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The Jewish Floridian ( March 9, 1934 )

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^Jewish filariidliiai in !o\. 7—No. 10. 1 LORIDA'S ONLY JEWI SH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRI DAY. MARCH 9, 1934 Price Five Cents Jewish News Cantor Provides J. N. F. Names Around The Fellowship Fund State Director World Tax impairs Chances Refugees Getting Jobs In France Of • Cantor announced estabI Ushment of an [da Cantor fellown 'P %  the Hebrew unlw ralty In Jerusalem In honor ol his wife Pan.Opportunities tor tierSunday. His action followed notifian-Jewish refugees to obtain emcation thai an Eddie Cantor rellov • loyment In France will be seriousship in the .same university had Impaired as a result of a special been endowed by Maurice Weil ol III per cent .surtax on wagei and St. Louis. Maries ol toreii i era gainfully empoyed in France Imposed by the hamber ol Deputies. The measures Irovide that the tax be paid by %  nployers as a means ol relieving kemployment among French citiens. It is generally felt that French nployers will dismiss toreign |orkers in wholesale lots rather lan pay this surtax. i his Is the firsl fellowship or lecture hip ever named for a living comedian, according to Herbert Ask with ol New York, director ol he American Friends ol the Hebrew university in Jen. through whom arrangements were made. At the same time, Mr. Askwlth %  said, .six other fellowships wenen rial Marriages Becoming Popular dowed by prominent citizens Ol New Among Bulgarian Jews Sofia.—Trial marriages have bcpme SO popular among the SephJic Jews of Bulgaria that the |idicial council of the Bulgarian Jbbinate has been obliged to pre. ",.„ providing lor the continual:. pecial marriage license forms | York. Cleveland and Boston at a gathering in the Hollywood Beach hotel. I believe it is the duty ol our people—Americans and Jews every" here t<> assist as best we can in Rabbi David KasachkOff of Jacksonville, Fla.. visited Miami last week end In the Interests of the Jewish National Fund ol which lie ; .i in-; hi :i named director for tates ol Georgia and Florida. While here he was the guest ol Rabbi David i. Rosenbloom ol Miami Beach. Rabbi Kasachkoff who is the Orthodox Rabbi oi Jacksonville received ins training m Palestine where he received his "Smicha' lrom Rabbis Kook and Zonenfeld \r couples seeking to be married n a trial basis. The problem of pal marriages will be one of the rincipal topics on the agenda of he forthcoming congress of Bulirian Jewish communities. iv.iltln Jew Buys 4 Arab Villages In Syria For German-Jewish Refugees ucatlonal work by the many brilliant scholars and young students ; who have been driven out ol Germany." Mr. Cantor said. 'I hop' that the holders of the Ida Cantor j I fellowship and the one bearing my own name may develop into the Einsteins and Pasteurs of the future'' Noted Cantor To Conduct Services I Istanbul.—Four Arab villages In |rria. near the Palestine border, ive been bought for $750,000 by H DJevldruse, wealthy Jew. to setHe German-Jewish refugees who Hive been barred from Palestine. Tcordlng to a report in the Jewish bekly. Akshav. The Arabs living in le.se villages have already begun protest because they will have to Dd other quarters within six lentils, but the purchase was mad) Ith the approval of the French bernment, which holds the manit' Over Syria. The fellowships will provide places on the university stall for young instructors and scientists who will do research work in the laboratories of this institution. | He attended the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is a noted orator. j He will make a tour of the State ol j Florida for the purpose oi reorganizing Zionist societies and to create activity for 'he Jewish national fund. He has received pledges oi cooperation from all Hadassah organization throughout Florida and Georgia. Synagog To Celebrate Siyom At the Insistence ol members and worshippers ol Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. Cantor A Kantor of the Cleveland Jewish center, who has been spending the pas) several month ,,: Miami will chant the servlci the Synagogue at the early am late services tonight and at thi : Vices tomorrow morning. Rev. Kantor appeared in concert vera we< ks ago, and though heard In only two liturgical number.-, created such a furore of enthusiasm that negotiations for chanting ol Frldaj and Saturday services, beginning tonight were immediately begun. Born in Lenin. White Russia, lie received his training with noted cantors and subsequently was graduated from the Imperial Music Institute and the Conservatory ol Mm li at Warsaw In tins country he has occupied the pulpit in large congregations in Boston and Pittsburgh and for the past eleven yean served a.Cantor "i 'he Cleveland Jewish Center, one of the mos! prominent Synagogues m the country. He is the possessor of a splendid tenor voice and is famous lor nie which has earned him prominence in the interpretation ol liturgical numbers. Announcements! CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) HI Wa.hincton Ate., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Early services begin at 6 p. m. with the lato services at 8 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach on "The need of a United Brotherhood in Israel." Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish. Richard Mernit the son of Mr. and MrRalph Mernit of Cedarhurst will be Bar Mitzva and will recite the Haftoro and deliver a brief addresi At the Friday night and Saturda\ morning services Cantor A. Kantor of Cleveland will chant and conduct the services. Welfare Ball To Be Gala Event Ml \.MI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 154 5 S. W. Third Straal JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Early services begin at 6 p. m. with the late services at 8:30 when the Rabbi will preach on "The Judge on Trial." The usual chanting and congregational singing will be enjoyed. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha followed by Shalosh Saudah and Ma;\riv at 5.30 p. m. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (ConaerratlT*) 139 N. W. Third Arenoe MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Th' Siyom Hatorah for the Safer Torah to be presented to the Mian:: Jewish Orthodox Convention will be held at the Synagogue on Sunday evening March 18th beginning promptly at 8 o'clock. The traditional ceremonies will be observed with all the Rabbis of the Greater Auxiliary Plans Passover Dance The annual Pre-Passover dance sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary o fthe Miami Jewish Orthodox Con< Btion wiil be held at the Main Shrine Temple on Biscavne Blvd. at Fourteenth street. Tuesda' nlng March 20th. The hall will be With stars of the local night dubs In attendance an evening of unusual entertainment will be offered to those attending the seventh annual Ball of the Jewish Welfan Bureau to be held at the Blackstone Hotel Sunday evening Man h 18th. A buffet supper will be served to all the guests from 9 to 1(1 p. m. and dancing will follow in the mam ballroom and the terrace ol the hotel with two dance orchestras continually playing. The funds obtained lrom the Charity ball are to be used lor the welfare work ol the Bureau which us now in its twelfth year ol existence and which IIIUSI raise land:, lor itsell this yeai because <>t the non-functioning ol Early services begin at 6 p. m. with the late services at 8:15 when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "The Ethical and Spiritual Ideals of Sholom Asch's Masterpiece 'Three Cities'." Cantor Hayman and his choir will chant the services. Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach a sermon in Yiddish. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Raform) 1S7 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi Jewish Doctors Left Berlin Since Nazis Came Into Power %  Berlin.—Since the Nazis came into H*IT. 284 Berlin doctors, most of Hem Jews, have emigrated, accordHK to incomplete figures. Similarly %  complete figures reveal that 128 Hlysicians from the rest of Cleranv have gone to Other countries, rangemenls is a committee consistplcted m the booth and the cosevent, the emigrating doctors from Ing ol Philip Berkowitz, chairman, tumes of the attendants. Passovei %  >: to Rabbi Julius Washer M.ax Rappagoodies will be served at the variance. 22 to England and 30 to port. Milton Weiner. Max Mintzer. oils booths by the committee in %  her non-European lands. Smallci Joseph Greenberg, II. M. Drevich. charge. Mrs. T. Kotkin is chairman ning including the supper will be Himbers went to Switzerland. Italy, A Tourists committee cooperating ol the general committee. A minionly $2.50 per person. Mis. Bertha H?a>n. Austria. Czechoslovakia. Powith the local committee consists ot her 0 f stage and screen stars ol the B. Levy is chairman ol the women's Hlid. Scandinavia. Finland .the HalMessrs. A. Jacobs tormerly of Al Creator Miami area will be precommittee aiding in arrangements Hui.s and Luxembourg. lanta. L. Grossman of Quincy. Mass„ sented during the evening to enmid she Is being assisted by MesM. Weinstock. of Rockaway Park, tertaln the guests A number ol visdames Isaac Levin. J. A. Richter. J. RADIO SYNAGOG | L. Grudsky of St. Louis, and M. Iting tourists are aiding the comSimpson and Meyer Schwartz. Mrs |Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and Rosenbloom of Butler. Pa. Repremittee. Lena Simon is in charge of publicRegular Friday night services begin at 8:15. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermon Is "Good Hearted and Wise Hearted." Children's services will be conducted in Kaplan Hall at the same time. Miami area participating in th< program. Arthur Brisbane, noted especially decorated with the Pass the Community chest of which it la columnist will be the guest speaker, over motif predominating and a member. Mr. Stanley C. Myers U An orchestra will provide the trascenes ol Jewish historical events chairman of the arrangements comditlonal music. In charge ol arol the Passover scene will be demittee in charge of this annual Two hundred tickets have been donated by the management Ol the Blackstone Hotel In order to aid the cause. Tickets lor this < % %  : iBeth Jacob To Hold Dance %  rector ol the Radio Synagog. will tenting the Ladies Auxiliary is a The proceeds ol this dance which %  each over radio station WIOI) at %  n o'clock on Sunday morning on Hlfe'8 Highest Objective'. In addiHpn to the .sermon there will be HjB.vers, music, scripture reading, Hjd a question box. ity for this affair. Because of the fact that it is the committee composed of Mrs. Ida is an annual event is to defray the Bucksteln. chairman. Mrs. P. Berkdeficit caused the organization by only annual event sponsored by the owitz. Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum. the nonpayment of tuitions in the j organization, every effort is being Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mrs. N Talmud Torah it supports by those made to have all residents and tourAdelman. Mrs. J. L. Shochet and unable to otherwise provide a reLsts now in the Greater Miami area Mrs. S. Tannenbaum. ligious training for their children. I attend this gala ball. What promises to be one of the gala affairs of the current season is the annual dance of Beth Jacob Congregation and Sisterhood at the Floridlan Hotel Sunday night March 11th. Noted entertainers of this area will appear during the evening to entertain the guests and novelty features will be added during the entertainment. The affair which is an annual event is being held to raise funds for the upkeep of the Talmud Torah of the Synagogue. Dancing will be enjoyed until a late hour. Among those assisting in the arrangements are M B. Frank, Cantor Boris Schlachman and officers of the Sisterhood. lria if ..I



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riday. March 9, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three IHE JEWISH LORIDIAN l'l HI.ISH KI> EVERY FRIDAY b> ihc IEWISII Fi.nitilHAN PUBLISHING CO. P. (). Ho* 2973 liami, Florida Phone 2-1183 of whom regard the rabbinate as a vocation ju.st as they would the !i''i -, rid class mutter July 4. |ii:ii. nt the Past Office at Miami. Florida. Ii.I, r the Art .if March I, 1ST'.'. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION III Mi, Mill'. hm. Yrar 11.on $2.00 Vol 7—No. 10 FRIDAY, MARCH !. 1934 food For Thought Particularly In view oi the conUHHXI appeals In this section for lie support ol Veshivas and instiptions ol learning, and particularbecause oi the tad thai tiie ropean Institutions produce only ibbL we reprlnl the following litorial appearing in ;i recenl U Of the Jewish Times We should )preciate comments <>i our readen FEEBLE CHURCHES The Institute (il Social and Rejlous Research has Issued a report the Protestant churches of the Dmitry winch should prove of equal merest and Importance to the rnagogues of America, loi the conations touched upon by the report II obtain in the Jewish communAn over-abundance ol "super|ious" ministers and of "feeble lurches" has resulted In a lowerel the standards ol the nnnis. the report emphasizes The ficultlea ol the situation are enmced by the fact that many com%  unities, not wishing to pay the pmparatively higher salaries of i'd ministers, are utilising the vices of men who have not gradI rom seminaries. The report i lust as well have been wrltw about the Jewish congregations, hundreds ol communities the ^Blarics oi the ordained rabbis have irn so drastically cut as to reduce en their sell-respect to the milliIUIII Inevitably, even perhaps II consciously, there has been a Lsennu' ol respect for rabbis whose Some has been so sharply revised wnward. Every week another conBgatlon finds itself unable to llntain a rabbi, even though in eir private lives the members of congregation probably lose more cards each week than would be luired for a minister's salary The Bering of the morale of the en'<• Jewish community is apparent a result of these unfortunate editions. It Is a problem just as Irious to the life of American ^wry as many ol Uie foreign probIU about which American leaders |itate lor months at a time and an which they spend tens of %  ousands of dollars. In the meanbe, the Jewish theological semikrie.s of the country ought to close ^eir doors, unless they are preparto assign some of their substanM endowment funds to the mainfiance ol graduates unable to find kployment. Otherwise, these somiUies are ruining the lives ol BCOrei young men. many of whom are kaUstlcally motivated and many We applaud most heartily the derision oi i he Prussian Ministry of Agriculture forbidding the use by German farmers ol the tuberculin for livestock thai wa. perfected by Dr. Fran/ Friedinann. on the '.•.round thai its inventor is a Jew. If the Nazis are going to be anti-Semitic, they should refuse to avail themselves ol everything in i hi' slightest Jewish in origin. We would urgently recommend that all "ood Hitlerites avoid the use ol Paul Bhrlich's salvarsan and Oscai Minkowskl's Insulin, in fact, ii they are to remain true to the patriotism oi Hitler, they should avoid all physicians in Germany Influenced by Robert Barany, Otto Meyerhoff. Otto Warburg and Karl Lancisteiner .the Nobel Prize winners, or by any oi the German Jewish physiologists, pathologists, neuropathists, bacteriologists, dermatologists, oto1 logists. ophthalmologists and other specialists whose names abound in German medicine. A good Nazi should resist Jews even to the death, it Isn't very polite to ound blood-thirsty, bin we enjoy the cl oi a Nazi Germany unable %  ii avail Itsell oi the genius ol Jews m medicine We have the iceling that the action Ol the Prussian Ministry ol Amu nil lire may have re uits tar more Interesting than protest meetings In Madison Square Qarden. Kashrus, Hechsharim, Etc. We have recently been asked to comment editorially on the local Kashrus situation as regards stores, restaurants and hotels. At this time when products are being shipped into local territory supposedly bearing the hechshar for Passovei oi prominent Rabbis, and actuallj only the labels are being sen! In with the products being prepared locally under no supervision at all with hechsharim being issued or about to be issued by Rabbis oi want to be Rabbis much ma) lie said and should be said. We shall be prepared to editorially comment as soon as our local investigation is completed Hie factwill be exceedingly Interesting. Orlando, Fla. Notes I'urim festivities were Observed by Congregation Ohev Solem. with Rev. B. Safer in charge. At the conclusion of the services a Saudah was held in the vestry rooms of the Synagogue, with M. Ehrlich in charge of preparations Addresses were delivered by Rev. B. Safer. B. J. Cohen, president of the Congregation. Hyman Roth. L. Kamenoff. Ben Segal. L. S. Frankel, Hyman Lieberman, Harry Kanner. and others. Morris Wittenstein was toastmaster A charity bazaar and carnival under the auspices of Orlando Lodge No. 1043. B'nai Brith was held in the vestrv rooms of the Synagogue Wednesday. March 7th. The proceeds from this event were turned over to the local Jewish Charity Board, which takes care of distressed transients and local families. Harry Kottelman is chairman of lhe Orlando Jewish Charity Board. An elaborate program "i entertainment consisting of novelty acU frolics and dancing were part ol thi> evening's events. The Executive Board ol << -at l.,n OheShOlem meets even %  Sunday morning al ui :l m the ante-room ol the Synagogue to consider su offered by the members oi the Congregation, Orlando Lodge No. 1043 Bna: Brith held IK regulai semi-monthly meeting in the vestry rooms ol the Synagogue. Reports lion standing committees were presented. A number of candidate',te:e passed on for membership The initiation will be held ai an early date The Lodge meets on the first and third Tuesday ol every month, Visitors are always welcome. 'I he .Sunday School held then annual Furim party in the vestrj rooms oi the Synagogue on Sunday afternoon. The children were dressed in attractive original costume! and participated In games. Refreshments were served lo the children and their parents Gainesville Notes Announcement habe, n made by 'he Registrar 0 fthe University o! Florida thai Tau Epsilon Phi. national Jewish social fraternity, ranke fidrsl In scholarship of the twenty-five Greek letter fraterm lies on the campus lor the first semester of 1933-34. The individual members of the society are also outstanding In their excellent scholastic work. Tau Epsilon Phi is well represented m membership in Phi Eta Sigma, national freshman honorary soil ty, having four Ol Its member in the society Mot only i.this fraternity leading in schoalrshlp, bin it is also amor. 1 ; the Naders m inlramural athletic competition. At the present Mine, ihc fraternity Is In seventh place and is now in the semi-finals Of the volleyball tournament, which it is favored to win. Last Wednesday evening Temple Beth El celebrated I'urim. The Sisterhood under Mrs. Goodklnd's direction prepared a buffet supper Miss Eva Radzinski directed "A Night In Normand" and Rabbi Rosenblatt presented the children oi i he Religious School in "A Sick Purim." Mr. Bert Goldberg also gave some line dramatic monologues. On Monday. Junior Beth El. an organization of young Jewish men and women now visiting in the city had an organizational meeting. Last Friday Rabbi Win. H. Rosenblatt spoke on "Hitler's Challenge to Religion." Tonight he will speak on "The Romance of A People." Rabbi Wm. H. Rosenblatt has been appointed by the Jewish Welfare Board to minister to the Jewish boys at the U. S. Veterans Hospital located near St. Petersburg. Plans now are being formulated for a musicals and also preparations are Ix'ing made for a Community Seder by Beth Fl Temple THE 3i An imperial princess a: once mocked a the mlsgrown Rabhua ben Chananlah wi h these word-: "A rich kernel of wisdom in an ugly shell!" The Rabbi I hereupon asked In i .' here her fathei' wine was pre• i\ed • in earthen ild the princess. "How?" -aid the Rabbi •should no' an emperor have hi wine preserved m -olden casks. 1 '' The princess admitted this, and caused her slaves to empty the wlm into golden jars. In a short | turned sour. "You have given mi bad advice." she -aid to I he Rabbi when she met hun again. He replied: "Ii wa:. inly a: -\wr lo your mockery a rich kernel of wisdom in an lmly shell that I may be enabled to go to the footbal mlatch." "Certainly." said Abie, "and hen is half a crown for spending money Student what would you advise me to read alter i have completed coin-" and graduated, professor? Professor i would suggest the Help Wanted page. In a small .southern town, a Jew decided the best thing for him would be to become a convert to Methodism. When he went to tin minister i,„ the conversion ceremony, -in pastor said "What name do you want to adopt as a Methodist?" John Wesley," was the immediate reply. "John Wesley!" the astounded pastor exclaimed. "Why that name? He was 'lie lounder of our sect?" Entirely unabashed, the convert explained: "It's this way. My name now iJacob Warshawsky and if I call myself John Wesley I won't have to change the initials embroidered on my shirts, pajamas and handkerchiefs." I,it tie Abie, the office boy. cann ".in Goldbaum'S private Office and said: "I want io go to the football match this afternoon." Goldbaum arose and said "Look here, my lad. I don't mind you going to the loot ball game, but you must be polite. Let me show how I would ask permission tO go, ll I weie the Office boy and you I In employer Please sit down in my chair." little Abie did so and Goldbaum went out and came back into tin "Please, sir," he -aid to his office boy, "would you be so kind to allow me half a day's lea." Meyer Finkelbaum was brought up in a very scvcrly Orthodox home but his lather occasionally permitted him to go to the movies. On out visit to the local theatre the feature was Walt Disney's famous "Three Little Pigs." In the middi. oi the picture ten-year-old Meyei got up and walked out. Curious ti know why a youngster should leave before the picture was over. the "i questioned Meyer: "What's the matter; don't you like the picture!" "Oh. the pictures all right, but I don't like the cast." Meyer declared. Tampa, Fla. Notes Sorrel WOlfson, -on ol Mr. and MrA. M. Wolfson, was elected King Achifshvarus, and Adrieni Blumberg, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Max Blumberg, was elected Quei n Esther ol the Purim carnival conducted by the Ladies Auxiliary ol Rodoph Sholom Temple last sunJay evening. Preceding 'he coronation ceremony there was a program which included the following numbers Recitation by Lionel Elozor.v piano solo by Rosalie Biichman: story oi i'urim bj Zelda Elozory; vocal solo by Eleanor Rosenthal accompanied by Sylvia Stoun: piano selection by Edith Elozory and Jeanno'le Weiss, vocal solo Liba 8 vocal solos Mr. Sam Verkauf. accompanied by Miss Helen Arono'. ii/. A Purim play "A Daughter of Her People'' was presented by Margie Segal. Roberta Marks. Bernice Feltlman. Phil Haimovitz. and Irving Peckett. The play was directed by Miss Mickie Lubetsky. Candies and cookies were presented to the children by the Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple, the Queen was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers and the King with a gift. Manuel Aronovitz, A. R. Berger, and B. J. Finman. Willie Osier was Bar Mitzva a: services Friday evening and Saturday morning at Rodoph Sholom temple. Willie Oster is the son of Mr, and Mrs. M. Oster of this mThe temple Guild Sisterhood ol Schaari Zedek observed their birthday with a party Wednesday evening at which time they honored their charter members. VI a meeting of the Fine Arts Club of ihc Y. M. H. A. recently Mr. Adolph Weil was elected presideni. Miss Mary Rosen was named via president, Miss Ida c.utkin. secretary, and Miss Florence Steinberg. treasurer, Three members at la who will serve with the officers as ihc executive council are Mr. Inn. Salsbury, Meyer stoun. and Sam Verkauf. The Men's club of Rodoph Sholom Temple met last Wednesday at tin temple when election of officers took place. Mr. Fred Perlman was ele ( led president. Dr. I. Einbeinder. vice president, and Mr. Alex Bokor. -.i rretary-tii asurer. The board of directors consists of Rabbi Adolph Burger, David Stein, M. G. Rosenberg. Louis Gordon. Mr. I. Levy of Charlottesville. Va. is the guest of Ills sister and brother in law Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wolfson. Mrs. Simon Marks. Miss Sadie Bilfield. Mrs. L. S. Augustine, and Mr. Chas. Cohen left on a motor trip to Miami and the East Coast. Asks Holland Prohibit Nazi Storm Troopers The Hague.—In a series of writ ten questions to the minister of justice. Senator Henry Polak. prominent Jewish leader, has demanded that the ivvo shirted armies of the Dutch National Socialists be prohibited. Senator Polak charges that these private armies endanger public order in Holland. i iria of id



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IJHV, March 9, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN SOCIETY PLAYING AT THE T1VOLI III1M H! ii XUB&x.-*.-.-:: : |boui. one hundred and seventyguests attended Uie Purini M ter | brat ion and banquet of friends be Chicago Yeshlva at Trotsky's %  Lurant last Thursday night. Many I. Lipton was toa.stmasand introduced Rabbi Julius ^ftiu'i who delivered the Invocai he principal address of the ing was given by Rabbi David )senblO0m of Miami Beach, an Ai::;; of the mad •rh d: e was Institution who i fervent appeal for funds. resulted in about five hundollars beiim raised. Rabbi i) Oreenberg dean of the ChicagAvlma was heard during the Ing. In charge of arrangements Mr. I. Rabuchin of Chicago, a %  < r visitor to Miami Beach for tne ,,, ten years, and an active dirtc'"' in ihe institution. joldstrom Baking Company 1349 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 52836 rj% Products Are Sold by All Leading Motel Uininn Rooms. Restaurants and Bars in Greater Mian. ASK FOR THEM BY NAME HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN DINNER 60c up COM Its FI'NEKAL SERVICE U a noil denominational institution, srrviiiK all classes and creed-. The family is assured perfei I conformation to the ritul of each church or lodge. White Oak Leather |Half Soles 50c LAM Is IIKKI.S 15c I < LANTIC SH OE SHOP | H E First Ave. 0pp. Cork/ Hold ^>scph M. Fine JUNERAL DIRECTOR Associated With Philbrick %  Lincral I Ionics : %  Mrs. Lena Simon and Mrs. Lillian Friedman will be hostessei ti members and friends of Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter O. E. S. it a card party for the benefit o: the club at the Acacia clubroms In the Congress Hlda. Tuesday evening, March 13th. at 8 p. m Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is urged to attend. • • A board meeting of Junior iiadassah was held and plans for tln'ine. get or earn donoi s dinner to be given the latter pan ol April were submitted. Full details will appi ar In an early Issue. An Important meeting ol the organization will be held at the Ponce de Leon Hotel next Monday evening Mar. 12th at which time an Interesting ogram Will be presented. A social hour will follow and refreshments • %  'ill be served. All members are urged to attend. • • • Junior Council of Jewish Wo.nen will have a Chinese supper party and bridge, under the direction of Bessie Wernikoff March is, at the Tokio Garden. A musical .evue and many prizes will be given. Mae Levine and Ruth Mannis will assist the chairman. A membership party Is planned for March lil with Mane Reichman m charge. The council met at the Beth David Talmud Torah Tuesday. All future meetings will take ?lace at Beth David. • • • A gala concert by the Beach Progressive League will be held Sunlay evening March 11th. 1934 at I IS p. m. at the Ida Fisher High School Auditorium, featuring Canii r Louis Hayman and his Choir, isslsted by a splendid cast of art..s. As an added attraction, there will appear Mina Kiss, lyric soprano. .'.ill known abroad and in New York. She has been the pupil i nany noted masters here and ald. Her program for Sunday will "Vlssi, D'arte" from To.%  "Irees" by Joyce Kelmer. and I, Amour Ton jours L'Amour I).. Friml. Patronize A MIAMI PRODUCT! Orange Crystals STRICTLY KOSHER iAsk your Rabbi' FOR WASHING DISHES lty Hand or Machine Williams Chemical Company .139 N. K. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-3520 Constance Bennett in "After Tonhjht" An evening ol beautiful and artistic entertainment is assured to all who will be present • • Sunday evening March 25th the Woman's Club of the Workmen' Circle ill present the noted Yiddish Stage artists Zelda Slatlr. an I Maxim Borodin in a concert al Beth David Talmud Torah Ass: ing these artist will be the we I known actor Victor Pecker Theartists are now completing a tout Ol the United States and Canada and have been acclaimed as outstanding artists wherever they have appeared. • • • Jai Alai as played out at the Bis cayne Fronton is becoming more and more popular every day as evidenced by the increasing attendance nightly Acknowledged as the fastest game in the world. Jal Alni keeps the patrons m suspense ever] minute ol the play and affords •• thrilling and exciting evening ol entertainment. Champions of south American and European countries contest strenuously every night for '.he honors Single.-, doubles and triples game.give the sport fans the opportunity to see their lavorltes in varied action during the evening. The prizes in the ageiil have been exceptionally large recetnly because ol the upsets ol fa orites. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach will be the ru< speaker ai the Friday evening Ol Beth El Cong Wesl Palm Beach Friday evening March Kith At a Hoard meeting ot the Miami chapter ol Senioi Hadassah plans were announced for a large benefi partj lor the organization at Miami Peach Tuesday alternoon March 20. the exact place to be announced in our next Issue. A general meeting it the chapter will be held on next Monday March 12th at. the Acacia Clubrooms in tlie Congress Bldg. In which all members and friends are invited. Special entertainment will be provided at the social hour which Will follow the business meeting. 1 FjrafafgrarajErHrajzjzfgfafairirzre rard^^ AmrrKdi tjnirst RED CROSS DRUG DEPARTMENT 1STORE SIF Flaglrr GREATER VALUES iRIiIiIiIiIiS2SSIUEIEIiI2IiIiSSIEIdf2Sini2IiRIiTVU2IZniniiI2J^ The NRA Blue Eagle parade will be held Monday evening March 12. ct 7. p. m. from the west end of Flagler street bridge down Flagler Street to Bay front park where a mass meeting Will be held. Fraternal, civic and business organizations are participating to make thi affair a success. A reviewing stand ai Flagler street near N. E. Third avenue will be occupied by State. County and City officials. • • Claude epper of Tallahassee a candidate for the United States Senate began his tour of the Stale with a series of addresess in Western Florida in which he outlined his purposes Ol serving the people ol the state actively and progressively, stressing the needs of reforestation and fisheries m West Florida. He attacked the record ot the incumbent Senator Trammel and challenged the friends of the present Junior senator to show any i constructive accomplishments during his term of office. Mr. Pepper will be heard locally soon. • • • Devotional services over station WQAM every Wednesday morning from 7:45 to 8 a. m. are being conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David who is being assisted by Cantor Louis Hayman and Beth David Choir. Adulla 20i Children 10c Hoi Of fie. opens (i:30 p.m. Sunday Plume 2-tij.i 1 Evenings 20c Sun.-M. n.. March 11-12— LEE TRACY MAE CLARK "Turn Back The Clock" Shopping <" U.S.S.R. (RUSSIA) T ORGSIN STORES ore veritable treasure houses filled with excellent domestic and imported merchandise. Your relatives in Russia can see the articles placed on shelves or displayed on counters, and select whatever they desire. Do your folks in the Soviet Union wish to buy a new suit or dress? A courteous sales personnel helps them in their choice, ready-made or to order. 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Miami, Fla
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March 9, 1934

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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^Jewish filariidliiai in
!o\. 7No. 10.
1 LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRI DAY. MARCH 9, 1934
Price Five Cents
Jewish News Cantor Provides J. N. F. Names
Around The Fellowship Fund State Director
World
Tax impairs Chances
Refugees Getting Jobs
In France
Of
Cantor announced estab-
I Ushment of an [da Cantor fellow-
n'P the Hebrew unlw ralty In
Jerusalem In honor ol his wife
Pan.- Opportunities tor tier- Sunday. His action followed notifi-
an-Jewish refugees to obtain em- cation thai an Eddie Cantor rellov
loyment In France will be serious- ship in the .same university had
Impaired as a result of a special been endowed by Maurice Weil ol
III per cent .surtax on wagei and St. Louis.
Maries ol toreii i era gainfully em-
poyed in France Imposed by the
hamber ol Deputies. The measures
Irovide that the tax be paid by
nployers as a means ol relieving
kemployment among French citi-
ens. It is generally felt that French
nployers will dismiss toreign
|orkers in wholesale lots rather
lan pay this surtax.
i his Is the firsl fellowship or lec-
ture hip ever named for a living
comedian, according to Herbert
Ask with ol New York, director ol
he American Friends ol the He-
brew university in Jen.
through whom arrangements were
made.
At the same time, Mr. Askwlth
said, .six other fellowships wen- en
rial Marriages Becoming Popular dowed by prominent citizens Ol New
Among Bulgarian Jews
Sofia.Trial marriages have bc-
pme SO popular among the Seph-
Jic Jews of Bulgaria that the
|idicial council of the Bulgarian
Jbbinate has been obliged to pre- .
",. providing lor the continual:.
" pecial marriage license forms |
York. Cleveland and Boston at a
gathering in the Hollywood Beach
hotel.
I believe it is the duty ol our
peopleAmericans and Jews every-
" here t<> assist as best we can in
Rabbi David KasachkOff of Jack-
sonville, Fla.. visited Miami last
week end In the Interests of the
Jewish National Fund ol which lie
; .i in-; hi :i named director for
tates ol Georgia and Florida.
While here he was the guest ol
Rabbi David i. Rosenbloom ol Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Kasachkoff who
is the Orthodox Rabbi oi Jackson-
ville received ins training m Pales-
tine where he received his "Smicha'
lrom Rabbis Kook and Zonenfeld
\r couples seeking to be married
n a trial basis. The problem of
pal marriages will be one of the
rincipal topics on the agenda of
he forthcoming congress of Bul-
irian Jewish communities.
iv.iltln Jew Buys 4 Arab Villages
In Syria For German-Jewish
Refugees
ucatlonal work by the many bril-
liant scholars and young students
; who have been driven out ol Ger-
many." Mr. Cantor said. 'I hop'
that the holders of the Ida Cantor j
I fellowship and the one bearing my
own name may develop into the
Einsteins and Pasteurs of the fu-
ture''
Noted Cantor To
Conduct Services
I Istanbul.Four Arab villages In
|rria. near the Palestine border,
ive been bought for $750,000 by
H DJevldruse, wealthy Jew. to set-
He German-Jewish refugees who
Hive been barred from Palestine.
Tcordlng to a report in the Jewish
bekly. Akshav. The Arabs living in
le.se villages have already begun
protest because they will have to
Dd other quarters within six
lentils, but the purchase was mad)
Ith the approval of the French
bernment, which holds the man-
it' Over Syria.
The fellowships will provide plac-
es on the university stall for young
instructors and scientists who will
do research work in the labora-
tories of this institution.
| He attended the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem and is a noted orator.
j He will make a tour of the State ol
j Florida for the purpose oi reorgan-
izing Zionist societies and to create
activity for 'he Jewish national
fund. He has received pledges oi
cooperation from all Hadassah or-
ganization throughout Florida and
Georgia.
Synagog To
Celebrate Siyom
At the Insistence ol members and
worshippers ol Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, Miami Beach. Cantor A
Kantor of the Cleveland Jewish
center, who has been spending the
pas) several month ,,: Miami
will chant the servlci
the Synagogue at the early am
late services tonight and at thi : -
Vices tomorrow morning. Rev. Kan-
tor appeared in concert vera
we< ks ago, and though heard In
only two liturgical number.-, created
such a furore of enthusiasm that
negotiations for chanting ol Frldaj
and Saturday services, beginning
tonight were immediately begun.
Born in Lenin. White Russia, lie re-
ceived his training with noted can-
tors and subsequently was graduat-
ed from the Imperial Music Insti-
tute and the Conservatory ol Mm li
at Warsaw In tins country he has
occupied the pulpit in large con-
gregations in Boston and Pittsburgh
and for the past eleven yean
served a.- Cantor "i 'he Cleveland
Jewish Center, one of the mos!
prominent Synagogues m the coun-
try. He is the possessor of a splen-
did tenor voice and is famous lor
nie which has earned him
prominence in the interpretation ol
liturgical numbers.
Announcements!
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
HI Wa.hincton Ate., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Early services begin at 6 p. m.
with the lato services at 8 p. m.
when the Rabbi will preach on
"The need of a United Brotherhood
in Israel." Saturday morning the
Rabbi will preach in Yiddish. Rich-
ard Mernit the son of Mr. and Mr-
Ralph Mernit of Cedarhurst will be
Bar Mitzva and will recite the
Haftoro and deliver a brief addresi
At the Friday night and Saturda\
morning services Cantor A. Kantor
of Cleveland will chant and conduct
the services.
Welfare Ball
To Be Gala Event
Ml \.mi JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
154 5 S. W. Third Straal
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Early services begin at 6 p. m.
with the late services at 8:30 when
the Rabbi will preach on "The
Judge on Trial." The usual chanting
and congregational singing will be
enjoyed. Saturday morning ser-
vices begin at 9 a. m. Mincha fol-
lowed by Shalosh Saudah and Ma;\-
riv at 5.30 p. m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(ConaerratlT*)
139 N. W. Third Arenoe
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Th' Siyom Hatorah for the Safer
Torah to be presented to the Mian::
Jewish Orthodox Convention will
be held at the Synagogue on Sun-
day evening March 18th beginning
promptly at 8 o'clock. The tradi-
tional ceremonies will be observed
with all the Rabbis of the Greater
Auxiliary Plans
Passover Dance
The annual Pre-Passover dance
sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary
o fthe Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
< Btion wiil be held at the Main
Shrine Temple on Biscavne Blvd.
at Fourteenth street. Tuesda'
nlng March 20th. The hall will be
With stars of the local night dubs
In attendance an evening of un-
usual entertainment will be offered
to those attending the seventh an-
nual Ball of the Jewish Welfan
Bureau to be held at the Black-
stone Hotel Sunday evening Man h
18th. A buffet supper will be serv-
ed to all the guests from 9 to 1(1
p. m. and dancing will follow in
the mam ballroom and the terrace
ol the hotel with two dance orches-
tras continually playing. The funds
obtained lrom the Charity ball are
to be used lor the welfare work ol
the Bureau which us now in its
twelfth year ol existence and which
IIIUSI raise land:, lor itsell this yeai
because <>t the non-functioning ol
Early services begin at 6 p. m.
with the late services at 8:15 when
Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "The
Ethical and Spiritual Ideals of Sho-
lom Asch's Masterpiece 'Three
Cities'." Cantor Hayman and his
choir will chant the services. Satur-
day morning the Rabbi will preach
a sermon in Yiddish.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Raform)
1S7 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Jewish Doctors Left Berlin
Since Nazis Came Into
Power
Berlin.Since the Nazis came into
H*it. 284 Berlin doctors, most of
Hem Jews, have emigrated, accord-
Hk to incomplete figures. Similarly
complete figures reveal that 128
Hlysicians from the rest of Cler-
anv have gone to Other countries, rangemenls is a committee consist- plcted m the booth and the cos- event,
the emigrating doctors from Ing ol Philip Berkowitz, chairman, tumes of the attendants. Passovei
>: to Rabbi Julius Washer M.ax Rappa- goodies will be served at the vari-
ance. 22 to England and 30 to port. Milton Weiner. Max Mintzer. oils booths by the committee in
her non-European lands. Smallci Joseph Greenberg, II. M. Drevich. charge. Mrs. T. Kotkin is chairman ning including the supper will be
Himbers went to Switzerland. Italy, A Tourists committee cooperating ol the general committee. A mini- only $2.50 per person. Mis. Bertha
H?a>n. Austria. Czechoslovakia. Po- with the local committee consists ot her 0f stage and screen stars ol the B. Levy is chairman ol the women's
Hlid. Scandinavia. Finland .the Hal- Messrs. A. Jacobs tormerly of Al Creator Miami area will be pre- committee aiding in arrangements
Hui.s and Luxembourg. lanta. L. Grossman of Quincy. Mass sented during the evening to en- mid she Is being assisted by Mes-
M. Weinstock. of Rockaway Park, tertaln the guests A number ol vis- dames Isaac Levin. J. A. Richter. J.
RADIO SYNAGOG | L. Grudsky of St. Louis, and M. Iting tourists are aiding the com- Simpson and Meyer Schwartz. Mrs
|Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and Rosenbloom of Butler. Pa. Repre- mittee. Lena Simon is in charge of public-
Regular Friday night services be-
gin at 8:15. The subject of Dr.
Kaplan's sermon Is "Good Hearted
and Wise Hearted."
Children's services will be con-
ducted in Kaplan Hall at the same
time.
Miami area participating in th<
program. Arthur Brisbane, noted especially decorated with the Pass the Community chest of which it la
columnist will be the guest speaker, over motif predominating and a member. Mr. Stanley C. Myers U
An orchestra will provide the tra- scenes ol Jewish historical events chairman of the arrangements com-
ditlonal music. In charge ol ar- ol the Passover scene will be de- mittee in charge of this annual
Two hundred tickets have
been donated by the management
Ol the Blackstone Hotel In order to
aid the cause. Tickets lor this <: i-
Beth Jacob To
Hold Dance
rector ol the Radio Synagog. will tenting the Ladies Auxiliary is a The proceeds ol this dance which
each over radio station WIOI) at
n o'clock on Sunday morning on
Hlfe'8 Highest Objective'. In addi-
Hpn to the .sermon there will be
HjB.vers, music, scripture reading,
Hjd a question box.
ity for this affair.
Because of the fact that it is the
committee composed of Mrs. Ida is an annual event is to defray the
Bucksteln. chairman. Mrs. P. Berk- deficit caused the organization by only annual event sponsored by the
owitz. Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum. the nonpayment of tuitions in the j organization, every effort is being
Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mrs. N Talmud Torah it supports by those made to have all residents and tour-
Adelman. Mrs. J. L. Shochet and unable to otherwise provide a re- Lsts now in the Greater Miami area
Mrs. S. Tannenbaum. ligious training for their children. I attend this gala ball.
What promises to be one of the
gala affairs of the current season
is the annual dance of Beth Jacob
Congregation and Sisterhood at
the Floridlan Hotel Sunday night
March 11th. Noted entertainers of
this area will appear during the
evening to entertain the guests and
novelty features will be added dur-
ing the entertainment. The affair
which is an annual event is being
held to raise funds for the upkeep
of the Talmud Torah of the Syna-
gogue. Dancing will be enjoyed
until a late hour. Among those as-
sisting in the arrangements are M
B. Frank, Cantor Boris Schlachman
and officers of the Sisterhood.
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FRIDAY, MARCH !. 1934
food For Thought
Particularly In view oi the con-
uhhxI appeals In this section for
lie support ol Veshivas and insti-
ptions ol learning, and particular-
because oi the tad thai tiie
ropean Institutions produce only
ibbL we reprlnl the following
litorial appearing in ;i recenl U -
Of the Jewish Times We should
)preciate comments <>i our readen
FEEBLE CHURCHES
The Institute (il Social and Re-
jlous Research has Issued a report
the Protestant churches of the
Dmitry winch should prove of equal
merest and Importance to the
rnagogues of America, loi the con-
ations touched upon by the report
ii obtain in the Jewish commun-
An over-abundance ol "super-
|ious" ministers and of "feeble
lurches" has resulted In a lower-
el the standards ol the nnnis-
. the report emphasizes The
ficultlea ol the situation are en-
mced by the fact that many com-
unities, not wishing to pay the
pmparatively higher salaries of
i'd ministers, are utilising the
vices of men who have not grad-
I rom seminaries. The report
i lust as well have been wrlt-
w about the Jewish congregations,
hundreds ol communities the
^Blarics oi the ordained rabbis have
irn so drastically cut as to reduce
en their sell-respect to the milli-
iuiii Inevitably, even perhaps II
consciously, there has been a
Lsennu' ol respect for rabbis whose
Some has been so sharply revised
wnward. Every week another con-
Bgatlon finds itself unable to
llntain a rabbi, even though in
eir private lives the members of
congregation probably lose more
cards each week than would be
luired for a minister's salary The
Bering of the morale of the en-
'< Jewish community is apparent
a result of these unfortunate
editions. It Is a problem just as
Irious to the life of American
^wry as many ol Uie foreign prob-
IU about which American leaders
|itate lor months at a time and
an which they spend tens of
ousands of dollars. In the mean-
be, the Jewish theological semi-
krie.s of the country ought to close
^eir doors, unless they are prepar-
to assign some of their substan-
M endowment funds to the main-
fiance ol graduates unable to find
kployment. Otherwise, these somi-
Uies are ruining the lives ol BCOrei
young men. many of whom are
kaUstlcally motivated and many
We applaud most heartily the
derision oi i he Prussian Ministry
of Agriculture forbidding the use
by German farmers ol the tuber-
culin for livestock thai wa. per-
fected by Dr. Fran/ Friedinann. on
the '..round thai its inventor is a
Jew. If the Nazis are going to be
anti-Semitic, they should refuse to
avail themselves ol everything in
i hi' slightest Jewish in origin. We
would urgently recommend that all
"ood Hitlerites avoid the use ol
Paul Bhrlich's salvarsan and Oscai
Minkowskl's Insulin, in fact, ii they
are to remain true to the patriot-
ism oi Hitler, they should avoid all
physicians in Germany Influenced
by Robert Barany, Otto Meyerhoff.
Otto Warburg and Karl Lancistein-
er .the Nobel Prize winners, or by
any oi the German Jewish physi-
ologists, pathologists, neuropathists,
bacteriologists, dermatologists, oto-
1 logists. ophthalmologists and other
specialists whose names abound in
German medicine. A good Nazi
should resist Jews even to the
death, it Isn't very polite to ound
blood-thirsty, bin we enjoy the
. cl oi a Nazi Germany unable
ii avail Itsell oi the genius ol Jews
m medicine We have the iceling
that the action Ol the Prussian
Ministry ol Amu nil lire may have
re uits tar more Interesting than
protest meetings In Madison Square
Qarden.
Kashrus, Hechsharim,
Etc.
We have recently been asked to
comment editorially on the local
Kashrus situation as regards stores,
restaurants and hotels. At this time
when products are being shipped
into local territory supposedly
bearing the hechshar for Passovei
oi prominent Rabbis, and actuallj
only the labels are being sen! In
with the products being prepared
locally under no supervision at all
. with hechsharim being issued
or about to be issued by Rabbis oi
want to be Rabbis much ma)
lie said and should be said.
We shall be prepared to editorial-
ly comment as soon as our local in-
vestigation is completed Hie fact-
will be exceedingly Interesting.
Orlando, Fla.
Notes
I'urim festivities were Observed
by Congregation Ohev Solem. with
Rev. B. Safer in charge.
At the conclusion of the services
a Saudah was held in the vestry
rooms of the Synagogue, with M.
Ehrlich in charge of preparations
Addresses were delivered by Rev.
B. Safer. B. J. Cohen, president of
the Congregation. Hyman Roth. L.
Kamenoff. Ben Segal. L. S. Frankel,
Hyman Lieberman, Harry Kanner.
and others. Morris Wittenstein was
toastmaster
A charity bazaar and carnival
under the auspices of Orlando
Lodge No. 1043. B'nai Brith was
held in the vestrv rooms of the
Synagogue Wednesday. March 7th.
The proceeds from this event
were turned over to the local Jew-
ish Charity Board, which takes
care of distressed transients and
local families.
Harry Kottelman is chairman of
lhe Orlando Jewish Charity Board.
An elaborate program "i enter-
tainment consisting of novelty acU
frolics and dancing were part ol
thi> evening's events.
The Executive Board ol <<
-at l.,n Ohe- ShOlem meets even
Sunday morning al ui :l m the
ante-room ol the Synagogue to
consider su offered by the
members oi the Congregation,
Orlando Lodge No. 1043 Bna:
Brith held ik regulai semi-month-
ly meeting in the vestry rooms ol
the Synagogue. Reports lion
standing committees were pre-
sented. A number of candidate-
',te:e passed on for membership
The initiation will be held ai an
early date
The Lodge meets on the first and
third Tuesday ol every month,
Visitors are always welcome.
'I he .Sunday School held then
annual Furim party in the vestrj
rooms oi the Synagogue on Sunday
afternoon. The children were dress-
ed in attractive original costume!
and participated In games. Re-
freshments were served lo the chil-
dren and their parents
Gainesville
Notes
Announcement ha- be, n made by
'he Registrar 0 fthe University o!
Florida thai Tau Epsilon Phi. na-
tional Jewish social fraternity,
ranke fidrsl In scholarship of the
twenty-five Greek letter fraterm
lies on the campus lor the first
semester of 1933-34.
The individual members of the
society are also outstanding In their
excellent scholastic work.
Tau Epsilon Phi is well represent-
ed m membership in Phi Eta Sigma,
national freshman honorary so-
il ty, having four Ol Its member
in the society
Mot only i.- this fraternity lead-
ing in schoalrshlp, bin it is also
amor.1; the Naders m inlramural
athletic competition. At the present
Mine, ihc fraternity Is In seventh
place and is now in the semi-finals
Of the volleyball tournament, which
it is favored to win.
Last Wednesday evening Temple
Beth El celebrated I'urim. The Sis-
terhood under Mrs. Goodklnd's di-
rection prepared a buffet supper
Miss Eva Radzinski directed "A
Night In Normand" and Rabbi
Rosenblatt presented the children
oi i he Religious School in "A Sick
Purim." Mr. Bert Goldberg also
gave some line dramatic mono-
logues.
On Monday. Junior Beth El. an
organization of young Jewish men
and women now visiting in the city
had an organizational meeting.
Last Friday Rabbi Win. H. Rosen-
blatt spoke on "Hitler's Challenge
to Religion." Tonight he will speak
on "The Romance of A People."
Rabbi Wm. H. Rosenblatt has
been appointed by the Jewish Wel-
fare Board to minister to the Jew-
ish boys at the U. S. Veterans Hos-
pital located near St. Petersburg.
Plans now are being formulated
for a musicals and also prepara-
tions are Ix'ing made for a Com-
munity Seder by Beth Fl Temple
THE
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An imperial princess a:
once mocked a- the mlsgrown Rab-
hua ben Chananlah wi h
these word-: "A rich kernel of
wisdom in an ugly shell!"
The Rabbi I hereupon asked In i
.' here her fathei' wine was pre-
i\ed in earthen ild the
princess. "How?" -aid the Rabbi
should no' an emperor have hi
wine preserved m -olden casks.1''
The princess admitted this, and
caused her slaves to empty the wlm
into golden jars. In a short |
turned sour. "You have given mi
bad advice." she -aid to I he Rabbi
when she met hun again.
He replied: "Ii wa:. inly a:
-\wr lo your mockery a rich ker-
nel of wisdom in an lmly shell "
that I may be enabled to go to
the footbal mlatch."
"Certainly." said Abie, "and hen
is half a crown for spending money
Student what would you advise
me to read alter i have completed
coin-" and graduated, professor?
Professor i would suggest the
Help Wanted page.
In a small .southern town, a Jew
decided the best thing for him
would be to become a convert to
Methodism. When he went to tin
minister i, the conversion cere-
mony, -in pastor said
"What name do you want to
adopt as a Methodist?"
John Wesley," was the immedi-
ate reply.
"John Wesley!" the astounded
pastor exclaimed. "Why that name?
He was 'lie lounder of our sect?"
Entirely unabashed, the convert
explained:
"It's this way. My name now i-
Jacob Warshawsky and if I call
myself John Wesley I won't have
to change the initials embroidered
on my shirts, pajamas and hand-
kerchiefs."
I,it tie Abie, the office boy. cann
".in Goldbaum'S private Office and
said: "I want io go to the football
match this afternoon."
Goldbaum arose and said "Look
here, my lad. I don't mind you go-
ing to the loot ball game, but you
must be polite. Let me show how I
would ask permission tO go, ll I
weie the Office boy and you I In
employer Please sit down in my
chair."
little Abie did so and Goldbaum
went out and came back into tin
"Please, sir," he -aid to his
office boy, "would you be so kind
to allow me half a day's lea."
Meyer Finkelbaum was brought
up in a very scvcrly Orthodox home
but his lather occasionally permit-
ted him to go to the movies. On out
visit to the local theatre the fea-
ture was Walt Disney's famous
"Three Little Pigs." In the middi.
oi the picture ten-year-old Meyei
got up and walked out. Curious ti
know why a youngster should leave
before the picture was over. the
"i questioned Meyer:
"What's the matter; don't you
like the picture!"
"Oh. the pictures all right, but
I don't like the cast." Meyer de-
clared.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Sorrel WOlfson, -on ol Mr. and
Mr- A. M. Wolfson, was elected
King Achifshvarus, and Adrieni
Blumberg, daughter ol Mr and Mrs
Max Blumberg, was elected Quei n
Esther ol the Purim carnival con-
ducted by the Ladies Auxiliary ol
Rodoph Sholom Temple last sun-
Jay evening.
Preceding 'he coronation cere-
mony there was a program which
included the following numbers
Recitation by Lionel Elozor.v
piano solo by Rosalie Biichman:
story oi i'urim bj Zelda Elozory;
vocal solo by Eleanor Rosenthal ac-
companied by Sylvia Stoun: piano
selection by Edith Elozory and Jean-
no'le Weiss, vocal solo Liba 8
vocal solos Mr. Sam Verkauf. ac-
companied by Miss Helen Arono-
'. ii/.
A Purim play "A Daughter of Her
People'' was presented by Margie
Segal. Roberta Marks. Bernice Feltl-
man. Phil Haimovitz. and Irving
Peckett. The play was directed by
Miss Mickie Lubetsky.
Candies and cookies were pre-
sented to the children by the Ladies
Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Tem-
ple, the Queen was presented with
a beautiful bouquet of flowers and
the King with a gift.
Manuel Aronovitz, A. R. Berger, and
B. J. Finman.
Willie Osier was Bar Mitzva a:
services Friday evening and Satur-
day morning at Rodoph Sholom
temple. Willie Oster is the son of
Mr, and Mrs. M. Oster of this m-
The temple Guild Sisterhood ol
Schaari Zedek observed their birth-
day with a party Wednesday even-
ing at which time they honored
their charter members.
VI a meeting of the Fine Arts
Club of ihc Y. M. H. A. recently Mr.
Adolph Weil was elected presideni.
Miss Mary Rosen was named via
president, Miss Ida c.utkin. secre-
tary, and Miss Florence Steinberg.
treasurer, Three members at la
who will serve with the officers as
ihc executive council are Mr. Inn.
Salsbury, Meyer stoun. and Sam
Verkauf.
The Men's club of Rodoph Sho-
lom Temple met last Wednesday at
tin temple when election of officers
took place. Mr. Fred Perlman was
ele( led president. Dr. I. Einbeinder.
vice president, and Mr. Alex Bokor.
-.i rretary-tii asurer.
The board of directors consists of
Rabbi Adolph Burger, David Stein,
M. G. Rosenberg. Louis Gordon.
Mr. I. Levy of Charlottesville. Va.
is the guest of Ills sister and brother
in law Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wolf-
son.
Mrs. Simon Marks. Miss Sadie
Bilfield. Mrs. L. S. Augustine, and
Mr. Chas. Cohen left on a motor
trip to Miami and the East Coast.
Asks Holland Prohibit Nazi Storm
Troopers
The Hague.In a series of writ
ten questions to the minister of
justice. Senator Henry Polak. prom-
inent Jewish leader, has demanded
that the ivvo shirted armies of the
Dutch National Socialists be pro-
hibited. Senator Polak charges that
these private armies endanger pub-
lic order in Holland.
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Mrs. Lena Simon and Mrs. Lil-
lian Friedman will be hostessei ti
members and friends of Loyalty
Club of Emunah Chapter O. E. S.
it a card party for the benefit o:
the club at the Acacia clubroms In
the Congress Hlda. Tuesday evening,
March 13th. at 8 p. m Prizes will
be awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The pub-
lic is urged to attend.

a board meeting of Junior iia-
dassah was held and plans for tln-
'ine. get or earn donoi s dinner to
be given the latter pan ol April
were submitted. Full details will ap-
pi ar In an early Issue. An Import-
ant meeting ol the organization
will be held at the Ponce de Leon
Hotel next Monday evening Mar.
12th at which time an Interesting
ogram Will be presented. A social
hour will follow and refreshments
'ill be served. All members are
urged to attend.

Junior Council of Jewish Wo-
.nen will have a Chinese supper
party and bridge, under the direc-
tion of Bessie Wernikoff March is,
at the Tokio Garden. A musical
.evue and many prizes will be given.
Mae Levine and Ruth Mannis will
assist the chairman.
A membership party Is planned
for March lil with Mane Reichman
m charge. The council met at the
Beth David Talmud Torah Tues-
day. All future meetings will take
?lace at Beth David.

A gala concert by the Beach Pro-
gressive League will be held Sun-
lay evening March 11th. 1934 at
I IS p. m. at the Ida Fisher High
School Auditorium, featuring Can-
ii r Louis Hayman and his Choir,
isslsted by a splendid cast of art-
..s.
As an added attraction, there will
appear Mina Kiss, lyric soprano.
.'.ill known abroad and in New
York. She has been the pupil i
nany noted masters here and a-
ld. Her program for Sunday will
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Woman's Club of the Workmen'
Circle ill present the noted Yid-
dish Stage artists Zelda Slatlr. an I
Maxim Borodin in a concert al
Beth David Talmud Torah Ass:
ing these artist will be the we I
known actor Victor Pecker The-
artists are now completing a tout
Ol the United States and Canada
and have been acclaimed as out-
standing artists wherever they have
appeared.

Jai Alai as played out at the Bis
cayne Fronton is becoming more
and more popular every day as evi-
denced by the increasing attendance
nightly Acknowledged as the fast-
est game in the world. Jal Alni
keeps the patrons m suspense ever]
minute ol the play and affords
thrilling and exciting evening ol
entertainment. Champions of south
American and European countries
contest strenuously every night for
'.he honors Single.-, doubles and
triples game.- give the sport fans
the opportunity to see their lavor-
ltes in varied action during the eve-
ning. The prizes in the ageiil
have been exceptionally large re-
cetnly because ol the upsets ol fa
orites.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of
Miami Beach will be the ru<
speaker ai the Friday evening
Ol Beth El Cong Wesl Palm
Beach Friday evening March Kith
At a Hoard meeting ot the Miami
chapter ol Senioi Hadassah plans
were announced for a large benefi
partj lor the organization at Miami
Peach Tuesday alternoon March 20.
the exact place to be announced in
our next Issue. A general meeting
it the chapter will be held on next
Monday March 12th at. the Acacia
Clubrooms in tlie Congress Bldg. In
which all members and friends are
invited. Special entertainment will
be provided at the social hour which
Will follow the business meeting.
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affair a success. A reviewing stand
ai Flagler street near N. E. Third
avenue will be occupied by State.
County and City officials.

Claude epper of Tallahassee a
candidate for the United States
Senate began his tour of the Stale
with a series of addresess in West-
ern Florida in which he outlined
his purposes Ol serving the people
ol the state actively and progress-
ively, stressing the needs of re-
forestation and fisheries m West
Florida. He attacked the record ot
the incumbent Senator Trammel
and challenged the friends of the
present Junior senator to show any i
constructive accomplishments dur-
ing his term of office. Mr. Pepper
will be heard locally soon.

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