during the eve-
ning were Frank Davlcs of Coconut
Grove. Drinks, sandwiches, candies,
cigarettes and numerous other ar-
ticles were sold during the evening.
DR. BERNARD REVEL.
President of the Rabbi Isaac Elch-
anan Yeshiva and Yeshiva College.
The proceeds will be devoted to the
Talmud Torali fund of the organiz-
ation In charge of arrangements
were Mrs J. Louis Shochet as chair-
man. Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Mrs.
Morris Rappaport. Mrs. Morris Kot-
kin. Mrs. Tina Kotkin. Mrs. Philip
Berkowitz. Mrs. Ida Buckstein. Mrs.
Sylvia Feldman. Mrs. Chas. Tan-
nenbaum. Mrs. Harry Kotkin. Philip
Berkowitz. Fred K. Shochet. Abe
Berkowitz. Miss Sarah Shochet
Mrs. Nathan Abramson.
Donor's Dinner
Is Next Week
Plans for the donor's luncheon ol
Senior Radassah to ix- held at the
Blackstone Hotel Wednesday Febru-
ary 14th at 12:30 p. m. promise one
ol the outstanding e\enl of the
current season. To permit all who
are interested in l(.i work this year, because of the help
given German Refugees in Pales-
tine, all men and women who will
donate $5.00 to the organization for
the Hadassah Medical Unit will be
permitted to attend as the guests of
the local chapter If the quota Is
raised this will be the last affair of
the season to raise funds for the
organization. In charge of arrange-
ments is a committee headed by
Mrs. Milton Weiner who is being
assisted by Mesdames Albert E.
ROSenthal, Barney Weinkle. Jos.
Williamson. Alex. Goldstein and
Harrv Rubin.
Appeal Will
Begin Campaign
According to an announcement by-
Philip Liberman. president of Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach,
and chairman of a committee to
raise funds for the relief of German
Jewry, an appeal in a local Syna-
gog will be the beginning of the
local drive. Half of the proceeds
raised by this appeal which will be
made by a speaker of note will be
given to the German relief and will
be forwarded to the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee in New York. The
other half will be used for The
Jewish National Fund.
! Announcements!

BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(('>nrrvative>
119 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Early servile;; at 5:30 p. m. will
be followed by the late service
8 p. 111. which will be in eh:,:
the Junior Congregation. Junior
Cantor Irving Ginsberg will chant
the entire serivce with a sermon on
Are we the spiritual heirs of our
tat hers." by the Junior Rabbi Mel-
Vin Katz. Rabbi Shapiro will speak
briefly to the fathers and children.
Others of the Junior Congregation
who will take part are Sam Alexan-
der, John Kronenfeld. Jeanette
Kronenfeld, Frank Markowitz. Mel-
vin Weinkle, Roy Mechlowitz, Mar-
shall Levens, Thelma Gropper, Mol-
lie Engler, Peritz Scheinberg, Jack
Mendell and Jerome Weinkle presi-
dent of the Juniors. Saturday morn-
ing Melvin Katz will be bar mitzva
and will recite the haftoro and de-
liver an address in English. The Jr.
Cong, will meet at 10:30 and the
Bar Mitzva Club Sunday at 8 a. m.
MIAMI JEWTSII ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(OrthodM)
i..i. s. w. Third BtraM
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 with
the late services at 8:30 when
mon will be preached on "Halocho
a.- I lie basis lor Jewish life." Satur-
day morning services begin at ;i
a. m. with the Mmeha at 5 p. m.
followed by Shalosh Saudah and
Marriv .Daily nimyan begins at 8
a. m.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Wa-hiML-icri Ave.. Miami H.-i,. h
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
Early services begin at 5:30 with
Cantor Kantaroff chanting. Late
services begin at 8 p. m. when the
Cantor will chant and the Rabbi
will preach on "An Eye for An Eye.
A Tooth for A Tooth, is That Jus-
tice?" Saturday morning services
begin at 8 a. m. with Cantor Kanta-
roff chanting. Mr. Max Rudensky
of the Jewish National Fund will
deliver an address on the work of
the Fund with particular reference
to German refugees. Mincha at 5
will be followed by Shalosh Saudah
and Maariv.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
1S7 N. E. Niilrlrrnth Str**t
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Regular Friday night services be-
gin at 8:15. The subject of Dr. Kap-
lan's sermon will be "How to Treat
a Stranger."
The public is welcome.
Noted Dean Here
Rabbi Jacob Greenberg dean of
the Beth Mldraah.Latorah, the Chi-
cago Theological Seminary, arrived
in Miami last week on a brief vaca-
tion. He Is one of the outstanding
Talmudists in the country and is a
Ph.D. of Heidelberg.



Page 2
HE JEWISH FLOR I D I AN
Friday, February 9, 1934
-SOCIETY
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re bridesmi
included Misa
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arer.
a
Dunlin e's
RONEY PLAZA SHOP, "... B..d-
^unilutu Taihlom.
The
Shirtmaker
Dress
This season, .i i.uli of super-smart women is paying hom
age to the 1934 shirtmaker dress. Whether ol supple cotton,
ilk shirting or gleaming satin they solcmnlj vow it is
the perfect answer for informal resort sports .... S19 75
OTHER SHIRTMAKER
DRESSES $ 10-75 to $2 5
Burdine's Main Store, Third Floor, and Roney Plaza Shop
lor Hadassah officers in honor of
new members. The receiving line
was composed of officers and the
membership committee.
Pink and white snapdragons with
. fern formed the centerpiece of the
refectory tab'.e. and entertainment
was providd by Ben Bernard, pian-
.-.:-. acrobatic dance. Miss Shn-
ley x thm tap
ber Misa *n
[and John Pinder.
I of KC
a sur-
incheon ar.d bridge
Mi
. ".:. .:. B

Mr ai Ml
.'.
ner party The room
; aa
Hi ii Mr and Mrs
received n
il ngral ilatl n Ml -
.: : .' .:
: I :
Beth Da 31 :hood. will
I :.. Id T a' lne
Ine Temple Mrs. L Le-
tairman. ha
ed the followinc committee
: : Myers, flor Mm M
er. re-
Mrs. J. M
Kopelowitz and Mrs H OH]
chairmen: Mrs H M
..:/. program chairman; Mrs L
Hayman. financial chairman.
Mrs Mitchell Wolff lairman
of the ticket commitee for thi Val-
entine dinner dance to bo given at
Deauville Casino on February 14 for
the benefit of the building fund
Temple Israel. In addition to the
regular program of thi asln
many outstanding artists of the
and screen will contribute
their sen-ice to an augmental pro-
gram.
Talmud Torah Fund on March 11
full details of which will appear in
an early issue.
Pl.AYISC, AT THE
7TH AVE. THEATRE
Jai Alai the fastest game in the
world which has taken a hold upon
all sport enthusiasts that see it. has
en wds nightly at
:. beaulful Blscayne Fronton. This
old Spanish game < ham-
orld in
: n nightly and partlculi
... Ing paid to thi trl-
u for the i hamplonship
With floor shows
clubs ap-
tlme to per-
form "
I act
I nton

:..; rtai
the Miami
.. Orthodw gation will
:ogue next
Inning
at 8 p ::. All ;i:''- urged
tickets ol
n to thi meet-
ing.

Wit] weeks to run rec-
. wesi Flagli r Kennel
I the heart
ntinually ln-
htlj M ii In
n the mon-
run several times
Thesi intelligent animals
afford ''P t,1P
they round the rac-
ing oval ai i lp thi i njoyment <>t
Liberal prices are beine
paid by the pari-mutuel.s Some ot
log. in thi ountry arc
een ii itly and the cap-
races, and the
that dogs of equal caliber are
hed help- the uncertain-
[ thi outcome and adds to the
lb ol 'he contest.
Glenda Farrell in "Lady For A
Day"A Columbia Picture
accident last Saturday night in
winch she sustained severe burns
about her arms and legs. Try:: ,
a palatine fire the fluid
n her and she became en-
: in flames. She was
to the hospital where she rem
for several days. She is no
pro Kupferstein Is one of
the founders and active workers ol
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-

R ith Drevlch Is confined to
her home as the result ot an attack
of appendicitis last Tuesday ni

Junior Council of Jewish Women
met at the home of Mrs. Bessie
Wernlkoff, 136 S. W. Ninth avenue,
last Monday. Work has been start-
ed on the sewing groups and for
the blind. A pledge dinner will be
given in May and a theatrical night
is scheduled for February 25. in
charge ol Miriam Scheinberg. Zina
Grand. Mrs. Wernikoff. Ida
Schwartz, Betty Greenberg and Lee
Kasanof. Mrs Grand has been
i elected national projects chairman
, and Mary Reichman membership
chairman.
More than 400 guest
. ni .." the loth am i
ncheon ol Sisterhood of
Temple Israel M moon
at the Hangar, atop the Fleetwood
hotel. Miami Beach. Dr J. H Kap-
abbl ol Templi I i
ie lnvocat!
fron Mrs I M. Wi Ii
lood.
Mrs, H I K
d bj Mi H
Mra Hi i
I) William.- Mrs R Mill
i) .1 Apte Mra Josi ph Wllliai .
;. ; ibia Mrs Hi
Rubin ami Mi n Davis D
ntertainment was
. tied by "The Four Dlplon
ach table.
*
An unusual sight was witm
by hundreds of vl Musa
! ii Indian Vlll
when the weekly feedlni
Ivi:. the alligat
eral hundi' old and the
compai mng on e a w e r e
thrown hundreds of pom.':
fish by the Seminole Indians m
Ifuls. The alllgatoi and i
.vent wild, and when
: the fish they grabbed ai
each other When this happi I
ns have to beat them with the
long bamboo poles which they car-
:.:.d talk to them in short Indian
grunts. The next public feeding will
b<- announced In these columns and
for those who want to see 'nature
in the raw" this will be a real
event. The Musa Isle Indian Village
is the oldest in this territory and is
something the tourist should not
ir.is.s-

Beth Jacob Sisterhood is spon-
soring a dance for the benefit of its
Thi Physical Culture Class under
Mrs Bertha B.
Lev; sponsoi Ing > card party
:'. bruary 12
thi borne ol Mrs Samuel K;;
'.7th ave. and S. W. 15th st
Iven for high scores
and refreshments will be served
I-... .ll] b. devoti d
th irk thi J< wl Wi fan
Bureau.

Max k
fini d : r hi mi a a res .
- +
Adult. 20f j
Children 10c
Boi Oflire j
opens 6 30
p.m. Sunday I
Evenings 20c j
*
Phone 2-6551
j Sun.-Mon.. Feb. 11-12
| MAY ROBSON
| WARREN WILLIAM
"Lady For A Day'
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TRGTZKY'S
NOW SERVING
1
,00 OCR FAMOUS NEW YORK S| .00
7 COURSE DINNER 1
I .uncheons 60c
AND
A La Carte Meals
845 W ashington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Caterers for Banquets, Weddings and All Social Functions.
STRICTLY KOSHER
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Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sole
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Friday. February 16. 1934
THt JEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
t I he
IBWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
P. 0. Box 2(71
Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183
KDITOKIAI. orricRSi
121 S. W. ISih Avenue Phone 2-IIH3
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Kditnr
PRED K. BHOCHET, < irrulMion Manaurr
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Entered M wcond claas mnttor July 4.
111,10, at 'h- I'm*.' Office at Miami, Florida,
ni, i it.- Acl "f March S, I8T9
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. K1SLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
|Six Monlh. ... II.M
line Year.......$2.0
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1934
Vol. 7No. 7
Page Three
is on the verge of a new era. The I afternoon Feb. 14th
Canadian Jewish Congress, now the
official representative body ol
Canada's Jews, is welcomed to the
ranks or Jewish official agencies, [I
ins auspiciously because it has
the entile Jewish population be-
hind It, which is more than can be
said for similar groups m the United
1 ates or Europe,
St.
Petersburg
Notes
at 3 P. M. at
the Tampa University. Rabbi David
L. Zielonka was the guest speaker
and an executive board meeting
was held at 2:15 P. M. preceding
the regular meeting.
.services at Congregation Bnai
Israel. 921 !)tli SI. No. arc held
very Prldaj Eve, a) 8 o'clock. Rab-
bi A. s. Kleinfeld will speak tins
Friday Eve. on "Lincoln an Inspir-
ation", ah tourists arc invited,
A large attendance is expected
al the Novelty Dance given by the
Young Macabees on Wednesdaj
Eve. Feb. 14th, in the auditorium
ni the Congregation.
Thi Building Committee ol Con^
ireation Bnal Israel mel and plans
for the buildii
by i
921
A Purlin Pla; lei and
Party I being
Bnai i ira il ;<
Si No mi Sunday Eve.Man
lunents will h An
. time i In st< .
-.lii> attend.
Mr and Mrs. Jaj Wii i i i
Harvey and Ted ol Tampa,
Isll Ing In St, Petersburg, their
sister and brother-in-law, Mi
Mrs. David Loebel and Family who
recently arrived from New York
City, io make this place their fu-
ture home
Mrs Ida Mershen ol Ne\i
City, Is visiting her father
David (ioldman and family.
Mr
Ll Notable Boycott
[I ictory
Tin endorsemenl ol the Anti-
lerman boycott by the powerful
federation Of Jewish Women'. <
anizations ol Greater New York,
Fliicii represi nts loo.noo women, will
nquestionably give a tremendous
npetus to ihc prosecution ol the
Boycott. Long opposed to It, the
federation ai Its annual convention
liade an about face and pledged Its
Members to support the boycott.
T" factors were responsible for
fcis significant change; tlrsl the
Ighting pro-boycott speech by May-
Fiorello H. LaGuardla, a vice-
esident of the Non-Sectarian
.nti-Nazi League, and secondly the
kilitancy ol the Women's Division
Of the League, As a member of the
federation, the Women's Division
led urged a boycott resolution on
tin Federation's resolutions eom-
lttce which refused to accept it.
nidismaycd. the Women's Division
took Hi eoflensive, marshaled all
the pro-boycott forces in the Fed- B3 Sc0Ul TroP No ,4 "; l('"
niion and by a show ol matchless ll"1>h 8holom Temple were honored
Ajutage and ,>ersislcnce succeeded Buesta al "rvices Friday evening,
in having Its resolution adopted. Peb- 9th- Mr- DiU1 Wegman, Scout-
The notable victory ol the Women's master ol the troop, spoke on the
Wvimoii and u.s chairman, Mrs. *ork the local troP was d<,i"--
Mail: Harris cannot be overesti-
mated because the Federation in-
cles in its membership the larg-
B and most influential Jewish WO-
An's societies in New York, many
whom have opposed the boycott.
^Jth the united backing ol these
3ups the boycott will now become
lclad in New York City.
Orlando, Fla.
A neighborhood meeting will be
held in Sanlord, Florida, on Sun-
day. February 19. at 2:30 P. M. at
the Beth Israel Synagog, with Mr.
Sol Wittenstein. of Orlando, pre-
siding. The meeting will be opened
by Rabbi M. Burson, of Daytona
Beach, who will deliver the invoca-
tion. Oilier speakers during the
morning session will be Mr. Sol
Wittestcin. ol Orlando. Mr. Julius
Dlngfelder, of Sanlord, and Mr.
Louis Ossinsky, ol Daytona Beach
The Sympasulm will be opened by
Rabbi Israel Kaplan, oi Jackson-
ville. The subject of his talk will
be "The Place of the Synagoi
Jewish i.ii i" Mr.- Nal I5< rman, oi
Orlando, has chosen as her topic
"Creating a Jewish Atmosphere In
the home.- Ml i Ruth Epstein i:
.i Beach, and Mr. Burnett
Roth, of Orlando, will discus
"How Jewish yo th i an be stlmu
in Hini! s Jewish This Will
be Follow (i by an open forum dls-
The benediction will be de-
livered by Mr, soion Klepper, ol
Orlando. This will be followed i>\
ption with the Ladles Auxll
lary, ol the Coi n Beth Is
rael, as hostesi
Mrs Belle Hoppman has return-
ed to Orlando, after spending the
pasl few weeks in Winter Garden
We recommend Mayor LaGuardia
lor his bold proposal to run all the
gamblers and shady characters out
of New York, but when tliat is done
what is he going to use for citizens?
Real Estate Looks Up." Head-
line. It naturally would, if it looked
at all. From where real estate has
been lately, there was no place to
look but up.
"it is a favorite custom now in
Soviet Russia." we read, "to give
boys and girls Electricity as a first
name." But is that not merely an
adhesive version of the "gay young
Spark" of Victorian times''
F. D. has operated on
The well-known U. S. dollar,
It doesn't look the last bit wan.
It didn't even holler.
An amusement weekly in New
York si advertising "Strippers
Wanted." There was a time when
that line referred to employment in
a cigar factory,
Where is my ink and pen?
They were here yesterday.
I wish to write and then.
O. for a private den
Where I could leave things lay.
Where is my ink and pen?
They were here yesterday.
A young parson tells us that
everything would be fine in his new
< hurch n only his i ongregation
would cough as freely during the
collection I ring the sermon.
summer's day ; ave some doubt ol the Frei
Maj :. thi boa) and not fail In statement thai champagne is good
Some ol Hie li.-. costly blended
stuff isn't so much to drink, but a
'(nee-post dipped In it will last for-
ever.
for infants, but II I had an Infant,
and had some champagne I would
be willing to drink the champa n
and kei p cli e wati h on I he
hoping lor the best
Som< ; .......s his waj
Until -, lei too thin.
1 bears his weigh
l!i p< i hand of fati
With no rraj matter In his head
"' '''-' ''..... ,l"' Ught is red The girl chum says its Just to
bad that the things that an
Women in a certain south Paclfli for you to eal are the thli
island, a traveler reports, keep one aren't good to eal
losed in the presence of theh _______
husbands. Ther as everything else.
however, the custom Of the open
mouth is faithfully observed.
Burnett Roth is spending
week-end In Orlando.
tin
The ideal wife, a novelist says. U
B treasure, and the ideal husband
a treasury.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Mr. and Mr. Lon Jacobs an-
nounce the birth ol a baby son
The .Jewish community of Orlan-
do was honored bv a visit ol two
scholarly Rabbis who recently cam
to America from Poland Rabbi
Reuben Bursteln ol Kamii i
Litovsk and Rabbi Zimmerman i I
Yeshivah In Kaminetz tor many
years.
Uniting Canadian
Jewry
^*A notable example of genuine
fish unity was revealed to the
by the recent session of the
Radian Jewish Congress which
established on a permanent
Delegates elected by a real
locratic process from every part
Dominion and representing
hades of religious, economic and
Itical beliefs were able to reach
lommon understanding in the
kmon goal of Canadian Jewish
py. The Toronto sesions leave no
m for doubt that the Canadian
Jlsh Congress speaks in the
e of all Canadian Jews. It Is
the recognized organ of Cana-
Jewry. The Jews of Canada
the same problems that con-
bt American Jews. If a united
111 effort can solve them rcalls-
|ly and with some degree of
lanency then Canadian Jewry
The Girls .scouts of Rodoph Sho-
lom Temple met at the Y. M. H.
A. Monday afternoon Feb. 12th at
4 P. M. Plans were made for a pic-
nic which will take place the 23rd
Of this month at the home of then
captain, Mrs. I, Abramovltz. Any
girl desiring of joining the scouts
can do SO by coming to the Y. M.
H. A. building any Monday after-
noon at 4 P. M.
Mr, Morris Wittenstein and Re\
B, Safer were hosts to the visiting
Rabbi- during their two days .-<>-
lourn In Orlando.
The Annual Banquet and Install-
ation oi officers ol Ohev Sholem
Cong will be held in the vestry
rooms oi the Synagogue on Sunday
Feb. 18 at 7 P. M.
Gainesville Notes
At its recent annual election ol
Officers, the University of Florida
chapter ol Tau Bpsilon Phi nation-
al locial Jewish fraternity, chose
the following nun to lead them for
the year 1934.
Irving Glbbs, Live Oak, chancel-
lor.
11 on Robbins, < tainesville, vice
ancellor.
Philip Seiner Jacksonville, scribe
George Greenberg, West Palm
bursar.
Irving Glbbs, who was selected to
lead the society for the coming year,
is a junior in the College of Busi-
ness Administration, and has been
very prominent in all school ac-
tivities,
TORGSIN IN USSR
READY FOR PASSOVER
The Merry Fellows Club of Tam-
pa attended an informal buffet sup-
per and dance for club members
and a few guests Sunday evening
Feb. Uth, al the home of Mr. and
Mrs Oscar Poller. on Prospect
Road. The Rhythmaires Orchestra
played and plans were anounced
lor the rental for two months of a
cottage at Indian Rocks and for a
formal dance next month.
Reservations for the dance spon-
lored by the Ladies Auxiliary of
I'emple Rodoph Sholom at the
lamp:! Yacht and County Club
Thursday evening March 1st, can
be made by calling Mrs. Han I
lien. 114(1972 or Mrs. Jack Swerci-
m s-4004.
Tampa section National council
Ol Jewish women met Wednesday
Leon Robbins. newly elected vice-
I he installation of officers of the chancellor whose home is Gaines-
Orlando Lodge 1043 Order Bnai ville. Is a junior in the College ol
Brith will be held on Tuesday. Feb. Law. He Is one of the most promi-
20th at 8 P. M. A special program nent men on the campus, having
will be presented. Judge H. N. Roth been elected last spring in the
will be in charge of the ceremony campus-wide contests to member-
----------- ship on the Lyceum Council.
Friends of Mrs. M. Safer will be Philip Selber, ol Jacksonville, who
MOCOW U. S. S. R Feb. 9thRe-
calling the experience ol past yea
the Torgsin organisation Is strip-
ping tor action as the Jewish holi-
days near Although remittances of
orders from relatives and friends
living abroad have shown a stead}
increase to all nationalities residing
m the V. S. R remittances to per-
son- oi Jewish origin, represent
about half Ol ll, lead the
field.
Torgsin official say their businei
has a lively spurt just before Pass-
over when Jew ush residents abroad
remember relatives or lnends living
in the U. S. S. R.. often with hand-
some gifts. This, they say. is like-
wise true in the case of other na-
tionalities at Christmas time
Boasting 1,700 retail outlets in
every part of the Union, Torgsin
continues to open new stores almost
daily The supplementary mail or-
der service is likewise being en-
larged. Officials say they are well
prepared to handle the sudden in-
crease In business, already making
Its appearance for Passover. Then
pleased to know that she is at home was elided scribe of the society, has are about 3.000.000 Jews in all parts
now after a recent operation at the attained a mast enviable record In of the Soviet. Union; most of them
Florida Sanitarium.
Miss Sylvia Roth arrived in Or-
lando Saturday afternoon from
Tampa where she underwent a
minor o|>eration while there.
is
to
both scholastic and extracurricular
activities, although he is only a
sophomore.
George Greenberg, the new bur-
sar, is al the top of his class both
: i-eiii i iriilar and scholastic
endeavor. The West Palm Beach
student was also accorded a distinct
honor recently when he was chosen
vice-president of the International
l.'i hit ions Club.
having relatives in
States and Canada.
the United
Guard German Cardinal Who
Denounced Anti-Semitism
Munich The peace of Cardinal
Michael von Faulhaber. the Cath-
olic prelate whose outspoken oppo-
sition to Nazi anti-Semitism has
made him the object of bitter criti-
Other officers elected by the fra- clsm throughout Germany, Is now
a twenty-four
Istanbul. -The Turkish press
devoting B great deal of space
comment on the intriguing theory
offered by the internationally known
Professor Sapati Hey that the Jews
oi Europe are not related to the ternlty are: Sam Sugarman, war- being guarded by
Israelites who lived in Palestine den: Joel Fleet, historian; and Bur-
nor are they Semites. Professor Bej netl Roth, chaplain. Martin Segal
who is a friend Ol the Jews, bellev- and William Leiberman were select-
is that his theory will be a death- ed for membership on the executive
blow to anti-Semitism. council,
hour detail of police. Unknown pei-
sons have alreadj attempted to as-
sassinate hib, several revolver srots
having been fired into the palao
windows.



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THE JEWISH FLOBIO A N
Friday February 16, 1934
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'riday, February 9, 1934
THE JEWISH F L O R I D I A N
SOCIETY

With Lionel Barrymore and
1C lam Hopkins beading an im-
M..vive east, "The Stranger's Re-
im. opens Sunday and Monday at
ft Tivoll Theatre to delight the
B'.iri.s of all lovers of stirring hu-
B:m drama and romance of the
pted lrom the new novel of
m al life by Phil Stong, author of
B'.itc Fair." the Mrtro-Ooldwyn-
Bi.vcr picture achieves a greatness
m performances and directorial dis-
B-.ction as well as sheer pictorial
Anity. Kins Vidor directed the film
Bit adds another superb effort to
ft long list of screen accomplslh-
nu
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lobait Bosworlh. veteran screen
mtm: ls playing his first motion
VI ure role in more than a year in
gft Columbia production. "Lady
flr A Day." which is showing Sun-
OS and Monday at the 7t.li Avenue
TD' 1'
Sosworth has been on a vaude-
vffli 1 nr "I the United States, play-
W in every important city east of
A Mississippi. HLs act was called
4>w and Then." and in it. he
gBwed scenes from several of the
liri million pictures ever filmed,
and Minted anecdotes from his own
roll career.
The Miracle Man" was Bos-
W0rth> last picture before his de-
parture, and the day after he ar-
rived in Los Angeles, he donned
grtft.se paint lor his role of the Gov-
ernor in "Lody For A Day." Frank
Capra. Columbia's ace director, di-
rected "Lady For A Day," with an
all-star cast that includes Warren
William, May Robson, Guy Kibbee.
Cilenda Farrell, Jean Parker, Barry
Norton and Walter Connolly.

Mr. Louis Cohen prominent com-
munal worker of Baltimore. Md.. is
a visitor at the Floridian Hotel.
Miami Beach. With him is Mr. M.
Sholtz of Philadelphia. Pa.

The Misses Grace and Cora Kal-
len of Boston and New York are
visiting at the Bonita Apts. Miami
Beach where they will spend the
season,

Mrs. I. Zevin and daughter ol
New York are spending the winter
siason 111 Miami Beach. Mrs. Zevin
Is the widow ot the late I. Zevin
known throughout the world as the
famous humorist "Tashrak."

a regular meeting of the Senior
chapter oi Hadassah will be held
at the club rooms of the Acacia Club
in the Congress Bldg. Monday Feb-
ruary 12th. at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs.
Meyer Hi Mar organizer of the
Junior Hadassah of Chicago as the
guest speaker. All member are urged
to attend.

Last Saturday morning Joseph
Dwek the son of Mr .and Mrs. Ezra
Dweck was Bar Mitzva at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation when
he recited the Haftoro and deliver-
ed a brief address in English. Sun-
day night the parents were hosts
PLAYING AT THE
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SEE THE WORLD'S GREATEST PLAYERS IN ACTION
MIRIAM HOPKINS
al .1 reception for their friends and
guests at their home.

M L. HartZ and Mrs. Wm.
Robinson Will be co-hostcsses next
.Sunday February llth lor one of a
Mi's of benefit chain card parties
for Beth David Sisterhood at Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall beginning
1 at II p in Prims will be awarded
for high scores and refreshments
will be served.

Beth David Sisterhood us sponsor-
ing its annual musical birthday
party at Beth David Talmud Torah
Auditorium on Sunday evening Feb-
ruary 18th with a committee in
charge ol arrangements headed by
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. A musical
melange will be one of the features
ol the evening's events.

At a meeting of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association last Wednesday
night at its clubrooms plans were
made for a gala dance to be spon-
sored by the organization. In charge
of arrangements will be a commit-
tee headed by Jack Atkins. Full de-
tails will appear in an early issue.
Congratulations are being receiv-
ed on the birth of a baby boy to
Mr. and Mrs. David Bass. Mrs. Bass
Ls the former Miss Miriam Orovitz.
The Bi-ls will be held Sunday noon
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiat-
ing at the Victoria Hospital

The Y. M. H. A. will sponsor a
Yiddish sJiow with a New York cast
at the Temple Theatre Monday.
February 19th.
*
Mr- Win Wi.se and son. Billy. Jr.,
of Atlanta. Ga.. are spending sev-
eral weeks in Miami Beach on their
winter vacatoni.
Nathan Segall of Montgomery.
Ala., arrived here yesterday to visit
his son 111 law and daughter Rabbi
and Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom of
Miami Beach. Mr. Segall was presi-
dent of the Synagogue in Montgom-
ery for 18 years and us now its hon-
orary president.

The engagement of Miss Jessie
Raminsky the daughter of Cantor
and Mrs. I. Kaminsky to Mr. Sam
Jacobskind of New York was an-
nounced thus week.
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Because of recent developments
in Miami Beach. I deem it my sacred
duty to advise the Jewish public of
Miami and Miami Beach, and par-
ticularly those who desire to obtain
kosher meats, that for the past six
year's "Daum'S Kosher Market" has
been under my daily supervision
and Observance. That during this
entire time both locally killed and
out nl town beel has been brought
in, of whose kashrus there has
never been the .slightest doubt,
which I hereby certify and vouch
for.
Because ot the Jewish law that
one who lor at least three years ha.s
never been doubted has a "Chazoko"
for Kashrus, and bcause of my per-
sonal knowledge and observation, I
advise the entile public that the
two stores, one in Miami and one
in Miami Beach operated by
"Damn's Kosher Market" us strictly
kosher for the most exacting and
that it Is under my constant per-
sonal supervision.
'Signed) Rabbi B. D. Mendell,
Rabbi Cong. Beth Abraham.
Miami .
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means new shoes, suits or dresses.
Your folks there may find, at the turn of the
weather, that last year's stuff is much too worn or
some needed piece is missing. A TORGSIN ORDER
will enable them to do their "Spring Shopping" in
the well stocked Torgsin Stores.
Prices of all articles compare favor-
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Here are some of the orticles sold in the TORGSIN STORES which
will be appreciated with the odvent of spring.
FOR MEN:
Shoes ......................3.70 Rubles
Rubbers .................1.15 "
Trousers ................2.20
Suits .......................7.50 "
Overcoats ..............8.20
Underwear .............60 Kopeks
FOR WOMEN:
Shoes ......................3.75 Rubles
Rubbers ...................90 Kopeks
Suits .......................7.30 Rubles
Cotton Dress .........3.25 "
Bluses ....................65 Kopeks
Silk Combination ... .75 "
FOR CHILDREN:
Shoes ......................1.80 Rubles
Rubbers ..................30 Kopeks
Costumes ...............1.20 Rubles
Pullovers .................30 Kopeks
Dresses .................1.09 Rubles
Sweaters ..............60 Kopeks
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN_
Friday, February 9. 1934
Jewish National
Fund In The
United States
The Jewish National Fud of
America Is a corporation organized
under the laws ol the State of New
York for the purpose of receiving
gifts and contributions for the ac-
quisition of land in Palestine as the
property of thi people.
:. Fund ls a branch
itional 1
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headquartei
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live for the past
hout this
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nately 25 pel
: thi
I October 1, 1932. the
total of Amerl
tlons 1 Keren K
M 16.24
If I thi
Kayemeth enjoys the support and
co-operation of the leaders of Jew-
ish communities in all parts of the
country. Permanent contact, is be-
ing maintained by the bureau with
councils, committees and volunteer
L-roups in nearly 1.200 centres of
Jewish population in the Union.
These committees, as well as the
rank and file of the contnbutors.
are representative of all shades of
opinionsOrthodox as well as Re-
form. Zionist as well as non-Zion-
ist, conservative as well as labor.
The Jewish National Fund work
in the United States does not have
the character of a campaign limit-
ed to this or ;:. II of tin
II go on v
The slogan of
tional Fund work is As long
soil o: Pali tine not red-
I -
d on.
.pab'.e oi
tioi towai
.:. thi
pi pi r timi : 1
remen
Leisn :n the
Monkey
Jockeys
will ride
Friday
Night
WEST FLAGLER
KENNEL CLUB
form of Flag Day and Flower Day |
collections on the occasion of Purim
and Tishe B'Av. High Holidays, tree
planting ispecial attention is drawn
to the George Washington Palestine
Forest, launched on the occasion of
the Bicentennial anniversary of his
birth1, bazaars, banquets, mass
meetings and other public functions.
are being made the channels for
American Jewish support to the
Keren Kayemeth.
A method of particular popular-
Ity stabilized by a tradition of
scores of years is the Blue-white
Box. which has been distributed in
75.000 homes in this country. These
Blue-White B xes .ire being made
matic con-
Fund. Their
years
: ; "48.904.65.
Lsh Nation-
t Amerl
a Board of Directors of 47
en b; ips and
move-
a: A Iministrati' C n n ltt<
: nually by the Boa:;
C01 reports ol I
tivitie if l Pui
annually to thi Zi nisi Conven-
tion and bi-annually to thi Ini
national Zionist C
Dr Israel Ooldsteii sldent;
Rev. Zvi H Masllansky. honorary
:. I. H. Rubin, set:
Louis Rimsky, treasurer Rabbi I
M. Kowalsky, associate treasurer
ly after a rather serious operation
performed a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss and
daughter Pearl from Sayre. Penn..
and Mrs. D. J Silmon of Waverly
New York are house guests for a
month at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Henry of Orlando.
TIVOLI
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>0c till 6:30 Evening 25c
Matinees Dally
Sun.-Mon.. Feb. 11-12
LIONEL BAKRYMORK
MIRIAM HOPKINS
"The Stranger's
Return"
Berlin.Ousting of Jews from at
industries and business is impera-
tive in order to extend the estab-
lishment of the Aryan leadership
principle in the economic domain
K. von Schroder, Rineland finan-
cier, told the Cologne Chamber 0:
Commerce, of which he is president
Joseph M. Fine
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wjemsti filariidliiai in Vol. 7. No. 6 I LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH W EEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1934 J ewish News Around The World \. v. Legislature to shift Primary Day Because of Yom Kippur Albany. N. Y.-In view ol the Ifact that September 18, the regular [date sel for the fall primary elecItions throughout the Slate of New [York, is the eve ol Yom Kippur, a %  bill has been Introduced into both pouses of the legislature to move (limaiy day one day ahead, which tcould be Monday. September 17. ^"oin Kippur is Wednesday. September 19. Senator John J. Dunnigan, )emocratic majority leader in the Senate, introduced the measure in lie upper house, and Assembly Irpin Stcingut. Democratic leader in lower house, introduced it in hat chamber. Price Five Cents Famous Cantor Where Are You? Chants Services ] \ 1,'unm.i ni.ui Premier Denies Anti-Semitism but Favors Numerous Clauses %  Bucharest.—Denying that he Is an Biti-Si-mitc or a supporter ol the %  l'lawed Iron Guards, former pre%  ier Vaida-Voevod has warned that Be new Roumanian governmenl Is jw'aduv on dangerous ''round by m %  wholesale arrests ol the t QuardistS, He admitted that had circularized Roumanian Brns with a letter asking them to ir Jews from employment bul exlained that "we must think of ourMVCS first." Expressing fear thai tti release of 3.000 Iron Ouardists •w held in concentration camps %  l! have serious conseciuences. the for::" r preinier. who lias been acCU d ot being friendly to the Iron Chi.u d orv.aniz.--tinn. said that wholesal< Hi' '.. "will do nothinc to %  Oh' 'inproblem of what those Countries are to do whose Jews are in excess of the number the population can support. The problem is mo.acu'iin Roumania. where thei i not only an excess of Jews. but the Jews are poor and concentrated among our poorest population:, in northern and eastern Roumania." Because ol the inability to accommodate those desiring to hear Cantor Samuel KantarofI last Saturday at Beth Jacob Synagogue Miami Beach, the officials of the Congregation have arranged to have the cantor conduct services tonight, at the early services to begin at 5:30 and at the late services beginning at 8 p. m. and Saturday morning at services beginning at 8:30 a. m. Cantor Kantaroff is a native Ol Krementchug, White Russia, and received his musical training at the famous st. Petersburg Conservator} of Music. Following his graduation there he became the cantor ol the Shtadt Shul In Lemberg Austria. His SUCCeSS there led to his being engaged at Vienna and from there lie went to Tel Aviv. Palestine. After a three years' service in Tel Aviv he served in Chicago, then succeeded Cantor Hershman at the Vermont St. Synagogue In Nev York and for the pas! three years has served as Cantor ol" tinKneseih Israel Congregation at Sea Gate, New York. He possesses a robUSl tenor voice and has been heard ill many American cities during several concert tours. In order to enable all to hear him. very rea or able Charges have been fixed foi 111. combined three servl Half Goal Is Reached In Drive :<" because American ^ %  : have been refusing visas to %  mnigrants whom they regardlikely to become public chargHarrj I. Lipton, chairman of the Campaign Committee for the Jewish Welfare Bureau, in announcing that one half of the quota had been raised in cash and pledge aid "In true Jewish spirit, we are thankful for the funds raised to those who have contributed. For them the campaign has been closed. In the self same traditional Jewish spirit the campaign will never close for those who are in a position to contribute hut have as yet failed to do so. The teams will continue to make a systematic canvass of the district until every Jew has been afforded the opportunity to contribute to his or her ability." A full list of those who have contributed will appear in an early issue of the Jewish Floridian. Many Attend Benefit Dance "Where are you?" is a question that we fling at the leaders of Miami Jewry today. Where are those of you Who are attempting to speak for the Jewish public? Where are those of you who are members of the American Jewish Committee, ih.American Jewish Congress, Bnai Brith Anti-Defamation League? Whenare you when it comes to tindefense of vital rights of Jewry, and thecombatting of the dissemination of vile, untruthful and anti-Semitic propaganda right In re iii Miami? Mow many of you leaders, who have been wasting your time to foist selfish scheme-, upon the public, are awareof the fact that at the present time there is being conducted a so called revival meeting in a Miami Church by a man Whose publications havebeen full ol lies and untruths against tinJews; who in his publications has vouched for the truth of the in:": inc.es "Protocols of theElders of /ion?" Last year when in a certain church there arose a minister to stir up haired against the Jews, it was the Jewish Meridian, aided by a fearless Rabbi, who forced a retractlon and apology. The charge was madeat that time that before theJewish Floridian acted it should have called all the Rabbis and las leaders into conference and not havetaken all the glory to itself. We have wailed to see what action would be taken with the Inevitable remit that nothing was done. Something can be doneand • hould be done to prevent irresponsible men from disseminating untruths and spreading bigotry and ill will between Jew and non-Jew. V'ad Hakashruth Is Organized More than two hundred men and women, mainly tourists, attended a mass meeting at Beth Jacob SyriaMiami Beach last .Sunday night tor the purpose ol listening to a report by Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom ai to tinpresent status ol Kashrus in Miami Beach. Mr. Harry I. Lipton presided until a permanent chairman was Chosen %  Several tourists addressed the gathering and a number of questions were asked. A resolution was adopted that a committee ol eleven to be known as the "Miami Beach V'Aad Hakashruth" be formed and the Rabbi volunteered his services to help in the work. A Messrs. David Shapiro of New York. Labovitz of New York. Emil Brown of Chicago Sam Stelner of Chicago. B. Brown ol Mew York. A. Whiteman of New York. M. Hcrsholsky of New York. M. Brenner of Cleveland, Ohio. M. PolakewitZ Ol Bedford. Me.. Harry Wa.scrman. .1 Becker and II Schlachman ol Miami Beach were elected. Harry Wasserman was elected chairman and Boris Schlachman secretary of the committee several meetings oi the commlttei were held during the week in an endeavor to enroll butchers and hotel keepers under its banner. Several hundred guests attended the third annual dance of the Ladies Auxiliary of (he Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last Tuesday night at the Main Shrine Temple. A complete show was presented with Chester Alexander and Al. Parker leading the entire cast of the Village Nertz Club. Among others appearing during the evening were Frank Davlcs of Coconut Grove. Drinks, sandwiches, candies, cigarettes and numerous other articles were sold during the evening. DR. BERNARD REVEL. President of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and Yeshiva College. The proceeds will be devoted to the Talmud Torali fund of the organization In charge of arrangements were Mrs J. Louis Shochet as chairman. Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Mrs. Morris Rappaport. Mrs. Morris Kotkin. Mrs. Tina Kotkin. Mrs. Philip Berkowitz. Mrs. Ida Buckstein. Mrs. Sylvia Feldman. Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum. Mrs. Harry Kotkin. Philip Berkowitz. Fred K. Shochet. Abe Berkowitz. Miss Sarah Shochet Mrs. Nathan Abramson. Donor's Dinner Is Next Week Plans for the donor's luncheon ol Senior Radassah to ixheld at the Blackstone Hotel Wednesday February 14th at 12:30 p. m. promise one ol the outstanding e\enl of the current season. To permit all who are interested in l(.inrrvative> 119 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Early servile;; a t 5:30 p. m. will be followed by the late service 8 p. 111. which will be in eh:,: the Junior Congregation. Junior Cantor Irving Ginsberg will chant the entire serivce with a sermon on •Are we the spiritual heirs of our tat hers." by the Junior Rabbi MelVin Katz. Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly to the fathers and children. Others of the Junior Congregation who will take part are Sam Alexander, John Kronenfeld. Jeanette Kronenfeld, Frank Markowitz. Melvin Weinkle, Roy Mechlowitz, Marshall Levens, Thelma Gropper, Mollie Engler, Peritz Scheinberg, Jack Mendell and Jerome Weinkle president of the Juniors. Saturday morning Melvin Katz will be bar mitzva and will recite the haftoro and deliver an address in English. The Jr. Cong, will meet at 10:30 and the Bar Mitzva Club Sunday at 8 a. m. MIAMI JEWTSII ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (OrthodM) i..i. s. w. Third BtraM JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Early services begin at 5:30 with the late services at 8:30 when mon will be preached on "Halocho a.I lie basis lor Jewish life." Saturday morning services begin at ;i a. m. with the Mmeha at 5 p. m. followed by Shalosh Saudah and Marriv .Daily nimyan begins at 8 a. m. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Wa-hiML-icri Ave.. Miami H.-i,. h DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi. Early services begin at 5:30 with Cantor Kantaroff chanting. Late services begin at 8 p. m. when the Cantor will chant and the Rabbi will preach on "An Eye for An Eye. A Tooth for A Tooth, is That Justice?" Saturday morning services begin at 8 a. m. with Cantor Kantaroff chanting. Mr. Max Rudensky of the Jewish National Fund will deliver an address on the work of the Fund with particular reference to German refugees. Mincha at 5 will be followed by Shalosh Saudah and Maariv. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 1S7 N. E. Niilrlrrnth Str**t DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi Regular Friday night services begin at 8:15. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermon will be "How to Treat a Stranger." The public is welcome. Noted Dean Here Rabbi Jacob Greenberg dean of the Beth Mldraah.Latorah, the Chicago Theological Seminary, arrived in Miami last week on a brief vacation. He Is one of the outstanding Talmudists in the country and is a Ph.D. of Heidelberg.



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Friday. February 16. 1934 THt JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY t I he IBWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. 0. Box 2(71 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 KDITOKIAI. orricRSi 121 S. W. ISih Avenue Phone 2-IIH3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Kditnr PRED K. BHOCHET, < irrulMion Manaurr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Entered M wcond claas mnttor July 4. 111,10, at 'hI'M*.' Office at Miami, Florida, ni, i it.Acl "f March S, I8T9 WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. K1SLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION | Six Monlh. ... II.M line Year $ 2.0 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1934 Vol. 7—No. 7 Page Three is on the verge of a new era. The I afternoon Feb. 14th Canadian Jewish Congress, now the official representative body ol Canada's Jews, is welcomed to the ranks or Jewish official agencies, [I ins auspiciously because it has the entile Jewish population behind It, which is more than can be said for similar groups m the United 1 ates or Europe, St. Petersburg Notes at 3 P. M. at the Tampa University. Rabbi David L. Zielonka was the guest speaker and an executive board meeting was held at 2:15 P. M. preceding the regular meeting. .services at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 !)tli SI. No. arc held %  very Prldaj Eve, a) 8 o'clock. Rabbi A. s. Kleinfeld will speak tins Friday Eve. on "Lincoln an Inspiration", AH tourists arc invited, A large attendance is expected al the Novelty Dance given by the Young Macabees on Wednesdaj Eve. Feb. 14th, in the auditorium ni the Congregation. Thi Building Committee ol Con^ ireation Bnal Israel mel and plans for the buildii by i 921 A Purlin Pla; lei and Party I being % % % %  %  Bnai i ira il ;< %  Si No mi Sunday Eve.Man lunents will h An %  time i In st< •-•.lii> attend. Mr and Mrs. Jaj Wii i i i Harvey and Ted ol Tampa, • Isll Ing In St, Petersburg, their sister and brother-in-law, Mi Mrs. David Loebel and Family who recently arrived from New York City, io make this place their future home Mrs Ida Mershen ol Ne\i City, Is visiting her father David (ioldman and family. Mr Ll Notable Boycott [I ictory Tin endorsemenl ol the Antilerman boycott by the powerful federation Of Jewish Women'. < %  • %  anizations ol Greater New York, Fliicii represi nts loo.noo women, will nquestionably give a tremendous npetus to ihc prosecution ol the Boycott. Long opposed to It, the federation ai Its annual convention liade an about face and pledged Its Members to support the boycott. T" factors were responsible for fcis significant change; tlrsl the Ighting pro-boycott speech by MayFiorello H. LaGuardla, a vice•esident of the Non-Sectarian .nti-Nazi League, and secondly the kilitancy ol the Women's Division Of the League, As a member of the federation, the Women's Division led urged a boycott resolution on tin Federation's resolutions eom%  lttce which refused to accept it. nidismaycd. the Women's Division took Hi eoflensive, marshaled all the pro-boycott forces in the FedB 3 Sc0Ul Tro P No ,4 ; l( '" •niion and by a show ol matchless ll 1>h 8holom Temple were honored Ajutage and ,>ersislcnce succeeded Buesta al "rvices Friday evening, in having Its resolution adopted. Peb 9th Mr DiU1 Wegman, ScoutThe notable victory ol the Women's master ol the troop, spoke on the WVIMOII and u.s chairman, Mrs. ork the local tro P was d<,i "-Mail: Harris cannot be overestimated because the Federation in•cles in its membership the largB and most influential Jewish WOAn's societies in New York, many %  whom have opposed the boycott. ^Jth the united backing ol these 3 ups the boycott will now become lclad in New York City. Orlando, Fla. A neighborhood meeting will be held in Sanlord, Florida, on Sunday. February 19. at 2:30 P. M. at the Beth Israel Synagog, with Mr. Sol Wittenstein. of Orlando, presiding. The meeting will be opened by Rabbi M. Burson, of Daytona Beach, who will deliver the invocation. Oilier speakers during the morning session will be Mr. Sol Wittestcin. ol Orlando. Mr. Julius Dlngfelder, of Sanlord, and Mr. Louis Ossinsky, ol Daytona Beach The Sympasulm will be opened by Rabbi Israel Kaplan, oi Jacksonville. The subject of his talk will be "The Place of the Synagoi Jewish i.ii i" Mr.Nal I5< rman, oi Orlando, has chosen as her topic "Creating a Jewish Atmosphere In the home.Ml i Ruth Epstein i: .i Beach, and Mr. Burnett Roth, of Orlando, will discus "How Jewish yo th i an be stlmu in Hini! s Jewish This Will be Follow (i by an open forum dls%  The benediction will be delivered by Mr, soion Klepper, ol Orlando. This will be followed i>\ ption with the Ladles Auxll lary, ol the Coi n Beth Is rael, as hostesi Mrs Belle Hoppman has returned to Orlando, after spending the pasl few weeks in Winter Garden We recommend Mayor LaGuardia lor his bold proposal to run all the gamblers and shady characters out of New York, but when tliat is done what is he going to use for citizens? Real Estate Looks Up."— Headline. It naturally would, if it looked at all. From where real estate has been lately, there was no place to look but up. "it is a favorite custom now in Soviet Russia." we read, "to give boys and girls Electricity as a first name." But is that not merely an adhesive version of the "gay young Spark" of Victorian times'' F. D. has operated on The well-known U. S. dollar, It doesn't look the last bit wan. It didn't even holler. An amusement weekly in New York si advertising "Strippers Wanted." There was a time when that line referred to employment in a cigar factory, Where is my ink and pen? They were here yesterday. I wish to write and then. O. for a private den Where I could leave things lay. Where is my ink and pen? They were here yesterday. A young parson tells us that everything would be fine in his new < hurch n only his i ongregation would cough as freely during the collection I ring the sermon. summer's day ; ave some doubt ol the Frei Maj :. thi boa) and not fail In statement thai champagne is good Some ol Hie li.-. costly blended stuff isn't so much to drink, but a '( %  nee-post dipped In it will last forever. for infants, but II I had an Infant, and had some champagne I would be willing to drink the champa n and kei p cli e wati h on I he hoping lor the best Som< ; S his waj Until -, lei too thin. 1 bears his weigh l!i p< i hand of fati With no rraj matter In his head — "' '' %  %  -•' '•' ,l "' Ught is red The girl chum says its Just to bad that the things that an Women in a certain south Paclfli for you to eal are the thli island, a traveler reports, keep one aren't good to eal losed in the presence of theh husbands. Ther as everything else. however, the custom Of the open mouth is faithfully observed. Burnett Roth is spending week-end In Orlando. tin The ideal wife, a novelist says. U B treasure, and the ideal husband a treasury. Tampa, Fla. Notes Mr. and Mr. Lon Jacobs announce the birth ol a baby son The .Jewish community of Orlando was honored bv a visit ol two scholarly Rabbis who recently cam to America from Poland Rabbi Reuben Bursteln ol Kamii i Litovsk and Rabbi Zimmerman i I Yeshivah In Kaminetz tor many years. Uniting Canadian Jewry ^*A notable example of genuine fish unity was revealed to the by the recent session of the Radian Jewish Congress which established on a permanent Delegates elected by a real locratic process from every part Dominion and representing hades of religious, economic and Itical beliefs were able to reach lommon understanding in the kmon goal of Canadian Jewish py. The Toronto sesions leave no m for doubt that the Canadian Jlsh Congress speaks in the e of all Canadian Jews. It Is the recognized organ of CanaJewry. The Jews of Canada the same problems that conbt American Jews. If a united 111 effort can solve them rcalls|ly and with some degree of lanency then Canadian Jewry The Girls .scouts of Rodoph Sholom Temple met at the Y. M. H. A. Monday afternoon Feb. 12th at 4 P. M. Plans were made for a picnic which will take place the 23rd Of this month at the home of then captain, Mrs. I, Abramovltz. Any girl desiring of joining the scouts can do SO by coming to the Y. M. H. A. building any Monday afternoon at 4 P. M. Mr, Morris Wittenstein and Re\ B, Safer were hosts to the visiting Rabbiduring their two days .-<>lourn In Orlando. The Annual Banquet and Installation oi officers ol Ohev Sholem Cong will be held in the vestry rooms oi the Synagogue on Sunday Feb. 18 at 7 P. M. Gainesville Notes At its recent annual election ol Officers, the University of Florida chapter ol Tau Bpsilon Phi national locial Jewish fraternity, chose the following nun to lead them for the year 1934. Irving Glbbs, Live Oak, chancellor. 11 on Robbins, < tainesville, vice ancellor. Philip Seiner Jacksonville, scribe George Greenberg, West Palm bursar. Irving Glbbs, who was selected to lead the society for the coming year, is a junior in the College of Business Administration, and has been very prominent in all school activities, TORGSIN IN USSR READY FOR PASSOVER The Merry Fellows Club of Tampa attended an informal buffet supper and dance for club members and a few guests Sunday evening Feb. Uth, al the home of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Poller. on Prospect Road. The Rhythmaires Orchestra played and plans were anounced lor the rental for two months of a cottage at Indian Rocks and for a formal dance next month. Reservations for the dance sponlored by the Ladies Auxiliary of I'emple Rodoph Sholom at the lamp:! Yacht and County Club Thursday evening March 1st, can be made by calling Mrs. Han I lien. 114(1972 or Mrs. Jack Swercim s-4004. Tampa section National council Ol Jewish women met Wednesday Leon Robbins. newly elected viceI he installation of officers of the chancellor whose home is GainesOrlando Lodge 1043 Order Bnai ville. Is a junior in the College ol Brith will be held on Tuesday. Feb. Law. He Is one of the most promi20th at 8 P. M. A special program nent men on the campus, having will be presented. Judge H. N. Roth been elected last spring in the will be in charge of the ceremony campus-wide contests to membership on the Lyceum Council. Friends of Mrs. M. Safer will be Philip Selber, ol Jacksonville, who MOCOW U. S. S. R„ Feb. 9th—Recalling the experience ol past yea the Torgsin organisation Is stripping tor action as the Jewish holidays near Although remittances of orders from relatives and friends living abroad have shown a stead} increase to all nationalities residing m the V. S. R remittances to personoi Jewish origin, represent about half Ol ll, lead the field. Torgsin official say their businei has a lively spurt just before Passover when Jew ush residents abroad remember relatives or lnends living in the U. S. S. R.. often with handsome gifts. This, they say. is likewise true in the case of other nationalities at Christmas time Boasting 1,700 retail outlets in every part of the Union, Torgsin continues to open new stores almost daily The supplementary mail order service is likewise being enlarged. Officials say they are well prepared to handle the sudden increase In business, already making Its appearance for Passover. Then pleased to know that she is at home was elided scribe of the society, has are about 3.000.000 Jews in all parts now after a recent operation at the attained a mast enviable record In of the Soviet. Union; most of them Florida Sanitarium. Miss Sylvia Roth arrived in Orlando Saturday afternoon from Tampa where she underwent a minor o|>eration while there. is to both scholastic and extracurricular activities, although he is only a sophomore. George Greenberg, the new bursar, is al the top of his class both : i-eiii i iriilar and scholastic endeavor. The West Palm Beach student was also accorded a distinct honor recently when he was chosen vice-president of the International l.'i hit ions Club. having relatives in States and Canada. the United Guard German Cardinal Who Denounced Anti-Semitism Munich The peace of Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber. the Catholic prelate whose outspoken opposition to Nazi anti-Semitism has made him the object of bitter critiOther officers elected by the fraclsm throughout Germany, Is now a twenty-four Istanbul. -The Turkish press devoting B great deal of space comment on the intriguing theory offered by the internationally known Professor Sapati Hey that the Jews oi Europe are not related to the ternlty are: Sam Sugarman, warbeing guarded by Israelites who lived in Palestine den: Joel Fleet, historian; and Burnor are they Semites. Professor Bej netl Roth, chaplain. Martin Segal who is a friend Ol the Jews, bellevand William Leiberman were selectis that his theory will be a deathed for membership on the executive blow to anti-Semitism. council, hour detail of police. Unknown peisons have alreadj attempted to assassinate hib, several revolver srots having been fired into the palao windows.


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Page 2 HE JEWISH FLOR I D I AN Friday, February 9, 1934 -SOCIETY : M] Ar.r.abelle Peretz' %  %  Rab%  %  :d <-' %  :. ar.d re bridesmi included Misa tzman, Misa Ra^ Peretz: % %  :.: Ml -•• %  : ~ Mrs. ] irtz Kathtei I "••• %  %  %  • arer. %  • a Dunlin e's RONEY PLAZA SHOP, "... B..d^unilutu Taihlom. The Shirtmaker Dress This season, .i i.uli of super-smart women is paying hom age to the 1934 shirtmaker dress. Whether ol supple cotton, • ilk shirting or gleaming satin they solcmnlj vow it is the perfect answer for informal resort sports .... S19 75 OTHER SHIRTMAKER DRESSES $ 10-75 to $2 5 Burdine's Main Store, Third Floor, and Roney Plaza Shop lor Hadassah officers in honor of new members. The receiving line was composed of officers and the membership committee. Pink and white snapdragons with fern formed the centerpiece of the refectory tab'.e. and entertainment was providd by Ben Bernard, pian.-.:-. acrobatic dance. Miss Shnley x thm tap ber Misa %  n [and John Pinder. I of KC • a surincheon ar.d bridge Mi ".:. .:. B • • • Mr ai Ml -• • .'. %  ner party The room %  ; • aa Hi ii Mr and Mrs received n il ngral ilatl n Ml .: : %  .' .: : I : Beth Da 31 %  :hood. will I :.. Id T a' lne Ine Temple Mrs. L Letairman. ha ed the followinc committee :• %  : Myers, flor Mm M er. reMrs. J. M Kopelowitz and Mrs H OH] %  chairmen: Mrs H M •..:•/. program chairman; Mrs L Hayman. financial chairman. Mrs Mitchell Wolff lairman of the ticket commitee for thi Valentine dinner dance to bo given at Deauville Casino on February 14 for the benefit of the building fund Temple Israel. In addition to the regular program of thi asln many outstanding artists of the and screen will contribute their sen-ice to an augmental program. Talmud Torah Fund on March 11 full details of which will appear in an early issue. Pl.AYISC, AT THE 7TH AVE. THEATRE Jai Alai the fastest game in the world which has taken a hold upon all sport enthusiasts that see it. has en wds nightly at •:.• beaulful Blscayne Fronton. This old Spanish game < hamorld in •: n nightly and partlculi %  ••. ... Ing paid to thi trlu for the i hamplonship With floor shows %  clubs aptlme to perform I act I nton • • • :..; rtai the Miami .. Orthodw • gation will • :ogue next Inning at 8 p ::. All ;i: ''urged tickets ol n to thi meeting. • • • Wit] weeks to run rec. wesi Flagli r Kennel I the heart ntinually lnhtlj M II In n the monrun several times Thesi intelligent animals afford ''P t,1P they round the racing oval ai i lp thi i njoyment <>t Liberal prices are beine paid by the pari-mutuel.s Some ot log. in thi ountry arc een ii itly and the cap• races, and the that dogs of equal caliber are hed helpthe uncertain[ thi outcome and adds to the lb ol 'he contest. Glenda Farrell in "Lady For A Day"— A Columbia Picture accident last Saturday night in winch she sustained severe burns about her arms and legs. Try:: •, a palatine fire the fluid n her and she became en: in flames. She was to the hospital where she rem for several days. She is no pro Kupferstein Is one of the founders and active workers ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con• • • R ith Drevlch Is confined to her home as the result ot an attack of appendicitis last Tuesday ni • • • Junior Council of Jewish Women met at the home of Mrs. Bessie Wernlkoff, 136 S. W. Ninth avenue, last Monday. Work has been started on the sewing groups and for the blind. A pledge dinner will be given in May and a theatrical night is scheduled for February 25. in charge ol Miriam Scheinberg. Zina Grand. Mrs. Wernikoff. Ida Schwartz, Betty Greenberg and Lee Kasanof. Mrs Grand has been i elected national projects chairman and Mary Reichman membership chairman. More than 400 guest ni .." the loth am i ncheon ol Sisterhood of Temple Israel M moon at the Hangar, atop the Fleetwood hotel. Miami Beach. Dr J. H Kapabbl ol Templi I i ie lnvocat! fron Mrs I M. Wi Ii lood. Mrs, H I K %  • d bj Mi H Mra Hi I I) William.Mrs R Mill i) .1 Apte Mra Josi ph Wllliai %  ; ; ibia Mrs Hi Rubin ami Mi n Davis D ntertainment was tied by "The Four Dlplon %  ach table. • An unusual sight was witm by hundreds of vl Musa ii Indian Vlll when the weekly feedlni Ivi : the alligat eral hundi' old and the compai mng on e a w e r e thrown hundreds of pom.': fish by the Seminole Indians m Ifuls. The alllgatoi and i .vent wild, and when : the fish they grabbed ai each other When this happi I ns have to beat them with the long bamboo poles which they car:.:.d talk to them in short Indian grunts. The next public feeding will b card party :'. bruary 12 • thi borne ol Mrs Samuel K;; '.7th ave. and S. W. 15th st Iven for high scores and refreshments will be served I -... • .ll] b. devoti d th % %  irk %  thi J< wl Wi fan Bureau. • %  Max K fini d %  :• %  r hi mi a a res + Adult. 20f j Children 10c Boi Oflire j opens 6 30 p.m. Sunday I Evenings 20c j Phone 2-6551 j Sun.-Mon.. Feb. 11-12— | MAY ROBSON | WARREN WILLIAM "Lady For A Day' < _J_ TRGTZKY'S NOW SERVING 1 ,00 OCR FAMOUS NEW YORK S| .00 7 COURSE DINNER 1 I .uncheons 60c AND A La Carte Meals 845 W ashington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Caterers for Banquets, Weddings and All Social Functions. STRICTLY KOSHER a | iftUyareJZJajZJHreJHJzrzjzraj7ij7ire^ See the Primitive Everglades at !" v MUSA ISLE OFENDA,,v and SUNDAY and SUNDAY _w ........ llll|;.IHi|S .11111 \ I'M mill' %  FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSECM See i„.hn, Hill. R,.| Semlnol, Indi.n. Wre.tl. the AllU.lor Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sole TO I.KT THERE—Take An, For-Ilir. r.r or Drive We.t on ELiler ">* NHh on ?7lh Avenue



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Page 6 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN_ Friday, February 9. 1934 Jewish National Fund In The United States The Jewish National Fud of America Is a corporation organized under the laws ol the State of New York for the purpose of receiving gifts and contributions for the acquisition of land in Palestine as the property of thi people. :. Fund LS a branch itional 1 know:. emeth Leisheadquartei :.erican live for the past hout this %  %  nately 25 pel : thi I October 1, 1932. the total of Amerl tlons 1 Keren K M 16.24 If I thi Kayemeth enjoys the support and co-operation of the leaders of Jewish communities in all parts of the country. Permanent contact, is being maintained by the bureau with councils, committees and volunteer L-roups in nearly 1.200 centres of Jewish population in the Union. These committees, as well as the rank and file of the contnbutors. are representative of all shades of opinions—Orthodox as well as Reform. Zionist as well as non-Zionist, conservative as well as labor. The Jewish National Fund work in the United States does not have the character of a campaign limited to this or ;:. II of tin II go on v The slogan of tional Fund work is As long soil o: Pali tine not redI %  d on. •.pab'.e oi tioi towai .:. thi pi pi r timi : 1 remen Leisn :n the Monkey Jockeys will ride Friday Night WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB form of Flag Day and Flower Day | collections on the occasion of Purim and Tishe B'Av. High Holidays, tree planting ispecial attention is drawn to the George Washington Palestine Forest, launched on the occasion of the Bicentennial anniversary of his birth 1 bazaars, banquets, mass meetings and other public functions. are being made the channels for American Jewish support to the Keren Kayemeth. A method of particular popularIty stabilized by a tradition of scores of years is the Blue-white Box. which has been distributed in 75.000 homes in this country. These Blue-White B xes .ire being made %  matic conFund. Their years : ; "48.904.65. Lsh Nationt Amerl a Board of Directors of 47 en b; ips and move%  A: A Iministrati' • C n n ltt< %  : nually by the Boa:; C01 reports ol I tivitie if l Pui annually to thi Zi nisi Convention and bi-annually to thi Ini national Zionist C Dr Israel Ooldsteii sldent; Rev. Zvi H Masllansky. honorary :. I. H. Rubin, set: Louis Rimsky, treasurer Rabbi I M. Kowalsky, associate treasurer ly after a rather serious operation performed a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss and daughter Pearl from Sayre. Penn.. and Mrs. D. J Silmon of Waverly New York are house guests for a month at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Henry of Orlando. TIVOLI >how* r, 15 nd !) no P. M. >0c till 6:30— Evening 25c Matinees Dally Sun.-Mon.. Feb. 11-12— LIONEL BAKRYMORK MIRIAM HOPKINS "The Stranger's Return" Berlin.—Ousting of Jews from at industries and business is imperative in order to extend the establishment of the Aryan leadership principle in the economic domain K. von Schroder, Rineland financier, told the Cologne Chamber 0: Commerce, of which he is president Joseph M. Fine FUNERAL DIRECTOR Associated With Philbrick Funeral I lomes PHONES 2-3456—5-3311 Frank Wolkowsky 18 N. E. First Ave. %  : %  "GRIFFON CLOTHES" & %  ;• Orlando, Fla. SPECIAL OFFER lenry L. Uolierty s Latent Achievement In Motor Fuel + 1 MOItl £ 0Mi> 1TIVHU ^ I*OWI:II With Cities Service 4 0H CE ALWST^ KODLMOTaR Solly Kretzer, of Dayton;-. Bi in Orlando. H. Sapofl Fanny ol Ni v v 1 :.do. %  I I to hi mi from thi r im. :, nl K-end in Orlando. • • Wollj term ai the 1 for v. :. : %  : from an e: In CI • • The Temple Sisterhod, of the Congregation Beth-El. held IU tar business meeting on T evening at the home oi Mr \'.'v. Arstein, The In Mrs Sol Samuels and Mrs, Arstein, INDIAN RIVER FRUIT DIRECT FROM MLRKITT ISLAM) GROWER ORANGES. GRAPEFRUIT or MIXED BUSHEL BASKETS 55 Pounds $2.40 Price Includes Prepaid Express To States East of Mississippi Rivet J. W. HOOPER, COCOA. FLORIDA f? PIGGLY % WIGGLY "" IN THE HEART OF YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD New REGULAR l|t|< i: Formerly 2c Premium It's the Second Anniversary of Cities Service in Florida The Cities Service boys are now selling KOOI-MOTOR gasolene — heretofore at a two-cent premium—at the price Of REGULAR gasolene. KOOLMOTOR is specially blended In the Henry I.. Dohertj laboratories for Florida's tea-level altitude. It's anti-knock, With '! per cent more power, yet COStS no more than ordinary' motor fuels. Help the boys make their MILLION GALLON quota this month. They're all local men in business for themselves. ORAX.E STATE OIL COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS A> ALL I I OH III \ INSTITUTION Marilyn Ottenberg, young daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ottenberg, I brated her 5th birthday with a party at her home About 3"> chll| dren were invited and enjoyed tin+ cake, candy. I ream and games. Thelma and Barbara B< %  : entertained the lit11% %  with an acrobatic dan Owned and Operated by LOCAL PEOPLE Mrs. M Sal nice.1. CAIMAN REALTOR 64" w.i. nil ton Avi MIAMI BEACH i Ri ad} '.:: Hi Friends and P Mortgage loans Building Construction Real Estate Business Opportunities For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. POM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Iish are the freshest — Cumin by our own boats daily. If il is Sea Food, we have it at its very best. and at attra. tiv.-l> £w prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and reflations.



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'riday, February 9, 1934 THE JEWISH F L O R I D I A N SOCIETY With Lionel Barrymore and 1C lam Hopkins beading an imM..vive east, "The Stranger's Re•IM. opens Sunday and Monday at ft Tivoll Theatre to delight the B'.iri.s of all lovers of stirring huB:m drama and romance of the pted lrom the new novel of m al life by Phil Stong, author of B'.itc Fair." the Mrtro-OoldwynBi.vcr picture achieves a greatness m performances and directorial disB-.ction as well as sheer pictorial Anity. Kins Vidor directed the film Bit adds another superb effort to ft long list of screen accomplslhnu • • %  lobait Bosworlh. veteran screen mtm: LS playing his first motion VI ure role in more than a year in gft Columbia production. "Lady flr A Day." which is showing SunOS and Monday at the 7t.li Avenue TD' 1' %  Sosworth has been on a vaudevffli 1 nr "I the United States, playW in every important city east of A Mississippi. HLs act was called 4>w and Then." and in it. he gBwed scenes from several of the liri million pictures ever filmed, and Minted anecdotes from his own roll career. •The Miracle Man" was BosW0rth> last picture before his departure, and the day after he arrived in Los Angeles, he donned grtft.se paint lor his role of the Governor in "Lody For A Day." Frank Capra. Columbia's ace director, directed "Lady For A Day," with an all-star cast that includes Warren William, May Robson, Guy Kibbee. Cilenda Farrell, Jean Parker, Barry Norton and Walter Connolly. • • • Mr. Louis Cohen prominent communal worker of Baltimore. Md.. is a visitor at the Floridian Hotel. Miami Beach. With him is Mr. M. Sholtz of Philadelphia. Pa. • • • The Misses Grace and Cora Kallen of Boston and New York are visiting at the Bonita Apts. Miami Beach where they will spend the season, • • • Mrs. I. Zevin and daughter ol New York are spending the winter siason 111 Miami Beach. Mrs. Zevin Is the widow ot the late I. Zevin known throughout the world as the famous humorist "Tashrak." • • • A regular meeting of the Senior chapter oi Hadassah will be held at the club rooms of the Acacia Club in the Congress Bldg. Monday February 12th. at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. Meyer Hi Mar organizer of the Junior Hadassah of Chicago as the guest speaker. All member are urged to attend. • • • Last Saturday morning Joseph Dwek the son of Mr .and Mrs. Ezra Dweck was Bar Mitzva at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation when he recited the Haftoro and delivered a brief address in English. Sunday night the parents were hosts PLAYING AT THE TIVOI.I THEATRE Page 5 SEE THE WORLD'S GREATEST PLAYERS IN ACTION MIRIAM HOPKINS al .1 reception for their friends and guests at their home. • • • M L. HartZ and Mrs. Wm. Robinson Will be co-hostcsses next .Sunday February llth lor one of a •Mi's of benefit chain card parties for Beth David Sisterhood at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall beginning 1 at II p in Prims will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. • • • Beth David Sisterhood us sponsoring its annual musical birthday party at Beth David Talmud Torah Auditorium on Sunday evening February 18th with a committee in charge ol arrangements headed by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. A musical melange will be one of the features ol the evening's events. • • At a meeting of the Young Men's Hebrew Association last Wednesday night at its clubrooms plans were made for a gala dance to be sponsored by the organization. In charge of arrangements will be a committee headed by Jack Atkins. Full details will appear in an early issue. Congratulations are being received on the birth of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. David Bass. Mrs. Bass Ls the former Miss Miriam Orovitz. The BI-LS will be held Sunday noon with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating at the Victoria Hospital • • • The Y. M. H. A. will sponsor a Yiddish sJiow with a New York cast at the Temple Theatre Monday. February 19th. • • MrWin Wi.se and son. Billy. Jr., of Atlanta. Ga.. are spending several weeks in Miami Beach on their winter vacatoni. Nathan Segall of Montgomery. Ala., arrived here yesterday to visit his son 111 law and daughter Rabbi and Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach. Mr. Segall was president of the Synagogue in Montgomery for 18 years and us now its honorary president. • • • The engagement of Miss Jessie Raminsky the daughter of Cantor and Mrs. I. Kaminsky to Mr. Sam Jacobskind of New York was announced thus week. rm amt \ White Oak Leather %  H alf Soles 50cI 11 UMES HEELS 15rl I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 240 N. E. Firsl Ate. Oip. (out; Hold TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Because of recent developments in Miami Beach. I deem it my sacred duty to advise the Jewish public of Miami and Miami Beach, and particularly those who desire to obtain kosher meats, that for the past six year's "Daum'S Kosher Market" has been under my daily supervision and Observance. That during this entire time both locally killed and out nl town beel has been brought in, of whose kashrus there has never been the .slightest doubt, which I hereby certify and vouch for. Because ot the Jewish law that one who lor at least three years ha.s never been doubted has a "Chazoko" for Kashrus, and bcause of my personal knowledge and observation, I advise the entile public that the two stores, one in Miami and one in Miami Beach operated by "Damn's Kosher Market" us strictly kosher for the most exacting and that it Is under my constant personal supervision. 'Signed) Rabbi B. D. Mendell, Rabbi Cong. Beth Abraham. Miami 151 St z- sf IH0DELBERC ( „ 4 „ BEER GARDEN z> J-ondjeon 50^ AO* 50^ COMBS FUNERAL SERVICE is ;i non-denominational institution, serving all classes and creeds. The family is assured perfect conformation to the rituals of each church or lodge. Springtime .U.S.S.R. (RUSSIA) C ^JPRING in Soviet Russia, like everywhere, means new shoes, suits or dresses. Your folks there may find, at the turn of the weather, that last year's stuff is much too worn or some needed piece is missing. A TORGSIN ORDER will enable them to do their "Spring Shopping" in the well stocked Torgsin Stores. Prices of all articles compare favorably with those in the United States. Here are some of the orticles sold in the TORGSIN STORES which will be appreciated with the odvent of spring. FOR MEN: Shoes 3.70 Rubles Rubbers 1.15 Trousers 2.20 Suits 7.50 Overcoats 8.20 Underwear 60 Kopeks FOR WOMEN: Shoes 3.75 Rubles Rubbers 90 Kopeks Suits 7.30 Rubles Cotton Dress 3.25 Bl uses 65 Kopeks Silk Combination ... .75 FOR CHILDREN: Shoes 1.80 Rubles Rubbers 30 Kopeks Costumes 1.20 Rubles Pullovers 30 Kopeks Dresses 1 .09 Rubles Sweaters 60 Kopeks Over 1,700 Stores One is Near Your Relatives Your local bank or authorized agent u ill gii < you the necessary information or accept TORGSIN ORDERS General Representative In U S.A at AMTORG Z6< Fifth Ave 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 Readings by I.adv Rhey Make this your "AFTER SHOW RENDEZVOUS m



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Page l-our THE JEWISH FLOBIO A N Friday February 16, 1934 % %  • •:• •:• •:• •:• v Haifa frgnagog fBuUrtin RABBI S M. MACHTEI %  ,. „„ \v KO. MIAMI v „l |v. SI NDAv! 1 I BR1 AKV 11. 19M •:• •:• •:• •:• + + "The Importance of Religious Ceremonials ,,,, Readim Leviticus. I XVm < %  "" I •^rnro h without realizing the J i„. %  %  : ceremonl .:', .,-.:,. >**+ &f&f&f ...hbors.-. '' I H + %  TRY THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN WD RESTAUBANT For till III Real Home Cooked Jewish Pood Dallj 170 N W. 5th Street ( HOICE DELICATESSEX "No connection with any other store." H..p„... : %  %  SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. !i!i \. v.. 7th Are. I w. FIUf Si. 7S1 V W. mh Bl PHONG 1-S8I1 ective ol national %  %  plemeni %  ~. — ......... • Da; %  .:. : %  Ital of a il:—on our i •'• >n %  • %  : Divine. All ceremonials arouse ou: %  es not say. "Do %  .: : I 1 %  %  : : rallk or %  • them reverential moor: they uniform. t office to sJ %  and ning with theii Heavenly Father. A fire a gun while hi .. but hi weai th mil rm m ,, ntly of his enli tmi nt in the rhal nlal. A polici c!o .:..: rm 10 imp:! tlcular duty The Jew wears his Tallis and Tphillin to impress him with rank of spini i same Individual ... other ceremor. Where we fnd the individual reluctant to observe religious m0I his lgn ranee of the moral lessoi. insaid that whi n vi i moi • forgotten. .. of humankind, of their I % % %  : DOS Ibll tO .::•:.. :.. -. B II II n • Faith i mbolize abstract ; conditions largely through its •bservance Ethrog and Lulav Succal iving. and pulsal thi monl that I ii. Jut. loving, \N EVENING 01 MUSIC AND LITERATURE -I SDAV. FEBR1 Utl -•'•' %  8 P. M. -• % %  Beth Jacob (Congregation %  : CH R ^BBl PINCH VS A. TEITZ OF LATVIA and CANTOR A. KANTOR ol i I 1 \l LAND Delaney & Beers Kodak 1 111! Mm and Enlarging nmmrrria 1 w trh AMI] llamc Portrait* 50o, on on All Ainalcui Work 1 .' S 1 4lh Si I'h'HieZ" %  *' Soy Bean Bread • Mi bi GOOD HEA1 Til BAKING ( OMPAN1 INI IKS n i i ifli r St. P -' %  I. i hlni Ion Avenue, M. B King Funeral 1 Lome rated b] 1 RANK G, McGHAN S WIDOW .", S. \\ II 1 \.,-. Phones 3-2111 RSZlRRSiSZIZRIWWiRIZTilill STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRll ES AR1 THE LOWES! Our Fish are the freshest — Caught bv ur own ho .us d.iily If it is Sea Food. e have it at its very best, and at attractively low pi ices. Our method of handling and telling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations. ARE W E •A ith those ^ lio trust us nations it • sit their future happiness bs oblems that ould arise I if. some day, did i home? .. .: I ind • \ ; Icalth >"v 1 ife Inis nc%  %  • Si' miK N LIFE & 1 Ii \i TH INSURANCE COMPANY S < OOK, Maiugi• rd Bl %  :.• I 'h M '_ PHILLIPS HARDWARE CO. 301 N. Miami Ave— Phone 2-844S HARDWARE-FISHING TACKLE-DeVOE & RAYNOi.ns PAINTS "You will like our store and its values." + f j SEND YOIK LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry KlIV II. TI'KNKK. Prop. IMS g, W. Sih St. Phone t-SSSt WE CALL FOR AND DEMVFK 807 Collins Ave. THH GATE SCHOOL of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION Miami Beach Phone 5-1779 BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE • %  PHONI %  :\ N. w "in si CAl .,,.., N K V( SERVICE I I I PHONES I-S4ZI --' MIT .I, u tih Ai led IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT lUeib!