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The Jewish Floridian ( April 14, 1933 )

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wJewisti Florid tin Vol.6. No. 15. 1 ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, I RIDAY, APRIL 14, 1933. Price live Cent! i Beth David To Final Cemetery Bnai Brith Will Announcements; Give Play Sunday Settlement Made Entertain Public White Ma ^ ic MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) IMS S. W. Third Street JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi The usual Friday night services will begin at 6 p.m. with the late unices at 8-iO p.m.. when the rabbi %  HI pnach. Saturday morning serin at i) a.m.. and during the services Jerry Rieger. the son of ||r and Mrs. D. Rieger. will be Bar .Mitzva." Following the readm .. (ii the Maftir the rabbi will speak, as will the Bar Mitzva. A reception will be held by the parents ol i In 1 Bar Mitzva following the I'll.' final days of Passover will be ushered in Sunday night at 6 p m. Monday morning services begin a! 9 a.m. and the rabbi will preach on "Does It Pay to Forget?" Vi/kor or memorial services for the dead will be held on Tuesday morning and Immediately preceding the memorial services at 10:30 Rabbi Caplan will preach on "The Wandering Souls." Those desiring prayers for their departed aie urged t<> send their names in to the synartol later than Sundaj al i noon. Sunday morning. April 16. the annual Children's Sader of the Beth David Sunday school and Talmud Torah will be conducted under the supervision ol Rabbi Max Shapiro with Jerome Weinkle. one of the pupils, directing the ceremonies. Following the Sader a play, "Pa over Rehearsal." will be presented by the children under the direction ol Mrs Harry OUphant. who coach Rayvis. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Cunnervative) 139 N. W. Third Airnuc MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi The early services begin at ti p.m. with the late sen Ices al 8 I i p. m, Rabbi Shapiro will preach on A New struggle lor Freedom." Louis Hayinan will chant es and will be assisted by idr, The lip.ai Passover days will begin at services Sunday eve6 p.m. Monday morning the -services begin at 8:30 when the rabbi will preach in English immediprecedlng the Yiskor or raemorlal services which will begin a' 10 o'clock. Saturday morning, Milton Zohn. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sophie Zohn, will be Bar Mitzva and will recite the Maftir and deliver an addn Children Hold Annual Sadei annual Children's Sader ol he pupils of the Sunday school and Talmud Torah ol the Miami Jewish I egatlon was held las; iundl n with Rabbi J I Caplan directing the ceremonies. : demonstrated the r ii;. i ( 'liomav / r In Kiddusl ill the children. Oscar Rnppaporr recited and ranslated the "Ho Lachmo." '( %  : rannenbaum the "Ma Nishanc." Martin Greenberg the "Avonu." the Four Sons by and Morty 1 the Ten Pli by Emanuel Seitlln Pi ach" by Harvey Levin. "Matzo" by Marcie Adelman, "Morr< bj St ymour Silver, the "Shfoch Chamoscho" by Gerald Shulan. Tht i iadyo, th( i • and othT songs oi the Sader were sung by all the children. More than 75 children were in attendance In charge oi arrangements was a committee representing the Ladies' auxiliary oi the congregation, headed by Mrs. [da Buckstein, pas' president, who ted by Mrs Charles Tanmbauni and others. After more than nine months' negotiations an agreement was concluded with the Woodlawn Park Cemetery Company last Thursday morning by a committee representing the Greater Miami Jewish Ccmi.ssociation. Under the terms of the agreement deed for a substantial portion of the Jewish section of the Woodlawn cemetery was immediately taken and an agreement provides for title being given to the association for the balance of the cemetery plot as principal payments are made. By the agreement a substantial reduction In the original purchase price was effected and interest for the unpaid purchase price was reduced 50 per cent. The sum of $1,500 was paid in cash at the time of the settlement, of which $500 was contributed by the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes for this purpose. By a resolution recently adopted, these desiring to purchase family plots in the cemetery will be given this opportunity for the next 30 mi. • and deed will be delivered upon payment ol the purchase price Mr. I. L. Mintzer Is president i I the Greater Miami Ji wish Cemet i association, and Ml R. Yui president ol the Sisterhood oi Chi (1 Shel Ernes. Mr. Harry I Upton rep ntativi ol the association, In effecting the ment. The local Bnai Brith lodge will sponsor what promises to be one of the gala entertainments of the current season at Beth David Talmud Torah hall next Tuesday evening April 18, when a program replete with musical numbers and other amusements will be presented. Following the program refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. This is one of a series of affairs that will be given to the pub lie free of all charges to acquaint Miamians with the work of the organization. Farewell Event to be Given Here CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Waohington Ave.. Miami It.-,. >< Fisher Excuses Jewish Children liar early services will begin • at 6 p.m.. with the late ser8:15 p.m. with Cantor Boris hman conducting the services banting. Mr. Moonya Zhltomprominent journalist, will In Yiddish at the late services on Religion. What Is It Good For?" rial day.oi Passover will be 'i In Sunday evening at 6 p. '" Monday morning the services B a m. and a prominent layrill address thi em n ay, Cantor Schlachman will harge ol the Yiskor or meervlces, preceding which an .' ill be delivered by Mr Llberman, president of the a:ion. and prominent communal worker. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi Services will be held tonight at %  :15, The AZA. which is the junior "'"ainzation of the Bnai Brith. will n ve charge of the services. Several of the members will give short talks an ingement with Rabbi Jonih E. Caplan 11 'he Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation, and I i. \ l I i holidays will b will not b m and will not • their exemptions xaminations Mr Cl arl< M %  for Hade county, made thi an ar ahe haIn tin .::., in recognition o: i the Jewish chlldre i %  m B or ;:,:erestiny Jewish topics. The Ol the club is to have the : boys between the ages of 16 .),! 2'. come together and enjoy a religious and so<>al life together. on Sunday evening at 8:15. April 16. there will be services In Temple Israel, and on Monday morning there will be services in Temple Israel al 11 P'. Religious school Sunday from 10 until noon. Yiddish Play To Be Presented Yiddish loving theatre goers will have the opportunity of seeing one ol the best known plays produced or. the Yiddish-speaking stage when "My Yiddi.-he Mama" will be pesented at the Civic theatre Sunday. April 16. by a cast headed by Josef Kaminsky of New York City. Tickets have been set low enough to (liable everyone to attend and the popularity of Kaminsky, who will iia %  ,. %  the leading role In the play, insures a well-acted presentation cf a play that is known for not only its damatic episodes, but its co:ndj Ituations and song hitKi minsky will be supported by a cast i of local tali nt who are popular with .lie local Yiddish en kl In the ire Mrs. F. Slaviter Mi Goldman. Harry Rose. Harry (. and the well known v: A. Goldman. According to reservations that are now being received. qisHc a largl audience will attend the farewe banquet being tendered Rabbi Lazarus Axclrod of Miami Beach nexl Tuesday evening. April 18. at the Nemo hoi.'!. Miami Beach. Mr Jacob Becker, vice president tl e Beth Jacob congregation, o, which Rabbi Axelrod was rabbi until in.resignation recently. i. man ol the arrangements committee directing the banquet. Ol members of the committee prominent tourists and residents o Miami Beach. The banquet being tendered Rabbi Axelrod in recognition of hi : ;! services to the Greater Ml ami community which he served fci two yearwhile rabbi ol Beth Jacob Miami Beach. It is expected that Rabbi Axelroc will make an important announcement of interest to local Jew ry In particular in his farewell address at this banquet. Reservations to attend this farewell banquet may be made with Mi Becker, with the Hotel Nemo or with any member of the committee. Welfare Bureau Provides Food J ewish Citizens To Investigate Though the demands on its reare becoming heavier day. particularly on ai count Passover holidays, the local Jewl > %  bureau, remembered the Jewish prisoners now in the c jail in Miami and Is pro< kill dally with food. Includln The prison of Jev : 'AH" wei %  '. tnl ed States from Cuba, the majorit;, of whom are Palestinians. By arrangement wuh She: ill Dan Hurdle. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executh secretary of the Jewish Well are bureau, was given permission to provide for these prisoners, a i It is with a supercilious lift of an all-too-lcgical eyebrow that the rationalist is wont to regard the revelation of mysticism. Creator of natural laws and inventor of scientific hypothesis, he knows no exceptions; all mysticisms are mystifying; they do not sit on syllogisms and are therefore foundationless all Immune to parable and impervious to metaphor, he condemns every philosophy which he cannot understand as being either the forgery of a fakir or the document of a lunatic. Attributing insanity to works mystical, he forgets that "true genius is to madness close allied." and imputing base motives to the poets of the esoteric, he commits the unpardonable offense of mistaking the Veil of the Schechina for the Mask ol Mephistopheles. Most certainly there have been imposters and mountebanks, who, uttering the abracadabra of mystiei-m. have deluded millions with their polished obstruosities and their manufactured inspirations. Too true is it that mysticism is very frequently no more than complex* garbed in ritual, incoherency puffing with artificial afflatus, unintelligibility wearing a halo When one considers the thousands who have been duped by the theosoprm of imposters. one justly hcsiia before losing oneself in the labyrinths of any proffered mysticism. But there are exceptions. One of these is the Zohar. Condemned as the forgery of Moses d Leon of the thirteenth century, the debate as to its authenticity has waxed furious for ages. Did Simeon ben Yochai really write it. as the orthodox Cabbalisis would have us believe, or is it the product of a later day. as Leon de Modena and Jacob Emden argue? The point is not important. Dr. Bension. regretting this theological altercation, presents a compromise whereby, in an extremely interesting and scholarly chapter, he seeks to prove that the Zohar was revealed and develop?d in the garden of Spanish mysticism in the Middle Ages, in fine that the Zohar is an anthology between whose pages are pressed the still fragrant flowers, culled from the gardens of three continents: Africa. and it.Seraitit decalogue. Asia and its Babylonian Talmud. Europe and Its mediaeval mysticism. Thi markable comparisons between the work of the Spanish mystics and the Zohar. which he oilers In cataI and convincing form lend color to his contention Indeed, in an age where tin of ma drowns oul small voice, it is gratifying to behold worthy descendant of Ben Chasdai of Barcelona, trafficking in spiritual. It Is with poetic nony, as becomes a Spa Jewish grandee that he ushers us into the goodly company of Simeon b. n Yochai. and to his talk of anA committee consisting of Jewish. citizens ol Miami is now being formed for the purpose of Investigating the qualifications of local candidates for the office of the city commission of Miami. The commit-athered daily into one large cell to ., ( ,._ ult neaven i y ministers and to tee will render a report and will then submit thus report without comment to the voters of Miami. In cases where anti-Jewish feeling has been expressed, as has been reported In the c^.se. of several of the local candidates, the committee will afford the candidate an opportunity i to explain his stand, and if necessary. will openly campaign against any position of trust in the cosmosuch candidate on the ground that politan city of Miami. observe the Passover. In addition to providing this special food, the Jewish Welfare bureau has provided advice and iega help for these iamii % % %  -' %  his anti-Jewish stand is un-American and disqualifies him to occupy his Juggling of planets and his music of the spheres. When he loosens the shutter from the groove ol the Window of the Righteous 'here is flung open to our gaze til Magic casements, opening on the foam Of perilous seas, in faery lands forlorn (Continued on Paje Six!



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLOR IDI AN Friday, April u. i 9)J "Pharaoh" will be the subject of the lesson of the Bible class under the direction of Rabbi S. M ACachtei at the home of Maj, Kaufman Mandel. 3012 S. VV. Eighth street, at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Rabbi Machtei will dlSCUSS the events leading up to the ten plagues which were visited upon the Egyptian i: you believe that man Is not a treeagent" and. therefore, should not be punished for his Will interest you. The <'.'.-is open to the public and I •o Jews alone. d( d the finest mj melodrama ever brought to the screen. "Doctor X." a Pirsl National technicolor picture, comes to the Tivoll theatre next Sunday and Monday. Boasting an all-stai headed • Tracy, famous for er roles: Lionel Atwill. famous stage -tar; Fay Wray, Preston Foster, John Wray and many others. "Doctor X also has the distinction of being the first mystery screen story with thrills, comedy and romance combined. tor X" is adapted from the play of the same name by d W. Com :.d Allen C. iwas din cted by Michael director of "Alias the Doc: and other screen successes, and adapted by Rober: Tasker and Earl Baldwin. iTIVOLI I W, I hn-l.r at th Phone 2-3353 • I Sunda> and Munda>. April It-I7 j JOE E, BROWN in "Fireman Save Mv Child" She only a fireman'-* dauuhtrr. bu! ho> wan *he hoi! Royal Typewriters Newjind PactOTJ Itehuill Portable*. S29.50 Jo S60.00 B. W. TIIACKER, Local Dealer 210 N. E. 2nd SI. Phone 2-01 IS The story is said to be replete with thrills and surprises, as well as the clever comedy of Lee Tracy, who plays a newspaper reporter. This time he attempts to run down a series of sensational murder mysteries, with considerable success "Doctor X" comes highly i> mended as a mystery comedy, affording the most unusual sen tertainment offered In a long The regular bi-weekly card parly of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held next Wednesday afternoon, April 19. beginning at 2 p.m.. home of Mrs. Milton Weiner. 1040 s. W. Thirteenth avenui members and fri nd are urged to attend. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will i rved. • > Mr. E. E. Carter, formerly a ber of the Gautier funeral servii be pu I hi and interest of the Gautier In the funeral home operated by thl m and will now opera!:the homi as the Carfer funeral service ;•< ">14 I % % %  Mr. Carter has ilished a very splendid reputation in Miami for fair dealing and ous and considerate treal Evi ry facility to aid thi be: avi d In thentime si n is inured by the reputation i I Mi Cart thi adIts auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish atl t thl le next Tui day eveApril 18, at 8 p.m. At this meeting the nominating committee i recommend officers for the ccmyear will be announced. All mi mbers are urged to attend. • • %  Beth David Sisterhood will hold an important meeting next Wed\ afternoon, April 18. beginning at 2 p.m.. at winch time the .eport of its nominating committee will be received and officers will be d for the coming year. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president ol the Sisterhood, urges that all members pay their dues in order to be eligible to vote. FISHING TACKLE AT Bargain Prices TARPON TACKLE SHOP 79th Street Just Bast of HiHiaynr illvd. Live Poultry and Choice Fruits and Vegetables Prices Right MRS. A. WALL fi.">-fi6 City Terminal Market S. W. 2nd Av*. and 2nd St. HOME SERVK I LAUNDRY Mrs. Clara IJ. Kersey, Prop. 1225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5G54 SPECIAL 20 lbs. Rough Dry, S1.00 Flat Work Finished MAXWELL HOUSE There h A Reason! Wc aro Horvinif a ] : than J00 guests attended the Sader red by Temple Israel at Kaplan hall last Monday i Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan oflicld by several ol mbers ol the religious school irge of arrai i wen a committee consisting il Mrs P Scheinberg, Mrs. Julius Mi B. L. Reisi • • • : the Junior Council ol Jewish Women will be held at I i de Leon nexi Tuesday evening, April IH. al which a very Interesting pro-ram will be presented with Miss Harriet [Cantor in charge Dr, Jacob n Kaplan will speak and a musical am will precede the hour. bridge party ol Senior Hadassah held at the Belvedere hotel. Miami Beach, las! Thursday afterI noon, was attended by a lame number of tourists ami residents. Quite a tidy sum was realized and Passover refreshments wen served. In charge of arrangements were a committee consisting Ol Mrs Isidor Cohen. Mrs. Louis Roth. Mrs L. Axelrod. Mrs. B. Weinkle. Mrs. M. Wesi son. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. Mrs Max Dobrin and Mrs. p. Stoeckel. Senior Hadassah will hold a donors tea at the home of Mrs. Joe Williamson, 1444 Meridian avenue, Miami Beach .on Monday afternoon, April 24. which will be open to those who have earned thenquota Jark Kruit. M>r. We Deliver for Hadassah work. All desiring to attend are urged to communicate With the hostess. • • • Beth David Sunday school teachers are sponsoring a benefit bridge at the Beth David Talmud Torah Wednesday evening. April 26, for 1 the benefit of the library fund. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served, The public Is Invited to attend. Another of the series ol public cultural Sabbath teas will be held nexl Saturday afternoon at the home Ol Mrs. Joseph Williamson ill Miami Beach. The Rlch-fio iramna contest enabling Clever boys and girls t" eani cash prizes for a little work is still on and will not close until April 30. Many local Jewish boys and cirls ilready sent In their letters. The William Penn Hotel restau rant, now under the manageme M „i Fred Maurer. well known Miami res taurateur. is becoming more ani more popular with local resides | since the inauguration ol it s break! fast specials, lunch and moderately | priced dinners. Every effort is made i lo serve the patrons with the bes; of seasonable foods at prices thai are far below the real value ol the splendidly prepared meals. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei, loimder and director of the Radio Synago preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock on Sunday morning on -The Living Dead, or the Dead-living." Leonard 7obln will deliver the sermonette on "Building Character." in addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns and a question box. Place The Right Men In Office In placing the name Oi Robert R, Williams, belter known to his many friends as "Bob." before the voters as a candidate for the Miami City Commission, citizens ol Miami urge that the city cannot rei stablish Its credit and solve the bond situation unless able men. unselftsh, and unlinked to special Interests, are places) In office Mr Williams who served faithfully, honestly, impartially and ably as Justice oi the peace for several years, was born thirty-nine yearJ_ ; is married and has lour children. For a number of years he gaged m the wholesale candy and paper business as well as in the tate bu ines He Is the organizer and Is now the presidi the Riverside Improvement Association, one ol the most potent facd in the city ol Miami today. lie was one ol the i organizers and Is now a director of the Public Utilities Protective League which has been active In the light to reduce the utility rate in the city. In making his campaign, Mr. Williams Is urging a sane course In adjusting the bond situation now existing here, and I that an honest effort to have the bondholders receive payment commensurate with the city's ability to pay. without repudiation of the bonds, will solve the problem He favors the reduction of the utility rates, as evidenced by his work with the Public Utilities Protective League, and a reduction m taxes brought about by a reduction In government costs, in urging the election of "Bob" Williams as city commissioner his friends urge — VOTE FOR ROBERT R. WILLIAMS FOR CITY COMMISSIONER of MIAMI and be assured ol "representation In the city's management In the Interests of all the people." BISGAYNE TENT & AWNING CO. l\< ORPORAl I U Awnings for the Better Homes at Prices to Please You TENTS, BAILS, FLAGS LAWN and GARDEN Fl'RNlTl KE ANYTHING MADE OF CANVAS 241 S. \\\ 6th St. _:_ i.h ()IK 2-3602 ARE WE,, pins faith with those who trust us, arc wc living up to our obligations if we risk their future happiness by ignoring the problems that would arise for them if, some day, wc did not come home? Life Insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern Health & Life Insurance Policy on each one is necessary to protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK, Manager SI0 Realty Hoar.l Bids. Phone 2-3419 1 Vote For I OR JACK MALTZIE CITY COMMISSIONER The Working Man's Friend' i WOW you can buy BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a [trice that fits your bockttbooU PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TH ST. Alexander Orr, Jr*, Inc. „ JRgzg*** and **"*& "" ,6,h *'• • •*•• MM 45 N. W. ,1rd if. Phon, *41 I



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m.hv. April 14, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN IM H1.ISHKD EVERY FRIDAY by the % %  WISH KLORIWAN PUBLISHING CO. "" P. O. B. 7I Miami. Florida Phone 2-118.'! BXBCUTIVR OFFICES: Ili-U 8Crit Bid*. Phone 2-8193 EDITORIAL OFFICES: Cl S. W. 1.1th Avenue I'hone 2-1I8J j. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor AWARD CARI.IN. Adverlininit Manager PIED h. SHOCHF.T. Circulation Manner KniiTil u seconil claim matter July 4. the Port Office at Miami, Florida. [he Act of March 8. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH OFFICE 114 Einhlh Street Mr.. M. Schrebnick. Reprenentatlre ajl Mantki one Year St list RIPTIO.N J 1.11(1 12-00 FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1933. Vol. 6. No. IS. German Situation At a Glance ill As a result of representations made by various Jewish bodies. Secretary ol Slate Cordell Hull cabled ;. the American ambassador at Ber.m to make a thoroughgoing invesn Ol the cruelties practiced upon Jews. This report was not confined to the attacks upon Amer.... ci Izens but included atrocities to ail Jews in the country. -' The American Federation ol Labor, the International Catholic Truth society, the American League lor Human Rights, the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ ,n America and numerous similar bodies adopted resolutions condemning indignities to Jews in Germany, and calling upon enlightened public opinion in Germany to force d to the deploiable conditions. AJired E. Smith, Newton D. Bak8< ...dor Royal S. Copeland. President William Green—of the Fed"lanon ol Labor, and former United States Attorney General Oeorge W. Wlckersham were among those who •-r.ed a statement issued by the r New York Interfaith committee denouncing "the present acts of aggression, injustice and violence toward .Jews in Germany. We appeal 'o them to prevent these attacks all that civilization has tained for tolerance and undcr•tanding since the Dark Ages. To ls our solemn appeal and protest '•'• add our deep expression of sympathy for those who have been the nctlnu ol this violence, and our decooperate with our Jewish fellow-citlsens in the relief and the protection of their Jewish brethren m Germany." The state department also recelv'' a copy of the protest drawn up "J the International Catholic Truth Moiety, in which it was said: "The 'went nationalistic madness ol Hitter, directing its fury against thousands of native-born German Jews, should arouse the righteous indignation of every lover of humanity and ol every believer in the brotherMod ol man throughout the world. The United States should assume kadership in a world-wide humanitarian protest and demand that the Hitler regime, which represents no •KOT than 52 per cent of the Ger"•an electorate cease its inhuman a nd uniiationalistic furies." '• Congressman Emanuel Celler J of Brooklyn and Representative J hn j. Douglas of Massachusetts introduced measures in the house of te Presentatives at Wasliington call"* upon the American government 10 adopt a formal protest against •Hacks upon Jews in Germany. The Solutions were referred to the ForTHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three elgn Affairs committee, after a brief discussion in the house, during which Tom Blanton of Texas declared that American people in Germany ought to be home. They ought not to be over there, where they can create a new animosity between that government and our Own." Unanimous consent to insert into the Congressional Record data affecting the Jews of Germany was refused by Congressman Louis McFadden of Pennsylvania, after Congressman O'Connor of New York had asked for the routine permission. Republican Leader Bertrand Snell also took the position that insertion of such documents in the Congressional Record might "embarrass us." The Douglas resolution which the Foreign Affairs committee will consider provides "that the president of the United States be and la hereby authorized and directed to inform the present Hitler government of Germany that the people of the United States view with concern the tyrannical methods employed, and express the hope of the people of the United States that a more humane policy be adopted by the Hitler government and also one in accordance with the democratic ideals the Jewish people have cherished In the past." 4 > The movement to urge Lhe United States government to ease its immigration restrictions in order to permit the entry of the persecuted Jews r>i Germany was crystallized in Washington when Congressman Samuel Dickstein, chairman of the house immigration committee, introduced a resolution ordering the revocation of the department ol state edict of September 8. 1930. requiring American consuls abroad to inspect prospective immigrants rigidly. The resolution, which was referred to the immigration committee, states that "as a result of the religious and political persecution In Germany, hundreds of children, wives and parents ol American citizens have been driven to other parts oi the world. In spite of the fact that their American families in the United States are well able to protect and cue lor said relatives. Action recommended In the Dickstein resolution was also urged by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, honorary president ol the American Jewish Congress, who had come to Washington in company with Bernard S. Deutsch, president of the congress, to see Undersecretary of State Phillips and to recommend Immediate action by the American government in the form ol investigation and protest. Alter his conference with lhe state department. Dr. Wise issued a statement in which he said: •We think it will not be long before our government will have authentic data with respect to the indignities and outrages on the part of the Hitler government against the Jews In Germany. We take it for granted that, while the Information may come through our representatives in Germany, the embassy will not rely on official sources which can hardly be expected to be Belfincrimlnatory. I cannot remember Jewry being so wrought up against anything happening to American Jews as the sudden reversion on the part of a great and cultured and liberty-loving people to practices which may mildly be characterized as medieval.'' In appearing before the house immigration committee. Dr. Wise urged the revocation of the state department order which makes practically impossible the reuniting of separated families. "There is a certain large sum of money which goes lrom American citizens who within live. ten. twelve or fifteen years have become citizens, toward the support of those who they are in morals and decency bound to support, about $29,000,000." Dr. Wise said. "It would seem to me that it was a matter of economy quite apart from grounds of humaneness, and it would seem wise, economically speaking, to permit the reunion of these families. With respect to the victims of persecution. I need hardly say, as Americans, as Jews, we are very much disturbed over what seems like nothing less than an attempt, if not physically to destroy, at least economically and morally to exterminate the Jewish people, or great numbers of the Jewish people, in Germany." Various national Jewish organizations called upon their branches and members in all parts of the United States to write to representatives and senators at Washington urging 111 revocation of the order forbidding the union of families; '2> some form of official protest against anti Semitic excesses in Germany. I6l The boycott movement against German products of all kinds and against German shipping took on increasing importance as scores of firms in New York City and in other large centers cancelled orders for cloth, dyes, artificial flowers, toys and other goods. North German Lloyd officials admitted that there had been an appreciable drop in the number of passengers using their vessels for Germany. Recipes for the Jewish Family THE Fancy Cake One cup matzo meal, two teaspoons baking powder, two cups almonds, chopped fine; eight eggs, beaten separately; one and onefourth cups sugar, one teaspoon orange extract, one-fourth teaspoon 1 salt, one lemon, grated rind and juice. Beat together the egg yolks and sugar until light. Add grated lemon ; rind and juice, and orange extract. Mix together the meal, salt and baking powder and add; next add j the nuts, then fold in stiffly beaten whites. Bake for one hour at 325 degrees, or bake in two layers for 50 minutes at 325 degrees. Honey Kisses Two egg8, six egg yolks, one teaspoon sugar, matzo meal 'to makehard enough to roll — about one and one-half cups>. one and one-half pounds honey 'two cups), one cup sugar, one cup chopped almonds. Mix eggs, egg yolks, one teaspoon sugar, and matzo meal. Roll out to about one-half inch diameter, and cut in one-half inch lengths. Bring honey to boiling point, then pour in the cut dough. After it has cooked for 15 minutes, add sugar and almonds, and let cook for about another half hour over a low lire, stirring often to prevent burning. Test by putting one of the kiss) In cold water; if it sinks to the bottom of the cup. cook a while longer: but if it stays on top of water, it is done. Pour candy out into buttered pan and when cool enough to handle, take up each ball and the surrounding candy and rol' together. Wrap the pieces in waxed paper. This recipe will make about 12 dozen kisses. Almond Torte Five eggs, one cup sugar, one cup almonds, ground without blanching: three-fourths cup matzo meal, one l teaspoon baking powder, one teaI spoon cinnamon, one-fourth tea, spoon cloves. Beat yolks of eggs, adding sugar I gradually. Continue beating until | the mixture is thick and lemon; colored, then add almonds and ether dry ingredients, mixed together, j Unity All the beauties thai Wi I l Have their roots in mystery: Every flower, every tree, A kinship lias to you and me. Every birdling'a song of love Is made of music from above; Every atom, stone and star. God has made them what they arc Everything strives to be whole. Reaches upward to its goal. Lifts itself above the clod | To fulfill the Will of God. "Eternity Is so vast -who can umprehend it?" said the speaker. "Perhaps." said a little man in the back row. "you never bought anything on the monthly instalment system." Customer: "To what do you owe your extraordinary success as a house-to-house salesman?" Salesman: "To the first words I i utter when a woman opens the door — Miss, is your mother in?' In fairness. Japan might hand one of the German islands back as Hitler Is a type that may need an Elba. We see that a movie company that specializes In submarine photography is among the recent y sunk. Maybe Hitler isn't such a nut. as they say a nut can be sobered with responsibility. The Veteran Rounder, who for complete repeal wherever an election clerk will let him In, thinks that 3.2 beer Is simply spoiling a good glass of water A boom is looked for In Akron, as millions of gutta-percha prop sandwiches will be wanted in communities where the new bier laws so require. An association of southern pickers spreads the allegation that spinach is useful in cases of high blood pressure. Not ours. "Why do you seem so fussed?" "Oh. I always feel self-conscious in an evening gown." "Sort of all dressed up and no place to go?" "No nothing on for the evening." I am sorry Bernard Shaw spraini d his ankle while dodging the Hula dancers in Honolulu, but the incident carries a lesson lor him. It shows Uie folly ol confining hi ular exercises to a single organ, so Lastly fold in stiffly beaten whites of eggs. Line bottom of pan with waxed paper and bake in a moderate oven 325 degrees for one hour. When done, invert pan and allow cake to cool before removing. Wine Cake Twelve eggs, one cup sugar, on: cup cake meal, one cup of wine or substitute, one teaspoon cinnamon, one cup ground walnuts, one-half teaspoon salt Beat together egg yolks and until very light and lemon colored. Then mix in the wine, add cake meal. salt, cinnamon, and nuts. Lastly fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Bake in modeate oven '325 degrees' for one hour. When done, invert pan and let cake cool before removing from the pan. Half recipe fills an ordinary tube pan. that a condition of energy and suppleness is present only In the tongue. Orchestra Leader: "What key are you playing In?" Boob: "Skeleton key." O. L.: "Skeleton key?" Boob: "Yeh. it fits anything." Many a bull at the stock exchange is a bear at home. No. Lester, an old hen never fears opposition from the eggplant Every time a man plays at the game of love he tries to chtat. Sense of touch consists of knowing just when to strike for a loan. Why is assistance so freely offered to people who don't need it? A good wife maketh a good husband; the bad ones are all sellmade. II women didn't know how men hate to see them cry. they wouldn't do It so often. The optimist expects to get a good hand even when the othei low shuffles and deals. Beware of people who pat you on the back. They may be looking for an opportunity to kick your feet from under you. I'm sure it was you that held me In your arms — And told me lovely lies I thi were true; But still it might be only fancy That makes me think 'twas you. I close my eyes so slowly — And upon my lips yours seem to press again: But then I clasp my heart quits madly To still that fiery, stinging pain Your face — your smile — your voice Each seems upon my mind impressed — To think that I should love you more and more. And you — you love me les.^ and less. As time goes on I hope to forget you. I pray to God I really may — For to me our love was something lovely; To you —a laugh —mere play! Well, we see that the new prohibition director is described by a press service as a "large, jovial man." whom nature no doubt intended for other things. A Bangor correspondent of a Boston paper wishes to know if a counterfeit bill dated July 1. 1853. is of any value. It is in good condi A pair of farm horses went fo:' S475 at an Ohio auction. Who knows but what in time the old grey mare will be what she used to be? Oh. how uneasily we stirred As through the telephone a \ heard That strange but oft repeated a rd %  J ust come the way you are." "I wouldn't dress if I were you. It takes much longer if you do; We're only having John and Sue — Just come the way vou are." Who has not with a piercing s Awakened from a horrid dream Where he'd essayed that Nudist scheme — Just come the way you are.



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Friday, April 14. 193 3. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN rage Five SOCIETY OM/JVG TO Till -III AVENVl THEATRE An important meeting of the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Erne m he l(j at the Hebrew Friendly Inn ;,,.„[ Wednesday night and the sum 0 f $50(1 was unanimously voted to the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association to help pay for the Jewish section of the Woodlawn cemetery. A check for this sum was delivered to Mr. I. L. Mintzer, president of the association, immediately. • • • The Passover meeting of the Senior Hadassah will be held at the Acacia club In the Congress build%  .! Monday. April 17. begin_' p.m.. when a very intermusical program will be pred aid several speakers includbbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will address the meeting. All members are urged to attend. • • • meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary "I ilie Jewish Welfare bureau scheduled for next Monday has oeen postponed to the following because of Passover. It will op held at Kaplan hall on Monday, Apnl L'4. beginning at 2:15 p. m. All members are urged to attend. • • • Dr. Jacob Grossman of New York City, prominent dentist and member ulty of Columbia university, arrived here last Saturday to lie and baby, who have pending Uieir winter vacation nd to visit his mother. Mrs. in Dr Grossman is a brother of Mrs. Ida Buckstein and of Charles Tannenbaum, promimmunal workers here • • • Mrs Lena Simon, president of the Council of Jewish Women and prominent social worker here. week to attend the convention ot the Order of the Eastern now being held at Olrando. Fla. She will return to the city the latter part of this week. • • • Miss Ethel Mintzer. who has been visiting her parents here, will return to Tallahassee where she is a Student at the Florida State College lor Women, next Sunday evening. • • • lawn party for the benefit of Beth David Sisterhood scheduled for Tuesday. April 18. at the home 01 Mrs. Isidor Cohen, will be held at the Beth David Talmud Torah hall, because of the uncertainty of the weather. A very interesting meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women was held last Wednesday night at the Ponce de Leon hotel, when plans for the girls' break dance to be held on Sunday evening. April 23. wen announced MiRuth Sontag is chairman of the committee directmi; this affair. Following the business meeting Rabbi Jonah E CapIan delivered an interesting address. Smoky Joe Grant is a "fire fan." He is assistant fire chief in the small town of Rosedale. Joe I a crack baseball player, but his whole Interest Is In fire fighting. He drops the ball at any stage of the to rush to a fire. Joe is in love with Sally, but then marriage Is delayed until Joe gets enough money. He has seven .'mi the St. Louis ball club but refuses them. He thinks it will interfere with his work as a fii Sally finally persuades him to take the offer with the St. Louis He maki s good, but he and the lave continuous scrapbe. Joe forgets baseball every time he hears a fire siren A blonde adventures.vamps Joe and maneuvers him into a position where they are betrothed. When Sally comes to town to find out where all ol Joe's money Is going, the blonde tells her ol the engagement, Sally leaves for home The world's series roll around and the St. Louis team is depending on Jce to win. The game stands three | and three and Joe is their only chance. He gets word that a fire exinguisher company is interested in his patent. He forgets all about the game and camps in the company's office He sets the place afire to demonstrate his new bomb for extinguishing fire. The fire apparatus comes around alter Joe puts out the fire. The firm buys his patent. The fire chief recognizes Joe and rushes him to the ball grounds, because he has Great Store-wide Stock Reduction Sale of Fine Furniture vi ( over-anticipated our needs are overstocked and must luce our stock of fine furnishings before entering the summer months. Every article in our store is marked down. Profits are forgotten. Our regular stock of new, quality merchandise is offered at almost unbelievably low prices. This is an opportunity that is bringing crowds to this phenomenal sale. Come in, shop around You'll sure buy. On* of America't Finest furniture Stores HIRSCH FAUTHJNC. Located at H44 Biscayne Boulevard RICH-FLO VANILLA OFFERS $25.00 IN CASH PRIZES For Ihe fifteen (It) best letter, on "WHY YOU LIKE AM) I BE RICH-FLO VANILLA. FIRST PRIZE I3-00 Mi OND PRIZE 100 THIRD PRIZE 3.00 FOURTH PRIZE !.oo ELEVEN PRIZES. ea. 100 The content is imple. Anyone may enter. Write • letter stating why you prefer to use RichFlo Vanilla. F.nrlose a label from one of our Rich-Flo linilU bottles. We -ill be the aoie judges. The Vanilla may be purchased at the following .tores: Tanner Stores. Tip Top Stores. Bine Howl Bakeries. Pearl & Jeasie rake Shop, George R. Zane. Mammoth Stores. Shells, weilbarher Market. Wild ("at Grocery. Rileys. Flagler street. Cables Curb Market, t oral Cables. Mail to Contest Dept. Rich-Flo Vanilla Ore of Fountain & Supply Co.. 2S-92s NMiami avenue. Miami Florida. Contest closes midnight. April 30. 1931. bet on the name. Joe in the ninth inning. three men out and gO" bat m the last hall of the ninth. He knocks a three-bagger and in two runs to tie the score Almost caught napping off base, he home in a thrilling finish, winning the pennant. The home town welcomes their hero home and he races to the church In a fire wagon to meet Sally, his bride. Smoky Joe Brown as played by the lamous Joe E. Brown, keeps the audience laughing In "Fireman. Save My Child, which comes to the 8eventh Avenue theatre next Sunday and Monday. ANTI-SEMITISM It( oust I <;•;./ Curi I ( ontinned from Last Wecki its lowest. Jewish assimilation and the baptising movement were at their zenith. ther problem involved In tins question, namely, whether anti-Semr. I cease to be. Perhaps it would be more correct to icimulate the question whether race hatred will ever cease; for. after all. anti-Semitism is nothing else than a special kind of race hatred. Since human nature is basically constructed, thi rdly much hope that race hatred, which is a very primitive feeling, will ever disappear. Psychologists have shewn that there is a primitive feeling of hatred among different peoples, be it different nationalities, religions, professions, etc. This primitive instinct to avert everything which is too different to be attractive and interesting will most probably never cease. But we have the right to demand that civilized people, who claim culture. should suppress this primitive feeling, instead of developing and cherishing it. Human nature is still possessed of many beastly instincts, and race hatred is one of them. But just as we demand that man tame his sexual instincts, without the taming of which no group-life would be possible, we demand that mankind at large tame the instinct of hatred against other races than its own. be it Negroes. Romans. Jews or others. A satisfying social life is possible only when the different groups which form a nation, and when the nations have come to an understanding among themselves AntiSemltism will not vanish until race hatred in general will disappear. To bring this noble goal into life, there is nothing else to do. except to make the antagonistic groups and nationalities better understand one another. In the meantime, however, while this ideal is only Utopia, we have to build up a fortification of our own against anti-Semitism, especially to protect the young Jewish generation. The best self defense against ami Semitlsm la Jewish knowledge, for Jewish kno gives a Jewish self-respect. This Jewish self-respect will guard us against any inferiority complex, which may easily arise on account Ol the anti-Semitic accusations, boycott and discrimination, to which we are unfortunately subject, even in this modern era of progri -.and enlightenment. If we build up in ourselves and In our children a strong fortification of Jewish knowledge. anti-Semitism can do us harm in our outer, and especially in our economic life, but II will never be able to hurt the root ci Judaism. It may bruise our body. t t MARRY GREENBERG but never poison our soul. A strong and integrate Judaism, based upon the equipping our youth with Jewish knowledge, is even a better defense than political measures, though the latter is likewise of vital importance, in order to show the world that the Jew is by no means the coward he is presumed to be. TREE Jig Saw Puzzles, Writing Paper and Envelopes or Fountain Pen or Pencil with every five gallons of regular Gas it posted price. Get acquainted with the GARLIGK STATIONS These Pens and Pencils are guaranteed for life. I)n\c in at any of the following stations and get vour gift from Garlick: Ji'in llira>ne Blvd. lat Sill Strectl Hi-. :.> "* %  Bl>d. and 1.1th St. (East Side Circle> 1377 S. W. Eighth Street : t" N. W. Seventh Avenue ISttl V. W. Seventh Avenue 1660 West Flagler Street Garlick for Quality Think Before \ oting OWEN W. PITTMAN. Jr. ( .ii,ilnl.it. for the City Commission „( Miami, was born in <|uinr>. Florida; he received his education in Miami grammar and high schools, and Ihe l.a College of the I nivcr-itv of Florida. He began the practice of law in Miami oith the late Freeman Burdine and Snmuel Bareo. and for the past seven vearhas been a member of the la firm of Bryant & Pittman in the Olympia Building. Married in 192'. to Rosemary Mills, daughler of Charles A. Mills. National Vice Commander of the American Legion. He has two children and resides in his own home at 16.10 N. W. South River Drive. He is a director of the Dade County Council. Boy Scouts of America, a director of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, a lieutenant ijgi I S. N. R. and past Vice President of the State Association of Naval Officer*. F'or a year and a half he was relief Miami Municipal Judge. He is a 32nd degree Mason and Shriner. a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity (Cniversity of r'loridai. and a son of Miami's Postmaster. In seeking the office he is campaigning on a platform which is a direct appeal to the thinking voter and taxpayer. VOTE FOR present i The Well Known New York .Josef Kaminskv The Four-Act Yiddish Comesly-Drama MY YIDDISHE MAMA at the CIVIC THEATRE Flatter St. at 21*t Ave. SUNDAY. APRIL 16th AT 8:30 P. M. Supported %  ">' Mr-. Slaviter, Mr*. A. (.ultimar.. Harry Roue and Harry Greenborv. TICKETS 50c and 75c :• H N H Itl Bt., 81S N. K. 2nd Ave. and :tll Washington Ave., Miami .teach. William Penn Hotel Restaurant Now Open I'nder the Management of %  FEED C. MAI RF.R Formerly of Sunshine Cafeteria %  Table d'Hote and a la Carte %  l'iiptii.ir Prices m OPES ALL SUMMER Our Special %  Seven Course Dinner, only 50c %  %  — %  u OPEN FOR PARTIES B Phone 3-3301 for Reservation. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  IF TOU REAI.I.Y WANT %  I FRESH BEEF I and VEAL J STOP AND SHOP AT %  %  Farmer's Meat Market %  71 Northwest Fifth Street %  B (One-half Block West of Miami Avenuei %  I Veal Shoulder, 2 lbs 25c j| %  Legs of Veal, lb 15c B %  Veal Chops, lb 15c I Beef Steaks and Boneless ? Beef, lb 15c %  %  Scalded Calves' Heads and I Calves 1 Feet %  %  pjj Formerly 3 Years at r'armer. City i urb Market P All Meats Fresh Killed m A nnouncing CAR PER FUNERAL SERVICE Successor to GAUTIER FUNERAl SERVH I Will endeavor to improve the high class service that has hern rendered in the past. 514 West Flagler Street PHONES 2-8421 and 2-8422 JR. for the Miami City Commission LEEDS INSTITUTE PHYSICAL CORRECTION Natural Health Builders Incorporated Successfully treating Arthritis, Colitis. Acidosis. Rheumatism. Sciatica. Lumbago, Stomach and Intestinal Disorders — Eye Treatments, Spine and Foot Corrections — Mineral Salt. Vapor, Colonic and Reducing Baths. Scientific Musttge — Graduate Attendants DR. V. I.. SINGI.EY. President Phone 2-34.11. 20*0 Bisravne Bouleord. Miami, and Breakers Hotel. Miami Beach — Phone .-.-3213



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORID IAN Friday, April U ,„,, 24 N. MIAMI AVENUE EASTER FASHIONS i. AT FAYMUS FAY'S Faymous For STYLE — PRICE Buy Your Easter Dress and Hat now and save Our %  tylos are beautiful Our prices are right. $ EASTER HATS Beautiful I Bee Straw* Ko.iutiful I..irtf > lop* 1-2-3 < ^ MM I EASTER DRESSES Organdies. Laces, Taffetas, Beautiful Satins—In all the Sale*' Models, S2-$3-$4-$5 SII.K DRESSES Sue. II In Ifi All Late*) Watte 51.99 $5-99 $.1.99 White Magic 'Continued from Page Onei the largess of such lips LS ample reward for the telepathic travel, enforced upon us by the writer, over seven centuries and Into hundreds of new worlds. In a typical passage In Joyce's "Ulysses, '!:i hero Stephen Dedalus. considering that all hu:.bound together In of allied and related navel-cords, la driven by the stn am neaa to think I u %  tnentallj makes Adam K.;.:::\ : [I DT OXiA %  : u It ph nil as m Uau i b I a tru super He u lar I '%  : %  : %  %  s subject, ai Is .; %  I I : • Zohar i* %  %  -' %  COMING ro //'•' riVOU THEATRE + — Tuttle I>arag€ *; • • .NOW \^ HI M.x %  Liner Suits SIG.SIZS $15 FRANK RAY i. so inspired .i charV ns lived for t bodj' buried up t 11 a 11 there be only 5 in t %  • sons and *h • jeri isl; rti in %  • trn itter%  %  ". :• i 5. : %  i : THE \Ym. Penn Hotel t s Special V :. :-. $5.50 per Pers n. St: Dinner, Roi m and li 3 Meal;, Room and Bal i. S Breakfast, Monday Phone Reservation 5-130] E. 11. GRIFFITH, Mgr. and Blake, who like the Great Holy Assembly, could Hold infinity In the palm of the hand And eternity in an hour Dr. Benslon has rendered a great sci vice to literature with his translation and analysis of the Zohar. It la an addendum to knowledge. Written with a high seriousness, it is not merely another appendix to the numerous brochures which are from the printing presses of the world as Jewish literature; it is •ual contribution to Judaica. : the admirable description of the Seven Palaces, the auintimacy with the cherubim and seraphim, his command of the Sphipoth, and how, with the eyes of Bai Vochai, he looks, as through a b --hole into that Paradise • PRDS' made up of Pshat. Rome;-. Drash and Sod. Dr. Bension aptly use Shakespeare's words I come To answer thy pleasure, be t t 0 „.. To swim, to dive into the fire, to rid On the curled clouds; to thy stroiJ bidding, task Ariel and all his quality Delaney & Beers Kodak Flnlahinc and Enlarln ( Commercial Work and Home 1'ortniu 50% On* on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. 4th St. Ph„„ f 2 .,i We Take the DENT Out of ACCI-DEXT Woodwork. Top*. Fenders and Hod, Work, Painting and Wreck*! Ser vice. Auto Collision Works, Inc. (HAS. W1NKEI.MAN. Mur 125-IJS N. E. 13th St. Phon* 2-1.-.31 KdKtwatrr ini.R Facts Worth Considering Since his arrival in Miami 19 years ago Alexander Orr, Jr.. candidate for the City Commission of Miami, has continued to take an letlve interest iii public affairs and has served the community in' many and varied capacities. Within a few months after his arrival he organised, trained and directed the old Woodmen of the World Band lo conduct the musical part of the Magic Knights of Bade Pageant in 1915. A Knight Templar. Scottish Rite Mason, and member of the, Mahl Shrine Temple, he organized and trained the first hand of the temple and was director of music when the band accompanied thf Temple to the Washington convention. He has continued his inler, -: In the musical life of the community, being at present the president of the Miami Civic Music Association. Mr. Orr has been twice president of the state association of the I |i rida Plumbing and Heating Dealers' Association, past president of the Miami Builders' Exchange. vice-pres : dent of the Va'ional \ elation of Builders' Exchanges. Washington. D. Ci twice president Miami Chamber of Commerce, past president Dade Count; ( nnciL Bey Stouts, director of boys' n"k, Rotary Club has served I the board of the Community Chest and Welfare Board; for man; rears member of ihe board of trustees of the Jackson MemI Hospital reslgnlni shortly after the present city admlnistrat: n took office). Hi* activities :is pre-ident of the Tax Relief Association are 11 to everyone. Under his direction this organisation has been largelj responsible for many economies in city-county administration activities, resulting in large reductions in the tax levies. S'.atr director American Taxpayers' League. Inc. Washington. I). (. He i* a Presbyterian, a former deacon of the First Presbyterian ( hun h of this city. Mr. Orr is a member of the board of the Dade Countv chapter %  the American Bed Cross. As disaster director of the Red Cross he directed the rescue work and relief measures carried out from Miami during the West Palm Beach disaster: also the rescue and • work of the disaster through the Florida keys at Homestead. In this work he has had I" administer all of the national and local fund* expended In the work and has on many occasions been highly I ded for the efficiency of this important service. In 19: the Miami Herald awarded a loving cup to Mr. Orr for • iding eivti service. He is at present the president of the MiBotarj Club, president of the Greater Miami Port Association. -id in effort to secure deep water for citv of MiarM % %  .r. Vote For ALEXANDER ORR, JR. For Miami City Commission Administration b\ .i Successful Bi ONLY-$59.75 A brand new Dining Room Suite walnut: table, buffet. five chairs, one host chair. I he latot design and only $59.75. Can he had in 9 pieces if desired Miami Mather Company 21 N. W. First Street


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 14, 1933

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 14, 1933

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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wJewisti Florid tin
Vol.6. No. 15.
1 ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, I RIDAY, APRIL 14, 1933.
Price live Cent!
i Beth David To Final Cemetery Bnai Brith Will
Announcements; Give Play Sunday Settlement Made Entertain Public White Ma^ic
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
IMS S. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi
The usual Friday night services
will begin at 6 p.m. with the late
unices at 8-iO p.m.. when the rabbi
HI pnach. Saturday morning ser-
in at i) a.m.. and during
the services Jerry Rieger. the son of
||r and Mrs. D. Rieger. will be
Bar .Mitzva." Following the read-
m.. (ii the Maftir the rabbi will
speak, as will the Bar Mitzva. A re-
ception will be held by the parents
ol i In1 Bar Mitzva following the
I'll.' final days of Passover
will be ushered in Sunday night at
6 p m. Monday morning services be-
gin a! 9 a.m. and the rabbi will
preach on "Does It Pay to Forget?"
Vi/kor or memorial services for the
dead will be held on Tuesday morn-
ing and Immediately preceding the
memorial services at 10:30 Rabbi
Caplan will preach on "The Wan-
dering Souls." Those desiring pray-
ers for their departed aie urged t<>
send their names in to the syna-
rtol later than Sundaj al i
noon.
Sunday morning. April 16. the an-
nual Children's Sader of the Beth
David Sunday school and Talmud
Torah will be conducted under the
supervision ol Rabbi Max Shapiro
with Jerome Weinkle. one of the
pupils, directing the ceremonies.
Following the Sader a play, "Pa
over Rehearsal." will be presented
by the children under the direction
ol Mrs Harry OUphant. who coach-
provided by the Beth David Sister-
hood through a committee headed
by Mrs. j. Engler, assisted by Mrs
> Rayvis.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Cunnervative)
139 N. W. Third Airnuc
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
The early services begin at ti p.m.
with the late sen Ices al 8 I i p. m,
Rabbi Shapiro will preach on
a New struggle lor Freedom."
Louis Hayinan will chant
es and will be assisted by
idr, The lip.ai Passover days
will begin at services Sunday eve-
6 p.m. Monday morning the
-services begin at 8:30 when the rab-
bi will preach in English immedi-
precedlng the Yiskor or rae-
morlal services which will begin a'
10 o'clock. Saturday morning, Mil-
ton Zohn. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sophie Zohn, will be Bar Mitzva and
will recite the Maftir and deliver an
addn
Children Hold
Annual Sadei
annual Children's Sader ol
he pupils of the Sunday school and .
Talmud Torah ol the Miami Jewish
I egatlon was held las;
iundl n with Rabbi J
I Caplan directing the ceremonies.
: demonstrated the
r ii;. i ('liomav / r In
Kiddusl ill the chil-
dren. Oscar Rnppaporr recited and
ranslated the "Ho Lachmo."
'(: rannenbaum the "Ma Nish-
anc." Martin Greenberg the "Avo-
nu." the Four Sons by
and Morty 1
the Ten Pli by Emanuel Seitlln
Pi ach" by Harvey Levin.
"Matzo" by Marcie Adelman, "Mor-
r< bj St ymour Silver, the "Shfoch
Chamoscho" by Gerald Shulan. Tht
i iadyo, th( i and oth-
t songs oi the Sader were sung by
all the children. More than 75 chil-
dren were in attendance In charge
oi arrangements was a committee
representing the Ladies' auxiliary
oi the congregation, headed by Mrs.
[da Buckstein, pas' president, who
ted by Mrs Charles Tan-
mbauni and others.
After more than nine months' ne-
gotiations an agreement was con-
cluded with the Woodlawn Park
Cemetery Company last Thursday
morning by a committee represent-
ing the Greater Miami Jewish Ccm-
i.ssociation. Under the terms
of the agreement deed for a sub-
stantial portion of the Jewish sec-
tion of the Woodlawn cemetery was
immediately taken and an agree-
ment provides for title being given
to the association for the balance of
the cemetery plot as principal pay-
ments are made. By the agreement
a substantial reduction In the orig-
inal purchase price was effected and
interest for the unpaid purchase
price was reduced 50 per cent. The
sum of $1,500 was paid in cash at
the time of the settlement, of which
$500 was contributed by the Sister-
hood of Chesed Shel Ernes for this
purpose.
By a resolution recently adopted,
these desiring to purchase family
plots in the cemetery will be given
this opportunity for the next 30
mi. and deed will be delivered upon
payment ol the purchase price
Mr. I. L. Mintzer Is president i I
the Greater Miami Ji wish Cemet i
association, and Ml R. Yui
president ol the Sisterhood oi
Chi (1 Shel Ernes. Mr. Harry I
Upton rep ntativi
ol the association, In effecting the
ment.
The local Bnai Brith lodge will
sponsor what promises to be one of
the gala entertainments of the cur-
rent season at Beth David Talmud
Torah hall next Tuesday evening
April 18, when a program replete
with musical numbers and other
amusements will be presented. Fol-
lowing the program refreshments
will be served. The public is invited
to attend. This is one of a series of
affairs that will be given to the pub
lie free of all charges to acquaint
Miamians with the work of the or-
ganization.
Farewell Event
to be Given Here
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Waohington Ave.. Miami It.-,. ><
Fisher Excuses
Jewish Children
liar early services will begin
at 6 p.m.. with the late ser-
8:15 p.m. with Cantor Boris
hman conducting the services
banting. Mr. Moonya Zhltom-
prominent journalist, will
In Yiddish at the late services
on Religion. What Is It Good For?"
rial day.- oi Passover will be
'i In Sunday evening at 6 p.
'" Monday morning the services
' B a m. and a prominent lay-
rill address thi em n
ay, Cantor Schlachman will
harge ol the Yiskor or me-
ervlces, preceding which an
.' ill be delivered by Mr
Llberman, president of the
a:ion. and prominent com-
munal worker.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Services will be held tonight at
:15, The AZA. which is the junior
"'"ainzation of the Bnai Brith. will
nve charge of the services. Several
of the members will give short talks
an ingement with Rabbi Jon-
ih E. Caplan 11 'he Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation, and I
i. \ l
I i
holidays will b
will not b
m and will not
their exemptions
, xaminations Mr Cl arl< M

for Hade county, made thi an
. ar a- he ha- In tin
.::., in recognition o:
. i the Jewish chlldre i
m B
or ;:,:erestiny Jewish topics. The
Ol the club is to have the
: boys between the ages of 16
.),! 2'. come together and enjoy a
religious and so<>al life together.
on Sunday evening at 8:15. April
16. there will be services In Temple
Israel, and on Monday morning
there will be services in Temple Is-
rael al 11 P'.
Religious school Sunday from 10
until noon.
Yiddish Play To
Be Presented
Yiddish loving theatre goers will
have the opportunity of seeing one
ol the best known plays produced
or. the Yiddish-speaking stage when
"My Yiddi.-he Mama" will be pe-
sented at the Civic theatre Sunday.
April 16. by a cast headed by Josef
Kaminsky of New York City. Tick-
ets have been set low enough to
(liable everyone to attend and the
popularity of Kaminsky, who will
iia,. the leading role In the play,
insures a well-acted presentation cf
a play that is known for not only
its damatic episodes, but its co:n-
dj Ituations and song hit- Ki
minsky will be supported by a cast
i of local tali nt who are popular with
.lie local Yiddish en kl In the
ire Mrs. F. Slaviter Mi
Goldman. Harry Rose. Harry (.
and the well known v:
A. Goldman.
According to reservations that are
now being received. qisHc a largl
audience will attend the farewe .
banquet being tendered Rabbi Laz-
arus Axclrod of Miami Beach nexl
Tuesday evening. April 18. at the
Nemo hoi.'!. Miami Beach.
Mr Jacob Becker, vice president
tl e Beth Jacob congregation, o,
which Rabbi Axelrod was rabbi un-
til in.- resignation recently. i.
man ol the arrangements commit-
tee directing the banquet. Ol
members of the committee
prominent tourists and residents o
Miami Beach.
The banquet being tendered
Rabbi Axelrod in recognition of hi
: ;! services to the Greater Ml
ami community which he served fci
two year- while rabbi ol Beth Jacob
Miami Beach.
It is expected that Rabbi Axelroc
will make an important announce-
ment of interest to local Jew ry In
particular in his farewell address at
this banquet.
Reservations to attend this fare-
well banquet may be made with Mi
Becker, with the Hotel Nemo or with
any member of the committee.
Welfare Bureau
Provides Food
j
ewish Citizens
To Investigate
Though the demands on its re-
- are becoming heavier
day. particularly on ai count
Passover holidays, the local Jewl
> bureau, remembered the
Jewish prisoners now in the c
jail in Miami and Is pro< kill
dally with food. Includln
The prison
of Jev : 'AH" wei
'. tnl
ed States from Cuba, the majorit;,
of whom are Palestinians. By ar-
rangement wuh She: ill Dan Hur-
dle. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executh
secretary of the Jewish Well are bu-
reau, was given permission to pro-
vide for these prisoners, a i
It is with a supercilious lift of an
all-too-lcgical eyebrow that the ra-
tionalist is wont to regard the reve-
lation of mysticism. Creator of nat-
ural laws and inventor of scientific
hypothesis, he knows no exceptions;
all mysticisms are mystifying; they
do not sit on syllogisms and are
therefore foundationless all Im-
mune to parable and impervious to
metaphor, he condemns every phil-
osophy which he cannot understand
as being either the forgery of a fak-
ir or the document of a lunatic.
Attributing insanity to works mys-
tical, he forgets that "true genius is
to madness close allied." and im-
puting base motives to the poets of
the esoteric, he commits the unpar-
donable offense of mistaking the
Veil of the Schechina for the Mask
ol Mephistopheles. .
Most certainly there have been
imposters and mountebanks, who,
uttering the abracadabra of mysti-
ei-m. have deluded millions with
their polished obstruosities and their
manufactured inspirations. Too true
is it that mysticism is very fre-
quently no more than complex*
garbed in ritual, incoherency puff-
ing with artificial afflatus, unin-
telligibility wearing a halo When
one considers the thousands who
have been duped by the theosoprm
of imposters. one justly hcsiia
before losing oneself in the laby-
rinths of any proffered mysticism.
But there are exceptions.
One of these is the Zohar. Con-
demned as the forgery of Moses d
Leon of the thirteenth century, the
debate as to its authenticity has
waxed furious for ages. Did Simeon
ben Yochai really write it. as the
orthodox Cabbalisis would have us
believe, or is it the product of a
later day. as Leon de Modena and
Jacob Emden argue? The point is
not important. Dr. Bension. regret-
ting this theological altercation, pre-
sents a compromise whereby, in an
extremely interesting and scholarly
chapter, he seeks to prove that the
Zohar was revealed and develop?d
in the garden of Spanish mysticism
in the Middle Ages, in fine that the
Zohar is an anthology between
whose pages are pressed the still -
fragrant flowers, culled from the
gardens of three continents: Africa.
and it.- Seraitit decalogue. Asia and
its Babylonian Talmud. Europe and
Its mediaeval mysticism. Thi
markable comparisons between the
work of the Spanish mystics and
the Zohar. which he oilers In cata-
I and convincing form lend
color to his contention
Indeed, in an age where tin
of ma drowns oul
small voice, it is gratifying to behold
worthy descendant of Ben
Chasdai of Barcelona, trafficking in
spiritual. It Is with poetic
nony, as becomes a Spa
Jewish grandee that he ushers us
into the goodly company of Simeon
b. n Yochai. and to his talk of an-
A committee consisting of Jewish.
citizens ol Miami is now being
formed for the purpose of Investi-
gating the qualifications of local
candidates for the office of the city
commission of Miami. The commit- -athered daily into one large cell to .,(,._ ,ult, neaveniy ministers and to
tee will render a report and will
then submit thus report without
comment to the voters of Miami. In
! cases where anti-Jewish feeling has
been expressed, as has been reported
In the c^.se. of several of the local
candidates, the committee will af-
ford the candidate an opportunity
i to explain his stand, and if neces-
sary. will openly campaign against any position of trust in the cosmo-
such candidate on the ground that politan city of Miami.
observe the Passover.
In addition to providing this spe-
cial food, the Jewish Welfare bu-
reau has provided advice and iega
help for these iamii -'
his anti-Jewish stand is un-Ameri-
can and disqualifies him to occupy
his Juggling of planets and his mus-
ic of the spheres. When he loosens
the shutter from the groove ol the
Window of the Righteous 'here is
flung open to our gaze til
Magic casements, opening on the
foam
Of perilous seas, in faery lands for-
lorn .
(Continued on Paje Six!



Page Two
THE JEWISH FLOR IDI AN
Friday, April u. i9)J
"Pharaoh" will be the subject of
the lesson of the Bible class under
the direction of Rabbi S. M ACach-
tei at the home of Maj, Kaufman
Mandel. 3012 S. VV. Eighth street,
at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Rab-
bi Machtei will dlSCUSS the events
leading up to the ten plagues which
were visited upon the Egyptian i:
you believe that man Is not a tree-
agent" and. therefore, should not be
punished for his
Will interest you. The <'.'.-- is open
to the public and I
o Jews alone.
d( d the finest mj
melodrama ever brought to the
screen. "Doctor X." a Pirsl National
technicolor picture, comes to the
Tivoll theatre next Sunday and
Monday.
Boasting an all-stai headed
Tracy, famous for
er roles: Lionel Atwill. famous stage
-tar; Fay Wray, Preston Foster,
John Wray and many others. "Doc-
tor X also has the distinction of
being the first mystery screen story
with thrills, comedy and romance
combined.
tor X" is adapted from the
play of the same name by
d W. Com :.d Allen C.
i- was din cted by Michael
director of "Alias the Doc-
: and other screen successes, and
adapted by Rober: Tasker and Earl
Baldwin.
iTIVOLI
I W, I hn-l.r at th Phone 2-3353
I
Sunda> and Munda>. April It-I7 j
JOE E, BROWN in
"Fireman
Save Mv Child"
She
only a fireman'-* dauuhtrr. bu!
ho> wan *he hoi!
Royal Typewriters
Newjind PactOTJ Itehuill
Portable*. S29.50 Jo S60.00
B. W. TIIACKER, Local Dealer
210 N. E. 2nd SI. Phone 2-01 IS
The story is said to be replete
with thrills and surprises, as well as
the clever comedy of Lee Tracy, who
plays a newspaper reporter.
This time he attempts to run down
a series of sensational murder mys-
teries, with considerable success
"Doctor X" comes highly i>
mended as a mystery comedy, af-
fording the most unusual sen
tertainment offered In a long
The regular bi-weekly card parly
of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
will be held next Wednesday after-
noon, April 19. beginning at 2 p.m..
home of Mrs. Milton Weiner.
1040 s. W. Thirteenth avenui
members and fri nd are urged to
attend. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores and refreshments will
i rved.
>
Mr. E. E. Carter, formerly a
ber of the Gautier funeral servii
be pu I hi
and interest of the Gautier
In the funeral home operated by
thl m and will now opera!:- the homi
as the Carfer funeral service ;< ">14
I Mr. Carter has
ilished a very splendid reputa-
tion in Miami for fair dealing and
ous and considerate treal
Evi ry facility to aid thi be-
: avi d In then- time si n is in-
ured by the reputation i I Mi Car-
t thi ad-
Its auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish
atl
t thl le next Tui day eve-
April 18, at 8 p.m. At this
meeting the nominating committee
i recommend officers for the ccm-
year will be announced. All
mi mbers are urged to attend.

Beth David Sisterhood will hold
an important meeting next Wed-
\ afternoon, April 18. begin-
ning at 2 p.m.. at winch time the
.eport of its nominating committee
will be received and officers will be
d for the coming year. Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, president ol the Sis-
terhood, urges that all members pay
their dues in order to be eligible to
vote.
FISHING TACKLE
AT
Bargain Prices
Tarpon Tackle
Shop
79th Street
Just Bast of HiHiaynr illvd.
Live Poultry and Choice
Fruits and Vegetables
Prices Right
MRS. A. WALL
fi.">-fi6 City Terminal Market
S. W. 2nd Av*. and 2nd St.
HOME SERVK I LAUNDRY
Mrs. Clara IJ. Kersey, Prop.
1225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5G54
SPECIAL
20 lbs. Rough Dry, S1.00
Flat Work Finished
MAXWELL
HOUSE
There h A Reason!
Wc aro Horvinif a dollar for 50c, and are running to
capacity. Come out and make us
prove It. Btaak, '-hops, sea food)
fried ehlckan, imotharad ehlckan,
hot rolls, home nm eoffee. Special turkey dinner every
Sunday, 12 noon to 8 p.m.
MAXWELL HOUSE
2147 S. W. nth St. (Tamlami Trail)
Phona 2-892!
+
Usher hi
PASSOVER
In Real Style!
You insure an enjoyable
holiday by purchasing
CHOICE LIVE POULTRY
HENS. FRYERS. PULLETS.
DUCKS. ETC.
FRESH FLORIDA EGGS
al rea*onable price*.
FLORIDA
POULTRY & EGG
COMPANY
Wholesale and Retail
1011-13 S. W. 8th St.
Phone 2-8334
The Miami chapter of Junior Ha-
dassah will give a benefit bridge at
the Columbus hotel Wednesday
evening. April 19. tor the benefit of
Its Hadassah work. This is the sec-
ond oi a series ol bridges being giv-
en to enable members to earn then
quota to attend the annual $5.00
donor's luncheon sponsored by the
nizatlon The program will in-
clude musical selection by Evelyn
and Miriam Rubinstein, and
a novelty dance by Theresa Rubin-
Stein. Mrs. Sol Rot ford and Miss
Bed,- Ooldenblank, co-chairmen, are
being assisted by Lena Weinkle,
Pepper, Evelyn Solan. Ruth
Dubbin, and Marion Blank.
The : iommlttee Oi Beth
. Sisterhood held a meeting
night at the hi me
ol Mrs. Edward Friedman Whi I I"
tided Following the bus-
iness meeting a social hour was
spent with Mrs William Weintraub
and Mrs, Sydney L Weintraub as-
sisting the hostess in entertaining.
>] : than J00 guests attended the
Sader red by Temple Israel
at Kaplan hall last Monday i
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan oflicl-
d by several ol
mbers ol the religious school
irge of arrai i
wen a committee consisting
il Mrs P Scheinberg, Mrs. Julius
Mi B. L. Reisi

: the Jun-
ior Council ol Jewish Women will
be held at I i de Leon
nexi Tuesday evening, April ih. al
which a very Interesting pro-ram
will be presented with Miss Harriet
[Cantor in charge Dr, Jacob n
Kaplan will speak and a musical
am will precede the
hour.
bridge party ol Senior Ha-
dassah held at the Belvedere hotel.
Miami Beach, las! Thursday after-
I noon, was attended by a lame num-
ber of tourists ami residents. Quite
a tidy sum was realized and Pass-
over refreshments wen served. In
charge of arrangements were a com-
mittee consisting Ol Mrs Isidor Co-
hen. Mrs. Louis Roth. Mrs L. Axel-
rod. Mrs. B. Weinkle. Mrs. M. Wes- i
son. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. Mrs Max
Dobrin and Mrs. p. Stoeckel.
Senior Hadassah will hold a don-
ors tea at the home of Mrs. Joe
Williamson, 1444 Meridian avenue,
Miami Beach .on Monday afternoon,
April 24. which will be open to
those who have earned then- quota
Jark Kruit. M>r.
We Deliver
for Hadassah work. All desiring to
attend are urged to communicate
With the hostess.

Beth David Sunday school teach-
ers are sponsoring a benefit bridge
at the Beth David Talmud Torah
Wednesday evening. April 26, for
1 the benefit of the library fund.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served, The public Is Invited to at-
tend.
Another of the series ol public
cultural Sabbath teas will be held
nexl Saturday afternoon at the
home Ol Mrs. Joseph Williamson ill
Miami Beach.
The Rlch-fio iramna contest en-
abling Clever boys and girls t" eani
cash prizes for a little work is still
on and will not close until April 30.
Many local Jewish boys and cirls
ilready sent In their letters.
The William Penn Hotel restau
rant, now under the managemeM i
Fred Maurer. well known Miami res
taurateur. is becoming more ani
more popular with local resides
| since the inauguration ol its break!
fast specials, lunch and moderately
| priced dinners. Every effort is made
i lo serve the patrons with the bes;
! of seasonable foods at prices thai
are far below the real value ol the
splendidly prepared meals.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, loimder and
director of the Radio Synago
preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock on
Sunday morning on -The Living
Dead, or the Dead-living." Leonard
7obln will deliver the sermonette on
"Building Character." in addition
to the sermon there will be prayers,
hymns and a question box.
Place The Right Men In Office
In placing the name Oi Robert R, Williams, belter known to his
many friends as "Bob." before the voters as a candidate for the Miami
City Commission, citizens ol Miami urge that the city cannot re-
i stablish Its credit and solve the bond situation unless able men. un-
selftsh, and unlinked to special Interests, are places) In office Mr
Williams who served faithfully, honestly, impartially and ably as
Justice oi the peace for several years, was born thirty-nine year- j_;
is married and has lour children. For a number of years he
gaged m the wholesale candy and paper business as well as in the
tate bu ines He Is the organizer and Is now the presidi
the Riverside Improvement Association, one ol the most potent fac-
d in the city ol Miami today. lie was one ol the i
organizers and Is now a director of the Public Utilities Protective
League which has been active In the light to reduce the utility rate
in the city. In making his campaign, Mr. Williams Is urging a sane
course In adjusting the bond situation now existing here, and I
that an honest effort to have the bondholders receive payment com-
mensurate with the city's ability to pay. without repudiation of the
bonds, will solve the problem He favors the reduction of the utility
rates, as evidenced by his work with the Public Utilities Protective
League, and a reduction m taxes brought about by a reduction In gov-
ernment costs, in urging the election of "Bob" Williams as city com-
missioner his friends urge
VOTE FOR
ROBERT R. WILLIAMS
FOR
CITY COMMISSIONER of MIAMI
and be assured ol "representation In the city's management In the
Interests of all the people."
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FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1933.
Vol. 6. No. IS.
German Situation
At a Glance
ill As a result of representations
made by various Jewish bodies. Sec-
retary ol Slate Cordell Hull cabled
;. the American ambassador at Ber-
.m to make a thoroughgoing inves-
n Ol the cruelties practiced
upon Jews. This report was not
confined to the attacks upon Amer-
.... ci Izens but included atrocities
to ail Jews in the country.
-' The American Federation ol
Labor, the International Catholic
Truth society, the American League
lor Human Rights, the Federal
Council of the Churches of Christ
,n America and numerous similar
bodies adopted resolutions con-
demning indignities to Jews in Ger-
many, and calling upon enlightened
public opinion in Germany to force
d to the deploiable conditions.
AJired E. Smith, Newton D. Bak-
8< ...dor Royal S. Copeland. Pres-
ident William Greenof the Fed-
"lanon ol Labor, and former United
States Attorney General Oeorge W.
Wlckersham were among those who
-r.ed a statement issued by the
r New York Interfaith com-
mittee denouncing "the present acts
of aggression, injustice and violence
toward .Jews in Germany. We appeal
'o them to prevent these attacks
all that civilization has
tained for tolerance and undcr-
tanding since the Dark Ages. To
ls our solemn appeal and protest
'' add our deep expression of sym-
pathy for those who have been the
nctlnu ol this violence, and our de-
cooperate with our Jewish
fellow-citlsens in the relief and the
protection of their Jewish brethren
m Germany."
The state department also recelv-
'' a copy of the protest drawn up
"J the International Catholic Truth
Moiety, in which it was said: "The
'went nationalistic madness ol Hit-
ter, directing its fury against thous-
ands of native-born German Jews,
should arouse the righteous indig-
nation of every lover of humanity
and ol every believer in the brother-
Mod ol man throughout the world.
The United States should assume
kadership in a world-wide humani-
tarian protest and demand that the
Hitler regime, which represents no
KOT than 52 per cent of the Ger-
"an electorate cease its inhuman
and uniiationalistic furies."
' Congressman Emanuel Celler
Jof Brooklyn and Representative
Jhn j. Douglas of Massachusetts
introduced measures in the house of
tePresentatives at Wasliington call-
"* upon the American government
10 adopt a formal protest against
Hacks upon Jews in Germany. The
Solutions were referred to the For-
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
elgn Affairs committee, after a brief
discussion in the house, during
which Tom Blanton of Texas de-
clared that American people in
Germany ought to be home. They
ought not to be over there, where
they can create a new animosity be-
tween that government and our
Own." Unanimous consent to insert
into the Congressional Record data
affecting the Jews of Germany was
refused by Congressman Louis Mc-
Fadden of Pennsylvania, after Con-
gressman O'Connor of New York
had asked for the routine permis-
sion. Republican Leader Bertrand
Snell also took the position that in-
sertion of such documents in the
Congressional Record might "em-
barrass us."
The Douglas resolution which the
Foreign Affairs committee will con-
sider provides "that the president
of the United States be and la here-
by authorized and directed to inform
the present Hitler government of
Germany that the people of the
United States view with concern
the tyrannical methods employed,
and express the hope of the people
of the United States that a more
humane policy be adopted by the
Hitler government and also one in
accordance with the democratic
ideals the Jewish people have cher-
ished In the past."
' 4 > The movement to urge Lhe
United States government to ease its
immigration restrictions in order to
permit the entry of the persecuted
Jews r>i Germany was crystallized
in Washington when Congressman
Samuel Dickstein, chairman of the
house immigration committee, intro-
duced a resolution ordering the rev-
ocation of the department ol state
edict of September 8. 1930. requiring
American consuls abroad to inspect
prospective immigrants rigidly. The
resolution, which was referred to
the immigration committee, states
that "as a result of the religious and
political persecution In Germany,
hundreds of children, wives and
parents ol American citizens have
been driven to other parts oi the
world. In spite of the fact that their
American families in the United
States are well able to protect and
cue lor said relatives.
Action recommended In the Dick-
stein resolution was also urged by
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, honorary pres-
ident ol the American Jewish Con-
gress, who had come to Washington
in company with Bernard S.
Deutsch, president of the congress,
to see Undersecretary of State Phil-
lips and to recommend Immediate
action by the American government
in the form ol investigation and
protest. Alter his conference with
lhe state department. Dr. Wise is-
sued a statement in which he said:
We think it will not be long before
our government will have authentic
data with respect to the indignities
and outrages on the part of the Hit-
ler government against the Jews In
Germany. We take it for granted
that, while the Information may
come through our representatives
in Germany, the embassy will not
rely on official sources which can
hardly be expected to be Belf-
incrimlnatory. I cannot remember
Jewry being so wrought up against
anything happening to American
Jews as the sudden reversion on the
part of a great and cultured and
liberty-loving people to practices
which may mildly be characterized
as medieval.''
In appearing before the house
immigration committee. Dr. Wise
urged the revocation of the state
department order which makes
practically impossible the reuniting
of separated families. "There is a
certain large sum of money which
goes lrom American citizens who
within live. ten. twelve or fifteen
years have become citizens, toward
the support of those who they are
in morals and decency bound to
support, about $29,000,000." Dr. Wise
said. "It would seem to me that it
was a matter of economy quite
apart from grounds of humaneness,
and it would seem wise, economic-
ally speaking, to permit the reunion
of these families. With respect to
the victims of persecution. I need
hardly say, as Americans, as Jews,
we are very much disturbed over
what seems like nothing less than
an attempt, if not physically to de-
stroy, at least economically and
morally to exterminate the Jewish
people, or great numbers of the
Jewish people, in Germany."
Various national Jewish organiza-
tions called upon their branches
and members in all parts of the
United States to write to represent-
atives and senators at Washington
urging 111 revocation of the order
forbidding the union of families;
'2> some form of official protest
against anti Semitic excesses in
Germany.
I6l The boycott movement against
German products of all kinds and
against German shipping took on
increasing importance as scores of
firms in New York City and in oth-
er large centers cancelled orders for
cloth, dyes, artificial flowers, toys
and other goods. North German
Lloyd officials admitted that there
had been an appreciable drop in
the number of passengers using
their vessels for Germany.
Recipes for the
Jewish Family
THE
Fancy Cake
One cup matzo meal, two tea-
spoons baking powder, two cups al-
monds, chopped fine; eight eggs,
beaten separately; one and one-
fourth cups sugar, one teaspoon or-
ange extract, one-fourth teaspoon
1 salt, one lemon, grated rind and
juice.
Beat together the egg yolks and
sugar until light. Add grated lemon
; rind and juice, and orange extract.
Mix together the meal, salt and
baking powder and add; next add
j the nuts, then fold in stiffly beaten
whites. Bake for one hour at 325
degrees, or bake in two layers for
50 minutes at 325 degrees.
Honey Kisses
Two egg8, six egg yolks, one tea-
spoon sugar, matzo meal 'to make-
hard enough to roll about one and
one-half cups>. one and one-half
pounds honey 'two cups), one cup
sugar, one cup chopped almonds.
Mix eggs, egg yolks, one teaspoon
sugar, and matzo meal. Roll out to
about one-half inch diameter, and
cut in one-half inch lengths. Bring
honey to boiling point, then pour in
the cut dough. After it has cooked
for 15 minutes, add sugar and al-
monds, and let cook for about an-
other half hour over a low lire, stir-
ring often to prevent burning. Test
by putting one of the kiss) In cold
water; if it sinks to the bottom of
the cup. cook a while longer: but if
it stays on top of water, it is done.
Pour candy out into buttered pan
and when cool enough to handle,
take up each ball and the surround-
ing candy and rol' together. Wrap
the pieces in waxed paper. This
recipe will make about 12 dozen
kisses.
Almond Torte
Five eggs, one cup sugar, one cup
almonds, ground without blanching:
three-fourths cup matzo meal, one l
teaspoon baking powder, one tea- I
spoon cinnamon, one-fourth tea- ,
spoon cloves.
Beat yolks of eggs, adding sugar I
gradually. Continue beating until |
the mixture is thick and lemon- ;
colored, then add almonds and ether
dry ingredients, mixed together, j
Unity
All the beauties thai Wi I l
Have their roots in mystery:
Every flower, every tree,
A kinship lias to you and me.
Every birdling'a song of love
Is made of music from above;
Every atom, stone and star.
God has made them what they arc
Everything strives to be whole.
Reaches upward to its goal.
Lifts itself above the clod
| To fulfill the Will of God.
"Eternity Is so vast -who can
umprehend it?" said the speaker.
"Perhaps." said a little man in
the back row. "you never bought
anything on the monthly instal-
ment system."
Customer: "To what do you owe
your extraordinary success as a
house-to-house salesman?"
Salesman: "To the first words I
i utter when a woman opens the door
Miss, is your mother in?' "
In fairness. Japan might hand
one of the German islands back as
Hitler Is a type that may need an
Elba.
We see that a movie company
that specializes In submarine pho-
tography is among the recent y
sunk.
Maybe Hitler isn't such a nut. as
they say a nut can be sobered with
responsibility.
The Veteran Rounder, who
for complete repeal wherever an
election clerk will let him In, thinks
that 3.2 beer Is simply spoiling a
good glass of water
A boom is looked for In Akron, as
millions of gutta-percha prop sand-
wiches will be wanted in communi-
ties where the new bier laws so
require.
An association of southern pick-
ers spreads the allegation that spin-
ach is useful in cases of high blood
pressure. Not ours.
"Why do you seem so fussed?"
"Oh. I always feel self-conscious
in an evening gown."
"Sort of all dressed up and no
place to go?"
"No nothing on for the eve-
ning."
I am sorry Bernard Shaw spraini d
his ankle while dodging the Hula
dancers in Honolulu, but the inci-
dent carries a lesson lor him. It
shows Uie folly ol confining hi
ular exercises to a single organ, so
Lastly fold in stiffly beaten whites
of eggs. Line bottom of pan with
waxed paper and bake in a moder-
ate oven 325 degrees for one hour.
When done, invert pan and allow
cake to cool before removing.
Wine Cake
Twelve eggs, one cup sugar, on:
cup cake meal, one cup of wine or
substitute, one teaspoon cinnamon,
one cup ground walnuts, one-half
teaspoon salt
Beat together egg yolks and
until very light and lemon colored.
Then mix in the wine, add cake
meal. salt, cinnamon, and nuts.
Lastly fold in stiffly beaten egg
whites. Bake in modeate oven '325
degrees' for one hour. When done,
invert pan and let cake cool before
removing from the pan. Half recipe
fills an ordinary tube pan.
that a condition of energy and sup-
pleness is present only In the
tongue.
Orchestra Leader: "What key are
you playing In?"
Boob: "Skeleton key."
O. L.: "Skeleton key?"
Boob: "Yeh. it fits anything."
Many a bull at the stock exchange
is a bear at home.
No. Lester, an old hen never fears
opposition from the eggplant
Every time a man plays at the
game of love he tries to chtat.
Sense of touch consists of know-
ing just when to strike for a loan.
Why is assistance so freely offered
to people who don't need it?
A good wife maketh a good hus-
band; the bad ones are all sell-
made.
II women didn't know how men
hate to see them cry. they wouldn't
do It so often.
The optimist expects to get a
good hand even when the othei
low shuffles and deals.
Beware of people who pat you on
the back. They may be looking for
an opportunity to kick your feet
from under you.
I'm sure it was you that held me In
your arms
And told me lovely lies I thi
were true;
But still it might be only fancy
That makes me think 'twas you.
I close my eyes so slowly
And upon my lips yours seem to
press again:
But then I clasp my heart quits
madly
To still that fiery, stinging pain
Your face your smile your voice
Each seems upon my mind im-
pressed
To think that I should love you
more and more.
And you you love me les.^ and less.
As time goes on I hope to forget you.
I pray to God I really may
For to me our love was something
lovely;
To you a laugh mere play!
Well, we see that the new prohibi-
tion director is described by a press
service as a "large, jovial man."
whom nature no doubt intended for
other things.
A Bangor correspondent of a Bos-
ton paper wishes to know if a coun-
terfeit bill dated July 1. 1853. is of
any value. It is in good condi
A pair of farm horses went fo:'
S475 at an Ohio auction. Who knows
but what in time the old grey mare
will be what she used to be?
Oh. how uneasily we stirred
As through the telephone a \
heard
That strange but oft repeated a rd
Just come the way you are."
"I wouldn't dress if I were you.
It takes much longer if you do;
We're only having John and Sue
Just come the way vou are."
Who has not with a piercing s
Awakened from a horrid dream
Where he'd essayed that Nudist
scheme
Just come the way you are.







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Friday,
April 14. 193 3.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
rage Five
SOCIETY
' OM/JVG TO Till
-III AVENVl THEATRE
An important meeting of the Sis-
terhood of Chesed Shel Erne m
hel(j at the Hebrew Friendly Inn
;,,.[ Wednesday night and the sum
0f $50(1 was unanimously voted to
the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
tery association to help pay for the
Jewish section of the Woodlawn
cemetery. A check for this sum was
delivered to Mr. I. L. Mintzer, pres-
ident of the association, immedi-
ately.

The Passover meeting of the Sen-
ior Hadassah will be held at the
Acacia club In the Congress build-
.! Monday. April 17. begin-
_' p.m.. when a very inter-
musical program will be pre-
d aid several speakers includ-
bbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will
address the meeting. All members
are urged to attend.

meeting of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary "I ilie Jewish Welfare bureau
scheduled for next Monday has
oeen postponed to the following
. because of Passover. It will
op held at Kaplan hall on Monday,
Apnl L'4. beginning at 2:15 p. m.
All members are urged to attend.

Dr. Jacob Grossman of New York
City, prominent dentist and member
ulty of Columbia univer-
sity, arrived here last Saturday to
lie and baby, who have
pending Uieir winter vacation
nd to visit his mother. Mrs.
in Dr Grossman is a broth-
er of Mrs. Ida Buckstein and of
Charles Tannenbaum, promi-
mmunal workers here

Mrs Lena Simon, president of the
Council of Jewish Women
and prominent social worker here.
week to attend the conven-
tion ot the Order of the Eastern
now being held at Olrando.
Fla. She will return to the city the
latter part of this week.

Miss Ethel Mintzer. who has been
visiting her parents here, will re-
turn to Tallahassee where she is a
Student at the Florida State College
lor Women, next Sunday evening.

lawn party for the benefit of
Beth David Sisterhood scheduled
for Tuesday. April 18. at the home
01 Mrs. Isidor Cohen, will be held at
the Beth David Talmud Torah hall,
because of the uncertainty of the
weather.
A very interesting meeting of the
Junior Council of Jewish Women
was held last Wednesday night at
the Ponce de Leon hotel, when plans
for the girls' break dance to be held
on Sunday evening. April 23. wen
announced Mi- Ruth Sontag is
chairman of the committee direct-
mi; this affair. Following the busi-
ness meeting Rabbi Jonah E Cap-
Ian delivered an interesting address.
Smoky Joe Grant is a "fire fan."
He is assistant fire chief in the
small town of Rosedale. Joe I
a crack baseball player, but his
whole Interest Is In fire fighting. He
drops the ball at any stage of the
to rush to a fire.
Joe is in love with Sally, but then
marriage Is delayed until Joe gets
enough money. He has seven
.'mi the St. Louis ball club but
refuses them. He thinks it will in-
terfere with his work as a fii
Sally finally persuades him to take
the offer with the St. Louis
He maki s good, but he and the
lave continuous scrap- be-
. Joe forgets baseball every time
he hears a fire siren
A blonde adventures.- vamps Joe
and maneuvers him into a position
where they are betrothed. When
Sally comes to town to find out
where all ol Joe's money Is going,
the blonde tells her ol the engage-
ment, Sally leaves for home
The world's series roll around and
the St. Louis team is depending on
Jce to win. The game stands three
| and three and Joe is their only
chance. He gets word that a fire ex-
inguisher company is interested in
his patent. He forgets all about the
game and camps in the company's
office
He sets the place afire to demon-
strate his new bomb for extinguish-
ing fire. The fire apparatus comes
around alter Joe puts out the fire.
The firm buys his patent. The fire
chief recognizes Joe and rushes him
to the ball grounds, because he has
Great Store-wide
Stock Reduction Sale
of Fine Furniture
vi ( over-anticipated our needs
are overstocked and must
luce our stock of fine fur-
nishings before entering the
summer months. Every article
in our store is marked down.
Profits are forgotten. Our reg-
ular stock of new, quality
merchandise is offered at al-
most unbelievably low prices.
This is an opportunity that is
bringing crowds to this phe-
nomenal sale. Come in, shop
around You'll sure buy.
On* of America't Finest
furniture Stores
HIRSCH FAUTHJNC.
Located at
H44 Biscayne Boulevard
RICH-FLO VANILLA
OFFERS
$25.00
IN
CASH PRIZES
For Ihe fifteen (It) best letter,
on "WHY YOU LIKE AM)
I BE RICH-FLO VANILLA.
FIRST PRIZE I3-00
Mi OND PRIZE 100
THIRD PRIZE 3.00
FOURTH PRIZE !.oo
ELEVEN PRIZES. ea. 100
The content is imple. Anyone
may enter. Write letter stat-
ing why you prefer to use Rich-
Flo Vanilla. F.nrlose a label
from one of our Rich-Flo li-
nilU bottles. We -ill be the aoie
judges. .
The Vanilla may be purchas-
ed at the following .tores: Tan-
ner Stores. Tip Top Stores. Bine
Howl Bakeries. Pearl & Jeasie
rake Shop, George R. Zane.
Mammoth Stores. Shells, weil-
barher Market. Wild ("at Gro-
cery. Rileys. Flagler street.
Cables Curb Market, t oral Ca-
bles.
Mail to
Contest Dept.
Rich-Flo Vanilla
Ore of Fountain & Supply Co..
2S-92s N- Miami avenue. Mi-
ami Florida. Contest closes
midnight. April 30. 1931.
bet on the name.
Joe in the ninth inning.
three men out and gO"
bat m the last hall of the ninth.
He knocks a three-bagger and
in two runs to tie the score
Almost caught napping off base, he
home in a thrilling finish,
winning the pennant.
The home town welcomes their
hero home and he races to the
church In a fire wagon to meet Sal-
ly, his bride.
Smoky Joe Brown as played by
the lamous Joe E. Brown, keeps the
audience laughing In "Fireman.
Save My Child, which comes to the
8eventh Avenue theatre next Sun-
day and Monday.
ANTI-SEMITISM
It- ( oust I <;;./ Curi I
( ontinned from Last Wecki
its lowest. Jewish assimilation and
the baptising movement were at
their zenith.
ther problem involved
In tins question, namely, whether
anti-Semr. I cease to be.
Perhaps it would be more correct to
icimulate the question whether race
hatred will ever cease; for. after all.
anti-Semitism is nothing else than
a special kind of race hatred. Since
human nature is basically construct-
ed, thi rdly much hope that
race hatred, which is a very primi-
tive feeling, will ever disappear. Psy-
chologists have shewn that there is
a primitive feeling of hatred among
different peoples, be it different
nationalities, religions, professions,
etc. This primitive instinct to avert
everything which is too different to
be attractive and interesting will
most probably never cease. But we
have the right to demand that civ-
ilized people, who claim culture.
should suppress this primitive feel-
ing, instead of developing and cher-
ishing it.
Human nature is still possessed of
many beastly instincts, and race
hatred is one of them. But just as
we demand that man tame his sex-
ual instincts, without the taming of
which no group-life would be pos-
sible, we demand that mankind at
large tame the instinct of hatred
against other races than its own. be
it Negroes. Romans. Jews or others.
A satisfying social life is possible
only when the different groups
which form a nation, and when the
nations have come to an under-
standing among themselves Anti-
Semltism will not vanish until race
hatred in general will disappear. To
bring this noble goal into life, there
is nothing else to do. except to make
the antagonistic groups and nation-
alities better understand one an-
other.
In the meantime, however, while
this ideal is only Utopia, we have
to build up a fortification of our
own against anti-Semitism, especial-
ly to protect the young Jewish gen-
eration. The best self defense
against ami Semitlsm la Jewish
knowledge, for Jewish kno
gives a Jewish self-respect. This
Jewish self-respect will guard us
against any inferiority complex,
which may easily arise on account
Ol the anti-Semitic accusations, boy-
cott and discrimination, to which
we are unfortunately subject, even
in this modern era of progri -.- and
enlightenment.
If we build up in ourselves and In
our children a strong fortification of
Jewish knowledge. anti-Semitism
can do us harm in our outer, and
especially in our economic life, but
II will never be able to hurt the root
ci Judaism. It may bruise our body.
t--------------------------t
MARRY GREENBERG
but never poison our soul.
A strong and integrate Judaism,
based upon the equipping our youth
with Jewish knowledge, is even a
better defense than political meas-
ures, though the latter is likewise of
vital importance, in order to show
the world that the Jew is by no
means the coward he is presumed
to be.
Tree
Jig Saw Puzzles,
Writing Paper and
Envelopes or Fountain Pen or
Pencil with every five gallons of
regular Gas it posted price. Get
acquainted with the
GARLIGK
STATIONS
These Pens and Pencils are guar-
anteed for life. I)n\c in at any
of the following stations and get
vour gift from Garlick:
Ji'in llira>ne Blvd. lat Sill Strectl
Hi-. :.> "* Bl>d. and 1.1th St.
(East Side Circle>
1377 S. W. Eighth Street
: t" N. W. Seventh Avenue
ISttl V. W. Seventh Avenue
1660 West Flagler Street
Garlick for Quality

Think Before
\ oting
OWEN W. PITTMAN. Jr.
( .ii,ilnl.it. for the City Commission (
Miami, was born in <|uinr>. Florida;
he received his education in Miami
grammar and high schools, and Ihe
l.a College of the I nivcr-itv of
Florida. He began the practice of law
in Miami oith the late Freeman Bur-
dine and Snmuel Bareo. and for the
past seven vear- has been a member
of the la firm of Bryant & Pittman
in the Olympia Building.
Married in 192'. to Rosemary Mills,
daughler of Charles A. Mills. Nation-
al Vice Commander of the American
Legion. He has two children and re-
sides in his own home at 16.10 N. W.
South River Drive. He is a director
of the Dade County Council. Boy
Scouts of America, a director of the
Junior Chamber of Commerce, a lieu-
tenant ijgi I S. N. R. and past
Vice President of the State Associa-
tion of Naval Officer*.
F'or a year and a half he was relief
Miami Municipal Judge. He is a 32nd
degree Mason and Shriner. a member
of the Sigma Nu fraternity (Cniver-
sity of r'loridai. and a son of Mi-
ami's Postmaster.
In seeking the office he is cam-
paigning on a platform which is a
direct appeal to the thinking voter
and taxpayer.
VOTE FOR
present i
The Well Known New York
.Josef Kaminskv
The Four-Act Yiddish
Comesly-Drama
MY
YIDDISHE
MAMA
at the
CIVIC THEATRE
Flatter St. at 21*t Ave.
SUNDAY. APRIL 16th
AT 8:30 P. M.
Supported ">' Mr-. Slaviter,
Mr*. A. (.ultimar.. Harry Roue
and Harry Greenborv.
TICKETS 50c and 75c
: H N H Itl Bt., 81S N. K.
2nd Ave. and :tll Washington
Ave., Miami .teach.
William Penn
Hotel Restaurant
Now Open
I'nder the Management of _
FEED C. MAI RF.R
* Formerly of Sunshine Cafeteria
Table d'Hote and a la Carte
l'iiptii.ir Prices m
OPES ALL SUMMER
Our Special
Seven Course Dinner, only 50c

u OPEN FOR PARTIES B
Phone 3-3301 for Reservation.
!
!
IF TOU REAI.I.Y WANT
I FRESH BEEF I
and VEAL J
" STOP AND SHOP AT
Farmer's Meat Market
71 Northwest Fifth Street
B (One-half Block West of
Miami Avenuei
I Veal Shoulder, 2 lbs........25c j|
Legs of Veal, lb............15c B
Veal Chops, lb.............15c
I Beef Steaks and Boneless
? Beef, lb..................15c
Scalded Calves' Heads and
I Calves1 Feet
---
pjj Formerly 3 Years at r'armer.
City i urb Market P
All Meats Fresh Killed m
A nnouncing .
CAR PER FUNERAL SERVICE
Successor to GAUTIER FUNERAl SERVH I
Will endeavor to improve the high class service that
has hern rendered in the past.
514 West Flagler Street
PHONES 2-8421 and 2-8422

JR.
for the
Miami City
Commission
Leeds Institute Physical Correction
Natural Health Builders
Incorporated
Successfully treating Arthritis, Colitis. Acidosis. Rheumatism.
Sciatica. Lumbago, Stomach and Intestinal Disorders Eye
Treatments, Spine and Foot Corrections Mineral Salt. Vapor,
Colonic and Reducing Baths.
Scientific Musttge Graduate Attendants
DR. V. I.. SINGI.EY. President
Phone 2-34.11. 20*0 Bisravne Bouleord. Miami, and
Breakers Hotel. Miami Beach Phone .-.-3213


Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORID
IAN
Friday, April U ,,,
24 N. MIAMI AVENUE
EASTER
FASHIONS
i. AT
FAYMUS
FAY'S
Faymous For
STYLE PRICE
Buy Your Easter Dress and
Hat now and save Our
tylos are beautiful Our
prices are right.
$
EASTER HATS
Beautiful I Bee Straw*
Ko.iutiful I..irtf > lop*
1-2-3
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EASTER DRESSES
Organdies. Laces, Taffetas,
Beautiful SatinsIn all the
Sale*' Models,
S2-$3-$4-$5
SII.K DRESSES
Sue. II In Ifi
All Late*) Watte
51.99 $5-99 $.1.99
White Magic
'Continued from Page Onei
the largess of such lips ls ample
reward for the telepathic travel, en-
forced upon us by the writer, over
seven centuries and Into hundreds
of new worlds.
In a typical passage In
Joyce's "Ulysses, '-!:i' hero Steph-
en Dedalus. considering that all hu-
:.- bound together In
of allied and related navel-cords, la
driven by the stn am
neaa to think I u
tnentallj makes
Adam
K.;.:::\ : [I DT OXiA
: u It ph nil
as m Uau i b I a tru
super
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Tuttle I>arag
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Liner Suits
SIG.SIZS $15
FRANK RAY
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so inspired .i char-
V
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. bodj' buried up
t 11 a .
11 there be only
5 in t
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THE
\Ym. Penn Hotel
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Special V :. :-.
$5.50 per Pers n. St: -
Dinner, Roi m and li
3 Meal;, Room and Bal i. S
Breakfast, Monday
Phone Reservation 5-130]
E. 11. Griffith, Mgr.
and Blake, who like the Great Holy
Assembly, could
Hold infinity In the palm of the
hand
And eternity in an hour .
Dr. Benslon has rendered a great
sci vice to literature with his trans-
lation and analysis of the Zohar. It
la an addendum to knowledge.
Written with a high seriousness, it
is not merely another appendix to
the numerous brochures which are
, from the printing presses of
the world as Jewish literature; it is
ual contribution to Judaica.
: the admirable descrip-
tion of the Seven Palaces, the au-
intimacy with the cherubim
and seraphim, his command of the
Sphipoth, and how, with the eyes of
Bai Vochai, he looks, as through a
b --hole into that Paradise
PRDS' made up of Pshat. Rome;-.
Drash and Sod. Dr. Bension
aptly use Shakespeare's words
I come
To answer thy pleasure, be t t0 ..
To swim, to dive into the fire, to rid
On the curled clouds; to thy stroiJ
bidding, task
Ariel and all his quality .
Delaney & Beers
Kodak Flnlahinc and Enlarln(
Commercial Work and Home 1'ortniu
50% On* on All Amateur Work
212 N. E. 4th St. Phf 2.,i
We Take the DENT
Out of ACCI-DEXT
Woodwork. Top*. Fenders and Hod,
Work, Painting and Wreck*! Ser
vice.
Auto Collision
Works, Inc.
(HAS. W1NKEI.MAN. Mur
125-IJS N. E. 13th St.
Phon* 2-1.-.31 KdKtwatrr ini.R
Facts Worth Considering
Since his arrival in Miami 19 years ago Alexander Orr, Jr.. candi-
date for the City Commission of Miami, has continued to take an
letlve interest iii public affairs and has served the community in'
many and varied capacities. Within a few months after his arrival
he organised, trained and directed the old Woodmen of the World
Band lo conduct the musical part of the Magic Knights of Bade
Pageant in 1915.
A Knight Templar. Scottish Rite Mason, and member of the,
Mahl Shrine Temple, he organized and trained the first hand of the
temple and was director of music when the band accompanied thf
Temple to the Washington convention. He has continued his inler-
, -: In the musical life of the community, being at present the pres-
ident of the Miami Civic Music Association.
Mr. Orr has been twice president of the state association of the
I |i rida Plumbing and Heating Dealers' Association, past president
of the Miami Builders' Exchange. vice-pres:dent of the Va'ional
\ elation of Builders' Exchanges. Washington. D. Ci twice presi-
dent Miami Chamber of Commerce, past president Dade Count;
( nnciL Bey Stouts, director of boys' n"k, Rotary Club has served
I the board of the Community Chest and Welfare Board; for
man; rears member of ihe board of trustees of the Jackson Mem-
I Hospital reslgnlni shortly after the present city admlnistra-
t: n took office).
Hi* activities :is pre-ident of the Tax Relief Association are
11 to everyone. Under his direction this organisation has been
largelj responsible for many economies in city-county administra-
tion activities, resulting in large reductions in the tax levies. S'.atr
director American Taxpayers' League. Inc. Washington. I). (.
He i* a Presbyterian, a former deacon of the First Presbyterian
( hun h of this city.
Mr. Orr is a member of the board of the Dade Countv chapter
the American Bed Cross. As disaster director of the Red Cross
he directed the rescue work and relief measures carried out from
Miami during the West Palm Beach disaster: also the rescue and
work of the disaster through the Florida keys at Homestead.
In this work he has had I" administer all of the national and local
fund* expended In the work and has on many occasions been highly
I ded for the efficiency of this important service.
In 19: the Miami Herald awarded a loving cup to Mr. Orr for
i- ding eivti service. He is at present the president of the Mi-
Botarj Club, president of the Greater Miami Port Association.
. -id in effort to secure deep water for citv of MiarM
- .r.
Vote For
ALEXANDER ORR, JR.
For Miami City Commission
Administration b\ .i Successful Bi
ONLY-$59.75
A brand new Dining Room
Suite walnut: table, buffet.
five chairs, one host chair. I he
latot design and only $59.75.
Can he had in 9 pieces if desired
Miami Mather Company
21 N. W. First Street