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The Jewish Floridian ( February 8, 1935 )

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58? wjewisti fllariidliiaiin FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. S—No. 6 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935 Price Five Cents Spanish Rabbi Arrives Here Kubbi Fernando Nissan Friedman of Barcelona, Spain, arrived in Miami this week on a tour of the country. He is describing the rebuilding of the Jewish life in the land of the inquisition and from which the Jew had been expelled more than four hundred years ago. Today the government of Spain I and Catalonia are actively aiding in the rebuilding of Jewish life in their country. Rabbi Friedmin. I who is a young man of thirty-one, I is a native of Hungary, now | I Czechoslovakia, and for several | years was rabbi in The Hague, i [Holland. When the thousands of 1 | Jewish refugees fled from German] because of the Hitler perse-' [cutions many became established j %  in .Spain, and in the cities of Barj Jcelona, Palma and Seville efforts' I'ere made to establish a Jewish' | Irommunal life. Rabbi Friedman > accepted the call to head the first Congregation of Jews in Barcelona, called the Synagog Central Israelites Ashkenaim of Barcelona. In New York there was organized the American Friends of the Jewish Renaissance in Spain, to aid Spanish Jews in beginning a Jewish communal life. Heading this i nrganizntion is the famous scienSynaogue Will Celebrate Sundav Final plans for the celebration of the fourth anniversary of the dedication of the Synagogue of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation were completed this week, according to an announcement by the arrangements committee. The celebration, which will be held this coming Sunday evening, February 10th, at the Synagogue, 11545 S. \V. Third st., beginning at 8 o'clock, will begin with the singing of appropriate selections by local and visiting cantors. During the evening all of the Rabbis of Greater Miami will be heard in brief congratulatory remarks, and will be the guests of honor of the congregation. A number of noted musicians will appear during the evening and will be heard in vocal and instrumental selections. The guest speaker of the evening will be the noted editor and columnist, Arthur Brisbane, who annually dcRABHI JULIUS WASHER on matters of importance to the community. Mr. Brisbane has not yet announced the subject of his address. During the evening a beautiful poroches and altar set of plush, embossed in gold, will be presented to the Congregation by its Ladies' Auxiliary and this will be formally unveiled during the evening. Another noted non-Jewish speaker, who has asked that his name be withheld, will be heard during the evening. Following tha formal services the Ladies' AuxAnnouncements CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rsbbl The late Friday night services will hear the Rabbi preach on "Giving of One's Self." Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant the services. Cantor Beinhorn will chant the early Friday evening and the Saturday morning services. Saturday morning Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Mincha services bogin at 4 p. m. and are followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv services. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach at the services tonight at 8:15 o'clock and tomorrow morning at 11. The public is invited to attend all these services. Saturday morning services are conducted reguarly during the season. livers a lecture at the Synagogue iliary will serve refreshments. Beach Butcher Fined by Court pst, Prof. Albert Einstein. The novement is also endorsed by Prof, lorris R. Cohen, noted philosopher; Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, the Jnion of Orthodox Rabbis and oth\T noted men. B'nai B'rith lodges Cairo, Port Said and other Euupean and Asiatic cities are acIvely supporting the movement. lenefit to Aid Scholarship Fund Mrs. Ida Optner is chairman of he committee in charge of aringements for the benefit bridge lonsored by the Miami chapter the National Council of Jewish /omen on Wednesday afternoon, Bebruary 13th, at the showrooms Of the Murray Motor Co., Biscayne Jlvd. at 20th st. Prizes will be (warded for high scores and rereshments will be served. The roceeds will be devoted to the rholarship fund of the organizalon, as well as to aid in its program of relief for the blind, crippled and deaf and dumb children this area. The public is urg^d to attend. Max Goldman, butcher and poultry dealer of Miami Beach, who was recently found guilty of violating the kosher laws of Miami Beach by Judge Dan Galen of tha Beach Municipal Court, was sen' tenced to pay f 100 and costs last I Monday morning, or thirty days in jail. Sentence was suspended upon payment of costs and that defendant place a non-kosher sign on non-Kosher products that he offers for sale. Judge Galen announced that he would aid actively in breaking up any violations of the kosher law in Miami Beach. Active in this victory for the Jewish community were Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation and his Kashrus committee, and Abe Aronovitz, who was counsel for the committee and actively prosecuted the case in court. As a result of this case, Rabbi Rosenbloom succeeded in having a prominent delicatessen store in Miami Beach remove the word kosher from its electric sign. THE TRUTH MUST OUT Russian Exile To Speak Here R. Abramowitch, noted Yiddish journalist, will be the guest speaker next Wednesday evening, February 13th, at a public meeting at Beth David Hall, when his subject will be "Present Conditions in Russia." Mr. Abramowitch, who is well known to the readers of Yiddish literature, was a member of the Kerensky regime immediately after the fall of the czaristic government in Russia, and has been an exile since the end of the Kerensky government. He is reputed to be a very interesting speaker. Were we surprised? Not in the least. Nevertheless, in deference to the expressed wishes of the Kashrus Committee of Miami Beach, which now has the matter under consideration, we shall, at this time, refrain from commenting and from telling all the facts until our next issue. We refer to the incident whereby, through the vigilance of Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom and his able Mashgiach Rabbi, l)a\id ( lein, five saddles cf Trcifah lamb were found in the ice box of the Friedman Kosher Market on Miami Beach last Saturday night. in the story next week we shall tell of the duplicity of members of the ii in and the final disclosure, as I the re.ult of Rabbi Rosenj bloom's efforts, of erasures of bills, etc., and the part that a i large packing firm played in I this matter. And we shall try to answer the "Problem of the I LOST LAMB." | I 1 Pelley to Face Sentence Feb. 18 Third Symposium Next Tuesday Tuesday evening, February 12th, the third in a series of cultural symposiums sponsored by the Rabbinate of Greater Miami will be held at the Synagogue of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1546 S. W. Third st., at 8 p. m. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel will preside at this symposium, which will take for its subject the life and works of Moses Maimonides, whose 800tn anniversary is being observed this year throughout the world. P ibbi Max Shapiro will speak on the | "Life of Maimonides"; Rabbi S. M. J Machtei will speak of his "Moreh Nevuchim," and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will speak of his "Mishneh Torch." The public is urged to attend these cultural events, which are absolutely without charge, and at which no colMIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi The early morning services begin at 5:45 with the late services at vl... when the Rabbi will preach on "Superficial Optimists." Friday night will !> % %  observed as "Anniversary Night" and special attention will be paid to the fourth anniversary of the dedication of the Synagogue, which will take place Sunday evening. Saturday morning services begin at !' o'clock. The Rabbi will speak in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Mincha services at 5 p. in. are followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv services. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The usual late Friday night services beginning at 8:15 o'clock will hear Dr. Samuel Benjamin of the Orthodox Rabbi Named Professor Jewish National Fund speak on lections or appeals of any kind are j A New Light From Old Zion." permitted. Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted by the choir, will chant the services. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30. Elmer Spector, the son of Mr. and .Mrs. S. J. Specter, will be Bar Mitzva. He will recite the Haftoro and speak in EngDallas, Texas—Students in the lBi following which he will be Asheville N C—Convicted on Medical School of Baylor Univeraddressed by the Rabbi. The Juntwo charges of violating the North %  ** a Ba P tist institution, will ior Congregation meets at 10:30 Carolina law regulating the sale lcarn tneir Psychology and psySaturday morning and the Bar of stock, William Dudley Pelley, chiatry from a professor who is an If itzva Club for services and breakcommander of the anti-Semitic SilOrthodox rabbi, as a result of the fast at 8 a. m. Sunday. ver Shirts, and Robert C. Summerappointment of Rabbi Henry Raville, managing editor of LiberaP hael Gold to th( c-hair of ncuro1 PnimiUpH \ Utu\ tion, the defunct Silver Shirt or? a "<< Psychiatry. rrOITIlbeCl LdflO gan, the two Silver Shirt leaders are out on $2,500 bail each pending sentence on February 18 by Judge Wilson Warlick in Buncombe County Court. Don D. Kellogg, secretary of the Galahad Press, publishers of Liberation, was acquitted. The conviction grew out of charges involving fraudulent stock sales in the Galahad Press, which is now in bankruptcy. Under the North Carolina law, Rabbi Gold, who recently received his doctor's degree, is a brother of Rabbi Wolf Gold of New York, president of Mizrachi Organization of America. Is Denied Him Jaffa—Like Moses of old, Beracha Rakont. 32-year-old Polish Jew, saw the Promised Land, but Pelly and Summerville are dedid not live to inhabit it. He died prived of their citizenship in this on board the SS. Polonia, just as state since their offense is a felthe ship was in sight of the port ony. They both face imprisonment *>f Jaffa. The girl to whom he was for fve years or fnes of $1,000 on betrothed was waiting at the quay each count. for him to disembark.



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Friday, February 8, 1935 Miss Alexandra Pritiker of New York City arrived here this week to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritzker of this city. • Elmer Spector, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector of this city, will be Bar Mitsva at Bervicw Saturday morning, February 9th, at Beth David Synagogue. Mr. Spector, a prominent builder of this city, was one of the active workers in the erection of Beth David Talmud Torali. and Mrs. Spector has been active in the work of its Sisterhood. Following the services the parents of the Bar MitSVa will entertain in the Talmud Torah Hall at an old-fashioned Kiddush for the worshippers and friends. All friends are asked to attend the services. • • Dr. Samuel Benjamin will be the chief speaker at the meeting of the local chapter of Senior Hadassah on Monday afternoon, February 11. at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs Herman Wall, 445 N. E. 25th st.: A musical program will be presented and all members and friends are urged to attend. Mrs. J. L. Hartz, National Fund Chairman, urges all members to bring their boxes to the meeting. • • • Beth Da\id Sisterhood is sponsoring its i Hiigregational dinner at the Talmu.l Torah Hall on Sunday evening, February 17th, at 7 o'clock. In charge of arrangements is a committee with Mrs. .1. Engler as chairman, assisted by Mesdanus L. J. Hartz, H. Rayvis, Jack Pallott, H. Markowitz, M. Scheinberg, William Friedman, Harry Oliphant and M. Daum. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee. • • • Rabbi J. 1Seltzer, executive secretary of the Agudas Harabonim of America and Canada, arrived lure today in the interests ,,! the Esraa Torah Fund. • • Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring its 10th annual Purim Ball on Sunday, March 3rd. Mrs. Sol Rotfort is general chairman and Mrs. Harry Oliphant is in charge of the souvenir journal. • • • Beth Jacob Sisterhood is sponsoring a bridge party on Monday evening, February 11th, for the benefit of the Talmud Torah fund, ;„ the Clinton Hotel, 825 Washington ave., Miami Beach, beginning at M o'clock. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is urged to attend. • At a banquet tendered in honor of Dr. B. Aisurowitch, who visited Miami during the past week in the interests of "The Ort" last Tuesday night at the Beth David Talmu.l Torah Hall, more than one hundred people were present and listened to the inspiring address of the guest of honor and other speakers. Three hundred dollars was raised locally for the "Ort." • • • Samuel Kracmer, well known hotel and restaurant operator of Detroit and Mt. Clemens. Mich., will open "Kraemei's Kosher Restaurant" at 361 Collins ave., Miami Beach, comer of Fourth st., today and will feature a strictly kosher cuisine at popular prices. Kraemer operates the only hotel in Mt. Clemens under the supervision of the Detroit Council of Rabbis and its "Vaad Hakashrus." Occupying the site of Tappcn's, the dining room is one of the most spacious in the Beach and has been thoroughly redecorated and renovated. It will be under the supervision of the Miami Beach Kashrus committee and will have Rev. Isaac Wroobel, well known shochet and mashgiach, as its "Mashigiach Tmidi." Sam Schechter of New York is now operating the Ocean View Inn at Ocean Drive and 2nd st., Miami Beach, which he purchased several weeks ago. It is being operated as a strictly kosher hotel and restaurant and is featuring a kosher Hungarian cuisine. • • • Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wholpe and son, Donald, of Washington, D. C, are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandle and will remain here for several weeks. • • • Mrs. John Wolf of Washington, D. C. formerly of this city, is visiting her children, Mrs. Harold Tobin and Mrs. Jasper Cromer. • • • Mrs. Edward Cooper and daughter, Sylvia, of Washington, D. C are the house guests of Harold Tobin and will spend several weeks here. • • By popular demand the Blscayne Kennel Club is holding Vincent Lopez and his band over for another week until the closing night, I February 16th. In addition to the eleven races nightly, Lopez and his band have been affording an unusual musical treat to the racing fans. Of great interest to the fans are the elimination races, Miriam Haskell calls this jewelry "Blossom Time" You'll think of spring, too. and blue skies laced with fluffy clouds when you see it. The most heavenlv blue buds nestle in crystal clusters to maKe c ins. bracelets and pins of feminine allure! Also crystal with moss agate or shell pink. Clips 1 .00 Bracelets 2.00 Brooches 2.00 Ear-Rings. 2.00 Necklets 3 .00 hi RDINI -: BEET FLOOR Burdino's MIAMI -J MIAMI BEACH **5^ which will result in the naming of the contenders for the big race of the track, that of the Florida Derby on February 16th, the last night of the present season for the Biscayne Kennel Club. • The public is cordially invited to attend an "at home" Sunday afternoon, February 10th, from 3 to 5 o'clock at 530 N. W. First st., when the noted health lecturer, Miss Hester Brelsford, will deliver a lecture on health. ... Beth Jacob Sisterhood is sponsoring the presentation of a company of New York Yiddish actors and singers at the Miami Beach Elementary School on Sunday evening, February 17th, when the Yiddish operetta, "The Secret of Life," will be shown. • • The Chevra Thilim, which was organized recently at the Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, by the well known New York philanthropist, Joseph Golding, meets at the synagogue every Saturday at 4 p. m. • • The Jewish Welfare Bureau will shortly announce plans for a mem bership and fund raising campaign. This has become necessary because of the continued demands for re-1 lief which the organization is un[ able to handle for lack of funds. | • • • Maxim Brody announces that he is no longer connected with the Jewish Unity, having severed his connections as of February 5th. ... Another jai-alai tournament got under way last night at the Biscayne Fronton with Ochoa, Mir and Hevia meeting Charley, Mina and Najera in the first game of the 15-point triples series. Four teams are entered in the tournament and the winners will go to Havana with Charley and Mir, doubles champions, to compete in the circuit championship games there. Teams from the United States, Cuba, Mexico. Argentina. Peru, Brazil and Spain will partici| pate in the Havana contests. The match tomorrow night will I end the series and the winners then will be declared the tr pit S 'ham pions. New stars will come here next week from Cuba to replace those who will go to Havana. • • • The engagement of Miss Myrtle i Mondul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mondul, to Isadore Marks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, is announced. The wedding will take place in June. 30HB lsfc.Sb .^JiyM^aA "Miami'! Flneat Shoe Store" T • y oui C..U... —. i t* 11— CMUMB It. Me TiD • P. M—*Tea*i U Sun.-Mon., Feb. 10-11 CAT'S PAW Harold Lloyd—George Barbin Una Merkel—Nat Pendleton OCEAN VIEW INN Ocean Drive at Second St. Miami Beach Is Now Under the Management of SAM SCHECHTER Specializing in Strictly Kosher Hungarian Meals Reasonably Priced Phone 5-9227 TRY OUR SOUR (Smetene) CREAM IN NEW SANITARY PACKAGE AT YOUR GROCER'S MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSN. 769 N. W. ISth Ter. Phone 2-7696 MUSA ISLE= SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE N. W. 15th AT., and lth St. A Show II.r. (or 28 Ywra Alligator Wrestling Hourly Drir. Wat on Fl.fler and North on 27th Arrnue to 16th Street. Tike unFor-Hire Cr or th. Host Marnihla at Pier 10 A. M. and 2 P. II. GIFTS Hera you will ine 1 %  large Tari-i f < f %  rift %  nrr* %  ( %  ""* with a rfll Flori d a background, %  n i q a r, i %  nn i • hand-made, in M beautiful bright colon of the Serninolw — Bowi and A r r o w v TomTi.ma. Indian Jewe Iry, CoatumM, liuki-t*. Pottery %  nd A I I I v a to r Leather Good*. Burdinfs Jewish Section Main Store, Second i'/oor Ml. JONAH GREENWALD Of the Oateatl Hotel, Atlantic City Will Welcome You at the BISCAYNE-COLLINS HOTEL Biseaya. St. aad Colliae AT*. Miami Beach Where th. STRICTEST KASHRUS Is Combined With (he Finest Cuisine Bath in All Rooms REASONABLE RATES •>]lt4ton l mi.41Ui|l1ta. a



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Friday, February 8, 1035 TUB JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page wJewiislh IFIIondila>m I LORIDA S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY [News Tower BldR. I'UULISUKD KVKKY FRIDAY I 7 ll.. JKWISH rLOKIIHAN 11 HI ISIIINf. CO. P. O. .! 2171 Miami, Fla. 1'hone 2-5304 l2I B. w. ism A. KIHTORIAI. OFFICER: Itoaa Mill J. LOLTS 8HOCHET, Editor KUBO K. 8HOCI1KT. CirrilatUn fc.n.,., CANTOR BORIS SCIILACHMAN" Field Representative Jacksonville News Dr. David I). Berlin of the Medici School of Tufts College, Boston, was the guest speaker last week at the meeting of the Duval i ounty Medical Association. Sense and Non-Sense CUr*! u Kl ,.d cl„ m w J ul 4 lMOi ., u,. pu#t off uncUr th Act of March I. l7l>. fKST PALM BEACH I8AMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLEE Representative IU M.atk. .> %  • TMT ... WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. SUBSCRIPTION .-•l.M —ll.tt FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935 Vol. 8—No. 6 At tin' regular meeting of the liters of Israel last Wedneslay Dr. J, V. Safer was the principal speaker. Plans were formulated for the benefit card party being sponsored on Wednesday, February 20th at the Center, with Mesdames B. B. Yoffee and Benjamin Baker as the chairmen. promptly, "to buy a new auto? bile." Miss Ruby Jacobson entertained last week in honor of Mary Louise Park's sixteenth birthday anniversary. Games were played and refreshments served. The Temple Sisterhood met Tuesday and heard an illustrated lecture on South America by Mrs. Arthur K. Rummer. Hostesses for the social hour were Mesdames Edgar Felsom and William Wan! ulcer. Rachel went into a bank to cash a check for the first time. When the cashier asked her to endorse it, she told him to explain; that she didn't understand him at all. "That's all right," answered the cashier. "Just sign your name vn delegate-at-lar| the back exactly as you do on your Walter Davis—It means his Utters and I'll give you the money," didn't go along with him, son. "Oh, that." the woman blushed. moSon—Say, dad, what doetftl mean when the paper says sjjonie man went to a convention JUS a Kvifo Then she wrote, carefully and laboriously: "With love. Rachel." 'he World Jewish Congress Convenes It may tome as startling news to the members of B'nai irith. the American Jewish Committee, the Labor moveA well attended meeting of Junior Hadassah was held recently, 'lans were announced for the Novelty Dance, which will be held on Tuesday. February 26th, at the (enter. Miss Kate Bandrimmer i; general chairman. Mrs. Epstein worried because her husband always refused to talk over his business troubles with her. She was the kind of a woman who felt that a wife ought to participate in the interests of her husband, and was hurt because he wouldn't let her. So she sought out her best friend for advice. "How," she asked, "can I get my husband to discuss his business affairs with me?" "Ask him," the friend replied Mr. Rosenberg was a good of an autocrat. On a business to Europe he took his young c Sammy, with him. Sammy Very ambitious, and did everyt he could think of to win favo his boss.eyes. One day, after greeting the li with a cheerful "Good morning, Rosenberg," Sammy added: looks like we're going to ha storm today." Mr. Rosenberg drew back ha [ughtily. "WE are going to have a stofrm!" he exclaimed. "Since when] are YOU a partner?" | Senior Hadassah is sponsoring U concert and dance at the Mayflower Hotel roof garden on Thursday evening, February 14th. \ number of noted musicians will b heard in vocal and instrumental numbers during the evening. lent and others ... the fact remains undisputed The t'orld Jewish Conference is in session. Gather 'round headquarters ... at the Beach shul id there you will find representatives from the Keren Kay|mes, the Zionist organization, the Hebron Yeshiva. the Cleveland Yeshiva. the Kovno, Roumanian, Hungarian. SpanDancing will follow the concert. fch and of her institutions from all parts of the world; of Course, every American institution, be they Seminary. YeMilton Rosenstein and M. Jeihi\a. Hospital. Orphan Home. Home for Consumptives or What not all are present and answer the roll call And %  le world of Jewsh music and art ... of course world famous (ha/onim (at least, they say thev are) actors from Very corner of the earth, plus all are gathered at the %  (.rid Jewish Congress. %  And the Rabbis (R. I..) are visited to have them give Halbolos. certificates, letters or what have you. to each of these delegates. M For hath it not been said "And from Miami and Miami Reach there shall go forth the voice of the law, and f { shekels of the blessed roll forth into the pockets of the Tekers." Noted Rabbi Is Visitor Here HUH Giicken, well known architects of Chicago, visited in Jacksonville en route to Miami, where they Will spend two weeks. After leaving Miami they will go to New Orleans to attend Mardi (Iras. Tampa Notes Jewish News Around the World l Succor European Jew Jew Heads Italian Naval Building Rome—General Umberto Pugliese, Italian Jewish soldier who rose to high command in the engineering corps of the Italian army, was appointed head of the state commission for naval building. General Pugliese formerly was head of the state-directed shipbuilding and wharf-building organization. Hi distinguished himself in the World war and was decorated for y by the Italian government, ntral omand *wish Propose Orthodox Kehillah for New York New York A proposal that New York should have an Orthodox Kehillah (communal association) which would be in charge of the ParisThe Economic Cejr commission, formed by the Committee of Jewish Delegation.' Executive of the World jJ Congress to investigate and rjeport on the economic status of Jews in various countries, held its first meeting under the chairmanship ,f I. Yefroikin. Grave Vandals Oldenburg, Germany The oidenburgische State Journal reports the arrest of vandals who de.-ecrald the Jewish cemetery of Oewelgoenne here. They are boys of 14 and 12 and are not connected with any section of the .National Socialist party. Hebrew Wires by Phone Mr. and Mrs. B. Dubin, 2008 l.amar st., have announced the encity's Talmud Torahs and Yeshigagement of their daughter. Miss j vas and would take part in KashSylvia Dubin, to Mr. Maurice New-1 ruth regulation has been made. man. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Newman of St. Petersburg. New Hersl Biographj RABBI SAMI I:I, S. BIEGRL RABBI EPIIRAIM EPSTEIN %  tabbi Ephraim Epstein, accomin the western part of the country. Pftiir.l by Rabbi Samuel S. Siegel, Rabbi Siegel is connected with the both of Chicago, arrived here las. executive department of the semiy k to spend several weeks here nary. During the thirteen years %  t he interests of Beth Midrash j of its existence it has sent fifty%  torah, the Hebrew Theological j two rabbis to pulpits throughout %  lege of Chicago. Rabbi Epstein the country, including Rabbi David St he spiritual leader of the largI. Roscnbloom of Miami Beach. The I Orthodox Synagogue in Chiinstitution at the present time has f( is president of the Chicago an enrollment of four hundred and krachi and founder and present twelve students, many of whom resident of the Executive Board ceive not only their educational pie Seminary. He is recognized one of the leaders of Orthodoxy and religious training, but their meals, clothing and lodging as well. Dr. l.ouis S. Oppenheimer celebrated his 81st birthday recently and was the recipient of many teiegrams, telephone calls and letters of congratulation from all parts of the state and country. At a meeting of the Tampn chapter of American Red Cross he was presented a birthday cake for the tenth consecutive year. Dr. Oppenheimer is honorary chairman of the chapter. Dr. Oppenheimer is ilso very active in mason'c work in Tampa. He was the first worshipful master of John Darling Lodge and has been made an honruary member of A. W. Windhorst and Fellowship lodges. In a Masonic publication several years ago Dr. Oppenheimer was given the title of "the grand old man" of Masons. Vienna—A new and definitive biography of Dr. Theodor Hersl by the Jewish scholar. Dr. Alexander Bain, will be published shortly, the Phebo Publishing Company announced. The book is a full-dress biographj of the life and career of Dr. Hers] in 640 pages and with ninety illustrations. London The transmission of telegrams in Hebrew within Palestine is entirely by telephone, with no Morse alphabet used, tin postmaster general of Great Britain disclosed. The jiost master general had asked the Palestine government for a copy of the Morse alphabet in Hebrew and was informed there was none. German Sciential Arrives in Miami Mrs. P. Funstein. her daughters, Dr. Herman Nurnberg, well known Jewish savant, is on a visit to Miami, where he will spend several weeks. He is now engaged in re.-earch work at the New York University and will shortly publish his book, "Einstein for Everybody.' A graduate of the Heidelberg University, he was assistant Congratulations are due both the Children's Home and Mrs. Abe Maas, on Mrs. Maas' re-election for her 24th year as president of the home. A-lines and Helen, and Mr. and professor in physics there until sev Mrs A. Ackerman, all of New, eral years ago. He has been active York City, are visiting their parin Jewish work and in l'.04 took ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Rippa. a large number of children from Kishineff, immediately after the Miss Mary Hartman, who was, massacre there, to Palestine. He the guest of Mrs. Leo Isaacs, has returned to her home in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rostein and Murray Zane of New York are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine, 2!>07 Fountain blvd. will shortly be heard in a number of addresses on scientific matters. RADIO SYNAGOG The regular Friday night service will take place at 8 o'clock at RoMrs. A. R. Berger, president of' Doph Sholom Temple. Palm anJ the Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Jefferson sts., and Saturday mornRabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at Rodoph Sholom, who underwent an ing at 9 o'clock, at which time nine o'clock on Sunday morning on operation at the municipal hosRabbi Adolph Burger will take "Religion's Aim." There also will pital ten days ago, was removed charge. Visitors are welcome at be prayers, scripture reading and to her home. all times. j a question box.



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fje Poor THB JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 8, 1935 Pt&bto j$gttitgo$ Bulletin Kdited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Pound*! ami Director, Ke'ii" Synae. of Amerioa .SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLOUIDA Vol. V. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1935 No. 8 '— rh b "The Art of Mud-Slinging" ; Scripture Reading, <-\ it i u-. Chapter XX. Verses 22-2(>, Inclusive I 1 ften in a tion, i'l a very delicate I, ment. i am called ipon I end my own people and to jus; the non-Jews; and I, ;:s frequently, mu l • non-Jews towards my L .in the Bcope of therabbi's work to taltB his flock IUS, but that Inshould find it necessary (l| t | • the can-" "f the Gentile before sonic of his own people sec 1 :i'y. L of mj work in the Lord's Garden, bectf : "' ise of the i eem i„ t :ns, and because my pi 1 pie Urn, 1 .1 'requently have pointed out to me some improper act|(l y a Gei or by ;i group, who arc prejudiced and who ; theJi mpanying this directing of my attcnti,,i "Tl have your Goyim." Yes. there I have them. BeCJIU; thej list" n to my preaching, I pronounce the Benediction ov< i, my own ; ilike, I am held accountable for thai ns. Truly, an unenviable position. t it i> my pur] day to make clear to my own people that the act! 1 which tiny find n ng from some Gentiles are not the actioi 1 In ng of that name. A prejudiced mind, a sjpiteful heart, a mud-slinging proclivity arc not Christian traits. The within the Christian fold who are adepts at torturing oth rs. Jews, as well, have hen known to be past-masters in the art of nud-slinging and Blan %  • r. Some Jews, some Christians, some in all lands and among all peoples dishonor the names of their lands and their faith-. The mas8, the majority is honest, upright, fair and just They lead clean lives. They denounce the malefactors within the! r own ranks Tin former premiei Great Britain, David Lloj I G who, as 1 >m< ini haaid, "sees with amazing clearness what m 1 if tl i< course is ted in." has written in his hook, "Where Are We G( %  % %  .'" a swi ng ] against the widespread revival of the "Of I the bigotrii ," says, "that savage human tern] er thei as the anti-Semitic. I; has no basis in % %  not 1 in faith. il to no id al; it i? just one of me weeds that grow in the to rac a. may he gathered from hal il i almost entirely confined to nations who worship the 1 tin natii of the Hebri ws as the only inspired mi nd, and whose only hope mises of the great teachers ,.,!i and thinker points out the fallacies in the Jew, and he closes this portion ht: "No good has ever come of It is a poor ami pusillanimous sport, la. kit : all the I "f manliness, and those who indulge in it wouU. -t to inn away were there any element of danger in it." Ii -il that I rush to | of the true Christian, of tin d woman of cl ding, of the rightthinking aid right-living follower of the N'azarene, I have too much faith in the r inherent Bensi of honor, of fair play, of justice, of sportsmanship, to accuse them of underhand persecutions or overt acts of injury to th ir neighbors because they are .lews. The average Christian thinks highly 1 1 .' himself to make mudslinging unnecessary. It is only the ragamuffin in a group who throws mud at the boy who is dressed neatly and cleanly. It is done with the sole purpose of besmirching the "sissy"—as he calls him—that he may have no cause to tower over the filthy and bedraggled urchin. The child who, himself, is clean does not stoop to throwing dirt on another. He respects cleanliness and parity. The inferiority complex of the unclean tempts him to place others on an equal plane with himself. He has no aspirations to cleanliness. He will not rise to the level of the pure and clean His only means of equalizing lies in dragging the other down to his low foot ng. \ handful of mud cast at the clean clothes, a slanderous remark, a false ami mean accusation hurled at the clean reputation of those he envies, seems, to him, to accomplish his purpose. Knowing the Gentiles as I believe I do, it is inconceivable that they have an inferiority complex as regards the Jew. They are on as hijrh a plane. It is only the ill-bred, the low-caste, the ignorant, among the Christians who are' resentful of the high plane upon which the Jew lives. This same type is jealous of his Christian brothers as well, but Infinds no outlet, has no appealing reasons to offer for his own failure and for the others' success. But, as regards the Jew, there is a storehouse of lies, slanders, accusations and tortures which he may use with impunity in his effort to soil the clean clothes e,f these "sissies," the common target of others of his kind. No, dear friends, the doy, or my (Joyim. if you will, are not, as a class, engaged in persecuting the Jew. Their hands are not soiled from slinging muel at Jews. They arc clean because they love cleanliness, and, loving cleanliness am! purity, they love, admire and respect tin' real Jew. theJew in whom they see mirrored their own ideas of honor, justice, equity and religious thought. I repeat—my Goyim, those whom one may consider real Christians, never give a Jew cause for complaint, just as a non-Jew will never have cause to regret an • DCOUnter with a loyal observant Jew. Still in defense of the Gentile, I want to admit that the Jew is different. The scripture reading this morning admonished the Jews, "Thou shalt not walk in the manners of the nation which I cast out before you." But, even more than that prohibition, the experiences of life have molded the Jew into something different than his neighbor. The non-Jew resents certain traits and habits of the Jew. But, he loses sight of the fact that these habits are the kindly protections of a wise nature. Luther Burhank has demonstrated that the cactus and other prickly plants merely borrow their thorns for self-protecUon. Wlnn cultivated ami potected from the rough interference of passe, sbv, they shed them. The need for protection has taught even what we call inanimate nature to find its means for keeping marauders oil. History clearly demonstrates that the world has forced the growth ot the thorn which, it .now complained, exists in the Jew. He has known nothing but th.' ne ,el for eternal vigilance for his e,wn preservation since thetime of the' Babylonian captivity. The art of mud-sLinging is learned in chil.lhood, and it pi rsista in puerile minds. Tb,' cleanly-dressed !.'<— not hurl mud at the unclean. It is the filthy ragamuffin who seeks to besmirch the' .ban and the pure. The' real Christian is clean. He does not insult the Jew or any other, lbeloe-s not persecute. He does not discriminate on th' e.f prejudice. I'm sorr> to Hisapp.-int the critics, but my Goyim, being themselves on a high plane, do not throw mud at the Jew. Hamlyn Mattress Company MATTKKSSF.S BOX SPRINGS PILLOWS HOAT CUSHIONS Renovating and Manufacturing "PERSONAL SERVICE" Upholstering and Kefinishing Furniture of All Kinds Studio Couches Phone 2-4856 1158 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla. Orlando Notes Mrs. William Lieberman, son of .Mr. and Mrs. L. Lieberman, graduated from the University of ida thi.semester, receiving his LL. B. degree. Thesecond meeting of the .1. 0. J. Club was held at the : ,j Ansel VVittenstien. Offii 1 1 elected and the name J. 0. J, en. Mrs. Dave Hillman wa eel club mother. The J. 0. 1. lub are theyour,'. Orlando Jewish boys and mi eting of the club n |


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rc ab imn rLOKTDtAji Friday, February 8, 1935 the theme of "The Afre of Innocence," the picturization of the Edith Wharton novel starting Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre. Irene Dunne and John Boles, making their first screen appearance together for a long time, are the stars, and the supporting cast includes Lionel Atwill, Julie Haydon, Helen Westley and Laura Hope Crews. MEETING TO BE MELD All members are urged to attend a meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 8 p. m Harold Lloyd is not going in for' musicals, but there will be a dash of singing and dancing in his latest screen offering. "The Cat's Paw," which comes to the Tivoli Theatre OH Sunday. One of the funniest Scenes in the Clarence Budington Kelland Saturday Evening Post serial is laid in a cabaret, and for this sequence of the picture Lloyd had special music written by Harry Aksa and Roy Turk. One sonu, "I'm Just That Way." which sounds like a suretire hit. is sung by Grace Bradley, „„ mm""" "'" """ OCEA HEALTH FOOD PRODUCTS CO. HERBS—HERBAL REMEDIES Concentrated Health Foods and Organic Chemicals To Supply the Deficiencies HESTER BRELSFORD 140 N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-5902 m i i iiiiiiiMiMiiiniiiiiiiiiiim UIIIIIIHM urn %  ""'" %  "" iMiniiinniii W. L. PHILBRICK Director of Funerals Serving Greater Miami PRIVATE SEDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE 1857 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-3311 fi60 West Flagler St. Miami Phone 2-3456 wbd plays a female "heav." Larry Qeballoa staged the dancing numbers, in which Lloyd shows that if it were n -iry for him to go in for "hoofing," he would get by very nicely. The love problems of the elite in the leventies and eighties provide At All Good Store* Aak for NEW YORK BREAM YOl ARE SIRE OF THE FINEST KOSHER MEATS AM) POULTRY WHEN YOU BUY AT Miami Beach Kosher Market 329 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 5-2026 FREE DELIVERY WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER STORE REV. s. GUTTMAN in Charge of Poultry MAX NUSSBAUM in Charge of Meats We Are Under Supervision of the "KASHRUS COMMITTEE OF MIAMI BEACH" Co-Operating With Rabbi David I. Rosenhloom GLARE FROM BARE LAMPS CAUSES EYESTRAIN! Protect 1 your eves with these new style table ana floor lamps. The lighi they give is bright enough, yet soil enough to bring yon a new idea of reading comfort cm HURTS YOUR EYES! At Our Showrooms or Your Dealer's II' -i : -n< .) for IM .UIU %  HIII n, aupphiag the right kind of liphl hi i In right %  mount $6.95 .'ic Down $1.00 a Month Tbr right bright, ibr rigb ai* tbadr. Drnigned to di liver •oftrr, IM II, r light whrov yon want it. $9-95 THE NO-GLARE BOWL 95c Down $1.50 a Month In th

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58?
wjewisti fllariidliiaiin
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. SNo. 6
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935
Price Five Cents
Spanish Rabbi
Arrives Here
Kubbi Fernando Nissan Fried-
man of Barcelona, Spain, arrived
in Miami this week on a tour of
the country. He is describing the
rebuilding of the Jewish life in
the land of the inquisition and from
which the Jew had been expelled
more than four hundred years ago.
Today the government of Spain
I and Catalonia are actively aiding
in the rebuilding of Jewish life in
their country. Rabbi Friedmin.
I who is a young man of thirty-one,
I is a native of Hungary, now |
I Czechoslovakia, and for several |
years was rabbi in The Hague, i
[Holland. When the thousands of1
| Jewish refugees fled from Ger-
man] because of the Hitler perse-'
[cutions many became established j
in .Spain, and in the cities of Bar- j
Jcelona, Palma and Seville efforts'
I'ere made to establish a Jewish' |
Irommunal life. Rabbi Friedman >
accepted the call to head the first
Congregation of Jews in Barce-
lona, called the Synagog Central
Israelites Ashkenaim of Barcelona.
In New York there was organized
the American Friends of the Jew-
ish Renaissance in Spain, to aid
Spanish Jews in beginning a Jew-
ish communal life. Heading this i
nrganizntion is the famous scien-
Synaogue Will
Celebrate Sundav
Final plans for the celebration
of the fourth anniversary of the
dedication of the Synagogue of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation were completed this week,
according to an announcement by
the arrangements committee. The
celebration, which will be held this
coming Sunday evening, February
10th, at the Synagogue, 11545 S. \V.
Third st., beginning at 8 o'clock,
will begin with the singing of ap-
propriate selections by local and
visiting cantors. During the eve-
ning all of the Rabbis of Greater
Miami will be heard in brief con-
gratulatory remarks, and will be
the guests of honor of the congre-
gation. A number of noted musi-
cians will appear during the eve-
ning and will be heard in vocal
and instrumental selections. The
guest speaker of the evening will
be the noted editor and columnist,
Arthur Brisbane, who annually dc-
RABHI JULIUS WASHER
on matters of importance to the
community. Mr. Brisbane has not
yet announced the subject of his
address. During the evening a
beautiful poroches and altar set
of plush, embossed in gold, will be
presented to the Congregation by
its Ladies' Auxiliary and this will
be formally unveiled during the
evening. Another noted non-Jew-
ish speaker, who has asked that
his name be withheld, will be heard
during the evening. Following tha
formal services the Ladies' Aux-
Announcements
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rsbbl
The late Friday night services
will hear the Rabbi preach on "Giv-
ing of One's Self." Cantor Boris
Schlachman will chant the services.
Cantor Beinhorn will chant the
early Friday evening and the Sat-
urday morning services. Saturday
morning Rabbi Rosenbloom will
preach in Yiddish on the portion
of the week. Mincha services bo-
gin at 4 p. m. and are followed by
the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv
services.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach
at the services tonight at 8:15
o'clock and tomorrow morning at
11. The public is invited to attend
all these services. Saturday morn-
ing services are conducted regu-
arly during the season.
livers a lecture at the Synagogue iliary will serve refreshments.
Beach Butcher
Fined by Court
pst, Prof. Albert Einstein. The
novement is also endorsed by Prof,
lorris R. Cohen, noted philoso-
pher; Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, the
Jnion of Orthodox Rabbis and oth-
\t noted men. B'nai B'rith lodges
Cairo, Port Said and other Eu-
upean and Asiatic cities are ac-
Ively supporting the movement.
lenefit to Aid
Scholarship Fund
Mrs. Ida Optner is chairman of
he committee in charge of ar-
ingements for the benefit bridge
lonsored by the Miami chapter
the National Council of Jewish
/omen on Wednesday afternoon,
Bebruary 13th, at the showrooms
Of the Murray Motor Co., Biscayne
Jlvd. at 20th st. Prizes will be
(warded for high scores and re-
reshments will be served. The
roceeds will be devoted to the
rholarship fund of the organiza-
lon, as well as to aid in its pro-
gram of relief for the blind, crip-
pled and deaf and dumb children
this area. The public is urg^d
to attend.
Max Goldman, butcher and poul-
try dealer of Miami Beach, who
was recently found guilty of vio-
lating the kosher laws of Miami
Beach by Judge Dan Galen of tha
Beach Municipal Court, was sen-
' tenced to pay f 100 and costs last
I Monday morning, or thirty days
in jail. Sentence was suspended
upon payment of costs and that
defendant place a non-kosher sign
on non-Kosher products that he
offers for sale. Judge Galen an-
nounced that he would aid actively
in breaking up any violations of
the kosher law in Miami Beach.
Active in this victory for the Jew-
ish community were Rabbi David I.
Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation and his Kashrus commit-
tee, and Abe Aronovitz, who was
counsel for the committee and ac-
tively prosecuted the case in court.
As a result of this case, Rabbi
Rosenbloom succeeded in having a
prominent delicatessen store in
Miami Beach remove the word
kosher from its electric sign.
THE TRUTH MUST OUT
Russian Exile
To Speak Here
R. Abramowitch, noted Yiddish
journalist, will be the guest speak-
er next Wednesday evening, Feb-
ruary 13th, at a public meeting at
Beth David Hall, when his subject
will be "Present Conditions in
Russia." Mr. Abramowitch, who
is well known to the readers of
Yiddish literature, was a member
of the Kerensky regime immediate-
ly after the fall of the czaristic
government in Russia, and has
been an exile since the end of the
Kerensky government. He is re-
puted to be a very interesting
speaker.
Were we surprised? Not in
the least. Nevertheless, in def-
erence to the expressed wishes
of the Kashrus Committee of
Miami Beach, which now has
the matter under consideration,
we shall, at this time, refrain
from commenting and from tell-
ing all the facts until our next
issue. We refer to the incident
whereby, through the vigilance
of Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom
and his able Mashgiach Rabbi,
l)a\id ( lein, five saddles cf
Trcifah lamb were found in the
ice box of the Friedman Kosher
Market on Miami Beach last
Saturday night. in the story
next week we shall tell of the
duplicity of members of the
ii in and the final disclosure, as I
the re.ult of Rabbi Rosen- j
bloom's efforts, of erasures of
bills, etc., and the part that a i
large packing firm played in I
this matter. And we shall try
to answer the "Problem of the I
LOST LAMB." |
I_________________________________________1
Pelley to Face
Sentence Feb. 18
Third Symposium
Next Tuesday
Tuesday evening, February 12th,
the third in a series of cultural
symposiums sponsored by the Rab-
binate of Greater Miami will be
held at the Synagogue of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, 1546 S. W. Third st., at
8 p. m. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan
of Temple Israel will preside at
this symposium, which will take
for its subject the life and works
of Moses Maimonides, whose 800tn
anniversary is being observed this
year throughout the world. P ibbi
Max Shapiro will speak on the |
"Life of Maimonides"; Rabbi S. M. J
Machtei will speak of his "Moreh
Nevuchim," and Rabbi David I.
Rosenbloom will speak of his
"Mishneh Torch." The public is
urged to attend these cultural
events, which are absolutely with-
out charge, and at which no col-
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
The early morning services be-
gin at 5:45 with the late services
at vl... when the Rabbi will preach
on "Superficial Optimists." Fri-
day night will !> observed as "An-
niversary Night" and special at-
tention will be paid to the fourth
anniversary of the dedication of
the Synagogue, which will take
place Sunday evening. Saturday
morning services begin at !' o'clock.
The Rabbi will speak in Yiddish on
the portion of the week. Mincha
services at 5 p. in. are followed by
the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv
services.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The usual late Friday night serv-
ices beginning at 8:15 o'clock will
hear Dr. Samuel Benjamin of the
Orthodox Rabbi
Named Professor
Jewish National Fund speak on
lections or appeals of any kind are j a New Light From Old Zion."
permitted. Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted
by the choir, will chant the serv-
ices. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30. Elmer Spector, the
son of Mr. and .Mrs. S. J. Specter,
will be Bar Mitzva. He will re-
--------- cite the Haftoro and speak in Eng-
Dallas, TexasStudents in the lBi following which he will be
Asheville N CConvicted on Medical School of Baylor Univer- addressed by the Rabbi. The Jun-
two charges of violating the North ** a BaPtist institution, will ior Congregation meets at 10:30
Carolina law regulating the sale lcarn tneir Psychology and psy- Saturday morning and the Bar
of stock, William Dudley Pelley, chiatry from a professor who is an If itzva Club for services and break-
commander of the anti-Semitic Sil- Orthodox rabbi, as a result of the fast at 8 a. m. Sunday.
ver Shirts, and Robert C. Summer- appointment of Rabbi Henry Ra-
ville, managing editor of Libera- Phael Gold to th(' c-hair of ncuro1- PnimiUpH \ Utu\
tion, the defunct Silver Shirt or- ? a"<< Psychiatry. rrOITIlbeCl LdflO
gan, the two Silver Shirt leaders
are out on $2,500 bail each pend-
ing sentence on February 18 by
Judge Wilson Warlick in Bun-
combe County Court. Don D. Kel-
logg, secretary of the Galahad
Press, publishers of Liberation, was
acquitted. The conviction grew
out of charges involving fraudu-
lent stock sales in the Galahad
Press, which is now in bankruptcy.
Under the North Carolina law,
Rabbi Gold, who recently re-
ceived his doctor's degree, is a
brother of Rabbi Wolf Gold of
New York, president of Mizrachi
Organization of America.
Is Denied Him
JaffaLike Moses of old, Be-
racha Rakont. 32-year-old Polish
Jew, saw the Promised Land, but
Pelly and Summerville are de- did not live to inhabit it. He died
prived of their citizenship in this on board the SS. Polonia, just as
state since their offense is a fel- the ship was in sight of the port
ony. They both face imprisonment *>f Jaffa. The girl to whom he was
for fve years or fnes of $1,000 on betrothed was waiting at the quay
each count. for him to disembark.


Friday, February 8, 1935
Miss Alexandra Pritiker of New
York City arrived here this week
to be the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritzker of this
city.
*
Elmer Spector, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector of this
city, will be Bar Mitsva at Bervicw
Saturday morning, February 9th,
at Beth David Synagogue. Mr.
Spector, a prominent builder of
this city, was one of the active
workers in the erection of Beth
David Talmud Torali. and Mrs.
Spector has been active in the work
of its Sisterhood. Following the
services the parents of the Bar
MitSVa will entertain in the Tal-
mud Torah Hall at an old-fash-
ioned Kiddush for the worshippers
and friends. All friends are asked
to attend the services.

Dr. Samuel Benjamin will be the
chief speaker at the meeting of the
local chapter of Senior Hadassah
on Monday afternoon, February 11.
at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs
Herman Wall, 445 N. E. 25th st.:
A musical program will be present-
ed and all members and friends
are urged to attend. Mrs. J. L.
Hartz, National Fund Chairman,
urges all members to bring their
boxes to the meeting.

Beth Da\id Sisterhood is spon-
soring its i Hiigregational dinner at
the Talmu.l Torah Hall on Sunday
evening, February 17th, at 7
o'clock. In charge of arrangements
is a committee with Mrs. .1. Engler
as chairman, assisted by Mesdanus
L. J. Hartz, H. Rayvis, Jack Pal-
lott, H. Markowitz, M. Scheinberg,
William Friedman, Harry Oliphant
and M. Daum. Reservations may
be made with any member of the
committee.

Rabbi J. 1- Seltzer, executive
secretary of the Agudas Harabo-
nim of America and Canada, ar-
rived lure today in the interests
,,! the Esraa Torah Fund.
*
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring its 10th annual Purim Ball
on Sunday, March 3rd. Mrs. Sol
Rotfort is general chairman and
Mrs. Harry Oliphant is in charge
of the souvenir journal.

Beth Jacob Sisterhood is spon-
soring a bridge party on Monday
evening, February 11th, for the
benefit of the Talmud Torah fund,
; the Clinton Hotel, 825 Wash-
ington ave., Miami Beach, begin-
ning at M o'clock. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The
public is urged to attend.

At a banquet tendered in honor
of Dr. B. Aisurowitch, who visited
Miami during the past week in the
interests of "The Ort" last Tues-
day night at the Beth David Tal-
mu.l Torah Hall, more than one
hundred people were present and
listened to the inspiring address of
the guest of honor and other speak-
ers. Three hundred dollars was
raised locally for the "Ort."

Samuel Kracmer, well known ho-
tel and restaurant operator of De-
troit and Mt. Clemens. Mich., will
open "Kraemei's Kosher Restau-
rant" at 361 Collins ave., Miami
Beach, comer of Fourth st., today
and will feature a strictly kosher
cuisine at popular prices. Kraemer
operates the only hotel in Mt.
Clemens under the supervision of
the Detroit Council of Rabbis and
its "Vaad Hakashrus."
Occupying the site of Tappcn's,
the dining room is one of the most
spacious in the Beach and has been
thoroughly redecorated and reno-
vated. It will be under the super-
vision of the Miami Beach Kashrus
committee and will have Rev. Isaac
Wroobel, well known shochet and
mashgiach, as its "Mashigiach
Tmidi."

Sam Schechter of New York is
now operating the Ocean View Inn
at Ocean Drive and 2nd st., Miami
Beach, which he purchased several
weeks ago. It is being operated
as a strictly kosher hotel and res-
taurant and is featuring a kosher
Hungarian cuisine.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wholpe and
son, Donald, of Washington, D. C,
are the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. Kandle and will remain
here for several weeks.

Mrs. John Wolf of Washington,
D. C. formerly of this city, is
visiting her children, Mrs. Harold
Tobin and Mrs. Jasper Cromer.

Mrs. Edward Cooper and daugh-
ter, Sylvia, of Washington, D. C ,
are the house guests of Harold To-
bin and will spend several weeks
here.

By popular demand the Blscayne
Kennel Club is holding Vincent
Lopez and his band over for an-
other week until the closing night,
I February 16th. In addition to the
eleven races nightly, Lopez and
his band have been affording an
unusual musical treat to the rac-
ing fans. Of great interest to the
fans are the elimination races,
Miriam Haskell calls this jewelry
"Blossom Time"
You'll think of spring, too. and blue
skies laced with fluffy clouds when
you see it. The most heavenlv blue
buds nestle in crystal clusters to
maKe c ins. bracelets and pins of fem-
inine allure! Also crystal with moss
agate or shell pink.
Clips ,------1.00
Bracelets 2.00
Brooches 2.00
Ear-Rings. 2.00
Necklets____3.00
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which will result in the naming of
the contenders for the big race of
the track, that of the Florida Derby
on February 16th, the last night
of the present season for the Bis-
cayne Kennel Club.

The public is cordially invited to
attend an "at home" Sunday after-
noon, February 10th, from 3 to 5
o'clock at 530 N. W. First st.,
when the noted health lecturer,
Miss Hester Brelsford, will deliver
a lecture on health.
...
Beth Jacob Sisterhood is spon-
soring the presentation of a com-
pany of New York Yiddish actors
and singers at the Miami Beach
Elementary School on Sunday eve-
ning, February 17th, when the
Yiddish operetta, "The Secret of
Life," will be shown.
*
The Chevra Thilim, which was
organized recently at the Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, Miami Beach,
by the well known New York phil-
anthropist, Joseph Golding, meets
at the synagogue every Saturday
at 4 p. m.

The Jewish Welfare Bureau will
shortly announce plans for a mem
bership and fund raising campaign.
This has become necessary because
of the continued demands for re-1
lief which the organization is un- [
able to handle for lack of funds. |

Maxim Brody announces that he
is no longer connected with the
Jewish Unity, having severed his
connections as of February 5th.
...
Another jai-alai tournament got
under way last night at the Bis-
cayne Fronton with Ochoa, Mir
and Hevia meeting Charley, Mina
and Najera in the first game of
the 15-point triples series. Four
teams are entered in the tourna-
ment and the winners will go to
Havana with Charley and Mir,
doubles champions, to compete in
the circuit championship games
there. Teams from the United
States, Cuba, Mexico. Argentina.
! Peru, Brazil and Spain will partici-
| pate in the Havana contests.
The match tomorrow night will
I end the series and the winners then
will be declared the tr pit S 'ham
pions.
New stars will come here next
week from Cuba to replace those
who will go to Havana.

The engagement of Miss Myrtle
i Mondul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Mondul, to Isadore Marks,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks,
is announced. The wedding will
take place in June.
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week at the meeting of the Duval
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935
Vol. 8No. 6
At tin' regular meeting of the
liters of Israel last Wednes-
lay Dr. J, V. Safer was the prin-
cipal speaker. Plans were formu-
lated for the benefit card party
being sponsored on Wednesday,
February 20th at the Center, with
Mesdames B. B. Yoffee and Ben-
jamin Baker as the chairmen.
promptly, "to buy a new auto?
bile."
Miss Ruby Jacobson entertained
last week in honor of Mary Louise
Park's sixteenth birthday anniver-
sary. Games were played and re-
freshments served.
The Temple Sisterhood met
Tuesday and heard an illustrated
lecture on South America by Mrs.
Arthur K. Rummer. Hostesses for
the social hour were Mesdames
Edgar Felsom and William Wan- !
ulcer.
Rachel went into a bank to cash
a check for the first time. When
the cashier asked her to endorse it,
she told him to explain; that she
didn't understand him at all.
"That's all right," answered the
cashier. "Just sign your name vn delegate-at-lar|
the back exactly as you do on your Walter DavisIt means his
Utters and I'll give you the money," didn't go along with him, son.
"Oh, that." the woman blushed.
mo-
SonSay, dad, what doetftl
mean when the paper says sjjonie
man went to a convention jUs a
Kvifo
Then she wrote, carefully and la-
boriously: "With love. Rachel."
'he World Jewish Congress Convenes
It may tome as startling news to the members of B'nai
irith. the American Jewish Committee, the Labor move-
A well attended meeting of Jun-
ior Hadassah was held recently,
'lans were announced for the
Novelty Dance, which will be held
on Tuesday. February 26th, at the
(enter. Miss Kate Bandrimmer i;
general chairman.
Mrs. Epstein worried because her
husband always refused to talk
over his business troubles with her.
She was the kind of a woman who
felt that a wife ought to partici-
pate in the interests of her hus-
band, and was hurt because he
wouldn't let her. So she sought
out her best friend for advice.
"How," she asked, "can I get
my husband to discuss his business
affairs with me?"
"Ask him," the friend replied
Mr. Rosenberg was a good
of an autocrat. On a business
to Europe he took his young c
Sammy, with him. Sammy
Very ambitious, and did everyt
he could think of to win favo
his boss.- eyes.
One day, after greeting the li
with a cheerful "Good morning,
Rosenberg," Sammy added:
looks like we're going to ha
storm today."
Mr. Rosenberg drew back ha [ugh-
tily.
"WE are going to have a stofrm!"
he exclaimed. "Since when] are
YOU a partner?" |
Senior Hadassah is sponsoring
U concert and dance at the May-
flower Hotel roof garden on
Thursday evening, February 14th.
\ number of noted musicians will
b heard in vocal and instrumen-
tal numbers during the evening.
lent and others ... the fact remains undisputed The
t'orld Jewish Conference is in session.
Gather 'round headquarters ... at the Beach shul .
id there you will find representatives from the Keren Kay-
|mes, the Zionist organization, the Hebron Yeshiva. the
Cleveland Yeshiva. the Kovno, Roumanian, Hungarian. Span- Dancing will follow the concert.
fch and of her institutions from all parts of the world; of
Course, every American institution, be they Seminary. Ye- Milton Rosenstein and M. Je-
ihi\a. Hospital. Orphan Home. Home for Consumptives or
What not all are present and answer the roll call And
le world of Jewsh music and art ... of course world fa-
mous (ha/onim (at least, they say thev are) actors from
Very corner of the earth, plus all are gathered at the
(.rid Jewish Congress.
And the Rabbis (R. I..) are visited to have them give
Halbolos. certificates, letters or what have you. to each of
these delegates.
M For hath it not been said "And from Miami and
Miami Reach there shall go forth the voice of the law, and
f{' shekels of the blessed roll forth into the pockets of the
Tekers."
Noted Rabbi Is Visitor Here
huh Giicken, well known archi-
tects of Chicago, visited in Jack-
sonville en route to Miami, where
they Will spend two weeks. After
leaving Miami they will go to New
Orleans to attend Mardi (Iras.
Tampa Notes
Jewish News
Around the
World
l Succor European Jew
Jew Heads Italian Naval Building
RomeGeneral Umberto Pug-
liese, Italian Jewish soldier who
rose to high command in the en-
gineering corps of the Italian
army, was appointed head of the
state commission for naval build-
ing.
General Pugliese formerly was
head of the state-directed ship-
building and wharf-building organ-
ization.
Hi distinguished himself in the
World war and was decorated for
y by the Italian govern-
ment,
ntral
om-
and
*wish
Propose Orthodox Kehillah for
New York
New York A proposal that New
York should have an Orthodox Ke-
hillah (communal association)
which would be in charge of the
Paris- The Economic Cejr
commission, formed by the Com-
mittee of Jewish Delegation.'
Executive of the World jJ
Congress to investigate and rjeport
on the economic status of Jews in
various countries, held its first
meeting under the chairmanship ,f
I. Yefroikin.
Grave Vandals
Oldenburg, Germany The oid-
enburgische State Journal reports
the arrest of vandals who de.-ecral-
d the Jewish cemetery of Oewel-
goenne here.
They are boys of 14 and 12 and
are not connected with any section
of the .National Socialist party.
Hebrew Wires by Phone
Mr. and Mrs. B. Dubin, 2008
l.amar st., have announced the en- city's Talmud Torahs and Yeshi-
gagement of their daughter. Miss j vas and would take part in Kash-
Sylvia Dubin, to Mr. Maurice New-1 ruth regulation has been made.
man. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. New-
man of St. Petersburg.
New Hersl Biographj
Rabbi sami i:i, s. BIEGRL
RABBI EPIIRAIM EPSTEIN
tabbi Ephraim Epstein, accom- in the western part of the country.
Pftiir.l by Rabbi Samuel S. Siegel, Rabbi Siegel is connected with the
both of Chicago, arrived here las. executive department of the semi-
yk to spend several weeks here nary. During the thirteen years
the interests of Beth Midrash j of its existence it has sent fifty-
torah, the Hebrew Theological j two rabbis to pulpits throughout
lege of Chicago. Rabbi Epstein the country, including Rabbi David
St he spiritual leader of the larg- I. Roscnbloom of Miami Beach. The
I Orthodox Synagogue in Chi- institution at the present time has
f( is president of the Chicago an enrollment of four hundred and
krachi and founder and present twelve students, many of whom re-
sident of the Executive Board ceive not only their educational
pie Seminary. He is recognized
one of the leaders of Orthodoxy
and religious training, but their
meals, clothing and lodging as well.
Dr. l.ouis S. Oppenheimer cele-
brated his 81st birthday recently
and was the recipient of many tei-
egrams, telephone calls and let-
ters of congratulation from all
parts of the state and country.
At a meeting of the Tampn
chapter of American Red Cross he
was presented a birthday cake for
the tenth consecutive year. Dr.
Oppenheimer is honorary chairman
of the chapter. Dr. Oppenheimer
is ilso very active in mason'c work
in Tampa. He was the first wor-
shipful master of John Darling
Lodge and has been made an hon-
ruary member of A. W. Windhorst
and Fellowship lodges. In a Ma-
sonic publication several years ago
Dr. Oppenheimer was given the
title of "the grand old man" of
Masons.
ViennaA new and definitive
biography of Dr. Theodor Hersl
by the Jewish scholar. Dr. Alex-
ander Bain, will be published
shortly, the Phebo Publishing Com-
pany announced.
The book is a full-dress biogra-
phj of the life and career of Dr.
Hers] in 640 pages and with ninety
illustrations.
London The transmission of
telegrams in Hebrew within Pales-
tine is entirely by telephone, with
no Morse alphabet used, tin post-
master general of Great Britain
disclosed.
The jiost master general had
asked the Palestine government for
a copy of the Morse alphabet in
Hebrew and was informed there
was none.
German Sciential Arrives in Miami
Mrs. P. Funstein. her daughters,
Dr. Herman Nurnberg, well
known Jewish savant, is on a visit
to Miami, where he will spend sev-
eral weeks. He is now engaged
in re.-earch work at the New York
University and will shortly pub-
lish his book, "Einstein for Every-
body.' A graduate of the Heidel-
berg University, he was assistant
Congratulations are due both the
Children's Home and Mrs. Abe
Maas, on Mrs. Maas' re-election for
her 24th year as president of the
home.
A-lines and Helen, and Mr. and professor in physics there until sev
Mrs A. Ackerman, all of New, eral years ago. He has been active
York City, are visiting their par- in Jewish work and in l'.04 took
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Rippa. a large number of children from
Kishineff, immediately after the
Miss Mary Hartman, who was, massacre there, to Palestine. He
the guest of Mrs. Leo Isaacs, has
returned to her home in New York
City.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rostein and
Murray Zane of New York are the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Au-
gustine, 2!>07 Fountain blvd.
will shortly be heard in a number
of addresses on scientific matters.
RADIO
SYNAGOG
The regular Friday night service
will take place at 8 o'clock at Ro-
Mrs. A. R. Berger, president of' Doph Sholom Temple. Palm anJ
the Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Jefferson sts., and Saturday morn-
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
Rodoph Sholom, who underwent an ing at 9 o'clock, at which time nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
operation at the municipal hos- Rabbi Adolph Burger will take "Religion's Aim." There also will
pital ten days ago, was removed charge. Visitors are welcome at be prayers, scripture reading and
to her home. all times. j a question box.


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THB JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 8, 1935
Pt&bto j$gttitgo$ Bulletin
Kdited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Pound*! ami Director, Ke'ii" Synae. of Amerioa
.SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLOUIDA
Vol. V.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1935
No. 8
' rh
b "The Art of Mud-Slinging"
;. Scripture Reading, <-\ it i u-. Chapter XX. Verses 22-2(>, Inclusive
I 1 ften in a tion, i'l a very delicate
I, ment. i am called ipon I end my own people and to jus-
; the non-Jews; and I, ;:s frequently,
mul non-Jews towards my
L .in the Bcope of the- rabbi's work to
taltB his flock ius, but that In- should find it necessary
(l| t| the can-" "f the Gentile before sonic of his own people
sec 1 :i'y.
L of mj work in the Lord's Garden,
bectf :"' ise of the i eem
i ,t :ns, and because my pi 1 pie
Urn, 1 .1 'requently have pointed out to me some improper
act|(l y a Gei or by ;i group, who arc prejudiced and who ;
theJi mpanying this directing of my attcn-
ti,,i "Tl have your Goyim." Yes. there I have them. Be-
cjiu; thej list" n to my preaching, I pronounce the Benediction
ov< i, my own ; ilike, I am held accountable for
thai ns. Truly, an unenviable position.
t it i> my pur] day to make clear to my own people that the
act! 1 which tiny find n ng from some Gentiles are not
the actioi 1 In ng of that name. A prejudiced mind,
a sjpiteful heart, a mud-slinging proclivity arc not Christian traits.
The within the Christian fold who are adepts at torturing
oth
rs. Jews, as well, have hen known to be past-masters in the art
of nud-slinging and Blan r. Some Jews, some Christians, some in
all lands and among all peoples dishonor the names of their lands
and their faith-. The mas8, the majority is honest, upright, fair and
just They lead clean lives. They denounce the malefactors within
the! r own ranks
Tin former premiei Great Britain, David Lloj I G who,
as 1 >m< ini ha- aid, "sees with amazing clearness what m 1
if tl i< course is ted in." has written in his hook, "Where Are We
G( '.'" a swi ng ] against the widespread revival of the
"Of I the bigotrii ," says, "that savage human
tern] er thei as the anti-Semitic. I; has no basis in
not 1 in faith. il to no id al; it i? just one of
me weeds that grow in the to rac a.
may he gathered from
hal il i almost entirely confined to nations who worship the
1 tin natii of the Hebri ws as the
only inspired mi nd, and whose only hope
mises of the great teachers
,.,!i and thinker points out the fallacies in the
Jew, and he closes this portion
ht: "No good has ever come of
It is a poor ami pusillanimous sport,
la. kit : all the I "f manliness, and those who indulge in it
wouU. -t to inn away were there any element of danger in it."
Ii -il that I rush to | of the true Christian,
of tin d woman of cl ding, of the right- think-
ing aid right-living follower of the N'azarene, I have too much faith
in the r inherent Bensi of honor, of fair play, of justice, of sportsman-
ship, to accuse them of underhand persecutions or overt acts of injury
to th ir neighbors because they are .lews. The average Christian
thinks highly 1 1 .' himself to make mudslinging unnecessary. It
is only the ragamuffin in a group who throws mud at the boy who is
dressed neatly and cleanly. It is done with the sole purpose of be-
smirching the "sissy"as he calls himthat he may have no cause
to tower over the filthy and bedraggled urchin. The child who, him-
self, is clean does not stoop to throwing dirt on another. He respects
cleanliness and parity. The inferiority complex of the unclean tempts
him to place others on an equal plane with himself. He has no aspira-
tions to cleanliness. He will not rise to the level of the pure and
clean His only means of equalizing lies in dragging the other down
to his low foot ng. \ handful of mud cast at the clean clothes, a
slanderous remark, a false ami mean accusation hurled at the clean
reputation of those he envies, seems, to him, to accomplish his purpose.
Knowing the Gentiles as I believe I do, it is inconceivable that
they have an inferiority complex as regards the Jew. They are on as
hijrh a plane. It is only the ill-bred, the low-caste, the ignorant, among
the Christians who are' resentful of the high plane upon which the
Jew lives. This same type is jealous of his Christian brothers as well,
but In- finds no outlet, has no appealing reasons to offer for his own
failure and for the others' success. But, as regards the Jew, there is
a storehouse of lies, slanders, accusations and tortures which he may
use with impunity in his effort to soil the clean clothes e,f these "sis-
sies," the common target of others of his kind.
No, dear friends, the doy, or my (Joyim. if you will, are not, as a
class, engaged in persecuting the Jew. Their hands are not soiled
from slinging muel at Jews. They arc clean because they love clean-
liness, and, loving cleanliness am! purity, they love, admire and re-
spect tin' real Jew. the- Jew in whom they see mirrored their own ideas
of honor, justice, equity and religious thought. I repeatmy Goyim,
those whom one may consider real Christians, never give a Jew cause
for complaint, just as a non-Jew will never have cause to regret an
DCOUnter with a loyal observant Jew.
Still in defense of the Gentile, I want to admit that the Jew is
different. The scripture reading this morning admonished the Jews,
"Thou shalt not walk in the manners of the nation which I cast out
before you." But, even more than that prohibition, the experiences
of life have molded the Jew into something different than his neighbor.
The non-Jew resents certain traits and habits of the Jew. But, he
loses sight of the fact that these habits are the kindly protections of
a wise nature. Luther Burhank has demonstrated that the cactus and
other prickly plants merely borrow their thorns for self-protecUon.
Wlnn cultivated ami potected from the rough interference of passe, s-
bv, they shed them. The need for protection has taught even what we
call inanimate nature to find its means for keeping marauders oil.
History clearly demonstrates that the world has forced the growth ot
the thorn which, it .- now complained, exists in the Jew. He has
known nothing but th.' ne ,el for eternal vigilance for his e,wn preser-
vation since the- time of the' Babylonian captivity.
The art of mud-sLinging is learned in chil.lhood, and it pi rsista in
puerile minds. Tb,' cleanly-dressed !.'< not hurl mud at the unclean.
It is the filthy ragamuffin who seeks to besmirch the' .ban and the
pure. The' real Christian is clean. He does not insult the Jew or any
other, lb- eloe-s not persecute. He does not discriminate on th'
e.f prejudice. I'm sorr> to Hisapp.-int the critics, but my Goyim, being
themselves on a high plane, do not throw mud at the Jew.
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Orlando Notes
Mrs. William Lieberman, son of
.Mr. and Mrs. L. Lieberman, grad-
uated from the University of
ida thi.- semester, receiving his
LL. B. degree.
The- second meeting of the .1. 0.
J. Club was held at the : ,j
Ansel VVittenstien. Offii 1 1
elected and the name J. 0. J,
en. Mrs. Dave Hillman wa
eel club mother. The J. 0. 1. lub
are the- your,'.
Orlando Jewish boys and
mi eting of the club n | at the home of Shirley Bi
I \ re: J
man. pn Mile nt; Marjor;, |
vice-president; Mildred II.
aryj Florence Blasky,
urerj Hindaliza Kotteh
porter.
The 101 Club met rei
the home of Sigmond '/.
Plans for the coming 101
to be given February 14 in the
vestry rooms of the Cong. Ohev
Sholeni were furthered.
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To places where there are
no Torgsin Stores, the mer-
chandise is mailed promptly
by parcel post.
Prices compare favorably
with those in America
Service in all stores of the
Torgsin chain is efficient, up-
to-date and courteous.
The University of Florida
who are spending their miel rn
vacation here are Joe Wittenstieo,
Sidney and Joel Baker, Meyer Si-
gal, Morton Levy, Martin Segal
All are members of T. E. P. fra-
ternity.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cohen en-
tertained at their home recently.
Bridge and other card games were
played. Guests were serve I at
tractively by the hostess,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Myers, .Miss
Doro Myers. Mrs. Cline and Mr.
and Mr M. IL Block si"'" Mon*
day in Tampa.
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I Friday, February 8, 1986
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society
Out of a class of 250 pupils at
Jeth David Sunday School the fol-
lowing were chosen for the honor
roll for the mid-year, 1934-1935:
|K)in jene Heiman, Gilbert Friedman,
^lass 1: Harvey Sooten, Joyce Ros-
engarten, Gerald Gordon, Sidney
Jordon, Elmer Oliphant. Class 2:
eral weeks.
Sunday evening, February 24th,
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
sponsor a Dutch Supper and card
party at the clubrooms of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association,
S. W. 16th ave. and 5th st. Prizes
will be awarded for high scores
and refreshments will be served.
The public is urged to attend.
Mr. Calvin Leuchtman of Hazle-
ton, Pa., arrived to spend the sea-
Stanley Tinter, Barbara Gordon, f ;_ d u i ,.
... !!. so at Miami Beach. Mr. Leucht-
Vlbert Kskanazie. Class 3: Esther ~ i n.. u ,
man is the first vice-president of
ipetz, Evelyn Bernstein, Paul Sa- thp R._B: nMth ntJLt* ....,
fer, Diana Blatmun, Adele Sooten.
iPre-confirmation: Nanette Cohen,
the B'nai BVith Ddstrict Grand
Lodge No. 3, a past president of
the Hazleton, Pa., Lodge and a past
ack Mandcll, Frankie Markowitz, j president of the B'nai B'rith Coun-
aine Gottlieb. Confirmation:' cil of Eastern Pennsylvania,
oward Schwartz, Hortense Beck-
itt, Samuel Latihn, Charles War- Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom offi-
ield, Helen Syman, Miriam Wein- dated last Sunday at his home, as-
raub. Post-confirmation: Melvin sisted by Cantor Boris Schlachman,
einkle, Blanche Seligman, Lil- at the marriage nuptials of Miss
ian Kaplan. Teacher's training: Anne Roller to Murry Grossman
elen Schiff, Robert Miller, Eliz- oi this city. Ralph Grossman was
beth Rosenkrantz. best man and Mrs. Benjamin Kol-
? ler, the bride's mother, attended
Mr. Emanuel Tietler and Miss tne br'de. Following the ceremony
lice Green were married last i tne immediate members of the two
unday afternoon at the home of I families w*re quests at a dinner
abbi S. M. Machtei in the pres- ?"** at the Wi" Pin Hotel,
nee of a group of immediateI fo"OWm
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Kinsler of
Springfield, Mass., attended the
bride, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Haines
Itlcndcd the groom. Following the
eremony a dinner was served at
fie Palatial Kosher Restaurant.

Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
sor its annual Purim Ball at the
Prolics on Sunday evening, March
)rd, when a gala evening of enter-
ainment will be given.
Mr. Isaac Hartman, prominent
Communal worker of Miami, ar-
rived here Wednesday to spend sev-
a trip through the state.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ehrenkrantz
are spending the winter season at
Miami Beach. Their son will ar-
rive here for a brief visit from
the University of Pennsylvania o
celebrate his birthday anniver-
sary.

Jack Apte of Miami has been
named Dade County Organizer for
the Jewish War Veterans and is
assisting State Organizer Erneat
Renson, who is now in Miami for
the organization. Those who are
eligible are urged to communicate
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West Flagler Kennel Club grey-
hound racing fans are being given
a rare treat with the running of
the first annual $2,000 Nursery
Stakes. In the added money event,
which started with 24 entrants, are
several young dogs expected to be
real headliners in another year or
two, dogs whose names will be
linked with Red Whisk, Irish Pick,
Dr. Commins, Buddy Hawke and
other topnotchers of the present
day.
The Nursery eliminations started
last night and the first round will
be completed after two more boxes
of eight go to the post this eve-
evening and Saturday night. The
semi-final races are scheduled for
Monday and Wednesday of next
week. A consolation for eight dogs
eliminated in the semi-finals will
be run next Friday night and the
$2,000 stake championship is to be
the feature of a gala Saturday
night card on February 16.
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An important meetitng of the
executive board of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will be
held at Beth David Talmud Torah
Hall on Tuesday evening, Febru-
ary 12, beginning at 8:30. All
members are urged to attend.
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Friday, February 8,
1935
the theme of "The Afre of Inno-
cence," the picturization of the
Edith Wharton novel starting Sun-
day at the Seventh Avenue The-
atre. Irene Dunne and John Boles,
making their first screen appear-
ance together for a long time, are
the stars, and the supporting cast
includes Lionel Atwill, Julie Hay-
don, Helen Westley and Laura
Hope Crews.
MEETING TO BE MELD
All members are urged to attend
a meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Cong. Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 8 p. m.
Harold Lloyd is not going in for'
musicals, but there will be a dash
of singing and dancing in his lat-
est screen offering. "The Cat's
Paw," which comes to the Tivoli
Theatre OH Sunday. One of the
funniest Scenes in the Clarence
Budington Kelland Saturday Eve-
ning Post serial is laid in a cab-
aret, and for this sequence of the
picture Lloyd had special music
written by Harry Aksa and Roy
Turk. One sonu, "I'm Just That
Way." which sounds like a sure-
tire hit. is sung by Grace Bradley,
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1857 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3311
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Miami
Phone 2-3456
wbd plays a female "heav." Larry
Qeballoa staged the dancing num-
bers, in which Lloyd shows that if
it were n -- iry for him to go in
for "hoofing," he would get by
very nicely.
The love problems of the elite in
the leventies and eighties provide
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