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

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University of Florida
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Vol. 7. No. 8
I I.ORiD.VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. EBRUARY 23, 1934
Jewish News
Around The
World
Anti-Nazi Minnie Men Arc
I Organized
Plans for the formation of the
nti-Nazi Minute men. an organiz-
ation composed of young men be-
ui'i'ii the ages of 18 and 35. for
fthe purpose of combatting Nazism
m this country, have met with wide
espouse throughout the United
States.
It is planned to have past.s. simi-
ir lo those of the War Veterans,
every Jewish community In the
tnited states. The sole purposes
Ire to stamp out Nazism and to
Brther the boycott in this country
to prevent repetition of the disasters
ftia* have occurred in Europe, espe-
da' s m Germany. The organlza-
tton will be fundamentally Jewish.
Li' the constitution will permit the
Elusion of non-Jews who are
town to be definitely friendly to
purposes ol the organization.
knti-Nazi Minute Men. the name
(lee led tor the organization, was
\\i\ to be significantly appropriate
thai the purpose ol the new
Houp ,'.,. to preserve these ideals
for ..Inch 'hi Minnie Men of the
r< ion had fought and
th> ires down for, and which the
& Qrinian K.xpnrtrrs Find New Trlch
ilo Circumvent Boycott
iondon. A new subterfuge re-
led to by German exporters to
iumvent the anti-German boy-
coti has been discovered in London,
Th' .' exporters ship their merchai:-
dise 'o Belgium where the made-in-
Geimair. label is removed and re-
piaci d by a macle-in-Belgiuni label.
With this label the goods are re-
shipped in all parts ol the world
and thu escape the boycott. Mean-
while ihe Briiish boycott commit-
tee ln working on a plan to replace
all German drugs with British sllb-
tes.
Bo 1 imilies Apply For Jewish
Farm Colony
Jearly 1500 families have already
applied tit ihe office ol the Associ-
atton tor jewxsii Farm Settlements,
sponsor ol the first agio-industrial
colony, which is being established
near Highstown. N. J.. with the as-
sistance of the Subsistence Home-
stead division oi the Federal gov-
ernment
The colony will be able to ac-
COtBinodaie only two hundred lam-
ilies, who will be drawn for the
most pan ironi the needle trade
workers of New York and other
centti- ol Jewish population. The
SUb.eoiiiMiit.tee m charge of the
projei : will soon be finished with
the plan., for the factory and as
soon .is these will be announced the
official registration for the colony
Will begin.
The government has appropriated
a SUin nl money to the colony to be
used in ii ihe CWA for preliminary
clearing oi tin- land where the
hoa* :t\\i\ ihe factory are to be
built, ihe CWA will also assist in
improving a pond on the property
0 thai ii can be used by the set-
lers.
Chicago Yeshiva
Sponsors Dinner
Next Thursday evening Trotzky's
Restaurant at Miami Beach will be
the scene of one of the outstanding
events of the current season when
the Purim party or Saudah will be
celebrated by the Chicago friends
of the Beth Hamidrash Latorah
iChicago Theological College i. Dur-
ing the evening a program of enter-
tainment will be presented to carry
out the richest traditions of Purim
observances. Rabbi Jacob Green-
berg dean of the Chicago College,
who is m Miami on a brief vaca-
tion, and is one of Ihe outstanding
Hebrew scholars as well as an en-
Eineer will be one of the speakers
is will Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom
of Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami
Beach. Noted Cantors will enliven
the evening with traditional music
'and will lead in folk songs Mr.
Israel Rabuchin a director of the
college, who has been spending his
I winter vacations In Miami for the
pas' seven years Is chairman of the
arrangements committee which is
composed of prominent tourists and
local resident'-. Reservations which
are limited may be made thn
the committei or through Rabbi
Roi i nbloom.
Price Five Cents
Delegates Tell
Of Conference
A very Interesting and Important
gathering was the recent confer-
ence ol Junior and Senior Hadas-
sah at i's eighth annual Southern
Regional Conference in Montgom-
ery. Ala. Among those attending
the conference were Mrs. Sol. Rop-
fort president of the local Junior
Hada.ssah and Miss Bede Golden-
blank of the same organization. Mrs
Jos. Williamson of Miami also at-
tended representing the Senior or-
MRS. JENNIE ROTFORT
ganization. Problems of Jewry and
particularly Hadassah were discuss-
ed by prominent speakers among
them Mrs. Moses Epstein of New
York who had just returned from a
trip to Palestine. Among the en-
couraging factors was the fact that
the local Junior Hadassaji had more
than doubled its quota, and far sur-
passed its record of the previous
year. Officers elected by the Con-
ference included Mrs. S. Marcus
president for the Senior group, and
Miss Charlotte Welnkle of Jackson-
ville president of the Junior group.
Mrs. Jos. Williamson of Miami was
Noted Rabbi To
Speak Sunday
Auxiliary Will
Observe Purim
An evening ol unusual entertain-
ment combining musical talent and
oratorical ability will be afforded
the visitors and residents of Greater
Miami next Sunday evening at tin
Beth Jacob Synagogue Miami
Beach. Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz fam-
ous as a Yiddish speaker of rare
oratorical ability will deliver an ad-
dress on "The Jewish People at the
Parting of the Ways." a former
member of the Latvian parliament
and ii leader in Its political life.
Rabbi Teitz has combined Rabbini-
cal training and lay knowledge to
Ihe furtherance of a movement to
unite the Jewish youth movements
Of the world. He has traveled ex-
tensively during the past years to
urge u]x>n world Jewry the neces-
sity for a conference of all Jewish
Youth representatives In Palestine
In the early part of 1935. He has
eceived enthusiastic suport and
CANTOR A. KANTOR
commendation wherever he has
Spoken. Appealing on the evening's
program Is the lamed Cantor. Abra-
ham Kantor of the Cleveland Jew-
ish Center. Kantor is a native ol
Lenin. White Russia and sang ai B
member of the choirs of numerous
Russian cities while a boy, princi-
pally in the cities of Berditchev,
Pinsk. and Ekaterinoslov. He gradu-
ated from the Imperial Music In-
stitute and Ihe Conservatory of Mu-
sic of Warsaw. After leaving school
he accepted the position of assist-
ant Cantor to the famous Cantor
Rut man in Poltavo. Later Cantor
Kantor become cantor in Bielo Tzer-
kov. and in Kolo. During the world
war he came to the United States
where he served as the Cantor of
the Sfardishe Shul of Boston, and
the Beth Midrash Hagodol in Pitts-
burgh. Pa. For the past eleven years
he has served as the Cantor of the
Cleveland Jewish Center with whom
he is now connected. During that
time he has composed a large num-
ber of liturigical numbers and folk
songs. He is the possessor of a rare
tenor voice and a falsetto that has
evoked enthusiasm from his hear-
ers. A very nominal sum is being
charged for admission to the Syna-
gogue for this important program.
What will be one of the nicest af-
I
fairs of the current season is the
Purim card party for the benefit of
it.s Talmud Torah fund that is be-
Ing sponsored by the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
1 Congregation next Tuesday evening
February 27th. The affair will be
held at the Synagogue 1545 S. W.
Third street and will begin at H
o'clock. Purim godies and old fash-
ioned "Haman Tasiien" will be serv-
1 ed during the evening. Purim nov-
elties will be awarded for high
I scores. In charge of arrangement.-
is a committee headed by Mrs.
Philip Berkowitz who is being as-
ted by Mrs. J. Louis Shochel. The
public Is urged to attend.
Beth David
Supper Sunday
Next Sunday evening. Februarj
125th. beginning at 8 p. m. Beth
:' Slsti rhood will celebrate
annual Purim Dinner at tl
i urant when a pro-
. tainmenl Inclui
i by Rabbi Max si..
and and mui.
numbers by Cantor Louis Hayi
and 11 adlni bj Ji i (ireenben n 111
b pi sented. In ch irge oi
menls Is Mrs. J. Eugler. chairman,
and Mesdames II Oliphant L Le-
vins, L. Hartz, Louis Hayman, Sol
Schwartz, n. Raj vis, H. M<
Sol. Greif, B. Kandle. H. Libcnr.au
Mid Harry Markowitz. The door
committee consists ol Me dames Isi-
dor Fine and M. J. Kopelowii/.
Reservations may be made will
member of the committee.
CHARITY BALL SOON
An important meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jevish Wel-
fare Bureau was held last week and
announcement was made that the
annual Charily Ball of the organiz-
ation will be held at Ihe Blackstone
Hotel on Sunday evening March
18th. Full details will appear in an
early issue.
'Announcements!
!________________j
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodoi)
Jll Wanhinirton Ave.. Miami Ueach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 with
the late serlvces at 8 p. m. when the
Rabbi will preach on "The Purity
of Religion." Cantor Boris Schlach-
nian wil chant the services. Satur-
Iday morning services begin at 8:30
and the Rabbi will preach on the
! portion of the week in Yiddish.
Wednesday evening Purim will be
ushered in at 7 p. m. when the
Meglllah will be read. Thursday
morning services will begin at 8 a.
m. Saturday afternoon immediately
after Mincha the Rabbi will con-
duct his usual daily Ayin Yaakov
class.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
A Sabbath Dinner will be given
at Kaplan Hall Friday evening at
7 o'clock. The time for the service
i 30 in order to
the guests an opportunity to remain
r the whole evening,
a:, been pre-
occasion and Dr. Kap-
peak on What Makes a
Sabbath Meal." Reserva-
made through the of-
Pemple, or by calling
Mil 22158.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
rConaarvatl**)
111 N. W. Third Avrnua
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Beach Shul To
Hold Benefit
Early services begin at 5:30 p. m.
with the late services at 8 p. m.
when the Rabbi will preach on
Does Religion Advance or Retard
Civilization?" The usual congrega-
tional singing and chanting will be
dneeled by Cantor L. Hayman.
Saturday morning the Rabbi will
speak in Yiddish on the portion of
the week. The Junior Congregation
will meet at 10:30 Wednesday night
Purim will be ushered in at 8 p. m.
when the Megillah will be read.
Thursday morning services will be-
gin at 8 a. m.
chosen 3rd vice president of the
Senior group. A dinner dance and
banquet at the Jefferson David Ho-
tel was one of the social features of
the two day conference.
The second annual Yiddish the-
atrical performance to be present-
ed by Beth Jacob Congregation.
Miami Beach, will be given at the
Ida M. Fisher High School Audi-
torium Sunday evening March 4th
beginning at 8:30 p. m. The com-
mittee in charge selected the well
known and popular Yiddish char-
acter actor Joseph Kaminsky of
New York to star in the three act
comedy "Mendel Fun Galicia." a
portrayal of life as only can be pre-
sented In the Yiddish language. In
the company are the well known
artists Joseph Greenberg, Harry
Greenberg, Harry Sose. M. Safer.
Lena Friedland. and the little Jean
Frank. Out of town actors appear-
ing are Miss Nina Seiderman and
Julius Feinberg. The show is replete
MIWll JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox I
IMS S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Early services begin tonight at
5:30 p. m. with the late services at
8:30 when the Rabbi will preach on
"The Importance of a Name." Sat-
urday morning service begins at 9
a. m. Mincha will begin at. 5 p. m.
with the Shalosh Saudah and
Maariv services following. Purim
will be celebrated Wednesday eve-
ning at 7:30 p. m. when the Megil-
lah will be read. Thursday morning
services begin at 8 a. m.
with musical numbers sung by mem-
bers of the company to the accom-
paniment of local musicians. The
proceeds are to be used for the Tal-
mud Torah fund of the congrega-
tion.


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Friday, February 23, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
b) Ihe
JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
P. 0. Box 2!i?:i
Miami. Florida Phone 2-I18:s
MHTUKIAL OPPICBSl
6JI S. W. I.'.lh Avrnu* Phon* 2-1183
J. LOUIS SHOCHKT. Editor
rl(i:i K. SIKKIilvT. < irrul.lion H.,lur,
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
i tr#d a.- Meond chut mattei
igjO, hi th I'., i Offic* iii Miami,
under lha An of March :i. 1879.
July 4.
Florida.
WEST PALM BEACH
Page Three
THE
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN.
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
In telling iti<' world to keep its
snout out of the Soviet potato paid,
Stalin says he has no one particu-
larly In mind. The Japanese, ol
course, eat rice.
Munlhft
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Vol. 7No. 8
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1934
The Tragedy of The
Jewish Youth
y NABB1 PINCHA8 M. TEITE
Former Member of Latvian
Parliament
Among the manifold problems
iiciii tii the surface by Jewish life
reci nl days, there arises the par-
ularly troublesome tragedy of
i.sh youth. What Is youth? What
-s Youth, as such, mean to a
ople?
To me, youth Is the strength and
uideur oi a people, n Is the life-
rve oi i very movemenl In the Im-
Kdiate present, and affords n
Hiuie to its future. Youth becomes
pi' repository for the treasures of
people; its to guard and pass on
future generations, adding to
so treasures its own contribu-
te, Youth becomes the barometer
the future of a people, denoting
rise or it.-- extinction. A study of
uth and one can soon forecast the
lire of that youth's people.
hat does a glimpse into Jewish
th ol today disclose'.' Russia,
home of a four million Russian
ry, rich in Jewish lore and tra-
oas; the cradle for everything
th while of things Jewish is to-
childless, youthless so far as WB
jB"s are concerned. Its youth, born
Ha Communistic bed. nurses "red"
milk breathes "red" air. and is
HEdually becoming enmeshed in
*Yed" fantastic theories, losing all
| ties with Jewish traditions and
Ish beliefs. Jewish Youth in
sia recognizes not its relation-
ship and responsibilities to the Jew-
ish people: it Is strange, carries no
relationship and responsibilities to
I Jewish people; it Is strange.
lea enmity and hatred towards
that is holy to Judaism, for
!h countless Jews .sacrificed
r very lives. Can we expect much
i them? Unfortunately, no. They
are dead to the Jewish people.
^Bcross the border and we find
Ftjand. Germany, Rumania, Lithu-
V Latvia, a somewhat better ap-
^Bl'aiicc but never the less unable
Btt'titi1 anything definite for Jew-
Ife, It., youth, dismayed and
^fcppointcd, faces a bitter "pres-
^p' ami a still worse "tomorrow,"
deiing over hamlet and city.
loul aim or purpose; and the
but potent Anti-Semitism, its
Ith's last, stand from it. Its en-
energy Is now concerned with
ting for itself something ma-
Hebrew Theological College ol Chicago, 111., was- organized In
1918 and reorganised In 1922 and provides more than lour hundred .stud-
ents, ninety-five per cent of whom are native born
with a thorough training fitting them for the positions
oi Rabbis. The course embraces four years ol work In
the preparatory department and seven years oi work
in the Belli Hamidrash Larabonim. Rabbi Saul Silbcr
is president, and Rabbi Jacob Greenberg noted scholar
and engineer is dean, in recent, years the Institution
has graduated lorty-two young men serving Jewish
communities throughoul the country. Rabbi David I Rosenbloom of
Miami Beach is a graduate of this Institution.
She: The directions say to rub
i the surface down with steel wool
What on earth i.s steel wool?
He: I'm not sure, but I think thai
It's made from the fleece of hy-
draulic rams.
terial for the immediate present, to
earn its meagre daily bread, diffi-
cult a.s thai undoubtedly Is today.
Our wise Sa| es Oi the Talmud apt-
ly phrased Where there is no
bread, there ran be no learning."
Every day cares, a struggle for Im-
mediate life causes our Jewish
youth to roll down hill, into the
di pth ni material endeavors and
struggles, spiritual values totally
Ignored and forgotten. Youth lacks
strength, courai e and faith, taken
from II i". the continual strugle for
life it is daily engaged In.
There remains only, then, the
''-nl' i in America, England
mil France. Youth In these lands If
to a ci degree in a healths
condition Materially II rests on a
sound foundation; it has not yel
faced an openly declared Anti-
Semitism it ,-t:ii remains where ii
may meet the demands upon it to
fulfill it- dutj to the Jewish people
and to develop and carry on the
traditions oi the Jewish nation
How terrible, however, is the actual
picture thai one [aces, when om
realize.- that this youth, uneducated
and untrained is to be the youth
that will carry on for us all. A youth
that is estranged from our people.
know- nothing of Jewish pain, real-
ize not the true Jewish spirit,
wastes Its energies and expends Its
strength on matters far from Jew-
ish ideals, can such a youth be en-
trusted with our future?
The tarts are dark indeed: the \
problem Is serious. Will our Jewish j
leaders realize the seriousness of
the moment? Will they, as Jewish
leaders of old. rise to the occasion '
Will Jewish youth under the leader-
ship of men of vision rise to accept
the ta-k thai Is rightfully theirs''
Will our Jewish youth in those
lands where liberty and equality is
still theirs as a matter of right, ac-
cept the responsibility of handing
on tO Hit me generations treasure-
that are venerated, ideal, and worth
while?
Will Jew- realize the problem
that they are now confronted with?
lowing men: Maurice Cromer. Ar-
nold Rubin. Bennett Applebaum
Sam Silver, Sidney Zuckerman. of
Miami; Leo Epstein of Daytona
Beach: Herman B. Lasris, ol Jack-
sonville, Daniel Usdin, ol St. Au-
gustine; and Arthur Malever, oi
Ocala.
At the recent election ol officers
the following were chosen: .lay
Schwartz, president. St. Petersburg;
Alvln Ca.ssei, Miami, vice president
Ely Katz. St. Petersburg, secretary;
David Rothsteln. Jacksonville, trea-
surer; Joe Safer, Jacksonville, clerk:
and Morris m Slott, Ocala, mar-
shall
The main speaker al the banquet
was Dr. Joseph Weil, facultj
-or oi the fraternity, who spoke on,
"The Value ol Fraternitj In Am t
Life." Among other speakers on the
pro-ram were Alvln Cassel, Ely
KatZ, Abe Horovitz, I. MOSCOVltZ.
and Moe Safer, alumni ol the chap
II in Jacksonville.
Our town skeptic thinks the strike
In Austria i.s some yeast compai.
publicity for the Vienna loaf.
Man;, a true word i.s spoken
mistake.
bv
A compliment always passe toi
more than its lace value.
Before giving advice a wise man
prepares to dodge the consequence;
Our idea of a modest man Is one
who can keep his opinion of hmi-
seli to himself.
A patent medicine testimonial
occasionally thrusts greatness upon
a small man.
Guests at nudist weddings will
try to control themselves when he
vows solemnly, "With all my world-
ly goods I thee endow."
For the nudist colony promoter
wishing something a little differenv
the Byrd expedition has opened up
Some new territory.
Six-year-olds in an Ohio private
school publish their own newspaper
A cone |s offered, we hear, for the
brightest saying of a parent.
An Ohio divorce petition charges
a husband with stealing his wife's
'ecth On the other hand, isn't self-
preservation the law of life?
With a ruling from an NRA com-
pliance board that they may stay
open as long as they wish, Maine
barbers seem set for the spring
shearing.
An amazing new ordinance de-
velopment is the Roosevelt anti-air
mail gun. The sky for a week has
been full of falling subsidies.
Sympathy is all right In its placi
but there are times when a kl k
would be far more effectl i
For smiling up promptly with the
Premier-of-the-Month Club, France
got five old standard premiers n
it.- new cabinet.
n von imagine thai tin
ipathetic world, tell people
that von i>r e j ild and listen
I 1U11.S.
A cigar, even feet long, has been
rolled m Havana for American ex-
port. We mast take precaution-
that no stowaway politician Is
within.
Ol Temple Rodoph Sholnlll will
give March 1st, at the Tampa
Yacht and Countrv Club. Thl
mittee In charge ol the dan e
sists ol Mrs A, M Wolison. chair-
man; Mrs. Simon .Marks, co-chair-
m n Mrs. Harry Cohen. Mrs
Manuel Aronovitz. Mrs .Jacob Win-
ner. Mr Jack Swerdlin, Mi? Mack
So far the fraternity has had
mosl successful year on the campus Perlman, and Mrs m. h. Kisler
at the University of Florida, having
participated actively in the Intra-
Mural Athletic events of the Uni-
versity.
Tampa, Fla.
Rabbi Adolph Burner has re-
turned from Orlando where he at-
tended the installation of officers
ol Congregation Ohev Sholom.
Gainesville
oi interest to Miami Jewry Is the
news that on Sunday. February 11,
l Fraternity at the
University of Florida In Gaines-
ville held its annual initiation.
Alter an mpresslve ritual cere-
mony on Sunday evening, the fra-
ternity held it.s Annual Initiation
Banquet In the Banquet Hall of the
Primrose Grill.
Initiated that night were the fol-
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittner of
702 East Adalle St.. Tampa, enter-
tained at dinner last Sunday eve-
nlng at their home. Following din-
ner the guests played cards. Prizes
were awarded for high score to
Mrs. Jack Swerdlin. Mrs. David Lo-
bell of New York City, and Mrs M
H. Kisler.

The Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph
Sholom Temple will observe Auxil-
iary Sabbath Friday evening, Feb.
23rd, at 8 p. m Mrs. Henry Brash
will give the sermon and Mrs. M
H. Kisler. will read the services.
*
M: D. RacheLson and Mrs. Chas
Jacobs were hostesses at a benefit
bridge party recently lor the Temple
Guild Sisterhood of Schaaral Zedek
at. the home of Mrs Charles Jacobs
4">22 Woodmere Road. Beach Park.

Mis. David Fi-enlwi g and
David of Bronx. N. Y.. formerly of
Tampa are the guests of Mrs. Elscn-
mother, Mrs. c. Mo.-.
Palm Avenue.
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Many reservations have been re-
ceived from st. Petersburg, Lake-
land, and Sarasota for the Purim
The children of the Rodoph Sho-
lom Sunday school are rehearsing
a Purim play "Daughter of Her
People" which will be presented
soon.
St. Petersburg
Friday Eve. at Conn. Bnai Israel.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will deliver a
"Purim" sermon The Drama ol
Amalek and Israel; a Homiletical
Exposition on the Book of Esther
A brief address on "Duty" will be
delievered by Ely Grossman, who
will be confirmed Saturday morn-
ing. Refreshments will be
Friday nighl and Saturday morn-
ing by Mr.-. Lillian Grossman, the
Mother Ol 'he continuant.
Saturday morning begin
at !l O'clock. All tourists are cor-
dially invited.

Rabbi Kleinfeld will dedicate next
Friday evening to the Judaic coun-
11, an organisation >:' youn
men. doing charity work

Mr. and Mrs A. Sierkese of 1078
14th Ave. No., have as their house
guest. Mrs. Moskowitz ol New York
City.

A Purim playlet and Package
Dance which the women's auxiliary party i.s being sponsored by Con-
n Bnai Israel, at 921 9th
St. No. on Sunday Eve. March 4th,
menu will be served by the
Ladies Auxiliary. All members
friends and visitors are welcome.

The Judaic Council held its regu-
lar meeting Monday evening and
arrangements completed for their
luncheon to be held at the Penn-
sylvania Hotel. Wednesday after-
noon. Feb. 28th.

The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid So-
net;, held its regular meeting last
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Goldberg. Refreshments were
served by the hostess.

Tonight Sisterhood Sabbath will
be observed at Temple Beth El
when the invocation will be deliver-
ed by Mrs. A. Selinger, the Sabbath
services will be read by Mrs. M.
Goodkind, and Mrs. Goldsmith; the
Sisterhood sermon by Mrs. W. Levy,
and the adoration and benediction
by Rabbi Rosenblatt. Saturday
morning services begin at 10:30 A.
M and the Rabbi will preach on
Ha portion of the week.

The first Get-Together of Jewl-h
Young Folks at Temple Beth E!
was held yesterday and an interest -
Ing session was held.

Sisterhood of Beth El Temple Is
planning a Purim Ball for Wedne -
da] evening February 28th at 8 p
m. and an interesting program wtl
be presented,

Kabbi Win. H. Rosenblatt spoke
on "Music's Aid to Religious Ideal-
ism" at the Community Sing at the
pit r ia.-t Sunday.

Dr. Abram Simon of Washington.
D. C. noted Iabbi and former presi-
dent ot the Central Conference of
American Rabbis spent several days
here last week


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THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
SOCIETY
...
I Girls' Division of the Y. M. Si hi os.se r brother and .sister in law
A. held their installation of of-
!is at the clubrooms of the or-
zation last Sunday night with
l(!;i Knttlcr past president act-
as the Installing officer. MLss
ii Leavitt, the new president,
;.nded in a brief talk and
tfM-.^i'd the members for then- sup-
port d pledged an active program
M'ir coming year. During the
eAii). the Misses Esther Cromer
fl Shirley Wallach entertained,
f^ftumu which refreshments were
i- annual Purim Ball of Beth
el wil be held at the Mahi
Temple on Tuesday evening,
Cli 6th. Full details will appear
ext week's issue.
and Mrs. Max D. Brown of
htic city, n. j., are spending
weeks with Mr. Brown's pa-
Mr and Mrs. Charles Brown
of goward. Fla.

and Mrs. H. M. Drevich en-
|ned for their son-in-law's pa-
Mr and Mrs. L. W. Bernard
Doklyn. N. Y.. last Sunday cve-
| The Bernards are stopping at
ilack.stone Hotel Miami Beach.
Sir party are Mr. and
; ol Mrs. Bernard, and Mrs. Schwartz
a sister of Mrs. Bernard, all of
Broklyn. N. Y. The party will re-
main here for an extended stay,
with the exception of Mr. Bernard
who left for home because of busi-
i i engagements
The unveiling of the tombstone to
tin' memory of the late i. EUsenstein,
prominent communal worker and
founder of the chesed She! Ernei
will take place a! the Jewish Sec-
tion of the Woodlawn Cemetery
next Sunday evening February 25th.
beginning at 3 p. m. All members
oi the Chevra Kadisha, the Chesed
She! Ernes and friends of the fam-
ily are urged to attend. Followim;
these ceremonies the tombstone to
the memory of the late M. Wexler.
son-in-law of the late Mr. Eisen-
stein. will be unveiled in the same
cemetery.

Regular games of singles and dou-
bles are played at the Biscayne
Fronton nightly, and additional fea-
tures were added. The featured at-
tractions are the singles champion-
ship, with the champions of vari-
ous nations competing against each
other. Mir. American; Llano. Cuban;
Mrs. Goyo, Spain: Eciievana. Argentine:
------- Esquivel, Peru: Hernandez. Mexico:
Antonia, challenger.
The other I eat lire Is the doubles
championship, for a purse of $100.
offered by the management. The
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AND BE CERTAIN
two teams who swept through all
opposition in the eliminations were
Hernandez and Llano, Echevarrla
and Esquivel. and now they are
playing a seven game series, start-
ing Monday night and playing
every other nighl until the series is
over.
Tuesday was base ball night, and
Thursday night was sports writers
night.
Rain or shine, every nlghl except
Sunday, the fronton otters elghl
games (it fast, hard rough) games
.f Jai alai, with banner crowds, as
the incoming tourists, having heard
ol the game but never havin
opportunity to see It, as Miami of-
fers the only fronton open In this
country at the present time, flock
to the Biscayne
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"Ladies They Talk About.' a
Warner Bros, picture will be .shown
at the Seventh Avenue Theatre,
bringing together a notable cast ol
players in addition to the star
Barbara Stanwyck.
Preston S. Foster, who had im-
portant roles m 'Life Begins." -Two
Seconds." appears tor the first time
as Miss Stanwyck's leading man,
while Lyle Talbot, who had a crook
role in "Twenty Thousand Year- in
Sing Sing" is seen In a .similar part
Dorothy Burgess and Lillian Roth,
both of whom have been playing
leading screen roles, appear in this
picture in important parts as fellow
prisoners in San Quentin with Miss
.Stanwyck.
Besides presenting life in the wo-
men's ward of a State Penitentiary
there is a stirring romance between
an evangelist and a woman prison-
er,
*
A new Marlene Dietrich, differ-
ent than her millions of screen ad-
mirers have ever glimpsed in her
previous pictures, will be seen In
"The Song of Songs," her new
Paramount picture, coming to the
Tlvoll Theatre starting Sunday,
Miss Dietrich, who hitherto has
appeared at a iophlsticated world-
ly woman, is revealed in her new
production as an Innoci nl your
country girl ol rare eabuty. who
goes to Berlin, and. Jiltt d by a
handsome young sculptor, runs the
gamut of tragic experience
Brian Aherne, referred to by
drama critics as the mosl romantic
nctor ol hi N< York tagi. makes
1 i reen debul a Ml I Mi I
man I l< nt I Atwlll, who
has been a tage tar I ir Ixti en
years, appears ,i- her husband, Alli-
(iii Sklpworth, Hardle Albright and
Freeman also |
roles.
*
Plans for the annual pii
Dance and Ball ol the Ladies Auxil-
: the Miami Jewish Oi thodox
Congregation to be held on Tues-
daj evening March 20th at the Mahl
Shrine Temple have been
id Mrs Tina Kotkln Is chairman
in charge ol tht cnminn.ee ol ar-
rangements.
Beth David Synagogue announces
the continuation ol Its Teacher's
training class under the direction
of Rabbi Max Shapiro and Stanley
c Myers, to meet regularlj
week for instruct urn
\ .i meeting ol Junior Ha
la Wednesday nighl plans for the
Joint Junior Hadassah and Council
dance to be given at the Car.i Villa
next Sunday evening February 25th
wi re announced in char i i ar-
rangements is B committee headed
by MlSS Manila Mack In addition
to the usual floor show additional
entertainers will perform during the
evening,

W.xt Tuesday evening February
27th Junior Hadassah is sponsoring be awarded for high scores and re-
a bridge for the benefit of the Jew- freshments will be served.
i'h National Fund at the William
Pi nn Hotel. Miami Beach, with Ml
Ethel Wax chairman of the ar- Mrs- L Nurick of New York is the
rangements committee. Prizes will house guest of M rs. Nat Berman.
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A TORGSIN ORDER will enable
your friends and relatives in Soviet
Russia to buy imported or domes-
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The TORGSIN chain of retail
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service is now extended to every
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Torgsin prices compare
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Torgsin Stores carry an amaz-
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clothing,linen, cotton and silk ma-
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Here are a few gift suggestions
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Men's suits ............7.50 "
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Children's shoes......1.80 "
Children's sweaters .60 Kopeks
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Flour 12 1 5 Lb.).. .04 Kopeks
Sugar '2 1 5 Lb.> .22 "
Chocolate < 100 gr.) .16 "
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 23
Pull details of the hearing accord-
ed last Friday morning to Merlin's
Kosher Market al Miami Beach, at
the request ol Merlin, by Rabbi
Rosenlboom and members ol the
Kashrus committee, will be pub-
lished in our nexl Issue; teslmony
of the witnesses and the decision of
the Rabbi and committee, it any.
will appear al that time
a
A special program has been pre-
pared tor the children of Temple
Israel Sunday morning, March 4th,
and a mask ball for all the children
and their litile friends will be held
at Temple Israel Sunday afternoon
at 3 30. Miss Viola Belasco and the
Miami Academy ol Art will send
some of their talented pupils to
take part in the program.

Sunday morning March 4th. in
celebration of Purim the children
of Beth David will celebrate at a
masquerade party In the Talmud
Torah when prizes will be awarded
for the best costumes.

Mrs. s. J. specter entertained last
Tuesday afternoon In honor of her
daughter. Mrs. Sarah Baron ol Bos-
ton. Ma.-- who is spending the
winter in Miami. Tin- home was
beautifully decorated for the event
and following bridge a delicious
.salad co served. Prizes for
high scores were awarded to Mrs
A. E Rosenthal. MiSS Helen Parkas
and Miss Eleanor FOX
Orlando. Fla.
I'I A', 1\>, AT THE
T1VOLI THEATRl
Radio Synagog
Rabbi 8, m Machtei, founder and
director ol the Radio Synagog, will
pn .1 h ovi radio station WIOD al
ten o'clock Sunday morning on "The
Lesson of Purim, Luck Versus
LOV( In addition to the sermon
there wii be prayers, scripture read-
ing, and a question box.
FOR THOSE INTERESTED
IN KASHRUS
AND KOSHER MEATS
Because ol recent developments
In Miami Beach. I deem it my
-acred duty to advise the Jewish
public ol Miami and Miami Beach.
;lIKl particularly those who desire
to obtain kosher meats, that for the
k years "Dawn's Kosher Mar- ,
kef has been under my daily super-
vision and observance. That during
.,, time both locally killed
ttnd 0UI o. .own I, el has been
br0UgW m. 01 whose kashrus there
ever been the 1 < doubt.
Which I hereby certify and vouch
lor.
Because of the Jewish law that
.,, for al Hast three years has
never been doubted has a "Chazoko"
for Kashrus. and because of im-
personal knowledge and observa-
tion, 1 advise the entire public thai
the two Stores, one In Miami and
one 111 Miami Beach operated by
Damn's Kosher Market" Is strictly
kosher for the mosl exacting
thai it is under my constant
sonal supervision,
Signed 1 Rabbi B. D Men Rabbi Cong. Beth Abralu,
COME IN, AND
LET US SHOW
YOU HOW TO
SAVE TIRE
MONEY!
MARLENE DIETRICH in
"SONG OF BONOS"
Mrs. Al Blaskey was hostess
Thursday night to the Two Table
Bridge Club recently organized, Mr.
Bandel won high score prize.
Mr Abe Ben c who has Dee:.
::. Miami on b .. In<.-- for
the pasl few months spenl the
end m Orlando with his
ily,
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New J Ml Sol Wlt-
the winter.
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toldsteln ol Miami are visitors
In O '' :
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1 Bergei twins entertained
with an acrobat ic dais e al 1 he
American Legion Walkathon last
Friday night.
a teachers training school for
Jewish men and women who wish
in prepare to teach in a Jewish re-
ligious school wii 1 be opened at
Temple 1 srael Thursday evening al
7 30, March 1st. and will be fret ol
to all those who wish to at-
tend Subjects to be taught are
Jewish history. Bible. Judaism
Principlei ol Jewish Education, He-
brew Jewish literature and Cere-
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tagc and the Metropolitan Opera,
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CJ wjewisti filar lidibi in Vol. 7. No. 8 I I. ORiD.VS ONLY JEWISH W EEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. EBRUARY 23, 1934 Jewish News Around The World Anti-Nazi Minnie Men Arc I Organized Plans for the formation of the nti-Nazi Minute men. an organization composed of young men be%  ui'i'ii the ages of 18 and 35. for fthe purpose of combatting Nazism m this country, have met with wide %  espouse throughout the United States. It is planned to have past.s. simiir lo those of the War Veterans, every Jewish community In the tnited states. The sole purposes Ire to stamp out Nazism and to Brther the boycott in this country to prevent repetition of the disasters ftia* have occurred in Europe, espeda' s m Germany. The organlzatton will be fundamentally Jewish. Li' the constitution will permit the Elusion of non-Jews who are town to be definitely friendly to purposes ol the organization. knti-Nazi Minute Men. the name (lee led tor the organization, was \\i\ to be significantly appropriate thai the purpose ol the new Houp ,'.,. to preserve these ideals for ..Inch 'hi Minnie Men of the R< ion had fought and th> ires down for, and which the &n world Jewry the necessity for a conference of all Jewish Youth representatives In Palestine In the early part of 1935. He has eceived enthusiastic suport and CANTOR A. KANTOR commendation wherever he has Spoken. Appealing on the evening's program Is the lamed Cantor. Abraham Kantor of the Cleveland Jewish Center. Kantor is a native ol Lenin. White Russia and sang ai B member of the choirs of numerous Russian cities while a boy, principally in the cities of Berditchev, Pinsk. and Ekaterinoslov. He graduated from the Imperial Music Institute and Ihe Conservatory of Music of Warsaw. After leaving school he accepted the position of assistant Cantor to the famous Cantor Rut man in Poltavo. Later Cantor Kantor become cantor in Bielo Tzerkov. and in Kolo. During the world war he came to the United States where he served as the Cantor of the Sfardishe Shul of Boston, and the Beth Midrash Hagodol in Pittsburgh. Pa. For the past eleven years he has served as the Cantor of the Cleveland Jewish Center with whom he is now connected. During that time he has composed a large number of liturigical numbers and folk songs. He is the possessor of a rare tenor voice and a falsetto that has evoked enthusiasm from his hearers. A very nominal sum is being charged for admission to the Synagogue for this important program. What will be one of the nicest afI fairs of the current season is the Purim card party for the benefit of it.s Talmud Torah fund that is beIng sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox 1 Congregation next Tuesday evening February 27th. The affair will be held at the Synagogue 1545 S. W. Third street and will begin at H o'clock. Purim godies and old fashioned "Haman Tasiien" will be serv1 ed during the evening. Purim novelties will be awarded for high I scores. In charge of arrangement.is a committee headed by Mrs. Philip Berkowitz who is being asted by Mrs. J. Louis Shochel. The public Is urged to attend. Beth David Supper Sunday Next Sunday evening. Februarj 125th. beginning at 8 p. m. Beth :' Slsti rhood will celebrate annual Purim Dinner at tl i urant when a pro•. tainmenl Inclui • i by Rabbi Max si.. and and mui. numbers by Cantor Louis Hayi and 11 adlni bj Ji i (ireenben n 111 b pi sented. In ch irge oi menls Is Mrs. J. Eugler. chairman, and Mesdames II Oliphant L Levins, L. Hartz, Louis Hayman, Sol Schwartz, n. Raj vis, H. M< Sol. Greif, B. Kandle. H. Libcnr.au Mid Harry Markowitz. The door committee consists ol Me dames Isidor Fine and M. J. Kopelowii/. Reservations may be made will member of the committee. CHARITY BALL SOON An important meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jevish Welfare Bureau was held last week and announcement was made that the annual Charily Ball of the organization will be held at Ihe Blackstone Hotel on Sunday evening March 18th. Full details will appear in an early issue. 'Announcements! j CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodoi) Jll Wanhinirton Ave.. Miami Ueach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Early services begin at 5:30 with the late serlvces at 8 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach on "The Purity of Religion." Cantor Boris Schlachnian wil chant the services. SaturIday morning services begin at 8:30 and the Rabbi will preach on the portion of the week in Yiddish. Wednesday evening Purim will be ushered in at 7 p. m. when the Meglllah will be read. Thursday morning services will begin at 8 a. m. Saturday afternoon immediately after Mincha the Rabbi will conduct his usual daily Ayin Yaakov class. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi A Sabbath Dinner will be given at Kaplan Hall Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The time for the service •i 30 in order to the guests an opportunity to remain r the whole evening, a:, been preoccasion and Dr. Kappeak on What Makes a Sabbath Meal." Reservamade through the ofPemple, or by calling Mil 22158. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION rConaarvatl**) 111 N. W. Third Avrnua MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Beach Shul To Hold Benefit Early services begin at 5:30 p. m. with the late services at 8 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach on Does Religion Advance or Retard Civilization?" The usual congregational singing and chanting will be dneeled by Cantor L. Hayman. Saturday morning the Rabbi will speak in Yiddish on the portion of the week. The Junior Congregation will meet at 10:30 Wednesday night Purim will be ushered in at 8 p. m. when the Megillah will be read. Thursday morning services will begin at 8 a. m. chosen 3rd vice president of the Senior group. A dinner dance and banquet at the Jefferson David Hotel was one of the social features of the two day conference. The second annual Yiddish theatrical performance to be presented by Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach, will be given at the Ida M. Fisher High School Auditorium Sunday evening March 4th beginning at 8:30 p. m. The committee in charge selected the well known and popular Yiddish character actor Joseph Kaminsky of New York to star in the three act comedy "Mendel Fun Galicia." a portrayal of life as only can be presented In the Yiddish language. In the company are the well known artists Joseph Greenberg, Harry Greenberg, Harry Sose. M. Safer. Lena Friedland. and the little Jean Frank. Out of town actors appearing are Miss Nina Seiderman and Julius Feinberg. The show is replete MIWll JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox I IMS S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Early services begin tonight at 5:30 p. m. with the late services at 8:30 when the Rabbi will preach on "The Importance of a Name." Saturday morning service begins at 9 a. m. Mincha will begin at. 5 p. m. with the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv services following. Purim will be celebrated Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. when the Megillah will be read. Thursday morning services begin at 8 a. m. with musical numbers sung by members of the company to the accompaniment of local musicians. The proceeds are to be used for the Talmud Torah fund of the congregation.



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HMMM Page 6 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 23 Pull details of the hearing accorded last Friday morning to Merlin's Kosher Market al Miami Beach, at the request ol Merlin, by Rabbi Rosenlboom and members ol the Kashrus committee, will be published in our nexl Issue; teslmony of the witnesses and the decision of the Rabbi and committee, it any. will appear al that time • a • A special program has been prepared tor the children of Temple Israel Sunday morning, March 4th, and a mask ball for all the children and their litile friends will be held at Temple Israel Sunday afternoon at 3 30. Miss Viola Belasco and the Miami Academy ol Art will send some of their talented pupils to take part in the program. • • Sunday morning March 4th. in celebration of Purim the children of Beth David will celebrate at a masquerade party In the Talmud Torah when prizes will be awarded for the best costumes. • • • Mrs. s. J. specter entertained last Tuesday afternoon In honor of her daughter. Mrs. Sarah Baron ol Boston. Ma.-who is spending the winter in Miami. Tinhome was beautifully decorated for the event and following bridge a delicious .salad co served. Prizes for high scores were awarded to Mrs A. E Rosenthal. MiSS Helen Parkas and Miss Eleanor FOX Orlando. Fla. I'I A', 1\>, AT THE T1VOLI THEATRl Radio Synagog Rabbi 8, M Machtei, founder and director ol the Radio Synagog, will pn .1 h ovi • % %  radio station WIOD al ten o'clock Sunday morning on "The Lesson of Purim, Luck Versus LOV( %  In addition to the sermon there wii be prayers, scripture reading, and a question box. FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN KASHRUS AND KOSHER MEATS Because ol recent developments In Miami Beach. I deem it my -acred duty to advise the Jewish public ol Miami and Miami Beach. ;lIKl particularly those who desire t o obtain kosher meats, that for the K years "Dawn's Kosher Mar, kef has been under my daily supervision and observance. That during .„„,, time both locally killed tt nd 0UI o. .own I, el has been br0UgW m. 01 whose kashrus there ever been the 1 %  < doubt. Which I hereby certify and vouch lor. Because of the Jewish law that .,, for al Hast three years has never been doubted has a "Chazoko" for Kashrus. and because of impersonal knowledge and observation, 1 advise the entire public thai the two Stores, one In Miami and one 111 Miami Beach operated by Damn's Kosher Market" Is strictly kosher for the mosl exacting thai it is under my constant sonal supervision, •Signed 1 Rabbi B. D Me n l the concert tagc and the Metropolitan Opera, whose magnificent voice has thrilled music lovers of every continent, will appear in three concerts .it DEAUVILLE BEACH CASINO On the Ocean at 67th St., Miami Beaeh Sat. Sun. Mon. Feb. 24th 25th 26th One appearance each evening Dinner and Concert $S. For reservations Phone "Bruno" 5-2981 AN EVENING OK MUSIC AND LITERATURE Sunday. February 25th x P. M. AI Beth Jacob Congregation MIAMI BEACH l %  RABBI PINC1 A.TEITZ OF LATVIA and CAM OK A. KANTOR ()! CLEVELAND IAS MEATS AM) mi!TRY r.i'\ i I:>M : S. MALTER or MONTICELLO, V Y.i Kosher Meat and Poultry Market ;:,-. WASHINGTON WEN! I: MIAMI BEA( II \ DEPARTMENT OF SAMETS KOSHER MARKET r E t SE ONI 1 nil FINES] Ql Al II V STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS SHIPPED FROM SWIFT & CO. 1 } KOSHER P] AM AT HARRISON N J.. AND FROM UNITED DREl : I BEEF CO OF NEW YORK CITY delivered within 36 hours after shipment; reaching us Sunday. Wednesday and Fridaj ol ea h week, accompanied by letters from the Mashgichlm and prominent Rabbis. W" REV. 1. J. 8IMONHOFF. whose reputation as „ 1;111 of ,,. lirnin(f and piety is unexcelled is our steady maahgiach We are proud to he under Hie supervision of RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM OF BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. MIAMI BEACH Your inspection and patronage Ls solicited PHONE 5-3512 ....... „, FREE DELIVERY AMAZING GOLDEN l{ PREVENT! BLOW-OUT! Silvertowns Now Give I Months of Extra Miles I At uruelling speeds on the | world's fastest track Goodrich Silvertown, with the Life-Saver Golden Ply, lasted S times as lontf as first (mality tires that did not have this feature. These SILVERTOWNS mwblew —because the Life-Saver Golden Ply resists heal, the cause of blow-outs. No extra cost for this protection. _. ^sno 0^1 *&L *SGoodrich SilvertoMrnl WITH LIFE-SAVER Q0LDEN Pi'[ PALLOT TIRE CO. N. E. 2nd Ave., Cor. 23rd S l Phone 3-1266 "FAIR DEALING MADE ME"



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Id.iy. February 23, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN SOCIETY ... I Girls' Division of the Y. M. Si hi os.se r brother and .sister in law A. held their installation of of!is at the clubrooms of the orzation last Sunday night with l(!;i Knttlcr past president actas the Installing officer. MLss ii Leavitt, the new president, ;.nded in a brief talk and tfM-.^i'd the members for thensupport d pledged an active program M'ir coming year. During the eAii). the Misses Esther Cromer fl Shirley Wallach entertained, f^ftumu which refreshments were iannual Purim Ball of Beth el wil be held at the Mahi Temple on Tuesday evening, Cli 6th. Full details will appear ext week's issue. and Mrs. Max D. Brown of htic city, N. J., are spending weeks with Mr. Brown's paMr and Mrs. Charles Brown of goward. Fla. • • • and Mrs. H. M. Drevich en|ned for their son-in-law's paMr and Mrs. L. W. Bernard Doklyn. N. Y.. last Sunday cve| The Bernards are stopping at ilack.stone Hotel Miami Beach. Sir party are Mr. and ; ol Mrs. Bernard, and Mrs. Schwartz a sister of Mrs. Bernard, all of Broklyn. N. Y. The party will remain here for an extended stay, with the exception of Mr. Bernard who left for home because of busii i engagements The unveiling of the tombstone to tin' memory of the late i. EUsenstein, prominent communal worker and founder of the chesed She! Ernei will take place a! the Jewish Section of the Woodlawn Cemetery next Sunday evening February 25th. beginning at 3 p. m. All members oi the Chevra Kadisha, the Chesed She! Ernes and friends of the family are urged to attend. Followim; these ceremonies the tombstone to the memory of the late M. Wexler. son-in-law of the late Mr. Eisenstein. will be unveiled in the same cemetery. • • • Regular games of singles and doubles are played at the Biscayne Fronton nightly, and additional features were added. The featured attractions are the singles championship, with the champions of various nations competing against each other. Mir. American; Llano. Cuban; Mrs. Goyo, Spain: Eciievana. Argentine: Esquivel, Peru: Hernandez. Mexico: Antonia, challenger. The other I eat lire Is the doubles championship, for a purse of $100. offered by the management. The Page g I % White Oak Leather |Half Soles 50c LAl)ii:s HEELS 15c i LJOLOLJ151 St ZSC11 AH EEER GARDEN z> Luncheon ^o< 40* 50^ 7„ seph M. Pine yi'NEIt.M. I>IKK( TOR Associated With Philbrick uncral I Ionics FHONL'S 2-3456—5-3311 COMBS FUNERAL SEKVICE a ti<:i denominational institution, serving all classes and •rci its. The family is assured perfect conformation t<> the rituals of each church or lodge. Wi: ARE NOW NDER THE SUPERVISION OF ItAKm DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM BETH JACOB CONG., MIAMI BEACH and RABBI II. I). MENDEL BETH ABRAHAM CONG., MIAMI I IF YOU REALLY WANT I KOSHER .MEATS AND POULTRY WHY GUESS? BUY FROM DAUMS KOSHER MEAT AM) POULTRY MARKET i. .ami 159 N. W. 5th St. Ihone 3-1420 Miami Beach 428 Collins Ave. Phone 5-2044 AND BE CERTAIN two teams who swept through all opposition in the eliminations were Hernandez and Llano, Echevarrla and Esquivel. and now they are playing a seven game series, starting Monday night and playing every other nighl until the series is over. Tuesday was base ball night, and Thursday night was sports writers night. Rain or shine, every nlghl except Sunday, the fronton otters elghl games (it fast, hard rough) games .f Jai alai, with banner crowds, as the incoming tourists, having heard ol the game but never havin opportunity to see It, as Miami offers the only fronton open In this country at the present time, flock to the Biscayne • 4 • "Ladies They Talk About.' a Warner Bros, picture will be .shown at the Seventh Avenue Theatre, bringing together a notable cast ol players in addition to the star Barbara Stanwyck. Preston S. Foster, who had important roles m 'Life Begins." -Two Seconds." appears tor the first time as Miss Stanwyck's leading man, while Lyle Talbot, who had a crook role in "Twenty Thousand Yearin Sing Sing" is seen In a .similar part Dorothy Burgess and Lillian Roth, both of whom have been playing leading screen roles, appear in this picture in important parts as fellow prisoners in San Quentin with Miss .Stanwyck. Besides presenting life in the women's ward of a State Penitentiary there is a stirring romance between an evangelist and a woman prisoner, • • A new Marlene Dietrich, different than her millions of screen admirers have ever glimpsed in her previous pictures, will be seen In "The Song of Songs," her new Paramount picture, coming to the Tlvoll Theatre starting Sunday, Miss Dietrich, who hitherto has appeared at a iophlsticated worldly woman, is revealed in her new production as an Innoci nl your country girl ol rare eabuty. who goes to Berlin, and. Jiltt d by a handsome young sculptor, runs the gamut of tragic experience Brian Aherne, referred to by drama critics as the mosl romantic nctor ol hi N< York tagi. makes 1 i reen debul a Ml I Mi I man I l< nt I Atwlll, who has been a tage tar I ir Ixti en years, appears ,iher husband, Alli(iii Sklpworth, Hardle Albright and Freeman also | roles. • Plans for the annual pii Dance and Ball ol the Ladies Auxil: the Miami Jewish Oi thodox Congregation to be held on Tuesdaj evening March 20th at the Mahl Shrine Temple have been id Mrs Tina Kotkln Is chairman in charge ol tht cnminn.ee ol arrangements. Beth David Synagogue announces the continuation ol Its Teacher's training class under the direction of Rabbi Max Shapiro and Stanley c Myers, to meet regularlj week for instruct urn \ .i meeting ol Junior Ha la Wednesday nighl plans for the Joint Junior Hadassah and Council dance to be given at the Car.i Villa next Sunday evening February 25th wi re announced in char i i arrangements is B committee headed by MlSS Manila Mack In addition to the usual floor show additional entertainers will perform during the evening, • • • W.xt Tuesday evening February 27th Junior Hadassah is sponsoring be awarded for high scores and rea bridge for the benefit of the Jewfreshments will be served. i'h National Fund at the William Pi nn Hotel. Miami Beach, with Ml— Ethel Wax chairman of the arMrs L Nurick of New York is the rangements committee. Prizes will house guest of M rs. Nat Berman. pnssnvER Cl FT* to y*r RELATIVEJond FRIEND* ut USSR. (RUSSIA) F A.SSOVER is an occasion during which one's thoughts are centered on relatives and friends. Your relations in the Soviet Union may be conveniently included in your Passover gift plans through Torgsin. A TORGSIN ORDER will enable your friends and relatives in Soviet Russia to buy imported or domestic merchandise of the best quality, sold at all Torgsin Stores. The TORGSIN chain of retail stores giving prompt and efficient service is now extended to every city in the USSR. Torgsin prices compare favorably uith those in the United States for similar goods. Torgsin Stores carry an amazing variety of merchandise: food, clothing,linen, cotton and silk materials, knit goods, shoes, household utensils, toilet articles, etc. Here are a few gift suggestions for the holidays: Men's shoes 3.70 Rubles Men's suits 7.50 Women's shoes 3.75 Women's suits 7.30 Children's shoes 1.80 Children's sweaters .60 Kopeks Coffee 1.50 Rubles Flour 12 1 5 Lb.).. .04 Kopeks Sugar '2 1 5 Lb.> .22 Chocolate < 100 gr.) .16 Cigarettes 72 Your local bank or authorized agent will give you the necessary information or send your TORGSIN ORDERS. One of the 1.700 TORGSIN STORES is located near your relatives. General Representative in U. S. A. at AMTORG. 261 Fifth Avenue. New York. N.Y. Spend An Enjoyable PASMOVK K M IRCH '.ntli in IPRIL 8th \t TROTSKY'S sr. WASHINGTON t* E. MIAMI lit \( II Phone 5-2427 for Reservations Which must be made on or before March 15th i For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. 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Friday, February 23, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY b) Ihe JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. 0. Box 2!i?:i Miami. Florida Phone 2-I18:s MHTUKIAL OPPICBSl 6JI S. W. I.'.lh Avrnu* Phon* 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHKT. Editor rl(i:i K. SIKKIilvT. < irrul.lion H., lur CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative i %  tr#d a.Meond chut mattei igjO, HI th I'., i Offic* iii Miami, %  under lha An of March :i. 1879. July 4. Florida. WEST PALM BEACH Page Three THE ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION In telling iti<' world to keep its snout out of the Soviet potato paid, %  Stalin says he has no one particularly In mind. The Japanese, ol course, eat rice. Munlhft Yrar 11.00 12.00 Vol. 7—No. 8 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1934 The Tragedy of The Jewish Youth y NABB1 PINCHA8 M. TEITE Former Member of Latvian Parliament Among the manifold problems iiciii tii the surface by Jewish life reci nl days, there arises the parularly troublesome tragedy of •i.sh youth. What Is youth? What -s Youth, as such, mean to a ople? To me, youth Is the strength and uideur oi a people, n Is the liferve oi i very movemenl In the ImKdiate present, and affords n Hiuie to its future. Youth becomes %  pi' repository for the treasures of people; its to guard and pass on future generations, adding to so treasures its own contribute, Youth becomes the barometer the future of a people, denoting rise or it.-extinction. A study of uth and one can soon forecast the lire of that youth's people. hat does a glimpse into Jewish th ol today disclose'.' Russia, home of a four million Russian ry, rich in Jewish lore and traoas; the cradle for everything £ th while of things Jewish is tochildless, youthless so far as WB jB"s are concerned. Its youth, born Ha Communistic bed. nurses "red" milk breathes "red" air. and is HEdually becoming enmeshed in *Yed" fantastic theories, losing all |£ ties with Jewish traditions and Ish beliefs. Jewish Youth in sia recognizes not its relationship and responsibilities to the Jewish people: it Is strange, carries no relationship and responsibilities to I Jewish people; it Is strange. lea enmity and hatred towards that is holy to Judaism, for !h countless Jews .sacrificed r very lives. Can we expect much i them? Unfortunately, no. They are dead to the Jewish people. ^Bcross the border and we find Ftjand. Germany, Rumania, LithuV Latvia, a somewhat better ap^Bl'aiicc but never the less unable Btt'titi 1 anything definite for Jew%  %  Ife, It., youth, dismayed and ^fcppointcd, faces a bitter "pres^p' ami a still worse "tomorrow," deiing over hamlet and city. loul aim or purpose; and the but potent Anti-Semitism, its • „r e J ild and listen %  I 1U11.S. A cigar, even feet long, has been rolled m Havana for American export. We mast take precautionthat no stowaway politician Is within. Ol Temple Rodoph Sholnlll will give March 1st, at the Tampa Yacht and Countrv Club. Thl mittee In charge ol the dan e sists ol Mrs A, M Wolison. chairman; Mrs. Simon .Marks, co-chairm n Mrs. Harry Cohen. Mrs Manuel Aronovitz. Mrs .Jacob Winner. Mr Jack Swerdlin, Mi? Mack So far the fraternity has had mosl successful year on the campus Perlman, and Mrs M. H. Kisler at the University of Florida, having participated actively in the IntraMural Athletic events of the University. Tampa, Fla. Rabbi Adolph Burner has returned from Orlando where he attended the installation of officers ol Congregation Ohev Sholom. Gainesville oi interest to Miami Jewry Is the news that on Sunday. February 11, l Fraternity at the University of Florida In Gainesville held its annual initiation. Alter an mpresslve ritual ceremony on Sunday evening, the fraternity held it.s Annual Initiation Banquet In the Banquet Hall of the Primrose Grill. Initiated that night were the folMr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittner of 702 East Adalle St.. Tampa, entertained at dinner last Sunday evenlng at their home. Following dinner the guests played cards. Prizes were awarded for high score to Mrs. Jack Swerdlin. Mrs. David Lobell of New York City, and Mrs M H. Kisler. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple will observe Auxiliary Sabbath Friday evening, Feb. 23rd, at 8 p. m Mrs. Henry Brash will give the sermon and Mrs. M H. Kisler. will read the services. • • M: D. RacheLson and Mrs. Chas Jacobs were hostesses at a benefit bridge party recently lor the Temple Guild Sisterhood of Schaaral Zedek at. the home of Mrs Charles Jacobs 4">22 Woodmere Road. Beach Park. • • • Mis. David Fi-enlwi g and David of Bronx. N. Y.. formerly of Tampa are the guests of Mrs. Elscnmother, Mrs. c. Mo.-. Palm Avenue. • • Many reservations have been received from st. Petersburg, Lakeland, and Sarasota for the Purim The children of the Rodoph Sholom Sunday school are rehearsing a Purim play "Daughter of Her People" which will be presented soon. St. Petersburg Friday Eve. at Conn. Bnai Israel. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will deliver a "Purim" sermon The Drama ol Amalek and Israel; a Homiletical Exposition on the Book of Esther A brief address on "Duty" will be delievered by Ely Grossman, who will be confirmed Saturday morning. Refreshments will be Friday nighl and Saturday morning by Mr.-. Lillian Grossman, the Mother Ol 'he continuant. Saturday morning begin at !l O'clock. All tourists are cordially invited. • • • Rabbi Kleinfeld will dedicate next Friday evening to the Judaic coun11, an organisation •>:' youn men. doing charity work • • • Mr. and Mrs A. Sierkese of 1078 14th Ave. No., have as their house guest. Mrs. Moskowitz ol New York City. • • A Purim playlet and Package Dance which the women's auxiliary party i.s being sponsored by Conn Bnai Israel, at 921 9th St. No. on Sunday Eve. March 4th, menu will be served by the Ladies Auxiliary. All members friends and visitors are welcome. • • • The Judaic Council held its regular meeting Monday evening and arrangements completed for their luncheon to be held at the Pennsylvania Hotel. Wednesday afternoon. Feb. 28th. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Sonet;, held its regular meeting last Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Goldberg. Refreshments were served by the hostess. • • • Tonight Sisterhood Sabbath will be observed at Temple Beth El when the invocation will be delivered by Mrs. A. Selinger, the Sabbath services will be read by Mrs. M. Goodkind, and Mrs. Goldsmith; the Sisterhood sermon by Mrs. W. Levy, and the adoration and benediction by Rabbi Rosenblatt. Saturday morning services begin at 10:30 A. M and the Rabbi will preach on Ha portion of the week. • • • The first Get-Together of Jewl-h Young Folks at Temple Beth E! was held yesterday and an interest Ing session was held. • • • Sisterhood of Beth El Temple Is planning a Purim Ball for Wedne da] evening February 28th at 8 p m. and an interesting program wtl be presented, • • • Kabbi Win. H. Rosenblatt spoke on "Music's Aid to Religious Idealism" at the Community Sing at the pit r ia.-t Sunday. • • • Dr. Abram Simon of Washington. D. C. noted Iabbi and former president ot the Central Conference of American Rabbis spent several days here last week