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 )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (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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University of Florida
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 8No. 4
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1935
Price Five CenU
State Conference Beth David to
Attracts Manyj Conduct Ceremony
" _, ,, ... Unique in the annals of MianrT
A large number of b lorida cities ... .. ,. .
.. ,, Jewry will bo the dedication by
Were represented at the statewide D ., r, .. n .. ...
K._*..J^. rwu_,i______i r-_ lBeth Davld Congregation of its
[Conference of Orthodox and Con-
Iscrvative Rabbis and Laymen of
Florida, which began last Sunday
at St. Petersburg, Fla. The dele-
gates to the conference gathered
| to assist at the laying of the cor-
I ner stone of the new synagogue
[ now being completed for the B'nai
I Israel Congregation at St. Peters-
burg, at Arlington and 11th. The
[ceremonies began with the invoca-
tion by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld,
I Rabbi of St. Petersburg. He was
I followed by addresses made by
j Mayor Blank and City Manager
.Sharpe. Other addresses were
[ made by Mr. David Rothblatt,
[ chairman of the building commit-
I tee; Mr. H. S. Jacobs, president of
i the congregation; Rabbi William
Rosenblatt, representing the Re-
form Congregation of St. Peters-
burg; Alderman M. Graubart of
I New York, Mr. M. Rossman of Bir-
mingham, Rabbi Margolis of Jack-
sonville, Rabbi Burger of Tampa,
i .Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Miami,
j Rabbi Julius Washer of Miami,
Rabbi Roscnbloom of Miami Beach,
I Rev. B. Safer of Orlando, Mr. B. J.
^ohen of Orlando and J. L. Shochet.
[As a result of the selling of the
rivilege of laying the corner stone,
[ and the purchase of memorial
bricks, the sum of six hundred dol-
lars was raised for the congrega-
tion. The laying of the corner
stone was preceded by the placing
<>f the documents containing names
of the officers, building committee,
purchasers of honors and the plac-
I ing of coins and a copy of the Jew-
ish Floridian in a copper box which
["was placed within the corner stone.
"Memorial Book of Life" at the
Synagogue Tuesday evening, Jan-
uary 29th, at 8:15 p. m. Beginning
with the official presentation of
the book to the congregation by
Harry Markowitz, president of
Beth David Synagogue, the pro-
gram will include the dedication of
the book by Stanley C. Myers, past
president of the organization. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro will deliver a eu-
logy in memory of the deceased,
whose names will be inscribed in
the book. Cantor Nathan Wroobel
and the choir will chant appropri-
ate selections. The "Memorial
Book of Life" is of genuine black
morocco leather, with a gold edge,
hand-tooled and lettered in gold
leaf. The title page ia printed in
gold bronze and the book itself is
ruled in gray and printed in black
on fine ledger paper designed to
last for a long time. It contains
five hundred pages with an index,
76 pages for Golden Book inscrip-
tions in honor of, eight memorial
tablets, 100 pages "in memory of,"
224 pages in "memory of individ-
uals." The book will be placed on
the altar of the Synagogue and
those whose Vahrzeits occur dur-
ing the current week will be re-
membered at the Friday night
services closest to the anniversary,
and on the Yahrzeit anniversary.
Assisting in the arrangements and
sale of the names in the book are
Announcements
MIAMI JKWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, RabbJ
Early services begin at 5:30 with
the late services at 8:30, when the
Rabbi will preach on "Florida's
Fight for Traditional Judaism."
The usual congregational singing
will be enjoyed. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 9 o'clock.
Mincha services begin at 4:30, fol-
lowed by the Shalosh Saudah and
Maariv services. All are welcome
at these services.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Stanley C. Myers, Harry Gordon,
Leo Ackerman, Al Quadow, Jack
August, M. J. Kopelowitz, M.
Kronenfeld, Louis Weinkle, Jack
Pallott, William Friedman, Nat
Zalka, Charles Goldstein, Mendel
Scheinberg, Manuel Rippa, Nathan
Courtesy Miami Herald.
Bader, Ed Friedman, Joe Fine, Sol
Schwartz, Jerry Goodman, Sidney
Palmer, Larry Fay, J. Lang, Oscar
Argintar, Joe Siegel, M. Blutstine,
Mr. Britz, E. Gordon, S. Rayvis,
Sam Wiesel, Mike Arnold, Harry
Fa rr.
delegates were guests at a lunch-
eon in Rabinowich's Restaurant,
tendered by Mr. and Mrs. David
Stein. At 2 o'clock the delegates
began their deliberation with an
[Appropriate prayers were recited i address of welcome by Mr. David
Iby Rabbi Kleinfeld, who then Stein, president of the Rodeph Sho
|closed the services. ,om Congregation, Mrs. Brash,
At night the delegates were I treasurer of the Ladies' Auxiliary,
endered a banquet by the Ladies' an Vuxiliary of the congregation of
5t. Petersburg at the present quar-
ers of the synagogue. All of the
guest Rabbis attending the conven-
Btion spoke and an appeal resulted
Bin the raising of three hundred dol-
Blars for the congregation. Mr. J.
L. Shochet of Miami presided as
Btoastmaster. During the banquet
Mrs. Rifkin, accompanied by Miss
Feinbei? at the piano, was heard
n several vocal selections, as was
young Philip Benjamin. Rabbi
Kleinfeld played several piano se-
lections and delivered the invoca-
tion.
Following the banquet the ses-
sions of the conference began with
he reading of the annual report
Bt>f the rabbinical section by the
(president, Rabbi Adolph Burger of
ampa. Mr. B. J. Cohen of Or-
lando then read his report for the
Hay division of the conference, fol-
lowing which the conference ad-
journed for the holding of commit-
tee meetings.
I Monday morning all rabbis and
Helegates to the statewide confer-
ence gathered at the Rodeph Sho-
em Congregation in Tampa, Fla.,
here committee meetings were
Jeld. Delegates were then taken
a sightseeing tour of the city
the welcoming committees of
lie congregation. At noon the
of the auxiliary. Rabbis held a
separate session, following which
a joint session of Rabbis and lay-
men was held. A number of reso-
lutions were adopted and commit-
tees were named. A feature of the
session was an interesting address
by Col. O. Falk of Tampa, one of
its leading citizens.
At night more than three hun-
dred guests attended a banquet
tendered by the Ladies' Auxiliary
in honor of the visiting delegates
in the social hall of the congrega-
tion. Large welcoming signs and
gay decorations featured the wel-
come extended to the guests. Rabbi
Burger delivered the invocation
and was followed by an address by
Mayor Chancy of Tampa. Mr. I
David Stein, president of the con-
gregation, spoke and expressed his
happiness at having the conference
in Tampa. Mrs. Witner, vice-pres-
ident of the congregation's Auxil-
iary, presided at the beginning of
the banquet and introduced a num-
ber of the local speakers and pre-
sented the musical numbers, which
included selections by the choir of
Rodeph Sholom, directed by the
Rabbi. A song by Sam Verkauf
and vocal selection by Mrs. H. A.
Sandier. Congregational singing
was led by Rabbi Margolis of
Jacksonville. Cantor Boris Schlach-
Beach Butcher
Found Guilty
Max Goldman, who conducts a
store on Collins ave., Miami Beach,
was arrested last Thursday night
I as the result of charges brought
; against him for violation of the
kosher ordinance of the city. He
told the committee that he was sell-
ing Treifah meat, yet he sold
kosher poultry, and for that reason
declined to remove "Kosher" signs
from his premises. At a hearing
last Wednesday morning before
Judge Dan Galen of the Miami
Beach Municipal Court, Abe Aron-
ovitz, prominent Jewish attorney
and assistant city attorney of
Miami, represented the Kashrus
committee and vigorously prosi-
cuted the case. After hearing the
case Judge Galen found Goldman
guilty and deferred sentence pend-
ing a recommendation of Mr. Aron-
ovitz and the city attorney of
Miami Beach. Judge Galen, in de-
ferring sentence, declared that he
was determined to break up the
violation of the kosher ordinance
and would co-operate with the Jew-
ish community to the effect.
Auxiliary to
Sponsor Party
One of the prettiest events of
the current season will be spon-
sored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- j
gregation on Sunday evening, Jan-'
uary 27th, at the Biscayne Collins
Hotel, Miami Beach, beginning at
8 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded
for high scores, and refreshments
will be served. Mrs. A. M. Bass
is chairman of the arrangements
committee. The public is urged to
attend.
The usual late Friday night
services, beginning at 8 o'clock,
will be observed as Junior Hadaa-
sah night, with Miss Ida Safer of
the local chapter speaking on "Ha-
dassah Influence on Palestine."
Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly.
Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted
by the choir, will chant the serv-
ices. Saturday 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 Ilaftoro and speak in English,
following which he will be ad-
dressed by the Rabbi. The Junior
Congregation meets at 10:30 a. m.
The Bar Mitzva Club meets for
services followed by breakfast i.%
8 a. m. Sunday morning.
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over station WIOD at nine
o'clock on Sunday morning on
"Our Chosen Leader." The serv-
ice will be dedicated to President
F. D. Roosevelt on his approach-
ing birthday, January 30. There
also will be prayers, scripture
reading and a question box.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
This Friday evening at the reg-
ular Friday evening services at
8:15 o'clock one of the outstanding
rabbis in the country, Dr. Moses
P. Jacobson of Asheville, N. C,
will occupy the pulpit and speak
on the subject. "Judaismthe Re-
ligion of the Future."
Saturday morning services begin
at 11 o'clock. The subject of Dr.
Kaplan's Saturday morning ser-
monette is "Are You Listening?"
The following pupils of the con-
firmation class will take part in
the services: Florence Coret, or-
ganist; Charlotte Dreyfus, Marian
Freed, A. N. Kaplan.
man was heard in a number of se-
lections. A series of stirring ad-
dresses which aroused the audi-
ence to a high pitch of enthusiasm
were delivered by the visiting
Rabbis on "Traditional Judaism."
Rabbi Burger delivered an inter-
esting talk. Mr. J. Louis Shochet,
who presided as toastmaster, then
presented as the last speaker of
the evening, Mr. B. J. Cohen, who ]
was re-elecbed president of the lay I
section of the conference. Mr. Co-
hen made a splendid address on the
work of the conference and con-
cluded by announcing permanent
committee appointments. Orlando
presented an invitation to the con-
ference to hold its next session
there and telegrams from the
Chamber of Commerce and the
Mayor of Orlando were read. After
a spirited debate the convention
(Continued on Page 6)
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Late Friday night services will
feature "Junior Hadassah eve-
ning" with an address- by Miss
Hanna Mack, president of the
Miami Junior Hadassah chapter.
Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach on
"My Impressions of the Statewide
Conference of Orthodox and Con-
servative Jewry." The usual
chanting and congregational sing-
ing will be directed by Cantor
Boris Schlachman. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 9 o'clock,
when the Rabbi will preach in Yid-
dish on the portion of the week.
Mincha services and the Chevra
Thilim begin at 4:30 with the Sha-
losh Sauda and Maariv following.


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nO rtWIM rLOWMAM
Friday, January 25, 1935
Miami chapter, National Council
of Jewish Women, will entertain
with its annual tea in honor of new
members at 3 p. m. today at the 1
Blackstone Hotel. Mfamy Beach,
with Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Jack
Ohl.-hun and Mrs. Benjamin Is-1
raels as hostesses. Mrs. H. LI
Magid, membership chairman, is in
charge of the afternoon. She will
be assisted by Miss Helen Farkas
and Mrs. Daniel Cromer. Mrs. '
Lewis Brown, hospitality chair-
man, will greet the guests, assist-
ed by Mrs. A. Franklin Friedman, (
Mrs. Samuel Blank, Mrs. Isidor Co-
hen and Mrs. Benjamin Levine.
A musical program has been ar-
ranged. Miss Gladys Max will
dance and Mrs. Bernard Kraft will
sing, accompanied by Miss Doris
Adler. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub,
president of the Miami chapter, will
speak on the work >>f the council.
Public speaking class will meet at
2 p. in. at the Blackstone Hotel pre"
ceding (he tea.
. .
The annual birthday luncheon of
Temple Israel Sisterhood will take
.place February -1 at Herman's Ro-
man Pools Restaurant, with Mrs.
.1. A. Ricbter and Mrs. Gordon Du-
\i- .is chairmen. They are being
assisted by Mrs. B. E. Bronston,
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Mrs. Joseph
Williamson, Mrs. Harry Nevins,
Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Bert
Reisner, Mrs. Marvin Bronner,
Mrs. William Gold, Mrs. Jules
Pearlman, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis,
'Mrs. Magid, Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs.
R. II. Mies and Mrs. Wortheimer.
There will be prizes, favors and
musical entertainment. Bridge will
be played after the luncheon.

Mrs. Martin Raff entertained
with a bridge tea at the Coral Ga-
bles Country Club last Wednesday
for Temple Israel Sisterhood. She
was assisted by Mrs. Larry Fay,
Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Bernard
Feldman, Mrs. Harry I. Magid,
Mrs. Adolph Wortheimer, Mrs. H.
II. Miller, Mrs. Harry Kaufman and
Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf.
*
Junior Council will give its an-
nual Chinese supper and bridge at
7:30 p. m. January 29 at the Tokio
Restaurant. Members and friends
will attend. Mrs. J. Wernikoff is
chairman of arrangements. An
open meeting is scheduled for 8:30
p. m. Tuesday at Beth David Tal-
mud Torah. Talks on the Atlanta
Jewish orphanage will be given by
Leonard Epstein, Mrs. Mollie Wein-
stein, D. J. Apte and Mrs. Rose
Shayne. Miss Sadie Greenbcrg
has been appointed chairman of
the S5 pledge dinner committee.
Mis. Stanley Goldberg, formerly
Miss Rose Weinjrarten of this city,
but now of LaPorte, Ind., is visit-
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Weingarten of 1534 N. W. Sixth
-t. She will remain during the
season.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fox of New
York are visiting her mother, Mrs.
.1. M. Levkoff, isr,:j S. W. Ninth st.
* *
Mis- Hannah .1. Simon, field sec-
retary of the National Jewish Hos-
pital at Denver, is in Miami to be-
gin work in a national drive for
funds for the hospital, a non-sec-
tarian institution for free treat-
ment of the tubercular poor.
The hospital, established in 1890,
is the oldest institution in America
for the free care on a national
scale of adults and children in all
stages of tuberculosis, says Miss
Simon. An annual budget of over
s:;lt..oihi la needed to care for 300
patients in the hospital and 700 in
the out-patients department and
clinics, and to maintain vocational
classes, religious instruction, a cir-
culating library and entertainment
for the patients, none of whom can
pay for services. Dr. C. J. Kauf-
man, New York tuberculosis spe-
cialist, is head of the hospital, sue
feeding the late Dr. I. Bronfin.
Miami members of the national
board of directors of the hospital
are Mrs. J. Albert, E. Gordon,
Louis Wolfson, Mrs. Ike Wolkow-
sky, A. A. Ungar and Mrs. Isidor
Cohen. *
Eddie Cantor will make his first
personal appearance since his tri-
umphant return from Europe to-
night at the West Flagler Kennel
Club.
One of the largest crowds to see
(Iok races in Florida this season is
expected to watch the famed stage,
screen and radio comedian, and an
excellent program arranged for the
event.
Cantor delighted a large derby
1 night crowd at West Flagler last
year with his singing and clown-
! ing. It is probable that he again
. will respond to the wishes of the
I crowd with another song or two
J from his latest production after he
I presents a trophy to the winner of
the night's feature race.
In his personal appearances Can-
tor is unlike most other stars. He
always comes early, stays late and
delights in playing to the crowd.
Perhaps this is one of the reasons
why the Jewish star is America's
favorite comedian.
The greyhound racing season has
been progressing in a successfjl
manner at the West Flagler st.
plant operated by Jake Sher and
Bill Huntley. Crowds have been
large nijrhtly, the mutuel handle
has been increasing and the fans
have in in treated to formful rac-
ing. ...
Fans are being attracted nightly
1 to the Biscayne Fronton to watch
the fastest known sport in the
world with the finest known intcr-
, national jai-alai players contest-
1 in>r the names bitterly. The series
of contests to determine the inter-
national champions of jai-alai wit-
nesses games in which champions
from Cuba, Brazil, Poland, Amer-
ica and other countries are oppos-
ing each other. During the past
few weeks a number of the players
were injured in what has been
termed the most hazardous game
known. Eight games are played
nightly, beginning at 8:15, and the
betting fans have been receiving
excellent prices in the closely
fought and contested games.

Mr. Adele Marens, Mrs. Ida Lev-
enthal. Mrs. Anna Friedman, Frank
Leventhal and Sol Marcus, all of
Chicago, are the guests of Mrs. Ida
iIptner of this city.
V
The Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women i.
sponsoring a bridge party on Feb.
ruary 13 at the display rooms of
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fit of its scholarship fund. Res.
ervatlons may be made with Mrs.
Ida Optner, 2353 S. W. 24th st.
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THK JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
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FRED K. SHOCHET. Clmlatian al.n.,.,
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CnUrad u ifcmJ r matter Julj 4. 1910. at the Post Office at Miami, Florida,
undar the Act of llareh t. 1879.
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MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
ORLANDO
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Representative
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Representative
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JANUARY 25, 1985
Vol. 8No. I
gave a prayer. Mrs. H. Silver-
stein was chairman of the event,
assisted by Mrs. Marx Baker and
Mrs. L. Bucholtz.
Sense and Non-Sense
Frank and Outspoken
A number of misguided Jews in recent months have
jeen privately advocating complete Jewish self-elimination
[from public office as a means of counteracting the false ru-
mors that Jews have a strange-hold on the Roosevelt ad-
ministration. It has even been reported that some Jewish
organizations are urging such a policy. In this connection
it is interesting to note that the American Jewish Commit-
Btee takes Cognizance of this situation in its annual report
in the following words:
"Those who hold si:ch a view evidently do not realize
- that such a procedure would be an admission of the false
I charges or an approval of the institution of a racial or reli-
''t' gious percentage system in connection with the appointment
to public office, in the place of the traditional sound Amer-
ican principle of conferring office upon those best able to do
the work, regardless of their creed or ancestry."
To our knowledge the American Jewish Committee is the
first Jewish organization to express itself officially on this
subject and it is to be commended for the frank and out
sjoken stand it has taken.
Jacksonville News
An important meeting of the La-
Was' Hebrew Sheltering Aid So-
ciety was held last week at the
Banter. Reports for the anniver-
sary social of the organization to
jjbe held at the Jacksonville Jewish
tenter on Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 24th, were given. In charge
ire Mesdames S. Lasarow, Ben
Baker and M. L. Hollins. Others
Assisting are J. Shapiro, B. Beck-
er, H. Yoffe, F. Lasarus, P. Pul-
ey, J. Robbins and H. Schemer.
Mrs. B. B. Yoffe, chairman of the
nominating committee, reported
hat her committee had prepared
he following slate, to be turned
n for the election of officers to
e held at the meeting in Febru-
ary: For president, Mrs. F. Sof-
brenko; for first vice-president,
Mi'-. J. Shapiro; for second vice-
H'esident, Mrs. B. Becker; for
fthird vice-president. Mrs. B. Ba-
Bter; for recording and financial
Secretary, Mrs. S. Bryan, Mrs. J.
Veintraub; for treasurer of home
ftnnl, Mrs. S. I.asarow; for treas-
urer of aid fund, Mrs. B. Chepenik,
Mrs. Charles Rubin.
years in 1934 since the period of
economic depression began.
A feature of the meeting, which
was well attended, was an address
by Mrs. Edward Jacobs, national
president of Senior Hadassah.
Officers re-elected last night
arc: Max Rubin, president; David
Moscovits, first vice-president;
Benjamin Baker, second vice-pres-
ident; Max Rose, treasurer; Joseph
S. Wilensky, secretary, and Joseph
Hackel, auditor. Harry Finkel-
stein is honorary president of the
Center for life.
One new member. Ben Setzer,
was added to the board of direc-
tors, which has as its other mem-
bers: Philip Bork, Alfred Stein, S.
D. Kramer, M. C. Cass, Morris
Lassia, Oscar Magezis, Max Mir-
kis, S. Selber, Fred Soforenko, M.
Scheinbaum, Dr. Sam Witten, Dr.
J. T. Wilensky, Jacob Becker, Mr.
A. Sager, Mrs. Max Rubin, Mrs.
Ida Keldman.
Associate directors were elected
as follows: I. M. Lieberman, Mon-
tague Rosenberg, Hymen Selber,
A. /.oslow and Moe Safer.
The Temple Sisterhood spon-
sored a turkey supper and bridge
party last week in the Temple
Home, by Circle No. 4, which was
enjoyed by 130 guests. Mrs. Sam
Davis, chairman, and Mrs. Albert
Summers, co-chairman, with their
circle members, were official host-
esses.
Following supper cards were en-
joyed. The grand prize, a key
holder for the man and a Fostoria
bonbon dish for the woman win-
ners, were awarded.
'1 he committee working with
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Sommers in-
cluded Mrs. A. Felson, Mrs. A. B.
Wiel, Mrs. E. W. Rosenthal, Mrs.
Joel Richard, Mrs. B. Naumberg,
Mrs. E. Moses, Mrs. A. Moskovitz,
Mrs. Sidney Meyer, Mrs. S. Max,
Mrs. J. Mack, Mrs. L P. I.ipman,
Mrs. H. Jacobs, Mrs. B. Goldberg,
Mrs. S. S. Coffin, Mrs. H. Gerbert,
.Mrs. R. Garrer. and Mrs. M. R.
Cohen.
Miss Rae Halle and Mrs. B. H.
Goldberg had charge of reserva-
tions.
Tampa Notes
Over -2."> guests attended the
lanquet Monday evening at Rodoph
-holcm Temple, closing the Kab-
linical and Laymen's Conference
>f Orthodox and Conservative Jews
n the siaic of Florida, which was
,ield in St. Petersburg Sunday and
Monday in Tampa. The Ladies'
Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sho-
u.....iti rtained in the auditorium
n the temple.
Welcome addresses were made by
Mayor R. E. L. Chancey, Mr. Da-;
vid Stein, president of the con-
gregation, and Mrs. Henry Brash,
tieuurer of the auxiliary.
Mrs. I. Licbman was general
chairman and was assisted by Mrs.
S. Esarig, co-chairman; Mrs. I. Se-
gal. Mrs. L. Chardkoff, Mrs. Joe
Abramovitz, Mrs. B. Haimovitz,]
Mi- Clara Wohl, Mrs. M. Perlman
and Mrs. P. Gotler.
Reservations, Mrs. M. 11. Kisler
and Mrs. 1. Abramovitz; program,
Mrs. .1. Winner, and Mrs. M. Stein.
registration and publicity.
The Rodoph Sholom choir gave
two numbers, accompanied at the
piano by Rabbi Kleinfelcl of St.
Petersburg, Sam Verkauf, radio
star of WFI.A, sang two numbers
and was accompanied at the piano
by Miss Clarice Steinberg. Mrs.
II. N. Sandier rendered two num-
bers and was accompanied by Miss
Christine McCrary at the piano.
Members and chairmen of the
various committees wore evening
costumes and shoulder corsage-.,
and several long tables projecting
from the speakers' table were dec-
orated in blue tapers and blue
and white flowers.
The Flesh Is Weak
In the days when Russia still
had a czar, two thieves came up to
a tavern one evening and beheld
a fine-looking horse hitched to a
farmer's wagon.
"I have an idea how to get
away with this horse," said one.
"You lead him away, and I'll hitch
myself up in his place. Leave the
rest to me."
This was done, and when the
farmer came out of the tavern he
was dumfounded to find a man in-
stead of a horse hitched to his
wagon.
"Where is my horse'.'" he
shouted.
"My dear man." said the thief, "I
am your horse. You see, years
ago I was a human being. But
I committed a sin, and as a pun-
ishment I had to be a horse for a
while. Now my time is up, and I
have resumed my normal shape."
"Ah, poor fellow," sighed the
farmer, releasing him. "I apolo-
gize for having treated you so
harshly at times."
A few days later the farmer
went to town to buy himself an-
other horse. Lo and behold, there
stood his old horse for sale! He
walked up to it and slyly whis-
pered in its ear: "Aha! I see you've
sinned again. Shame on you!"
Wtih all my faults I realize
That 1 ought not to criticize
They'll Teach the Government
A couple of Talmudic students
were standing on the platform of
a railroad station when two mili-
tary trains pulled in from opposite
directions. They noticed that the
soldiers on one train all wore gray
trousers, and those of the other
train all wore red trousers. Upon
asking the reason for this, the stu-
dents were informed that the sol-
diers in gray trousers were being
transported from Warsaw to Lodz,
while those in red trousers were
going from Lodz to Warsaw.
"I don't see why the government
should go to all this trouble and
expense," declared one of the Tal-
mud students. "It would be much
cheaper to transport just the trou-
pers '"
Strange to say, the coming man
is the one who has arrived.
Dorothy Saul of Atlanta, who is Mr. and Mrs. J. Suckman and
the- guest of Mrs. Cowan at the family and Miss Ellen Alspaugh
Bay Villa apartments. spent Sunday at Silver Springs.
Mrs. M. Coolik and daughter,
Sandra, of N'eunan, (la., and Mrs.
S. Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., are the
guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Argintar of 2309 Nebras-
ka ave.
All officers of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center were re-elected last
veek at the annual meeting, at
vhieh members heard reports
showing that the congregation en-
loyed one of the most successful
Senior Hadassah Chapter enter-
tained at a delightful luncheon last
week in the Spanish room of the
George Washington Hotel honor-
ing Mrs. Edward Jacobs, national
president of Hadassah, and a fig-
ure of much importance in the
work of her organization.
Mrs. Ben Stein, local president,
greeted the guests and introduced
Mrs. Jacobs. Mrs. I. L. Kaplam
Abe Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. Weiss of 2008 Central ave., was
Bar Mitzvah last Friday night at
Rodoph Sholom Temple. Mr. and
Mrs. Weiss held an informal re-
ception downstairs in the audito-
rium after services and Sunday
evening they had a dinner at home
for fifty guests.
Three visitors to the city were
guests of honor at a "bowery ball"
recently, which was given by Mis.
A. M. Wolf son and Mrs. M. Ben-
netl at the home of Mrs. Bennett
on Jetton ave.
The honor guests were Miss
Florence Michtom of Charlotte,
Va., niece of Mrs. Wolfson, who is
her guest; Miss Ruth Zinkow of
Washington, who is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. S. Zinkow, and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schonbran
are announcing the arrival of ;.
daughter, which was born at the
Tampa Municipal Hospital January
_0th. Mrs. Schonbran was the for-
mer Lillian Halizer.
Tampa Headed by Courtney
Campbell, members of Tampa Post,
American Legion, have completed I
their plans for the second annual
Legion Day celebration at the
Florida Pair, Saturday. February 2
The Legion Day program will
furnish the climax to the three-
day mid-winter state conference, |
which is to open here on February
I and continue through February
.;. Several thousand service men |
arc' expected to participate in the
three-day program with a score o."
bands, drum corps and auxiliary
units competing in drill contests j
in front of the grandstand on Sat- ;
unlay afternoon.
The plan of staging an Ameri-
can Legion Day at the Florida Fair I
was inaugurated last year and was j
marked by considerable success.!
This year the program will be;
considerably expanded and many
novel features will be introduced
in connection with the interpost
competitions on February 2.
Rabbi B. Safer, Mr. B. J. Cohen.
Mr. Harry Kanner and niece, Doll
Safer returned from the conven-
tion at St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg
Mi. and Mrs. A. Robins of this
city entertained at a dinner at
their home last Sunday in honor of
Rabbi and Mrs. M. D. Margolis
of Jacksonville, Rabbi and Mrs.
11. I. Rosenbloom of Miami, Mr.
A. Rubin, president of Jackson-
ville Jewish Center; Mr. David
Moskowitz, vice-president, and Mr,
Louis Moskowitz, secretary; Mr.
and Mrs. .1. Stineberg of Toronto,
Canada; Mrs. II, Oscherow of Pa-
saic, N. J.
First Hebrew Script Sent Over
Wires
Orlando Notes
Mr. and Mrs. M. Myers, Miss
Dora Myers and Mrs. .1. Cline are
visiting in Orlando.
JerusalemThe first word in
Hebrew script ever to be sent over
a telegraph wire flashed through
Palestine as the Government De-
partment of Telegraphs established
a Hebrew wire service to twenty
towns and settlements. The first
word used was "Shehechianu," the
traditional Hebrew blessing at in-
augural occasions, which means
"Blessed art thou who has pre-
served us." The historic event was
bound up with country-wide praise
for Israel Amikam, former Jewish
Legionnaire, whose persistence in
sending petitions to the mandates
commission of the League of Na-
tions and to the Palestine Govern-
ment was largely responsible for
the introduction of Hebrew script
service by telegraph.
I.ubin to Be First U. S. Delegate
to International Labor Body
A bridge party was given
Wednesday at the Cong. Ohev Sho-
Cm by the Ladies' Auxiliary.
A bridge will be featured by the
101 Club February 13th in the ves-
try rooms of the synagogue.
A meeting of the B'nai B'rith
will be held Tuesday in the syn-
agogue.
Washington, D. C.Dr. Isadore
Lubin, commissioner of labor sta-
tistics of the Department of Labor,
will be the first official United
States representative on the gov-
erning body of the International
Labor Organization of the League
of Nations when that board meets
in Geneva on January 29, as the
result of his having been named
the United States delegate to the
International Labor Organization.


Pa*e Four
THB JEWISH FLORIDIAS
Friday, January 25, 1935
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Frailer si I'.rrv Ri.: 5ttjl^C erf Ajre
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLORIDA
Vol. V
SUNDAY, JANUARY 13. 1935
No. S
" if you are loyal U> your divir.e calling, there must be times when your
' VTVLr the oritfaa. -w. Yes. a "W-g^jS
pto p, phei Id, but be : b. .ntimid..........
fiS^Seind'-afettered. He can do it under congre^uonaM pe.
Btt.heca. G'ionl>-
American Give, $15,000 for Hebrew Four Jews Get New Year Honor.
University Dormitory From King George
"Free-Lancing
Scripture Readme. Jeremiah. Chapter XXX\ 11. Ur>^ 11-19. Include
- now in ati i B i
rahurf n i yon through
rl tad an honor t rend tl.:..-- --
jroo It f
iiestion put t me, "Doe* the
lay 1 : 1 f the prophet of old?' An ..-- -
Yw ax explanation or qtjalil .- f tin
instrt -.-. r '':.0 the rabbi preachej -.':.* Word of.
pioni the eaaaa of
. u 1 a ". reg partjea concerned, their
-.-.- t free and at liberty u taach
thoot thong 1 pleasing thii r.e or
rregation. thii g 1 1 I
und and :'...-.-- 1
Bat, whi i ai ii t ften the < :-
has a-. .. d the officers and f the E ird
rtures v please the factiox '
- 1 not taking thi place of
. fre< -1 in He did not It 1 in; I the
I groups in office for 1 ; r r not ..' 1: 1 r handi H< was 1
. ag gii He pre* mesi .. I
who won
- 1 .- gr md if d< hm invited bin in U ;;;'^
the nig set.....
": .-. ften than not 1 toff ition at tl I I 1
light t benefit Bnt, he wu happjr in word
it .- :' til hi! suffer- .
. his principlei for an
JerusalemA gift of 15,000 to-
ward ".on of a dormitory
for itudentl attending the Hebrew
raity in Jerusalem was an-
-i hen by Samuel Solow,
American citizen now residing in
Tel Aviv
Araba Go to Syria With Palestine
Savings
Jerusalem Man)
avt begun return to
n order in tht
- :. .- ri. Tin sav-
ingi earned by the Arabs in work-
ir. recent months
..-- at the
:onFour Jews, two from
:.nd two from England,
-.'.: am '.g those included in the
: New Year's honors distrib-
j Kh 1 George. A. Grozov-
;'ale-tine Hor-
. .-.. Bureau, received the Or-
I the British Empire, and
.-.' M Ahuba of Tiberiae, re-
British Empire Medal
-. among Jew-
Iren Irthui Havering,
filn ..--.,.. wat knight-
philanthropic activities,
rmer pres-1
f J< wish Worn-
tnown social worker,
er of the British
THE C A T E S C H O 0L
of
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:: agl t 1 all the joj needed;
I n 01 is sou ] fa -
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A fi t related fa bnngrj and .....u I If wl ne dark
night, near a tge, 1 1 ... t* -" '"-' "' "Tell
you get so food?" To whicl the dog |
"But, you 1 labor 1 ;^rd to
"N !" the dog n my work ii 1 I
hard. A'.. I i guard th< par I at night.' The w If thought a mo-1
ment .. "If that's the .a--:, deal taki me
. j l f r.j it difficult ". get enough food." Th* wolf ar.i
.- .. : help the wolf find
maj havi tuff ient I : through his labors.;
re within a f< feet of the > e they paused
- -. rhei t f :r.- first time no::c< 1
neck. "Te'.l me," he -aid. I y ur
11 ikin u --*; "Oh. that"" remark)
.r and chair, which binds me all day."
I'm not interested in going any
I want 1 :. slave. 'Ti= true that often I gc
ut angry bui st m free and unfettered." That wa the
tttitudi I het
1 ... f:nd that the true prophets did
: art! t th< longs. They were not servants of th<
They were not bound to any one banner. They were '
They fellown en. T- their 1 rod.
Thi luffered exposure to cold and rain, but th y wi
:r Thi : : h ive been "lean dogs," but they were
- 1 _-." They lid not lick the hands of the:.- human masteri
v. expressed this thought ir. her
I he
LONE DO(.
Pji log keen dog. a wild do?, and nt;
I'm igl g, a tough d'g, hunting "n my wn:
I'm a bad d. g, a mad dog, teusing silly sheep;
I lov< I and bay the moon, to keep fat soull fr rr slot r
I'll never bj a lap dog, licking dirty feet.
A -. a meek dog, cringing for my meat,
No: fireside, the well-filled plate.
But shut door, and sharp stone, and cuff and kick, and hat
N t r me the other dogs, running by my side,
- me have run a short while, but none of them would bide,
'' im i: still the lone trai!. the hard trail, the be-
nd, and w J. itars, and hunger of the quest
I: irage I an Elijah, Isaiah, Jeremiah and
r.f wl -.-orned the overtures of the rich and mighty of
refused the tempting offers of lives of leisure and
- of the kings and court.era, preferred to en-
du: ai 1 main true to their inspired calling, rather tha-
ubn tb< :" their souls and bodies: it takes such
courage to be a -. lay, tun ne'i back on the physical world
ins and to devote one's self to God's work without
ty to one faction or another. Rather than to V
tbi poaitioi iting the hand that feeds youfrom the congregational
..; >int, it ii best to be fed. perhaps Insufficiently, by loving hands
wh ar eff .- md who appreciate your message. Pree-ian:-
ng hai tl disadvantage.-, but they are iasignifieant when eomjarc;
with the a:- f freedom from the fetters of Control by those
who sign the pay checks.
A rabbi may go thi areer in the pulpit without offend-
ing any of his parishioners by his sermons, but. it is only by using
platitudes and stereotyped phrases. If you preach the word of God.
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Friday, January 25, 1935
TUB JKWIS1 FLOMDIAX
SOCIETY
An important meeting of the An-
tiversary Committee of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
held this coming Sunday. The
anniversary will be held at the
Synagogue on Sunday evening,
February 10th, when a gala pro-
rram of addresses and entertain-
nent will be presented. A new
f'Foroches" for the "Holy Ark" will
donated by the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Congregation. In
charge of these arrangements is a
committee consisting of Messrs.
[Nathan Adelman, J. Louis Shochet,
1. M. Drevich, M. Rappaport, Jo-
seph Greenberg, Nat Blumber and
Moe Harris.
*
Next Sunday evening the Y. M.
IH. A. is sponsoring an evening of
leritertainment at the Frolics Club
[to help defray the expenses of
renovating the clubrooms of the
[organization. Tickets should be
[purchased from members of the
[committee to insure the organi-
sation receiving a profit. Nat
[Blumberg is chairman of the ar-
rangements committee.
* *
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
[ boring a congregational dinner at
Ithe Synagogue Talmud Torah on
Sunday evening, February 3rd. The
Birthday celebration of the Sister-
fhood will be held at the Synagogue
[on Tuesday evening, February 24,
with Mesdames Stanley C. Myers
and Max Pepper in charge of ar-
; rangements.
*
Dr. B. Aisurowitch, noted au-
thority on conditions in Eastern
Europe, will arrive here for a one
[week's campaign for the "ORT" on
January 31st. On Sunday evening,
February 3rd, the Workmen's Cir-
Icle, who are actively aiding in this
campaign, will tender a dinner at
the Workmen's Circle Hall, 701 N.
VV. Fifth ave., in honor of Or. Ais-
urowitch.
*
R. Abramowitch, prominent Yid-
dish Journalist, a member of the
Page Fire
Socialist Internationale, and prom-
inent during the Kerensky regime
in Russia, will arrive here soon to
deliver a lecture in Yiddish on "The
Present Terror in Russia" on
Wednesday evening, February 13th,
at the Workmen's Circle Hall. Mr.
Abramowitch, who was a member
of the "Menshevik" party in oppo-
sition to the present Bolshevik
party in Russia, is in exile in Paris,
where he makes his home.
*
A general meeting of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Synagogue next
Tuesday evening, January 29th, to
which all members are invited and
urged to attend.
*
The Biscayne Kennel Club,
Miami's oldest dog track, is carry-
ing large crowds because of the
closely contested races between ex-
ceptionally well matched dogs.
Eleven top-notch races are run
every night except Sunday and the
bitting fans have been receiving
exceptionally good prices at the
mutuels. Erdell .Mutchler and his
Kennel Club hand are in attend-
ance every night and play between
the races. Every effort is made
to please the patrons and to keep
up the high standard of efficiency
Ret by the management of the club.
A visit to the track is bound to af-
ford the dog fans unusually good
entertainment and enjoyment of
the great sport.
*
Opening Saturday night. Jan-
uary 26, the French Casino at 1855
West Flagler st. will present some-
thing novel and new to the city of
Miami. In addition to the splen-
did dining room and bar, a splen-
did dance floor has been provided,
where dining and dancing may be
enjoyed. Especial attention is be-
ing paid to the business man of
moderate means, as all prices will
be moderate and popular. A side-
walk cafe will be operated in the
French style and run on continen-
,al European lines. Private par-
ties, clubs and organizations may
have their affairs at the French
Casino with special attention and
nrice being allowed.
A large gathering of men and
women attended a lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, author and au-
thority on "Spinoza," noted Jew-
ish philosopher, last Thursday at
the Beach Harbor Dining Room.
*
Mrs. Benjamin Roller of Wal-
dron, N. Y., is here to attend the
wedding of her daughter, Anne, to
Mr. Murry Grossman of this city.
She is a guest at the Ambassador
Hotel, Miami Beach.

The London Arms Hotel was the
scene of a birthday party Sunday
night in honor of Mrs. Anna Ko-
retzky of New York. Guests gath-
ered around a beautifully decorat-
ed table with a huge birthday cake
as the centerpiece.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau held its
monthly meeting at Mark's with
Mrs. Larry Fay, program chair-
man, in charge. Mr. Stanley C.
Myers, prominent local attorney,
spoke on the part women play in
law. Mrs. Arthur Hirtenstein ren-
dered a number of vocal selections.
The Auxiliary is planning a carni-
val on February 19th with Mrs.
Rose II. Miles heading the commit-
tee in charge of arrangements. Mrs.
Herbert E. Kleiman, chairman of
the card parties held in a number
of hotels last Sunday night at
Miami and Miami Beach, reporteil
that $315 had been realized as a
result of these affairs. The com-
mittee in charge of rummage sale
urges upon all those who desire to
co-operate with the organization
to advise Mrs. .1. L. Hartz in Miami
at 1810 N. W. 2nd st. and Mrs.
Ratner at 13-14 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach, who will call for all castoff
clothing. Quite a large sum is
realized during the year for wel-
fare work as a result of these rum-
mage sales.
* *
Prof. Paul C. Bragg, one of the
world's foremost health specialists,
is here in Miami to give a series
of free health lectures. His lec-
tures are presented by the Ameri-
can Academy of Health.
Prof. Bragg is known the world
over as the cripple who rebuilt
himself. Up until he was seven-
teen he was in a wheel chair and
was given up as a hopeless case.
But he refused to die and started
to use the natural forces for a
cure. He started to eat the nat-
ural health foods and soon found
himself on the road to recovery.
As he got better he went further
into the research of foods, exer-
cise and breathing and in a short
lime he was a well, healthy man.
He resolved to give the work he
discovered for himself to the world.
And now for over twenty-five years
he has traveled over the English
speaking world telling people how
lumiiiiiiiiinimiiir
to banish disease.
The lectures will be held in the
Scottish Rite Temple, N. W. Third
st. and North River Drive, Jan-
uary 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30 and 31,
at 8 p. m. It is advisable to come
early for seats, as Prof. Bragg has
a large following here in Miami.
For aplendid Hebrew inatrurtionPrep-
aration for Bar Mitivaby a compe-
tent pcdagoiriie.
Sec
H. HAIMAN
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' I*r* Tw nO rtWIM r L O WM A M Friday, January 25, 1935 Miami chapter, National Council of Jewish Women, will entertain with its annual tea in honor of new members at 3 p. m. today at the 1 Blackstone Hotel. Mfamy Beach, with Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Jack Ohl.-hun and Mrs. Benjamin Is-1 raels as hostesses. Mrs. H. LI Magid, membership chairman, is in charge of the afternoon. She will be assisted by Miss Helen Farkas and Mrs. Daniel Cromer. Mrs. Lewis Brown, hospitality chairman, will greet the guests, assisted by Mrs. A. Franklin Friedman, ( Mrs. Samuel Blank, Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Mrs. Benjamin Levine. A musical program has been arranged. Miss Gladys Max will dance and Mrs. Bernard Kraft will sing, accompanied by Miss Doris Adler. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, president of the Miami chapter, will speak on the work >>f the council. Public speaking class will meet at 2 p. in. at the Blackstone Hotel pre" ceding (he tea. The annual birthday luncheon of Temple Israel Sisterhood will take .place February -1 at Herman's Roman Pools Restaurant, with Mrs. .1. A. Ricbter and Mrs. Gordon Du\i.is chairmen. They are being assisted by Mrs. B. E. Bronston, Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Bert Reisner, Mrs. Marvin Bronner, Mrs. William Gold, Mrs. Jules Pearlman, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, 'Mrs. Magid, Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs. R. II. Mies and Mrs. Wortheimer. There will be prizes, favors and musical entertainment. Bridge will be played after the luncheon. • • Mrs. Martin Raff entertained with a bridge tea at the Coral Gables Country Club last Wednesday for Temple Israel Sisterhood. She was assisted by Mrs. Larry Fay, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Bernard Feldman, Mrs. Harry I. Magid, Mrs. Adolph Wortheimer, Mrs. H. II. Miller, Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf. • Junior Council will give its annual Chinese supper and bridge at 7:30 p. m. January 29 at the Tokio Restaurant. Members and friends will attend. Mrs. J. Wernikoff is chairman of arrangements. An open meeting is scheduled for 8:30 p. m. Tuesday at Beth David Talmud Torah. Talks on the Atlanta Jewish orphanage will be given by Leonard Epstein, Mrs. Mollie Weinstein, D. J. Apte and Mrs. Rose Shayne. Miss Sadie Greenbcrg has been appointed chairman of the S5 pledge dinner committee. Mis. Stanley Goldberg, formerly Miss Rose Weinjrarten of this city, but now of LaPorte, Ind., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Weingarten of 1534 N. W. Sixth -t. She will remain during the season. Mr. and Mrs. Max Fox of New York are visiting her mother, Mrs. .1. M. Levkoff, isr,:j S. W. Ninth st. MisHannah .1. Simon, field secretary of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, is in Miami to begin work in a national drive for funds for the hospital, a non-sectarian institution for free treatment of the tubercular poor. The hospital, established in 1890, is the oldest institution in America for the free care on a national scale of adults and children in all stages of tuberculosis, says Miss Simon. An annual budget of over S:;LT..OIHI la needed to care for 300 patients in the hospital and 700 in the out-patients department and clinics, and to maintain vocational classes, religious instruction, a circulating library and entertainment for the patients, none of whom can pay for services. Dr. C. J. Kaufman, New York tuberculosis specialist, is head of the hospital, sue feeding the late Dr. I. Bronfin. Miami members of the national board of directors of the hospital are Mrs. J. Albert, E. Gordon, Louis Wolfson, Mrs. Ike Wolkowsky, A. A. Ungar and Mrs. Isidor Cohen. • Eddie Cantor will make his first personal appearance since his triumphant return from Europe tonight at the West Flagler Kennel Club. One of the largest crowds to see (IOK races in Florida this season is expected to watch the famed stage, screen and radio comedian, and an excellent program arranged for the event. Cantor delighted a large derby 1 night crowd at West Flagler last year with his singing and clown! ing. It is probable that he again will respond to the wishes of the I crowd with another song or two J from his latest production after he I presents a trophy to the winner of the night's feature race. In his personal appearances Cantor is unlike most other stars. He always comes early, stays late and delights in playing to the crowd. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why the Jewish star is America's favorite comedian. The greyhound racing season has been progressing in a successfjl manner at the West Flagler st. plant operated by Jake Sher and Bill Huntley. Crowds have been large nijrhtly, the mutuel handle has been increasing and the fans have in in treated to formful racing. ... Fans are being attracted nightly 1 to the Biscayne Fronton to watch the fastest known sport in the world with the finest known intcr, national jai-alai players contest1 in>r the names bitterly. The series of contests to determine the international champions of jai-alai witnesses games in which champions from Cuba, Brazil, Poland, America and other countries are opposing each other. During the past few weeks a number of the players were injured in what has been termed the most hazardous game known. Eight games are played nightly, beginning at 8:15, and the betting fans have been receiving excellent prices in the closely fought and contested games. • • Mr. Adele Marens, Mrs. Ida Leventhal. 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' • riday, January 25, 1935 THK JEWISH FLOEIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Meridian I LORIDA S Ot guests attended the lanquet Monday evening at Rodoph -holcm Temple, closing the Kablinical and Laymen's Conference >f Orthodox and Conservative Jews n the siaic of Florida, which was ,ield in St. Petersburg Sunday and Monday in Tampa. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Shou iti rtained in the auditorium n the temple. Welcome addresses were made by Mayor R. E. L. Chancey, Mr. Da-; vid Stein, president of the congregation, and Mrs. Henry Brash, tieuurer of the auxiliary. Mrs. I. Licbman was general chairman and was assisted by Mrs. S. Esarig, co-chairman; Mrs. I. Segal. Mrs. L. Chardkoff, Mrs. Joe Abramovitz, Mrs. B. Haimovitz,] MiClara Wohl, Mrs. M. Perlman and Mrs. P. Gotler. Reservations, Mrs. M. 11. Kisler and Mrs. 1. Abramovitz; program, Mrs. .1. Winner, and Mrs. M. Stein. registration and publicity. The Rodoph Sholom choir gave two numbers, accompanied at the piano by Rabbi Kleinfelcl of St. Petersburg, Sam Verkauf, radio star of WFI.A, sang two numbers and was accompanied at the piano by Miss Clarice Steinberg. Mrs. II. N. Sandier rendered two numbers and was accompanied by Miss Christine McCrary at the piano. Members and chairmen of the various committees wore evening costumes and shoulder corsage-., and several long tables projecting from the speakers' table were decorated in blue tapers and blue and white flowers. The Flesh Is Weak In the days when Russia still had a czar, two thieves came up to a tavern one evening and beheld a fine-looking horse hitched to a farmer's wagon. "I have an idea how to get away with this horse," said one. "You lead him away, and I'll hitch myself up in his place. Leave the rest to me." This was done, and when the farmer came out of the tavern he was dumfounded to find a man instead of a horse hitched to his wagon. "Where is my horse'.'" he shouted. "My dear man." said the thief, "I am your horse. You see, years ago I was a human being. But I committed a sin, and as a punishment I had to be a horse for a while. Now my time is up, and I have resumed my normal shape." "Ah, poor fellow," sighed the farmer, releasing him. "I apologize for having treated you so harshly at times." A few days later the farmer went to town to buy himself another horse. Lo and behold, there stood his old horse for sale! He walked up to it and slyly whispered in its ear: "Aha! I see you've sinned again. Shame on you!" Wtih all my faults I realize That 1 ought not to criticize They'll Teach the Government A couple of Talmudic students were standing on the platform of a railroad station when two military trains pulled in from opposite directions. They noticed that the soldiers on one train all wore gray trousers, and those of the other train all wore red trousers. Upon asking the reason for this, the students were informed that the soldiers in gray trousers were being transported from Warsaw to Lodz, while those in red trousers were going from Lodz to Warsaw. "I don't see why the government should go to all this trouble and expense," declared one of the Talmud students. "It would be much cheaper to transport just the troupers '" Strange to say, the coming man is the one who has arrived. Dorothy Saul of Atlanta, who is Mr. and Mrs. J. Suckman and theguest of Mrs. Cowan at the family and Miss Ellen Alspaugh Bay Villa apartments. spent Sunday at Silver Springs. Mrs. M. Coolik and daughter, Sandra, of N'eunan, (la., and Mrs. S. Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Argintar of 2309 Nebraska ave. All officers of the Jacksonville Jewish Center were re-elected last veek at the annual meeting, at vhieh members heard reports showing that the congregation enloyed one of the most successful Senior Hadassah Chapter entertained at a delightful luncheon last week in the Spanish room of the George Washington Hotel honoring Mrs. Edward Jacobs, national president of Hadassah, and a figure of much importance in the work of her organization. Mrs. Ben Stein, local president, greeted the guests and introduced Mrs. Jacobs. Mrs. I. L. Kaplam Abe Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Weiss of 2008 Central ave., was Bar Mitzvah last Friday night at Rodoph Sholom Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Weiss held an informal reception downstairs in the auditorium after services and Sunday evening they had a dinner at home for fifty guests. Three visitors to the city were guests of honor at a "bowery ball" recently, which was given by Mis. A. M. Wolf son and Mrs. M. Bennetl at the home of Mrs. Bennett on Jetton ave. The honor guests were Miss Florence Michtom of Charlotte, Va., niece of Mrs. Wolfson, who is her guest; Miss Ruth Zinkow of Washington, who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. Zinkow, and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schonbran are announcing the arrival of ;. daughter, which was born at the Tampa Municipal Hospital January _0th. Mrs. Schonbran was the former Lillian Halizer. Tampa Headed by Courtney Campbell, members of Tampa Post, American Legion, have completed I their plans for the second annual Legion Day celebration at the Florida Pair, Saturday. February 2 The Legion Day program will furnish the climax to the threeday mid-winter state conference, | which is to open here on February I and continue through February .;. Several thousand service men | arc' expected to participate in the three-day program with a score o." bands, drum corps and auxiliary units competing in drill contests j in front of the grandstand on Sat; unlay afternoon. The plan of staging an American Legion Day at the Florida Fair I was inaugurated last year and was j marked by considerable success.! This year the program will be; considerably expanded and many novel features will be introduced in connection with the interpost competitions on February 2. Rabbi B. Safer, Mr. B. J. Cohen. Mr. Harry Kanner and niece, Doll Safer returned from the convention at St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg Mi. and Mrs. A. Robins of this city entertained at a dinner at their home last Sunday in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. M. D. Margolis of Jacksonville, Rabbi and Mrs. 11. I. Rosenbloom of Miami, Mr. A. Rubin, president of Jacksonville Jewish Center; Mr. David Moskowitz, vice-president, and Mr, Louis Moskowitz, secretary; Mr. and Mrs. .1. Stineberg of Toronto, Canada; Mrs. II, Oscherow of Pasaic, N. J. First Hebrew Script Sent Over Wires Orlando Notes Mr. and Mrs. M. Myers, Miss Dora Myers and Mrs. .1. Cline are visiting in Orlando. Jerusalem—The first word in Hebrew script ever to be sent over a telegraph wire flashed through Palestine as the Government Department of Telegraphs established a Hebrew wire service to twenty towns and settlements. The first word used was "Shehechianu," the traditional Hebrew blessing at inaugural occasions, which means "Blessed art thou who has preserved us." The historic event was bound up with country-wide praise for Israel Amikam, former Jewish Legionnaire, whose persistence in sending petitions to the mandates commission of the League of Nations and to the Palestine Government was largely responsible for the introduction of Hebrew script service by telegraph. I.ubin to Be First U. S. Delegate to International Labor Body A bridge party was given Wednesday at the Cong. Ohev ShoCm by the Ladies' Auxiliary. A bridge will be featured by the 101 Club February 13th in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. A meeting of the B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday in the synagogue. Washington, D. C.—Dr. Isadore Lubin, commissioner of labor statistics of the Department of Labor, will be the first official United States representative on the governing body of the International Labor Organization of the League of Nations when that board meets in Geneva on January 29, as the result of his having been named the United States delegate to the International Labor Organization.



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An ..%  Yw ax explanation or qtjalil .f tin instrt -.%  %  •. r '•'•:•. 0 the rabbi preachej -.':.* Word of pioni the eaaaa of u %  %  1 a ". reg partjea concerned, their -.-.-• t free and at liberty u taach thoot thong 1 pleasing thii r.e or rregation. thii g 1 1 • I %  und and :'•.•.•.-.-. 1 %  Bat, whi i ai ii t ften the < :-•— has a-. .. D the officers and f the E ird rtures v please the factiox 1 not taking thi place of %  fre< -1 in He did not It 1 in; I the I groups in office for 1 ; %  r r e they paused %  -. %  rhei % % %  t f :r.first time no::c< 1 neck. "Te'.l me," he -aid. I y ur 11 ikin u •--*; "Oh. that"" remark) .r and chair, which binds me all day." •I'm not interested in going any I want 1 • %  • :. • slave. 'Ti= true that often I gc ut • angry bui st m free and unfettered." That wa the tttitudi I %  het 1 ... f:nd that the true prophets did : %  • %  art! t th< longs. They were not servants of th< They were not bound to any one banner. They were '• They fellown en. T their 1 rod. Thi luffered exposure to cold and rain, but th y wi :r Thi : % %  : %  h ive been "lean dogs," but they were 1 _-." They lid not lick the hands of the:.human masteri v. expressed this thought ir. her I he LONE DO(. PJI log • keen dog. a wild do?, and nt; I'm %  igl g, a tough d'g, hunting "n my wn: I'm a bad d. g, a mad dog, teusing silly sheep; I lov< I and bay the moon, to keep fat soull fr rr slot r I'll never bj a lap dog, licking dirty feet. A -. a meek dog, cringing for my meat, No: •' fireside, the well-filled plate. But shut door, and sharp stone, and cuff and kick, and hat N t •' r me the other dogs, running by my side, me have run a short while, but none of them would bide, ''• im i: still the lone trai!. the hard trail, the bend, and w J itars, and hunger of the quest I: irage I an Elijah, -• Isaiah, Jeremiah and r.f wl -.-orned the overtures of the rich and mighty of refused the tempting offers of lives of leisure and of the kings and court. era, preferred to endu: ai 1 main true to their inspired calling, rather tha- %  ubn tb< •:" their souls and bodies: it takes such courage to be a -. lay, tun ne'i back on the physical world ins and to devote one's self to God's work without ty to one faction or another. Rather than to V tbi poaitioi iting the hand that feeds you—from the congregational ..; >int, it ii best to be fed. perhaps Insufficiently, by loving hands wh ar eff .md who appreciate your message. Pree-ian:ng hai tl disadvantage.-, but they are iasignifieant when eomjarc; with the a:f freedom from the fetters of Control by those who sign the pay checks. A rabbi may go thi areer in the pulpit without offending any of his parishioners by his sermons, but. it is only by using platitudes and stereotyped phrases. If you preach the word of God. MUSA ISLE! SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE V w %  nd fttfe M I'lafe for • \ • *rV> r, -tl:nc I..JL ._ DriT w.: -n r.r.r nd N r h ... i( *r or V., .. .' 1" 1. r f \ ^i r.. P M l.il..-. GIFT .. ..1 find v %  • V f %  a %  *ti< n. I r%  u k' nu:nr n ihf b r i t h 1 f ihf S*mI'. • und I m%  IndUn J> *• I r >. < r_ rn, v I A Torgsin Order will enoble your relotive* in the U.S.S R to buy heovy clothing, shoes, underweor, foodstuffs, household utensils, toboccos ond countless other domestic or imported orticles These gifts will be doubly valued during the long Russian winter. (RUtilA) Prices compare favorably uitb those in America '• %  Targila Order* ate year toaal bank *r aata>*rls4 a#aat Ccne'j) Rep-eif-tativ ,n U S.A at JT QC ?' Fifth Av., N.Y. FOR FRESH SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fiah are the freshest Cau.?ht by our emm boats dailv If It 1. SM FOKJ. • have it .1 u, T .r k.i —4 ob..r...e. ith .„ th iaBiUr7 reff^faJStfSu '" ^^•^^^^J; % %  y^ m US Satisfaction... Our Experience and Responsibility I> Your Assurance of Satisfaction Phone 2-.il 11 28 N. E. ird St The Greatest Institution of Laundering and Dry Cleaning in the South! WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE EAT AT j Hegal's Kosher Restaurant 507 LAURA ST. (Opi siti Cohen Bros Dept. Store) OPEN ALL Hi ."ONE tss •_ DR.BROWN5 OrUfi/IOt tt'Jvrrj /otic cMkMAY S5^y. liolllrd and DiMributrd I -.<•: 1 r b? TRY-ME Soda & Bottling Co. Kit N. MitBi AT*. Phoi.. 2-:::s Classified BEAUTY SHOPS MAYPAIR BEAUTY 8AL0S 1515 S. W. 8th St. MRS. 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Friday, January 25, 1935 TUB JKWIS1 FLOMDIAX SOCIETY An important meeting of the Antiversary Committee of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will held this coming Sunday. The anniversary will be held at the Synagogue on Sunday evening, February 10th, when a gala prorram of addresses and entertainnent will be presented. A new f'Foroches" for the "Holy Ark" will donated by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation. In charge of these arrangements is a committee consisting of Messrs. [Nathan Adelman, J. Louis Shochet, 1. M. Drevich, M. Rappaport, Joseph Greenberg, Nat Blumber and Moe Harris. • Next Sunday evening the Y. M. IH. A. is sponsoring an evening of leritertainment at the Frolics Club [to help defray the expenses of •renovating the clubrooms of the [organization. Tickets should be [purchased from members of the [committee to insure the organisation receiving a profit. Nat [Blumberg is chairman of the arrangements committee. Beth David Sisterhood is spon[ boring a congregational dinner at Ithe Synagogue Talmud Torah on Sunday evening, February 3rd. The Birthday celebration of the Sisterfhood will be held at the Synagogue [on Tuesday evening, February 24, with Mesdames Stanley C. Myers and Max Pepper in charge of ar; rangements. • • Dr. B. Aisurowitch, noted authority on conditions in Eastern Europe, will arrive here for a one [week's campaign for the "ORT" on January 31st. On Sunday evening, February 3rd, the Workmen's CirIcle, who are actively aiding in this campaign, will tender a dinner at the Workmen's Circle Hall, 701 N. VV. Fifth ave., in honor of Or. Aisurowitch. • R. Abramowitch, prominent Yiddish Journalist, a member of the Page Fire Socialist Internationale, and prominent during the Kerensky regime in Russia, will arrive here soon to deliver a lecture in Yiddish on "The Present Terror in Russia" on Wednesday evening, February 13th, at the Workmen's Circle Hall. Mr. Abramowitch, who was a member of the "Menshevik" party in opposition to the present Bolshevik party in Russia, is in exile in Paris, where he makes his home. • A general meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening, January 29th, to which all members are invited and urged to attend. • The Biscayne Kennel Club, Miami's oldest dog track, is carrying large crowds because of the closely contested races between exceptionally well matched dogs. Eleven top-notch races are run every night except Sunday and the bitting fans have been receiving exceptionally good prices at the mutuels. Erdell .Mutchler and his Kennel Club hand are in attendance every night and play between the races. Every effort is made to please the patrons and to keep up the high standard of efficiency Ret by the management of the club. A visit to the track is bound to afford the dog fans unusually good entertainment and enjoyment of the great sport. Opening Saturday night. January 26, the French Casino at 1855 West Flagler st. will present something novel and new to the city of Miami. In addition to the splendid dining room and bar, a splendid dance floor has been provided, where dining and dancing may be enjoyed. Especial attention is being paid to the business man of moderate means, as all prices will be moderate and popular. A sidewalk cafe will be operated in the French style and run on continen,al European lines. Private parties, clubs and organizations may have their affairs at the French Casino with special attention and nrice being allowed. A large gathering of men and women attended a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author and authority on "Spinoza," noted Jewish philosopher, last Thursday at the Beach Harbor Dining Room. • Mrs. Benjamin Roller of Waldron, N. Y., is here to attend the wedding of her daughter, Anne, to Mr. Murry Grossman of this city. She is a guest at the Ambassador Hotel, Miami Beach. • • • The London Arms Hotel was the scene of a birthday party Sunday night in honor of Mrs. Anna Koretzky of New York. Guests gathered around a beautifully decorated table with a huge birthday cake as the centerpiece. • • The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau held its monthly meeting at Mark's with Mrs. Larry Fay, program chairman, in charge. Mr. Stanley C. Myers, prominent local attorney, spoke on the part women play in law. Mrs. Arthur Hirtenstein rendered a number of vocal selections. The Auxiliary is planning a carnival on February 19th with Mrs. Rose II. Miles heading the committee in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Herbert E. Kleiman, chairman of the card parties held in a number of hotels last Sunday night at Miami and Miami Beach, reporteil that $315 had been realized as a result of these affairs. The committee in charge of rummage sale urges upon all those who desire to co-operate with the organization to advise Mrs. .1. L. Hartz in Miami at 1810 N. W. 2nd st. and Mrs. Ratner at 13-14 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, who will call for all castoff clothing. Quite a large sum is realized during the year for welfare work as a result of these rummage sales. • Prof. Paul C. Bragg, one of the world's foremost health specialists, is here in Miami to give a series of free health lectures. His lectures are presented by the American Academy of Health. Prof. Bragg is known the world over as the cripple who rebuilt himself. Up until he was seventeen he was in a wheel chair and was given up as a hopeless case. But he refused to die and started to use the natural forces for a cure. He started to eat the natural health foods and soon found himself on the road to recovery. As he got better he went further into the research of foods, exercise and breathing and in a short lime he was a well, healthy man. He resolved to give the work he discovered for himself to the world. And now for over twenty-five years he has traveled over the English speaking world telling people how lumiiiiiiiiinimiiir to banish disease. The lectures will be held in the Scottish Rite Temple, N. W. Third st. and North River Drive, January 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30 and 31, at 8 p. m. It is advisable to come early for seats, as Prof. Bragg has a large following here in Miami. For aplendid Hebrew inatrurtion—Preparation for Bar Mitiva—by a competent pcdagoiriie. Sec H. HAIMAN f'ZH I'rnniiylvuiia Ave. I'honc 5-1772 l-ior Memorial c nn "> fiD %ooU CONGREGATION BETH DAVID N. W. 3rd Ave. & 2nd St. Please inscribe in the Beth David Permanent Memorial Book to be placed upon the altar in the Synagogue, the names of our beloved departed ones. Please remember their names at every Memorial Service and Yahrzeit. In Memory of Yiddish Name English Name Date of Yahrzeit Hebrew Calendar New Calendar In their memory, I enclose $10.00 per name to Talmud Torah. Signed Address Make Checks Payable to Congregation Beth David 11 TOP DAILY DOUBLE 2nd and 4th Races NOTCH TONITE and EVERY NIGHT (Kxccpt Sunday) RACES Mutchler and His Kennel Club Band Bus Fare 10c ('"Millie, U-, 11 n i SITIlr* 6:8* to t P. M. Venetian Arcade, lit Street Entrance. Under Supervivinn State Itnrlnr f ml at KENNEL CLUB DRIVE OUT Jf. K. 2nd Ate. or N. W. "til Ave. direct to tlie trnrk. -7'KAVtNUb fi %  \-.-o;.e?-6S'-' Adult* 20c—Childrea 10c n.i Offlta Opaaa Saaear i <> T. M. Sun.-Mon.. Jan. 27-28 Jean Harlow—Franchot Tone Lionel Barrymore—Lewis Stone GIRL FROM MISSOURI FOR A TASTY KOSHER MEAL DINE AT Musher's Ocean View Inn 158 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pre*. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 MEN! 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sr wJewisli florid lam FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 8—No. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1935 Price Five CenU State Conference Beth David to Attracts Manyj Conduct Ceremony _, ,, ... Unique in the annals of MianrT A large number of b lorida cities ... .. ,. .. ,, Jewry will bo the dedication by Were represented at the statewide D ., r, .. n .. ... K._*..J^. „. rwu_,i i r-„_ lBeth Davld Congregation of its [Conference of Orthodox and ConIscrvative Rabbis and Laymen of Florida, which began last Sunday at St. Petersburg, Fla. The delegates to the conference gathered | to assist at the laying of the corI ner stone of the new synagogue [ now being completed for the B'nai I Israel Congregation at St. Petersburg, at Arlington and 11th. The [ceremonies began with the invocation by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, I Rabbi of St. Petersburg. He was I followed by addresses made by j Mayor Blank and City Manager .Sharpe. Other addresses were [ made by Mr. David Rothblatt, [ chairman of the building commitI tee; Mr. H. S. Jacobs, president of i the congregation; Rabbi William Rosenblatt, representing the Reform Congregation of St. Petersburg; Alderman M. Graubart of I New York, Mr. M. Rossman of Birmingham, Rabbi Margolis of Jacksonville, Rabbi Burger of Tampa, i .Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Miami, j Rabbi Julius Washer of Miami, Rabbi Roscnbloom of Miami Beach, I Rev. B. Safer of Orlando, Mr. B. J. ^ohen of Orlando and J. L. Shochet. [As a result of the selling of the rivilege of laying the corner stone, [ and the purchase of memorial bricks, the sum of six hundred dollars was raised for the congregation. The laying of the corner stone was preceded by the placing <>f the documents containing names of the officers, building committee, purchasers of honors and the placI ing of coins and a copy of the Jewish Floridian in a copper box which ["was placed within the corner stone. "Memorial Book of Life" at the Synagogue Tuesday evening, January 29th, at 8:15 p. m. Beginning with the official presentation of the book to the congregation by Harry Markowitz, president of Beth David Synagogue, the program will include the dedication of the book by Stanley C. Myers, past president of the organization. Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver a eulogy in memory of the deceased, whose names will be inscribed in the book. Cantor Nathan Wroobel and the choir will chant appropriate selections. The "Memorial Book of Life" is of genuine black morocco leather, with a gold edge, hand-tooled and lettered in gold leaf. The title page ia printed in gold bronze and the book itself is ruled in gray and printed in black on fine ledger paper designed to last for a long time. It contains five hundred pages with an index, 76 pages for Golden Book inscriptions in honor of, eight memorial tablets, 100 pages "in memory of," 224 pages in "memory of individuals." The book will be placed on the altar of the Synagogue and those whose Vahrzeits occur during the current week will be remembered at the Friday night services closest to the anniversary, and on the Yahrzeit anniversary. Assisting in the arrangements and sale of the names in the book are Announcements MIAMI JKWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, RabbJ Early services begin at 5:30 with the late services at 8:30, when the Rabbi will preach on "Florida's Fight for Traditional Judaism." The usual congregational singing will be enjoyed. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. Mincha services begin at 4:30, followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv services. All are welcome at these services. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Stanley C. Myers, Harry Gordon, Leo Ackerman, Al Quadow, Jack August, M. J. Kopelowitz, M. Kronenfeld, Louis Weinkle, Jack Pallott, William Friedman, Nat Zalka, Charles Goldstein, Mendel Scheinberg, Manuel Rippa, Nathan —Courtesy Miami Herald. Bader, Ed Friedman, Joe Fine, Sol Schwartz, Jerry Goodman, Sidney Palmer, Larry Fay, J. Lang, Oscar Argintar, Joe Siegel, M. Blutstine, Mr. Britz, E. Gordon, S. Rayvis, Sam Wiesel, Mike Arnold, Harry Fa rr. delegates were guests at a luncheon in Rabinowich's Restaurant, tendered by Mr. and Mrs. David Stein. At 2 o'clock the delegates began their deliberation with an [Appropriate prayers were recited i address of welcome by Mr. David Iby Rabbi Kleinfeld, who then Stein, president of the Rodeph Sho |closed the services. ,om Congregation, Mrs. Brash, At night the delegates were I treasurer of the Ladies' Auxiliary, endered a banquet by the Ladies' anf the rabbinical section by the (president, Rabbi Adolph Burger of %  ampa. Mr. B. J. Cohen of Orlando then read his report for the Hay division of the conference, following which the conference adjourned for the holding of committee meetings. I Monday morning all rabbis and Helegates to the statewide conference gathered at the Rodeph Shoem Congregation in Tampa, Fla., here committee meetings were Jeld. Delegates were then taken a sightseeing tour of the city the welcoming committees of lie congregation. At noon the of the auxiliary. Rabbis held a separate session, following which a joint session of Rabbis and laymen was held. A number of resolutions were adopted and committees were named. A feature of the session was an interesting address by Col. O. Falk of Tampa, one of its leading citizens. At night more than three hundred guests attended a banquet tendered by the Ladies' Auxiliary in honor of the visiting delegates in the social hall of the congregation. Large welcoming signs and gay decorations featured the welcome extended to the guests. Rabbi Burger delivered the invocation and was followed by an address by Mayor Chancy of Tampa. Mr. I David Stein, president of the congregation, spoke and expressed his happiness at having the conference in Tampa. Mrs. Witner, vice-president of the congregation's Auxiliary, presided at the beginning of the banquet and introduced a number of the local speakers and presented the musical numbers, which included selections by the choir of Rodeph Sholom, directed by the Rabbi. A song by Sam Verkauf and vocal selection by Mrs. H. A. Sandier. Congregational singing was led by Rabbi Margolis of Jacksonville. Cantor Boris SchlachBeach Butcher Found Guilty Max Goldman, who conducts a store on Collins ave., Miami Beach, was arrested last Thursday night I as the result of charges brought ; against him for violation of the kosher ordinance of the city. He told the committee that he was selling Treifah meat, yet he sold kosher poultry, and for that reason declined to remove "Kosher" signs from his premises. At a hearing last Wednesday morning before Judge Dan Galen of the Miami Beach Municipal Court, Abe Aronovitz, prominent Jewish attorney and assistant city attorney of Miami, represented the Kashrus committee and vigorously prosicuted the case. After hearing the case Judge Galen found Goldman guilty and deferred sentence pending a recommendation of Mr. Aronovitz and the city attorney of Miami Beach. Judge Galen, in deferring sentence, declared that he was determined to break up the violation of the kosher ordinance and would co-operate with the Jewish community to the effect. Auxiliary to Sponsor Party One of the prettiest events of the current season will be sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Conj gregation on Sunday evening, Jan-' uary 27th, at the Biscayne Collins Hotel, Miami Beach, beginning at 8 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded for high scores, and refreshments will be served. Mrs. A. M. Bass is chairman of the arrangements committee. The public is urged to attend. The usual late Friday night services, beginning at 8 o'clock, will be observed as Junior Hadaasah night, with Miss Ida Safer of the local chapter speaking on "Hadassah Influence on Palestine." Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly. Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted by the choir, will chant the services. Saturday 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 Ilaftoro and speak in English, following which he will be addressed by the Rabbi. The Junior Congregation meets at 10:30 a. m. The Bar Mitzva Club meets for services followed by breakfast i.% 8 a. m. Sunday morning. SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Our Chosen Leader." The service will be dedicated to President F. D. Roosevelt on his approaching birthday, January 30. There also will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi This Friday evening at the regular Friday evening services at 8:15 o'clock one of the outstanding rabbis in the country, Dr. Moses P. Jacobson of Asheville, N. C, will occupy the pulpit and speak on the subject. "Judaism—the Religion of the Future." Saturday morning services begin at 11 o'clock. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's Saturday morning sermonette is "Are You Listening?" The following pupils of the confirmation class will take part in the services: Florence Coret, organist; Charlotte Dreyfus, Marian Freed, A. N. Kaplan. man was heard in a number of selections. A series of stirring addresses which aroused the audience to a high pitch of enthusiasm were delivered by the visiting Rabbis on "Traditional Judaism." Rabbi Burger delivered an interesting talk. Mr. J. Louis Shochet, who presided as toastmaster, then presented as the last speaker of the evening, Mr. B. J. Cohen, who ] was re-elecbed president of the lay I section of the conference. Mr. Cohen made a splendid address on the work of the conference and concluded by announcing permanent committee appointments. Orlando presented an invitation to the conference to hold its next session there and telegrams from the Chamber of Commerce and the Mayor of Orlando were read. After a spirited debate the convention (Continued on Page 6) CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Late Friday night services will feature "Junior Hadassah evening" with an addressby Miss Hanna Mack, president of the Miami Junior Hadassah chapter. Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach on "My Impressions of the Statewide Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Jewry." The usual chanting and congregational singing will be directed by Cantor Boris Schlachman. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock, when the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Mincha services and the Chevra Thilim begin at 4:30 with the Shalosh Sauda and Maariv following.