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The Jewish Floridian ( March 1, 1935 )

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% 58? wJewisti IFIoiriidliiai in FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 8— No. y MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1935 Price Five Gents Announcements B I !f a 1 i 1 B rith to --— %  ——— Hold Convention TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 1*7 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Tonight at 8:15 o'clock Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will deliver the third lecture of his series on Jewish History. His subject will be trict will conic from the District The 5!lth annual convention of Lodges of District Grand Lodge No. 5 of B'nai B'rith will be held en March 10th and 11th at Atlanta, Ga., with headquarters at the Ansley Hotel. Representatives of the 21 lodges of the dis"The Age of Adolescence Joshua to Samuel." Prom of Columbia, Maryland, Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Saturday morning services begin Carolina and Florida. More than at 11 o'clock and are held in Kapone hundred delegates will be aclan Hall. Dr. Kaplan's subjecl companied by several hundred for his Saturday morning sermonmembers, according to advices recite is "Moses (lathered the F.nreived by Hyman S. Jacobs of Attire Congregation." The followlanta, who is general chairman of ing members of the confirmation the convention. class will take part in the servSunday evening, the opening day ices: Robert Sprint/., Irene Slann 0 f the convention, Dr. Abraham and Maurice Weintraub. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 119 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The regular late Friday evening services begin at 8:15, when the Rabbi will preach on "The Status of World Jewry." Cantor Nathan Wroobel, aided by the Beth David' p a lm Beach will send delegates, Leon Schar, director of Hillel Foundation, will deliver the main address of the convention. Rabbi David Marx, Dr. Leon Banov, Rabbi Harry H. Epstein and other noted speakers will address the convention during its sessions. An elaborate banquet will close the convention on Monday night at the Standard Club. From Florida, Jacksonville, Orlando and West Choir, will chant the services and lead the congregational singiag. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30. Junior Congregation meets at 10:30 a. m. The Bar Mitzva Boys' Club meets for services, followed by breakfast, at 8 a. m. Sunday. CONGSEGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) Sll Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi The usual early services beg n at 5:30, with the late services at 8:15, when the Rabbi will prcaci on "The Meaning of True Freedom." Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. All services Friday night and Saturday morning will be chanted by the 13-year-old <-antor, Menashe'le : who was retained because of the request of many worshipers Mincha services begin at 4 p. m. and are followed by the Chevra Thilim, Shalosh Saudah and Maanv. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 8. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi with none attending from Miami. The officers and members of the District Grand Lodge, No. 5, executive committee, are Dr. Leon Banov, Charleston, S. C, president; A. Shefferman, Washington, D. C, first vice-president; Hyman Jacobs, Atlanta, Ga., second vicepresident; William Goodhart, Baltimore, Md., treasurer; Edwin L. Levy, Richmond, Vt., secretary; H. A. Alexander, Atlanta, Ga., Constitution Grand todge Represenative; Sidney Stern, Greensboro, N. C, committeeman from North Carolina; L. J. Levitas, Atlanta, Ga., committeeman from Georgia; David Davis, Jacksonville, Fla., committeeman from Florida; and Joseph Fromberg, Charleston, S. C, committeeman from South Carolina. State Conference To Be Held Here A meeting of the executive board of the Florida Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen will convene for a twoday session in Miami Sunday afternoon, March 8rd, at the call of Mr. B. J. Cohen, president of the lay division, and Rabbi Adblph Burger, president of the rabbinicil The regular early services begin (livLsion Matters concerning legNoted Stars to Aid Charity Eddie Garr, international star, now appearing at Beautiful Deauville, has joined the long list of stars to appear at the "Night of Stars" benefit performance at th, for the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Mr, Garr is considered the foremost mimic on the American stage, and has been featured in such well known productions as "Strike Me Pink," "Thumbs Up," and comes to the Deauville direct from the Central Park Casino in New York City. Sophie Tucker, chairman of the entertainment committee, announces that she has secured the co-operation of nearly every supper club in the Metropolitan Miami section. The transportation com mittee has arranged to take the talent to the theatre and return them to their respective clubs in time for the regular floor shows. Among those to appear will be Miss Tucker herself, Earl Carroll, Vincent Lopez, Jack Waldron, Ben Blue, Frances Faye, B. B. B., Veloz and! Yolanda, The Yacht Club Boys and many others. R, R. Adler, who heads the ticket committee, gave a luncheon Wednesday at the Blackstone Hotel for members of his ticket selling group. The meeting was attended by Mrs. Bertha Levy, Mrs. Hyman Stern, Mrs. Herbert Metzger, Mrs R, II. Mile, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Gussye Cohen, B. B. B., Mr. Harry A. Zenn and Mr. Adler. A checkup of the sales revealed that the house is over half sold out, with many reservations coming in daily Those who wish to attend this monster performance may secure their tickets at the box office or at leading hotels. Mr. Adler urges prompt action in the securing of tickets, as the house is expected to sell out long before the night performance. Charleston Judge In Washington Charleston, S. C.—Joseph Fromberg, one of the South's outstanding jurists, has been named special assistant to the United States attorney general. A recorder of the police court for the past three years, Judge Fromberg will assume his duties in Washington this month. The new special assistant to the attorney general was born in Augusta, Ga., May 27, 1890. He received most of his grammar and high school education in Sumter. He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina, class of 1810, where he obtained his I.L. B. degree. In July, 1911, he was admitted to practice in the U. S. district court of South Carolina. In November, 1929, he was admitted to practice in the U. S. supreme rourt. Judge Fromberg was elected in 1929. at Atlanta, as president of Distrit Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith, having jurisdition of lodges in the territory from Maryland south to and inluding Florida, and was re-eleted to the same office at Baltimore, Md., in 1930. He was one of the principal speakers at the B'nai B'rith Conference in Miami last year. Jewish News Around the World Greek Nazi Tieup Salonica—The Nazi organization EKE maintains the most friendly relations with the Nazi Propaganda Ministry in Berlin, it was openly admitted! here by leaders of the anti-Semitic group to a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent. The Nazi leaders boasted they receive their instructions from Dr. Goebbels' office by regular mail and that special instructions are sent them by courier from Berlin. at 6:30, with the late services at 8:30, when the Rabbi will prevh on "Beautiful Ideals anl B.utal Facts." The usual congregational singing and chanting will be enjoyed. Saturday morning set vices begin at 9 o'clock. Minchi services at 5 p. m., with the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv following. Services are held daily at 8 a. m. Beth David to Hold Annual Ball The nineteenth annual Purim Ball of Beth David Sisterhood will be held at the Frolics Sunday evening, March 3rd, with a program of unusual entertainment, in islation to be presented to the Florida legislature will be discussed, as will matters of Kashrus, education and other matters affecting Florida Jewry. addition to the regular floor show. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. Sol Rotfort as general chairman. Assisting her are Mesdames L. J. Hartz, William Robinson, Ed Friedman, J. Engler, Harry Oliphant, G Ginsburg and Morris Pepper. All friends of Beth David are urged to buy their tickets from members of the committee, as otherwise the organization will not profit. Proceeds of this affair will be used for the Talmud Torah Fund of the organization. Ladies Plan Purim Dance A regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, held last Tuesday night, announced plans for the fourth annual Purim Ball of the organization. The affair, which will be one of the most outstanding events of the current season will be held on Purim night, Tuesday, March 19th, at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. In. addition to the dancing, other en-i tertainment will be presented during the evening. In charge of arrangements are Mesdames T. Kotkin and Milton Weiner, co-chair-. men; Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Mrs. Harry Shulman in charge of tickets; Mrs. M. Pallott, Mrs. P. Berkowitz, Mrs. Max Rappaport, Mrs. Julius Washer and Mrs. N. Adelman on the general committee. A | committee representing the con-i gregation will assist. Messrs. E.' Albert Pallott, Nat Blumberg, P.! Berkowitz, N. Adclman, Max Rappaport, Max Mintzer and H. M. Drevich will serve on this committee. Proceeds of this ball will be devoted to the work of the Talmud Torah supported by the organization. Newspaper Course Opens at Stetson De Land—Establishment of a school of journalism at Stetson University and appointment of Platus Iberius Lipsey, jr., for many years on the Associated Press domestic and foreign staff, as director, have been announced by President W. S. Allen of the university. F#om 1929 to 1933 Lipsey was chief of the Associated Press bureau at Geneva, Switzerland, and for two years prior to that was on the staff of the London bureau. Before going abroad, Lipsey served in the Associated Press bureaus in Memphis, Tenn.; Atlanta, Richmond. Va., and Columbia, S. C. Final Symposium To Be Held Soon The fourth in the series of symposiums to awaken an interest in Jewish cultural affairs will be held at Beth David Congregation on Tuesday evening, March 12th when "Anti-Semitism, Its Causes and Effects" will be discussed Dy the Rabbis of Greater Miami. The series of symposiums are being held under the auspices of Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel Rabbi Samuel M. Machtei of the Radio Synagog, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David, Rabbi David I _/Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob and Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation There are no charges or collections of any kind mad|e at these meetings. These symposiums have attracted large audiences in the past several months. In addition to the lectures, a musical program is always presented. Agriculturalist to Study Palestine Development Jerusalem—Frank Stockdale, agricultural adviser of the British colonial office, is coming to Palestne at the request of the government, it was announced here, in order to inspect the agricultural development of the country. It is expected that he will be asked to make a report that may involve further government aid to a program of intensifying Palestine's agricultural growth. New York—A quota of $50,000 to be collected in the next few weeks for the relief of Polish Jewry, was decided] upon at a meeting of the committee of 100 chosen to direct Polish Jewish relief work. Rumanian Peasant Party Defeats Anti-Semitic Move Bucharest —Alexander VaidaVoevod, former premier, ex-minister of the interior and well known anti-Semite, suffered a major political setback when a general party meeting of the National Peasants Party voted down his attempt to add an anti-Jewish plank to the party's platform. Vaida-Voevod, who was premier during the pogroms of 1930, demanded the introduction of the numerous clausus in all secondary and higher institutions of learning as well as in the legal and medical professions. Nazi First to Debark From Steamer Tel Aviv Jerusalem—The first passengei to land in Palestine from the first Jewish owned steamer, the Tel Aviv, which entered a Palestine port for the first time recently bearing the first blue-white Jewish flag, was a Nazi correspondent sent to Palestine by the Voelkischer Beobachter, Hit' .'s official organ. The name of Uie correspondent is Dr. Martini. He was previously connected with the Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, one of the leading Berlin dailies, which suspended publication recently.



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Pag Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 1, 1935 Col. 0. Falk, prominent communal leader and department store owner of Tampa, Fla., .-pint several daya in Miami attending a conference of business leaden regarding the sales tax legislation now being discussed. • • • The marriage of Mrs. Sarah B. Potts to Norman Levin took place lasl Sunday afternoon at the residence of Cantor Louis Hayman. The ceremony was performed by Cantor Louis Hayman and was followed by a reception. Among the out-of-town quests were two brothers of the bride, and their wives: Mr. and Mrs, Harry F. Rothman of Englewood, N. ,1., and Mr. and Mrs. Moe Rothman of Atlantic City. N. .1. Both bride ami groom are residents of Miami. • • • Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman and son. Charles, of l'aterson. N. J., are guests at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami Beach. Miss May Arons of Brooklyn, X. Y.. is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kahn of this city. • • %  > Mrs. .1. M. Lyons of Hajrerstown, Md.i is visiting her Mster and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman of this city. Also visiting the Adelmans are their niece, Miss Edith Myers of Ha• wn. • • The annual Donor's Luncheon, sponsored by Senior Hadassah, to have been held this week, has been postponed and will be held at the Blackstone Hotel on Tuesday noon, March 12th. with Mrs. Barney WVinkfle in charge of arrangem< nts. • Brotherhood L>ay, which was observed in more than six hundred communities throughout the country, was observed in Miami with al sermons Friday nipht and address, s over WIOD Radio Synagog services, when Judge David .1. Heffernan, representing CathoBURDENE'S JEWISH SECTION Moved to the Fourth Floor Bagatelle WILL challenge your skill 98 There's many a hilarious evening in store, when bagatelle's on the program and it's only one of hundreds of urov\n-up games for rumpus-raisin' at Hurdine's. 0:her a lult games from 50c to 52.50 OR 3 u rcfin (?s MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH lies, amk A J. Reynolds, president of the V. M. (". A., representing Protestants, joined Rabbi Machtei in addresses on "Brotherhood." Mayor K. G. Sewell, in recognition of the day, issued a proclamation urging general observance of the day. • • • More than one hundred and twenty-five guests attended the Dutch supper sponsored by the Ladies' Auriliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last Sunday night at the V. M. H. A. club rooms. A goodjy sum was realized for the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. • • Beth Jacob Sisterhood is planning a gala evening of entertainment at its annual dance, which will be held at the Floridian Hotel Sunday evening. March 10th, when a number of stars now showing in local night clubs will attend and entertain the audience. • • • Mrs. L. Lehrer, wife of Rabbi Lehrer of Asheville, N. C, is spending some time in Miami Beach. Mr. a-, i Mrs. Harris Melcher anagemeni ter, Miss Lillian Melcher, to %  1., t ine f Phila i Miami. nd friei • .. .. th< %  Mia ni B a h. A | an S nata Pai by Miss \ i 1 Miss M tful %  ..... .Miss "R Mis hairmai lowii < %  i. • • %  \ %  ting of 1 be held Mon I %  ;• •..rch 4. at h m< :' Mrs. M. K :kin. Mrs. Louis Hei%  a book of her own selection. The current event Mrs. Harry 0'.:; Mrs. Da • S view the life of a great Jewish personality. I A eial -r will follow. Mr and Mrs. Dave Kahn of N. J.. arrived W A. ami. B I %  • i, | • i lox Coi -: -.." ..'-. : Mrs Ltroi 0. E. S., they • Misc! i 1 .. %  • %  %  i soloist lit; EaigP. .;V lin %  N of Beei : F. ii ':". I: will be one of the finest musical events of the season and give all an opportunity of hearing an excellent orchestra in addition to the famous violin maestro. • Mr. Tony SchloM of the Baltimore Lumber Co.. Baltimore, Md. accompanied by his son, are guests of the Blackstone Hotel, having arrived here Tuesday. They expect to remain about two months. • Announcement has been made of the appointment of the Nadelw.-iss Associates as special agents of the (iulf Life Insurance Company, with Henry S. Nadelwei-s well known New York insurance underwriter, the underwriting manager of the agency. For a number of years he was the branch manager of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States in charge of the Bible House branch at New York City and for several years was in charge of the Union Square Agency of the Manhattan Lite Insurance Company of New York. The office of this agency will be a: io7 Shoreland Arcade, Miami and Mr. Nadelweiss will have a the insuring host of ind is B Mi -. B'nai .. B'rit .:', Will %  I Beach, they will attend a ball at the Blackstone Hotel. Committee in charge consists of Miss Bed. Goldenblank. membership chalirman; Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Miss Sylvia Ray. vis and Miss Belle Tannenbaum. • • • Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be the truest speaker Sunday evening, March 3rd, at the banquet for the installation of officers of the Jacksonville Jewish Center at Jacksonville, Fla. Rabbi Washer will return to the city earlj Monday morning. • Beth David Sisterhood is spon soring its annual Purim dinner at the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall Sunday evening, March 17th to which members of the Congregation, the Sisterhood and the general public are invited. For the Finest In Bread Try NEW YORK RYE &f V/C2I-I CniiiM, I m ii—nit %  i*> ?0r Till • P. M..— Evaetfar V* Sun.-Mon.. March .'t-l Will Rogers—Tow Brown Anita Louise—Rochelle llud-nn JUDGE PRIEST You Have Tried the Rest. Now Try the Best! SAM SCHECHTER'S OCEAN VIEW INN Ocean Drive and Second Street MIAMI BEACH Strictly Kosher Meals HUNGARIAN CUISINE-REASONABLE PRICES W All Serve Delicious Dairy Meals MUSA ISLE SEMINOI.E INDIANVILLAGE V. W. IHh A... > % %  :th ft A ?haw Flara for : :.„ Alligator Wrestling Hourly Dn.t '*i on flaa-'.r tad North en ::ih Arnot -.. lf.h Strut. Tak. an? FerHira Car or tk. Boat Maruih.a at Pior f II A M. aaa 1 P. M. 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Friday, March 1, 1986 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti IFUarudliann I LORIDA S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY fewi Tower Bldg. PUBLISHED BVKRY FRIDAY I.T tka JEWISH n.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. I'. O. %  .. 1*71 Miami, Fla. Phone 2-:,S04 21 S. W. ltU A.... KD1TORIAL OPPICI Pfc.B* I-1IU J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor PR1D K. SHOCHKT. I Irr.l.U.n M.n... CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Cnt.r.d •• Mind r ... matter Julj 4. IvM. a t •„-,• Post Office t Miami. Florida, uudar Ui. Act of March t. 1878. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Repiesentntive ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLEB Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. Mtka 0 Taar SUBSCRIPTION II.a, II.H FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1935 Vol. 8—No. 9 Service That Counts An event of importance, one that will mark an epoch in the Jewish life of a city known for its Jewish communal life, will be held on Sunday, March 3rd. at Baltimore, Md, when Peretz Tarshish will be the guest of honor at a banquet Barking forty years of continued service in the field of Jewish education. It will honor, not one who has amassed enormous wealth and because of that is paid homage as so often happens, but one who for forty years, from 1895 down to the present day, has humbly, honestly and devotedly given of himself unstintedly so that the faith of our fathers may truly be carried on as befits "the people of the Book." I can well remember in 1898 and 1899 when I. too. was prvileged to attend the Baltimore Talmud Torah. where Mr. Peretz Tarshish was one of the teachers ... I can remember the effort and time that was put in so that we might realize that ours was a heritage to esteem one recalls how the festivals were approached with a joy that cannot be deScribed because of the manner in which they were celebrated with Peretz Tarshish at the head strict, and a disciplinarian when it was necessary, yet the kindly teacher who spared no pains and effort that we might learn to love and respect our people and our own Peretz Tarshish remained at the Baltimore Talmud Torah for twenty-one years, then became the principal of the Western Talmud Torah in Baltmore, where he served with distinction for fourteen years and now for the past five years returned to his first devotion, the Baltimore Talmud Torah, the largest institution of its kind in Baltimore, which he now heads as principal. Men prominent in the commercial, professional and economic life of the United States have all received much of their training and education in matters Jewish from Peretz Tarshish and let this be said to his everlasting credit hey have all remained steadfast and true to the teachings hat he has so humbly and unostentatiously imparted. It is a pleasure, indeed, to extend, as an humble pupil of this devoted and true Jewish servant, congratulations to the Jewish community of Baltimore in having been fortunate to have such a man within its ranks and to our teacher "May God bless you and continue you in your Unsurpassed service for many years to come." Were that ewish communities throughout the country would have lore men like Peretz Tarshish, and Jewish education would ave no fears. an elaborate banquet and ceremony at the Center next Sunday evening, March 3rd. Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be the guest speaker, coming to Jacksonville especially for this affair on Sunday and returning to his home the same evening. Other speakers of prominence will attend. Officers of the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society were formally installed last Sunday night at ceremonies in the Center. Mrs. Soforenko, who was re-elected president, was presented with a silver bowl in recognition of her work, and Mrs. II. Roscnzwaig and Mrs. Sydney Blattner, retiring recording and corresponding secretaries, also received silver bowls for their faithful work. Presentations were made by Joseph Wilensky, who was toastmaster. St. Petersburg Notes Congregation B'Nai Israel will hold the first Friday night services at the new synagogue, Arlington ave. and 11th st., N. The service begins at 8 p. m., with Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld in charge. The topic of the sermon will be "What Constitutes a Holy Assembly?" Saturday morning at i) o'clock and Sunday at 10 a. m. On Sunday night there will be an artistic concert, when all the professional artists of the local radio station, WSUN, including the announcer, Mr. Carl Fritz, will render an elaborate program. The Temple Sisterhood held a well attended card party at the Temple Home for the benefit of its milk fund. In charge of the affair were the Sunshine committee, headed by Mrs. Sidney J. Brown, Miss Cassie Joel and Mrs. Henry Jacobs. Mrs. I/copold Furchgott of New York City arrived recently to be the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyerheim. Mrs. Furchgott is an honorary member of the Woman's Club of Jacksonville. .lames II. Spell man of New York, president <>f the Kohn-Furchgott Company, is a visitor in Jacksonville. Asheville, N. C. Of particular interest to local Jewry was the announcement last week of the nomination of K. \V. Eubank, local attorney and Democratic leader, as postmaster of Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. Eubank lias been an active friend of local Jewry and recently published an article in the Asheville CitizenTimes decrying anti-Semitism and discrimination aganst Jewry. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Rae Herman, recently deceased, active member of the congregation and Ladies' Auxiliary Aid Society, took place last Sunday. Rabbi Kleinfeld officiated. Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Solomon of Westerly, R. I., have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Ruth Charlotte Solomon, to .Mr. Louis Charak Adelman of Providence. R. I. The ceremony was pei'formed by Kabbi Morris Schussheim, rabbi of Temple Beth Israel, Providence, in his study. Cantor Joseph Schlossberg assisted in the service. Mrs. Adelman is well known in Tampa, having spent several winter! here as the guest of her aunt, .Mrs. Meyer II. Kisler. She is a graduate of Westerly High School and also attended Drew Seminary, t'armel, N. Y. Mr. Adelman is the sun of the late Isaac S. Adelman and Mrs. Rebecca Qrant Adelman. attended the University of Detroit and received the degree of Ph. B. at Providence College. She was extensively entertained both in Westerly and Providence, where she has a host of friends. Jewish News Around the World Bureya Reports Denied by Soviet Ambassador Washington—Soviet Ambassador Alexander Troyanovsky yesterday denied to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reports circulated abroad by an American news bureau that he had negotiated with Jewish capitalists here for the purpose of getting them to invest money in Biro-Bidjan. Kx-Pogromist Commits Suicide Out of Remorse Belgrade—Long years of brooding and remorse over his part in the Ukranian pogroms drove Major Netshaiev, a former officer in General Wrangel's army, to commit suicide here. Netshaiev left a note explaining that he could no longer bear the mental torture he suffered whenever he thought of the pogrom victims. Brazil Law to Forbid Religious Incitement Rio De Janeiro—A law prohibiting incitement of one part of the population against another and calling for confiscation of the property of newspapers which incite against religious groups was introduced in parliament. The new measure, it is hoped in Jewish circles, will end anti-Semitism in Brazil. Jews in Brazil have suffered particularly from a violent antiSemitic campaign carried on here by the Nazis among the German immigrant population. The new law, it is felt, will end Nazi incitements once and for all. Judge Grants Divorce on Basis of Jewish Law Kabbi Samuel Wrubel of Greenville, S. C. who formerly served in Texas and West Palm Beach, accepted the call to the Bikur Cholim Congregation here and assumed his duties last Fridjay night. He will lead local congregational activities. Kabbi Samuel Wrubel of the Bikur Cholim Congregation is receiving condolences on the death of his father, Rev. Israel Wrubel, at Miami Beach last week. Rev. Wrubel was a well known shoched and served the Miami Beach community recently as Mashgiach, where he was well liked and respected. Seize Sheik as Leader of Arab Terrorist Gang Jacksonville News Miss Fannie Schwartz of Nashville, Tenn., regional president of Junior Hadassah. was the guest of lonor at the Bohemian Garden r"arty given by the local chapter Junior Hadassah last Tuesday jght. She left for Miami Wcdnesy morning. Several dance numprs were given by the Riverside chool of Art. It was one of th" Iggest affairs of the current senkn. Rabbi M. D. Margolis officiated Sunday night when Miss Minnie Keba Selber became the bride of Robert Block of Norfolk, Va. The synagogue and auditorium were beautifully decorated and a reception supper followed the ceremony. Mrs. Oscar Margol was chairman and Mrs. Sam Fletcher co-chairman of the dessert bridge at the Jacksonville Jewish Center Tuesday for the benefit of the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society. Games were enjoyed and prices were awarded and refreshments were served during the evening. Jerusalem—For organizing a terrorist Arab gang against Jews, Sheik Rafin Kagib of Atiba, in the Tulkarm district, was arrested here yesterday after long investi gation in connection with rcpeattd recent attacks on Jewish colonists. Jewess Wins National Junior Foils Title Officers of the Jacksonville Jewish Center will be installed at New York—The new women's national junior champion is Miss Frances Siegel of the Waverly Fencers Club, who won the title in the competition conducted by the Fencers Club. Miss Siegel is a former captain of the New York University women's fencing team Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Smith are announcing the engagement of their only daughter, Miss Charlotte B. Smith, to Mr. Benjamin Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Friedman of Koxbury, Mass. No date has been set for the wedding, but several functions in honor of the bride have been planned for the immediate future. Mrs. Herman Bornstein gave a shower for the bride-elect Tuesday evening at her home, and the bride's cousin, Mrs. Milton Lew, also entertained with a bridge Thursday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. D. Stein. Miss Smith, a native of Boston, has lived here three years and is a graduate of the Roxbury High School. Her fiance, a native of Roxbury, is connected in business with his father in the New England Stationery Co., and will take his bride to reside there. Los Angeles — After inviting Rabbi Solomon Noches, a greatgrandson of the Wilner Gaon, to testify on the Jewish religious law involved, Judge Dudley Valentine annulled the marriage of a local Orthodox Jew to a divorced woman. The Jew had pleaded that his wife had deceived him by not informing him that she had; previously been divorced and that as a Cohen he was not permitted to wed a divorced woman. Sabbath Observance for Jewish Workers in Tripoli Rome—Orthodox Jewry gained! an important concession from Premier Mussolini when he announced that hereafter the Jewish flock workers in Tripoli, Italy's North African colony, will be permitted to observe Saturday as the Sabbath, instead of Sunday, as has been the custom hitherto. II Duce's action was a result of the intervention of Dr. Kassel Bolanez, chief rabbi of Tripoli. Mrs. Melvin Siegal of Toledo, Ohio, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ressler. Dr. Dan Ressler and Mrs. Rei ler and baby daughter, of Toledo. Ohio, have left after a visit of a few weeks with Dr. Realtor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ressler. Mrs. Trattner of New York City is visiting with her niere, Mrs. Fred Perlman of Davis Island. Charity is the greatest virtue. Our kindly deeds and our generous gifts go to heaven as messengers and plead for us before our heavenly Father. RADIO 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 "Is God Good?" There also will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box.



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Four THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN Friday, March 1, iy35 Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI II ., | ] ... \j. ••*•* Ann. SUNDAY Ml RXINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FL ORIDA No. 11 Vol. V. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1935 Have We Not All One Father? enScripture Reading, Malaehi, Chapter II. Verse 10 It a sad ntary oi preaenl this n a generation which ; les its | |tr ,$ made in the arta and that it served as B>th.,. men ^th of life s of harmony and broi 'My on and guides. •Arl Ps "b< it i still human rac< awakened t th. value of the teachiind It of Books Bu ca t h ; .-. ...;zed that I agreed mem Thus, I laj n groups • %  %  united ... Lsizing those thii ."ve in m n, and, for I lay, east, "'• -ences ii t rm, ritual, d %  -'•• %  rs, sons of the One Fathc r. W< it each the family res mblan -—the' the Creator wl %  • all % % %  rahip. and by wh Gra wi all ;>. I being. ...testant and tt athn the subject of I ** "'•:•' : %  that these gu expi --• I th< sh w, all It was tM Rev B ynt D M lUnt minister, wh said, "I cam not f rget thai hist ri ally the R man rish faith is the tn ther f u Yet, ire distinctly .T. •.% ish in spress f %  "' ight the statement •..• t : Pay talks I ragg it that any 5 pa ilar dei nation. We a .%  •that, outside of selection and ..... % %  : I hilan. %  • %  %  % %  — P* '•' "" especi our religiou T rious forms, ,-. | for salvati i W< tans, i I all se in Psalms. rhii is Lord; 1 is shall • '-' %  r.s. levites ei :er,' fr m we infer tha rights or privile, because we happen to enter i to the Supreme Maker of us all. than all that: it means that we are going fpur, .-. that !" .^"** !" ... we v.,11 be anxu to .-; %  ; rill make for awe. f mind. I cannot pos.bl> | h :. a arrive a: your i convictions. *• %  I h w i ... •. ther only o.Nfc wno .... ,uently the. ndgment over ui all in these Asks Jerusalem to Defer Talkon Shop Closings :..;. m wl fht to sit '%  "How come F r you are i "Let him build." said the M % %  •• %  •It will nev< tilt but thti S With whom he had been ii strife. Let us %  • nstead striving f life. tars of his neighbor. As I ..-. matters 11 ait as h • mers act. I was .. it I say ise f or or against ; aga st than sinn ng. But ,: -, r .... lay, "Ther .that's th Jew :' it Shifting the .-• Bu:. w ; .. t pause for a moment an: to reveiew the with me. It :; nly natural, ... ., .to much persecution, sii wn that malads) longest i I have a better understanding of U sympt mi and f tb %  are. And, we turn to that volume i is held saci I y us all, for a prescription. We ask. "Have we Are we n I all br thersl Why is there intol" %  I arr. sincesre, in earnest, when I -: to write me, to inform me, what there is about Jewish teachings that : %  u believe makes the Jew an object of sc rn, an undes ate. a faulty employee, an obnoxious neighbor? Mind you. I say about "Jewish teach-, ings," not at ut wh m : %  a have in mind. Only if you] have made a study of Judaism ar-; y u just i ill ffering sriti The same r.. good for the Jews who attempt to find fault v ..-.. ... i Ign ranee ii at the foundation of, ;• nly o •-.. :..-:-.-•-f ignorance that you seem to| find a %  -''"rledge and und ratai lb a ;; revealed to ea ther as I I r thf rs. I t hat Pan dlahan has rightly summed up I th Br therhc that 1 -"' F %  %  %  • % %  • t '%  re hold itor, make them a eolorless, %  %  %  I -': lumptdon it you a %  : uni when %  s going to deprive one another :' 12*, S W The Best EM.HTH ST PHONE 2-7529 in Groceries. Huu. Fruiu and Vegetables Hamlyn Mattress Company MATTRESSES BOX SPRINGS PILLOWS BOAT CUSHIONS Renovating and Manufacturing "PERSONAL SERVICE" Upholstering and Refinishing Fnrniture of All Kinds Studio Couches Phone 2-4856 1158 N. Miami Ave. Jerusalem — The municipa" iletn was requested tod;,., by the High Commissioner of I tine to postpone its discussion on the question of closing the rei in the city on Saturday. Jerusalem, being a city v. : population of Mosli n wt • | Christ ans, will pri | be able to enforce the on the Sabbath in •. c,< the fact that the Christian ps I on Sunday and M rve Friday. At All iiOoA Slore. Ask fr NBW YORK BREAD ^iinniuiiinniimiiii IIUllMIMIitlifir -7t>AVbNU£ Ski nf(it. Opiu auatmj i.tl P. M. AdalU 20c—Childrea ltc Sun.-.Mon., March 3-1 Franchot Tone Madeleine Carroll THE WORLD MOVES ON /Jal\ 30 Ut 1st. St it*yloil.'> it F-riMt Sho Stor" HOME SERVICE ROBBINS ROOFING SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 S. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3708 AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pre*. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 Miami, Fla. WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE EAT AT Begal's Kosher Restaurant 567 LAURA ST. (Opposite Cohen Bros. Dert. Store) OPEN ALL HOURS SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUP PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daihr If It i = -• • -' w. bar* (t at Ita Trr kwt. aad at attrartlTU v' •' ~'.hn4 f kaadllar aad leltiBf S M Food U ta oh'. • •• aaaiUry raUa aad rt ( i IUOU •OMB AND OKLV OKI" # DR.BRQWNS BOKIMI and Uutribuird Locally by TRY-ME Soda & Bottling Co. ISSS N. Mum: AM. Phone 1-72:1 Whit* Onh Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 5e Atlantic Sho Shop i4 N. B. nm Avaaas Opp. Cortes Hotel



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Iday, March 1, 1935 ItTY Bam Schechter of Long Beach. made a host of friends here ling his association with the ^rida Hotel some years ago, is operating the Ocean View Inn [Miami Beach, where restaurant vice is being specialized in. ictly kosher meals, breakfast ier and supper are served daily. patrons are given the choice of ry or meat foods at reasonable ces. Ir. and Mrs. I. Adler and famare spending the winter here are at 935 Pennsylvania ave., imi Beach. • • The estate of Kmden N. Herzog 592 Navarre ave., Coral Gables who died on February 18, was left in 'trust to his widow, Mrs. Ethel Janet Herzog, the will, filed in probate court, shows. Mrs. Herzog and Alan George Her/.on, New York City, brother ^Mr. Herzog, were named as extors and trustees by Judge W. ink Blanton. The value of the te has not been determined. |eside Mrs. Herzog, Mr. Herzog a son, Kmden M. Herzog, age [months. The estate is repreed by Attorney Joseph WeinBb. • • JoM'ph W'eintraub, attorney, was nnl by Judge \V. Frank Blanin probate court as administrator of the estate of his mother Mrs. Anne W'eintraub, who died OH January 7. Mrs. W'eintraub rested al 528 Navarre ave, Coral Gables. She left five daughters and three suns. There is no will. A preliminary estimate indicate! Mrs. W'eintraub owned real estate ralucd at $(i,000 and personal property valued at §1,500. • Mr. .Morris Shapiro of Jacksonville, Fla., is the house guest of %  •daughter and son-in-law, .Mr -Mrs. Morris Pepper of this THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Fire The membership campaign and | fund raising drive of the Jewish j Welfare Bureau is still in prog-1 ress, with all teams still canvass-: ing the city and no complete re-! ports having been presented. The campaign is expected to close the. latter part of next week, wheni full details will be announced and a complete list of all donors will be published in the Jewish F!oridian. Because of the demand made by the pleased worshippers, the 13year-old Cantor Menashe'le, who chanted! the services at Beth Ja-! cob Congregation last week, will again chant the services tonight and tomorrow at Beth Jacob Congregation. Sunday morning, March 24th, the Beth David Sisterhood will be hosts to the children of the Talmudl Torah and Sunday school at a Purim party in the Talmud Torah Hall. efreshments will be served by the organization. With the coming of Dan Oswald's famous "Officer" dogs there is a mad scramble for championship honors at the West Flagler Kennel Club. Fans who have watched the great Red Whisk trim all opposition during the first half of the meeting have seen the My Laddie pup beaten in his last three starts, the last two by a pair of Oswald's champions. Oswald always has raced successfully at Biscayne and his presence at West Flagler has brought many of his friends to the downtown track. Just now Police Court serins to be the outstanding racer in the Californian's kennel, but not far behind are Office Dancer Court House and Miss Traffic Court. Smoky Officer, rated as the fastest dog in the bunch, was unsuccessful in his first West Flagler start, but is expected to hit his real form before the nicotine; closes. Cool weather has caused a drop in attendance, but the fans who braved the chilly blasts have been treated to fine racing. Bill Rice, racing secretary! has the do E s ex pertly classified and has been Bellevue Hotel Dining Room 407 N. E. 17th Terrace Now Operated by MISS KAY (Formerly of the Robert Clay Hotel Dining Room) FAMOUS FOR FINE FOODS Prepared by the Famous Southern Chef "ROSA BROWN Featuring the Finest Club Steak in Miami—Delicious Southern Fried Chicken and Rosa's Famous Clover Leaf Rolls : We Cater—Banquets, Dinner Parties or Business Luncheons \k Second Cup of Delicious La Touraine Coffee Made in Glass Urns Fruit Juice FREE With Breakfast We Serve From 7:30 A. M. to 8 P. M. bringing them down in many close and exciting finishes. With warmer weather it is expected that attendance records will be broken (during the final nights of the meeting, which closes on April 1 • • Many notables in Jewish life from all parts of the country are seen claily at Kraemer's strictly kosher restaurant, Miami Beach Open for a comparatively short time, it has become the meeting place for Jews coming from all parts of the country. It is the largest kosher restaurant in this area. Dr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman of Roanoke, Va., niece and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman who spent their honeymoon in Miami, left for their home last Tuesday. Elimination contests are being held at the Biscayne Fronton to determine jai-alai champions from among the finest players of countries from all parts of the globe and will be resumed tonight. Some of the finest exhibitions of skill and knowledge of the world's fastest and most hazardous game have been displayed in the past several weeks with the arrival of champions of jai-alai such as Echevaria, Kiki, Minna, Goyo and the rest' of the star aggregation of players. It affords one an opportunity of seeing courage and ability exhibited seldom in any other athletic contests. The mutuels have been paying splendid prices, and long shots have come in from time to time. "The Greatest Institution of Laundering and Dry Cleaning; in the South" ', IAMI LAUNDRY SMART HATS Need Not Be Expensive


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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 1, 195 the cast Include! Reginald Denny, Siegfried Rumann, Louise Dresser, Raul Roulien, I.umsden Hare, Dudley Digges, Jose Mojica, Frank Will Rogera plays his first motion picture scene as a judge and his first as a lawyer in "Judge Priest," coming next Sunday to, the Tivoli Theatre. Deposed from the bench by the prosecuting attorney in a case because his nephew is defense attorney, Rogers Melton. Brenda Fowler. Russell Simpson. Walter McGrail, Marcelle Corday, Charles Bastin, BarryNorton. George Irving. Ferdinand Schumann-Heink, Georgette Rhodes, Halliwell Hobbes, Ivan Simpson. Frank Moran and Stepin Fetchit. the side he believes right, to scomf ture of hia opponents. Tom Brown. Anita Louise. David Landau, Rochelle Hudson. Stepin :. Charley Grapewin, Henry 1!. Walthall, Roger Imhof and i Melton are among the supp I"• g I laj 1 rs. With a p werful story of epic sweep, one of the strongest casts assembled in many moons and directed by one of Hollywood's aces. "The World Moves On" comes to the Seventh Avenue Theatre on iy, heralded as "the love story of a century." Headed by the glamorous MadeI) n< Carroll and Franchot Tone, Rabbi Mayer Freed, who spent several weeks in the Greater Miami area in the interests %  I the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and the Vesli \.i College, left last week to complete a tour of Florida for the -' tul • his way back to NewYork. • • Dr. Abraham Wolfson of NewYork, noted author and lecturer. will give the fourth and final of a aeriea of talks on "Benedict SpiHis Life and Philosophy," at 1028 Collins ave., Miami Beach Monday evening. March 4th. at S o'clock, to which the public is inited. •THE AGENCY OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP" I .-m, la and HT ,-h., Witt I 1 ,l 1 Sfca* YM U h> \ ,. u Should GULF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Yw can ...ur, raarartf ,.f f,„d lacaaM b> our UWral Amt'a vnirarl. paTlaa firI .far and rrnraal mmiuiom Join our f.mii. curl* and *rn hilc >ou learn. N A DEL WEISS ASSOCIATES RK.VR1 8. NADBLWBI8S. t nd.r-r,im Maaacai T*l. I 107 Shoreland Arcade MIAMI. FLORIDA West Palm Beach Notes One of the most outstanding affairs of recent years in the Palm Beaches was the cocktail partygiven for the benefit of Temple Bth Fl at the Patio last Sunday night at Palm Beach. Sponsored for the purpose of raising funds for the erection of a Talmud Torah and Sunday school building adjoining the congregation, a large number of residents and tourists attended and helped realize a substantial amount, which will aid in the early erection of the structure. Mr. Sam Seller was general chairman of the event and was ablyassisted by Rev. Dr. Simon Cohen of Brooklyn, Judge Joseph Speiser of New York. Mrs. George Latz of Fort Wayne, End., Lyon M. Cohen of Montreal, Mr. Herman Gold Rabbi Isser W. Muskat anil Mesdames Sam Scher, Abe Dobrow the Misses Ann Brody, Rosebelle Scher. Ruth Glasser and Jack Case. Book Review "The Decay of Czarism," published February 6th by the Jewish Publication Society, describes in detail the trial of Mendel Beiliaa in the Russian courts curing the last years of the Czarist regime. Beiliss was accused of ritual murder and the trial resulted in his complete vindication. The case of William Tobias vs. the Canadian Nationalists, a newspaiH-r which carried a story under the heading, "The Murdering Jews -Jewish Ritual," in which they attribute ritual murder to Jews for the celebration of Purim, which is now being tried in Winnipeg, Canada, makes the subject of this book particularly timely. The book is illustrated with photostatic reproductions of official communications, which corroborate an amazing story of conspiracy and racial hatred. The author is a jurist of high competence, a publicist and an author of well known Russi, works on criminal law. In 19]following the Russian Februa revolution, he served as the leg adviser of the special commissio formed by the Kerensky govert, ment for investigating the affair of the czaristic ministers. We sir, cerely recommend this book, pj_. ticularly at this time, as aiding | an understanding of anti claims, and of facts that every J p should know. "Did you give our daughter thi copy of 'What Every Girl Shou. Know'?" asked Dod. "Yes," replied Mother despond ently, "and she's writing a lettr to the author auggesting a coupk of dozen corrections and the addition of two new chapters."' Jerusalem—More than 4,000 Jet ish immigrants entered Palestin during the month of January, 193j according to the provisional fir ures issued by the immigration di partment of the Jewish Agency. Since the assumption of the pulpit of Temple Beth El by Rabb ; Muskat. much activity has been shown in the local Jewish community life. Two synagogues are nowbeing conducted, one at West Palm | Beach and one for the winter season ?t Palm Beach, a daily Talmud Torah and a well attended Sundayschool of the Temple Beth F.l are 1 directed by the Rabbi. Recently a Junior Hadassah was organized through the aid and assistance of the Rabbi, who is an ardent Zionist. GOING NORTH? Stop at GOLDEN IN N Only Jewish Tourist Home in SAVANNAH 610 W. 37th St. I". S. Route 17 FREE GARAGE Mrs. E. Greenberg, Hostess DINE AT Kraemer's Kosher Restaurant 361 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Where Strict Kashrus and Reasonable Prices Go Hand in Hand SPECIAL FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MENU Fruit Cocktail Half Grapefruit Dill Pickles and Tomatoes Radishes and Olives Celery Gefillte Whitefish and Yellow Pike Noodle and Mandlen Soup Roast or Boiled Spring Chicken Farfel Tzimmes Rhubarb Sauce Cole Slaw Heart of Lettuce Thousand Island Dressing ^trudel Sponge Cake Mondel Bread Tea Iced Tea Demi-Tasse 77/ fcfc e Bright Spot" of m AUTO SHOW IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION MORRIS PLAN LOANS an n >w ava I tor HOME IMPROVEMENTS Owner* of home* or business property who wish to make improvements, alterations or repairs are invited to consult us about this new Morris Plan Sen ice. Loans, under the terms of the National Housing Act. are in amounts of S100 to $2,000, and can be repaid in convenient weekly or monthly installments. Horn's Plan I. Any Other Purpose Can Be S %  C -S gmat ures or Collateral THE MORRIS PLAN COMPANY MORRIS • PLAN OF MIAMI Vincent R. Brice. Manager 46 W. Flakier Street. Miami 5tVFd> Exclusive World's Fair Exhibits" CINDERELLA BALLROOM MAIN FLOOR BALCONY


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wJewisti IFIoiriidliiai in
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 8 No. y
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1935
Price Five Gents
Announcements B'I!fa1i1B'rith to.
-- Hold Convention
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
1*7 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Tonight at 8:15 o'clock Dr. Ja-
cob H. Kaplan will deliver the
third lecture of his series on Jew-
ish History. His subject will be trict will conic from the District
The 5!lth annual convention of
Lodges of District Grand Lodge
No. 5 of B'nai B'rith will be held
en March 10th and 11th at At-
lanta, Ga., with headquarters at
the Ansley Hotel. Representa-
tives of the 21 lodges of the dis-
"The Age of Adolescence
Joshua to Samuel."
Prom of Columbia, Maryland, Georgia,
Virginia, North Carolina, South
Saturday morning services begin Carolina and Florida. More than
at 11 o'clock and are held in Kap- one hundred delegates will be ac-
lan Hall. Dr. Kaplan's subjecl companied by several hundred
for his Saturday morning sermon- members, according to advices re-
cite is "Moses (lathered the F.n- reived by Hyman S. Jacobs of At-
tire Congregation." The follow- lanta, who is general chairman of
ing members of the confirmation the convention.
class will take part in the serv- Sunday evening, the opening day
ices: Robert Sprint/., Irene Slann 0f the convention, Dr. Abraham
and Maurice Weintraub.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
119 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The regular late Friday evening
services begin at 8:15, when the
Rabbi will preach on "The Status
of World Jewry." Cantor Nathan .
Wroobel, aided by the Beth David' palm Beach will send delegates,
Leon Schar, director of Hillel
Foundation, will deliver the main
address of the convention. Rabbi
David Marx, Dr. Leon Banov, Rabbi
Harry H. Epstein and other noted
speakers will address the conven-
tion during its sessions. An elab-
orate banquet will close the con-
vention on Monday night at the
Standard Club. From Florida,
Jacksonville, Orlando and West
Choir, will chant the services and
lead the congregational singiag.
Saturday morning services begin at
8:30. Junior Congregation meets
at 10:30 a. m. The Bar Mitzva
Boys' Club meets for services, fol-
lowed by breakfast, at 8 a. m.
Sunday.
CONGSEGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
Sll Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
The usual early services beg n
at 5:30, with the late services at
8:15, when the Rabbi will prcaci
on "The Meaning of True Free-
dom." Saturday morning the
Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on
the portion of the week. All serv-
ices Friday night and Saturday
morning will be chanted by the
13-year-old <-antor, Menashe'le:
who was retained because of the
request of many worshipers Min-
cha services begin at 4 p. m. and
are followed by the Chevra Thilim,
Shalosh Saudah and Maanv.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 8. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
with none attending from Miami.
The officers and members of
the District Grand Lodge, No. 5,
executive committee, are Dr. Leon
Banov, Charleston, S. C, presi-
dent; A. Shefferman, Washington,
D. C, first vice-president; Hyman
Jacobs, Atlanta, Ga., second vice-
president; William Goodhart, Bal-
timore, Md., treasurer; Edwin L.
Levy, Richmond, Vt., secretary;
H. A. Alexander, Atlanta, Ga.,
Constitution Grand todge Repre-
senative; Sidney Stern, Greens-
boro, N. C, committeeman from
North Carolina; L. J. Levitas, At-
lanta, Ga., committeeman from
Georgia; David Davis, Jackson-
ville, Fla., committeeman from
Florida; and Joseph Fromberg,
Charleston, S. C, committeeman
from South Carolina.
State Conference
To Be Held Here
A meeting of the executive board
of the Florida Conference of Or-
thodox and Conservative Rabbis and
Laymen will convene for a two-
day session in Miami Sunday aft-
ernoon, March 8rd, at the call of
Mr. B. J. Cohen, president of the
lay division, and Rabbi Adblph
Burger, president of the rabbinicil
The regular early services begin (livLsion. Matters concerning leg-
Noted Stars to
Aid Charity
Eddie Garr, international star,
now appearing at Beautiful Deau-
ville, has joined the long list of
stars to appear at the "Night of
Stars" benefit performance at th<-
Biscayne Plata Theatre in Miami
Beach, next Wednesday night.
March i>, for the Jewish Welfare
Bureau. Mr, Garr is considered
the foremost mimic on the Amer-
ican stage, and has been featured
in such well known productions as
"Strike Me Pink," "Thumbs Up,"
and comes to the Deauville direct
from the Central Park Casino in
New York City.
Sophie Tucker, chairman of the
entertainment committee, an-
nounces that she has secured the
co-operation of nearly every sup-
per club in the Metropolitan Miami
section. The transportation com
mittee has arranged to take the
talent to the theatre and return
them to their respective clubs in
time for the regular floor shows.
Among those to appear will be
Miss Tucker herself, Earl Carroll,
Vincent Lopez, Jack Waldron, Ben
Blue, Frances Faye, B. B. B., Ve-
loz and! Yolanda, The Yacht Club
Boys and many others.
R, R. Adler, who heads the ticket
committee, gave a luncheon Wed-
nesday at the Blackstone Hotel for
members of his ticket selling
group. The meeting was attended
by Mrs. Bertha Levy, Mrs. Hyman
Stern, Mrs. Herbert Metzger, Mrs
R, II. Mile, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs.
Gussye Cohen, B. B. B., Mr. Harry
A. Zenn and Mr. Adler. A check-
up of the sales revealed that the
house is over half sold out, with
many reservations coming in daily
Those who wish to attend this mon-
ster performance may secure their
tickets at the box office or at
leading hotels. Mr. Adler urges
prompt action in the securing of
tickets, as the house is expected to
sell out long before the night per-
formance.
Charleston Judge
In Washington
Charleston, S. C.Joseph From-
berg, one of the South's outstand-
ing jurists, has been named spe-
cial assistant to the United States
attorney general. A recorder of
the police court for the past three
years, Judge Fromberg will as-
sume his duties in Washington
this month.
The new special assistant to the
attorney general was born in Au-
gusta, Ga., May 27, 1890. He re-
ceived most of his grammar and
high school education in Sumter.
He is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of South Carolina, class of
1810, where he obtained his I.L. B.
degree. In July, 1911, he was ad-
mitted to practice in the U. S.
district court of South Carolina.
In November, 1929, he was admit-
ted to practice in the U. S. su-
preme rourt.
Judge Fromberg was elected in
1929. at Atlanta, as president of
Distrit Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai
B'rith, having jurisdition of lodges
in the territory from Maryland
south to and inluding Florida, and
was re-eleted to the same office at
Baltimore, Md., in 1930. He was
one of the principal speakers at
the B'nai B'rith Conference in
Miami last year.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Greek Nazi Tieup
SalonicaThe Nazi organization
EKE maintains the most friendly
relations with the Nazi Propagan-
da Ministry in Berlin, it was
openly admitted! here by leaders
of the anti-Semitic group to a Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency corre-
spondent.
The Nazi leaders boasted they
receive their instructions from Dr.
Goebbels' office by regular mail
and that special instructions are
sent them by courier from Berlin.
at 6:30, with the late services at
8:30, when the Rabbi will prevh
on "Beautiful Ideals anl B.utal
Facts." The usual congregational
singing and chanting will be en-
joyed. Saturday morning set vices
begin at 9 o'clock. Minchi serv-
ices at 5 p. m., with the Shalosh
Saudah and Maariv following.
Services are held daily at 8 a. m.
Beth David to
Hold Annual Ball
The nineteenth annual Purim
Ball of Beth David Sisterhood will
be held at the Frolics Sunday
evening, March 3rd, with a pro-
gram of unusual entertainment, in
islation to be presented to the
Florida legislature will be dis-
cussed, as will matters of Kash-
rus, education and other matters
affecting Florida Jewry.
addition to the regular floor show.
In charge of arrangements is a
committee headed by Mrs. Sol Rot-
fort as general chairman. Assist-
ing her are Mesdames L. J. Hartz,
William Robinson, Ed Friedman,
J. Engler, Harry Oliphant, G Gins-
burg and Morris Pepper. All
friends of Beth David are urged
to buy their tickets from members
of the committee, as otherwise the
organization will not profit. Pro-
ceeds of this affair will be used
for the Talmud Torah Fund of the
organization.
Ladies Plan
Purim Dance
A regular meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation, held
last Tuesday night, announced
plans for the fourth annual Purim
Ball of the organization. The af-
fair, which will be one of the most
outstanding events of the current
season will be held on Purim
night, Tuesday, March 19th, at the
Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. In.
addition to the dancing, other en-i
tertainment will be presented dur-
ing the evening. In charge of ar-
rangements are Mesdames T. Kot-
kin and Milton Weiner, co-chair-.
men; Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Mrs.
Harry Shulman in charge of tick-
ets; Mrs. M. Pallott, Mrs. P. Ber-
kowitz, Mrs. Max Rappaport, Mrs.
Julius Washer and Mrs. N. Adel-
man on the general committee. A |
committee representing the con-i
gregation will assist. Messrs. E.'
Albert Pallott, Nat Blumberg, P.!
Berkowitz, N. Adclman, Max Rap-
paport, Max Mintzer and H. M.
Drevich will serve on this com-
mittee. Proceeds of this ball will
be devoted to the work of the Tal-
mud Torah supported by the organ-
ization.
Newspaper Course
Opens at Stetson
De LandEstablishment of a
school of journalism at Stetson
University and appointment of
Platus Iberius Lipsey, jr., for
many years on the Associated
Press domestic and foreign staff,
as director, have been announced
by President W. S. Allen of the
university. F#om 1929 to 1933
Lipsey was chief of the Associated
Press bureau at Geneva, Switzer-
land, and for two years prior to
that was on the staff of the Lon-
don bureau. Before going abroad,
Lipsey served in the Associated
Press bureaus in Memphis, Tenn.;
Atlanta, Richmond. Va., and Co-
lumbia, S. C.
Final Symposium
To Be Held Soon
The fourth in the series of sym-
posiums to awaken an interest in
Jewish cultural affairs will be
held at Beth David Congregation
on Tuesday evening, March 12th
when "Anti-Semitism, Its Causes
and Effects" will be discussed Dy
the Rabbis of Greater Miami. The
series of symposiums are being
held under the auspices of Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel
Rabbi Samuel M. Machtei of the
Radio Synagog, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Beth David, Rabbi David I
_/Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob and
Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
There are no charges or collections
of any kind mad|e at these meet-
ings.
These symposiums have at-
tracted large audiences in the past
several months. In addition to
the lectures, a musical program
is always presented.
Agriculturalist to Study Palestine
Development
JerusalemFrank Stockdale, ag-
ricultural adviser of the British
colonial office, is coming to Pales-
tne at the request of the govern-
ment, it was announced here, in
order to inspect the agricultural
development of the country.
It is expected that he will be
asked to make a report that may
involve further government aid to
a program of intensifying Pales-
tine's agricultural growth.
New YorkA quota of $50,000
to be collected in the next few
weeks for the relief of Polish Jew-
ry, was decided] upon at a meet-
ing of the committee of 100 chosen
to direct Polish Jewish relief
work.
Rumanian Peasant Party Defeats
Anti-Semitic Move
Bucharest Alexander Vaida-
Voevod, former premier, ex-min-
ister of the interior and well known
anti-Semite, suffered a major po-
litical setback when a general
party meeting of the National
Peasants Party voted down his at-
tempt to add an anti-Jewish plank
to the party's platform.
Vaida-Voevod, who was premier
during the pogroms of 1930, de-
manded the introduction of the
numerous clausus in all secondary
and higher institutions of learn-
ing as well as in the legal and
medical professions.
Nazi First to Debark From
Steamer Tel Aviv
JerusalemThe first passengei
to land in Palestine from the first
Jewish owned steamer, the Tel
Aviv, which entered a Palestine
port for the first time recently
bearing the first blue-white Jewish
flag, was a Nazi correspondent
sent to Palestine by the Voelkisch-
er Beobachter, Hit' .'s official or-
gan.
The name of Uie correspondent
is Dr. Martini. He was previous-
ly connected with the Deutsche All-
gemeine Zeitung, one of the lead-
ing Berlin dailies, which suspend-
ed publication recently.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 1, 1935
Col. 0. Falk, prominent com-
munal leader and department
store owner of Tampa, Fla., .-pint
several daya in Miami attending
a conference of business leaden
regarding the sales tax legisla-
tion now being discussed.

The marriage of Mrs. Sarah B.
Potts to Norman Levin took place
lasl Sunday afternoon at the resi-
dence of Cantor Louis Hayman.
The ceremony was performed by
Cantor Louis Hayman and was
followed by a reception. Among
the out-of-town quests were two
brothers of the bride, and their
wives: Mr. and Mrs, Harry F.
Rothman of Englewood, N. ,1., and
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Rothman of
Atlantic City. N. .1. Both bride
ami groom are residents of Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman and
son. Charles, of l'aterson. N. J.,
are guests at the Strath Haven
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Miss May Arons of Brooklyn, X.
Y.. is the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Kahn of this city.
>
Mrs. .1. M. Lyons of Hajrers-
town, Md.i is visiting her Mster
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Adelman of this city. Also
visiting the Adelmans are their
niece, Miss Edith Myers of Ha-
wn.
*
The annual Donor's Luncheon,
sponsored by Senior Hadassah, to
have been held this week, has been
postponed and will be held at the
Blackstone Hotel on Tuesday noon,
March 12th. with Mrs. Barney
WVinkfle in charge of arrange-
m< nts.
-
Brotherhood L>ay, which was ob-
served in more than six hundred
communities throughout the coun-
try, was observed in Miami with
al sermons Friday nipht and
address, s over WIOD Radio Syna-
gog services, when Judge David
.1. Heffernan, representing Catho-
BURDENE'S JEWISH SECTION
Moved to the Fourth Floor
Bagatelle WILL
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There's many a hilarious evening in
store, when bagatelle's on the program
. and it's only one of hundreds of
urov\n-up games for rumpus-raisin' at
Hurdine's.
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lies, amk A J. Reynolds, president
of the V. M. (". A., representing
Protestants, joined Rabbi Machtei
in addresses on "Brotherhood."
Mayor K. G. Sewell, in recogni-
tion of the day, issued a proclama-
tion urging general observance of
the day.

More than one hundred and twen-
ty-five guests attended the Dutch
supper sponsored by the Ladies'
Auriliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation last Sunday
night at the V. M. H. A. club
rooms. A goodjy sum was realized
for the Talmud Torah fund of the
organization.

Beth Jacob Sisterhood is plan-
ning a gala evening of entertain-
ment at its annual dance, which
will be held at the Floridian Hotel
Sunday evening. March 10th, when
a number of stars now showing in
local night clubs will attend and
entertain the audience.

Mrs. L. Lehrer, wife of Rabbi
Lehrer of Asheville, N. C, is
spending some time in Miami
Beach.
Mr. a-, i Mrs. Harris Melcher an-
agemeni
ter, Miss Lillian Melcher, to
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selection. The current event
Mrs. Harry 0'.:;
Mrs. Da S view the
life of a great Jewish personality. I
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Mr and Mrs. Dave Kahn of
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events of the season and give all
an opportunity of hearing an ex-
cellent orchestra in addition to the
famous violin maestro.
* *
Mr. Tony SchloM of the Balti-
more Lumber Co.. Baltimore, Md.
accompanied by his son, are guests
of the Blackstone Hotel, having ar-
rived here Tuesday. They expect
to remain about two months.
*
Announcement has been made
of the appointment of the Nadel-
w.-iss Associates as special agents
of the (iulf Life Insurance Com-
pany, with Henry S. Nadelwei-s
well known New York insurance
underwriter, the underwriting man-
ager of the agency. For a num-
ber of years he was the branch
manager of the Equitable Life As-
surance Society of the United
States in charge of the Bible
House branch at New York City
and for several years was in
charge of the Union Square
Agency of the Manhattan Lite In-
surance Company of New York.
The office of this agency will be
a: io7 Shoreland Arcade, Miami
and Mr. Nadelweiss will have a
the insuring
host of
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they will attend a ball at the
Blackstone Hotel. Committee in
charge consists of Miss Bed. Gol-
denblank. membership chalirman;
Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Miss Sylvia Ray.
vis and Miss Belle Tannenbaum.

Rabbi Julius Washer of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will be the truest speaker Sun-
day evening, March 3rd, at the
banquet for the installation of of-
ficers of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center at Jacksonville, Fla. Rabbi
Washer will return to the city earlj
Monday morning.

Beth David Sisterhood is spon
soring its annual Purim dinner at
the Beth David Talmud Torah
Hall Sunday evening, March 17th
to which members of the Congre-
gation, the Sisterhood and the gen-
eral public are invited.
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Vol. 8No. 9
Service That Counts
An event of importance, one that will mark an epoch in
the Jewish life of a city known for its Jewish communal
life, will be held on Sunday, March 3rd. at Baltimore, Md,
when Peretz Tarshish will be the guest of honor at a banquet
Barking forty years of continued service in the field of Jew-
ish education.
It will honor, not one who has amassed enormous
wealth and because of that is paid homage as so often hap-
pens, but one who for forty years, from 1895 down to the
present day, has humbly, honestly and devotedly given of
himself unstintedly so that the faith of our fathers may
truly be carried on as befits "the people of the Book."
I can well remember in 1898 and 1899 when I. too. was
prvileged to attend the Baltimore Talmud Torah. where Mr.
Peretz Tarshish was one of the teachers ... I can remember
the effort and time that was put in so that we might realize
that ours was a heritage to esteem one recalls how the
festivals were approached with a joy that cannot be de-
Scribed because of the manner in which they were celebrated
with Peretz Tarshish at the head strict, and a disciplina-
rian when it was necessary, yet the kindly teacher who spared
no pains and effort that we might learn to love and respect
our people and our own .
Peretz Tarshish remained at the Baltimore Talmud
Torah for twenty-one years, then became the principal of
the Western Talmud Torah in Baltmore, where he served
with distinction for fourteen years and now for the past
five years returned to his first devotion, the Baltimore Tal-
mud Torah, the largest institution of its kind in Baltimore,
which he now heads as principal.
Men prominent in the commercial, professional and eco-
nomic life of the United States have all received much of
their training and education in matters Jewish from Peretz
Tarshish and let this be said to his everlasting credit .
hey have all remained steadfast and true to the teachings
hat he has so humbly and unostentatiously imparted.
It is a pleasure, indeed, to extend, as an humble pupil of
this devoted and true Jewish servant, congratulations to
the Jewish community of Baltimore in having been fortu-
nate to have such a man within its ranks and to our
teacher "May God bless you and continue you in your
Unsurpassed service for many years to come." Were that
ewish communities throughout the country would have
lore men like Peretz Tarshish, and Jewish education would
ave no fears.
an elaborate banquet and cere-
mony at the Center next Sunday
evening, March 3rd. Rabbi Julius
Washer of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be the
guest speaker, coming to Jackson-
ville especially for this affair on
Sunday and returning to his home
the same evening. Other speak-
ers of prominence will attend.
Officers of the Ladies' Hebrew
Sheltering Aid Society were for-
mally installed last Sunday night
at ceremonies in the Center. Mrs.
Soforenko, who was re-elected
president, was presented with a
silver bowl in recognition of her
work, and Mrs. II. Roscnzwaig and
Mrs. Sydney Blattner, retiring re-
cording and corresponding secre-
taries, also received silver bowls
for their faithful work. Presen-
tations were made by Joseph Wil-
ensky, who was toastmaster.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Congregation B'Nai Israel will
hold the first Friday night services
at the new synagogue, Arlington
ave. and 11th st., N. The service
begins at 8 p. m., with Rabbi A. S.
Kleinfeld in charge. The topic of
the sermon will be "What Consti-
tutes a Holy Assembly?" Satur-
day morning at i) o'clock and Sun-
day at 10 a. m. On Sunday night
there will be an artistic concert,
when all the professional artists
of the local radio station, WSUN,
including the announcer, Mr. Carl
Fritz, will render an elaborate pro-
gram.
The Temple Sisterhood held a
well attended card party at the
Temple Home for the benefit of its
milk fund. In charge of the affair
were the Sunshine committee, head-
ed by Mrs. Sidney J. Brown, Miss
Cassie Joel and Mrs. Henry Ja-
cobs.
Mrs. I/copold Furchgott of New
York City arrived recently to be
the guest of her brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mey-
erheim. Mrs. Furchgott is an hon-
orary member of the Woman's Club
of Jacksonville.
.lames II. Spell man of New York,
president <>f the Kohn-Furchgott
Company, is a visitor in Jackson-
ville.
Asheville, N. C.
Of particular interest to local
Jewry was the announcement last
week of the nomination of K. \V.
Eubank, local attorney and Demo-
cratic leader, as postmaster of
Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. Eubank
lias been an active friend of local
Jewry and recently published an
article in the Asheville Citizen-
Times decrying anti-Semitism and
discrimination aganst Jewry.
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of Rae Herman, re-
cently deceased, active member of
the congregation and Ladies' Aux-
iliary Aid Society, took place last
Sunday. Rabbi Kleinfeld offi-
ciated.
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Solomon of
Westerly, R. I., have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Ruth Charlotte Solomon, to
.Mr. Louis Charak Adelman of
Providence. R. I. The ceremony
was pei'formed by Kabbi Morris
Schussheim, rabbi of Temple Beth
Israel, Providence, in his study.
Cantor Joseph Schlossberg assist-
ed in the service.
Mrs. Adelman is well known in
Tampa, having spent several win-
ter! here as the guest of her aunt,
.Mrs. Meyer II. Kisler. She is a
graduate of Westerly High School
and also attended Drew Seminary,
t'armel, N. Y. Mr. Adelman is
the sun of the late Isaac S. Adel-
man and Mrs. Rebecca Qrant Adel-
man. attended the University of
Detroit and received the degree of
Ph. B. at Providence College. She
was extensively entertained both
in Westerly and Providence, where
she has a host of friends.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Bureya Reports Denied by Soviet
Ambassador
WashingtonSoviet Ambassa-
dor Alexander Troyanovsky yester-
day denied to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency reports circulated
abroad by an American news bu-
reau that he had negotiated with
Jewish capitalists here for the pur-
pose of getting them to invest
money in Biro-Bidjan.
Kx-Pogromist Commits Suicide
Out of Remorse
BelgradeLong years of brood-
ing and remorse over his part in
the Ukranian pogroms drove Major
Netshaiev, a former officer in Gen-
eral Wrangel's army, to commit
suicide here. Netshaiev left a note
explaining that he could no longer
bear the mental torture he suf-
fered whenever he thought of the
pogrom victims.
Brazil Law to Forbid Religious
Incitement
Rio De JaneiroA law prohib-
iting incitement of one part of the
population against another and
calling for confiscation of the
property of newspapers which in-
cite against religious groups was
introduced in parliament. The new
measure, it is hoped in Jewish
circles, will end anti-Semitism in
Brazil.
Jews in Brazil have suffered
particularly from a violent anti-
Semitic campaign carried on here
by the Nazis among the German
immigrant population. The new
law, it is felt, will end Nazi in-
citements once and for all.
Judge Grants Divorce on Basis of
Jewish Law
Kabbi Samuel Wrubel of Green-
ville, S. C. who formerly served
in Texas and West Palm Beach, ac-
cepted the call to the Bikur Cho-
lim Congregation here and assumed
his duties last Fridjay night. He
will lead local congregational ac-
tivities.
Kabbi Samuel Wrubel of the Bi-
kur Cholim Congregation is re-
ceiving condolences on the death
of his father, Rev. Israel Wrubel,
at Miami Beach last week. Rev.
Wrubel was a well known shoched
and served the Miami Beach com-
munity recently as Mashgiach,
where he was well liked and re-
spected.
Seize Sheik as Leader of Arab
Terrorist Gang
Jacksonville News
Miss Fannie Schwartz of Nash-
ville, Tenn., regional president of
Junior Hadassah. was the guest of
lonor at the Bohemian Garden
r"arty given by the local chapter
Junior Hadassah last Tuesday
jght. She left for Miami Wcdnes-
y morning. Several dance num-
prs were given by the Riverside
chool of Art. It was one of th"
Iggest affairs of the current sen-
kn.
Rabbi M. D. Margolis officiated
Sunday night when Miss Minnie
Keba Selber became the bride of
Robert Block of Norfolk, Va. The
synagogue and auditorium were
beautifully decorated and a recep-
tion supper followed the ceremony.
Mrs. Oscar Margol was chairman
and Mrs. Sam Fletcher co-chair-
man of the dessert bridge at the
Jacksonville Jewish Center Tues-
day for the benefit of the Ladies'
Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society.
Games were enjoyed and prices
were awarded and refreshments
were served during the evening.
JerusalemFor organizing a
terrorist Arab gang against Jews,
Sheik Rafin Kagib of Atiba, in
the Tulkarm district, was arrested
here yesterday after long investi
gation in connection with rcpeattd
recent attacks on Jewish colonists.
Jewess Wins National Junior
Foils Title
Officers of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center will be installed at
New YorkThe new women's
national junior champion is Miss
Frances Siegel of the Waverly
Fencers Club, who won the title
in the competition conducted by the
Fencers Club. Miss Siegel is a
former captain of the New York
University women's fencing team
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Smith are
announcing the engagement of
their only daughter, Miss Charlotte
B. Smith, to Mr. Benjamin Fried-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Fried-
man of Koxbury, Mass. No date
has been set for the wedding, but
several functions in honor of the
bride have been planned for the
immediate future.
Mrs. Herman Bornstein gave a
shower for the bride-elect Tuesday
evening at her home, and the
bride's cousin, Mrs. Milton Lew,
also entertained with a bridge
Thursday afternoon at the home
of her mother, Mrs. D. Stein.
Miss Smith, a native of Boston,
has lived here three years and is
a graduate of the Roxbury High
School. Her fiance, a native of
Roxbury, is connected in business
with his father in the New Eng-
land Stationery Co., and will take
his bride to reside there.
Los Angeles After inviting
Rabbi Solomon Noches, a great-
grandson of the Wilner Gaon, to
testify on the Jewish religious law
involved, Judge Dudley Valentine
annulled the marriage of a local
Orthodox Jew to a divorced woman.
The Jew had pleaded that his
wife had deceived him by not in-
forming him that she had; pre-
viously been divorced and that as
a Cohen he was not permitted to
wed a divorced woman.
Sabbath Observance for Jewish
Workers in Tripoli
RomeOrthodox Jewry gained!
an important concession from Pre-
mier Mussolini when he announced
that hereafter the Jewish flock
workers in Tripoli, Italy's North
African colony, will be permitted
to observe Saturday as the Sab-
bath, instead of Sunday, as has
been the custom hitherto.
II Duce's action was a result of
the intervention of Dr. Kassel Bo-
lanez, chief rabbi of Tripoli.
Mrs. Melvin Siegal of Toledo,
Ohio, is the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ressler.
Dr. Dan Ressler and Mrs. Rei
ler and baby daughter, of Toledo.
Ohio, have left after a visit of a
few weeks with Dr. Realtor's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ressler.
Mrs. Trattner of New York City
is visiting with her niere, Mrs.
Fred Perlman of Davis Island.
Charity is the greatest virtue.
Our kindly deeds and our gener-
ous gifts go to heaven as messen-
gers and plead for us before our
heavenly Father.
RADIO
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 "Is God Good?" There also
will be prayers, scripture reading
and a question box.


Four
THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN
Friday, March 1, iy35
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
II
.- | ] ... \j. ** Ann.-
SUNDAY Ml RXINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA
No. 11
Vol. V.
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1935
Have We Not All One Father?
en-
Scripture Reading, Malaehi, Chapter II. Verse 10
It a sad ntary oi preaenl this
. n a generation which ; les its
. | |tr ,$ made in the arta and that it
served as B- >th-
.,. men ^th of life
s of harmony and broi 'My on
and guides.
a- rl Ps "b< it i still
human rac< awakened t th. value of the teach-
iind It of Books
Bu. cath ; .-. ...;zed
that I agreed
mem Thus, I laj
n groups united
... Lsizing those thii .- "ve in m n, and, for I lay,
east, "' -ences ii t rm, ritual, d
-' rs, sons of the One
Fathc r. W< it each the family res mblan -the'
the Creator wl..... all rahip. and by wh -
Gra wi all ;>. I being.
...- testant and tt ath-
n the subject of I ** "':' :
that these gu expi -- I th< sh
w, all It was tM Rev B ynt d M lUnt minister,
wh said, "I cam not f rget thai hist ri ally the R man
rish faith is the tn ther f u
Yet, ire distinct-
ly .T. .% ish in spress f "' ight
the statement .- t
: Pay talks I ragg it that any
5 pa ilar dei na-
tion. We a .--- that, outside of
selection and
..... : I hilan-
. -' P* '' ""
especi our religiou
T rious forms,
,-. | for salvati i W<
tans, i I all
se in Psalms. rhii is
Lord; 1 is shall '-'
r.s. levites ei :er,' fr m we infer tha
rights or privile, because we happen to enter
, i to the Supreme Maker of us all.
than all that: it means that we are going
fpur, .-. that .^"**
... we v.,11 be anxu to
.-;; rill make for awe.
f mind. I cannot pos.bl>
| h :. a arrive a: your i convictions. *
I h,w i ... ther only o.Nfc wno
.... ,uently the.
ndgment over ui all in these
Asks Jerusalem to Defer Talk- on
Shop Closings
:..;. m wl fht to sit
'-"
"How come
F r you are i
"Let him build." said the M
It will nev< tilt but thti
S
With whom he had been ii strife.
Let us nstead striving
f life.
.
- ta-
rs of his neighbor. As I
..-. matters 11ait
as h mers act.
I was .. it I say ise f or or against ;
aga st than sinn ng. But
,: -,r .... lay, "Ther .that's th Jew :' it Shifting the
.- Bu:. w ; .. t pause for a moment an: to reveiew the
with me. It :; nly natural, -
... ., .- to much persecution, sii
wn that malads) longest i I have a better understanding of
U sympt mi and f tb are. And, we turn to that volume
i is held saci I y us all, for a prescription. We ask. "Have we
- Are we n I all br thersl Why is there intol-
"
I arr. sincesre, in earnest, when I -- : to write me, to inform
me, what there is about Jewish teachings that : u believe makes the
Jew an object of sc rn, an undes ate. a faulty em-
ployee, an obnoxious neighbor? Mind you. I say about "Jewish teach-,
ings," not at ut wh m : a have in mind. Only if you]
have made a study of Judaism ar-; y u just i ill ffering sriti
The same r.. good for the Jews who attempt to find fault
v..-.. ... i Ign ranee ii at the foundation of,
; nly o -.. :..-:-.--- f ignorance that you seem to|
find a -''"- rledge and und ratai lb -
a;; revealed to ea ther as I
I r thf rs.
I that Pan dlahan has rightly summed up
I th Br therhc
that 1 -"' F '' t '-

re hold
itor, make them a eolor-
less, '
" I -': lumptdon
it you a

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: un-
i
when

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going to deprive one another :'
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Iday, March 1, 1935
ItTY
Bam Schechter of Long Beach.
made a host of friends here
ling his association with the
^rida Hotel some years ago, is
operating the Ocean View Inn
[Miami Beach, where restaurant
vice is being specialized in.
ictly kosher meals, breakfast
ier and supper are served daily.
patrons are given the choice of
ry or meat foods at reasonable
ces.

Ir. and Mrs. I. Adler and fam-
are spending the winter here
are at 935 Pennsylvania ave.,
imi Beach.
*
The estate of Kmden N. Herzog
592 Navarre ave., Coral Gables
who died on February 18, was left
in 'trust to his widow, Mrs. Ethel
Janet Herzog, the will, filed in
probate court, shows.
Mrs. Herzog and Alan George
Her/.on, New York City, brother
^Mr. Herzog, were named as ex-
tors and trustees by Judge W.
ink Blanton. The value of the
te has not been determined.
|eside Mrs. Herzog, Mr. Herzog
a son, Kmden M. Herzog, age
[months. The estate is repre-
ed by Attorney Joseph Wein-
Bb.

JoM'ph W'eintraub, attorney, was
nnl by Judge \V. Frank Blan-
in probate court as adminis-
trator of the estate of his mother
Mrs. Anne W'eintraub, who died
OH January 7. Mrs. W'eintraub re-
sted al 528 Navarre ave, Coral
Gables. She left five daughters
and three suns. There is no will.
A preliminary estimate indicate!
Mrs. W'eintraub owned real estate
ralucd at $(i,000 and personal
property valued at 1,500.

Mr. .Morris Shapiro of Jackson-
ville, Fla., is the house guest of
daughter and son-in-law, .Mr
-Mrs. Morris Pepper of this
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Fire
The membership campaign and |
fund raising drive of the Jewish j
Welfare Bureau is still in prog-1
ress, with all teams still canvass-:
ing the city and no complete re-!
ports having been presented. The
campaign is expected to close the.
latter part of next week, wheni
full details will be announced and
a complete list of all donors will
be published in the Jewish F!o-
ridian.
* *
Because of the demand made by
the pleased worshippers, the 13-
year-old Cantor Menashe'le, who
chanted! the services at Beth Ja-!
cob Congregation last week, will
again chant the services tonight
and tomorrow at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation.
*
Sunday morning, March 24th, the
Beth David Sisterhood will be
hosts to the children of the Tal-
mudl Torah and Sunday school at
a Purim party in the Talmud To-
rah Hall. efreshments will be
served by the organization.
* *
With the coming of Dan Os-
wald's famous "Officer" dogs
there is a mad scramble for cham-
pionship honors at the West Flag-
ler Kennel Club. Fans who have
watched the great Red Whisk trim
all opposition during the first half
of the meeting have seen the My
Laddie pup beaten in his last three
starts, the last two by a pair of
Oswald's champions.
Oswald always has raced suc-
cessfully at Biscayne and his pres-
ence at West Flagler has brought
many of his friends to the down-
town track. Just now Police Court
serins to be the outstanding racer
in the Californian's kennel, but
not far behind are Office Dancer
Court House and Miss Traffic
Court. Smoky Officer, rated as
the fastest dog in the bunch, was
unsuccessful in his first West
Flagler start, but is expected to
hit his real form before the nicot-
ine; closes.
Cool weather has caused a drop
in attendance, but the fans who
braved the chilly blasts have been
treated to fine racing. Bill Rice,
racing secretary! has the doEs ex"
pertly classified and has been

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*
Many notables in Jewish life
from all parts of the country are
seen claily at Kraemer's strictly
kosher restaurant, Miami Beach
Open for a comparatively short
time, it has become the meeting
place for Jews coming from all
parts of the country. It is the
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* *
Dr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman of
Roanoke, Va., niece and nephew of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman
who spent their honeymoon in
Miami, left for their home last
Tuesday.
*
Elimination contests are being
held at the Biscayne Fronton to
determine jai-alai champions from
among the finest players of coun-
tries from all parts of the globe
and will be resumed tonight. Some
of the finest exhibitions of skill
and knowledge of the world's fast-
est and most hazardous game have
been displayed in the past several
weeks with the arrival of cham-
pions of jai-alai such as Echeva-
ria, Kiki, Minna, Goyo and the rest'
of the star aggregation of players.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 1, 195
the cast Include! Reginald Denny,
Siegfried Rumann, Louise Dresser,
Raul Roulien, I.umsden Hare, Dud-
ley Digges, Jose Mojica, Frank
Will Rogera plays his first mo-
tion picture scene as a judge and
his first as a lawyer in "Judge
Priest," coming next Sunday to,
the Tivoli Theatre. Deposed from
the bench by the prosecuting at-
torney in a case because his neph-
ew is defense attorney, Rogers
Melton. Brenda Fowler. Russell
Simpson. Walter McGrail, Mar-
celle Corday, Charles Bastin, Barry-
Norton. George Irving. Ferdinand
Schumann-Heink, Georgette
Rhodes, Halliwell Hobbes, Ivan
Simpson. Frank Moran and Stepin
Fetchit.
the side he believes right, to
scomf ture of hia opponents.
Tom Brown. Anita Louise. David
Landau, Rochelle Hudson. Stepin
:. Charley Grapewin, Henry
1!. Walthall, Roger Imhof and
i Melton are among the sup-
p I" g I laj 1 rs.
With a p werful story of epic
sweep, one of the strongest casts
assembled in many moons and di-
rected by one of Hollywood's aces.
"The World Moves On" comes to
the Seventh Avenue Theatre on
iy, heralded as "the love story
of a century."
Headed by the glamorous Made-
I) n< Carroll and Franchot Tone,
Rabbi Mayer Freed, who spent
several weeks in the Greater Miami
area in the interests I the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and the
Vesli \.i College, left last week to
complete a tour of Florida for the
" -' tul his way back to New-
York.

Dr. Abraham Wolfson of New-
York, noted author and lecturer.
will give the fourth and final of
a aeriea of talks on "Benedict Spi-
His Life and Philosophy," at
1028 Collins ave., Miami Beach
Monday evening. March 4th. at S
o'clock, to which the public is in-
ited.
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West Palm Beach
Notes
One of the most outstanding af-
fairs of recent years in the Palm
Beaches was the cocktail party-
given for the benefit of Temple
Bth Fl at the Patio last Sunday
night at Palm Beach. Sponsored
for the purpose of raising funds
for the erection of a Talmud Torah
and Sunday school building ad-
joining the congregation, a large
number of residents and tourists
attended and helped realize a sub-
stantial amount, which will aid in
the early erection of the structure.
Mr. Sam Seller was general chair-
man of the event and was ably-
assisted by Rev. Dr. Simon Cohen
of Brooklyn, Judge Joseph Speiser
of New York. Mrs. George Latz of
Fort Wayne, End., Lyon M. Cohen
of Montreal, Mr. Herman Gold
Rabbi Isser W. Muskat anil Mes-
dames Sam Scher, Abe Dobrow
the Misses Ann Brody, Rosebelle
Scher. Ruth Glasser and Jack Case.
Book Review
"The Decay of Czarism," pub-
lished February 6th by the Jew-
ish Publication Society, describes
in detail the trial of Mendel Bei-
liaa in the Russian courts curing
the last years of the Czarist re-
gime. Beiliss was accused of rit-
ual murder and the trial resulted
in his complete vindication.
The case of William Tobias vs.
the Canadian Nationalists, a news-
paiH-r which carried a story under
the heading, "The Murdering Jews
-Jewish Ritual," in which they
attribute ritual murder to Jews
for the celebration of Purim,
which is now being tried in Win-
nipeg, Canada, makes the subject
of this book particularly timely.
The book is illustrated with pho-
tostatic reproductions of official
communications, which corrobo-
rate an amazing story of conspir-
acy and racial hatred.
The author is a jurist of high
competence, a publicist and an
author of well known Russi,
works on criminal law. In 19]-
following the Russian Februa
revolution, he served as the leg
adviser of the special commissio
formed by the Kerensky govert,
ment for investigating the affair
of the czaristic ministers. We sir,
cerely recommend this book, pj_.
ticularly at this time, as aiding |
an understanding of anti
claims, and of facts that every Jp
should know.
"Did you give our daughter thi
copy of 'What Every Girl Shou.
Know'?" asked Dod.
"Yes," replied Mother despond
ently, "and she's writing a lettr
to the author auggesting a coupk
of dozen corrections and the addi-
tion of two new chapters."'
JerusalemMore than 4,000 Jet
ish immigrants entered Palestin
during the month of January, 193j
according to the provisional fir
ures issued by the immigration di
partment of the Jewish Agency.
Since the assumption of the pul-
pit of Temple Beth El by Rabb;
Muskat. much activity has been
shown in the local Jewish commu-
nity life. Two synagogues are now-
being conducted, one at West Palm |
Beach and one for the winter sea-
son ?t Palm Beach, a daily Talmud
Torah and a well attended Sunday-
school of the Temple Beth F.l are1
directed by the Rabbi. Recently
a Junior Hadassah was organized
through the aid and assistance of
the Rabbi, who is an ardent Zion-
ist.
!
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