The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Vol. SNo. 2
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 19S5
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around the
World
Plant Transfer of German Jews
From Barcelona to Palestine
London Israel Cohen, secretary
of the World Zionist Organization,
recently returned from a tour of
Spain and Portugal, reports that
arrangements have been made with
the British consul at Barcelona,
for the transfer of a con-
siderable number of German Jew-
ish refugees to Palestine.
Arabs to Sue Government Before
Hague Tribunal
Jerusalem A suit against the
Palestine government is being en-
teied before the World Court Tri-
bunal at the Hague, it has been an-
nounced by the Arab Youths Or-
ganizations. The suit will be based
on the charge that the government
violated the Palestine Mandate by
permitting the transfer of the
lluleh land to Jewish concession-
aires.
German Jewish Attorneys Forbid-
den to Use i'rofessional Title
BerlinIn an effort to make the
practice of their profession entire-
ly impossible for Jewish lawyers,
the Nazi government has decreed
that they shall no longer be per-
mitted to call themselves attorneys.
While Jews have long been forbid-
den to practice as members of the
bar, some Jewish lawyers have
found it possible to act in an ad-
visory capacity to non-Jewish at-
torneys, who formally represented
clients who desired the services of
the Jewish lawyers they had em-
ployed in the pre-Hitler period.
The Hitler g( vcrnment has offi-
cially denied rumors, current in th
Saar territory and elsewhere, that
a new "purge" similar to that of
June 30th last has been instituted.
West Flagler to
Open Monday
Miami's greyhound racing sea-
sun swings into full blast Monday
night with the opening of the cen-
trally located West Flagler Ken-
nel Club, operatel by Jake Sher
and Bill Iluntley, for a meeting
of 'IT nights.
Many improvements will be not-
ed this season at West Flagler.
among the developments being new
-tailing boxes.
The big features of the new
boxes, designed and patented by
Mrs. S. C. Levenson of Miami, are
the full panel glass doors and
glass partitions between each Stall.
When the boxes are lighted fans
are able to watch the movement-
of each racer, and the dogs in turn
can see each other and watch for
the lure as it swings past them.
The track itself has been com-
pletely rebuilt with new soil and
should prove extremely fast. Some
of America's finest thoroughbred
greyhounds will be running over
the strip and it is probable that
this meeting will see several track
records broken.
.lack Bell, sports editor of the
Miami Daily News and an official
whose judgment is regarded high-
ly by greyhound owners, will serve
as presiding judge. Al Melcher,
for 20 yeares supervisor of mu-
tuels on Kentucky Jockey Club
horse tracks, will be in charge of
the mutuel plant.
Jew to Represent Government in
Tel Aviv-
Tel Aviv, PalestineIn connec-
tion with the report that English-
men would be appointed by the Pal-
estine government us town clerks
to supervise the financial affairs
of the various communities, it is
being said here that Alex Epstein,
assistant district commissioner for
the Southern District of Palestine,
might he named by the High Com-
missioner as town clerk for Tel
Aviv. This represents an entirely
new office and is intended to bring
the government in closer touch with
the fiscal management of the mu-
nicipalities. Mr. Epstein is a
brother of E. M. Epstein, Jewish
National Fund Secretary.
Anti-Semitic Pamphlets Distrib-
uted in London Jewish Quarter
LondonThe district where im-
migrant Jews are concentrated was
flooded on Christmas Day with
anti-Semitic pamphlets in which
all the charges of the "Protocols
of the Elders of Zion" are repeated
and the Jewish Board of Deputies
is accused of being the power be-
hind the British government. The
pamphlets also accuse Sir Oswald
Mosley, Fascist Black Shirt lead-
er, of a too pro-Jewish attitude.
Delegates to
Be Banqueted
Plans for the annual conference
of the Orthodox and Conservative
Rabbis and Laymen of the State
of Florida, as announced by the
officers of the organization, in-
clude the following program: Con-
vening of conference and addresses
of welcome by the offcers on Sun-
day. January 20th, at 1 p. m. at
St. Petersburg. This will be fol-
lowed by the laying of the corner
stone for the Synagogue of B'nai
Israel Congregation, in which all
Rabbil attending the conference
will participate. Following the
ceremonies a brief sightseeing tour
will be held, to be followed by a
banquet at li o'clock. After the;
banquet the second session of the j
conference will be held, and busi-
ness will be transacted.
Sessions will be held at Tampa
Monday morning, January 21st.
A sightseeing tour will be held in
;the morning. The first business
I session will be held at 2 p. m., to
be followed by a banquet to the
visiting delegates at fi "p. m. Fol-
| lowing the banquet the final ses-
sion <7t the conference will be held.
Delegates from most of the Flor-
ida cities are expected to attend,
legislation to be introduced into
the Florida Legislature in April
will be discussed. Kashrus, child
and adult education are among the
other problems to be acted on.
Those desiring to attend are urged
to call their Rabbis.
Acting Squarely
As expected, another act of the
ever popular Miami drama. "Play-
ing at Kaahrux," was produced this
week.
The curtain rose with an ensem-
ble of butchers in a chorus of "We
must unite against the eneni},"
l.ul some of the stellar players be-
ing absent, discord was the preva-
lent note. However, "we shall not
sign' was introduced instead, with
hands on hearts in suppliant atti-
tude. But as the chorus rose in
i.ii d, so its members deserted, one
> uae.
The Kashrus Committee proceed-
ed on its way, even though the ma-
jority indulged in the maneuver of
Let's pass to the Rabbi." Con-
tracts were drawn and each hutch-
.. lurnished with a copy. A sal-
ient fiature ol this contract wa-
ne iequirement of depositing cash
with the committee to insure the
observance of "Kashrus."
'I he matter is a very simple one.
One who carries on the business
ol a kosher butcher should, in sim-
ple holiest), forgetting all religious
requirements, sell ONLY KOSHER
MEATS AND POULTRY. Any at-
tempt at evading this duty is dis-
honest. The public, in view of
the chaotic conditions affecting the
kosher meat business in this area,
is entitled to definite assurances
that the supposedly kosher meat
purchased is, IN FACT. KOSHER.
There can be no way of giving this
assurance unless b> someone in
authority, representing the public,
in whom the people have confi-
dence. Such authority must have
some distinct agreement with these
butchers, and SOMETHING CON-
CRETE by way of a bond, before
such assurance may be or could
be given.
We recognize no distinction as
between butchers in a matter of
this kind. Past history has shown
us rather plainly that one who to-
day may be the acme of everything
that is good, tomorrow is the very
opposite. The Kashrus committee,
aided by the Rabbi, has been ex-
ceptionally fair. It has agreed to
start all over again and forget the
transgressions of the past. It has
signified its willingness to place a
"Mashgiach" in every store desir-
ing such supervision. Perhaps the
agreement offered by the commit-
tee is stringent, and should be mod-
ified. Nevertheless unless
such modifications are suggested, a
simple refusal to sign, an absolute
defiance of the purposes and in-
tents of the committee and the
Rabbi cannot but help create sus-
picion in the minds of the purchas-
ing public.
\\ e feel that every man is en-
titled to be heard. Perhaps some
of the butchers who refuse to
align themselves with real Kash-
rus regulations have a valid rea-
son therefor. The columns of the
Jewish Floridian are open to such
butchers to afford the public an
opportunity of learning facts that
they may not know, and we invite
them to make use of it.
We submit the Jewish public is
deserving of "square action" on the
part of the butchers, NOW and
NOT LATER, in some indefinite
future.
Rabbis to Speak
At Open Forum
The second in a series of cultural
symposiums, to be held under the
auspices of the rabbi- of Greater
Miami, will be held at Beth Jacob
Synagogue Tuesday evening. Jan-
uary l.'ith, beginning at s o'clock.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth
Jacob Synagogue will present the
religious angle of "Zionism as the
Solution to the Jewish Problem."
Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio
Synagogue will present the general
aspects of the subject, and Rabbi
I Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Is-
rael will present the view of Re
"Mil Jewry on this problem. Rabbi
lulius Washer of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will pre-
>:de. A musical program will be
presented during the intermissions
etween the addresses of the Kab-
bis, Following the addresses the
members of the audience will be
invited to ask questions of the
speakers regarding the subject to
be discussed. It is the object of
these symposiums to awaken an
interest on the part of Miami Jew-
ry in Jewish problems of the day.
The public is urged to attend.
Announcements
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
> i: I irm t
117 N. K. Nineteenth St.
UK. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular Friday evening services
a be in Id at B:15 o'clock. "The
Birth and Death :' the Sabbath"
- the subject of the lecture to be
delivered by Dr. Jacob Kaplan.
Saturday mornin services begin
at 11 o'clock. "Darkness" is the
subject of Dr. Kaplan's Saturday
morning sermonette. The public
is cordially welcome.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
.'ill Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
I
Worth
Commending
Last week a Mr. H. D. Crandall.
reputed to be a publicity man of
West Palm Beach, dissatisfied with
a purchase he had made from the
Miami Pants Co., created a scene
in front of the store of the com-
pany on North Miami ave. Mr.
Joseph Simon, proprietor of the
company, paid no attention until
( randall began abusing the Jewish
people and using vile language and
epithets. The police authorities
were called in and Crandall was
arrested for disorderly conduct.
Complaint was lodged with Mr.
Dale James of the Fair Practice
Bureau of alleged unfair business
dealings against the Miami Pants
Co. A thorough investigation re-
sulted, following which Mr. Abe
Aronovit/. assistant city attorney
and prominent Jewish communal
worker, became interested. A de-
mand was made on Crandall by
Mr. Aronovitz. which was strong-
ly approved by Mr. James, that
apology be made by him for the
language used toward the Jewish
people. Mr. Aronovit/. stated, "It
mattered little to Mr. Simon or to
myself what the personal claims
of Crandall were. However, it did
matter that men should be careful
in applying derogatory terms to-
wards the Jewish people as a
w hole."
Mr. Crandall. when faced with
the alternative of apologizing or
faring criminal prosecution, wrote
a letter of apology, which was ap-
proved by Mr. Aronovitz and Mr.
Dale James.
We believe that were every Jew-
ish merchant, attorney or profes-
sional man as zealous in protect-
ing the name of the Jewish people,
and demanding redress and apology
such as was done in this case by
Mr. Aronovitz and Mr. Simon, there
would be better understanding and
feeling among Jews and non-Jews.
The action of these gentlemen
should be commended by all.
Late Friday night services be-
gin at 8 o'clock with an address by
Mrs. Edward Jacobs, president of
National Hadassah, on "Hadas-
sah, What It Stands for and What
It Does." The usaal chanting and
singing will be directed by Cantor
Boris Schlachman. Saturday morn-
ing services, beginning at 9 o'clock,
will hear an address by the Raboi
on the portion of the week in Yid-
dish. Mtncha services at 4 p. m.
are followed by the Shalosh Sau-
dah and Maariv services.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 with
the late services at 8:15, when the
Rabbi will preach on "I Have Made
Hard His Heart." The usual
chanting and congregational sing-
ing will be enjoyed. This Friday-
evening will be known as "Direc-
tor's Night," with an address by a
member of the board on the work
of the Congregation, following the
Rabbi's sermon. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 9 o'clock.
Minchii services begin at 4:30 with
the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv
services following. The public is
invited to attend all services.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The usual late Friday night
services begin at 8 o'clock with an
address by the Rabbi on "Will Our
Present Day Civilization Endure?"
Cantor Nathan Wroobel and the
choir will chant the services. Sat-
urda) morning services begin at
8:30, when Carl Feit, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feit, will be
Bar Mitzva. He will recite the
Haftoro and the blessings and
speak briefly in English. The
Rabbi will preach briefly. The
Junior Congregation will meet Sat
urday morning at 10:30. The Bar
Mitzva Club meets Sunday morn-
ing at 8 for services and break-
fast.


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THE JKWial f LORJDIAM
Friday, January 1], 1935
Miss Alice Bernsb i executive
irj for Junior H-
lassah, it a rues) :i: the Alamac
Beach, when
for the next several

Hosti -eries of simul-
taneou held for the
ire Bu-
lay, January 20th. arc:
Floridi H ti I, Mrs. Ber.ha B.
. Helene II tel, Mrs J. Ger-
ald Lewis; W.lliam Penn Hotel,
Mrs. Harr> Z. Silvennan; .' Iv<
Mrs. Morris Dubler;
n Arms Hotel. Mr-. M.
Beth I'avid Hall, Mrs. Sol
rt; Mayflower Hotel. Mrs.
wis Brown: Franklin Hotel, Mrs.
h Williamson: Ritter's Hotel,
Marvin Bronner.

After a series :' onferences
ihrufl Committee of
. .'.. Mr. Max Nussbaum.
if the meat department of
7-Day Home Sales
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trade-in your old
radio on this new
all-wave precision
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Ever) program becomes thrilling with
this marvelouBly sensitive new radio .
and it makes you positively ashamed of
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plan, 10.(>8 down
8.25 for 9 months
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MIAMI d MIAMI BEACH
Sum///?/( itt\liku<
A Special Section for Jewish
FriendsHurdine's, Second Floor
Kosher Ma
. xecuted the contract placing his
I under the supervision of
: m tte< which is being aided
:, Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom.
David Klein, a graduate of
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yi
a York, is thi ach in
n ittei it tl
i Ral bi Klein i a wt II
ir, highlj spect-
ed :n Yeshiva circles and among
siting
. a
An informal gathi i g I friends
Satui lay afternoon at
Hall when Mana-Zucca en-
cocktail hour in hon-
- Mr
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day. grai
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who thrilled
to."
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Wednesday night. Ml
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in chargi f arrange- I
nsisting of |
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an I Ben &
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to a con
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Davis Lackowil Ross,
y Lubel, Joe Davis, Harry
r, Ralph Grossman, Jat< I at-
: Neal Cam aching the
is Abe Cutler. January 14th
I the tean; will piay the I". I I
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Senior Hadassah ol Miami i
j tendering a reception to Mrs. Ed-
ward Jacobs, national president of
Hadassah, who recently spent a
| year in Palestine, on Monday, Jan-
14th, at 2:30 ; m., in the
grill r^orn of the Alamac Hotel,
Collins ind 13th st., Miami
Beach. Mr.-. tell of
her ex; stine and of
the work of H and other
/ I activitM ng Ha-
.
nd. In the
reet the g
in, Jo-
VYilliamson, Barney Weinkle,
!' Goldstein, Mil-
ton Wi Harry I'.ubin.
The executive board of Miami
Hadassah entertained
bs, president of
nal organization, at
.. lay at the Urmey
Mrs. Jacobs, who recently
returned from Palestine, gave
tings :'rom the national chap-
,ld of her experiences
-.' Max Dobrin preaid-
V und table discussion fol-
rs attending were Mrs. Har-
. 1. Lipt n, Mr.-. G. Berlin. Mrs.
Alex Istein, Mrs. Joseph Wil
n, Mrs. Barney Weinkle,
(ill ... Weiner, Mr.-. L. J.
r, Mrs.
Rubii Mrs. L. J. Gell, Chi-
Mrs. W. II. Hanna, C
. M -. Meyer Schwartz.
-
: : tnight ... !; k '' view Club
ixth birthday anni-
, at a dinner-
at the Mandarin Gardens,
\ g I resent-
i
brid em
Ar'einl i g, Mi Adele
Ha rj Orlin, Mrs.
S. Id, Mr.-. Albert E.
thai, Mr.-. Alex Goldstein,
Henry Berg, Mr.-. Charles
... Mrs. Samuel Weis-
Ml Milton Weiner, Mr-.
Mrs. Herman Kubin,
Miss Ann< Weiner and Mrs. Jo-
n. The next review
. Mrs. Gins-
368 S. W. Twelfth
by Mr.-. Wil-
Bon.
Last Thursday night Mrs. fi
Handle and Mrs. Charles Abbott
were hostesses at a benefit bridge
for Beth David Sisterhood. A prize
of a turkey was won by Rabbi Max
Shapiro of the congregation.

Mrs. Ida R. Kohen and her
Ohio, and .Mrs. Bessie K ben ol
New Castle, Pa., have taken an
apartment at 1227 Collins ave. for
the winter.
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if the^
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Sunda; evening, Feb-
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founders of the .--
Plans include
ices beginning the Fri-
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with a gala celebration and con-'
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Fajday, January 11, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Pa*r Thre
HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
J. Fuchs and Mr*. J. H. Jacobs was
m financial and social success.
PUBLISHED KVEKI FRIDAY
bj the
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J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
PRKD K. SHOCHKT. < irr.l.llon Manacer
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
Cntered lecun.l claea nutter July ?. 18*0. at the Poet Office at Miami. Fiorina,
nnder the Act of March t. 187.
WEST PALM BEA( II
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
ORLANDO
IRENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KI.S1.EE
Representative
WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT
S. G. AROSON
4209 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla.
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SUBSCRIPTION
M.I
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935
Vol. 8No. 2
Burying the Hatchet
After several years of bitter struggle and violence, cli-
maxed by the sensational Arlosoroff case, the Revisionists
and Laborites, the Right and Left wings of the Zionist move-
ment, have buried the hatchet and made peace. The agree-
ment signed in London by Vladimir Jabotinsky, generalis-
simo of the Revisionists, and David Ben-Gurion, Labor lead-
er and member of the Zionist Executive, pledges all parties
to refrain from violence under all circumstances and from
the advocacy and justification of terrorism... Without re-
stricting any party's freedom of criticism or discussion, the
peace pact binds the signers to prevent any breach of the
agreement for equitable distribution of work in Palestine,
as well as to avoid insults to the symbols, flags and uniforms
of political opponents. The signers also agree to punish
members who break the agreement, to set up a system of
appeal and arbitration to deal with any disputes arising from
Ihe terms of the agreement.
The importance of this agreement to the future welfare
of Palestine and the progress of the Zionist movement can-
not be overestimated. The controversy between Revisionists
and Laborites has struck at the very vitals of Zionism and
[was doing immense damage not only in Palestine, but
throughout the Diaspora, where the two parties were clash-
ling. In bringing to an end this internecine war Jabotinsky
and Ben-Gurion have done Palestine and Zionism an invar-
iable service. They have taken the first step in restoring
Zionist unity. Indications are that this agreement will be
followed by other developments further cementing relations
between the various Zionist parties. If the terms of the
agreement are scrupulously carried outand there is no
reason to expect the contrarythe signing of that document
(must be regarded as a milestone in Zionist history.
Watching One's Step
Saturday night a local daily, in one of its popular col-
limns, published a paragraph anent the Kashrus situation in
this area. Its author showed a woeful knowledge of the
elementary conditions of this problem. However, most Jews
tvorlooked this sally on the part of non-Jews into strictly
Jewish religious matters. Hut when on Tuesday night last,
slurs were cast, though no names were mentioned, against
the Greater IVIiami Jewish Cemetery Association; when
charges were made which were immediately used by some
candal mongers as a basis for false stories, the Jewish people
Jegan to resent such actions. Wednesday night what may be
[termed "a backhand retraction" was published.
We have always held the highest regard for the pub-
lisher and editors of this paper. We believe they are trying
to uphold the finest traditions of a clean newspaper. In all
sincerity, may we respectfully suggest that a thorough in-
vestigation be made before any aspersions be cast upon or-
ganizations whose records are those of unselfish service to
leir people. And further permit the Jewish people to
solve their own religious problems.
St. Petersburg
Friday night services of B'nai
Israel begin at 8 o'clock. Sermon,
"The Need of Personal Religion."
Herbert Miller, a pupil of the re-
ligious school, will conduct part
of the service.
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock,
sermon, "Weekly Portion of the
Law."
The card party iponsored by Mr.
Miss Annabel! Jacobs of West
Palm Beach is visiting her parents
and is being entertained by her
many friends.
A reception committee was ap-
pointed to take care of the mem-
bers of the Florida Rabbinical
Conference, who are expected on
January 20. Congregation B'nai
Israel extends a cordial invita-
tion to all the members of the con-
ference to attend the laying of the
corner stone, which will take place
January 20 at 3 p. m.
2
Sense and Non-Sense
Mr. Aaron Grossman has again
addressed the children during tha
Sunday session and wa received
with much interest.
Rabbi Kleinfeld, th ecretary of
the conference, received a letter
from Rabbi Morris David Margo-
lis of Jacksonville, Fla., stating
that he and Mrs. Margolis, togeth-
er with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Becker
and M. Scheinbaum, will attend the
conference.
Jacksonville News
Miss Edith Wolf son entertained
more than fifty friends recently in
honor of Miss Helen I.andry of
Valdosta, Ga.
A little more praising, a little less
jeering;
A little more trusting, a little less
fearing;
A little more patience in trouble
and pain,
A little less willing at times to
complain,
A little more kindness worked into
the strife
Are all that is needed to glorify
life.
A little mure honor, a little less
greed;
A little more service, a little less
creed;
A little more courage when path-
ways are rough;
A little more action, a little less
bluff;
A little more kindness by you and
by me,
And oh! what a wonderful world
it would be!
"Customers push my goods for
me," said the manufacturer.
"What line are you in, anyway?-'
asked a friend.
"Baby carriages," was the reply.
Aunt HettySakes alive, I don't
believe no woman could ever be so
fat.
Uncle SyWhat y' reading now,
Hetty?
HettyWhy, this paper telli
about an Englishwoman that lost
two thousand pounds.
Lose not thy own for want of
asking for it; it will get thee no
thanks.
True liberty can exist only when
justice is equally administered to
all.
At the meeting of the Daugh-
ters of Israel reports of the New
"i ear's affair showed that a marked
success had been made. Miss
Ethel Joel, chairman of the annual
cabaret to be held January 30th,
reports that it will be one of the
outstanding events of the year.
Mrs. M. 1). Margolis read a sketch
entitled "A Jewish Sabbath."
The announcement of the mar-
riage of Jane Sara Lichtenstein io
Paul S. Jacobson in New York
City on December 30th was made
by the parents of the bride this
week. Mrs. Jacobson is the grand-
aughter of Mrs. Leopold Furch-
. ott.
Robert G. Witty of the Living-
ton Memorial Episcopal Church
.vas the guest speaker at the Jcw-
ish Temple last Friday night.
Missei Nora Wernu iff and Kid-
die Simon entertained la I week
in honor of Miss Liberman, bride-
elect, with a lingerie sh >wer. Bridge
and other games were played. A
delicious salad was rved during
. ening.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Rosenberg en-
tertained a number of friends re-
cently at their home. Dancing,
music and delicious refreshment!
were enjoyed.
Miss Rose Lieberman, daughter
I Mr. ami Airs. Israel Max Lieb-
ii man. and Murray Bernard Glick-
stein of Jacksonville, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Glickstein of New
Haven, Conn., were united in niar-
rlagl at .r> o'clock Sunday evening,
January G, in the home of the
bride's parents, 1S2i> I'erry st.,
Rabbi Morris If. Margolis of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center reading
the impressive ceremony.
Sanford Notes
Sydney J. Weinberg, son of Mrs.
Dan Kay, graduate of Seminole
High school, was recently honored
by an invitation to join Phi Kappa
Phi, the ranking honor society at
the University of Florida. This is
considered an outstanding accom-
plishment, and only three students
in the February graduating class
I raise my hat to any guy
Who can his gal's request deny.
Dissensions, like small streams at
first begun,
Unseen they rise, but gather a*
they run.
have been so honored. Sydney is
a member of Kappa Delta Phi, na-
tional honor society in education;
Kappa Phi Kappa, national pro-
fessional fraternit in education, and
Peabody Club, the literary society
for the College of Education. He
nas served as recording secretary
and as editor-in-chief of the fra-
terniiy organ in Kappa Phi Kappa
and as secretary-treasurer in Pea-
body Club.
Memphis Picks Jew For City At-
torney
France Io Permit Settlement ot
10,000 Jews in Syria
Pi i"'i am :ia> ag ee I ,o al-
low the settlement of 10,000 Jew
ish i idudtrialisi i, t zhnlcian
cialii -. .. I isani. and ..,-. ii uitu
work -s n Syria, wh' i io undi. .
Fren i mandate, < 'o\ led py a
colot .. .
mar the Palestine border. iThe
credit for this decision is said to
be due to the Committee for De-
fending the Rights of East Euro-
pean Jewry, whose chairman is
Justin Godart, prominent states-
man.
Memphis, Term.Will Gerber,
first assistant attorney general,
will become city attorney of Mem-
phis after January 1. The new
city attorney is prominently iden-
tified with local Jewish activities.
The Jewish Welfare Bureau has
a number of children it is desirous
of placing with good Jewish homes.
It is important that these children
i 'ctive thorough home care and
that (he environment be that ac-
i.rded one's own child. The bu-
* -u !'; .ay for the care of the
i provide clothing and other-
i- i are of the material
vi. ii these children. Those who
. i ii.ai they can be of assistance
in placing these children are urged
to communicate immediately with
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive sec-
retary of (he Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau.


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THB JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January li, jgjj
JtaMo J&yrotgog %uU*tin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder and Dirrt.>r. Radio 9rnasoc o< America
SUNDAY MORNINGS W10D, MIAMI. FLORIDA
VOL. V. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 19S.S
"Personal Religion
Scripture Readine. Micah. Chapter VI. Verses 6-6. Inclusive
One question that has been asked me repeatedly begs for consid-
eration in greater length than can be given to it in the Question Box.
I shall devoti myself to it in the sermon this morning, please God, be-
cause I believe that there are many who have never framed the query
in >o many word.-, but who are. nevertheless, puzzled by some such
problem. The question was put to me again one day last week by a
gentleman who said, "It dawned on me. about three years ago, thai.
its one who considered himself an intelligent and well-read man. I was
woefully ignorant of the Bible. I read it then for the first time.
fl m the laws contained in this volume, I understand that there
are many ether mandates and prohibitions which the Jew must obey.
But. since prior to three years ago I had no knowledge of the Bible,
and. today I still lack information about the other laws which, as a
Jew, I am expected to bey, how. in the name of common sense, can I
be held liable for my so-called sins?"
The answer to that logical and wisely worded inquiry is very
brief, but, for its practical application to be understood, some clarifi-
cation is essential. The answer i- that, in the absenceof definite >n-
- ruction in the laws, you are the judge of what is right or wrong.
Vs. you might say that religion il a personal matter. And I am. for
the present, not concerned with the angle of it which touches on the
personal IV ity. the individualistic conceptioi I God. We are con-
cerning i j--lives with religious principles, with the purpose of reli-
gious teachings, even in the absence of systematic instruction on the
matter. We grant the wisdom. th< necessity of instruction. The Rabbis
have placed "Talmud Torah"the study of the law. above all else,
because knowle Igi the greatest aid and guide to proper conduct and
perforn the right sort of fe t< lead for the common good, as
well as one-- i wn.
The Pi ; Ki I Micah lists the demand- thai God makes upon man
very concisely: ". to do justly, ami mercy, and to walk hum-
bly" with thy God."' In the absence of knowledge of the law. your
conscience, your n tastes and prefi may guide you. When
the heath- i r< lesti i Rabbi Hillel to teach him all of Judaism in the
length thai uld retain his balance standing on one leg,
the wisi Ral : laid down th< Golden Rule, negatively worded--"What
is des] i. do not into your comrade. This is all of the Torah.
The re-; it but ary." This may appeal be 1 broad a
path, too wide a latitud. to give one. But it is not so. I would trust
any man with such a simple rule for his personal religion. Yes, even
the hard-ned criminal. the habitual -inner.
No '.' eligious or legal instruction to
be hone--, just, rigl lir and kind, -lu-t let him apply this rul>
in his personal life, l intercourse with his fellowmen. and Heaven
will ha\e come to earth. The murderer does not want to have his own
life taken. The robber does not ire to have his own property taken
from him. The cheat doe- not d< -ire to have another defraud him.
The slanderer feels the pain of the lying tongues of others. The bully
the abuse of a stronger ruffian than he. The scorner winces
at the insults of another. The nagging wife is driven to distraction by
similar tactics din ted at her by her husband. The jealous husband
knows the t I th< damned when he is subjected to the unjust
accusations infidelity as charged by his wife. All these can be
cured of their evil pra ti u themselves, if they but apply
Ral irht to inflict another
pain- which tsteful to him. be they physical hurts or mental
angu
One told in so many words that this or that is for-
bid! Forbidden by whom, by what? What greater deterrent m
e be than to make this t> I : IT elf: "Would I want to be
treated thusly? Would I want to be in the position of the oth> r fel-
low?" I will further. To me, the man or woman who is good be-
cau- mands it. and not because hi? sense of honor and de-
cency counsels him, is not truly religious. In this sense, persona!
religion tower- above the creedal and dogmatic variety. Too often
hav. wi.....c the dogmatist, the pietist, the ritualist place his creed
above human welfare, the comfort and happiness of a fellow being.
That il i rel gion. Such conduct has placed religion in disrepute,
has empl vnag ?ues and churches, has driven from our doors
the yotil are all trying to serve, and who. often, have a
>i- values than do the critics
n th< m.
Mind : u I minim the value of instruction; I am not
. inspii ition be abridged; but,
I do b nd, the trained religion -t who ha-
-u: :' I tl lav, ence which echoes the voice of God
din I breach of the law with a Scriptural
ver.-i I Hillel' enl nts when he said. "To
thlm ws then a- the night the day. thou cant
no- to lurself in the place of the other fel-
low. How would you wish I i be treated, then? If you were he and
he wi W would you want him to treat you" Your own code,
your o-'. L'ion will decide your conductand
it will I reproach.
George 11. Murphy ha iti this phase in a somewhat facetious
vein. bul I Ml the value of his advice in
"IF I WERE YOU"
If l .. u, I often say to those who seem to need advice,
I'd always look before I leaped; I'd always think it over twice.
And then I'd I sigh For. after all, I'm only I.
I'd ne'< >s, if I wi n you, the failings of my fellow-men;
I'd thini. .ail viir virtues first, and scan my own shortcomings then.
But though all this i- good and true, I am but I; I am not you.
If I wi re ;. U and half so vain, amidst my folly I would pause
To see how dull and light a fool I was myself. I don't because
(And here I heave a pitying sigh) I am not you; I'm only I.
If I were you. no -elfish care should chase my cheery smile away;
I'd scatter round me love and hope: I'd do a kindness every day.
But h'-ro again I find it true that I am I. and you are you.
I would not be so very quick to take offense, if I were you;
I would respect myself, at least, whatever others say or do.
Alas! can no one tell me why I am not you, instead of I?
In short, if I were only you, and could forget that I was I;
I think that little cherub wings would sprout upon me, by and by.
The poet may have joked about the subject, but, it is not impos-
sible, it is not so difficult for one to consider the feelings of those
with whom he comes in contact. This, however, is very truethat
, cherub wings would sprotu on us if we did appfr jjgJJ ^ sooner
, daily conduct. The Golden Rule m our personal r c > g ^^
sprout wings on us than will ?* %*"?**%%* \ God of the every-
istic practices without the realization tl,at God, tn <* f us that
day man and woman, of the unlearned in the Law, requ
we". -do justly, and love merc^and t fmade for
God." Man was not made for the ^*'J* ly" has not been
rs we ^Sffi
"What is despised by you, do not unto your comrade This o
the law The rest is but commentary. U-t huh. inernu .
he Prince, be your patron saint. Follow hisJ guidance h- simpU- rule
and your life, both secular and religious, will be all that God requires
of yon. ^_________________,----------------
Tampa Notes
Mrs. F.ffic P McAfee of St. Pe-
tersburg, formerly of Pans,
France, will be the speaker at the
annual luncheon of the Tampa sec-
tion. National Council of Jewish
Women. January 16 at 12:46
k at the Tampa Yacht and
'ountry Club.
Mrs. McAfee, formerlj a mem-
ber of the faculty of Hunter Col-
l gi New York, has been in charge
of welfare work among Jewish ref-
llgees n Paris and i- a brilliant
KIT.
All resident and visiting mem-
bers of the council are invited, and
make reservation- with Mrs.
Leo Weiss r Mrs Y. Aroi
:ng of the Congregation Schaasi
was held in the temple ves-
try rooms on Sunday evening, Jan-
I ifficers and trustee? for
oming year were elected.
was given in marriage by her [.
der brother, Mr. Joe Wohl.
Mr. I. Segall, cousin of the
bridegroom, was Mr. Juster's best
man.
Immediately after the ceremony
an informal reception was held it
the home of the bride, 1037 Nin^,
ave.
Mr, and Mrs. Juster left for
wedding trip to Minneapolis and
I Chicago, where they will visit rel-
atives. Mrs. Juster traveled in :,
navy blue crepe suit, and her c
I cessories matched her ensembli
.', Florence and Ruth
have returned to the city
:t with relative- in Or-
ando, Fla. They were accompa-
ny their cou.-in. MiSS
... f ( hicago and
Orlando, who -pent several days
fieri a1 thi Brashes' residence.
Sarah Ri bi a Wohi and
M Max M. Juster were married
iftemoon at 4 o'clock at
! Rodoph Sholom. Rabbi
Adolnl performed the cere-
. which wa- witnessed only by
immediate

The annual congregati na meel bi ,-hi was unattended,
MUSA ISLE
Mr. Herman Perlman, p>tti.
dent of the West Coast Army
.Stores, died at his home, ion West
2fith ave., Saturday morning t
3:30 o'clock after an illness of M
months.
Funeral services were held from
the home Monday morning at 10
o'clock with Rabbi Adolph Burger
of Rodoph Sholom Temple official.
ling. Burial was in the Woodlawi
Cemetery.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Kate Perlman; two sons, Fred and
lack Perlman, all of Tampa; a
daughter, Mrs. Ira Schoen of Pas-
saic, N. J.; two grandchildren,
Joan Perlman and Patricia Ann
Perlman. Tampa; a brother, Ben
Perlman of Atlanta, Ga., and two
sisters, Mrs. Anna Kampelman and
Mrs. Celia Bokor of New York
City.
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i"riday, January 11, 1936
THE JKWISM FLOEIDLAN
PC Five
A larpc number of tourists and
residents attended the card party
sponsored for the benefit of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
wish Orthodox Congregation last
feunday night at the Y. M. H. A.
Duilding. The door prize was
la warded to Mrs. Louis Levitt. In-
dividual prizes for high scores were
[ii aided at each table. Hostesses
for the event were Mesdames Max
[Weinberger, T. Rosengarten, Jo-
[scph Shonfeld, Milton VVeiner and
(.). l.ouis Shot-hot. During the eve-
[ning a buffet luncheon was served.
[A tidy sum was realized for the
rial mud Torah fund of the con-
gregation.

Next Wednesday evening Beth
iDavid Sisterhood will be hosts at
la benefit card party at the Murray
I Auto Show rooms on Biscayne
bivd. and 20th st., with Mesdames
Harry Markowltz and Jack 1'allott
as the hostesses. Prizes will l>e
I awarded for high scores at each
table, and refreshments will bo
nerved. The- public is invited to at-
[ tend.
V
Sunday evening, January 20th,
[.Miami Beach hotels will be the
s: cue of a number of simultaneous
card parties for the benefit of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau. This is
an annual event designed to raise
funds to carry on the welfare work
of the organization. In charge of
arrangements is Mrs. Herbert E.
Kleiman.
Mr. and Mrs. William Weinber-
ger, winter visitors from Brook-
lyn, celebrated their golden wed-
Iding anniversary last Sunday at a
party given for them in the patio
of the Palermo apartments, 756
.Meridian ave., where they have
Keen winter residents for the last
live years. Sponsoring the cele-
bration were Mrs. Lena Blattberg,
her daughter, Miss Helen Blatt-
berg, and Charles Kramer of
Brooklyn and Saratoga Springs,
New York.
* *
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring a congregational dinner at
its Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday
evening, January l.'itn, from 6:30
to 8:30 o'clock, to which all mem-
ber.- and the general public are in-
: vited. A program of entertain-
ment will be provided. In charge
of arrangements is a committee
consisting of Mrs. S. B. Weiner-
man, chairman, who is being as-
sisted by Mesdames J. Spence, W.
M. Blutstin, L. Litt, J. Engler, Sol
Weinkle and Jack Pallott as the!
door committee, and R. Ncwberg
and H. Markowitz as decorations
committee, and Miss Helen Schiff
in charge of entertainment. Res-
ervations may be made with any
member of the committee.

An important regular meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Synagogue next
Tuesday evening, January 15th,
when final plans for the annual
dance of the organization will be
announced. All members are urged
to attend.
.
Beth David Sisterhood will meet
next Wednesday afternoon, Janu-
ary 16th, at 2:30 p. m. in its Tal-
mud Torah Hall. This will be
preceded by a meeting of the
board of directors in the Jorm of
a luncheon, which will be held at
12:.'{0 p. m., with Mesdames M.
Scheinberg and William Friedman
as the hostesses.

Wednesday morning marked the
beginning of operations for the
building of a Talmud Torah and
center for Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion at Miami Beach. The formal
ground-breaking will be held Mon-
day, January 11th, at 10 a. m.,
when prominent residents and tour-
ists will take part in the ceremo-
nies, In charge of the building
program are Messrs. Harry Levitt,
Jacob Becker and Joseph Rose. The
building will be erected on the lot
adjoining the congregation and will
face Third st.

A meeting of the parents of the
pupils of the Talmud Torah and
Sunday school of the Miami Jew-
i.-h Orthodox Congregation will be
held at the vestry rooms of the
synagogue next Tuesday after-
noon. January 15th, at 2 o'clock.
All parents are urged to attend.
a
The Miami Beach Jewish Social
Set, organized some years ago for
the purpose of affording the resi-
dent and tourist Jewish youth the
opportunity of becoming acquaint-
ed, resumed its series of weekly
dances recently. The organization
holds a dance each week on Thurs-
day evening at the Miami Beach
Golf and Country Club, through the
courtesy of the City of Miami
Beach. Dancing begins at 0:30 p.
m. and music is furnished by the
"nil known Mickey Cherep and his
orchestra. Entertainment is pro-
vided. During the season addi-
tional affairs are held. In charge
of these weekly dances is a com-
mittee consisting of Sheldon Dub-
ler, Belle Siegel, Paula Thaler,
Jack Atkins, Ethel Lipowsky and
Cantor Boris Schlachman. An in-
vitation is extended to all Jewish
young men and women to attend
these dances.

Spain. Peru, Cuba and other
countries from all parts of the
globe are contributing players in
the international elimination con-
tests now in progress nightly at
the Jai-Alai games in the Biscayne
Fronton. Evidence that this game
is one of the fastest and most haz-
ardous known to sport was shown
Tuesday night when Hugues was
struck under the heart, and Mir on
the arm by balls in play. Both re-
covered shortly after the accidents.
The nightly schedule includes sin-
gles, doubles and triples games, the
triples being the fastest of this
speedy sport. In triples two teams
of three players each are seen in
fast, thrilling action every minute
of the contest. The wagering has
been brisk since the opening and
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Beach, was sworn in as an attor-
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he had successfully passed the bar
examinations of the Florida State
Board of Law Examiners. Mr.
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W. L. PHILBRICK
Director of Funerals
Serving Greater Miami
PRIVATE SEDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE
1.357 Collins Ave.
Miami Reach
Phone 5-3311
660 West Flagler St.
Miami
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MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Comptroller's Call, December 31. 1984
RESOURCES Cash .,n Hand and in Banks 11.014.004.79 r. s ii '- linn, nt Securities' 803 1.817,601.36
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TOTAL LIABILI1 IKS 003.60
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i"riday, January 11, 1936 THE JKWISM FLOEIDLAN PC Five A larpc number of tourists and residents attended the card party sponsored for the benefit of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami wish Orthodox Congregation last feunday night at the Y. M. H. A. Duilding. The door prize was la warded to Mrs. Louis Levitt. Individual prizes for high scores were [ii aided at each table. Hostesses %  for the event were Mesdames Max [Weinberger, T. Rosengarten, Jo[scph Shonfeld, Milton VVeiner and (.). l.ouis Shot-hot. During the eve[ning a buffet luncheon was served. [A tidy sum was realized for the rial mud Torah fund of the congregation. • Next Wednesday evening Beth iDavid Sisterhood will be hosts at la benefit card party at the Murray I Auto Show rooms on Biscayne bivd. and 20th st., with Mesdames %  Harry Markowltz and Jack 1'allott as the hostesses. Prizes will l>e I awarded for high scores at each table, and refreshments will bo nerved. Thepublic is invited to at[ tend. • V • Sunday evening, January 20th, [.Miami Beach hotels will be the s: cue of a number of simultaneous card parties for the benefit of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. This is an annual event designed to raise funds to carry on the welfare work of the organization. In charge of %  arrangements is Mrs. Herbert E. Kleiman. Mr. and Mrs. William Weinberger, winter visitors from Brooklyn, celebrated their golden wedIding anniversary last Sunday at a party given for them in the patio of the Palermo apartments, 756 .Meridian ave., where they have Keen winter residents for the last live years. Sponsoring the celebration were Mrs. Lena Blattberg, her daughter, Miss Helen Blattberg, and Charles Kramer of Brooklyn and Saratoga Springs, New York. Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a congregational dinner at its Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday evening, January l.'itn, from 6:30 to 8:30 o'clock, to which all member.and the general public are in: vited. A program of entertainment will be provided. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of Mrs. S. B. Weinerman, chairman, who is being assisted by Mesdames J. Spence, W. M. Blutstin, L. Litt, J. Engler, Sol Weinkle and Jack Pallott as the! door committee, and R. Ncwberg and H. Markowitz as decorations committee, and Miss Helen Schiff in charge of entertainment. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee. • • • An important regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening, January 15th, when final plans for the annual dance of the organization will be announced. All members are urged to attend. • Beth David Sisterhood will meet next Wednesday afternoon, January 16th, at 2:30 p. m. in its Talmud Torah Hall. This will be preceded by a meeting of the board of directors in the Jorm of a luncheon, which will be held at 12:.'{0 p. m., with Mesdames M. Scheinberg and William Friedman as the hostesses. • • • Wednesday morning marked the beginning of operations for the building of a Talmud Torah and center for Beth Jacob Congregation at Miami Beach. The formal ground-breaking will be held Monday, January 11th, at 10 a. m., when prominent residents and tourists will take part in the ceremonies, In charge of the building program are Messrs. Harry Levitt, Jacob Becker and Joseph Rose. The building will be erected on the lot adjoining the congregation and will face Third st. • A meeting of the parents of the pupils of the Talmud Torah and Sunday school of the Miami Jewi.-h Orthodox Congregation will be held at the vestry rooms of the synagogue next Tuesday afternoon. January 15th, at 2 o'clock. All parents are urged to attend. • A The Miami Beach Jewish Social Set, organized some years ago for the purpose of affording the resident and tourist Jewish youth the opportunity of becoming acquainted, resumed its series of weekly dances recently. The organization holds a dance each week on Thursday evening at the Miami Beach Golf and Country Club, through the courtesy of the City of Miami Beach. Dancing begins at 0:30 p. m. and music is furnished by the "•nil known Mickey Cherep and his orchestra. Entertainment is provided. During the season additional affairs are held. In charge of these weekly dances is a committee consisting of Sheldon Dubler, Belle Siegel, Paula Thaler, Jack Atkins, Ethel Lipowsky and Cantor Boris Schlachman. An invitation is extended to all Jewish young men and women to attend these dances. • • Spain. Peru, Cuba and other countries from all parts of the globe are contributing players in the international elimination contests now in progress nightly at the Jai-Alai games in the Biscayne Fronton. Evidence that this game is one of the fastest and most hazardous known to sport was shown Tuesday night when Hugues was struck under the heart, and Mir on the arm by balls in play. Both recovered shortly after the accidents. The nightly schedule includes singles, doubles and triples games, the triples being the fastest of this speedy sport. In triples two teams of three players each are seen in fast, thrilling action every minute of the contest. The wagering has been brisk since the opening and £mHiiniiiimaiiitRiiiiiimiiiiiii'iiMiiiimiiiiimHiHiiiiimiHiitiMiiiimii>. I WHEN I\ JACKSONVILLE EAT AT i = = | Itegal's Kosher Restaurant j 507 LAURA ST. fOpposite Cohen Bros. Dept. Store) OPEN ALL HOURS | I r i.i.iKiMiiiiiiiiii ltiMimiiiiiimHiiii!iiHi..iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii. At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BRF.Al. paying good prices to the betting fans. A band plays nightly for those who want to enjoy dancing during the intermissions between games. • Edward I.ustgarten, son of Dr. A. I.ustgarten of Miami and Miami Beach, was sworn in as an attornej alter having been advised that he had successfully passed the bar examinations of the Florida State Board of Law Examiners. Mr. I.ustgarten will begin the practice of law shortly. FOR A TASTY KOSHER MEAI DINE AT Mushers Ocean View inn 158 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach RADIO SYJNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Top-Man." There also will be prayers, music, scripture reading and a question box. AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 The Best There Is NEW YORK PUMPERNICKEL IKS*> W KH.HTH *T PHONK 2 7529 The Best in Groceries, Meats. Fruits and Vegetables -ONE AND ONLY ONE" DR.BROWNS Original CcUry Tonic Bggg Ftnlllrd and Diatrihutcd Locally by TRY-ME Soda & Bottling Co. %  Ml N. Miami AT*. Phone 2-727.1 For the Finest In Tlread Try NEW YORK RYE JANUARY 11-12 YEAR'S BIGGEST EVENT Spectacular—Amazing—The thrills of a lifetime packed into one short afternoon. Speed, Stunts, Milliard Maneuvers. Sham Battles—largest number of lighting planes ever concentrated. Watch the daily papers for each afternoon's program, (ieneral admisi n title. Reserved seats 50c extra. U-AMHKAM.AIIRACE MIAMI m MUNICIPAL ^ AIRPORT 'JAN II WORLD'S FASTEST And Most HAZARDOUS GAME JAI-ALAI "HI-LI" S (JAMES NIGHTLY At 8:15 P. M.—Except Sunday INCLOSED BUILDING BISCAYNE FRONTON N. W. 3t>th Street at 36th Avenue W. L. PHILBRICK Director of Funerals Serving Greater Miami PRIVATE SEDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE 1.357 Collins Ave. Miami Reach Phone 5-3311 660 West Flagler St. Miami Phone 2-3456 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK of Miami Beach, Florida STATEMENT OF CONDITION Comptroller's Call, December 31. 1984 RESOURCES Cash .,n Hand and in Banks 11.014.004.79 r. s ii '•linn, nt Securities' 803 1.817,601.36 i.w i-.s i MEM I 9 Railroad, Utility and Induatrial Bond* 09,256.00 federal !! %  -• I ve Stock 1.1 in:; I %  Loana and Dii n 1 Redemption Fund -' 5, .00 Furniture and Fixtures, Net liter Depreciation < 179.11 Othi r A el 18.801 08 (34 II TOTAL RESOURCES (2,079,008.60 LIABILITIES Capital •'"" Surplua 100,000.00 Undivided Profits of R ;; > '" rotal Capital, Surplus, Undivided Profits i circulation Id poall • ,' L'.V.i 00.00 ].. Ill TOTAL LIABILI1 IKS 003.60 Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance All Deposits l'|i to and [nc'uding 15,000.00 Are Gua anteed PHILIP LIBERMAN, President



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Page Kour THB JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January li, jgjj JtaMo J&yrotgog %uU*tin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder and Dirrt.>r. Radio 9rnasoc o< America SUNDAY MORNINGS W10D, MIAMI. FLORIDA VOL. V. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 19S.S "Personal Religion Scripture Readine. Micah. Chapter VI. Verses 6-6. Inclusive One question that has been asked me repeatedly begs for consideration in greater length than can be given to it in the Question Box. I shall devoti myself to it in the sermon this morning, please God, because I believe that there are many who have never framed the query in >o many word.-, but who are. nevertheless, puzzled by some such problem. The question was put to me again one day last week by a gentleman who said, "It dawned on me. about three years ago, thai. its one who considered himself an intelligent and well-read man. I was woefully ignorant of the Bible. I read it then for the first time. fl m the laws contained in this volume, I understand that there are many ether mandates and prohibitions which the Jew must obey. But. since prior to three years ago I had no knowledge of the Bible, and. today I still lack information about the other laws which, as a Jew, I am expected to bey, how. in the name of common sense, can I be held liable for my so-called sins?" The answer to that logical and wisely worded inquiry is very brief, but, for its practical application to be understood, some clarification is essential. The answer ithat, in the absenceof definite >n-• ruction in the laws, you are the judge of what is right or wrong. Vs. you might say that religion il a personal matter. And I am. for the present, not concerned with the angle of it which touches on the personal IV ity. the individualistic conceptioi I God. We are concerning i J -lives with religious principles, with the purpose of religious teachings, even in the absence of systematic instruction on the matter. We grant the wisdom. th< necessity of instruction. The Rabbis have placed "Talmud Torah"—the study of the law. above all else, because knowle Igi the greatest aid and guide to proper conduct and perforn the right sort of %  fe t< lead for the common good, as well as one i wn. The Pi ; Ki I Micah lists the demandthai God makes upon man very concisely: ". to do justly, ami mercy, and to walk humbly" with thy God."' In the absence of knowledge of the law. your conscience, your n tastes and prefi may guide you. When the heathi r< lesti i Rabbi Hillel to teach him all of Judaism in the length % %  • • thai uld retain his balance standing on one leg, the wisi Ral %  : laid down th< Golden Rule, negatively worded--"What is des] i. do not into your comrade. This is all of the Torah. The re-; it but ary." This may appeal be 1 broad a path, too wide a latitud. to give one. But it is not so. I would trust any man with such a simple rule for his personal religion. Yes, even the hard-ned criminal. the habitual -inner. No • %  • '.' %  %  • • eligious or legal instruction to be hone--, just, rigl lir and kind, -lu-t let him apply this rul> in his personal life, l intercourse with his fellowmen. and Heaven will ha\e come to earth. The murderer does not want to have his own life taken. The robber does not ire to have his own property taken from him. The cheat doenot d< -ire to have another defraud him. The slanderer feels the pain of the lying tongues of others. The bully the abuse of a stronger ruffian than he. The scorner winces at the insults of another. The nagging wife is driven to distraction by similar tactics din ted at her by her husband. The jealous husband knows the t I th< damned when he is subjected to the unjust accusations infidelity as charged by his wife. All these can be cured of their evil pra ti u • themselves, if they but apply Ral irht to inflict • another painwhich tsteful to him. be they physical hurts or mental angu One %  told in so many words that this or that is forbid! Forbidden by whom, by what? What greater deterrent m e be than to make this t> -• I : IT elf: "Would I want to be treated thusly? Would I want to be in the position of the oth> r fellow?" I will -• further. To me, the man or woman who is good becaumands it. and not because hi? sense of honor and decency counsels him, is not truly religious. In this sense, persona! religion towerabove the creedal and dogmatic variety. Too often hav. wi c the dogmatist, the pietist, the ritualist place his creed above human welfare, the comfort and happiness of a fellow being. That il i • rel gion. Such conduct has placed religion in disrepute, has empl vnag ?ues and churches, has driven from our doors the yotil are all trying to serve, and who. often, have a >ivalues than do the critics n th< m. Mind : u I • • minim •••• the value of instruction; I am not inspii ition be abridged; but, I do b • %  nd, the trained religion -t who ha-u: :' I tl lav, ence which echoes the voice of God din I breach of the law with a Scriptural ver.-i I Hillel' enl nts when he said. "To thlm ws then athe night the day. thou cant no to lurself in the place of the other fellow. How would you wish I i be treated, then? If you were he and he wi W would you want him to treat you" Your own code, your o-'. L'ion will decide your conduct—and it will • I reproach. George 11. Murphy ha iti this phase in a somewhat facetious vein. bul I Ml the value of his advice in "IF I WERE YOU" If l .. u, I often say to those who seem to need advice, I'd always look before I leaped; I'd always think it over twice. And then I'd I sigh For. after all, I'm only I. I'd ne'< >s, if I wi n you, the failings of my fellow-men; I'd thini. • • .ail viir virtues first, and scan my own shortcomings then. But though all this igood and true, I am but I; I am not you. If I wi re ;. U and half so vain, amidst my folly I would pause To see how dull and light a fool I was myself. I don't because— (And here I heave a pitying sigh) I am not you; I'm only I. If I were you. no -elfish care should chase my cheery smile away; I'd scatter round me love and hope: I'd do a kindness every day. But h'-ro again I find it true that I am I. and you are you. I would not be so very quick to take offense, if I were you; I would respect myself, at least, whatever others say or do. Alas! can no one tell me why I am not you, instead of I? In short, if I were only you, and could forget that I was I; I think that little cherub wings would sprout upon me, by and by. The poet may have joked about the subject, but, it is not impossible, it is not so difficult for one to consider the feelings of those with whom he comes in contact. This, however, is very true—that cherub wings would sprotu on us if we did appfr jjgJJ ^ sooner daily conduct. The Golden Rule m our personal r c > g ^^ sprout wings on us than will ?* %*"?**%%* \ !" God of the everyistic practices without the realization tl,at God, tn <* f us that day man and woman, of the unlearned in the Law, requ we". -do justly, and love merc^and t f made for God." Man was not made for the ^*'J* l !" y "„„ has not been rs %  WE ^£Sffi "What is despised by you, do not unto your comrade This o the law The rest is but commentary. U-t HUH. inernu he Prince, be your patron saint. Follow hisJ guidance hsimpUrule and your life, both secular and religious, will be all that God requires of yon. ^ Tampa Notes Mrs. F.ffic P McAfee of St. Petersburg, formerly of Pans, France, will be the speaker at the annual luncheon of the Tampa section. National Council of Jewish Women. January 16 at 12:46 K at the Tampa Yacht and 'ountry Club. Mrs. McAfee, formerlj a member of the faculty of Hunter Coll gi New York, has been in charge of welfare work among Jewish refllgees n Paris and ia brilliant KIT. All resident and visiting members of the council are invited, and make reservationwith Mrs. Leo Weiss r Mrs Y. Aroi :ng of the Congregation Schaasi was held in the temple vestry rooms on Sunday evening, JanI ifficers and trustee? for oming year were elected. was given in marriage by her •[. der brother, Mr. Joe Wohl. Mr. I. Segall, cousin of the bridegroom, was Mr. Juster's best man. Immediately after the ceremony an informal reception was held it the home of the bride, 1037 Nin^, ave. Mr, and Mrs. Juster left for wedding trip to Minneapolis and I Chicago, where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Juster traveled in : navy blue crepe suit, and her c I cessories matched her ensembli .', Florence and Ruth have returned to the city :t with relativein Orando, Fla. They were accompany their cou.-in. MiSS ... • f ( hicago and Orlando, who -pent several days fieri a1 thi Brashes' residence. Sarah Ri bi a Wohi and M Max M. Juster were married iftemoon at 4 o'clock at Rodoph Sholom. Rabbi Adolnl performed the cere. which wawitnessed only by immediate • The annual congregati na meel bi hi was unattended, MUSA ISLE Mr. Herman Perlman, p >tt i. dent of the West Coast Army .Stores, died at his home, ion West 2fith ave., Saturday morning t 3:30 o'clock after an illness of M months. Funeral services were held from the home Monday morning at 10 o'clock with Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph Sholom Temple official. ling. Burial was in the Woodlawi Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Kate Perlman; two sons, Fred and lack Perlman, all of Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Ira Schoen of Passaic, N. J.; two grandchildren, Joan Perlman and Patricia Ann Perlman. Tampa; a brother, Ben Perlman of Atlanta, Ga., and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Kampelman and Mrs. Celia Bokor of New York City. SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE "^3 GIFTS X. ZSIh I.. nH ISIh SI. \ -ho.. I'li.r. I r If Y.ralligator V\ resiling Hourly In \.,-i .,n Fiaelei end Nor h [Ijj \>. iu> la •' h Sit. .1 _£ )^> rki an. I or-Hir, r or th< Rral Mi.u.hla :il I'M r 6, %  ni I M ri .on .. til fmil I I -UKk'. itiUIII %  i I lorI i aground. || i i| u i 1 %  < nuiiu n. .1! 11 Ibe ctrfvl b r 1 ffhf Ill, -• ni,1 Iti.w anil 1 r ., „ -. TurnIndian Jew' • Mil, Potter) I I i c a I ., r : '. lhr 1-. 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wjewisti fiondian Vol. S—No. 2 FL ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 19S5 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around the World Plant Transfer of German Jews From Barcelona to Palestine London Israel Cohen, secretary of the World Zionist Organization, recently returned from a tour of Spain and Portugal, reports that arrangements have been made with the British consul at Barcelona, for the transfer of a considerable number of German Jewish refugees to Palestine. Arabs to Sue Government Before Hague Tribunal Jerusalem A suit against the Palestine government is being enteied before the World Court Tribunal at the Hague, it has been announced by the Arab Youths Organizations. The suit will be based on the charge that the government violated the Palestine Mandate by permitting the transfer of the lluleh land to Jewish concessionaires. German Jewish Attorneys Forbidden to Use i'rofessional Title Berlin—In an effort to make the practice of their profession entirely impossible for Jewish lawyers, the Nazi government has decreed that they shall no longer be permitted to call themselves attorneys. While Jews have long been forbidden to practice as members of the bar, some Jewish lawyers have found it possible to act in an advisory capacity to non-Jewish attorneys, who formally represented clients who desired the services of the Jewish lawyers they had employed in the pre-Hitler period. The Hitler g( vcrnment has officially denied rumors, current in th Saar territory and elsewhere, that a new "purge" similar to that of June 30th last has been instituted. West Flagler to Open Monday Miami's greyhound racing seasun swings into full blast Monday night with the opening of the centrally located West Flagler Kennel Club, operatel by Jake Sher and Bill Iluntley, for a meeting of 'IT nights. Many improvements will be noted this season at West Flagler. among the developments being new -tailing boxes. The big features of the new boxes, designed and patented by Mrs. S. C. Levenson of Miami, are the full panel glass doors and glass partitions between each Stall. When the boxes are lighted fans are able to watch the movementof each racer, and the dogs in turn can see each other and watch for the lure as it swings past them. The track itself has been completely rebuilt with new soil and should prove extremely fast. Some of America's finest thoroughbred greyhounds will be running over the strip and it is probable that this meeting will see several track records broken. .lack Bell, sports editor of the Miami Daily News and an official whose judgment is regarded highly by greyhound owners, will serve as presiding judge. Al Melcher, for 20 yeares supervisor of mutuels on Kentucky Jockey Club horse tracks, will be in charge of the mutuel plant. Jew to Represent Government in Tel AvivTel Aviv, Palestine—In connection with the report that Englishmen would be appointed by the Palestine government us town clerks to supervise the financial affairs of the various communities, it is being said here that Alex Epstein, assistant district commissioner for the Southern District of Palestine, might he named by the High Commissioner as town clerk for Tel Aviv. This represents an entirely new office and is intended to bring the government in closer touch with the fiscal management of the municipalities. Mr. Epstein is a brother of E. M. Epstein, Jewish National Fund Secretary. Anti-Semitic Pamphlets Distributed in London Jewish Quarter London—The district where immigrant Jews are concentrated was flooded on Christmas Day with anti-Semitic pamphlets in which all the charges of the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" are repeated and the Jewish Board of Deputies is accused of being the power behind the British government. The pamphlets also accuse Sir Oswald Mosley, Fascist Black Shirt leader, of a too pro-Jewish attitude. Delegates to Be Banqueted Plans for the annual conference of the Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of the State of Florida, as announced by the officers of the organization, include the following program: Convening of conference and addresses of welcome by the offcers on Sunday. January 20th, at 1 p. m. at St. Petersburg. This will be followed by the laying of the corner stone for the Synagogue of B'nai Israel Congregation, in which all Rabbil attending the conference will participate. Following the ceremonies a brief sightseeing tour will be held, to be followed by a banquet at li o'clock. After the; banquet the second session of the j conference will be held, and business will be transacted. Sessions will be held at Tampa Monday morning, January 21st. A sightseeing tour will be held in ;the morning. The first business I session will be held at 2 p. m., to be followed by a banquet to the visiting delegates at fi "p. m. Fol| lowing the banquet the final session <7t the conference will be held. Delegates from most of the Florida cities are expected to attend, legislation to be introduced into the Florida Legislature in April will be discussed. Kashrus, child and adult education are among the other problems to be acted on. Those desiring to attend are urged to call their Rabbis. Acting Squarely As expected, another act of the ever popular Miami drama. "Playing at Kaahrux," was produced this week. The curtain rose with an ensemble of butchers in a chorus of "We must unite against the eneni}," l.ul some of the stellar players being absent, discord was the prevalent note. However, "we shall not sign' was introduced instead, with hands on hearts in suppliant attitude. But as the chorus rose in i.ii d, so its members deserted, one > uae. The Kashrus Committee proceeded on its way, even though the majority indulged in the maneuver of Let's pass to the Rabbi." Contracts were drawn and each hutch.. lurnished with a copy. A salient fiature ol this contract wane iequirement of depositing cash with the committee to insure the observance of "Kashrus." 'I he matter is a very simple one. One who carries on the business ol a kosher butcher should, in simple holiest), forgetting all religious requirements, sell ONLY KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY. Any attempt at evading this duty is dishonest. The public, in view of the chaotic conditions affecting the kosher meat business in this area, is entitled to definite assurances that the supposedly kosher meat purchased is, IN FACT. KOSHER. There can be no way of giving this assurance unless b> someone in authority, representing the public, in whom the people have confidence. Such authority must have some distinct agreement with these butchers, and SOMETHING CONCRETE by way of a bond, before such assurance may be or could be given. We recognize no distinction as between butchers in a matter of this kind. Past history has shown us rather plainly that one who today may be the acme of everything that is good, tomorrow is the very opposite. The Kashrus committee, aided by the Rabbi, has been exceptionally fair. It has agreed to start all over again and forget the transgressions of the past. It has signified its willingness to place a "Mashgiach" in every store desiring such supervision. Perhaps the agreement offered by the committee is stringent, and should be modified. Nevertheless unless such modifications are suggested, a simple refusal to sign, an absolute defiance of the purposes and intents of the committee and the Rabbi cannot but help create suspicion in the minds of the purchasing public. \\ e feel that every man is entitled to be heard. Perhaps some of the butchers who refuse to align themselves with real Kashrus regulations have a valid reason therefor. The columns of the Jewish Floridian are open to such butchers to afford the public an opportunity of learning facts that they may not know, and we invite them to make use of it. We submit the Jewish public is deserving of "square action" on the part of the butchers, NOW and NOT LATER, in some indefinite future. Rabbis to Speak At Open Forum The second in a series of cultural symposiums, to be held under the auspices of the rabbiof Greater Miami, will be held at Beth Jacob Synagogue Tuesday evening. January l.'ith, beginning at s o'clock. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Synagogue will present the religious angle of "Zionism as the Solution to the Jewish Problem." Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio Synagogue will present the general aspects of the subject, and Rabbi I Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Israel will present the view of Re "Mil Jewry on this problem. Rabbi lulius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will pre> : de. A musical program will be presented during the intermissions etween the addresses of the Kabbis, Following the addresses the members of the audience will be invited to ask questions of the speakers regarding the subject to be discussed. It is the object of these symposiums to awaken an interest on the part of Miami Jewry in Jewish problems of the day. The public is urged to attend. Announcements TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI > i: I irm t 117 N. K. Nineteenth St. UK. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Regular Friday evening services •A be in Id at B:15 o'clock. "The Birth and Death %  %  :' the Sabbath" the subject of the lecture to be delivered by Dr. Jacob Kaplan. Saturday mornin services begin at 11 o'clock. "Darkness" is the subject of Dr. Kaplan's Saturday morning sermonette. The public is cordially welcome. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) .'ill Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi I Worth Commending Last week a Mr. H. D. Crandall. reputed to be a publicity man of West Palm Beach, dissatisfied with a purchase he had made from the Miami Pants Co., created a scene in front of the store of the company on North Miami ave. Mr. Joseph Simon, proprietor of the company, paid no attention until ( randall began abusing the Jewish people and using vile language and epithets. The police authorities were called in and Crandall was arrested for disorderly conduct. Complaint was lodged with Mr. Dale James of the Fair Practice Bureau of alleged unfair business dealings against the Miami Pants Co. A thorough investigation resulted, following which Mr. Abe Aronovit/. assistant city attorney and prominent Jewish communal worker, became interested. A demand was made on Crandall by Mr. Aronovitz. which was strongly approved by Mr. James, that apology be made by him for the language used toward the Jewish people. Mr. Aronovit/. stated, "It mattered little to Mr. Simon or to myself what the personal claims of Crandall were. However, it did matter that men should be careful in applying derogatory terms towards the Jewish people as a w hole." Mr. Crandall. when faced with the alternative of apologizing or faring criminal prosecution, wrote a letter of apology, which was approved by Mr. Aronovitz and Mr. Dale James. We believe that were every Jewish merchant, attorney or professional man as zealous in protecting the name of the Jewish people, and demanding redress and apology such as was done in this case by Mr. Aronovitz and Mr. Simon, there would be better understanding and feeling among Jews and non-Jews. The action of these gentlemen should be commended by all. Late Friday night services begin at 8 o'clock with an address by Mrs. Edward Jacobs, president of National Hadassah, on "Hadassah, What It Stands for and What It Does." The usaal chanting and singing will be directed by Cantor Boris Schlachman. Saturday morning services, beginning at 9 o'clock, will hear an address by the Raboi on the portion of the week in Yiddish. Mtncha services at 4 p. m. are followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv services. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Early services begin at 5:30 with the late services at 8:15, when the Rabbi will preach on "I Have Made Hard His Heart." The usual chanting and congregational singing will be enjoyed. This Fridayevening will be known as "Director's Night," with an address by a member of the board on the work of the Congregation, following the Rabbi's sermon. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. Minchii services begin at 4:30 with the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv services following. The public is invited to attend all services. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The usual late Friday night services begin at 8 o'clock with an address by the Rabbi on "Will Our Present Day Civilization Endure?" Cantor Nathan Wroobel and the choir will chant the services. Saturda) morning services begin at 8:30, when Carl Feit, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feit, will be Bar Mitzva. He will recite the Haftoro and the blessings and speak briefly in English. The Rabbi will preach briefly. The Junior Congregation will meet Sat urday morning at 10:30. The Bar Mitzva Club meets Sunday morning at 8 for services and breakfast.


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Fajday, January 11, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pa*r Thre HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN J. Fuchs and Mr*. J. H. Jacobs was m financial and social success. PUBLISHED KVEKI FRIDAY bj the JBWISU PLOKIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Bex 2*71 .News Towir BideMiami, Fla. I-hone 2-5304 I1 S. W. 15th A..ne. EDITORIAL omen I I'aoa* I-11SI J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor PRKD K. SHOCHKT. < irr.l.llon Manacer CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Cntered •• lecun.l claea nutter July &f 18*0. at the Poet Office at Miami. Fiorina, nnder the Act of March t. 187. WEST PALM BEA( II SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KI.S1.EE Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. .Ill Mealha ".. Tear SUBSCRIPTION M.I FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935 Vol. 8—No. 2 Burying the Hatchet After several years of bitter struggle and violence, climaxed by the sensational Arlosoroff case, the Revisionists and Laborites, the Right and Left wings of the Zionist movement, have buried the hatchet and made peace. The agreement signed in London by Vladimir Jabotinsky, generalissimo of the Revisionists, and David Ben-Gurion, Labor leader and member of the Zionist Executive, pledges all parties to refrain from violence under all circumstances and from the advocacy and justification of terrorism... Without restricting any party's freedom of criticism or discussion, the peace pact binds the signers to prevent any breach of the agreement for equitable distribution of work in Palestine, as well as to avoid insults to the symbols, flags and uniforms of political opponents. The signers also agree to punish members who break the agreement, to set up a system of appeal and arbitration to deal with any disputes arising from Ihe terms of the agreement. The importance of this agreement to the future welfare of Palestine and the progress of the Zionist movement cannot be overestimated. The controversy between Revisionists and Laborites has struck at the very vitals of Zionism and [was doing immense damage not only in Palestine, but throughout the Diaspora, where the two parties were clashling. In bringing to an end this internecine war Jabotinsky and Ben-Gurion have done Palestine and Zionism an invariable service. They have taken the first step in restoring Zionist unity. Indications are that this agreement will be followed by other developments further cementing relations between the various Zionist parties. If the terms of the agreement are scrupulously carried out—and there is no reason to expect the contrary—the signing of that document (must be regarded as a milestone in Zionist history. Watching One's Step Saturday night a local daily, in one of its popular collimns, published a paragraph anent the Kashrus situation in this area. Its author showed a woeful knowledge of the elementary conditions of this problem. However, most Jews tvorlooked this sally on the part of non-Jews into strictly Jewish religious matters. Hut when on Tuesday night last, slurs were cast, though no names were mentioned, against the Greater IVIiami Jewish Cemetery Association; when charges were made which were immediately used by some candal mongers as a basis for false stories, the Jewish people Jegan to resent such actions. Wednesday night what may be [termed "a backhand retraction" was published. We have always held the highest regard for the publisher and editors of this paper. We believe they are trying to uphold the finest traditions of a clean newspaper. In all sincerity, may we respectfully suggest that a thorough investigation be made before any aspersions be cast upon organizations whose records are those of unselfish service to leir people. And further permit the Jewish people to solve their own religious problems. St. Petersburg Friday night services of B'nai Israel begin at 8 o'clock. Sermon, "The Need of Personal Religion." Herbert Miller, a pupil of the religious school, will conduct part of the service. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, sermon, "Weekly Portion of the Law." The card party iponsored by Mr. Miss Annabel! Jacobs of West Palm Beach is visiting her parents and is being entertained by her many friends. A reception committee was appointed to take care of the members of the Florida Rabbinical Conference, who are expected on January 20. Congregation B'nai Israel extends a cordial invitation to all the members of the conference to attend the laying of the corner stone, which will take place January 20 at 3 p. m. 2 Sense and Non-Sense Mr. Aaron Grossman has again addressed the children during tha Sunday session and wa received with much interest. Rabbi Kleinfeld, th ecretary of the conference, received a letter from Rabbi Morris David Margolis of Jacksonville, Fla., stating that he and Mrs. Margolis, together with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Becker and M. Scheinbaum, will attend the conference. Jacksonville News Miss Edith Wolf son entertained more than fifty friends recently in honor of Miss Helen I.andry of Valdosta, Ga. A little more praising, a little less jeering; A little more trusting, a little less fearing; A little more patience in trouble and pain, A little less willing at times to complain, A little more kindness worked into the strife Are all that is needed to glorify life. A little mure honor, a little less greed; A little more service, a little less creed; A little more courage when pathways are rough; A little more action, a little less bluff; A little more kindness by you and by me, And oh! what a wonderful world it would be! "Customers push my goods for me," said the manufacturer. "What line are you in, anyway? asked a friend. "Baby carriages," was the reply. Aunt Hetty—Sakes alive, I don't believe no woman could ever be so fat. Uncle Sy—What y' reading now, Hetty? Hetty—Why, this paper telli about an Englishwoman that lost two thousand pounds. Lose not thy own for want of asking for it; it will get thee no thanks. True liberty can exist only when justice is equally administered to all. At the meeting of the Daughters of Israel reports of the New "i ear's affair showed that a marked success had been made. Miss Ethel Joel, chairman of the annual cabaret to be held January 30th, reports that it will be one of the outstanding events of the year. Mrs. M. 1). Margolis read a sketch entitled "A Jewish Sabbath." The announcement of the marriage of Jane Sara Lichtenstein io Paul S. Jacobson in New York City on December 30th was made by the parents of the bride this week. Mrs. Jacobson is the grandaughter of Mrs. Leopold Furch. ott. Robert G. Witty of the Livington Memorial Episcopal Church .vas the guest speaker at the Jcwish Temple last Friday night. Missei Nora Wernu iff and Kiddie Simon entertained la I week in honor of Miss Liberman, brideelect, with a lingerie sh >wer. Bridge and other games were played. A delicious salad was -• rved during •. ening. Mr. and Mrs. K. Rosenberg entertained a number of friends recently at their home. Dancing, music and delicious refreshment! were enjoyed. Miss Rose Lieberman, daughter I Mr. ami Airs. Israel Max Liebii man. and Murray Bernard Glickstein of Jacksonville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Glickstein of New Haven, Conn., were united in niarrlagl at r > o'clock Sunday evening, January G, in the home of the bride's parents, 1S2I> I'erry st., Rabbi Morris If. Margolis of the Jacksonville Jewish Center reading the impressive ceremony. Sanford Notes Sydney J. Weinberg, son of Mrs. Dan Kay, graduate of Seminole High school, was recently honored by an invitation to join Phi Kappa Phi, the ranking honor society at the University of Florida. This is considered an outstanding accomplishment, and only three students in the February graduating class I raise my hat to any guy Who can his gal's request deny. Dissensions, like small streams at first begun, Unseen they rise, but gather a* they run. have been so honored. Sydney is a member of Kappa Delta Phi, national honor society in education; Kappa Phi Kappa, national professional fraternit in education, and Peabody Club, the literary society for the College of Education. He nas served as recording secretary and as editor-in-chief of the fraterniiy organ in Kappa Phi Kappa and as secretary-treasurer in Peabody Club. Memphis Picks Jew For City Attorney France Io Permit Settlement ot 10,000 Jews in Syria Pi i"'i am % %  :ia> ag ee I ,o allow the settlement of 10,000 Jew ish i idudtrialisi i, t zhnlcian cialii -. .. I isani. and ..,-. ii uitu work -s n Syria, wh' I io undi. .• Fren i mandate, < 'o\ led py A %  %  colot .. •. mar the Palestine border. iThe credit for this decision is said to be due to the Committee for Defending the Rights of East European Jewry, whose chairman is Justin Godart, prominent statesman. Memphis, Term.—Will Gerber, first assistant attorney general, will become city attorney of Memphis after January 1. The new city attorney is prominently identified with local Jewish activities. The Jewish Welfare Bureau has a number of children it is desirous of placing with good Jewish homes. It is important that these children i 'ctive thorough home care and that (he environment be that aci.rded one's own child. The bu* -u !'; .ay for the care of the i provide clothing and otheri' i are of the material vi. II these children. Those who i ii.ai they can be of assistance in placing these children are urged to communicate immediately with Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary of (he Jewish Welfare Bureau.



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5! BSv59(if99 THE JKWial f LORJDIAM Friday, January 1], 1935 Miss Alice Bernsb i executive irj for Junior Hlassah, it a rues) :i: the Alamac Beach, %  when for the next several %  %  Hosti -eries of simultaneou held for the ire Bulay, January 20th. arc: Floridi %  H ti I, Mrs. Ber.ha B. Helene II tel, Mrs J. Gerald Lewis; W.lliam Penn Hotel, Mrs. Harr> Z. Silvennan; •.' % %  Iv< Mrs. Morris Dubler; n Arms Hotel. Mr-. M. Beth I avid Hall, Mrs. Sol rt; Mayflower Hotel. Mrs. • wis Brown: Franklin Hotel, Mrs. h Williamson: Ritter's Hotel, Marvin Bronner. • • After a series :' onferences ihrufl Committee of .'.. Mr. Max Nussbaum. if the meat department of 7-Day Home Sales Special! trade-in your old radio on this new all wave precision Atwater Kent Ever) program becomes thrilling with this marvelouBly sensitive new radio and it makes you positively ashamed of w i (id one! Some of the features are: all-wave tuning: l-point tone control: auto ate volume control shadow tuning. 82.50, c l u b plan, 10.(>8 down 8.25 for 9 months M MS STORE, I II 111 I LOOH BurdiriQ's MIAMI d MIAMI BEACH Sum///?/( itt\liku< A Special Section for Jewish Friends—Hurdine's, Second Floor Kosher Ma xecuted the contract placing his I under the supervision of : m tte< which is being aided : Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom. David Klein, a graduate of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yi a York, is thi ach in n % %  ittei it tl %  i Ral bi Klein i a wt II • ir, highlj • spected :n Yeshiva circles and among siting a An informal gathi i g I friends Satui lay afternoon at Hall when Mana-Zucca encocktail hour in honMr ..-. :. : • .-.. %  day. grai % %  • hich include tei r .' • %  1 who thrilled to." > %  uance e held f. M. H. A. bldg. nuary 23i ised a1 eeting f th< gai Wednesday night. Ml srill be admitted within chargi f arrangeI %  • %  • nsisting of | rry Gi • .%  rk •. an I Ben & in the n>. to a con • Blumberg. Al I Sol Rot! rt. %  %  V. M. II. A. baski I i I %  %  • • ; y a scoi %  ht they W .. I %  26, Ml f the tl :.: Davis Lackowil • Ross, y Lubel, Joe Davis, Harry r, Ralph Grossman, Jat< I at• : Neal Cam aching the is Abe Cutler. January 14th I the tean; will piay the I". I I • • Senior Hadassah ol Miami i j tendering a reception to Mrs. Edward Jacobs, national president of Hadassah, who recently spent a | year in Palestine, on Monday, Jan14th, at 2:30 ; m., in the grill r^orn of the Alamac Hotel, Collins ind 13th st., Miami Beach. Mr.-. tell of her ex; stine and of the work of H and other / • I activitM • ng Ha• %  •nd. In the reet the g in, JoVYilliamson, Barney Weinkle, Goldstein, Milton Wi %  Harry I'.ubin. The executive board of Miami • Hadassah entertained bs, president of • n al organization, at .. lay at the Urmey Mrs. Jacobs, who recently returned from Palestine, gave tings :'rom the national chap%  ,ld of her experiences -.' %  Max Dobrin preaidV %  und table discussion folrs attending were Mrs. Har. 1. Lipt n, Mr.-. G. Berlin. Mrs. Alex Istein, Mrs. Joseph Wil n, Mrs. Barney Weinkle, (ill ... Weiner, Mr.-. L. J. %  r, Mrs. Rubii Mrs. L. J. Gell, ChiMrs. W. II. Hanna, C M -. Meyer Schwartz. : : tnight ... ; k '•' view Club ixth birthday anni, at a dinnerat the Mandarin Gardens, \ g I resenti brid em Ar'einl i g, Mi Adele Ha rj Orlin, Mrs. S. • Id, Mr.-. Albert E. thai, Mr.-. Alex Goldstein, Henry Berg, Mr.-. Charles ... Mrs. Samuel WeisMl Milton Weiner, Mr-. Mrs. Herman Kubin, Miss Ann< Weiner and Mrs. Jon. The next review Mrs. Gins368 S. W. Twelfth by Mr.-. WilBon. Last Thursday night Mrs. fi Handle and Mrs. Charles Abbott were hostesses at a benefit bridge for Beth David Sisterhood. A prize of a turkey was won by Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation. • • Mrs. Ida R. Kohen and her . SID(25 and up. gala con-1 ; by the Arbeiterj the Woman's! arge crowd! T..y.?>^ OBUMMH, : to II—CUMm ic 20f Till C P. M.—Evening 2.1c Sunday-Monday, Jan. 13-14 Shirley Temple—Claire Trevor James Dunn— Alan Dinehart BABY TAKE A BOW COMPLETE SAFETY FOR YOUR DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO $5,(10(1 By the Federal Savings & Loan Ins. Corp. Washington, D. C. FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASS'N OF MIAMI IRWIN M. CA88BL, V. P. Congress Bldg. 109 N. E. 2nd Ave. T iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiHiiuiiiiiHiiiiMiiiimiiilimiiiiH 111 %  TH E C A T E SCHOOL of C07 Collins Axe. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION llus Service Mulling Hours Tel. 5-1779 ii iiui.sui;* n For Variety ia Breai* L'SM NEW YORK PRODI JT8 MR. JONAH GREENWALD Of the (Mend Hotel Atlantic City V\ ill Welcome You at the | BISCAYNE-COLLINS HOTEL Bfecayne St. and Collins Ave. Miami Beach Where the STRICTEST KASHRUS Is Combined With the Finest Cuisine REASONABLE RATE* .-,... „ wmmmmm


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