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The Jewish Floridian ( March 16, 1934 )

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wJewish filaridliiaiin I I. OKI DA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY V NO. 11 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH IG, 1934 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around The World II! VI CHRISTIANS SAY ABOUT THE BOYCOTT Welfare Benefit Noted Editor To Beth David To Ball Sunday Speak At "Siyum" Hold Dedication 'Announcements! i [I'roiiiiiii'iit Non-Jewi sii|i|inr( (he Movement i Id Garrison Villard I heart|y approve an immediate economic of t termany. Will Din :iiit You may pul me WII unconditionally as signing I hi i.i. Hayne Holme I would l Germany ti daj u i men latter ol personal con sc leni e adly also Join any conf: i boycott movemenl o be Reich ... as :i stern and dep-mined action for tl arm < aii interests ol humanity and in the hour ol their most peril. William Green Tin boycott i' i ontlnuc in111i the German Jvernmenl recognizes the right oi working people ol Germany to (onize Into bona riin> is the widow ol Solomon kiro ill whose memory the $75.I stmi lure was donated The first ratnrv in the building will lie ed tospectography, it also cona telescope and the first ninting laboratory in the IT Bast. tauo Church Federation Approves Tydlngs Resolution licago.The Board of Trustees the Chicago Church Federation p'srniing nineteen denominaand over eight hundred and ^ Churches Ol Metropolitan Chitoday approved the Tydings tiiution which requests the Sen[ol Hie United States to protest list the persecution of Jews and Ir minority groups in Germany. ^M record of this action has been I to Senator J. Hamilton Lewi lllnois, Committees were named at a meeting las' week for the observance ol Crippled Children's Foundation Day at a 111" '.ram in Baj fronl Park at H p m Saturday ii tremor Sholtz Is expected to speak and the governors ol South Carolina. North Carolina. Alabama and Geoi ia have been invited i he program here will be In connection with a state-wide observinie next Saturday. A. J. deary was named general chairman ol the committee in charge of the program here on I" committee will lie Prank Roach representing labor organizations; Mrs. Earl Wilson, parent-teachel association; .J. H Pitzpatrick, Miami Elks: s. s McCahill American Legion; Mrs/John Maxwell, chairman oi the woman's division; W. J. Reid. hotels; Mrs .1 A very Ouyton. women's clubs; T. E Price and Fred Del am v. .shrine; tied Pine w. P. Mooty, Ellis Hollums, Judge D .i Hefferman, Hal Leyshon, and John Skillman Gala Pre-Passover Dance Is Planned With a large number of theatrical stars prominent both on stage and screen on hand to entertain the guests, the Pre-Passover dance sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox ConUOD promises to be one of the outstanding events of the current winter season. The event will be Rabbi 1 1 : .I:on M i: David I. Rosenbloom, Max Shaj .1 M II ili i and Julius Wa M I Inenl blisher. will take part in 'lemonie Natl an Wro I '! : il H [man and B % %  Ims The Sal : To ah will b bn 'n ihe doors oi ti ue by %  :>-;n ei ei I Ing 'he ii, ind v. ill be marched Into I he :-\ nap nd 'i. i he "Shulch in the accompaniment ol musii b; an orchestra. The presentation will be made bv Mr Mil a'n.Mn Jai Ob formerly ol Atlanta the nicies' member ol the congregation and It formally accepted by a rep%  r i e oi the Bi ard ol i Mrei During the evening tin ceremonies el filling in the letters ol tin imall will tie observed and Mr s s Simonhoff will be the "Sofar' in charge .Just two ; igo a similar cei emony was observed by the con tlon whin a Safer Torah was presented. Because ol the limited ca pacity of the Synagogue, the di will be closed promptly at 8 p in and all are asked to come befori that, time. held at the Main Shrine Temple Biscayne Blvd. and 14th St., be :n nlng at it o'clock Tuesday evening, March 20th, Booth! decorated with the Passover theme predominating will contain Passover goodies. Other decorations will carry out the -ana ihen.' The proceeds ol this dance will be used towards the upkeep ol the Talmud Torah which the oranization supports, in cliarge of arrangements is a committee ol which Mrs. Louis Kotkm is general chairman, assisted by Mrs n Kotkin. Mrs. I. Buckstein and Nathan Adelman, reception; Mrs Charles Tanenbaum, Mrs. Sun Tanenbaum, Mrs. Nat Abramson. Mrs. N. Blumberg. Mrs. Charles Peldman and Mrs. Louis Pallott. program. Mrs. M. Kotkln. Mrs. M. Rappaport, Mrs. N. Adelman. Mrs. J. L. Sliocliet. booths; Mrs. Cliarles Tanenbaum. tickets, The formal dedication ol oriol window al Beth David Synawill be :.nexl Tuesda: evi torch 20th beginning a' 8 p m Members ol the tannin ol •!.< se I'.: .'.In,in I %  windc b dedicated v.: liver tun l nilii! le! and will fl ly present the windows to the II Rabbi Max Shapli deliver the pril .,: will be in %  the dedicatii i i rs pre er mei ibei of tin | ; monle: .< will ( tor Loui man ol thi Cot loi who w ii i 1 I.' I he Ii i :> i VVi: dO i Will I I: .me Mr l u Wi : le and family In mi mor> .,: En • %  Wi inkle; Mi m thi ir soi Cl : Chi ".ii Rebei ca W ii .'. me im Wolkow ik the family in memi Nathan a: brother sol: Cohen ii I her husband Thoma Cohen; anil Mi and Mrs. Phllii Segal in memorj of their mothe; Mr: i ira 1 ibo\ ::> rhe public I invited in attend thi i ceremonie: Cantors To Be Heard In Concert %  the thud annua cerl ot liturgical music, folk and ana.-, featuring Cantor Boril Schlachman ol Beth Jacob C gatlon Miami Beach im the best knowi. nation ally, Cantor i Kaminsky now n idenl ol Miami. Cantor Schlachman who rved sona ol the largi si congregations in th, country, and who has been cantoi tor the past lour years in Miami Beach will be in ard in an unusually fine election o! numbers in his robust tenor Mine \ i who will assisi in the program are the well known Yiddish artist Mr Joseph Green berg, and Mr Joseph Kaminsky. popular Yiddish actor The event will be held at tin Beth Jacob Synagogue Miami on Sunday evening March 25th and will begin promptly al :i p. m, Journalist To Speak Tonight Pierre \an Paassen, editor and lecturer, will speak at Temple Israel tonight at 8 p. m. Mr. van Paassen was born in Belgium of ancient Flemish stock. He was twice wounded and was decorated by the late King Albert Of Belgium for bravery under fire in the World war. After the war he came to America, became a feature writer for the Detroit News and TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform I 117 N. I:. Ninrlrcnlh Slrrfl DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi serviie.-, wii; begin ai 8:16. A guest iker, Mr pa rre van Paaa will oi ni]r %  ,.. %  pulpil. At 8 O'clock m Kaplan Hall thei will be children lervlces held and conducted by the children then raking part in the service will be Edward Rubin. David Low man Seymour Rubin and Stua Simon. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) ill Washington x>,-.. Miami Hrarh DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Earlj begin at 6 p. m with th i 8:15 p. m. inRabin win preach a ser• freedom.' C nti B .man will chant %  regational singing. Sat irdaj morning the Rabbi will pn ni. a. Yiddish. Mincha begins al r ) p. m. followed by Shalosh Saudah and Maarh services. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) IM. s W. Third Slr.l JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Ear!;. begin at 6 p. v.< witli ti, es ut 8:30 p. ir. the Rabbi will preach a .sermon on "Thi New Year ol Nissan : isual congregational smgm and chanting will be enjoyed. Saturday morning services begin at P a. m. with the Mincha services at 5:30 p. in. followed by Shalosh Saudah and Maariv services. Daiiy morning services begin at 8 a. m. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION U'nnaervatire) IS9 N. W. Third Av,i,u. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Ice begin at 6 p. m. with tlie late services following a? 8 1". p, m when the Rabbi will preach on "Can Humanity Change?" Cantor Louis Hayman and tlie choir will chant and lead the conlonal singing. Saturday mornIng services l>egin at 8 a. m. The Junior Congregl tion meets at 10:30 a m. later waon the staff of the Atlanta Constitution. He joined the New York World organization, and waent to Europe as a columnist and correspondent lor the New York Evening World. Mr. vat. Paassen la said to be the best Informed non-Jewish writer on Jewish problems. He toured Palestine and became intimately acquainted with the Jewish pioneering work m the Holy Land. His articles on Palestine have been published in numerous magazines, Including the Zionist organ, the New Palestine. He was made an honorary Citizen of Tel-Aviv, the new 100 per cent Jewish city m Palestine. He Visited Germany ill 1933 and was arrested by the Nazis lor writing articles against the Hitler government. lria of id



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— < Page 2 THE JEWISH FLORIDI PLAYING AT THE 7TH AVENUE SOCIETY.! Plai. der obser have been arranged by Kosher ithe oldest strictly koshi t %  •this area Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth David Cong ind direct •;. 8a lei ffl ial the nil March 30th and Mai :. of Rabbi David I Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Miami Beati. Passover dairy product* will I ill 11 ::.• : DJ hi F from a : ':.. ; irpOSC A Ish resident of Miami will be the u d ilrj where he i eek. Y .:.Ml :. • Hi %  .: %  Association B 1 Gov. i • Wi li nighi ret! the organization were given Ne furnishings have been purchased and the nor of the clubri be completely renovated. The bsu ball team has entered the Golden :.• • and played lasi nl at the Y M C A -:. The dia%  All candidates for m are asked U :: %  %  %  .:Ml Nat :: ipper was eli manager and In full chargi th< bi Mrs M Leifei da .-• Ima left by Clyde Lrni to return to their home in Plushli i N v '.' Leifi :..: Ml M %  '.'• %  %  : Rockawa;. imi %  %  • tabli bridi : it the benefit brld of the Loyal••. club i I Emunah Chapter o. E. s. C Mrs Lena >n and Mrs Lillian Friedman fashion gave these a hearty handshake WASHABLE GLOVES Since ti:iSunshine Fashion glove was introduced by Burdine's 2,500 women have acclaimed them the "world's best" chamoisettes. Slip-on or mosquetaire style, in white only, suede-like fabric. Burdine's MIAMI d MIAMI BEACH ^uni/u'ne %  minion < JOEL McCREA In "The Silver < ord" •.;.. %  pria for high %  "d. Temple Isi %  SI terhood will hold Its benefit party at the Drauville Beach Casino Wednesday • 2 ; ::. o'clock. In charge of irrangemeni Is a committee conof Mrs Rose Miles as chairman, assisted by Mesdames Frank Coret. H. E Kleiman. Harry Kaufman H. U. Feibelman. J G. I Tobias Simon. J Simpson. B. L Reisner. and P. ScheinberK. The public is cordially invited to attend • A meetinc of the Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood was held at Beth David Thursday afternoon and ref the work ol ;anization were given. Dunne 1934 charity burials have been pro by the Sisterhood. The run sale which th %  orgai conat the Odd FellowHall : Monday. Thurs Saturday night, and all members and friends are urged to make contribution hing and other apparel. Hon.' mak< ... be fortune having as one of then instruct during the Free Electric Cookinu School at the Electrical and Radio show March 24-30. Miss Edwing Nolan a home service expert of wide experience and head of the General Eli trie Institute Kitchen staff. Park. Cleveland For the past four year-, as director of General Electrics hom• vice department. Miss Nolan has A N A modern kitchen on wheels will I j, -.... ini Mai h 24th. .. ;: ighi here for thi '"" Sh0W Kn ,.,. Dream Kitchen", it is equipped with all nv h as : her, ventilatin .:. radl Min ''•" el breakn planning desk H i wive will be invited to inspect thi coach. al the Pono '' %  tki plans for Ui supper and bridge to be Ivi n 25th al Bi :. David Talmud h Miss Ida Engler Is chairman of the even! Planin ni arinj i om| lei nnual fivi : earn dinner at which Junior HadasMrs Jaspi C nd Mrs William Farr will be toastmistress The dinner dance will be glen Sundaj i April 22nd. Rabbi Julius Wasl i speaker dui i the evi and Miss Bead\ (loldi nblank rei Friday. March 16 '•• %  .; nominating committee will be c w. I en al this meeting and other \ n \ rtant business will be acted or A program will be pre* nted : Mrs Stanley C. Myers, chairman • the program committee whii include a vocal solo by Ml \i, : ; Cowen accompanied at the pin, by Mrs Lawrence Sapero ing by Elyse Bacher. and an ad-3 dress by Dr. Earl T. Moon chair. man of the first aid and lifi committee of the Dade County R P j Ci A social hour will The public is urged to attend, TIVOLI show! 1:15 >nd 9 00 P. M. ~t The Ladi< '• %  I the Jewish Well in B irea I will hold a board n n Kaplan Hall al 1:30 p m Monday fol by a gi ni ral mi etii at 2 p m A 20c till 6:30—Evening ZSc Matinees Daily Sunday-Monday, March ls-is-, AKREN WILLIAM I.II.I DAMITA in "The Match King" Patronize A MIAMI PRODUCT: Orange Crystals STRICTLY KOSHER %  Ask your Rabbi > FOR WASHING DISHES By Hand or Machinr Williams Chemical Company 339 V E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-3520 %  this : the Ui ates She 1 makn. ; : %  •:. the 1 rai menl i : bli el ; thai an entin mi .u. be 'd with the minimum i Nolan will bi.. to her boo! audience a hosi new electi I : erator recipes as well as ideas for menuplanning. She will also discuss kitchen arrangement, marketing, food preseration and attractive and economical ways to use left-i Closing Miami's Most Brilliant Season Tropical Park // est of the Hilt more Tower Twelve Racing Days MARCH 19 MARCH 31 Seasoned Horses Colorful Crowds Formful Sport Friendly Comfortable Attractive POST TIME, 2 P. M. Seven races daily. No Minors Admitted For I lire Cars At All Hotels Bus Service GABLES RACING ASSN. William V. Dwyer and Associates X< %  : %  •:• BI I THE WORLD'S GREATEST PLAYERS IN ACTION ADMISSION: 25,-HRST GAME 8:15-PHONE CANAL 91* ;



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Friday. March 16, 1934 THF JEWISH FLORIDIAN [HE JEWISH 'LORIDIAN I'l 111 l-lll li KVKRY FRIDAV b> (he IKWISH FI.OHIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. I*. O. II.. \ 2973 liami, Florida Phone 2-1183 Page Three KIHTOKIAI. OFFICES: n S. W. 15th Avenue I'hone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor 1KB K. SHOCIIET. Cirrulalion Manager fANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative a Willingness to understand the nature of the Jewish problem, unless there is a desire to penetrate beneath distortion and gossip and rumor, there can be no basis for any really harmonious and lastln %  re latlonship between Jews and Christians. TO support any activity that promises less is merely illusory. Rabbis as well as Christian clergymen might heed the word-, ol thai liberal figure, Mrs. pinchot. niered KC I elan matur July 4. Mil. at Hi,To 1 Office at Miami. Florida, i..r Hi,. Act "f Mnr.-h 3. I8T9. WEST PALM BEACH Tampa, Fla. Notes ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION M -,111 li. i Year SIM 12.01 FBI DAY. MARCH 16, 1934 Vol. 7—No. 11 The Levant Fair %  indicative of Palestine's rcmarkB< development durum the past w Mars, the Levant Fair, which ^1 be held 111 Tel Avi\ nexl month. la tubule to the progressiveness the Jewish Homeland. Acclaim"Ihe show window ol the east." the i.i'.ani Fair has assumed an imp'iii.in' place in the commercial life '.1 Asia Many countries in all pan. Hi Hi,, -lobe will be represenicd al the Fair, which will this yei in uiur ls large M ,j„. i aM tapitem n i> significant that this Ol importance to the mdusllfe of ihe entire cast, should take place m Tel Aviv. The magical v % %  "' i'' %  ; Am li, present [evil ommerclal activity have conluted much id the welfare of | tstine. Thai Palestine Is becomiiii increasingly Important trade In the east will be maniI ed at the Fair when buyers from Mia Tillye Slmovltz entertained recently at her residence 836 South Delaware Ave„ to compliment two miinc: Tampans. Mrs Morris Coolik "i Newnan, Oa. and Mrs. Herman Blumberg, ol Dothan, Ala. Mrs. Blumberg, who is the former Miss Bee Rosenberg, \s visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs, M, Q. Rosenberg, and Mrs, Coolik, the former Miss Lena Argintar and daughter Sandra arc the guests ol her parents. Mr and Mrs. Max Argintar. Garden flowers formed a varii colored decorating scheme. Prizes | were awarded for winners In the bride., games and the honor gue received gifts from the hostess, who was assisted in the hospitalities by her sister, Miss Mildred Slmovltz. A salad course was served al a late hour. lie Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, 154.". S. W. 3rd st.. where the ancient traditional ceremonies of a "Siyuin llatorah" will be observed Sunday evening. Rabbi Julius Washer will direct the ceremonies. with other Rabbis of Greater Miami participating. West Palm Beach Notes St. Petersburg Notes Rabbi A S. Kleinfeld will speak on "The Power and Influence of Religion" at the services on Fridav performance for the benefit of the Crippled Children's Home, was B guesl al the Friday Eve. services al Congregation Bnai Israel. There will be a 6 o'clock LunchRabbi M Schulman ol Temple Religion" at the services on Friday eon and Bridge this Sunday Eve Emanual ol New ork wa as guest Evc l 8 o'clock .at Congregation \ March 18th. sponsored by the Boat Beth Israel Services IasI Friday Bna Israel, 921 9th St, No. SaturI clal Committee, to be held at the night. He Is spending the winter al Palm Beach day morning services commence al 9 o'clock. All friends and tourists are cordially invited. it Mi and Mrs .Manuel Aronovit/ ol 2729 Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood I'aik. entertained with open house Sunday afternoon, March 11th, from 3 in '• o'clock in honor of Mr. and Mi.' i'> Weissman i>; Brooklyn. N Y. I'l.c hou e was decorated with [lowers, from an elaborately decorated table In the dining room refreshments wen served and tea was poured by Mrs Woll and Mrs L Pondlana. About is .• called during the afterni Mrs, John Woli was hostess al a card patty to :i large number ol friends IasI week Mrs Schutzer and Mrs. Tom Smith were awarded prizes for high scores. Mr and Mrs Katz house guests ol the Wolfs uerc guests ol honor. Mi and Mrs .Jacob Miller served ail tin worshippers with elegani refreshments IasI Friday Eve. after the services in celebration of their new grandchild. countries throughout Asia will I >ne the Fair. Much has already accomplished In Palestine, but apparent that the Jewish eland will become an Importindustrial country before many are past The Levant Fair not only attest to the comiiierImportance of Palestine, but indicate the progress which the %  >'ry has made and make apbl its enormous possibllitie Jewish Standard. olerance Not Enough" remained for an outstanding Man to repudiate, with vigor I' it the current campaign for ranee' inward the Jew. Mrs, rd Pinchot, wife ol the Pennnia Governor, speaking at a nuance of "The Romance of a '' %  in Philadelphia, declined "Tolerance Is not enough, it aks a certain quality ol connsion. Understanding is what quired to bridge the gap beji n Silver tweet. Christian and Jew." seeiri 'in -Mouth of the The Ladies Auxiliary ol Rodoph Sholom Temple acted as hostess at the annual joint meeting ol the National Council Ol Jewish Women. the Temple Guild Sisterhood and the auxiliary ol Temple Rodoph Sholom Wednesday afternoon, March 14th, Bl •! p m. In the Rodoph sholom auditorium, A board meeting of the council was held at 2 15 preceding the regular meeting after reports were heard from the ariou.organizations, Mrs Henry Brash, read a paper on the "History ol the Council." Mr Sam Verkauf and Mrs. H N Sandier gavi vocal solos The receiving line consisted of the Ol the auxiliary who are Mrs A. R Berger, Mrs. B. Halmovltz, Mrs. P. Gotler, Mrs. M. H. Kisler, Mrs J Wittner, Mrs Henry Hi ali and Mrs I I.iebinan Dainty refreshments consisting of ices, cakes and mints were served the guests. Palm Beach Lodge Bnai Brith met last Monday nlghl at the Monterey Hotel when important business was transacted and officers for the coming term were nominated. Beth El Sisterhood la sponsoring i bridge part-, al the Horton Inn Palm Beach next Sunday nighl for the benefit ol Beth El building fund. Yasha Davidoff, the Russian artist who was m the City to lender a Congregation. 921 9th St. No. All members, friends and tourists are invited; a large crowd is anticipated. The Council of the Congregation Is giving a novelty dance at the Congregation, 921 9th St. No. on Wednesday Eve. March 21st. There will be a number of surprises and good music All friends and tourists are invited. THE Friday evening services at Beth El begins at 8:15 and all are invited to attend, Friday evening services al Beth Israel begins at li 15 with Dr. Carl N. Herman officiating. The publil is invited. Mr Sam Goldman prominent locally Is confined to his home by Illness. All society items lor the Jewish Floridian for Palm Beach. West Palm Beach and surrounding territory should lie sent to Mr. Sam Schutter, our correspondent al 429 Clematis St., Wesl Palm Beach. l)r Bernard M Kaplan ol Nl v York, formerly of California, addressed the worshippers al Beth El Congregation last Friday night on the importance ol the Jewish place Ol worship in the communal and spiritual life ol the city. Public tied. opinion Is never tongueSome men go about looking for temptation to yield to Warning to Bachelor's Club: When you see a dog leading a man. you know that that man is blind: but when you see a man leadiim a dog. you know that that man is leading a dog's life. When a wise man Is too tired to think, his talk is sine to sound foolish. A woman .an gel even with a mar. by marrying him or by refusing to do so Men who try to keep up appearances often find it necessary to keep up disappearances later on. Into each life some rain must fall. Some days must be dark and blurry. We're bound to get some share oi all Red lights when we're in a hurry. of at: pr of movement and allied vicious %  opments, are becoming dlspmed about the worthwhileness entire good will movement merely provides a few men topics for sermon i peeches or B, Jews can sacrifice no more peir sen-respect, their dignity [their pride by accepting the fer of "tolerance" on the part irtstian tones, unless there LAt a meeting ol the Merry Fellows club recently plans were made for a semi-formal dance March 2d al th Tampa Yacht and Country club at a meeting al the home ol Mr. irvm Salsbury, 58 Davis boulevard. Mr. Fred Poller, Dr J L. Schwartz and Mr William WOlfson arc in charge ol re i rvations and Manuel Sanchez orchestra will piav for dancing. A buffel supper was served alter the meeting with Mrs Irvln Salsbury .mil Miss Ruth Salsburj assisting m the hospitalities, other guests were o.iar Verkaul. Adolph Well, Julius Sllverman, Simon Dr, and Mrs Bernard M Kaplan who arc spending the winter month.ill West Palm Beach were the week end guests ol their niece MrM 8 Sega] oi Deal. N .J. al her Miami home. Thirteen is always an unlucky number for some one when it consist, oi 12 jurymen and a |udge It is easier to tell how a thing OUghl to be done than to make good when you try it yoursell Parole Chief: Are there any other reasons you'd like to advance for being paroled at this time? Prisoner: Yes. I'm supposed to Visit my dentist, every six months Imnia Dodo wants to know U a guy who lights with his feet is an arch-enemy. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtci. founder and director ol the Radio Synagog will preach over Radio station WIOD al 10 o'clock Sunday morning on "Prophets, Ancient and Modern." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading, hymns and a question box Schwartz, Dr. Alfred Augustine, Louis Slmovltz, Maurice Fitiman Nal Rablnovlch and Sol Fleischlllllll. It makes me boil. I tear my hair There's "cocktail'' plastered cverywhel i in magazines, in papers too. They all seem in an awful stew; It's "cocktail'' this and "cocktail' that. A "COCktall" dre.-s. a cocktail'' hat "Cocktail" jackets, "cocktail' bags We've always had those cock jags, "Cocktail" hours, "cocktail" bars. (O. M. may soon make "cocktail" cars.) Not to mention "cocktail rooms 'io drive away depression glooms. Now don't get riled. I'm not a prude, I've gone home often somewhat -.tewed. I'm just a guy what ol .1 grudge rn have my say refuse to budge, Till someone says he really thinks "COCktall" should be confined to DRINKS. It's a question these days with the European parent whether to send the problem child to military school or let him grow up and run the country The quantity of chewing tobacco still sold in the country would surprise you. as no claim Is made thai it contains the sunshine vitamin What's become ol the old toned girl in her late teens who had to hustle through the dinner dishes to appear in a Charleston contest'' A herring on show at Yale is 15 feet long and its age rims into millions of years Our modern type is shorter and smells only half as old. In our youth, the up-to-date young thing gol these red finger nails, so much affected now. by trying to hang a picture. 1ria of nd



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SOCIETY %  : i : gTlic annual children's Sadcr for pupils of the Talmud Torah and biclay .school of the Miami Jewish thodox Congregation will be held the SynaRORue on Wednesday riing, March 28th, beginning at m. under the direction of RabJulius Washer. The children will duel the entire ritual of the |er and will be served refreshits by the Ladies Auxiliary of Congregation. Pith the dosing of Hialeah Park %  crrmv, the openinR of Tropical Park i beinu awaited by the many raci: enthusiasts now in Greater Mtei) i Many of the horses that have !)• < ii stabled at Hialeah Park will lie "ii in action at Tropical Park lor the last two weeks of the racii comi othe; Dw' Schtr. ler have completed all arrang :M n' lor the twelve day meet and with the arrival of racing secre' cry John li Campbell and his assfc' 'lit Francis Dunne, yesterday every lung will be in readiness foi the ( i nmg of the final meet of the sa&s n Increased purses have been offered and splendid raciiiR is expected. • • • The Senior Chapter of Miami Hadassah Is sponsoring a benefit bridge at the Blackstone Hotel next Tuesday afternoon March 20th at 2 p. m. with Mrs. Gertrude Berlin in charge of the committee of arrangements. Among those assisting her are Mesdames Joseph Williamson and Harry Weinberg. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The affair will be held in the garden of the hotel. PLAYING AT THE /7 \ oil THEATRF Last Moncay aiiernoon Mr. Joseph Morgenstein of Cleveland. Ohio, president of the Zionist district season, with a large number there delivered the principal adhere from New Orleans and | dress of the meetiiiR to the memtracks. William Vincent bers of the Senior Hadassah at their and business manager Prank regular meeting in the Acacia Club. A number of out of town viitors delivered brief addresses. Last night Pierre Van Passen noted writer and correspondent was the guest of honor at a reception in the home of Mrs. Jos. Williamson i-'iven by the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah and the local Zionist district. Mr. Passen spoke of the progress of Zionism and conditions affecting Jewry throughout the world. Adulta 20r Children 10c Roi Offlf* opens 6:30 p.m. Sunday ne 2-6551 Evenings 20c rWfcday-Monday, March 1K-19— IBEM: IIIXN-JOEL MCCREA h. "The Silver Cord" n*£ OLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN DINNER 60c up *=* DIAL 3-2101 COM US FI'NERAIi SERVICE is a non-ileniiminatinnal institutlea, serving all classes and cr *a*s. The family is assured Perfect ennformatinn to the ritaals nf each church or lodge. f < V White Oak Leather I Ha If Soles 50c| LAI)ii:s IIEEI.S 15c* ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 24* N K Firt Ave Opp Corlez Hotel V J [seph M. Fine DNEBAL DIRECTOR Associated With Philbrick ineral I fames lONKB 2-3456—5-3311 Beth David Sisterhood will present a Yiddish play in the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall Monday evening. March 19th at 8:30 p. m. featuring Joseph Kaminsky in the well known Yiddish drama "Die Verlozene Bloom." • • • On Wednesday. March 21st at 2 p. in. Beth David Sisterhood will hold an important meeting of its membership at which important business will be acted on. At this meeting a nominating committee to recommend officers for the coming year will be chosen. All members are urged to attend. 9 • • With Warren Williams, one of the most popular screen stars of the day in the title role, the Tivoli Theatre will present "The Match King" next Sunday and Monday. This versatile actor will be seen in B role affording him the opportunity to show his talents in a very effective manner. In tlie story depicting the life of the underworld, he runs the gamut of Its intrigues and glamors, He is supported by an able cast. Mrs. R. Beck and Mrs. S. Traeger were the hostesses last Tuesday night at one of the regular biweekly card parties of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Quite a tidy sum was realized for the Talmud i Torah fund of the organization. Prizes were awarded at the individi ual tables and refreshments were served. • Mr. and Mrs. N. Adelman and sister Rachel who left to spend several weeks in the north are expected to return to the city sometime next week. • • • Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio Synagogue who underwent an operation for tonsils last Monday is now at his home convalescing. I.I I.I DAMITA in "The Match King" Sunday evening. March 25th. the Women's Club of the Workmen.-. Circle is sponsoring its annual concert featuring the noted Yiddish artist.s Maxim Borodin and Zelda Slatin in a repertoire of Yiddish folk songs and operatic selections. They will be assisted by the well known Yiddush actor Victor Pecker. Full details will appear in our next issue. Jai Alai is still carrying the crowds nightly at the large Biscayne Fronton despite all other attractions in this area. With exciting, fast and closely contested games all during the evening the spectator Ls kept on edge all nigh! long. The wagers are paying splendid odds because of the uncertainty of the results. Champions of many South American countries vie heatedly with each other lor points and tames. There is no fooling at any time because lack of attention to the course of the pelota may mean serious and even fatal injujry. • Temple Israel Sisterhood is planning its annual Sedar dinner to be given March 30. at Kaplan hall. Mrs. Addie von Staven and Mrs. Rae Rase Miles form the committe chairmen, assisted by Mrs. Louis Zemitz. Mrs. Hilda Reisner. Mrs. A Kaufman. Mrs. H. Reichenbach and Mrs. J. H Kaplan. The Junior Council of Jewish Women gave its annual dinner and bridge Tuesday at the Tokio roof garden. Original prizes were offered and a floor show presented by pupils ol the F. W Kehl studio of dance. A special meeting of the council was held at 8 p. m. Wednesday in the Talmud Torah building, when plans for a membership party on March 20. in the form of a Pirate party were discussed Miss Oertrude Rappaport. Miss Ruth Sontag. Miss Lee Kasanof. Miss Mildred Dreisen and Miss Mary Relchman form the committee in charge. • • The girls' division of the Young '. Men's Hebrew Association will sponsor a dance at the Frolics club on March 20. Miss Myrtle Goldberg, chairman will be assisted by Miss Charlotte Furman. chairman of public ltv. and Mi.ss Evelyn Marks and Miss Shirley Elkin. chairman of tickets. Tickets may be obtained from this committee • • Mr. and Mrs. Louts Weinkle. prominent communal workers of Miami announce the engagement ol their daughter Lena to Mrs. Leo Arthur Chaikin son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chaikin of Miami. Miss Weinkle has been an active worker locally for the past several years, and was for a time president of the Miami chapter of Junior Hadassah. she is a native of Atlanta. Ga„ where she received her education. Mr. Chaikin is a merchant here and Is a native of Boston. Mass., where he graduated from Wentworth InItute. He has been an active work'••• and ofliecr of the Young Men's Hebrew Association. The marriage will be an event Ol early June. • • • A unique variation of the eternal triangle, picturing the selfish woman who intervenes between her son and his wife with her abnormal maternal love, is the dramatic theme of "The Silver Cord." starimIrene Dunne at the 7th Avenue Theatre next Sunday and Monday. The domineering Mrs. Phelps is the mother who is substantially the cither woman" because her devotion to he rtwo sons wrecks an engagement and almost mars a marriage. When David Phelps brought his wifeChristina to his mothers household, both immediately had to contend with Mrs. Phelps' selfish regard for David. Christina not bearing Mrs. Phelps' overwrought I Page -, sentiment promptly leaves David. willing to face the future alone with a forthcoming baby, thus bringing on a crisis. • • Hon. Claude Pepper, one of the most active democrats in the State who recently announced his candidacy for the United States Senate from Florida in opposition to the incumbent Sen. Park Trammell, is a native of Alabama where he received his education. He worked in the steel mills later entering the University of Alabama, where he received his A. B. degree: later he received his LL.B. degree from Harvard. He subsequently taught law at the University of Arkansas. He came to Florida in 1935 and has practiced in Tallahassee .since 1930. He served in the State Legislature in the 1929 session. Was a member of State Democratic Executive committee in 1929 and 1930 and a member of the State Board of Law Examiners in 1933. He Ls campaigning upon a platform of progressive aid for the State of Florida and an endorsement of the policies of rPesident Roosevelt. Always Mindful of Their Welfare and Particular Requirements, we will provide our Jewish customers with the finest of DAIRY PRODUCTS Kosher For Passover i iiil.i the Supervision of RABBI DAVID I. ROSKNBLOOM of Beth Jacob Cong.. Miami Beach WITH A MASHGIACH TMIDI AT OUR PLANT PLACE YO P ORDERS WITH OIK ROUTE MAN. OR PHONE Florida Dairies Co, 25.14 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-7554 n&srnss? n* nrnn mnniscHEwiTZ <=-MatzoL SUPREME IN KASHRUTH AND QUAUTV-FROM THE WORLDS LARGEST AND FINEST MATZO BAKERY .... MATZO MEAL • FARFEL • CAKE MEAL • EGO MATZO • MATZO CEREAL For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If It Is Sea Food, we have it at Its very best, and at attraetlvely low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations. lria .,( id



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Miami, Fla
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March 16, 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 Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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I I. OKI DA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
V NO. 11
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH IG, 1934
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around The
World
II! VI CHRISTIANS SAY
ABOUT THE BOYCOTT
Welfare Benefit Noted Editor To Beth David To
Ball Sunday Speak At "Siyum" Hold Dedication
'Announcements!
i
[I'roiiiiiii'iit Non-Jewi sii|i|inr( (he
Movement
i Id Garrison Villard I heart-
|y approve an immediate economic
of t termany.
Will Din:iiit You may pul me
wii unconditionally as signing I hi
i.i. Hayne Holme I would
l Germany ti daj u i men
latter ol personal con sc leni e .
adly also Join any con-
f: i boycott movemenl o
be Reich ... as :i stern and de-
p-mined action for tl arm <
aii interests ol humanity and
in the hour ol their most
peril.
William Green Tin boycott
i' i ontlnuc in111i the German
Jvernmenl recognizes the right oi
working people ol Germany to
(onize Into bona ri Ide unions of their own choosing,
ao<: until Germany'ceases Its re-
ive policy oi persecution oi'
| people.
! Raymond Robbins The boy-
points every right-thinking per-
lo the only method which will
sin- the Nazi armor at a vital
J ii i aid I i Inenl com-
munal worker will be ma iter ol cere
monle al the eventh annual ball ol
the Ji ai h Welfai Bureau to be
d ai th' Black tom Hotel, Miami
Beach, Sunday eve...... March 18.
nlng at it p ni. when a buffi I
will be served to the
During thi i vi nine dancing will be
d In the beautiful terrai ol
the hotel as well as ill the main
ball roi m I' lebril let i ;
the stage and screen will app< n
during the i rening o entei tain the
lit ion to pei formers ol
!i al night i lub Mr S'l nlej C
I till :l i-si!:
i ent and lie it b
i b psentatii
v. Iliarj ol the Welfa B i
reau who head the women
Mi Bi rtha B 1 chair-
n i: ol iiii ci mmitee is belli as-
mi I saac Levin. J.
Simp on Meyer Schwartz, an
I
tin
:; Ifar Bi
Because ol the non-fun
i a! Communil Chi
w iii< 11 the Bureau Is : membi i It
en called upon to rai
own fund '.ear Ml
nd tourii I are urged to
this event.
With Arthur Bi I bane, noted edi-
id columnist as guest i peakei
of the evening, the Miami JewLsh
ox Congn gatlon will cele-
brate n i Sunday night March
18th al the Synagogue beginning
1 i p m. al the ceremonial tor the
"Siyum Hatorah" for its new Safer
I'diiate Einstein Institute Of
Physics at Hebrew University
Committee To
Aid Children
wYork. The Einstein Insti-
< ol Physics at the Hebrew Uni-
pity, Jointly donated by the late
lip Wattenberg and Mrs, Dora
tpiro. was dedicated in .Jerusalem
(March 6, by Mrs. Shapiro, In the
iiee ni a distinguished company
lliotablcs headed by High t'um-
Bioner Wauchope and Dr, Chaim
Izmann. On the facade ol the
Ii is a plaque bearing the in-
IP'ion. "The Solomon and Dora
Ine s Shapiro Building of the
tein Institute of Physics." Mrs.
ll>in> is the widow ol Solomon
kiro ill whose memory the $75.-
I stmi lure was donated The first
ratnrv in the building will lie
ed tospectography, it also con-
a telescope and the first nin-
ting laboratory in the
It Bast.
tauo Church Federation
Approves Tydlngs Resolution
licago.- The Board of Trustees
the Chicago Church Federation
p'srniing nineteen denomina-
and over eight hundred and
^ Churches Ol Metropolitan Chi-
today approved the Tydings
tiiution which requests the Sen-
[ol Hie United States to protest
list the persecution of Jews and
Ir minority groups in Germany.
^M record of this action has been
I to Senator J. Hamilton Lewi
lllnois,
Committees were named at a
meeting las' week for the observ-
ance ol Crippled Children's Foun-
dation Day at a 111" '.ram in Baj -
fronl Park at h p m Saturday
' ii tremor Sholtz Is expected to
speak and the governors ol South
Carolina. North Carolina. Alabama
and Geoi ia have been invited
i he program here will be In con-
nection with a state-wide observ-
inie next Saturday.
A. J. deary was named general
chairman ol the committee in
charge of the program here on I"
committee will lie Prank Roach
representing labor organizations;
Mrs. Earl Wilson, parent-teachel
association; .J. H Pitzpatrick, Miami
Elks: s. s McCahill American
Legion; Mrs/John Maxwell, chair-
man oi the woman's division; W. J.
Reid. hotels; Mrs .1 A very Ouy-
ton. women's clubs; T. E Price and
Fred Del am v. .shrine; tied Pine
w. P. Mooty, Ellis Hollums, Judge
D .i Hefferman, Hal Leyshon, and
John Skillman
Gala Pre-Passover
Dance Is Planned
With a large number of theatrical
stars prominent both on stage and
screen on hand to entertain the
guests, the Pre-Passover dance spon-
sored by the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
UOD promises to be one of the
outstanding events of the current
winter season. The event will be
Rabbi 11: .I:- on m i:
David I. Rosenbloom, Max Shaj
.1 M ii ili i and Julius Wa
M I Inenl
blisher. will take part in
'lemonie Natl an
Wro I '! : il H [man and B
'
Ims
The Sal : To ah will b bn
'n ihe doors oi ti ue by
:>-;n ei ei I Ing 'he ii,
. ind v. ill be marched Into I he :-\ na-
p nd 'i. i he "Shulch
in the accompaniment ol musii b;
an orchestra. The presentation will
be made bv Mr Mil a'n.Mn Jai Ob
formerly ol Atlanta the nicies'
member ol the congregation and It
formally accepted by a rep-
r i e oi the Bi ard ol i Mrei
During the evening tin cere-
monies el filling in the letters ol
tin imall will tie observed and Mr
s s Simonhoff will be the "Sofar'
in charge
.Just two ; igo a similar cei e-
mony was observed by the con
tlon whin a Safer Torah was pre-
sented. Because ol the limited ca
pacity of the Synagogue, the di
will be closed promptly at 8 p in
and all are asked to come befori
that, time.
held at the Main Shrine Temple
Biscayne Blvd. and 14th St., be :n
nlng at it o'clock Tuesday evening,
March 20th, Booth! decorated with
the Passover theme predominating
will contain Passover goodies. Other
decorations will carry out the -ana
ihen.' The proceeds ol this dance
will be used towards the upkeep ol
the Talmud Torah which the or-
anization supports, in cliarge of
arrangements is a committee ol
which Mrs. Louis Kotkm is general
chairman, assisted by Mrs n Kot-
kin. Mrs. I. Buckstein and Nathan
Adelman, reception; Mrs Charles
Tanenbaum, Mrs. Sun Tanenbaum,
Mrs. Nat Abramson. Mrs. N. Blum-
berg. Mrs. Charles Peldman and
Mrs. Louis Pallott. program.
Mrs. M. Kotkln. Mrs. M. Rappa-
port, Mrs. N. Adelman. Mrs. J. L.
Sliocliet. booths; Mrs. Cliarles Tan-
enbaum. tickets,
The formal dedication ol
oriol window al Beth David Syna-
will be :.-
nexl Tuesda: evi torch 20th
beginning a' 8 p m Members ol the
tannin ol !.< se I'.: .'.In,in I
windc b dedicated v.:
liver tun l nilii! le! and will fl
ly present the windows to the
ii Rabbi Max Shapli
deliver the pril .,:
will be in the dedicatii i
' i rs pre .
er mei ibei of tin
| ;
monle: .< will ( tor Loui
man ol thi Cot loi who w ii
i 1 I.' I he Ii i :> i VVi:
dO i Will I I: .me
Mr l u Wi : le and family In
mi mor> .,: En Wi inkle; Mi
m thi ir soi
Cl
:
Chi ".ii Rebei ca W
ii .'. me......
im Wolkow ik the
family in memi
Nathan a: !
brother sol: Cohen ii
I her husband Thoma
Cohen; anil Mi and Mrs. Phllii
Segal in memorj of their mothe;
Mr: i ira 1 ibo\ ::> rhe public I
invited in attend thi i ceremonie:
Cantors To Be
Heard In Concert
the thud annua
cerl ot liturgical music, folk
and ana.-, featuring Cantor Boril
Schlachman ol Beth Jacob C
gatlon Miami Beach im
the best knowi. nation
ally, Cantor i Kaminsky now
n idenl ol Miami. Cantor
Schlachman who .....rved sona
ol the largi si congregations in th,
country, and who has been cantoi
tor the past lour years in Miami
Beach will be in ard in an unusual-
ly fine election o! numbers
in his robust tenor Mine \
i..... who will assisi in the program
are the well known Yiddish artist
Mr Joseph Green berg, and Mr
Joseph Kaminsky. popular Yiddish
actor The event will be held at tin
Beth Jacob Synagogue Miami
on Sunday evening March 25th and
will begin promptly al :i p. m,
Journalist To
Speak Tonight
Pierre \an Paassen, editor and
lecturer, will speak at Temple Is-
rael tonight at 8 p. m.
Mr. van Paassen was born in Bel-
gium of ancient Flemish stock.
He was twice wounded and was
decorated by the late King Albert
Of Belgium for bravery under fire
in the World war. After the war he
came to America, became a feature
writer for the Detroit News and
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform I
117 N. I:. Ninrlrcnlh Slrrfl
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
serviie.-, wii; begin ai 8:16. A guest
iker, Mr pa rre van Paaa
will oi ni]r ,.. pulpil.
At 8 O'clock m Kaplan Hall thei
will be children lervlces held and
conducted by the children then
raking part in the service
will be Edward Rubin. David Low
man Seymour Rubin and Stua
Simon.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
ill Washington x>,-.. Miami Hrarh
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Earlj begin at 6 p. m
with th i 8:15 p. m.
in- Rabin win preach a ser-
freedom.'
C nti b .man will chant
regational singing.
Sat irdaj morning the Rabbi will
pn ni. a. Yiddish. Mincha begins
al r) p. m. followed by Shalosh Sau-
dah and Maarh services.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
IM. s W. Third Slr.l
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Ear!;. begin at 6 p. v.<
witli ti, es ut 8:30 p. ir.
the Rabbi will preach a .ser-
mon on "Thi New Year ol Nissan
: isual congregational smgm .
and chanting will be enjoyed. Sat-
urday morning services begin at P
a. m. with the Mincha services at
5:30 p. in. followed by Shalosh Sau-
dah and Maariv services. Daiiy
morning services begin at 8 a. m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
U'nnaervatire)
IS9 N. W. Third Av,i,u.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Ice begin at 6 p. m.
with tlie late services following a?
8 1". p, m when the Rabbi will
preach on "Can Humanity Change?"
Cantor Louis Hayman and tlie
choir will chant and lead the con-
lonal singing. Saturday morn-
Ing services l>egin at 8 a. m. The
Junior Congregl tion meets at 10:30
a m.
later wa- on the staff of the At-
lanta Constitution. He joined the
New York World organization, and
wa- ent to Europe as a columnist
and correspondent lor the New
York Evening World.
Mr. vat. Paassen la said to be the
best Informed non-Jewish writer on
Jewish problems. He toured Pales-
tine and became intimately ac-
quainted with the Jewish pioneer-
ing work m the Holy Land. His ar-
ticles on Palestine have been pub-
lished in numerous magazines, In-
cluding the Zionist organ, the New
Palestine. He was made an honor-
ary Citizen of Tel-Aviv, the new 100
per cent Jewish city m Palestine.
He Visited Germany ill 1933 and
was arrested by the Nazis lor writ-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDI
PLAYING AT THE 7TH AVENUE
SOCIETY.!
Plai. der obser
have been arranged by
Kosher i- the oldest
strictly koshi t this
area Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth
David Cong ind di-
rect ;. 8a lei ffl ial the nil
March 30th and Mai
. :. of Rabbi
David I Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob
Miami Beati. Pass-
over dairy product* will I
ill 11 ::. : DJ hi F
from a
: ':.. ; irpOSC A
Ish resident of Miami will be the
u d ilrj where he
i eek.
Y .:.- Ml :.
Hi .: Association B 1 Gov-
. i Wi li nighi re-
t! the or-
ganization were given Ne furnish-
ings have been purchased and the
nor of the clubri be
completely renovated. The bsu
ball team has entered the Golden
:. and played lasi nl
at the Y M C A -:. The dia-

All candidates for
m are asked U
::.:- Ml Nat
:: ipper was eli manager and
In full chargi th< bi
Mrs M Leifei da
.- Ima left by Clyde Lrni
to return to their home in Plush-
li i N v '.' Leifi
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bridi :
it the benefit brld of the Loyal-
. club i I Emunah Chapter o. E. s.
C Mrs Lena
>n and Mrs Lillian Friedman
fashion gave these
a hearty handshake
WASHABLE
GLOVES
Since ti:i- Sunshine Fashion glove was introduced by
Burdine's 2,500 women have acclaimed them the
"world's best" chamoisettes. Slip-on or mosque-
taire style, in white only, suede-like fabric.
Burdine's
MIAMI d MIAMI BEACH
^uni/u'ne minion <

JOEL McCREA In
"The Silver < ord"
.;.. pria
for high
. "d.
Temple Isi SI terhood will hold
Its benefit party at the Drauville
Beach Casino Wednesday
2 ; ::. o'clock. In charge of
irrangemeni Is a committee con-
of Mrs Rose Miles as chair-
man, assisted by Mesdames Frank
Coret. H. E Kleiman. Harry Kauf-
man H. U. Feibelman. J G. I
Tobias Simon. J Simpson. B. L
Reisner. and P. ScheinberK. The
public is cordially invited to attend
*
A meetinc of the Chesed Shel
Emeth Sisterhood was held at Beth
David Thursday afternoon and re-
f the work ol ;aniza-
tion were given. Dunne 1934
charity burials have been pro
by the Sisterhood. The run
sale which th orgai con-
at the Odd Fellow- Hall
: Monday. Thurs Satur-
day night, and all members and
friends are urged to make contribu-
tion hing and other apparel.
Hon.' mak< ... be fortune
having as one of then instruct
during the Free Electric Cookinu
School at the Electrical and Radio
show March 24-30. Miss Edwing
Nolan a home service expert of wide
experience and head of the General
Eli trie Institute Kitchen staff.
Park. Cleveland
For the past four year-, as direc-
tor of General Electrics hom- -
vice department. Miss Nolan has
A N
A modern kitchen on wheels will
I j, -.- ... ini Mai h 24th.
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for thi '"" Sh0W
Kn,.,. Dream Kitchen",
it is equipped with all nv
h as
":-
her, ventilatin
.:. radl Min ''"
el
break-
n planning desk
H i wive will be
invited to inspect thi
coach.
al the
Pono '' '
tki plans for Ui
supper and bridge to be Ivi n
25th al Bi :. David Talmud
h Miss Ida Engler Is chairman
of the even!
Plan- in ni arinj i om| lei
nnual fivi :
earn dinner at which Junior Hadas-
Mrs Jaspi C
nd Mrs William Farr
will be toastmistress The dinner
dance will be glen Sundaj i
April 22nd.
Rabbi Julius Wasl i
speaker dui i the evi and
Miss Bead\ (loldi nblank rei
Friday. March 16
'.;
nominating committee will be cw. I
en al this meeting and other \n\
rtant business will be acted or
a program will be pre* nted :_
Mrs Stanley C. Myers, chairman
the program committee whii
include a vocal solo by Ml \i,:;
Cowen accompanied at the pin,
by Mrs Lawrence Sapero
ing by Elyse Bacher. and an ad-3
dress by Dr. Earl T. Moon chair.
man of the first aid and lifi
committee of the Dade County RPj
Ci a social hour will
The public is urged to attend,
TIVOLI
show! 1:15 >nd 9 00 P. M.
~t
The Ladi< I the Jew-
ish Well in B irea I will hold a
board n n Kaplan Hall al
1:30 p m Monday fol
by a gi ni ral mi etii at 2 p m A
20c till 6:30Evening ZSc
Matinees Daily
Sunday-Monday, March ls-is-,
AKREN WILLIAM
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Patronize A
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the Ui ates
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makn.
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Nolan will bi.. to her
boo! audience a hosi
new electi I : erator
recipes as well as ideas for menu-
planning. She will also discuss
kitchen arrangement, marketing,
food preseration and attractive and
economical ways to use left-i
Closing Miami's Most Brilliant Season
Tropical Park
// est of the Hilt more Tower
Twelve Racing Days
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Friday. March 16, 1934
THF JEWISH FLORIDIAN
[HE JEWISH
'LORIDIAN
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IKWISH FI.OHIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
I*. O. II..\ 2973
liami, Florida Phone 2-1183
Page Three
kihtokiai. offices:
n S. W. 15th Avenue I'hone 2-1183
J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor
1KB K. SHOCIIET. Cirrulalion Manager
fANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
a Willingness to understand the
nature of the Jewish problem, un-
less there is a desire to penetrate
beneath distortion and gossip and
rumor, there can be no basis for any
really harmonious and lastln re
latlonship between Jews and Chris-
tians. TO support any activity that
promises less is merely illusory.
Rabbis as well as Christian clergy-
men might heed the word-, ol thai
liberal figure, Mrs. pinchot.
niered kc.....I elan matur July 4.
Mil. at Hi,- To 1 Office at Miami. Florida,
i..r Hi,. Act "f Mnr.-h 3. I8T9.
WEST PALM BEACH
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION

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SIM
12.01
FBI
DAY. MARCH 16, 1934
Vol. 7No. 11
The Levant
Fair
indicative of Palestine's rcmark-
B< development durum the past
w Mars, the Levant Fair, which
^1 be held 111 Tel Avi\ nexl month.
la tubule to the progressiveness
the Jewish Homeland. Acclaim-
"Ihe show window ol the east."
the i.i'.ani Fair has assumed an
imp'iii.in' place in the commercial
life '.1 Asia Many countries in all
pan. Hi Hi,, -lobe will be repre-
senicd al the Fair, which will this
yei in uiur ,ls large M ,j. iaM
tap- item n i> significant that this
Ol importance to the mdus-
llfe of ihe entire cast, should
take place m Tel Aviv. The magical
v "' i''; Am li, present [ev-
il ommerclal activity have con-
luted much id the welfare of |
tstine. Thai Palestine Is becom-
iiii increasingly Important trade
In the east will be mani-
I ed at the Fair when buyers from
Mia Tillye Slmovltz entertained
recently at her residence 836 South
Delaware Ave to compliment two
miinc: Tampans. Mrs Morris Coolik
"i Newnan, Oa. and Mrs. Herman
Blumberg, ol Dothan, Ala. Mrs.
Blumberg, who is the former Miss
Bee Rosenberg, \s visiting her pa-
rents, Mr, and Mrs, M, Q. Rosen-
berg, and Mrs, Coolik, the former
Miss Lena Argintar and daughter
Sandra arc the guests ol her pa-
rents. Mr and Mrs. Max Argintar.
Garden flowers formed a vari- i
colored decorating scheme. Prizes |
were awarded for winners In the .
bride., games and the honor gue
received gifts from the hostess, who
was assisted in the hospitalities by
her sister, Miss Mildred Slmovltz. A
salad course was served al a late
hour.
lie Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, 154.". S. W. 3rd st.. where
the ancient traditional ceremonies of a "Siyuin llatorah" will be ob-
served Sunday evening. Rabbi Julius Washer will direct the ceremonies.
with other Rabbis of Greater Miami participating.
West Palm Beach
Notes
St. Petersburg
Notes
Rabbi A S. Kleinfeld will speak
on "The Power and Influence of
Religion" at the services on Fridav
performance for the benefit of the
Crippled Children's Home, was B
guesl al the Friday Eve. services al
Congregation Bnai Israel.
There will be a 6 o'clock Lunch-
Rabbi M Schulman ol Temple Religion" at the services on Friday eon and Bridge this Sunday Eve
Emanual ol New ork wa as guest Evc- l 8 o'clock .at Congregation \ March 18th. sponsored by the Bo-
at Beth Israel Services IasI Friday Bna' Israel, 921 9th St, No. Satur- I clal Committee, to be held at the
night. He Is spending the winter al
Palm Beach
day morning services commence al
9 o'clock. All friends and tourists
are cordially invited.
it
Mi and Mrs .Manuel Aronovit/
ol 2729 Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood
I'aik. entertained with open house
Sunday afternoon, March 11th,
from 3 in o'clock in honor of Mr.
and Mi.' i'> Weissman i>; Brooklyn.
N Y.
I'l.c hou e was decorated with
[lowers, from an
elaborately decorated table In the
dining room refreshments wen
served and tea was poured by Mrs
Woll and Mrs L Pondlana.
About is called during the
afterni
Mrs, John Woli was hostess al a
card patty to :i large number ol
friends IasI week Mrs Schutzer and
Mrs. Tom Smith were awarded
prizes for high scores. Mr and Mrs
Katz house guests ol the Wolfs
uerc guests ol honor.
Mi and Mrs .Jacob Miller serv-
ed ail tin worshippers with elegani
refreshments IasI Friday Eve. after
the services in celebration of their
new grandchild.
countries throughout Asia will
I >ne the Fair. Much has already
accomplished In Palestine, but
apparent that the Jewish
eland will become an Import-
industrial country before many
are past The Levant Fair
not only attest to the comiiier-
Importance of Palestine, but
indicate the progress which the
>'ry has made and make ap-
bl its enormous possibllitie
Jewish Standard.
olerance Not
Enough"
remained for an outstanding
Man to repudiate, with vigor
I' it the current campaign for
ranee' inward the Jew. Mrs,
rd Pinchot, wife ol the Penn-
nia Governor, speaking at a
nuance of "The Romance of a
'' in Philadelphia, declined
"Tolerance Is not enough, it
aks a certain quality ol con-
nsion. Understanding is what
quired to bridge the gap be-
ji n
Silver
tweet. Christian and Jew."
seeiri 'in -Mouth of the
The Ladies Auxiliary ol Rodoph
Sholom Temple acted as hostess at
the annual joint meeting ol the
National Council Ol Jewish Women.
the Temple Guild Sisterhood and
the auxiliary ol Temple Rodoph
Sholom Wednesday afternoon,
March 14th, Bl p m. In the Ro-
doph sholom auditorium,
A board meeting of the council
was held at 2 15 preceding the reg-
ular meeting after reports were
heard from the ariou.- organiza-
tions, Mrs Henry Brash, read a
paper on the "History ol the Coun-
cil." Mr Sam Verkauf and Mrs. H
N Sandier gavi vocal solos
The receiving line consisted of the
Ol the auxiliary who are
Mrs A. R Berger, Mrs. B. Halmo-
vltz, Mrs. P. Gotler, Mrs. M. H.
Kisler, Mrs J Wittner, Mrs Henry
Hi a- li and Mrs I I.iebinan
Dainty refreshments consisting of
ices, cakes and mints were served
the guests.
Palm Beach Lodge Bnai Brith
met last Monday nlghl at the Mon-
terey Hotel when important busi-
ness was transacted and officers for
the coming term were nominated.
Beth El Sisterhood la sponsoring
i bridge part-, al the Horton Inn
Palm Beach next Sunday nighl for
the benefit ol Beth El building fund.
Yasha Davidoff, the Russian art-
ist who was m the City to lender a
Congregation. 921 9th St. No. All
members, friends and tourists are
invited; a large crowd is anticipat-
ed.
The Council of the Congregation
Is giving a novelty dance at the
Congregation, 921 9th St. No. on
Wednesday Eve. March 21st. There
will be a number of surprises and
good music All friends and tour-
ists are invited.
THE
Friday evening services at Beth
El begins at 8:15 and all are invited
to attend,
Friday evening services al Beth
Israel begins at li 15 with Dr. Carl
N. Herman officiating. The publil
is invited.
Mr Sam Goldman prominent lo-
cally Is confined to his home by Ill-
ness.
All society items lor the Jewish
Floridian for Palm Beach. West
Palm Beach and surrounding terri-
tory should lie sent to Mr. Sam
Schutter, our correspondent al 429
Clematis St., Wesl Palm Beach.
l)r Bernard M Kaplan ol Nl v
York, formerly of California, ad-
dressed the worshippers al Beth El
Congregation last Friday night on
the importance ol the Jewish place
Ol worship in the communal and
spiritual life ol the city.
Public
tied.
opinion Is never tongue-
Some men go about looking for
temptation to yield to
Warning to Bachelor's Club:
When you see a dog leading a man.
you know that that man is blind:
but when you see a man leadiim a
dog. you know that that man is
leading a dog's life.
When a wise man Is too tired to
think, his talk is sine to sound
foolish.
A woman .an gel even with a mar.
by marrying him or by refusing to
do so
Men who try to keep up appear-
ances often find it necessary to
keep up disappearances later on.
Into each life some rain must fall.
Some days must be dark and
blurry.
We're bound to get some share oi
all
Red lights when we're in a hurry.
of
at:
pr
of
movement and allied vicious
opments, are becoming dls-
pmed about the worthwhileness
entire good will movement
merely provides a few men
topics for sermon i peeches or
B, Jews can sacrifice no more
peir sen-respect, their dignity
[their pride by accepting the
fer of "tolerance" on the part
irtstian tones, unless there L-
At a meeting ol the Merry Fel-
lows club recently plans were made
for a semi-formal dance March 2d
al th Tampa Yacht and Country
club at a meeting al the home ol
Mr. irvm Salsbury, 58 Davis boule-
vard.
Mr. Fred Poller, Dr J L. Schwartz
and Mr William WOlfson arc in
charge ol re i rvations and Manuel
Sanchez orchestra will piav for
dancing.
A buffel supper was served alter
the meeting with Mrs Irvln Sals-
bury .mil Miss Ruth Salsburj as-
sisting m the hospitalities, other
guests were o.iar Verkaul. Adolph
Well, Julius Sllverman, Simon
Dr, and Mrs Bernard M Kaplan
who arc spending the winter month.-
ill West Palm Beach were the week
end guests ol their niece Mr- M
8 Sega] oi Deal. N .J. al her Miami
home.
Thirteen is always an unlucky
number for some one when it con-
sist, oi 12 jurymen and a |udge
It is easier to tell how a thing
OUghl to be done than to make good
when you try it yoursell
Parole Chief: Are there any other
reasons you'd like to advance for
being paroled at this time?
Prisoner: Yes. I'm supposed to
Visit my dentist, every six months
Imnia Dodo wants to know U a
guy who lights with his feet is an
arch-enemy.
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtci. founder and
director ol the Radio Synagog will
preach over Radio station wiod al
10 o'clock Sunday morning on
"Prophets, Ancient and Modern."
In addition to the sermon there
will be prayers, music, scripture
reading, hymns and a question box
Schwartz, Dr. Alfred Augustine,
Louis Slmovltz, Maurice Fitiman
Nal Rablnovlch and Sol Fleisch-
lllllll.
It makes me boil. I tear my hair
There's "cocktail'' plastered cvery-
whel i
in magazines, in papers too.
They all seem in an awful stew;
It's "cocktail'' this and "cocktail' ,
that.
A "COCktall" dre.-s. a cocktail'' hat '
"Cocktail" jackets, "cocktail' bags
We've always had those cock
jags,
"Cocktail" hours, "cocktail" bars.
(O. M. may soon make "cocktail"
cars.)
Not to mention "cocktail" rooms
'io drive away depression glooms.
Now don't get riled. I'm not a prude,
I've gone home often somewhat
-.tewed.
I'm just a guy what ol .1 grudge
rn have my say refuse to budge,
Till someone says he really thinks
"COCktall" should be confined to
DRINKS.
It's a question these days with the
European parent whether to send
the problem child to military school
or let him grow up and run the
country
The quantity of chewing tobacco
still sold in the country would sur-
prise you. as no claim Is made thai
it contains the sunshine vitamin
What's become ol the old
toned girl in her late teens who had
to hustle through the dinner dishes
to appear in a Charleston contest''
A herring on show at Yale is 15
feet long and its age rims into mil-
lions of years Our modern type is
shorter and smells only half as old.
In our youth, the up-to-date
young thing gol these red finger
nails, so much affected now. by try-
ing to hang a picture.
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SOCIETY
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gTlic annual children's Sadcr for
pupils of the Talmud Torah and
biclay .school of the Miami Jewish
thodox Congregation will be held
the SynaRORue on Wednesday
riing, March 28th, beginning at
. m. under the direction of Rab-
Julius Washer. The children will
duel the entire ritual of the
|er and will be served refresh-
its by the Ladies Auxiliary of
Congregation.
*
Pith the dosing of Hialeah Park
crrmv, the openinR of Tropical
Park i beinu awaited by the many
raci: enthusiasts now in Greater
Mtei) i Many of the horses that
have !) < ii stabled at Hialeah Park
will lie "ii in action at Tropical
Park lor the last two weeks of the
racii
comi
othe;
Dw'
Schtr. ler have completed all ar-
rang :m n' lor the twelve day
meet and with the arrival of racing
secre' cry John li Campbell and his
assfc' 'lit Francis Dunne, yesterday
every lung will be in readiness foi
the ( i nmg of the final meet of the
sa&s
n Increased purses have been
offered and splendid raciiiR is ex-
pected.

The Senior Chapter of Miami
Hadassah Is sponsoring a benefit
bridge at the Blackstone Hotel next
Tuesday afternoon March 20th at
2 p. m. with Mrs. Gertrude Berlin
in charge of the committee of ar-
rangements. Among those assisting
her are Mesdames Joseph William-
son and Harry Weinberg. Prizes
will be awarded for high scores and
refreshments will be served. The
affair will be held in the garden of
the hotel.
PLAYING AT THE
/7\ oil THEATRF
Last Moncay aiiernoon Mr. Joseph
Morgenstein of Cleveland. Ohio,
president of the Zionist district
season, with a large number there delivered the principal ad-
here from New Orleans and | dress of the meetiiiR to the mem-
tracks. William Vincent bers of the Senior Hadassah at their
and business manager Prank regular meeting in the Acacia Club.
A number of out of town viitors de-
livered brief addresses.
Last night Pierre Van Passen
noted writer and correspondent was
the guest of honor at a reception in
the home of Mrs. Jos. Williamson
i-'iven by the Miami Chapter of
Senior Hadassah and the local
Zionist district. Mr. Passen spoke of
the progress of Zionism and condi-
tions affecting Jewry throughout
the world.
Adulta 20r
Children 10c
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p.m. Sunday
ne 2-6551 Evenings 20c
rWfcday-Monday, March 1K-19
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Beth David Sisterhood will pre-
sent a Yiddish play in the Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall Monday
evening. March 19th at 8:30 p. m.
featuring Joseph Kaminsky in the
well known Yiddish drama "Die
Verlozene Bloom."

On Wednesday. March 21st at 2
p. in. Beth David Sisterhood will
hold an important meeting of its
membership at which important
business will be acted on. At this
meeting a nominating committee to
recommend officers for the coming
year will be chosen. All members
are urged to attend.
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With Warren Williams, one of
the most popular screen stars of the
day in the title role, the Tivoli
Theatre will present "The Match
King" next Sunday and Monday.
This versatile actor will be seen in
B role affording him the opportun-
ity to show his talents in a very ef-
fective manner. In tlie story depict-
ing the life of the underworld, he
runs the gamut of Its intrigues and
glamors, He is supported by an able
cast.
Mrs. R. Beck and Mrs. S. Traeger
were the hostesses last Tuesday
night at one of the regular bi-
weekly card parties of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation. Quite a tidy
sum was realized for the Talmud
i Torah fund of the organization.
Prizes were awarded at the individ-
i ual tables and refreshments were
served.
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Mr. and Mrs. N. Adelman and
sister Rachel who left to spend sev-
eral weeks in the north are expect-
ed to return to the city sometime
next week.

Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio
Synagogue who underwent an oper-
ation for tonsils last Monday is now
at his home convalescing.
I.I I.I DAMITA in
"The Match King"
Sunday evening. March 25th. the
Women's Club of the Workmen.-.
Circle is sponsoring its annual con-
cert featuring the noted Yiddish
artist.s Maxim Borodin and Zelda
Slatin in a repertoire of Yiddish
folk songs and operatic selections.
They will be assisted by the well
known Yiddush actor Victor Pecker.
Full details will appear in our next
issue.
Jai Alai is still carrying the
crowds nightly at the large Bis-
cayne Fronton despite all other at-
tractions in this area. With excit-
ing, fast and closely contested
games all during the evening the
spectator Ls kept on edge all nigh!
long. The wagers are paying splen-
did odds because of the uncertainty
of the results. Champions of many
South American countries vie heat-
edly with each other lor points and
tames. There is no fooling at any
time because lack of attention to
the course of the pelota may mean
serious and even fatal injujry.

Temple Israel Sisterhood is plan-
ning its annual Sedar dinner to be
given March 30. at Kaplan hall.
Mrs. Addie von Staven and Mrs. Rae
Rase Miles form the committe
chairmen, assisted by Mrs. Louis
Zemitz. Mrs. Hilda Reisner. Mrs. A
Kaufman. Mrs. H. Reichenbach and
Mrs. J. H Kaplan.
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women gave its annual dinner and
bridge Tuesday at the Tokio roof
garden. Original prizes were offer-
ed and a floor show presented by
pupils ol the F. W Kehl studio of
dance.
A special meeting of the council
was held at 8 p. m. Wednesday in
the Talmud Torah building, when
plans for a membership party on
March 20. in the form of a Pirate
party were discussed Miss Oertrude
Rappaport. Miss Ruth Sontag. Miss
Lee Kasanof. Miss Mildred Dreisen
and Miss Mary Relchman form the
committee in charge.
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The girls' division of the Young '.
Men's Hebrew Association will spon-
sor a dance at the Frolics club on
March 20. Miss Myrtle Goldberg,
chairman will be assisted by Miss
Charlotte Furman. chairman of pub-
lic ltv. and Mi.ss Evelyn Marks and
Miss Shirley Elkin. chairman of
tickets. Tickets may be obtained
from this committee

Mr. and Mrs. Louts Weinkle.
prominent communal workers of
Miami announce the engagement ol
their daughter Lena to Mrs. Leo
Arthur Chaikin son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Chaikin of Miami. Miss Wein-
kle has been an active worker lo-
cally for the past several years, and
was for a time president of the
Miami chapter of Junior Hadassah.
she is a native of Atlanta. Ga
where she received her education.
Mr. Chaikin is a merchant here and
Is a native of Boston. Mass., where
he graduated from Wentworth In-
- Itute. He has been an active work-
' and ofliecr of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association. The marriage
will be an event Ol early June.

A unique variation of the eternal
triangle, picturing the selfish wo-
man who intervenes between her
son and his wife with her abnormal
maternal love, is the dramatic
theme of "The Silver Cord." star-
im- Irene Dunne at the 7th Avenue
Theatre next Sunday and Monday.
The domineering Mrs. Phelps is
the mother who is substantially the
cither woman" because her devo-
tion to he rtwo sons wrecks an en-
gagement and almost mars a marri-
age. When David Phelps brought
his wife- Christina to his mothers
household, both immediately had to
contend with Mrs. Phelps' selfish
regard for David. Christina not
bearing Mrs. Phelps' overwrought
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sentiment promptly leaves David.
willing to face the future alone with
a forthcoming baby, thus bringing
on a crisis.

Hon. Claude Pepper, one of the
most active democrats in the State
who recently announced his candi-
dacy for the United States Senate
from Florida in opposition to the
incumbent Sen. Park Trammell, is
a native of Alabama where he re-
ceived his education. He worked in
the steel mills later entering the
University of Alabama, where he
received his A. B. degree: later he
received his LL.B. degree from Har-
vard. He subsequently taught law
at the University of Arkansas. He
came to Florida in 1935 and has
practiced in Tallahassee .since 1930.
He served in the State Legislature
in the 1929 session. Was a member
of State Democratic Executive com-
mittee in 1929 and 1930 and a mem-
ber of the State Board of Law
Examiners in 1933. He Ls campaign-
ing upon a platform of progressive
aid for the State of Florida and an
endorsement of the policies of rPes-
ident Roosevelt.
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