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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1934
Price Five Cents
ewish News Electric Show Cantor Presents "Siyum" Attracts
Around The Opens Tomorrow Annual Recital | Large Audience
ri Jenu Would Be Born of
i m.in Jews if Resurrected Now
Birmingham, England.If Jesus
kie to life today he would seek
I be born into a German-Jewish
ilv as a protest against Hitler-
whlch is seeking to spread
, the Reverend Scarlett de-
red in a sermon here.
j/ig Deserted As Foreign Buyers
eipzig.A funeral atmosphere
trades this city because of the
too noticeable absence of for-
buyers at the annual Leipzig
e Fair There arc crowds in
city but with few exceptions
are Germans. American. Eng-
and French customers are ab-
ind the world-wide boycott Is
D responsible. Hundreds of
ths rented by the year an
Bd. The booths that remain
are doing no business. Sales-
stand around idly and hope-
fully Whatever sales are being
2 are of German goods by
man purchasers. save for
Itseers and German buyers, the
|porary halls and show places
smartly crowded with foreign
(rs are deserted.
It*t Department's Inter-
vention Kills New BUI to
to reduce all immigration
las by GO per cent has been
pi by the House Immigration
unittee on the recommendation
fee state Department.
All plans are complete and dis-
plays are now ready for the open-
ing or the Electrical and Radio
Show to the public tomorrow morn-
ing Saturday. March 24th. at 10
The Cinderella Ballroom has
been attractively decorated thru-
out and special lighting and othei
effects have been installed on the
front of the building and the street
I in front of the Cinderella Ball-
1 room and on Miami Avenue to
The program has been filled with
interesting and attractive features
i to those attending, Among these
will be a broadcast tomorrow morn-
ing at 10 A. M. and the entertain-
ment program tomorrow afternoon
A novel feature of the show will
be Radio station WEE which will
broadcast special programs and
which will be picked up by radio
sets thru-out the show floor. This
station is the smallest broadcasting
Station in the world and will prove
Of extreme interest to all attending
A tree electric cooking school
which opens on Monday afternoon.
March 2ii. at 'J:30 will prove of
real interest to Miami housewives
and at the same time be instruc-
tive, as the two Home Economists.
Miss Nolan and Mrs. Lowdermilk
who have been secured by the
Electric League to conduct these
cooking sessions are both national-
ly known and have conducted
school thru-out the country.
it is suggested that all those who
are going to attend the free cook-
ing school beginning Monday, plan
to come early because indications
arc that there will be a large crowd
attending these sessions.
Ir Returning Sephardie Jews
naSephardie Jews re-
linu to Spain are not to be
Jrded as aliens but as Spanish
I coming back to their own
'he municipal council of
ina has ruled. A rccomtnen-
on that this ruling be adopted
fhe Catalina parliament was
voted. The decision was made
he case of a Sephardie family
came here from Greece and
On the verge of being deported.
lamily then appealed to the
B> ipal council which instructed
f/gC Bias Against Jews in
pew York CWA Administration
tw YorkA charge that Jews
being discriminated against
JWA employment In New York
was among the complaints
with the New York Division
ne CWA administration by a
gation of CWA workers headed
David Lasser of the Association
Pivil Work Employes. Lasser is
kg to get the local CWA ad-
Istration to make a statement
At a meeting of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation held last Monday night
ai the Synagogue the annual elec-
tions resulted in the following of-
ficers being chosen to serve for the
next year. Philip Libennan. honor-
ary president ; Harry I. Llpton.
president; Harry Wasserman and
Jacob Becker, vice presidents; M.
B. Frank, secretary and M. Abra-
ham treasurer. The Board of Di-
rectora consists of Messrs. I. L.
Mmt/cr. A. Rauzin. Louis Bloom-
field. John Meyer. Moses Krieger.
Harry Levitt. Sam Blanck. J. Wein.
J. Mat*. L. Abrams. Louis Schwartz,
M. B. Herman, and Chas. Tobin of
Miami Beach, and B. Brown of
New York. S. Finkelslein and A.
Koppelman of Boston. S. Steincr
of Chicago, J. Brenner of Cleve-
land, J. Poliakewitz of Bedford.
Me., and Fred Ehrenkrantz of So.
Orange. N. J. The officers will be
installed in a formal ceremony, the
date of which will be announced
An event looked forward to by
residents and tourists of the Great-
er Miami area is the fourth annual
concert featuring Cantor Boris I
Schlachman of Beth Jacob Cong. ,
Miami Beach next Sunday evening I
March 25th at the Synagogue be- |
ginning at 8 p. m. when the Cantor
will be assisted by I. Kaminsky and
other noted artists. A program
featuring liturgical music. Jewish
folk songs, original recitatives and
Jewish music will be preesnted dur-
ing the evening. A number of local
artists will be heard in various
Violin and piano numbers during
the evening cantor Boris Schlach-
man who Is now completing his
inth consecutive year with Eeth
Jacob Congregation has been can-
tor In some ot the largest congre-
gations In the country and has re-
ceived much praise for his true
interpretations of Jewish music
particularly liturgical numbers He
possesses a robust baritone voice ol
splendid timber and beauty.
Drive For Funds
Local Hadassah enthusiasts an
planning a thorough canvass ot
the Greater Miami area to awake::
the Jewish public towards their
duty to Hadassah. Sponsored by
the Board of the Senior Hadassah
of this district, appeals will be
made In each of the four syna-
gogues in this area for contribu-
tions by each Jew of the sum ol
one dollar towards the raising of a
one thousand dollar fund locally
This will be sent towards the erec-
tion of the, Hadassah Medical
building in the Hebrew University
at Mt. Scopus Palestine. Mrs. Max
Dobrin president of the local chap-
ter Is heading the drive.
To Give Concert
Under the auspices of the local
Workmen's Circle Miamians will
be given the opportunity of hear-
ing the famous Yiddish artiste
Maxim Borodin and Zelda Slatln
in a repertoire of Yiddish and Rus-
sian folk songs and operatic arias.
Attended by an audience that oc-
cupied every seat, packed every
aisle, crowded the spacious vesti-
bule, and gathered around the out-
side walls, the ceremonies of the
"Siyom Hatorah" were conducted
last Sunday night at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation. An
orchestra played Jewish numbers
and the ceremonies began with the
processional led by Mr. Philip
Berkowitz carrying the "Safer To-
rah". As he entered the front doors,
all local and visiting Rabbis head-
ed by Rabbi Julius Washer left the
pulpit and to the singing of a
psalm by Cantor Nathan Wroobel
marched In solemn procession to
greet the Torah. At the door the
Rabbis, with the whole assembly
standing, waited until the Safer
Torah began the procession to the
altar, they followed. Amidst an
impressive silence the proceedings
began with the formal presentation
by Mr. A. Jacobs formerly of At-
lanta .and the oldest member of
the congregation. Mr. Milton Wern-
er president of the congregation
delivered the formal speech of ac-
ceptance Delivering addresses dur-
ing the evening were Rabbi Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom.
Rabbi Karlinsky of Tel Aviv. Pal-
estine. Rabbi S. M. Machtei and
Rabbi Julius Washer of the Con-
gregation. Cantors Boris Schlach-
man. Louis Hayman and M. Feld-
man of Chicago sang. During the
services a silent prayer was offered
for the recovery of little Ellen Fut-
terfass. the granddaughter of Mrs
Ida Buckstein first president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the congrega
tion. Then came the filling in of the
letters of the Scroll by members of
the audience who gave contribu-
tions to the Synagogue. The prin-
cipal address of the evening by Ar-
thur Erisbanc. noted editorialist
and writer, closed the services. Mr.
J. Louis Shochet chairman of the
arrani ements committee presided
during the evening, He was assist-
ed by Messrs. P. Berkowitz. H. M
Drevich. Max Mintzer. Fred K
Shochet. Abe Berkowitz and Max
Silver; and Mesdames Harry Kot-
kin. Morris Kotkin. Louis Kotkin.
J. L. Shochet and Miss Sarah Sho-
chet. Mr. S. S. Simonhoff was the
Sofayr in the ceremonies. Quite a
large sum was realized during the
evening as the result of the con-
Borodin and his accompanying
artists are now completing a tour
of the United States under the
auspices of the national Work-
men's Circle and wherever these
artists have appeared in concert
they have been warmly acclaimed.
Borodin who was heard here last
year possesses a beautiful tenor
voice which charms the hearer.
'I hese artists who will appear Sun-
day evening March 25th beginning
at 8 p. m. at the Beth David Tal-
! mud Torah will be supported by
the noted Yiddish actor Victor
Packer. The public is urged to at-
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
111 Waahington Ave.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbl.
Services begin tonight at 6 p.
m with the late services at 8:15
when the Rabbi will preach on
"Elijah", a sermon dedicated to the
newly elected officers. Saturday
morning the Rabbi will preach in
Yiddish on "Shabbas Hagodol and
its importance." Next Wednesday
at 7 p. m. the annual children's
Sader will be held at the Syna-
gogue beginning at 7 p. m. when
the children under the direction of
the Rabbi will conduct the entire
ritual. Next Friday morning March
30th immediately following the
morning services the traditional
"Siyum" for first born sons will be
conducted by the Rabbi.
\1I\MI JEWISH ORTHODOX
154.', S. W. Third Strut
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Early services begin at 6 p. m.
with late services at 8:30 when the
Rabbi will preach on "The Spring-
time of Hope." Saturday morning
services begin at 9 a. m. Next Fri-
day morning March 30th immedi-
ately following the morning ser-
vices, the annual traditional "Si-
yom" for first born sons will be
conducted by the Rabbi at the
Synagogue .All are invited to at-
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
139 N. W. Third A......,
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Early services begin at 6 p. m.
with the late services in charge of
the Junior congregation at 8 p. m
Marshall Levins will preach a ser-
monette on "Our Jewish Ideals '
The Rabbi will preach on Does
Zionism conflict with American-
ism?" The Jr. Cantor Irving Gins-
berg will chant. The usual congre-
gational singing will be directed
by Cantor Louis Hayman. Satur-
day morning the Rabbi will preach
in Yiddish on "Shabbas Hagodol."
Marshall Levins the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis M. Levins will be Bar
Mitzva. He will recite the Haftoro
and deliver a brief address in Eng-
lish. Following the services the
parents will be hosts to the wor-
shippers in the Talmud Torah Hall
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbl
Services begin tonight at 8:15
p. m. when the Rabbi will preach
a sermon on "The origin and mean-
ing of the Synagogue." A demon-
stration Sader for the children of
the Sunday srhol will be held un-
der the direction of Rabbi Kaplan
Sunday morning at 10 a. m.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. March 23. i*
Jewish Welfare Bureau aux
met In Kaplan hall Monday when
the nominating committee was
elected as follows: Mrs. Bertha E.
Levy. Mrs. Frank Corn. Mrs Mor-
ris Dubler. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Mrs L Hartz. The ..
will sponsor a card party April 11
at the home of Mrs. Morris Rubin
The program was in charge of Mr-
Myers and included a talk on :
aid by Dr. Earl Moore: vocal selec-
tions. Mrs. Moms Cowan, accom-
panied by Mrs. Lawrence Sapero:
reading. The Shopping List E
Bacher. The opening prayer and
the social hour were in chare of
Mrs Dubler. hospitality chairman.
Dr. Sophie Morgenthaler and
Miss Rose Morgenthaler returned
to Daytona Beach following a 10-
day visit with Mr. and Mr.-. Harry
Morgenthaler in Coral Gables.
Senior Hadassah. Miami chap-
ter, sponsored a card party Tues-
day in the gardens of the Black-
stone Hotel. The committee in
charge included Mrs. Gertrude Eer-
lin. chairman; Mrs Joseph Wil-
liamson. Mrs. L Heiman. Mrs. A.
Goldstein Mr- B Weinkli Mrs.
H Weinberg, Mrs. H. Platoff and
Mrs. H Gell. Refreshments were
served The sewing circle will meet
all d Ith Mrs E. S.
Reinu.- 160 N E. Forty-fourth
Mr and Mr- J i Sym rid
nounce the en) gemen! "heir
daughter. Oert rude, 1
son o: Mr and Mrs. E. L>
wedding will take place In June.
Mrs Rose Miles was chairman
of the garden party sponsored for
the benefit of Temple Israel E
hood Deauville Beach Casino last
sday. Assisting her were the
president. Mrs Beatrice Weinstein
and Mrs H. Core:. Mr.-. Herbert
Feibelman. Mrs. Bert Reisner. Mrs
Harry Kaufman. Mrs. Gerald
Mrs TObias Simon. Mr- P
Scheir.b'-rj Mrs. J. Simpso:. and
Mrs. Herbert Kieir.man. The ban-
quet cloth, donated by the late
Maj. Kaufman Mandell was award-
race enthusiasts are urged to at-
tend the real sport at Tropical
Park Some of the finest thorough-
breds in the countr. ten daily
i |] matched races a; this beau-
tiful track out Coral Gables
: : the ho:
ha\e attracted the cream of the
horses of the country and the
good prices paid daily during the
ring have stimul th< brisk
With Warnn William
popular >creei I
th( daj :.'. thl titli :.e 7th
Avenue Theatre will present "The
Kin : xi Sunda;
a very effective ma] ner
j depictinc the life 01 the
Always Mindful of Their Welfare and
Particular Requirements, we will pro-
vide our customers with the finest of
I nder the Supervision of
RABBI DAVID I. ROSKNBLOOM
of Beth Jacob Cong.. Miami Beach
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PLACE VOIR ORDERS WITH OUB ROUTE MAN. OR PHONE
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Miami's Onl\ Jewish liir\
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SUPREME IN KASHRUTH AND
QUALITY F ROM THE WORLD'S
LARGEST AND FINEST MATZO
underworld, he runs the gamut of
its intrigues and glamors. He is
supported by an able cast
"Big Cast" pictures, productions
with enough star names to grace
half a dozen ordinary screen at-
tractions, invariably produce the
finest entertainment of the year.
Motion picture producers make
sure, before they include a cast
that embraces a half dozen or more
"big money" names, that they have
a story that will be of extraordi-
nary Interest, and of enough popu-
lar appeal to warrant the expendi-
ture that such a cast represents.
Man's Castle." at the Tlvoli
Theatre .Sunday and Monday Is tin
latest to be added to the category
that already includes i
Howl." "Dinner at Eight." and
"Lady For A Day." The Columbia
picture. "Man's Castli has a cast
headed by Loretta Young and Spi n-
cer Tracy, with a roster of support-
.* : that includes Mar-
jorie Rambeau. Glenda Farrell.
Walter Connolly. Arthur H":
Dickie Moore. In addition, it was
directed by the ace-director of
moviedom. Frank Borz^t
The annual children's Sader oi
thi Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will be held at the Syna-
gogue Wednesday evening March
28th. beginning at 7 30 p. m Rabb:
JuliiLs Washer will be in charge
with pupils of the Talmud Torah
and Sunday school conductini
Sader in all its ceremonials. The
officers and members of the Ladil
Auxiliary will pro\.<
and are in charge of the an
for the affair which
Thi Junior Count;.
..: hold ai:
mi tin tnd sewing cln .
i .. mi : '.:.
Man h 271 h All
an irged ti attend.
Miss Shirley Elkin entertained a
r of friends at lu-r home in
honor of the birthday of Abe Tish-
ler who has been spending thi
Miami Beach. The home was
beautifully decorated for the even!
and following games and dancing
a delicious ice course was served
Beth David Sisterhood Will be
to the children of its Talmud
Torah and Sunday school at its
annual children's Sader next Sun-
day morning March 25th in the
Talmud Torah Hall. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will be in charge with the
children conducting the ritual
Mrs Harry Ohphant i- in charge
I Of the arrangements committee of
the Sisterhood, which will provide
goodies for the children
!65 N. i:. Second St.
lunces That Beautiful
BEGINNING MARCH SOTH
Will Be Conducted By
Rabbi Max Sbapiro
. lor the enti
k or for thi Sai
Dinner and Supper will be
ed during the entire week.
^\I)KR 12.00 each
The enure week including
MATZO MEAL FAR.FEL CAKE MEAL EGG MATZO MATZO CEREAL.
At a recent meeting of the Ch.s- of benefits were acted on. t^
ed Shel Emeth Sisterhood officers will be anounced shortly throu*
were chose, and plans lor a series these columns.
MIAMI d MIAMI BEACH
Sum/u'iw Tauiion <
riday, March 23, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
J. LOUIS SIMM III. I Editor
BD K. BBOCHBT, Circulation Manner
^TOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Itcreil hs s.toihI Ha*a mutter July 4.
B (I tin- Poll Offic* al Miami. Florida!
it the Act of March '>. 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
VMV [FWmH!the Ughl of otner men"s y-te
llllJ JJ-J tV X Oil entitled to pennant place.
n I O iQ T iTI T A 1VT r pity hlm' u Inust bL'a"awlul
L-l \J It 1 LJ 1 /\ 11 burden to go through life forever
--------------------------------------------in one's own bad graces. It must
PUBLIBHEO^BVEBY FRIDAY | be soul-dwarfing to know that the
wish Ki.oRiniAN I'Iihi.ishing CO. other fellow dare not have confi-
iami, Florida JPhone 2-1183 d'"((' "' oul wonte or our motives.
A man is as god aa his inten-
EIHTOKIAI. OFFICES: T1 lu""
s. w. l.-.th Avenu. i'hon 2-iiM | uons- > know some two-legged ani-
- mals who never had an honest in-
tention in their lives. Other men
realize instinctively that they are-
n't on the level, and shrink from
What is (here to be gained by
playing the game with loaded
dice? A lie never has succeeded m
evading for all time the searchlight
of Truth, Chicanery takes the count
from Honor in the long run. The
fellow who snoops usually knows
enough to sidestep when the man
who walks erect comes along.
Life is a matter of contrast.
Without Sour there could be no
Sweet. Without Bad we could not
appreciate the advantage* of Good.
To my mind the worst misnomer
is the man who. knowing the dif-
ference between right and wrong,
deliberately chooses the latter and
goes through this earthly journey
from Nowhere to the Great Be-
yond a disgusting being to himself.
a thorn in the side of his fellow-
man and a farce in the eyes of his
Of human faults and frailties I
have my share and then some, but
I'm glad that no man can stand
beside my little six-foot box after
the "in; has sounded on the last
round of the struggle and justly
say: "He sniped his way through
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN.
MRS. M. H. KISLER
FRIDAY, MARCH 23. 19.14
Vol. 7No. 12
iny one who knows Jewish lit-
eratim in Its prophetic moods will
agree ihat the whole burden of Is-
rael', protest against idolatry ls
not .ii -thetic but moral. The Jew-
ish Joshua ben Levi, who
went t<. .Seme m the third century
Of the present era. was shocked to
see tin statues ol the pagan deities
carelully wrapped with blankets
durii the winter to protect them
from lie snow and the wind and
the ram while under their shadow
crept neglected and forsaken, naked
ti il human beings.
dalsm warred through the cen-
tulii against such paganism be-
cas it disintegrated the ethical
idea: and misdirected the spiritual
concerns of men and women.
Paganism prevails whenever men
lavif! i heir alleetion and yield
their loyalty to images and sym-
bols when they should be laboring
to redeem and make visible UlC
divinity of man.
Hdaism has always fought idol-
atry. The craving for false gods Is
not only of yesterday; it persists
today :i other less palpable bill
none the less real forms. What Is
the r: mg tide of brute nationalism,
with ail its pontllieal trappings ol
spurlo .. worship bin the new idol-
atry, [he new paganism of the 20th
century' The authentic voices ol
spiritual religion must continue to
prote :i .mist the boisterous thun-
dering ol the demagogues who
offti the multitude their false
hopes, their false and hypocritical
The world waits and prays for R
new leadership a new Moses who
will anse and in prophetic wrath
will grind this golden calf of tribal-
istic nationalism into the dust and
lead mankind forward to the long-
promised land of peace and fellow-
ship. Against the sombre skies of
the present world picture this
seems a forlorn hope; but he will
come and deliver mankind is as in-
destructible a I rust as is the death-
less faith of Israel in the moral
8overci gnity of the worldThe
West Palm Beach
With plans already drawn and
contracts let, work to complete the
Beth El Synagog and the erection
Ol an auditorium adjourning the
synagog will begin within the next
Congregation Beth Israel will
hold a community Sedar on the
first Passover night. Friday. March
30, at seven o'clock.
The sedar services will be held at
the Mayflower Hotel with Dr. Carl
N. Herman officiating. Mesdames
Carl N. Herman, Louis Vangilder.
and Sam A. Goldstein are the com-
mittee in charge of arrangements.
Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146 B'nal
B'rith will meet Monday night.
March 26. at the Monterey Hotel to
elect officers and to take action on
important lodge and B'nai B'rith
matters. A social hour will follow
As they get older, some women
improve their smile and others im-
prove their figurefew seem able
to do both.
It used to be that a man beat
his wife to bed, and thus make her
open tlie window, but nowadays
she's In her nightgown before he
gets his collar off.
It's impossible to get real mad
with a pipe in your mouth.
Women ought to know by this
time that men are not interested
in their troubles with housemaids.
A husband gets mad if his wife
The difficulty with slowing down
your motor car in order to see the
scenery lies in the fact that the
passing cars will compel you to eat
a considerable portion of it.
Considering our weaknesses, it-
assumes that he has time for trifl- amazing that some of us get along
ing household errands, and his wife
gets mad It he pretends that lie
It is refreshing to find a clergy-
man willing to defend the youth
of today. Unfortunately the de-
fense of the youth of today is too
frequently made by lawyers.
as well as we do.
The boss is inclined to hate the
bookkeeper who can't make the
books show a profit.
________ If a fellows car turns turtle after
_ I llp has been drinking like a fish wa-s reading.
Friends of Mr. Sam Goldman will doesn't that
It is rumored that a young doc-
tor, a graduate of one of Philadel-
phia's foremost colleges, was eject-
ed from a library for trying to re-
move the appendix from a book h"
be glad to learn that he is recover-
ing from a serious illness. He is
still confined to his home.
prove the theory of
Congregation Beth El will hold
services on Friday, March 30th at
six-fifteen sharp to enable all to
attend the synagog services and en-
Joy an early sedar service at home.
on Friday Eve, Rabbi A. 8.
Kleinfeld will speak on "The Oreal
Sabbath, Proclaiming the Passover
Festival", k o'clock, at Oon
lion Bnai Israel. 021 9th St. No
Saturday morning services com-
mence at (I o'clock. All friends and
tourists are invited to attend.
The Men., club of Congregation
Bnai Israel, organized for the bet-
terment ol Jewish Activities in St.
Petersburg, met last Monday Eve
at the home oi Ed Goldman. 1068
15th Ave. N. After the buslnesi
session, a social hour was enjoyed
All men Ol Jewish faith are in-
vited to these meetings.
Mr. Sam Scher active communal
worker and member ol Beth El Is
leaving nothing undone to raise
funds for the new Beth El audi-
torium. Last Wednesday he ar-
I a benefit wrei tling match
ai the Dixie Arena realizing a tid
sum for the building fund.
Mrs i inn Smith enteitame,
era! friends in her home last
Thursday night. Two tables Ol
in Idge were in play and pris i
high score were awarded to Mrs B
Schutzer and Mrs Max Mil
Some of the greatest thinkers
say they do their best work during
those week when their wife isn't
speaking to them.
We have been a prominent mem-
ber oi the League of Donations for
Rabbi Moses Waldciibuch ol Pol-
and was the guest ol Congre
Beth El al their Friday night ser-
' last week Rabbi Waldenbuch
addressed the Cot: legal ion m Yld
dish and conducted the Sabbath
a Kosher Community Sedar will
be held on Friday Eve. March 30.
7 p. m. and Saturday Eve. March
31st, 7 p. m. at the home of Mrs
H. M. Jacobs. 1234 10th Ave. So.
sponsored by Mrs. H. M. Jacobs
and Mrs. Dora Goldberg and con-
ducted by Rabbi A. S. Klemfeld
Passover meals will also be served
all thru the week, and visitors
staying for the Festival of States
can secure reservations by phon-
evolution? THE LAND WHERE
------------ HATE SHOULD DIE
Fat girls are twice as easy to get ------------
along with except when crossing This is the land where hate should
the street. die-
No feuds of faith, no spleen ot
No darkly brooding fear should try
Beneath our flag to find a place
Lo! every people here has sent
ons to answer freedom's call;
Their hfeblood is the strong cement
That builds and binds the na-
This is the land where hate should
Though dear to me my faith and
rve my country well when I
Respect beliefs that are not mine
He little loves his land who'd cast
Upon his neighbor's word a doubt.
Or cite the wrongs of ages past
From present lights to bar him
the land where hate should
Thus Is the land where strife
Where foul, suspicious fear should
Before our flag of light and peace
Then let as purge from poisoned
That service to the state we give.
And so be worthy as we ought
Of this great land in which we
Ti is strange that no one ever
thought one oi the ways to make
tter 1 gra
ly to eliminate the i>cdestrlan.
it may be tough to pay fifty cents
;i pound for meat bill it Ls usually
tougher when you pay only twenty-
Judging by the frequency of re-
marriage, It's easier to gel a di-
vorce than it Is to stay .-ingle.
The Lord compensates those who
aren'l Important by making them
feel important. Sometimes he
makes them shul presidents.
The "rush" season Is hard on the
nerves, but the "off" season is
Some men look to their wlvi
Inspiration; others for consolation
It Seems to me the angels on high
shudder when they look down and
behold ii human sneak.
Of all despicables, the man who
never fights in the open who
never lias a thought that can stand
Everyone had a nice time at the
Novelty Dance given by the Coun-
cil of the Congregation at 921 9th
St. No. on last Wednesday Eve.
The Judaic Council held their
regular meeting last Monday Eve.
and will sponsor an Entertainment
and Card Party on Sunday Eve.
lor the benefit of the
A large crowd is
was under the auspices of the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion committee tor the purpose of
acquainting Tampa Jewry with the
activlties oi the organization on be-
Mr, and Mrs. Weissman of Morn-
son Avenue, Wish to announce the
birth ol a baby daughter.
The Y. M. H. A. of Tampa It
sponsoring a Cabaret Dance at the
Y. M. H. A. Bldg.. Saturday night, half of the victims of German per-
April 14th. 1934. Dancing will start .seditions,
at 10 p. m. and last until 4 a m
Manuel Sanchez and his famous
orchestra will play for the dance Mr. Sam Feinberg, assistant coun-
as well as two other local orches- I tv solicitor, has announced his can-
H. A. Eldg. Thursday evening A. Tuesday evening. March 20th.
March 22nd at n p. m. The meeting : at the Tampa Yacht and Country-
Mrs. H"rman Bornstein has re-
turned to her home 2434 Prospect
road, after a visit to Philadelphia.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Ben
Lerman, of that city, who is her
Mr. Aaron Barasch of Roche-n r
ras, a floor show will be presented | dldacy for the state senate, making New Yorkj has roturned t0 nis nome
during the evening and other fea-
tures of the dance will be an-
nounced later. Admission is $'.'.50
a couple and tickets can be secured
from Mrs Chas. Jacobs. Mrs M. J
it a three-cornered contest, with
Pat Whitaker, Henry C. Tillman
and other contenders.
In outlining his platform he
slated, it will be constructive, fear-
after spending the winter here
Mackler. Mrs I Wohl. Mrs Pred Ii and honest. In submitting tin
Perlman. Mrs. Leon Haber, Mrs. I.
Abramovitz. and Mrs. M. H. Klsler
as wen as any member of the Y.
M. H. A.
candidacy for state senator from
Hillsborough frankly I am con-
verted to the Roosevelt ian idea
that human rights are superior to
property rights, he said.
The Bazaar to be given by
ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society
la being postponed until after Pass-
Rabbi I,. E, (irafman ol Tramonl
Temple New York and formerly ol
Tampa was the guest speaker al a
Mr. Jacob Gordon. 59. died last
Tuesday morning at his residence.
Funeral services were held from the
home Tuesday afternoon at 4:30
with Rabbi Adolph Burger officiat-
lr Burial was In Rodoph Sholom
Cemetery. He is survived by his
wife, Mrs Sophie Gordon; two
daughti rs, Mis- Renee and Miss
Leona Gordon, a son. Morris Gor-
don and two brothers, Sam Gor-
A large crowd attended the dance
en by the Merry Fellows club. don. Tai .d Simon Gordon,
special meeting held at the Y. M senior men's club of the Y. M. K. of Birmingham, Ala
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. March 23, 1934
Saniu igttagng SnlUttn
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder am! Director, Radio BjBMOC of America
WIOD, Miami, I lorida
* Sunday Mornings
too much for granted. Little do we appreciate ^T^^^TZ
sends us. daily. It is the observant Jew. who. thrice da 1>. during
regular devotions, recites the following;-We will B.ve than* u to hee
and declare thy praise for our lives which are corn* h to tha
and ior thy miracles, which are dally With u., and O. &**"
thy benefits, which are wr. igh1 at all times, evening, morning.
These things, and many more, has my operation toWhtmeita prac- | ^
* Vol. IV. sfNDAY. MARCH 18. 1934 No. M J Tnese wiing*. u '""",""' ,",' .,. .,.,,,, endurance,!..-
Scripture Readme, Psalm CL.
I do not feel well enough, my voice isn't nearly normal enough, for
me to deliver the sermon winch I had announced for today. It must
wait because I can not do it justice, today. I owe it to you to give you
not onlv my best, but my all, and. today, what I can give us limited
physically. So .;. : delivering a sermon. I want to have a quiet
talk with you Quiet perforce, because I want to tell you about my
Last Mondav morning I underwent a tonsillectomy Some will ask,
Who cares?" Some will remark. That's very interesting, but. why bring
purely personal subjects into this program?" I grant you that the re-
moval of tonsils through a surgical operation is not a very serious mat-
ter particularly, when one selects an outstanding surgeon in this field.
I discus-s my operation with you. not in a bid for your sympathy, but
rather that you may learn what I have learned during this past week,
and what I am still fully aware of.
In the synagogue, yesterday. I recited the following special pre
praised be thou. O Lord our God. King of the universe, who vouch-
safed benefits unto the undeserving, who hast also vouchsafed all good
unto me." To which the congregation responded. -He who hath vouch-
safed all eood unto thee, may be vouchsafed all good unto thee forever "
prayer Is recited by one who has been in peril, on a journey, in
captivity, or 111 sickness Upon recovery or deliverance from this peril
the blessing Is recited, to thank God for his protection.
Several times daily, in addition to the reading of it during the
regular morning devotions, the observant Jew recites the following bless-
ing. Praised art thou. O Lord our God. King of the universe, who hast
dom. and created In him many orifices and vessels.
I- revealed and known before the throne of thy glory, that if one of
opened, or one of those be closed, it would be Impossible to
exist and to stand b I thee Praised art thou, o Lord, who healesl all
flesh, and doest wondrously."
Human beings are a thoughtless, and therefon an ungrateful set of
1 mean, unthinking, uncon
w. take too much ted. All that we receive m bounties of life and
neait] rs a matter ol course. Why snould we show gratitude?
iny thank-" Thai how life Is and should be Iff
simple. It's natural. But. is it?
When you are thirstj you [la I water, and you drink the
;-. ., simple What is there to be thankful for? Really?
Now. put J lUow- not "lllv ''
foreign sub water, but my own salivary see ret ions. 1
1 1 : 1 e there Is accon
moment. Eatln and drlnkii ivs b 11
. ,i Dj you ich elemental and easy functions, and. there coi
a ... 0 briel whei d and drink because to par-
tak,. either I painful procedure Little do we realize how grateful
v, inouid ,. normal functioning ol all our,
nothii to talking W01 roll ofl j >ui toi 1
Perhaps, but i tin* afti "my. oh. it will heal, thank
Ood But, for a fi da; tlculate, or write your
tn, mp lb e Did you evi b -
can "i the group Interrupt! nd .....< r
permitted you to complete the expression of your thoughts? How do you
think you would feel II j 1 lid nol '.pep. -.our mouth to thing
al .,-p c ,: me Instructions to give, duties that re- !
qUjl nd immediate action, and vou were compelled
to sit up In b oul Thai 1 epi rli nee would te ou to
be grateful !or the power ol .-preen.
Somethii I learned, during this past week. You ha
people warned that they had weak hear'.-., or that they had high blood
pressure, and that they musl avoid all excitement. You failed to fully
grasp ,) ion. What does excitement do to one that 11 may prove
fatal? I have learned whal II doe- During this week of recuperating, I
have been at home M several occasions did nol bey her
mother as promptly as I felt she should. I wanted to scold her. With 1 lK-
desire to scold, there surged within me a flow of anger. My blood rushed
into my throat, and the recently cut tissues were subjected to a pressure
from within, pressure within the blood-stream that wai torturing to the
sensitive tissue, and that, aroused within me a fear lest the blood-
vessels burst and a hemorrhage follow. Now. mind. you. I am normally
quiet and reserved, calm and unexcltable. Or, so I believe. Eut. any ex-
citement irritates and sends the blood straining in its streams. I felt it
in my throat because that was the weakest spot in the body. A person
whose heart Is defective or who has been advised that his blood-vessels
are weak, should avoid any and all excitement. When we are In, good
health, there are no places weak and sensitive enough to give us the
alarm of danger, but. frequent strong excitement produces a strain on
some point, and. a break occurs, Have we things for which to be thank-
Have you ever felt tired? Have you craved sleep? Have you looked
forward to retirini at night that you may waken, In the morning, re-
tn bed? Can you Ima ondition wherein you dread sleep? I can
not only imagine it. I know of it. I have dreaded going to sleep, during
this past week Whlli awake, I introduced liquids Into my mouth. The
,, ie pain. During Bleep, the throat became
dry. and I was awakened several times during the night, through dn
ful pain, because the walls of my throat had stuck one to the other,
il,,. .., made it almost unl to attempt to swallow or to
gulp. I dreaded going to I knew what would awaken mi
And you, who have risen this morning after a 1 re-
freshed, have little to be thankful for, to the Good Lord1 v*e we take
it at an> 6"""1 ,...-.... ...... .1,1,,,,.
with you. stop grumbling about the trivialities of life, -he
for which to display gratttude.-for your very life and for the normal ad
healthy functioning of your bodily organs. All else is compa.am .> un
important. While you are won vine and sti your heart over th
wealth you wish to acquire, some other soul b grateful to God forsur-
cease from pain, is offering thanks lor the ability .0 swallow a glass
water or a morsel of food, with less pain than on the pn
Let not your life be a succession of automatic and thoughtless a
Think and Thank Be thankful to God for Hls blessings, May they ;
m i"" '"' buy
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
: : : :. :
, dedication of memorial wln-
;i( Beth David Synagogue
ri'iicsday night attracted sev-
I hundred people. Rabbi Max
|ro directed the ceremonies
t i.i aa did Stanley C. Myers,
i hi of the congregation.
Meml ni i he Administrative
Boaici i he Synagogue read
psftiw i.d Cantor Louis Hayman
chant cial numbers. Members
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b a on-ilt-iiomlnatinnal Institu-
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ere**. the family is assured
P****^ conformation to the
rit"l t rach church or lodge.
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of the families in whose memory
the windows were presented unveil-
ed them during the ceremony.
Plans for the annual Passover
Sader of Temple Israel include the
entire ritual which will be conduct-
ed by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
of the congregation, with members
of the Synagogue assisting in read-
ing various portions of the ritual.
The usual Yomtov feast will be
served with a committee of the
Sisterhood arrangements, Reserva-
tions may be made with any mem-
ber of the committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman
and Miss Rachel Adelman return-
ed to the city last Tuesday after
spending several weeks in the
With prices only $2.00 for each
Sader, or twenty dollars for the en-
tire week of Passover including
three meals daily and the two
Sadorim, the Palatial Kosher Res-
taurant, the oldest of its kind in
this area is preparing for a gala
observance of the Passover Holi-
days. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David congregation will officiate
both nights of the Sader, on March
30th and 31st.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Weinstock of
Rockaway and Miami are receiv-
ing congratulations upon the birth
o! a baby daughter to their son
Irvm at Mountaindale, N. Y.
The Junior Hada.ssah give, get or
earn donor's dinner will be held on
Sunday evening April 22nd with
Mrs. Jasper Cromer in charge of
arrangements, and Mrs. Wm. Fari-
as toastmistress. Full detail.- will
appear in an early issue.
For the Purpose of
the following is called to the atten-
tion of the public:
RABBI JULIUS WASHER of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will be at his home 1860
S. W. 4th st. every morning from
10 to 12; and every afternoon at
the Synagogue from 4 to 6
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM
of Beth Jacob will be at the
Synagogue or his home adjoining
the Synagogue, daily from 10 to
12 mornings, and 4 to 6 every
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO of Beth
David will be at the Synagogue
every morning from 10 to 12 and
every afternoon from 4 to 6.
In a Gala Concert
SUNDAY, MARCH 25th
8 P. M. at
Beth David Talmud
139 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Featuring Yiddish and Russian
Folk Songs and Operatic Arias.
Because of the general excellence
01 i heir dairy products, their Jew-
ish customers have given hearty
approval to the efforts of the
Miami Home Milk Producers Asso-
ciation to insure them with strict-
ly Kosher Passover dairy products
this year. One of the prize farms
of the association. Melton's has
been set aside and Mr. A. Lustgar-
len was named the steady Mash-
giach by Rabbis S. M. Machtei,
David I. Rosenbloorr. and Julius
Washer under whose supervision
the dairy products will be produc-
ed for Passover consumption. Dur-
ing the churning of butter and
preparation of products in the lo-
ance of the Kosher Passover ritual,
acording to a statement of Mr.
Fogg, manager of the association.
Sat., March 24 Through Sat., March 31
N. W. Second Street
There is no admission charge and here you may inspect
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Friday, March 23. ijj,
PLAYIXG AT THE
ai a meeting of Beth David
hood held last Wednesday
prayer was offered by Mrs. Lewis
Brown. A nominal inn committee
to recommend officers for the com-
ing year was chosen as follows:
Mesdamee l. Hartz, Wm. Robinson.
A. Rubin. M. Bchelnberg and Stan-
ley C. Myers Plans for throe af-
fairs to be held during next month
were announced. The first will be
an afternoon Passover card partj
at the Beth David Hall with Mrs.
Wm. Robinson in charge of ar-
rangements. The second will be a
dance on Sunday evening April 8th
with Mrs. Edward Friedman in
charge. The third will be a supper
and card party at the Talmud
Torah Hall on Sunday evening
April 22nd with Mrs. J. Engler in
Those on the nominating com-
mittee for the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau are Mesdames Bertha B. Levy.
Frank Coret. Morris Dubler. S. C.
Myers and L. Hartz.
The physical culture class con-
ducted by Mrs. Bertha B. Levy is
planning a get-together party for
Monday evening March 26th at the
home of Mrs B I. Riesner 186?
S. W. 13th St. The proceeds receiv-
ed by the orcanization are all con-
Mats: 40c; Sites, 50. Plus Tax
JACK EDWARD Presents
On The Stage
10 BIG ACTS
In bie-time musical revue
PAULETTE LA PIERRE
Singing comedienne. accom-
panied by Al Friedman, i Cour-
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PA8QUALA and LA DORR
'Courtesy Palm Island Club'
.Com....... Frolics Club, and
other stai '
On the Screen
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"JOURNAL OF < RIME'"
Loretta Young in "Men's Csstle"
tributed to the Welfare work of
the Jewish Wellare Bureau.
The third of a series of card
parties sponsored by Loyalty Club
of Emunah Chapter will be held
next Wednesday evening March
28th at 8 o'clock in the Barbara
Jean Mansion Miami Bcacji with
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eacher as the
hosts. Prizes will be awarded for
rores and refreshments will
erved The public is invited in
The Y. M. H A. basketball team
won the championship of the
Miami Beach basket ball league by
defeating the Redlands quintet
I Mickey Lubel and the team were
Iven a unanimous vote of thanks
1 by the Board of Governors. Mem-
bers of the team are M. Lobel. I.
Schwartz, S. Bomstein. I. Gordon.
J. Davis, H. Feller and R. Gross-
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy
operated by Louts Jacobskmd will
again furnish it.-, customers and
tin- ueneral public with strictly
kosher Passover milk this year.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of
Beth Jacob Congregation, is in
Charge of the production. Each
container will bear the facsimile of
the Rabbi's signature with a dis-
tinctive seal bearing the words
kosher l'Pesach" in the Hebrew.
The Sea Breeze Hotel will cele-
brate Sader services Friday March
30th and Saturday March 31st with
Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth
Jacob Congregation conducting the
A large number of members
gathered at the meeting of the Y.
M. H. A. Wednesday night to trans-
act important business, Nat Kup-
per manager of the diamond ball
team announced that only mem-
bers in good standing would be eli-
gibl eto the A or B teams. The or-
ganization will hold Y. M. H. A.
night at the Frolics Tuesday eve-
ning March 27th and a gala eve-
ning of entertainment has been ar-
Schiff s Delicatessen at 158-60-62
N. W. Fifth st. are distributors in
this area for Horowitz-Maruareten
matzos and Passover products. A
complete line of everything the
housewife may need to enjoy the
Passover Holidays is in stock and
sold at very reasonable prices. In-
eluding co::. babv food, nuts
and other delicacies.
The Dutch Supper and bridj.1
planned by Junior Hadassah
next Sunday has been Indefinite!
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