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The Jewish Floridian ( March 8, 1935 )

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nJewist Florid tin d 8—No. 10 FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1985 Price Five Cents >U|! add^Announcements JGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 1 Washington Ave., Miami Beach VID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Ladies Sponsor Purim Ball rly services tonight begin at and the late services at 8:16.1 or Schlachman will chant the ces. The Rabbi will preach [Whither Israel." Saturday Ing the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Minclia services begin at 4:1(0 and are followed by the Chevra Thilim, Shalosli Saudah and Maariv service!. I MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Regular services begin at 5:45, with the late services at 8:30, when a lay speaker will deliver a brief sermonctte in the absence of the Rabbi. The usual congregational singing and chanting will be enjoyed. Saturday morning services begin at it. Mincha services begin at 5 p. m., with the Shalosh Saudah following at 5:30 and Maariv at 6:15 p. m. Services are held! daily at 8 a. in. =xD TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi The fourth lecture on Jewish History will be delivered by Dr. Kaplan tonight at services at 8:15 o'clock. The subject is "Israel Growing to Maturity." Saturday morning services begin at 11 o'clock. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermonctte will be "Big Men." The publicis cordially invited to attend these services. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Are. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Regular late Friday evening, services at 8:15 o'clock will hear Rabbi Shapiro preach on "A Sad Commentary on the Efficacy of Prayer," in commemoration of the World Prayer Day, which will be observed internationally today. Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assist. id by the choir of Beth David, will chant the services. Saturday morning Services begin at 8:30. The Junior Congregation meets at 10:30. Sunday morning the Bar Mitzva Club convenes for services, followed by breakfast at 8. Meetings are being held twice weekly by the arrangements committee in charge of the fourth annual Purim dance being sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation on Tuesday evening, March 19th, at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. An excellent band of musicwill provide music for the dancing, and entertainers from many of the local night clubs will be seen in song and dance numbers during the evening. The proceeds of this event will be used for the Talmud Torah fund of the congregation. In charge of arrangemerts are Mesdames T. Kotkin and Milton Weiner as co-chairmen, Mesdames Nat Blumberg and Harry Shulman in charge of tickets, Mesdames Moses Pallott, P. Berkowitv.. Max Rappaport, Julius Washer and Mrs. N. Adelman on the general committee. Messrs. E. Albert Pallott, Nat Blumberg, P. Berkowitz, N. Adelman, Max Rappaport, Max Mintzer and H. M. Drevitch will serve on the general committee as representing the Congregation. Prizes will be awarded for the best mask costume depicting the spirit of Purim. Clothing The attention of local residents and tourists is directed to the fact that for the past several weeks young men have solicited residents of this area, particularly the Shcnandoah section, for clothing, and i have used the name of the Jewish Welfare Bureau and Mrs. Sadye (;. Rose, its executive secretary, as having sent them. Through the aid of its Rummage Sales Store on Northwest Fifth St., the Bureau clothes all its cases. In every instance where these young men have obtained clothing direct, it has been subsequently found thai the clothing has been sold. Ail those solicited are urued to communicate with the Bureau before giving any clothing, and in all events to send the clothing to the Rummage Sales Store, operated for the benefit of the Bureau. Tropical Park Jewish News To Open Monday Around the World Tropical Park, awaiting the opening of its lil-day meeting Monday, is a picture of tropical beauty. Jewish Population of Poland DeUnder the direction of James Donn, | c,ines Two 1> cr Cent head of Kxotic Gardens, the tall hedges, varied shrubbery brought Warsaw—A decline of two per cent in the Jewish population of in from the Everglades and the ,. ,. ,_ .. .. ... „ Poland is disclosed by the latest vivid tropical flowers have been „ ... government figures. Previously carefully trimmed and placed. L .. • J i „_, Polish Jewry comprised eleven per We are ready to race right ... ., f „ „.,,,. ,,. cent of the entire population, but now, declared William \incent Dwyer, managing director, after an inspection of the attractive Cables plant Wednesday. now it comprises only nine per cent. The decline is attributed by the Jewish press to the steady emigration of Jews and the increased Morses have been working over ,. ,, ,, „ „,. birth rate of the Poles. The wave of Jewish suicides and the reduced Jewish birth rate are also believed to be factors in this decline. the re-surfaced racing strip, which horsemen vote one of the safest in America. Between meetings the' Hack was treated with a deep covering of rich marl and has been I worked regularly until it is in ex| Pe cellent condition. Cemetery Board To Hear Charges An important meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association will be held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation next Wednesday evening, March 13th, beginning at 8:15 o'clock. A financial report for the past several months will be presented. At this meeting plans for the work of the organization for the future will be discussed. Complaints against undertakers who have permitted bodies to be Shipped without the Jewish last rites having been performed will be acted on. Only members of the board will be permitted to attend. Beach Synagog To Dance Sunday Every effort to insure one of the outstanding events of the current season is being made by the arrangements committee in charge of the annual ball sponsored by Beth Jacob Congregation this coming Sunday evening at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. Several of the night clubs have promised to contribute some of their best entertainers to help make the even ng a gala event. Aiding in this event are officers of the congregation. Cantor Boris Schlachman and officers of the Sisterhood. Final Symposium Next Tuesday The fourth in the serieof cultural symposiums to be held in this area will be conducted at Beth David Synagogue next Tuesday evening, March 12th, beginning at S o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will preside. Local Rabbis will discuss the causes and effects of anti-Semitism and its remedies. This will be the final meeting held for the sc ason. The series of cultural events, during which musical programs were presented, were held under the auspices of the Rabbis of Greater Miami, and were begun with the idea o' creating an interest in Jewish cultural matters among the residents of Greater Miami. The first of the series was held at Temple Israel, the second at Beth Jacob Synagogue and the third at the Miami Jewish orthodox Congregation. There are no charges or collections at these events. The public is urged to attend. B'Nai B'rith to Meet Sunday Much interest is being shown throughout the district in the convention of B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge No. 5, which will begin on Sunday at Atlanta, Ga. Many of those who are active in its work will watch this convention because of a number of important problems that will be discussed. Sunday evening, the opening day of the convention, Dr. Abraham j 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 j 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 Palm Beach will send delegates, 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, 1). C, first vice-president; Hyman Jacobs, Atlanta, Ga., second vicepresident; William Goodhart, Baltimore, Md., treasurer; Edwin L Levy, Richmond, Vt., secretary; II. A. Alexander, Atlanta, Ga., Constitution Grand Ix>dge 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. The 5'Jth annual convention of; Lodges of District Grand Lodge! No. 5 of B'nai B'rith will be held I ion March 10th and 11th at At1 lanta, Ga., with headquarters at .he Ansley Hotel. Representatives of the 21 lodges of the district will come from the District o. Columbia, Maryland, Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. More than one hundred delegates will be accompanied by several hundred members, according to advices renents of Rumanian Numerus Clausus Law Applications are pouring in for stabling accommodations. Superintendent Henry Collins has 840 Bucharest —Dr. Julius Maniu stalls available. In the list of apformer premier and leader of the plicants are included all leading. powerful Peasants party, assumed stables which raced at Hialeah'the leadership of the forces opPark, including those of E. F. Seaj posed to the establishment of a gram, Mrs. J. II. Whitney, the numerus clausus for Jews in the Greentree stable, Willis Sharpe professions, trade and schools Kilmer. Walter E. O'Hara, G. D. when he denounced the pending and J. E. Widener, Jack Howard numerus clausus law in a vigorous and the Maemere stable. I speech. Charging that the numerus Roll call for mutuels clerks will clausus bill is an election maneube held Sunday, announced Frank ver by the political opponents of D. Schuyler, general manager, who the Tartarescu government, Dr. also acts as director of mutuels. | Maniu asserted that the opposition The Bahr gate will be used at is trying to obtain power on the all starts, replacing the Waite' backs of the Jews. Although Dr. gate. George Cassidy, starter at Maniu's speech is expected to conall New York tracks and at Hialeah Park, and his corps of assistants will be in charge of the starting. solidate the government's supporters, the new anti-Semitic agitation continues unabated. Immediate confiscation of property belonging Racing Secretary John B. Campto Jewand its distribution among well and his assistant, Francb needy Christians was demanded by Dunne, arrived Thursday morning anti Semitic leaders in a second from Biloxi. Pat Galligher has parliamentary debate on the nuopened the secretary's office and merus clausus law. is in charge of registrations. Clerk of Scales Bob Shelley will be at Protocols Trial to Open at Berne Hialeah Park Saturday morning to in March accept entries for opening day. Robert McAuliffe, secretary office Heine, Switzerland -The celeattache, got in from Chicago Wedbrated "Protocols of Zion" trial, nesday. growing out of a suit by the Swiss Federation of Jewish Communities ~ ^ n aga nst Nazi leaders, will be restate Conference umed o„ March 12 ,• is. The T I J 1/1 i.* tr a '" ,f; ''"' :l11 %  >''•""• but was llOldS Meeting adjourned to enable the defense to present the reports of experts. Colonel Fleischhauer, Naxi expert has presented a report of 800 pages. Kugen Landau, President of Ililfsverein, Dead A number of the executive board of the Florida Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen were present at a meeting held last Sunday evening at the home of Mr. J. Louis Shochet, secretary of the lay division of the conference. Mr. B. J. Cohen Oi Orlando presided. Plans for the introduction of legislation at the next session of the Florida legislature were acted on, and a committee to draw bills to be presented was appointed. An effort will also be made to have Mam in des Day observed throughout .he slate during the month of April. Some of the state colleges ,. • ., t.overnment Education Budget w.ll be visited by members of the i n I_I_-ii i J • Exceeds 12.<().000 conference and Rabbis will lead in „, ., .. Jciusu.cm I he educational the commemoration of the day. ___^^_^^^______^___^__ budget of the Palestine governceived by Hyman S. Jacobs of Atmen. for 1936-36 period will exlanta, who is general chairman of eed £2">0,000, it was learned here .he convention. by the Palcor Agency. Berlin—German Jewry lost another one of its veteran leaders with the death here at the age of eighty-three of Eugen Landau president of the famous Hili'sverein der Deutschon Juden. A prominent philanthropist and banker, Laudau was also vice-president of h:> tie man section of the Keren Hayesod.



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IHaBfiB Ot^SS^B^^ l >^aw V:._-^t^..'.-V--.^-re '^'f "**^fj*^^^*BE Page Two THE JTCWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, March 8, 1933 The Sunday school of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is rt'hi'iinsing several times weekly under the direction of Mrs. Julius Washer for the presentation of i their annual Purim play. The play, I "Purim High Jinks." will be shown on Sunday afternoon, March 24th, at 3 o'clock in the clubrooms of the Young Men's Hebrew Association and will show the modern aspects of Purim as viewed from the eyes of youngsters. Tickets are being sold for ten cents each and will go to the Sunday school fund of the congregation. Following the presentation of the play, the children will be guests at a reception in their honor being given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the congregation. • • • Jeanette Teller entertained a party of twelve in honor of her sister, Annette Zisner of New York City, who is visiting here for a month. After bridge was played, a delicious midnight supper was served. • • • Celebrating the birthday anniversary of Maurice B. Brotsky of Hadassah, which will be held Washington, D. C, Mrs. Stanley gram chairman, and Mrs. wis ^ B ackstone Hotel next Tuesdi Kallman of New York and Miami. Brown, hospitality fJ"lrmMl, M I ^^ ^ g ^^ ^.^ entertained a group of friends at. her committee greeted gue ^ MegdBmei A ex Gold8tdn ^ her home, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Hayman, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Brotsky, Judge at the door. • • • The United Order of True Sisters held a luncheon and program Burdino's MIAMI mi MIAMI BEACH For both mothers and daughters a chemise made by Vanity Fair 1.50 to 3-00 1 .arger women, especially. Ike thi> dainti tailored step-in chemise. Of soft Vanity Fair silk in a varietj of weaves, it fal's in soft lines that allow perfect freedom. The non-run fabric prevents disastrous runs. Silk Ravissant 2.50 Silk Diaphar 2.50 — 3.00 Aire-lace, Exotic 1.50 — 1.7.3 by Vanits Fair \ ~." X Burdine's Jei~h Section Now on the Fourth Floor Jefferson B. Browne of Key West, 1 for the { ina ] meeting last WednesMrs. Irving Abel of New York, Jaj at tne William Penn hotel, Mrs. Morris of New York and Mrs. y iiaml Beach. Among the artists Terry Stein. After bridge deli-' were Eij za beth Rarden, who sang cious refreshments were served and the c ara Nome" from Rigoletto; the guest of honor cut the birthRoDert Kistler in a violin solo, day cake. "Caprice Viennoise," by Kreisler, and a reading by Mrs. Rose Baran. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cohen and ... Mr. and Mrs. Ann Berger of OrAlvin walder. manager of the lando were visitors to Miami last Seventh Avenue Theatre, is being Sunday. complimented on the excellent vaudeville programs being presentQuite a large audience attended ( (1 ,, y him every Tuesday and Frithe annual dance of Beth David ( | av n jghts at this theatre, excepiterhood, which was held at th< tionxtl acts being shown regularly. Frolics las'. Sun.lay night. A gojd|y sum was raised for the Talmud Torah fund of the congregation. seph Williamson, Milton \Vein Max Kupferstein, Sam Simonhof and B. H. London. Reservation! may be made through any member of the committee. An interestini program will be presented. An in f the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho I x l ation will be held next Tuesday night, March of the Donor's Luncheon for Senior Uth. at the Synat and all Mr-. M. Reiner of New Orleans is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallott <>f this city and will remain hi veral weeks. ... Mrs. Barney Weinkle, chairman f V/C2UI CMtaM, I tU Tin • T. M.—SnaRa. Mm Sun.-Mon.. March 10-11 James Dunn—Alice Fays Mitchell & Durantc John Bradford 368 NIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD Bl'RDINI M \ IN : LOOR members and frit da an ittei Plani :. %  ... : will be 1 on March 19th at thi Fl '. v. '. follow :.' ...'. Do's Lu 2th, at the 1 Mrs. B .'. I : %  inicate wii %  Sisi Ten st I the 1 ting at 1 \ • nating • was apa The pr .gram c mtinued the sytnm inaugurated at the nter. Mrs. n "The .'. A Art.' Mrs. A. Sandier f New Y :'.. ling. Mrs. % % %  ".' %  • • Iman sang with a j Mrs. MauPastroff, For th Finest In Bread Try SEW YORK RYE Be Sure to Attend The ANNUAL PURIM MALI. Beth Jacob Cong SUNDAY, MARCH 10 From 9 P. M. al FLORIDI \N HOTEL Miami Beach the Tunes ( Jerrj Johnson's Floridian Hotel Orchestra NIGHT (It H STARS Is to the Talmud T rah Fund The Miami chaj ter : the Nai I sixth floor of T jr* ynr -. Inc. Ar. 31LoA ISL was present) I w ith Dr. Jarl :\ ; rtaining to thi ... • %  I u| :. 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h-iday, March 8, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three wJewisfh IFHendlSan FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY iwt Tower Hide. PUBLISHED BVKlil PIUDAY 1.7 tk JIWI8U PLOR1DIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. .. 17 Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5M4 8. W. litk k..m: EDITURJAL OFFICI Mill J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Kdltor PKID E. SHOCIIKT. ClrtaUtUa M.n.g.r CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative • r.J u ••coad c:. mw Julj 4, 1810. at tha Post Offlea .t Miami, rtorioa. llll.Wr tii Act uf M.lr-1, I. 1878 5ST PALM BEACH IMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISI.EE Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGRNT S. G. AROSON 4109 Central Are., Tampa, Fla. 8UBSCBIPTION I II M FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935 Vol 8—No. 10 Dr. Sacerdoti It is no exaggeration to say that not since the death of Louis Marshall has world Jewry suffered such a tragedy in the passing of one man as it did with the untimely death of Dr. Angelo Sacerdoti, chief rabbi of Italy. A scholarly rabbi of the old school who was steadfast in his Orthodoxy, Dr. Sacerdoti rendered invaluable services both to Italian Jewry and world Jewry. Succeeding to the chief rabbinate at the age of 28, he led Italian Jewry out of the isolation that had so long insulated it from the main stream of Jewish life and by the force of his great prestige and personality directed it into the wide milieu of world Jewry. Under his leadership Italian Jewry enjoyed an unparalleled cultural and communal renaissance which was slowly restoring to it some of its ancient glory as the oldest Jewry on the European continent. Perhaps his greatest service to Jewry was his modest but extremely effective role of unofficial diplomat. Because of his intimate friendship with Mussolini, Dr. Sacerdoti was able to frustrate some of the more violent phases of Nazi anti-Semitism and to mitigate the harshness of anti-Jewish legislation in Fascist Austria. As a Zionist he interested II Duce in Palestine. To his close relations with the head of the Italian Government are attributable the numerous pronouncements by Mussolini repudiating the anti-Semitic phases of German Fascism. Only 49 when he died. Dr. Sacerdoti had before him a brilliant future as a leader of Israel. His untimely death is a major catastrophe, for world Jewry can ill afford the loss of such men as he in these parlous times. Samuel Witten; legal aid obtained for seven persons through Nathan Schevitz and Joseph Wilensky. Jacksonville News Miss Robertine McLendon, Girl Scout director for Duval county, was the principal speaker at the regular meeting of the Daughters in Israel last Wednesday. The luncheon bridge sponsored by Mrs. E. Bhortstein will be held on Wednesday. March 20th, instead of the original date announced. The annual Daughters of Israel Sabbath will be held at the Center Synagogue tonight. J for the benefeit of the Hebrew La' dies' Aid Society and was assisted i by Mrs. Fletcher as co-chairman. Saturday night the Junior Daughters of Israel will hold a Collegiate dance at 10 o'clock at the Center. A floor show will be one of the evening's features. Miss Edith Wolfson is general chairman of the arrangements committee. Miss Clara Kramer of the Florida State College for Women spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kramer. Mrs. G. Margol was chairman of the dessert bridge party held A report of the activities of the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged was made at a recent meeting of the organization by Mrs. H. Rosenzva g, recording ami financial secretary, it was announced last week. There were 793 meals given to hungry transients, 302 nights of lodging provided, part fare aiding 21 transients to return home, $55 in rents paid for needy, $37.20 spent for stoves and fuel for needy; Passover supplies were pro%  v.ded for the entire holidhy week • for eight at Raiford, nine families I of 40, locally, and five at camp at [a cost of $98.80; $199 on free loans; ; contributions made to many worthy organizations; clothing collected and distributed to 49 needy persons; wires and cards of greeting were sent to 173 friends and members of the organization; medicine, hospital care and dental care were provided for 17 persons, with the generous aid of Dr. David N. Schneider, Dr. J. V. Safer and Dr. Newly elected officers of the Jacksonville Jewish Center were installed at the eighth annual banquet last Sunday night in the social hall. Officers installed were: Max Rubin, president; David Moscovitz, first vice-president; Benjamin Baker, second vice-president; Max Rose, treasurer; Joseph S. Wilensky, secretary; Joseph Ilackel, auditor. Directors: Jacob Becker, Philip Bork, Harry Finkelstein, S. D. Kramer, M. C. Kass, Morris Lasris, Oscar Magenzis, Max Mirkis, S. Selber, Ben Setzer, Fred Soforenko, M. Scheinbaum, Alfred Stein, Dr. J. T. Wilensky, Dr. Sam Witten, Mrs. A. Sager, Mrs. Max Rubin, Mrs. Ida Keldman. Associate directors: L. M. Lieberman, Montague Roseberg, Moe B. Safer, Hymen Selber, A. Zoslow. Rabbi Morris D. Margolis acted as the installing officer and Max Rubin was the toastmaster. Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was the guest speaker of the evening, coming t" Jacksonville as the guest of the Center. Other speakers were Mrs. Joseph Hacked, president of the Daughters of Israel, and Miss Edith Wolfson, president of the Junior Daughters of Israel. In charge of arrangements was a committee consisting of Messrs. Max Rubin, David Moscovitz and Joseph Ilackel. St. Petersburg Notes The first regular Friday night service took place at the new synagogue with a capacity crowd. Mr. Max Steinberg, a lay cantor of Cleveland, Ohio, chanted the ritual and Rabbi Klcinfcld delivered a sermon, "Religion in Action." An appeal for more funds to complete the building was generously responded to by the enthusiastic worshippers. The annual cone it sponsored by the social committee of the congregation was held Sunday night, when all the professional artists of the radio station, WSUN, rendered a most elaborate program of vocal and instrumental numbers, accompanied by the entire WSUN orchestra, under the leadership of its announcer, Mr. Carl P'ritz, who also acted as the master of ceremonies. All seats and standing room available were occupied. Orlando Notes Messrs. B. J. Cohen, H. N. Roth, M. Segal and Sol Wittenstein will leave today tdr Atlanta, Ga., to attend the convention of the Fifth District Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith, representing the local lodge. Mrs. M. Safer, Mrs. J. Ottenberg and Mrs. L. Fox are hostesses for the Ladies' Auxiliary bridge to be held soon. Mr. and Mrs. M. Safer have as their guest Mr. Noah Goldberg of Boston. Freidkin, Rose Cohen, Philip Opper, Ruth Weintraub, Marvin Essrig, Henry Gardner, Willie Oster, Irving Peckett, Paul llaimoviiz, Albert Aronovitz, Sammy Argintar and Phil Haimovitz. At the last meeting of the B'nai B'rith Lodge a mock trial was presented. Mr. and Mrs. A. Sokol and son of Birmingham, Ala., and' Mr. S. Sokol of Cleveland were the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. Braverman. Entertaining recently at bridge was Mrs. G. Silverstein at the Angebilt Hotel, and Mrs. B. Halpern at the Orange Court Hotel. Burnet Roth, a graduate of the local high school and at the University of Florida, was named assistant to the chief compliance attorney of the New York office of the NRA last week. He has been attending New York University on a banker's scholarship and has been specializing in banking and international law. Among those visiting Gainesville last week were Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal and son, Miss Beatrice Lieberman, Willie Lieberman and Dorothy Baker, Rev. 1!. Safer-, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Safer and son, Edwin, N, Goldberg and II. Fcl.lman, Mrs, A. R. Berger and her sister, Miss Clara Wohl, entertained recently at a reception in the crystal room of the Floridan Motel to honor their sister, Mrs. Max M. Juster, who was married last month and recently returned from her wedding trip to the East. The bride is the former Miss Sara Wohl. An orchestra furnjished music throughout the afternoon and Mrs. 11. N. Sandier, accompanied by Mrs. M. S. Hart, sang several songs. Greeting guests at the door were Mrs. I. Segal and Mrs. M. Lew of St. Petersburg. Receiving were Mrs. A. R. Berger, Mrs. M. M. Juster, iss Clara Wohl, Mrs. J. Wohl and Mrs. I. Wohl. Assisting in serving were Miss Shirley Essrig, Miss Dorothy Shukoff of Atlanta, Ga., Miss Ruth Simon. Assisting in other capacities were Mrs. I. Salsbury, Mrs. S. J. Chaite and Mrs. B. S. Berger. An ice course in white and green was served, the heart-shaped cakes iced in white. Approximately 150 guests called during the afternoon. Miss Emily Winston of New Rochelle, N. Y., is the guest of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maas. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer .luster February 26 at the Tampa Municipal Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. X. Wolf of New York are Bpending the winter here. Mr. and Mrs. II. Feldman of New York are the guests of Rev. and Mrs. li. Safer. Benjamin Chardkoff, 57, engaged in the metal business here tor the last 26 years, died last Thursday night at bis home. Ibis survived by his wife, e BOns, Dr. Moses Chardkoff, Chicago; Leo Chardkoff, Tampa, and Abe Chardkoff of Jacksonville, and a daughte Mrs. S. Bryan of Jacksonville. The funeral was conducted from the home Friday afternoon with Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating. Burial was in Rodoph Sholom cemetery. The sermon for tonight will be "How to Strengthen Our Faith in Religion." Sunday, March 10th, the Judaic Council will sponsor a movie and package party for the benefit of the building fund. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lefkowitz and Mrs. S. Berger visited Miami last week. Tampa Notes The second annual Purim ball, sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of Tempi* 1 Rodoph Sholom synagogue, will be held March 19 at the Tampa Yacht and Country Club. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson is general chairman of the dance committee and will be assisted by Mesdames S. Marks, M. Schwartz, F. Perlman and Mrs. M. Stein. I.ewisohn (Jets Second Divorce From First Wife On Wednesday, March l.'fth, the social committee will give an informal dance and entertainment at the new auditorium, 1139 Arlington ave. Mr. N. Mnndel of Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y., and his family, guests of Rabbi Kleinfeld for the season, made a generous contribution towards the building fund. Mr. Theo Weil, a tourist and a regular worshiper at B'nai Israel, donated new Kosher dishes for the kitchen. The religious school pupils arc being prepared to give a 2-hour Purim play on March 17th, followed by a Purim dance. The play, entitled "Queen Esther," is a musical drama in four acts, which requires a cast of twenty and a Members of the Sunday school will hold a Purim carnival March 17 in the auditorium of the synagogue, when a king and queen will be crowned. The following have been nominated by the Sunday school: Bernice Ichell, Dorothy Gardner, Lena Wohl, Elinor Rosenthal, Ina Gotler, Li ha Segal, Doris Chaite, Leonard Gotler, Frank Cohen, Sorrel Wolfson, Henry Finman and Marvin Aronovitz. A three-act play, "The Belle of Shushan," a story of Queen Esther, will be presented the same night by members of the Sunday school. Those who will take part are Marjorie Segal, Roberta Marks, Evelyn Weber, Mildred Stoun, Bede Steinberg, Francis Zbar, Roberta chorus, was specially written and composed by Rabbi Kleinfeld. Juarez, Mexico — Because of doubt cast on the legality of a rabbinical divorce granted him eleven years ago in Poland, Ludwig Lewisohn, author and novelist, obtained a second divorce here from his first wife, Mary Arnold Child, also a writer. Several months after the granting of the rabbinical divorce in 1924, Lewisohn married his present wife, the former Thelma Bowman Spear, a singer, of Burlington, Vt., where the Lcwisohns now live. Find 13th Century Jewish Cemetery in Birthplace of Maimonides Madrid—A thirteenth century Jewish cemetery containing scon of Hebrew-inscribed ^gravestones has been uncovered in Cordova, the city in which Moses Maimonides, medieval Jewish sage and scientist, was born in 1135. SsRfiDIO 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 "The Essence of Knowledge Is Doubt." There also will be prayers, music, Scripture reading and a question box.



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F ax THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN If HaMo §f^pem$a$ pnllettn Edited :y RABBI S M. MACHTEI r s=dar .-. i -•-?-: Braaeaa o< .<=-. %  SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOP. MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. V. SUNDAY, MARCH 3. 1933 No. 12 •V* "Is God Good? Sfriptu-f Readinj. GeSMsds. Chapter 1. Vena 1-5, Inclusive • -; n et that it 1 me in writ ng ai i great interest .strtj •: .root of faith. C nfr 11 in un• %  [s God good? The pinion of that ii aal. everyordaii "Why should I t I m for tl Inal to solve. A difficult • Religion, for rage ma is bis *-' %  asant n need not g 'irsi ipter of the firs a th find t r to thu lesl ; % %  • %  cception of man. Mai ... _.. .-_ n bed : ence to these laws and demand that ill Yon a .-• ii •• naught wl common good Y : ask, -Is God good?" Car. you define goodness? Do men igrc-e on • %  •. t is 1 %  -' I asks i in musing m I, "OJ irt; "Ki "Love," "Beauty," sa I th< ; ag< i "Freed I tl imer; "Fan sa I seer. %  %  m • %  • "Ea Kindi ibt • .: %  is a select Z i the g lences of his %  Everygood. R the firs! rs ". and Sod is good." Then ; ...%  that th< -%  '! to was : iss.ons.Noi %  -' t ission. This .. %  %  %  • • It %  %  I the entire universe.. -ate us. 1 j l us. i t • • .I to 1 sure ol • .. %  • st depths of hell lided! H w igno! %  ild strive for the gh< ii it God Itn ws ir s! ngs, ur ns, ur weala --• He loei not s satis prepond f g (over %  • i cat tor either Gehinnom • jority ru 11 of ire merit i. he ent< %  .• m: and if t ley a-I act and places it in the s al :' i" Ir, %  : _%  %  %  • :h:rV: f •.'-.:-' What claims have you n God? By t ipet • -. Ip you set y arit is good or evil? Since when do yon at* God a interest in you an I your petty affairs— it than in the well-being of all His creatures, all His things I : %  u are. tc yourself, the center of al! the .--. God i ler :• Q? Because you place your desires VOM ar. i reacti -. n the front rank of your • rt n f gn it life, must Goi also do so? Would you Father f all the Universe, turn His back on all the and creatures without Dumber, their needs in common. nat? to distort t t fe. to make them conform to your f good and evil? Goi and • %  foa i s >"u -•%  them. In God's red tl f life, had you i formed :o mtered ntness Fa ng lift I It means studying thi la* i, earni: g with them. Ar. i. when, in the %  '.' a k it i i i singled you it to tease you or 1 hurt :• u greater g ( the jrreater art : the God f AIL Y u g God for yourself—yours, and yours alom %  :: %  I not • ;. j board a bus y %  io not at :• or door. You d< i • er passesstreets, %  f re 1 :• four '--•• r You seem t must be followed. Yet. whilt j i not order the I hangi :• -; bai :' the universe to avo i w can you be whei ~ some misfortune befa i I hear did God do this?' I tell j a, far ai I say, in terms that may to the ignorant. "God had nothing to do witl ave been established by God. The n is opra. Neither you nor I can alter them. We will not succeed :'. we fry I fight •hem. We must live by them, in accordance o".at:on of these laws, or of one of them, brines its -•*--. It would be a sorry world if such were not the case. There must be '.aw and] oHr. Friday, March 193: SPECIAL E XCURSION PALESTINE W RUSSIA pnD 6 OTu-en counTP.it/1 2 DOay'ciL^Pfiic'in U.UAa Rouno340 TPiP FOK OtTAILS MklTt GUSTWE EISNL'R! HIS f*CC^Y Cl* lll'SI • At All Good Store* AU {•€ NEW YORK BREAD 7'KAVbNUE B.I 'iffit. Op.J ...' |:4| p. u Adalu 20c—Ckildraa 10c Sun.-Mon.. March 10-'1 WILL ROGERS lm llni n— Anita l.oui-e JUDGE PRIEST 30illst. St .^Jtf^okAKadi HOME SERVia 23654 1215 SWU STRtET 12*1 > m r.u.HTH ^r PRONE 2-7529 The Best in <,roccriea. Muu. Kruiu tie \>grtablet ROBBINS ROOFING 4 SHEB METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers %  Inspecti ni and Eatimatee Frs* 22S S v. 26th St Phone 2 3TM Hamlyn Mattress Company MATTRESSES BOX SPRINGS • PILLOWS BOAT CUSHIONS Renovating and Manufacturing "PERSONAL SERVICE" Upholstering and Refiniihing Farniturt of All Kindt Studio Coaches Phone 2-4856 1158 N. Miami Ave. FOR FRESH Miami. Fla. ^ AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pre*. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE EAT AT Begal's Kosher Restaurant 587 LAURA ST. (Opposite Cohen Bros. De?t. Store) OPEN ALL HOURS SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caupht by our own boats daily If It I. Saa Fasti, w. have tt at Its ary aal. aad at ,.,,.-1. i l "' rt -,?^C•' -a-dHagT^l"; fiffiSSS ....... ,itk .11 tfc. waiury raU, aad nr *\Zi£? •ONi *M OHkV Oil' DR.BRQWNS y Bolll.d and Dflnbuin) L


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iday, March 8, 1J35 'S0C14TYAt the late services of Beth DaId Synagogue tonight, memorial payers will be recited in memory Catherine Gescheidt, Abraham Blackman, Katie Fine and Mauce Rosen. • | Beth Jacob Sisterhood is sponftring a Purim play in which the pildren of its Sunday school will krticipate on Sunday, March 17th, %  ginning at 3 p. m. Mrs. David Rosenbloom is coaching the play, *Paper Hats." Following the play and program refreshments will be served to all the children. • An address on "Burdine's National Advertising Program, the How and Why of It," was given before the Miami Advertising Club Tuesday by C. Gordon Anderson, advertising director of Burdine's, who was in charge of the entire program. From December 1, 1934, to Febiry 15, 1935, a total of 78 Buriiiadvertisements appealed in %  tional magazines, he said, at a ^t of $86,000 to $38,000. Mi. Anderson emphasized that, excepting the Doherty interests, Burdine's is the largest single national advertiser in the city of Miami. Through its national advertising, he added, Burdine's has become a national institution, known for the style and quality of its merchandise ( i'ion of prestige in the New York market is one of the outstanding results of this advertising, enabling Burdine's to get quicker shipment of merchandise during the winter season, and also shipments of specially designed merchandise from many manufacturers who use Burdine's as a testing laboratory for spring and sum mer merchandise. "Burdine's 36 years of experience enables us to predict numbers that will enjoy a popular volume of sales from four to six months thereafter," said Mr. Anderson. Many instances of merchandise designed by Burdine's, such as bathing suits and articles of resort wear, were cited by Mr. Anderson, which enjoyed phenomenal national success. • Mrs. J. Engler is general chairman of the annual Purim Dinner sponsored by Beth David Sisterhood on Sunday, March 17th, at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. • • Mrs. Lena Simon, past matron of Kmunah Chapter, O. E. S., who was named at the last meeting of the chapter by Mrs. Nancye Rickard, worthy grand matron of Florida, as grand representative of Ohio, will be guest of honor at the next meeting of the chapter Thursday. March 14th. at the Scottish Iiit*Temple, with Mrs. Clara Fine, worthy matron, presiding. Mr. Herman Knson, 'who had been visiting his brother-in-law, Rabbi s. M. Hachtei, for the past ten weeks, returned to New York City last Monday. The mighty Whisk is back on the throne. Just 32 seconds after the starter had sprung the box for the 5-16 eighth race at West FlagTHE JEWIS H FI.ORIDIAN ler Wednesday night, Red Whisk was nodding to the judges, two full lengths in front of Police Court, the Oswald star. The great Little Ranger ran over all the rest of them to finish a strong third. It was Red Whisk and Police Court out there alone, with neither giving or asking favors. They bumped slightly at the first turn, but neither was thrown off stride. Whisk grabbed a lead of about a length on the back stretch, but Police Court crept up rounding the turn. But once headed for home the Whisk was letting no dog pass him. He simply ate space with tremendous strides. It was a tired Police Court which stepped in a well beaten second. Little Ranger, after a rough passage out of the eight hole, ran over dogs in the stretch to place third. As expected, the attendance picked up considerably with the return of warm weather, and the racing fans have been rewarded with exceptionally fine cards. Bill Rice, racing secretary, is being complimented on the expert classiPage Fir* — %  fication of the dogs bringing them into many close and exciting finishes. Even better racing and larger attendance is expected as the racing season nears its closing on April 1st, next. • • Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is on a brief business trip to New York and will return to the city the latter part of next week. • The annual Purim dinner is being sponsored by Beth David Sisterhood at its Talmud' Torah Hall for Sunday evening, March 17th, beginning at 6:30 p. m. In addition to the dinner, at which a program of entertainment will be presented, cards and other games will be enjoyed during the evening. • • • Sunday morning, March 24th, the children of Beth David Sunday school will be the guests of the Sisterhood at a Purim party being arranged for them. A purim %  pay will be presented under the direction of the rabbi. Following the program refreshments will be served. Following a cocktail party at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Miami unit of Junior Hadassah tendered an officers' ball for members and their escorts at the Blackstone hotel, Miami Beach, which was the culmination of a membership drive. Miss Fannye Schwartz, president of Southern region of Junior Hadassah, and Miss Charlotte Weinkle, past president of Southern region, were honor guests. Miss Schwartz is making a tour of the Southern units. A meeting of Junior Hadassah will be held next Monday evening, March 11th, at the Talmud Torah. A Purim program will include a debate and skit. All old and new members are asked to l>e present. Mrs. Jack Brechner and daughter, Marylin, who were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Schcolnik, left last Saturday for their home in New York afte a tenweek stay here. i'Z-*.. Post Time 2:15 p. m. 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Paj 11IK JEWISH n.ORIHIAN Friday, March 8, cltthe movies' tad Thursday 'u It is g Lion :. %  ithetk I: .! IT %  %  f a i IT : I I ft %  .' j %  %  1 la %  • %  %  11 I K %  I I zrirls in i : turn :' %  it" waj written ; i and Lamar Trotti h6rt Tom : %  Anita L liac >D I Fetch:: are am ng the M prinrs. "Positive," she replied, a letter from mother t arrive na ed. "I had •The Greatest Institution of Laundering and Drv Cleaning in the South" IAMI LAUN DRY will %  %  "Jacl i thir I in >ur : ng, i I hou %  %  I .it to J< beei te and Jewis it tl 11 • %  %  %  il • '• icht%  t li A • H %  %  I NEW LOW ELECTRIC RANGE AND WATER HEATER PRICES. $10.00 ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD RANGE OR WATER HEATER. 'Regardless of make, kind or condition.! THE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE MAY BE USED AS DOWN PAYMENT EIGHTEEN MONTHS IN WHICH TO PAY THE BALANCE BIG REASONS WHY YOU a:.e. when ".he Fox film : Nifhtl in Hollywood," arthere next Sunday.


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1985
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^Announcements
JGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
1 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
VID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Ladies Sponsor
Purim Ball
rly services tonight begin at
and the late services at 8:16.1
or Schlachman will chant the
ces. The Rabbi will preach
[Whither Israel." Saturday
Ing the Rabbi will preach in
Yiddish on the portion of the week.
Minclia services begin at 4:1(0 and
are followed by the Chevra Thilim,
Shalosli Saudah and Maariv serv-
ice!. I
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Regular services begin at 5:45,
with the late services at 8:30, when
a lay speaker will deliver a brief
sermonctte in the absence of the
Rabbi. The usual congregational
singing and chanting will be en-
joyed. Saturday morning services
begin at it. Mincha services begin
at 5 p. m., with the Shalosh Saudah
following at 5:30 and Maariv at
6:15 p. m. Services are held! daily
at 8 a. in.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
The fourth lecture on Jewish
History will be delivered by Dr.
Kaplan tonight at services at 8:15
o'clock. The subject is "Israel
Growing to Maturity."
Saturday morning services be-
gin at 11 o'clock. The subject of
Dr. Kaplan's sermonctte will be
"Big Men."
The public- is cordially invited
to attend these services.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Are.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Regular late Friday evening,
services at 8:15 o'clock will hear
Rabbi Shapiro preach on "A Sad
Commentary on the Efficacy of
Prayer," in commemoration of the
World Prayer Day, which will be
observed internationally today.
Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assist.id
by the choir of Beth David, will
chant the services. Saturday morn-
ing Services begin at 8:30. The
Junior Congregation meets at
10:30. Sunday morning the Bar
Mitzva Club convenes for services,
followed by breakfast at 8.
Meetings are being held twice
weekly by the arrangements com-
mittee in charge of the fourth an-
nual Purim dance being sponsored
by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion on Tuesday evening, March
19th, at the Floridian Hotel, Miami
Beach. An excellent band of music-
will provide music for the danc-
ing, and entertainers from many
of the local night clubs will be
seen in song and dance numbers
during the evening. The proceeds
of this event will be used for the
Talmud Torah fund of the congre-
gation. In charge of arrangemerts
are Mesdames T. Kotkin and Mil-
ton Weiner as co-chairmen, Mes-
dames Nat Blumberg and Harry
Shulman in charge of tickets, Mes-
dames Moses Pallott, P. Berkowitv..
Max Rappaport, Julius Washer and
Mrs. N. Adelman on the general
committee. Messrs. E. Albert Pal-
lott, Nat Blumberg, P. Berkowitz,
N. Adelman, Max Rappaport, Max
Mintzer and H. M. Drevitch will
serve on the general committee as
representing the Congregation.
Prizes will be awarded for the best
mask costume depicting the spirit
of Purim.
Clothing
The attention of local residents
and tourists is directed to the fact
that for the past several weeks
young men have solicited residents
of this area, particularly the Shcn-
andoah section, for clothing, and
i have used the name of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau and Mrs. Sadye
(;. Rose, its executive secretary, as
having sent them. Through the
aid of its Rummage Sales Store
on Northwest Fifth St., the Bu-
reau clothes all its cases. In every
instance where these young men
have obtained clothing direct, it
has been subsequently found thai
the clothing has been sold. Ail
those solicited are urued to com-
municate with the Bureau before
giving any clothing, and in all
events to send the clothing to the
Rummage Sales Store, operated
for the benefit of the Bureau.
Tropical Park Jewish News
To Open Monday Around the
World
Tropical Park, awaiting the
opening of its lil-day meeting Mon-
day, is a picture of tropical beauty. Jewish Population of Poland De-
Under the direction of James Donn, | c,ines Two 1>cr Cent
head of Kxotic Gardens, the tall
hedges, varied shrubbery brought
WarsawA decline of two per
cent in the Jewish population of
in from the Everglades and the ,. ,. ,_ .. ..
... Poland is disclosed by the latest
vivid tropical flowers have been ,
. ... government figures. Previously
carefully trimmed and placed. L .. j i
_, Polish Jewry comprised eleven per
We are ready to race right ... ., f .
.,,,. ,,. cent of the entire population, but
now, declared William \incent
Dwyer, managing director, after
an inspection of the attractive Ca-
bles plant Wednesday.
now it comprises only nine per
cent. The decline is attributed by
the Jewish press to the steady emi-
gration of Jews and the increased
Morses have been working over ,. ,, ,, ,.
, birth rate of the Poles. The wave
of Jewish suicides and the reduced
Jewish birth rate are also believed
to be factors in this decline.
the re-surfaced racing strip, which '
horsemen vote one of the safest in
America. Between meetings the'
Hack was treated with a deep cov-
ering of rich marl and has been I
worked regularly until it is in ex- | Pe
cellent condition.
Cemetery Board
To Hear Charges
An important meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association will be held at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion next Wednesday evening,
March 13th, beginning at 8:15
o'clock. A financial report for the
past several months will be pre-
sented. At this meeting plans for
the work of the organization for
the future will be discussed. Com-
plaints against undertakers who
have permitted bodies to be
Shipped without the Jewish last
rites having been performed will
be acted on. Only members of
the board will be permitted to at-
tend.
Beach Synagog
To Dance Sunday
Every effort to insure one of
the outstanding events of the cur-
rent season is being made by the
arrangements committee in charge
of the annual ball sponsored by
Beth Jacob Congregation this com-
ing Sunday evening at the Florid-
ian Hotel, Miami Beach. Several
of the night clubs have promised
to contribute some of their best
entertainers to help make the eve-
n ng a gala event. Aiding in this
event are officers of the congre-
gation. Cantor Boris Schlachman
and officers of the Sisterhood.
Final Symposium
Next Tuesday
The fourth in the serie- of cul-
tural symposiums to be held in
this area will be conducted at Beth
David Synagogue next Tuesday
evening, March 12th, beginning at
S o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
preside. Local Rabbis will discuss
the causes and effects of anti-Sem-
itism and its remedies. This will
be the final meeting held for the
sc ason. The series of cultural
events, during which musical pro-
grams were presented, were held
under the auspices of the Rabbis
of Greater Miami, and were begun
with the idea o' creating an in-
terest in Jewish cultural matters
among the residents of Greater
Miami. The first of the series was
held at Temple Israel, the second
at Beth Jacob Synagogue and the
third at the Miami Jewish ortho-
dox Congregation. There are no
charges or collections at these
events. The public is urged to at-
tend.
B'Nai B'rith to
Meet Sunday
Much interest is being shown
throughout the district in the con-
vention of B'nai B'rith District
Grand Lodge No. 5, which will be-
gin on Sunday at Atlanta, Ga.
Many of those who are active in
its work will watch this convention
because of a number of important
problems that will be discussed.
Sunday evening, the opening day
of the convention, Dr. Abraham j
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 j
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
Palm Beach will send delegates,
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,
1). C, first vice-president; Hyman
Jacobs, Atlanta, Ga., second vice-
president; William Goodhart, Bal-
timore, Md., treasurer; Edwin L
Levy, Richmond, Vt., secretary;
II. A. Alexander, Atlanta, Ga.,
Constitution Grand Ix>dge 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.
The 5'Jth annual convention of;
Lodges of District Grand Lodge!
No. 5 of B'nai B'rith will be held I
ion March 10th and 11th at At-1
lanta, Ga., with headquarters at
.he Ansley Hotel. Representa-
tives of the 21 lodges of the dis-
trict will come from the District
o. Columbia, Maryland, Georgia,
Virginia, North Carolina, South
Carolina and Florida. More than
one hundred delegates will be ac-
companied by several hundred
members, according to advices re-
nents of Rumanian Numerus
Clausus Law
Applications are pouring in for
stabling accommodations. Super-
intendent Henry Collins has 840 Bucharest Dr. Julius Maniu
stalls available. In the list of ap- former premier and leader of the
plicants are included all leading. powerful Peasants party, assumed
stables which raced at Hialeah'the leadership of the forces op-
Park, including those of E. F. Sea- j posed to the establishment of a
gram, Mrs. J. II. Whitney, the numerus clausus for Jews in the
Greentree stable, Willis Sharpe professions, trade and schools
Kilmer. Walter E. O'Hara, G. D. when he denounced the pending
and J. E. Widener, Jack Howard numerus clausus law in a vigorous
and the Maemere stable. I speech. Charging that the numerus
Roll call for mutuels clerks will, clausus bill is an election maneu-
be held Sunday, announced Frank ver by the political opponents of
D. Schuyler, general manager, who the Tartarescu government, Dr.
also acts as director of mutuels. | Maniu asserted that the opposition
The Bahr gate will be used at is trying to obtain power on the
all starts, replacing the Waite' backs of the Jews. Although Dr.
gate. George Cassidy, starter at Maniu's speech is expected to con-
all New York tracks and at Hia-
leah Park, and his corps of assist-
ants will be in charge of the start-
ing.
solidate the government's support-
ers, the new anti-Semitic agitation
continues unabated. Immediate
confiscation of property belonging
Racing Secretary John B. Camp- to Jew- and its distribution among
well and his assistant, Francb needy Christians was demanded by
Dunne, arrived Thursday morning anti Semitic leaders in a second
from Biloxi. Pat Galligher has parliamentary debate on the nu-
opened the secretary's office and merus clausus law.
is in charge of registrations. Clerk
of Scales Bob Shelley will be at Protocols Trial to Open at Berne
Hialeah Park Saturday morning to in March
accept entries for opening day. ---------
Robert McAuliffe, secretary office Heine, Switzerland -The cele-
attache, got in from Chicago Wed- brated "Protocols of Zion" trial,
nesday. growing out of a suit by the Swiss
________________ Federation of Jewish Communities
~ ^ n aga nst Nazi leaders, will be re-
state Conference umed o March 12 is. The
T I J 1/1 i.* tr'a' '",f;''"' ':l11' '' >''"" but was
llOldS Meeting adjourned to enable the defense to
present the reports of experts.
Colonel Fleischhauer, Naxi expert
has presented a report of 800
pages.
Kugen Landau, President of Ililfs-
verein, Dead
A number of the executive board
of the Florida Conference of Or-
thodox and Conservative Rabbis
and Laymen were present at a
meeting held last Sunday evening
at the home of Mr. J. Louis
Shochet, secretary of the lay divi-
sion of the conference. Mr. B. J.
Cohen Oi Orlando presided. Plans
for the introduction of legislation
at the next session of the Florida
legislature were acted on, and a
committee to draw bills to be pre-
sented was appointed. An effort
will also be made to have Ma-
m in des Day observed throughout
.he slate during the month of
April. Some of the state colleges
,. ., t.overnment Education Budget
w.ll be visited by members of the
i n i_i_- -ii i j Exceeds 12.<().000
conference and Rabbis will lead in ,
., .. Jciusu.cm I he educational
the commemoration of the day.
___^^_^^^______^___^__ budget of the Palestine govern-
ceived by Hyman S. Jacobs of At- men. for 1936-36 period will ex-
lanta, who is general chairman of eed 2">0,000, it was learned here
.he convention. by the Palcor Agency.
BerlinGerman Jewry lost an-
other one of its veteran leaders
with the death here at the age of
eighty-three of Eugen Landau
president of the famous Hili'sver-
ein der Deutschon Juden. A promi-
nent philanthropist and banker,
Laudau was also vice-president of
h:> tie man section of the Keren
Hayesod.


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Friday, March 8, 1933

The Sunday school of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation is
rt'hi'iinsing several times weekly
under the direction of Mrs. Julius
Washer for the presentation of i
their annual Purim play. The play, I
"Purim High Jinks." will be shown
on Sunday afternoon, March 24th,
at 3 o'clock in the clubrooms of
the Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion and will show the modern as-
pects of Purim as viewed from
the eyes of youngsters. Tickets
are being sold for ten cents each
and will go to the Sunday school
fund of the congregation. Follow-
ing the presentation of the play,
the children will be guests at a
reception in their honor being giv-
en by the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the congregation.

Jeanette Teller entertained a
party of twelve in honor of her sis-
ter, Annette Zisner of New York
City, who is visiting here for a
month. After bridge was played,
a delicious midnight supper was
served.

Celebrating the birthday anni-
versary of Maurice B. Brotsky of
Hadassah, which will be held
Washington, D. C, Mrs. Stanley gram chairman, and Mrs. wis ^ B,ackstone Hotel next Tuesdi
Kallman of New York and Miami. Brown, hospitality fJ"lrmMl, M I ^^ ^ .g ^^ ^.^
entertained a group of friends at. her committee greeted gue ^ MegdBmei A,ex Gold8tdn ^
her home, among whom were Mr.
and Mrs. Louis C. Hayman, Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Brotsky, Judge
at the door.

The United Order of True Sis-
ters held a luncheon and program
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Jefferson B. Browne of Key West, 1 for the {ina] meeting last Wednes-
Mrs. Irving Abel of New York, Jaj. at tne William Penn hotel,
Mrs. Morris of New York and Mrs. yiiaml Beach. Among the artists
Terry Stein. After bridge deli-' were Eijzabeth Rarden, who sang
cious refreshments were served and the cara Nome" from Rigoletto;
the guest of honor cut the birth- RoDert Kistler in a violin solo,
day cake. "Caprice Viennoise," by Kreisler,
' and a reading by Mrs. Rose Baran.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cohen and ...
Mr. and Mrs. Ann Berger of Or- Alvin walder. manager of the
lando were visitors to Miami last Seventh Avenue Theatre, is being
Sunday. complimented on the excellent
vaudeville programs being present-
Quite a large audience attended (,(1 ,,y him every Tuesday and Fri-
the annual dance of Beth David (|av njghts at this theatre, excep-
- iterhood, which was held at th< tionxtl acts being shown regularly.
Frolics las'. Sun.lay night. A gojd-
|y sum was raised for the Talmud
Torah fund of the congregation.
seph Williamson, Milton \Vein
Max Kupferstein, Sam Simonhof
and B. H. London. Reservation!
may be made through any member
of the committee. An interestini
program will be presented.
An in f the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Ortho I x l ation will be
held next Tuesday night, March of the Donor's Luncheon for Senior
Uth. at the Synat and all
, Mr-. M. Reiner of New Orleans
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Vol 8No. 10
Dr. Sacerdoti
It is no exaggeration to say that not since the death of
Louis Marshall has world Jewry suffered such a tragedy in
the passing of one man as it did with the untimely death of
Dr. Angelo Sacerdoti, chief rabbi of Italy.
A scholarly rabbi of the old school who was steadfast in
his Orthodoxy, Dr. Sacerdoti rendered invaluable services
both to Italian Jewry and world Jewry.
Succeeding to the chief rabbinate at the age of 28, he
led Italian Jewry out of the isolation that had so long insu-
lated it from the main stream of Jewish life and by the force
of his great prestige and personality directed it into the
wide milieu of world Jewry.
Under his leadership Italian Jewry enjoyed an unpar-
alleled cultural and communal renaissance which was slowly
restoring to it some of its ancient glory as the oldest Jewry
on the European continent.
Perhaps his greatest service to Jewry was his modest
but extremely effective role of unofficial diplomat. Because
of his intimate friendship with Mussolini, Dr. Sacerdoti was
able to frustrate some of the more violent phases of Nazi
anti-Semitism and to mitigate the harshness of anti-Jewish
legislation in Fascist Austria.
As a Zionist he interested II Duce in Palestine. To his
close relations with the head of the Italian Government are
attributable the numerous pronouncements by Mussolini re-
pudiating the anti-Semitic phases of German Fascism.
Only 49 when he died. Dr. Sacerdoti had before him a
brilliant future as a leader of Israel. His untimely death is
a major catastrophe, for world Jewry can ill afford the loss
of such men as he in these parlous times.
Samuel Witten; legal aid obtained
for seven persons through Nathan
Schevitz and Joseph Wilensky.
Jacksonville News
Miss Robertine McLendon, Girl
Scout director for Duval county,
was the principal speaker at the
regular meeting of the Daughters
in Israel last Wednesday. The
luncheon bridge sponsored by Mrs.
E. Bhortstein will be held on
Wednesday. March 20th, instead of
the original date announced. The
annual Daughters of Israel Sab-
bath will be held at the Center
Synagogue tonight.
J for the benefeit of the Hebrew La-
' dies' Aid Society and was assisted
i by Mrs. Fletcher as co-chairman.
Saturday night the Junior
Daughters of Israel will hold a
Collegiate dance at 10 o'clock at
the Center. A floor show will be
one of the evening's features. Miss
Edith Wolfson is general chairman
of the arrangements committee.
Miss Clara Kramer of the Flor-
ida State College for Women spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Kramer.
Mrs. G. Margol was chairman
of the dessert bridge party held
A report of the activities of the
Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid So-
ciety and Home for the Aged was
made at a recent meeting of the
organization by Mrs. H. Rosen-
zva g, recording ami financial sec-
retary, it was announced last week.
There were 793 meals given to
hungry transients, 302 nights of
lodging provided, part fare aiding
21 transients to return home, $55
in rents paid for needy, $37.20
spent for stoves and fuel for
needy; Passover supplies were pro-
v.ded for the entire holidhy week
for eight at Raiford, nine families
I of 40, locally, and five at camp at
[a cost of $98.80; $199 on free loans;
; contributions made to many
worthy organizations; clothing col-
lected and distributed to 49 needy
persons; wires and cards of greet-
ing were sent to 173 friends and
members of the organization; med-
icine, hospital care and dental care
were provided for 17 persons, with
the generous aid of Dr. David N.
Schneider, Dr. J. V. Safer and Dr.
Newly elected officers of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center were
installed at the eighth annual ban-
quet last Sunday night in the so-
cial hall.
Officers installed were: Max Ru-
bin, president; David Moscovitz,
first vice-president; Benjamin Ba-
ker, second vice-president; Max
Rose, treasurer; Joseph S. Wilen-
sky, secretary; Joseph Ilackel, au-
ditor. Directors: Jacob Becker,
Philip Bork, Harry Finkelstein, S.
D. Kramer, M. C. Kass, Morris
Lasris, Oscar Magenzis, Max Mir-
kis, S. Selber, Ben Setzer, Fred
Soforenko, M. Scheinbaum, Alfred
Stein, Dr. J. T. Wilensky, Dr. Sam
Witten, Mrs. A. Sager, Mrs. Max
Rubin, Mrs. Ida Keldman. Asso-
ciate directors: L. M. Lieberman,
Montague Roseberg, Moe B. Safer,
Hymen Selber, A. Zoslow.
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis acted
as the installing officer and Max
Rubin was the toastmaster.
Rabbi Julius Washer of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion was the guest speaker of the
evening, coming t" Jacksonville
as the guest of the Center. Other
speakers were Mrs. Joseph Hacked,
president of the Daughters of Is-
rael, and Miss Edith Wolfson, pres-
ident of the Junior Daughters of
Israel. In charge of arrangements
was a committee consisting of
Messrs. Max Rubin, David Mosco-
vitz and Joseph Ilackel.
St. Petersburg
Notes
The first regular Friday night
service took place at the new syn-
agogue with a capacity crowd. Mr.
Max Steinberg, a lay cantor of
Cleveland, Ohio, chanted the ritual
and Rabbi Klcinfcld delivered a
sermon, "Religion in Action." An
appeal for more funds to complete
the building was generously re-
sponded to by the enthusiastic wor-
shippers. The annual cone it spon-
sored by the social committee of
the congregation was held Sunday
night, when all the professional
artists of the radio station, WSUN,
rendered a most elaborate program
of vocal and instrumental numbers,
accompanied by the entire WSUN
orchestra, under the leadership of
its announcer, Mr. Carl P'ritz, who
also acted as the master of cere-
monies. All seats and standing
room available were occupied.
Orlando Notes
Messrs. B. J. Cohen, H. N. Roth,
M. Segal and Sol Wittenstein will
leave today tdr Atlanta, Ga., to
attend the convention of the Fifth
District Grand Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, representing the local lodge.
Mrs. M. Safer, Mrs. J. Otten-
berg and Mrs. L. Fox are host-
esses for the Ladies' Auxiliary
bridge to be held soon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Safer have as
their guest Mr. Noah Goldberg of
Boston.
Freidkin, Rose Cohen, Philip Op-
per, Ruth Weintraub, Marvin Ess-
rig, Henry Gardner, Willie Oster,
Irving Peckett, Paul llaimoviiz,
Albert Aronovitz, Sammy Argin-
tar and Phil Haimovitz.
At the last meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Lodge a mock trial was pre-
sented.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sokol and son
of Birmingham, Ala., and' Mr. S.
Sokol of Cleveland were the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. Braver-
man.
Entertaining recently at bridge
was Mrs. G. Silverstein at the An-
gebilt Hotel, and Mrs. B. Halpern
at the Orange Court Hotel.
Burnet Roth, a graduate of the
local high school and at the Uni-
versity of Florida, was named as-
sistant to the chief compliance at-
torney of the New York office of
the NRA last week. He has been
attending New York University on
a banker's scholarship and has
been specializing in banking and
international law.
Among those visiting Gainesville
last week were Mr. and Mrs. M.
M. Segal and son, Miss Beatrice
Lieberman, Willie Lieberman and
Dorothy Baker, Rev. 1!. Safer-, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Safer and son,
Edwin, N, Goldberg and II. Fcl.l-
man,
Mrs, A. R. Berger and her sis-
ter, Miss Clara Wohl, entertained
recently at a reception in the crys-
tal room of the Floridan Motel to
honor their sister, Mrs. Max M.
Juster, who was married last
month and recently returned from
her wedding trip to the East. The
bride is the former Miss Sara
Wohl.
An orchestra furnjished music
throughout the afternoon and Mrs.
11. N. Sandier, accompanied by
Mrs. M. S. Hart, sang several
songs. Greeting guests at the
door were Mrs. I. Segal and Mrs.
M. Lew of St. Petersburg. Receiv-
ing were Mrs. A. R. Berger, Mrs.
M. M. Juster, iss Clara Wohl, Mrs.
J. Wohl and Mrs. I. Wohl. Assist-
ing in serving were Miss Shirley
Essrig, Miss Dorothy Shukoff of
Atlanta, Ga., Miss Ruth Simon.
Assisting in other capacities were
Mrs. I. Salsbury, Mrs. S. J. Chaite
and Mrs. B. S. Berger.
An ice course in white and green
was served, the heart-shaped cakes
iced in white.
Approximately 150 guests called
during the afternoon.
Miss Emily Winston of New Ro-
chelle, N. Y., is the guest of her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Maas.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Mortimer .luster February 26 at
the Tampa Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. X. Wolf of New
York are Bpending the winter here.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Feldman of
New York are the guests of Rev.
and Mrs. li. Safer.
Benjamin Chardkoff, 57, en-
gaged in the metal business here
tor the last 26 years, died last
Thursday night at bis home. Ib-
is survived by his wife, e BOns,
Dr. Moses Chardkoff, Chicago; Leo
Chardkoff, Tampa, and Abe Chard-
koff of Jacksonville, and a daugh-
te Mrs. S. Bryan of Jacksonville.
The funeral was conducted from
the home Friday afternoon with
Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating.
Burial was in Rodoph Sholom cem-
etery.
The sermon for tonight will be
"How to Strengthen Our Faith in
Religion."
Sunday, March 10th, the Judaic
Council will sponsor a movie and
package party for the benefit of
the building fund.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lefkowitz and
Mrs. S. Berger visited Miami last
week.
Tampa Notes
The second annual Purim ball,
sponsored by the Women's Auxil-
iary of Tempi*1 Rodoph Sholom
synagogue, will be held March 19
at the Tampa Yacht and Country
Club.
Mrs. A. M. Wolfson is general
chairman of the dance committee
and will be assisted by Mesdames
S. Marks, M. Schwartz, F. Perl-
man and Mrs. M. Stein.
I.ewisohn (Jets Second Divorce
From First Wife
On Wednesday, March l.'fth, the
social committee will give an in-
formal dance and entertainment at
the new auditorium, 1139 Arling-
ton ave.
Mr. N. Mnndel of Ocean Park-
way, Brooklyn, N. Y., and his fam-
ily, guests of Rabbi Kleinfeld for
the season, made a generous con-
tribution towards the building
fund. Mr. Theo Weil, a tourist
and a regular worshiper at B'nai
Israel, donated new Kosher dishes
for the kitchen.
The religious school pupils arc
being prepared to give a 2-hour
Purim play on March 17th, fol-
lowed by a Purim dance. The play,
entitled "Queen Esther," is a mu-
sical drama in four acts, which
requires a cast of twenty and a
Members of the Sunday school
will hold a Purim carnival March
17 in the auditorium of the syn-
agogue, when a king and queen
will be crowned.
The following have been nomi-
nated by the Sunday school: Ber-
nice Ichell, Dorothy Gardner, Lena
Wohl, Elinor Rosenthal, Ina Gotler,
Li ha Segal, Doris Chaite, Leonard
Gotler, Frank Cohen, Sorrel Wolf-
son, Henry Finman and Marvin
Aronovitz.
A three-act play, "The Belle of
Shushan," a story of Queen Esther,
will be presented the same night
by members of the Sunday school.
Those who will take part are Mar-
jorie Segal, Roberta Marks, Ev-
elyn Weber, Mildred Stoun, Bede
Steinberg, Francis Zbar, Roberta
chorus, was specially written and
composed by Rabbi Kleinfeld.
Juarez, Mexico Because of
doubt cast on the legality of a rab-
binical divorce granted him eleven
years ago in Poland, Ludwig Lew-
isohn, author and novelist, ob-
tained a second divorce here from
his first wife, Mary Arnold Child,
also a writer. Several months
after the granting of the rabbin-
ical divorce in 1924, Lewisohn mar-
ried his present wife, the former
Thelma Bowman Spear, a singer,
of Burlington, Vt., where the Lcw-
isohns now live.
Find 13th Century Jewish Cemetery
in Birthplace of Maimonides
MadridA thirteenth century
Jewish cemetery containing scon
of Hebrew-inscribed ^gravestones
has been uncovered in Cordova, the
city in which Moses Maimonides,
medieval Jewish sage and scientist,
was born in 1135.
SsRfiDIO
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 "The Essence of Knowledge Is
Doubt." There also will be pray-
ers, music, Scripture reading and
a question box.


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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
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Edited :y RABBI S M. MACHTEI
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SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOP. MIAMI. FLORIDA
Vol. V.
SUNDAY, MARCH 3. 1933
No. 12
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"Is God Good?
Sfriptu-f Readinj. GeSMsds. Chapter 1. Vena 1-5, Inclusive
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i great interest
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[s God good? The
pinion of that ii aal. every-
ordaii "Why should I t
I m for tl Inal to solve. A difficult
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rage ma is bis *-'
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need not g 'irsi ipter of the firs a th
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, ; cception of man. Mai
, ... _.. .-_ nbed:ence to these laws and demand that
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naught wl common good
Y : ask, -Is God good?" Car. you define goodness? Do men
igrc-e on
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"Beauty," sa I th< ; ag< i
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i" I- r, : _- :h:rV: f .'-.:-' What claims have
you n God? By t ipet -. Ip you set y ar-
it is good or evil? Since when do yon at*
God a interest in you an I your petty affairs
it than in the well-being of all His creatures, all His
things I : u are. tc yourself, the center of al! the
.--. God i ler : q? Because you place your desires
vom ar. i reacti -. n the front rank of your
rt n f gn it life, must Goi also do so? Would you
Father f all the Universe, turn His back on all the
and creatures without Dumber, their needs in common.
nat? to distort t t fe. to make them conform to your
f good and evil?
Go- i and foa i s >"u -- them. In God's
red tl f life, had you i formed :o
mtered ntness Fa ng lift I
It means studying thi la* i, earni: g
with them. Ar. i. when, in the
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it i i i singled you it to tease you or 1 hurt : u
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art : the God f AIL Y u
g God for yourselfyours, and yours alom
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;. j board a bus y io not
at : or door. You d< i
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must be followed. Yet. whilt j i
not order the I hangi : -; bai
:' the universe to avo i
w can you be
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whei ~ some misfortune
befa i I hear did God do this?' I tell j a,
far ai I say, in terms that may
to the ignorant. "God had nothing to do witl
ave been established by God. The n is op-
ra. Neither you nor I can alter them. We will not
succeed :'. we fry I fight hem. We must live by them, in accordance
o".at:on of these laws, or of one of them, brines its
-*--. It would be a sorry world if such were not the
case. There must be '.aw and] oHr.
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iday, March 8, 1J35
'S0C14TY-
At the late services of Beth Da-
Id Synagogue tonight, memorial
payers will be recited in memory
Catherine Gescheidt, Abraham
Blackman, Katie Fine and Mau-
ce Rosen.

| Beth Jacob Sisterhood is spon-
ftring a Purim play in which the
pildren of its Sunday school will
krticipate on Sunday, March 17th,
ginning at 3 p. m. Mrs. David
! Rosenbloom is coaching the play,
*Paper Hats." Following the play
and program refreshments will be
served to all the children.
*
An address on "Burdine's Na-
tional Advertising Program, the
How and Why of It," was given
before the Miami Advertising Club
Tuesday by C. Gordon Anderson,
advertising director of Burdine's,
who was in charge of the entire
program.
From December 1, 1934, to Feb-
iry 15, 1935, a total of 78 Bur-
iii- advertisements appealed in
tional magazines, he said, at a
^t of $86,000 to $38,000.
Mi. Anderson emphasized that,
excepting the Doherty interests,
Burdine's is the largest single na-
tional advertiser in the city of
Miami.
Through its national advertising,
he added, Burdine's has become a
national institution, known for the
style and quality of its merchan-
dise
( i'ion of prestige in the New
York market is one of the out-
standing results of this advertis-
ing, enabling Burdine's to get
quicker shipment of merchandise
during the winter season, and also
shipments of specially designed
merchandise from many manufac-
turers who use Burdine's as a test-
ing laboratory for spring and sum
mer merchandise.
"Burdine's 36 years of experi-
ence enables us to predict numbers
that will enjoy a popular volume
of sales from four to six months
thereafter," said Mr. Anderson.
Many instances of merchandise
designed by Burdine's, such as
bathing suits and articles of re-
sort wear, were cited by Mr. An-
derson, which enjoyed phenomenal
national success.
* *
Mrs. J. Engler is general chair-
man of the annual Purim Dinner
sponsored by Beth David Sister-
hood on Sunday, March 17th, at
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall.
*
Mrs. Lena Simon, past matron
of Kmunah Chapter, O. E. S., who
was named at the last meeting of
the chapter by Mrs. Nancye Rick-
ard, worthy grand matron of Flor-
ida, as grand representative of
Ohio, will be guest of honor at the
next meeting of the chapter Thurs-
day. March 14th. at the Scottish
Iiit*- Temple, with Mrs. Clara Fine,
worthy matron, presiding.

Mr. Herman Knson, 'who had
been visiting his brother-in-law,
Rabbi s. M. Hachtei, for the past
ten weeks, returned to New York
City last Monday.
* *
The mighty Whisk is back on the
throne. Just 32 seconds after the
starter had sprung the box for
the 5-16 eighth race at West Flag-
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
ler Wednesday night, Red Whisk
was nodding to the judges, two
full lengths in front of Police
Court, the Oswald star. The great
Little Ranger ran over all the rest
of them to finish a strong third.
It was Red Whisk and Police
Court out there alone, with neither
giving or asking favors. They
bumped slightly at the first turn,
but neither was thrown off stride.
Whisk grabbed a lead of about a
length on the back stretch, but
Police Court crept up rounding the
turn.
But once headed for home the
Whisk was letting no dog pass
him. He simply ate space with
tremendous strides. It was a tired
Police Court which stepped in a
well beaten second. Little Ranger,
after a rough passage out of the
eight hole, ran over dogs in the
stretch to place third.
As expected, the attendance
picked up considerably with the
return of warm weather, and the
racing fans have been rewarded
with exceptionally fine cards. Bill
Rice, racing secretary, is being
complimented on the expert classi-
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fication of the dogs bringing them
into many close and exciting fin-
ishes. Even better racing and
larger attendance is expected as
the racing season nears its closing
on April 1st, next.
*
Rabbi Julius Washer of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is on a brief business trip to
New York and will return to the
city the latter part of next week.
*
The annual Purim dinner is be-
ing sponsored by Beth David Sis-
terhood at its Talmud' Torah Hall
for Sunday evening, March 17th,
beginning at 6:30 p. m. In addi-
tion to the dinner, at which a pro-
gram of entertainment will be pre-
sented, cards and other games will
be enjoyed during the evening.

Sunday morning, March 24th, the
children of Beth David Sunday
school will be the guests of the
Sisterhood at a Purim party be-
ing arranged for them. A purim
pay will be presented under the
direction of the rabbi. Following
the program refreshments will be
served.
* *
Following a cocktail party at
the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
Miami unit of Junior Hadassah
tendered an officers' ball for mem-
bers and their escorts at the Black-
stone hotel, Miami Beach, which
was the culmination of a member-
ship drive. Miss Fannye Schwartz,
president of Southern region of
Junior Hadassah, and Miss Char-
lotte Weinkle, past president of
Southern region, were honor
guests. Miss Schwartz is making
a tour of the Southern units.
* *
A meeting of Junior Hadassah
will be held next Monday evening,
March 11th, at the Talmud Torah.
A Purim program will include a
debate and skit. All old and new
members are asked to l>e present.
* *
Mrs. Jack Brechner and daugh-
ter, Marylin, who were visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Schcol-
nik, left last Saturday for their
home in New York afte a ten-
week stay here.
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