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I LOR IDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 7. No. 7
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRI DAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1934
Price Five Cents
Hitler Sends Aide to Jewish Hospi-
tal for Operation By Jewish
Berlin.Nazis regard Jewish phy-
sicians as "poison" for the ordinary
run of Aryan, but when it comes to
an ailing Nazi dignitary there are
no scruples about utilizing the skill
of a Jewish doctor. This character-
istic two-faced policy became known
when it was learned that the Ber-
lin Jewish hospital had had as one
of its patients for a week an ad-
i jutant of Chancellor Hitler. A tele-
phone call from Hitler's office in-
formed the hospital staff that the
Hitler aide was being sent there for
Ian emergency operation. When the
hospital superintendent told Hit-
ler's office that it was a Jewish hos-
pital the voice on the phone said:
("Don't worry. We know all about
Tin' Nazi patient arrived with an
escort of storm troopers who were
instructed to see that the operation
Iras performed by no one but Dr.
tosenstein. one of Germany's great-
est surgeons, who is a Jew. The
operation was a success and after
la week in the Jewish hospital the
patient was removed to an "Aryan"
hospital in order to give the public
[the impression he had been there
111 the time. Employes f the Jewish
hospital were warned not to reveal
that the Nazi had been operated on
f)y a Jew in a Jewish hospital.
First American Organ of Boycott
New York.The initial number
The Economic Bulletin, the first.
iierican publication exclusively
evoted to news dealing with the
ctivities of the anti-German boy-
r>tt movement, has just been is-
ued, according to an announce-
Bent by the Non-Sectarian Anti-
Inzi League to Champion Human
ights, of which the Bulletin is the
fficial organ. It will be published
^onthly under the direction of an
Mortal board consisting of Rabbi
bba Hillel Silver. Dr. A. Coralink,
r. B. Dubinsky and J. George
edman. The first issue contains
[ message from Samuel Untermyer,
esident of the League, in which
calls the boycott "a holy non-
ctarian war to rescue the German
ople and world civilization from
^e medieval blight of racial bigotry
ttd fanaticism that has fallen up-
[Other features include articles by
abbi Silver, William Green, presi-
dent o! the American Federation of
labor, and Salmon P. Levinson.
*airnian of the Chicago Commit-
tee for the Defense of Human
ights Against NaziLsm. The Bui-
Am also contains a number of re-
^>rts and trade analyses which
ove the effectiveness of the boy-
|tt in curtailing German exports
cite non-German sources of
BPly for goods comparable in
See and quality to those made in
Y. M. H. A. Gives
Next Monday evening the Y. M.
H. A. is sponsoring what promises
to be one of the gala events of the
current season when it will present
The New York Yiddish Star Co. in
a Yiddish play at the Temple
Theatre in a comedy drama "What
Men Love." This is a three act com-
edy depicting Yiddish life and will
teat me Marian Kanapoff. Philip
Kanapoff. Blanche Tennenbauni.
Louis Marks and Julius Kane. It is
the first time that the local or-
ganization has undertaken to .spon-
sor a piny in Yiddish and under
the leadership of the committee
headed by Nat Blumberg it hopes
to awaken an Interest in Yiddish
art. as part ot the cultural program
of the Organisation. Because of this
fact all are urged to come early and
only fifty cents will be charged
through the entire hou.se.
An Open Letter
TO BETH JACOB CONG*
ITS MEMBERS AM)
At a meeting of the Miami Beach
"Kashrus Committee" at which
members of the committee and
i (a hbi Rosenbloom were present
held at the Rabbi's home Wednes-
day, February 7th, Charges were
made by Sam Berlin that Merlins
Kosher Market at Miami Beach had
been purchasing treifah meats from
Swift and Co. through his cousin
Ed Merlin of Miami and had then
transported the same to llie Miami
Beach market. A thorough ques-
tioning failed to shake Berlin in his
charges. An attempt to have the
employees ot Merlins market at
Miami Beach, who Serlin alleged,
had been participating in this mat- '
ter attend and face Serlin failed
Wednesday night. Thursday Serlir.
faced the employees and repeated
the story in their presence. Merlin
denied the truth of the charges.
Friday morning Serlin came to
Rabbi Rosenbloom and retracted
the whole story. A subsequent in-
vestigation disclosed that Serlin
who is related by marriage to Mer-
lin was threatened, and that Ser- ,
Un'a wife left him and would not
return unless he would retract the
story. On last Monday Serlin again
signed a statement affirming the
truth of his original story, and on
Tuesday another statement in Eng-
lish to the same effect.
Serlin first disclosed the story to I
Rabbi A. Levin of Baltimore, Mil >
who Is a winter visitor to Miami.
As a result of the story and in-
vestigation as well as the written
statements which alleged that Mer-
lin's Market would call for the
treifah meats at Merlin's Market in
Miami, place them in salt bags and
hide them under fruits and vege-
tables for delivery in the Miami
Beach Merlin's market. Rabbi Ros-
enbloom issued a statement to the
public which appears elsewhere in
Planned At Beach
In the life of a Rabbi, from
time to time there occurs inci-
dents which privately the Rab-
bi would like to keep to him-
self and forget, if only possible,
but which, never the less, in
the discharge of his duties as
a spiritual leader of his people
and in keeping with his respon-
sibilities to the office of a
Rabbi In- cannot in justice to
the Jewish public, nor to him-
self as a Rabbi, fall to make
public in its entirety.
Since I announced to the
public on February 2nd that I
had removed my supervision
from every butcher in Miami
Beach, and would no longer ex-
ercise "Hashgocho" over them,
there has been formed a
"Vaad llakashruth.'' a com-
mittee formed of responsible
members of the community,
leaders in Jewish life in their
respective cities. This commit-
tee has been charged with the
responsibility of providing ways
anil means lo insure Kashrus in
Miami Beach. 1 have been call-
ed to all meetings. I can-
not, much as I would per-
sonally like, shirk the duties of
a Rabbi. Last Wednesday. Feb-
ruary 7th. there was called to
my attention the fact that a
relative of a butcher conduct-
ing a suposedly kosher butcher
store in Miami Beach had given
testimony to an out of town
Kahhi and others that this
butcher for a considerable
period of time this year had
been selling the public "trei-
fah" meat. I made every ef-
fort to investigate this matter
and found it serious enough to
have this man. Sam Serrin.
whom I had never known or
met prior to Wednesday night.
February 7th. come to my home
and tell his story to the Kash-
ruth committee, approximately
fourteen in number. An effort
to have this Serlin face those
of the employees of the Merlin
butcher store that same night
failed because the employees
could not be located. The story
told, if true, was sufficiently
il.nniiiiu: to declare that ac-
cording to the Jewish law the
store of Merlin had been sell-
ing treifah meat. On Thursday
morning Serlin faced the em-
ployees and repeated his story.
In fairness to Merlin, it should
be said that Merlin denied the
truth of Serlln's story. Friday
morning, Serlin came to my
home and retracted the entire
I could do nothing further
In the matter, and I so told
the members of my congrega-
tion and worshippers last Fri-
Since then an investigation
discloses that Serlin had been
threatened by members of his
family that unless he retracted
his story he would be bodily
(Continued on page 6>
Combining an evening of music
| and literature will be a rare oppor-
tunity for residents and tourists to
i the Greater Miami area on Sunday
i evening February 25th at the Beth
j Jacob Congregation Miami Beach
j when the famous Cantor Rev. A
Kantor of the Cleveland Jewish
Center will be heard in a concert
for the first time in this area. Rev.
Kantor who Is one of the foremast
exponents ot Jewish liturgy has
been spending his vacation here for
several months and until now de-
clined to appear in concert. He will
be heard In a repertoire of Liturgi-
cal numbers and Yiddish folk songs
During the evening Rabbi Pinchas
M. Teitz. famous Yiddish Orator ol
Riga, Latvia and a former member
ol the Latvian Parliament will
speak on "The Jewish People at the
I'atiing of the Ways" Rabbi Teiiz
who Is a very young man is one ol
the political leaders of Latvia and
is the editor and publisher of the
"Unzer Shtlmme." He Is leader ol
the movement to convene a confer-
ence of world Orthodox Youth
movements in Palestnie in the early
part of 1935 and has met with a
very enthusiastic endorsement ol
the idea in the American cities he
has visited. A forceful speaker, he
has drawn large audiences wherever
he lias appeared. A number ol
prominent tourists in the area have
sponsored this evening and a cor-
dial invitation to all Jewry to at-
tend has been Issued.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau will hold its
regular meeting next Monday. Feb.
19th. at Kaplan Hall beginning at
2 p. m. at which time after the
By-Laws amendments will be voted
on and other business transacted.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, program
chairman, will present Mrs. Morris
L. Cowen in vocal selection accom-
panied by Mrs. Lawrence Sapero at
the piano; and Elsie Bacher in a
reading. A social hour in charge of
Mrs. Morris Dubler will follow.
MI\MI JEWISH ORTHODOX
1545 8. W. Third Street
JTJUUS WASHER. Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 with
the late services at 8:30 when the
Rabbi will preach on "A Plea for
True Individualism." The usual con-
gregational singing will be enjoyed
Saturday morning services begin at
9 a. m. with the Mincha services at
5 p. m. followed by Shalosh Saudah
and Maariv. An important anounce-
ment will be made at the late Fri-
day evening services regarding the
synagogue and all members and
friends are urged to attend.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
ill Washington Art.. Miami Baach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
Early .sen ices begin at 5:30 with
the late services at 8 p. m. when the
Rabbi will preach on "The Present
Day Sanctuary' with Cantor Boris
Schlachman chanting the services
and conducting the congregational
tnging. Saturday morning services
bein at 8:30 a. in. when Jimmie
Her.shey the son of Mr. and Mrs
B. Hershey of Cleveland. Ohio, will
be Bar Mitzva. He will recite the
Haftoro and deliver a brief address
in English following which the
Rabbi will address him. The parents
will be hosts to the worshippers im-
mediately after the services. Mincha
services followed by Shalosh Sau-
dah begin at 5 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Regular Friday night services be-
gin at 8:15. The subject of Dr. Kap-
lan's sermon will be "When Man
Builds A Temple."
The public is welcome.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
l !'i V W. Third A.
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
The early services begin at 5:30
with the late services at 8 p. m.
when the Rabbi will preach on "An
answer to the Jewish-Christian
Missionaries." Cantor L. Hayman
and the choir will chant the ser-
vices and lead the congregational
singing Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a. m. when Jimmie
5 p. m. The Junior Congregation
meets at 10:30 Saturday and the
Bar Mitzva Boys Club Sunday at
8 a. m.
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
"Give and Take." In addition to
the sermon there will be prayers,
music, scripture reading, and a
HE JEWISH FlORIDIAN
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RONEY PLAZA SHOP, m....cI
Sun iJa'iK 7a uh'otvl
*5 and s6
am) if custom in.uli- by your own tailleur they'd
cost almost double! From I ngland and Czechoslovakia
came the handsome shirtings and in America
craftsmen >>i distinction tailored them exclusively for
RONKY PLAZA SHOP AND MAIN STORE
rung. Pet '-
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: Ha 0 Mi L
I I Mi
1 in Wedni -
1II ; i
ill al thi hon
Bertha .: li i n 322 S W
:iist Couri at 2:30 p. m. Dinner will
i. at 'i p. in at the & vi n
:.-: olhei dlstin-
u Invited are Mr. and
Mi Ed Rlckard, Mr and Mrs. e.
Ounn and Mr and Mr-. Martin
An Important meeting of the
Miami Chevra KadLsha will be held
next Wednesday evening February
21st al the Belli David Talmud To-
rah Hall. All those Interested In the
work or desiring to join are urgent-
ly requested to attend.
Mr.s. 8. Aronoviiz entertained in
honor of her daughter Arline last
Friday evening. Refreshments and
decorations were carried out in a
Valentine motif. Games and danc-
ing were enjoyed by the guests and
at a late hour a buffet luncheon
Mr.s. Meyer De Mar of Chicago
was the principal speaker at the
meeting of Senior Hadassah last
Monday when she spoke on "Lin-
coln." Important business of the
organization was transacted.
As a r-a>' mom-
Mi Hu R
nal y d. c. f .
til I Bel b Con
: fini d to
::.'. ralk .v. il
\ niqui ittachmem thai
Friday February 16. 1934
'ill AWE. THEATRE
author of the play with C
m which play the
was adapted by Sidney
Pepper ente: I ed
1 honoring Mrs.
:. and Mrs. S. B< :
ethton Tenn. Mra E.
I B' thli hem, Pa.. Mlaa
lenstein of Atlanta. Ga
Mr Sllverman of Canada and
I.ipman of Tallahassee,
Fla D nlng a delicious
oria awarded to Mra M 811-
d pi ./ to Helen Sedon.
Favors : < U': ntal card
1 hildrrn lOr
Sun. VIon.-Tues., Feb. ix-l!*-2i>
? GREYHOUND RACING...
indi.lt supervision state racing commission
WE8T FLAGLER AT 37TII AVENUE
See the Primitive Everglades at
=KS MUSA ISLE SS
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
l.r.drr.hl,, rlUKK WILLIAM MrKINI.KY OSCBOLA
, T~'nlv-Hfth Anu* ,! Sitlrrnth Slr.M
lar.Ll A 11"., A,;,KR "T. to 27TII AVK.. Turn North
urges! Collection Of Captive AlliKators and Crocodiles
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM
To .rt TRERfr-Tak. Aay P.r-Blr. Cat or nri, w*.t .n Plafto
nd North on ITth Airniif
Friday. February 9. 1934
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J. LOI'IS SHOCHET, Editor
I K III K. SHOCHET, Cir
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Entered u iccond clou matter July 4,
IflSO :ii the Pu I Offlec al Miami, Florida,
,, li i the Act "f March '<. 1879,
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN.
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Six Month* ... ... SI.00
Vol. 7No. 6
FRIDAY, FEBRUAY 9. 1934
j dancing organization active for only
several months, who has never done
a constructive act during its entire
existence; that these organizations
and others like them are accorded
representation In a so called coun-
When the fact remains undisput-
ed that the greater part of the
meeting ol this attempted organiz-
ation have been under the thumb
and control of but two or three men
object it has been to destroy
tructlve work oi one who will
not take orders from I hem.
ii Is not In the lea : urpi ising
thai the election was postponed for
lack ol a quorum. As so aptly pub-
Indianapolis, sister and brother in
law oi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arn-
old of Coral Oables, and their
house guests for the season, cele-
brated their silver wedding anni-
versary last aturday evening with
.1 dinner dance at the Ploridlan
Hotel, Miami Beach Quests from
New York, oak Park, ill.. Indiana
polls .11 tended. The eelcbl ant S were
the recipients ol beautiful gifts,
Mr and Mi J, Caplan returned
to Miami Beach recently after
spending the past eight months
visiting relatives and friends In
Chicago, 111. and Dallas. Texaj Mi
'. who IS well known a an
licly stated last week to the world :1,.llV(. communal worKer .,.,, M.
at large, "He who works In the name
ol the Lord must succeed; those
who work for their own selfish pur-
poses but use the name of the Lord
to dismii.se their object, must tail,"
We have no doubt of the ultimate
outcome ol this attempt to foist an
object unworthy upon the commun-
ity, Deception and misinformation
cannot and will not succeed
sunied his duties as a Florida real-
tor an dls now associated with the
fJneeda Realty Corp. prominent
realty firm al 1147 Washington ave
Talk is Clwaf)
In view of certain disclosures last
week regarding kashrus in Miami
eacli there arose a cry of indigna-
lon "something must be done
o remedy conditions" became the
logan of many particularly of
rominent tourists, A committee to
nforce laws was organized. Rear-
mis and meetings have been held,
nalk. talk and talk lias been fast
I But when a practli al sugge tion
to .solve the entire problem was
.made when a prominent attor-
ney and communal worker suggest-
ed that funds be raised from among
the tourists who so urgently advo-
leated Kashrus to insure that there
Iwould be kashrus ... two local men
volunteered ten dollars each .
but NOT ONE TOURIST pledged
even one cent they did .say .
w'we didn't come here to do bUSi-
I What, a farce Fine lor the
Rabbi to do things and fret and
worry and b,' abused wonderful
Ho talk and preach about ethics,
fcashrus, liiiin and wrong but
whin money Is Involved, everything
toes by the board deals are
It l abOUt tune that those who
tu'each those who moralize .
those who are so free to give advice
. do .something concrete. It Is
bout time that the old American
doctrine, homely though it may be.
I'm up or shut up." be applied lo-
Mi chas. Cohen of Chicago, ni-
ls the house guest ol her sister and
brother In law Mr, and Mrs. M
Frank ol Miami Beach
He Is indeed stingy wlio will not
| on a smile.
All the world love to laugh with
or at a low r
Love Is the real thing until
n wness begins to wear off,
A close friend Is all right until
he declines to lend you money.
The man who has no faith In
human nature is not to lie trusted
A woman always ha. a tender
feeling for a man who pays her a
Climb a little higher than the
B. | crowd and you will be a target for
Mr, and Mrs. Michael Arnold ol Wise the woman who knows how
Coral Cables have as their house to manage a husband, but wiser is
ue t. their sister and brother m she who knows how to manage With-
Rabbi Adoiph Burger of Rodoph
Sholom Tempel spoke over radio
tation W. D. A. E. Tampa last Sun-
day afternoon lie was assisted by
the Kodoph Sholom Choir.
a local district oi the Zionist Or-
ganization ol America was formed
at a mas.- meeting at the Y. M H
a recently with Mr. Max Rudensky,
representative ol the national or-
ganization .' organizer.
Mr. m o. Rosenberg was named
chairman ol the local group; Mr.
David stem, vice chairman; Mr M.
H. Kisler, secretary; and Mr Adoiph
Katz, treasurer, a meeting ol the
executive board was held las' wick
law Mr. and rMs. David Rosenberg
and son Arthur of Indianapolis
Ind.; Mr and Mrs. Abraham Rosen-
berg "i Indianapolis, Mr, and Mrs
[sidor Adler of Chicago. Mr. and
Mrs .Jacob Adler of Oak Park, and
David Adler of New York City,
Mis. .Samite! Ruchkin. and daugh-
ter Hildegarde of New Haven, Conn.
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritz-
ker oi this city she is the daugh-
ter "i Mrs. Pritzker
Mr and Mis Ben Trot/ky of New
York are spending several week.- In
Miami Beach visiting their mother
and brother Daniel and Henry.
Idleness is the lnrubator
great many small sin.-.
When a bad example Is set mis-
ehiel is hatched out.
Many a charity fund owes its suc-
cess to a competition of vanity.
The evildoer is afraid of his
shadowwhen it looks like a detec-
tive on his trail.
Nearly all that glitters has been
offered as an inducement for people
to part with their money.
Perhaps the reason a woman-
work is never done is because she
employs a domestic to do It.
Pullman travel lias so picked up.
a survey shows, that one is almost
assured of finding another liar In
Pistol duelists in a cold, wind-
swept Paris stadium were lucky to
escape unscathed, as this, if ever.
is influenza weather.
The finding of a 726-karat white
diamond on a South African farm
is most heartening. The diamond
farmers, at least, are doing well.
Mr. Rockefeller thinks 94 is a
proper age to give up golf. So if
worst comes to worst. Babe Ruth has
a half century ol golf ahead.
Time- will tell unless the gOSSips
beat it under the Wire. a pendulum swings as violently
one way as the other, and in due
\ ii: never knows how to do any- course we suppose nudism will be
hat a nice young man want- succeeded by long red flannel un-
The I adli Auxiliary oi Rodoph
Sholom Temple held their regular
|monthly meeting last Thursday af-
ternoon at :f p. m. in the auditorium
Ol 'he Temple, the meeting was
called in order by I he president.
Mi. a. R. Berger who gave thi
ipenlng prayer and the portion
from the bible was read by Mrs. M
H Kisli i. Plans lor the month an
a supper which will take place some-
lime this month at the temple, also
lie annual Purim Carnival with the
elect ion ot a King and Queen from
'he Sunday School classes, date and
place to be announced later
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's sermon l :
this Friday Eve is "Modern Home
lit'" Texl Exodus 23V.20 "Be-
hold, I -end an an el before thi I
P thee on the way. and to
bring thee unto the place when !
The Truth Must Out
JW'hen the other day we saw a
Hue in one of our dailies announc-
Ag that oilucrs for the "Council
B Miami Jewish Organizations"
onid be chosen, It surprised us not
m the least to note the lack of or-
ganizations represented and the
^W'l that ol those represented, sev-
al were by their very charters con-
ncd to such work that they were
HO' i mii eligible.
Win n one realizes that the Great-
*X Miami Jewish Cemetery associa-
flon is composed of representatives
three synagogues and a ladies or-
nnzaiion. and that its work is
Bniied to administering the affaln
9 I be Jewish cemetery, and that
cm : when one sees that the Hc-
Bm Friendly Tun whose work is
Bnited to providing for the tran-
^Bnt.s only, and whose activities
nse during the greater portion ol
He year; when one notes that a
Dr Fred Lebos now ol Tampa
ami formerly of Vero Beach spike
on "Thi' Care of Children's Teeth"
at the Fee Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion meeting Tuesday afternoon,
Feb. 6th, at 3 p. m.
The Dance Committee of the
I allies Auxiliary ol Rodoph Sholom
Temple met al the home of Mrs. A.
M. Wollson :il!l West Amelia Ave.
Thursday morning al HI a m. The
dame will be held at the Tampa
Yacht and Country Club, Purim
night, March 1st. Anyone desiring
tickets call secure same from any ol
the ladies on the commith e consist-
ing of Mrs. A. M. WolfSOn, chair-
man. Mrs. Simon Mark... co-chair-
man. Mrs M. AronovltZ, Mrs. ,1.
Wittner. Mrs Mack Perlman. Mrs.
Harry Cohen. Mrs. .lack Swerdlin,
and Mrs. M. II. Kisler.
The Tacky Dance sponsored bj
the council oi r ation Bnal
Israel, was a nice success Prizes for
costume were awarded to Mrs. Har-
rv Goldman and Mr Mont Hi
li'.er; the waltz prizes were awarded
to Mi-s Evans and Mr Keller
to teach her.
At Temple Both fi services Fri
day at fi I' M Rabbi Win H. Resen-
blatt will s)x'ak on "Living By Tom
Saturday morning services 10:30
Portion ot the Week "
Religious School Sunday 10 o'-
Bible Class Tuesday 2:30 P, M
Itouinania Bars Anti-Semitic
Students' ( oneress
The Young Macabees are spon-
soring a Valentine Dance on Wed-
nesday Eve. Feb. 14th. at the audi-
torium of the Congregation, tickets
only 25C a person. A lame crowd j-
Mr. and Mrs. David Loebel and
daughters Betty and Hazel, have ar-
rived from New York City, to make
this place their future home. Mrs.
Lot be] is th" daughter of Mr D
The Corn Party to lie given by
the Ladles Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety, ha- been postponed for a
Preparations are being mad
a Purim play in which all the chil-
dren of the religious and Sunday
School, will take part
The annual Purim dinner of Beth
David Congregation will be cele-
brated at Be'h David Hall on Sun-
day evening February 25th. Full de- The Judaic Council held their
talk will appear in our next Issue, regular meeting at the Congrega-
tion on Monday Eve. The meeting
Mr and Mrs David Rosenberg ol w.i. well attended.
Bucharest Continuing its efforts
to root out anti-Semitic agitation
by halting it at its source, the Rou-
manian government ha.- forbidden
the annual congri of Roumanian
students. These congresses havi
usually been forums far anti-Semi-
Saturday morning over 100 tic propaganda and not infrequently
friends gathered at the Reform Con- have ended up will, attacks on th.'
ation, Temple Beth-El to paj Jewish population, the agenda ol
tribute to Mr and Mrs p. Cardoza the banned congress contained a
and Mr and Mrs II Weiss. The proposal to bar Jews from the uiii-
farmer couple celebrated their 54th versitie
wedding anniversary, while the lat-
ter their golden wedding. There wa
a special service prepared by Rabbi
Rosenblatt who also spoke briefly
on the theme "At the Altar of
Love London.The exclusive Middles-
boro Auto ciub. winch some weeks
aeo voted not to admit any more
Jewish members, will shortly rescind
tins decision because many mem-
bers wlio oppose this anti-Semitli
policy an' resigning. A numbei
have already withdrawn. pledging
themselves to have nothing more to
do with the club so long as the bai
against Jewish members ls in force
The Club's Jewish members resign-
ed In a body Immediately alter the
vote was taken.
Exclusive British Club ti> Rescind
Bar Against Jews
Temple Beth fi began it.- services
'I luiv !n in forums on vital prob-
lem.- of tin day, Mr Jonathan P
Smith, former associate corporation
counsel lor (he city oi New York
spoke on "United States m Trans l
'ion Under the New Deal"
At 2:30 O'clock on the same day
in Sisterhood held it.- regular
meeting with Mrs Max Goodkind
Rabbi s m Machtei, founder and
director ol the Radio SynagOg, will
preach over radio station wiod at
ten o'clock on Sunday morning en
"The Importance of Religious Cere-
monials." In addition to the sermon
there will be prayers, hymns, scrip-
ture reading, and a question box
The sermon subject was the topic
ol the paper read by Rabbi Machtei
a' the recent Conference of Ortho-
dox and Conservative Rabbis and
Laymen "1 Florida which was held
at Miami, and. it is being repeated
at the request of thexse who were
not in attendance at the Conference.
Three American .lews Named To
Standing Committees of League
Geneva Three prominent Jews
were among the nine Americans ap
pointed to standing committees ol
the League of Nations Interns
Labor Office to fill the places leit
vacant by the resignation of the
German members, Isidor Lubin,
commissioner of labor statistics of
the 0 S. Labor Department, was
named to the committee on statis-
tical experts Abraham Bpsti In
secretary-general of the American
Association for Social Security, and
Dr. Isaac Rubinow. secretary of the
B'nai B'rith. were named to the
committee on social insurance.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. February 9, 1934
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RADIO SYNAGOG, WIOD, SINDA1 FEBR1 \K1 I 1-.4
"Nakedness Re> ealed"
Scripture Redin| Exodos Chapter XX verses 54-M Inclusive.
t. if we take ii
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n to which 1
ist. among oi
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Jew. Is thi
t was the thing h
illy. I told him
rhen fore it
eters to thi
I It it i I Got
ol the Lord, and, at
He HI all Hi.
; v. to do likew..
Cod rial In Deub
ei thy brother's ai oi
Iils ox fall dowi way, and hide thysell froi thou shalt sure-
W*i notlo thai ll I a case ol hidmu
r from "then tt is rea onable to
tha Cod on an animal fallen under a load will not
have compassion on a human being? Can a rational thinking being be-
ll the <'< who provide for the bea I ol burden will overlook a
human being formed "In HI image ? How do fanatical bigots, closeted
Licular rell b< to an All-Loving Father
the desire to ignore the poor the needy the suffering among other
creei B do.
If such conduct, the result ol purely creedal doctrine, u nol a reve-
dni and shame; II such disregard for the plights
'i i'. res is not i dl raceful display ol barren nudity oi moral
character on the ascent to Cod's Holy Altar, then i fail to understand
Hi" purpose oi Scriptural Instruction n religions fall to recognize the
common bond of Brotherhood and seek, rather, to estrange man from his
bor, to put a barrier between man and man, brother and brother;
if the leaders, teachers, and preachers can hold their flocks only through
Instilling hatred and fear of the adherent ol another faith within the
ol theli votaries, then it is high time for another deluge to wipe
tin-in off the face of the earth.
... -he worship of God!! If
tread you under foot.
... what sacrilege! What
of Faith that
.embers of ^e same
...re Gods works.
the fellow-members of his
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riday. February 16, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Blscayne fronton this season, In
lining the players he has on the
make the 12 labors of Her-
appear small in comparison.
ir a trip to Cuba, right in the
of the revolution, he signed
|(!.c stars of thai country and
he promoters of the old Span-
fame opposing him, then sought
n.index, and Mir In Mexico City,
next urned to Echevarria in Ar-
g^Kini' and Esquivel in Peru. But
tlBbrand of jai alai these cham-
pion.' 1 ;iv.' tunnel in since making
their debut here is proof that his
time md money was well spent.
^Bc hirgest crowds that have at-
ed the fronton since the boom
| have been on hand nightly and
in the history of the game
the playrs turnd in such
|vement8. Twice In one week.
by the way is a record, Luis Mansbach. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Wil-
Alvarez turned in perfect l.ams. Bunny Beldner. Newton
scoring the required seven Lvlnson, Sidney Albert. Arthur Pay,
before an opponent scored Maurice Mizrahi, Bird Dorfman,
Ben Lipshitz. Irving Allebaum.
Stanton Fields. Douglas and Milton
n the singles championships ,. ___wl, ,, ,
, Hall. Franklin Maushbach and
ment. with the title holders ,,
Moi timer Pay.
six nations competing, is an- ...
breath taker and thriller.
you can see, Mir. America.
Cuba. Echevarria, Argentine,
el. Peru, Goyo, Spain and
o, challenger, engage in
Lionel Barrymore and Mmam
Hopkins are co-starred in "The
Stranger's Return." which opens
Sundav at the Seventh Avenue
duels for the supremacy Of I Theatre as a Metro-Goldwyn-May-
the fjDiirt and what playing.
he difficulties encountered by | A regular meeting of the Books-
Lia :er Fied Winn. manager of In-Brief Club will be held Monday
PLAYING AT THE
evening. February 19th, at the home
of Mrs. Harry Oliphant 1429 S. W.
3rd st. when Mrs. Victor Mell will
give the current topic and Mrs.
Harry Kotkin will review "See How
They Run" by H. G. Carlisle.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fay enter-
tained with a dance Sunday night
in honor of their niece. Miss Rena
Goldln, whose birthday anniversary
was celebrated. Supper was served
Quests included Miss Rita Marks,
Miss Estelle Kapa. Miss Lillian
Schwartz, Miss Lucile Adelman.
Miss Lillian Mindell, Miss Mildred
Drelsen. Miss Ruth Sloan. Miss Fay
and Miss Eleanor Sheldon. Miss
Audrey Sugarman. Miss Muriel
Rosenbaum, Miss Evelyn Lewinthal,
Miss Doria Cromer, Miss Ruth and
Miss Bernlce Solomon. Miss Estelle
popular Plii! Strong novel of rural
As the 85-year-old patriarch of a
farm founded and pioneered by his
family, Lionel Barrymore is said to
have one of the most interesting
characterizations of his brilliant
career. His histronic power is de- ]
dared by preview critics to have |
attained new height In the climatic-
Muss Hopkins, among the most
popular feminine stars on the screen
today. Is afforded the best oppor-
tunity she has had in her role of
the city girl who goes to her grand-
father's farm and finds there the
peace and contentment she couldn'l
get in the city.
The unveiling of the tombstone
to the memory of the late I Eisen-
stein one of the founders ol the
Brotherhood ol Chesed Shel Emes I
will be held at the Jewish section
of the Woodlawn Cemetery Sunday
February 18th at 2:30 p. m. All I
members of the Chevra Kadisha
the Chesed Shel Emes and friends I
be family are urged to attend |
The famous all Yiddish talking
and singing picture "Akeldas Yitz-
. the Sat rifl tsaa will be
m at the Blscayne Pi.ua Thea-
ter Miami Beach tomorrow night
Sunday matinee. The Biblical
story ls told In vivid form with A.
Gartner ol Chicago playing the
leading role. The Sodom and
Gomarrah spectacle is portrayed
and the singing by the large cast
adds to the beauty of the spectacles
presented during the performance.
It is a picture well worth seeing
from the Jewish viewpoint.
Next week will see the closing of
Miami's most popular dog track
when the Flagler Kennel Club with-
in a short distance from the center
of the city will run its last races
on Thursday evening February 22.
The entire week will see the finest
of the well matched dogs contest-
FOR THOSE INTERESTED
AND KOSHER MEATS
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 years "Daum's Kosher
Market" has been under my daily
supervision and observance. That
during this entire time both local-
ly killed and out of town beef lias
been brought in. of whose ka.shrus
Mure has never been the slightest
doubt, which I hereby certify nt:d
Because of the Jewish law that
one who for at least three years has
never been doubted has a "Chazoko"
for Kashnis, and because ol my
personal knowledge and observa-
tion. I advise the entire public
that the two stores, one in Miami
and one in Miami Beach operated
by "Daum's Kosher Market" Is
strictly kosher for the most exact-
ing and that it is under my con-
stant personal supervision.
Signedi Rabbi B. D. Mendell.
Rabbi Cong. Beth Abraham.
The Arbeiter Ring of the Wbri>
man's Circle, No. 692, is giving a
social gathering next Sunday night
at its clubrooms 701 N. W. 5th ave.
A literary and musical program
will be provided. All visitors and
sympathizers are cordially invited
Plans for the Purim Ball to be
run for the benefit of the Talmud
Torah of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation will be anounced
in the next issue of the Jewish Flo-
ridian, according to a statement by
Mrs. Tina Kotkin who is chairman
of the committee on arrangements.
The sewing circle of Senior Hadas-
sah will meet on Monday February
26th at the home of Mrs. W. Robin-
son 242 N. E. 13th ave. with Mrs.
Samuel Katz chairman of sewing in
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during the season lighting for
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been an exceptionally successful
meet from the viewpoint ol the
box office as well as the sport lov-
ers. The dog loving fan should pay
a visit to this track this week.
Mesdames M. Scheinberg and A.
Orovitz were hostesses at a card
party Wednesday evening, Feb. 7th
Hi the lobby ol the Nemo Hotel.
Miami Beach for the benefit of the
David Sisterhood. Prizes were
awarded and delicious refreshments
were .served Mrs. Herman Stone of
Cleveland, Ohio, assisted.
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