The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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wJewisti floridiar
Vol. h
So. 19.
LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
: \i 12, 1933.
Price Five Cents
Junior Council Huge Protest Club To Present f----------------------j
To Observe Day March Is Held GalaShowSunday ;Annuncements.
: John K. Clemmer. bet-
o thousands ol Miami-
no pointing to his
Ivic life of the city
his being elected city
C Oling to Miami 11
oon obtained recog-
and effect-
o( the
y
life of the citj He
ent of the
vice pi'
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mber of thi '
of Pharmacy B
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ntion held recently His
Kcord hows thai hi I
tlcal affair.s and not
theorist, and bee a;
ial M
Ity commission, vot-
to suppon Dr.
Cli
I ears ring he
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Sunda
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who was second in
: -:x nominees from whom
trill choose three com-
pany part of June.
brilliant record of com-
levi menu in civic, fra-
communal affairs. In
has received the un-
::: of all who
1th him for hon-
quare dealing in
lid to carry out
ils duty on public
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BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
1 r.-rvativf.
1J9 N. W. Third A-not
MAX SHArTRO. Rabbi
[in at
6:15 p
Cant'.:
ing assisted by thi
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ISIS
'Orthodox,
W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
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Rabbi Kaplan to
Be at Conference
Benefit Bridge
For German Jews
l n by news of sufferings
. German.
announced by
: lbution commitwe
men's Club of the Workmen j
Circle will give a benefit bridge on
Continued on Pae 6i
Auxiliary Names
New Leaders
-
,. the
,ob. Jonah
delivered a five-:,
,t.onal talk following the for-
mal business meeting-
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Senior Council
Elects Officers
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
I Orthodox.
311 Wuhiniton \'t.. Miami Beach
begin at
6:30 pj
hen a pr
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Boris nduct thi
clay morn-
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5:30 ;.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
Reform
II" \. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
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Dr. Kapl
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Joint D.C.
Makes Appeal
(HANKS
\\,. ,ir.. tin erelj ippn
ror the mar
dation thai we
, Hi.M.c ;i"n with M|,r ''"" '" ltl''
recent Incident Involvlnf i local
minister ol the KOspeL W< '"
happj thai "ur bellel
,,,,- of our non-Jrih fri.nd-
,,.,. been amply bon.....! B
ir.il ii tii'- iuiig eame froni
non-Jewi f hub P"-'l'" '"
,.., i- reap* in.- i ommunili b tffe
m | lorid.i and the North. Be-
,aiiM- we feel that nothing more
ran be trained by further public-
il\ in thi~ particular matter e
have decided to refrain from fur-
ther comment.
SufTice it to lay that The Jew-
ish Floridian will always be on
the Job.
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power
and cet
:
that
work :: Europe ar.d among
the Jews of G-: ousands of
whom are homeless refugees in oth-
er lands, sufficient funds with which
to prevent the otherwise inevitable
toll of destitution and continuing
impot erishment.
Sunday School
To Hold Picnic

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been
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be rea

and
friend and
witness the affair. Provision has
been made for picnic tables for
those bringing their lunch with
them.


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Ellas Rose announced the engage-
ment of his daughter. Hilma. to Sam
August, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerson
August ot this city. The wedding
Will take place June 18.
In honor of their son and his fi-
ancee. Mr. and Mrs. August enter-
tamed at their home, 1375 s. w
Sixth street, last Sunday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weingarten
of New York, who were married re-
cently at Reno. New. arrived after
an airplane trip from the West and
arc at their home. 5763 Pine Tree
drive. Miami Beach, for a stay of
two weeks. Mr. Weingarten is presi-
dent of the Lubach Corporation and
one of the London-Character Shoe
ny. He recently purchased
the residence he Is occupying from
James Sibley.

Miss Florence Besvenick, whose
engagement to William Capland was
announced recently, was given a
brid i al Maj -
fair Lane last v
included a:: i aj
Sheldon, Miss Milliceni I
Miss Millie l)iii-i-n. Miss Dori
id Bass, Mrs. Irving
Mark, Miss
ck,
The EQUITABLE
I !l I ISS1 RAN< I M'< MTV
ol the
United Stales
LIFE IXSl'RANCE and
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rn District
) l-ll Biscayne Building
Phone !-loi3
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Try (he
ROSED ALE
Delicatessen
:i! ST,
Not connected with any
other linn or buslne
FOR ANYTHING IN FOOD
\M) itr.l.K ATESSEN
"I I i 1 /' '' rOod"

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Miss Rose Weingarten. bride-elect.
was gUOSl of honor at a shower giv-
en by the Misses Ida and Ruth
i Schwartz last week. Gifts were pre-
sented in a huge basket, attractively
decorated. During the evening
games were played and appropriate
readings given by Miss Adele Segall.
Garden flowers decorated the home
and refreshments were served. Miss
Beatrice Goldenblank and Miss
Mary Bandle won prizes.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesson cel-
ebrated their first wedding anniver-
sary Friday at their home. 1032 S.
W. Thirteenth avenue, A group of
friends were united on this occas-
ion.
*
The Junior committee of Beth
David Sisterhood met Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. a. F. Friedman.
1122 s. w. Seventeenth avenue
Bridge was played, followed by a
i nil a] meeting. Refreshments were
served at a late hour.
The Service Grain Company a
ne feed: concern, has
128 X. W. Twenty-fifth street. The
will ill-'Mb. quality
; eds and rented! is. The Location

i \ W I lai |) is man-
m, promlni I i
. New York ( Isiting
:: .ii Miami
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May K
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R IDIATOR
WORKS
I I 19 s. \\ l-i St,
Radiators i leaned
I repaired and re
ilaeed. All rk
,i.i r., nteed.
Flagler Poultry
Market
n '/ .;/, ami Retail
Dirtribator* >f
Strictly Kris]) Florida Eggs
Fancy Live and Dressed Poultry
"\,i Short Weights No Lone. Waits"
I 11] w I lag-ler St. Phone 2-C878
DRIVE IN FOR FREE TES1
I We (lean Radiators Without
Removing from Car
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SKMINOLK
RADIO SHOP
Live Poultry and Choice
Fruits and Vegetables
PrlCM Rich!
MRS. A. WALL
SS-M City Terminal Market
S. W. 2nd Art. and 2nd Si.
1 in-. W. Flintier St. Phone Mili
We Specialise In Repairs
ANY MAKE RADIO
' W. S. 4 ulpcppcr Gcoe McKvnsta
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social hour will be spent and a spe-
cial film will be exhibited. The
meeting will begin at 8 p.m. in the
Ponce de Leon hotel and all mem-
bers are urged to attend.

Last Monday afternoon an impor-
tant board meeting of Senior Ha-
dassah was held at the Acacia club
and was followed by a large general
meeting dedicated to infant welfare
work. A splendid educational pro-
gram was presented with addresses
by Mrs. Leonard Epstein who spoke
on "Infant Welfare Work in Pales-
tine" and Dr. Sam Roberts, child
specialist, who spoke on "Infant
Welfare Work. Diet, and Vitanunes."
The Misses Frances and Evelyn
Kane were heard in a group of in-
strumental selections. A social hour
followed and refreshments were
served Mrs. Fred l.aut/.ky presided
and Mrs. Mannle Wesson was In
charge ol the program.
To add 40 years to one's age in 40
minutes Is a feat seldom performed,
but Barbara Stanwyck did it -
times during the filming ol "So
Bi:." her new Warner Brothers star-
ring picture at the ~th Avenui
' i Sunday and Monday.
In the i
Miss Stanwyck, In the roll ol
: dne Perb i
d vel, appeal- B
Irl; bin the stor; Selina on
to maturity and to the verge oi old
. .d Barbai i
up" for thi
film b P ''. more, chli
pei i In uch matters al thi v.
hose who
,-yck mak
lads1.
Bl
support in
George 1 I
1:
Robert v.
I
ni
I
ly a ni
i i Hepburn "A Bill ol Di<
.in nt.' coming to tlu Tivoli t.
Sunda nd Mot da;
n II :..'..
nal pictun
ri here is oi ih in the
i ii tun thai matter* al all, and it is
b autifully played by thai very
ming lady. Billie Burke. To bi
was a somewhat thank-
task, thai ol a wife and mother
to distraut, so cru tied by circum-
stance, that she i- a helpless soul,
i fore an uncer-
tain fate, in the hands ol a less
capable actress it might be unim-
ive Done by Miss Burke, n
key- the whole beautiful tragedy. It
to a picture well worth seeing,
* *
Bnai Brith lodge and the local A.
Z. A. iJunior Bnai Brithi will give
a Joint program this coming Sunday
veiling. May 14. in observance of
Its annual Mother's day celebration.
at Beth David Talmud Torah hall.
There will be a short address by a
prominent speaker, musical numbers
by prominent artists, and a social
hour will follow the formal part of
the program. Messrs. Nat Williams.
I. Levin and William Friedman are
in charge of arrangements. There
will be no charges of any kind and
the public is urged to attend.
Mrs. Barney Wemkie. membership
chairman of Senior Hadassah, is ar-
ranging for a spring membership
drive for the organization which will
i -hortly.

This afternoon al 12:30 the offi-
cers recently chosen for tin Miami
chapter ol the Senior Council oi
Jewish Women will be Installed al
a luncheon In the Antilla hotel, Cor-
al Gables, i he invocation will i
: i ii bj Mi Lewis Bn wn ai d
Lutzky will act as I
i hi pri idi nl
the incoming presi-
dent, Mrs. Sydney i.. Weintraub, and
an addresi ... bi made by Mrs
ry president i i

-lam Will I
.
iiuin-
II t s i
a connnitti i
Dubler, chairman, and Mea
Charles Greenfield, p. Scheinberg
and Harry I. Magid. All members
are urged to attend.
* *
On May 19 the Senior Han
will give its annual linen shower
and bridge for the Palestine Supply
fund at the Miami Acacia club in
the Congress building beginniey at
2 p.m. Admission will be by a gift
of Sheets, diapers, pillow ca
towels. Prizes will be given for high
scores and refreshments will be
served. A very interesting afternoon
is promised by the committee In
charge, headed by Mrs. Sam Kate,
chairman.
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tivoli;
W. Flagler at 8th Phone l-ISSI !
SunHa> and Mundny, Ma* 14*15
JOHN BARRVMORE in !
;'A Bill of
Divorcement"
with KATHARINE HEPBURN i
sswttmsjttiiUdjwimszR
Perfect Maiden
Brassieres
Hperiall) designed lo meet the re-
quirements of particular women.
Maili- in meaiure, elentlAeall) Si-
ted, satisfaction guaranteed, i ill
write or send for questionnaire.
MADAME M. II. RODRIGI I .'|
I -.ir. v E, Miami Place
B>
Ml XMI. FLORIDA
M =i
TmSHIZTiiSilcS^RSSIiSZSZTUilii
. I nnouncing ...
THE OPENING OF
SERVICE GRAIN
COMPANY
Itistribulors nf
PRATT'S Ql'ALITl FEEDS
\M) REMEDIES
I.- N. w. -Ill ST.
I'lii'ii, 2-211 i Miami, I lorMa

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For Girls
An Ideal Vacation spot |
'i i in- Daughter
II KIM II \ 111 ItKuW III n t i \ >
Owner and Director
I liltla Riesner
l-i,: s. u. Thirteenth S.....
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For liil'mni.ilinn Phone 3-2493
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HOME SERVICE IMSDRY
Mrs. Clara I). Kersey. Prop.
1225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5654
SPECIAL
20 lbs. Rough Dry. $1.00
Flat Work Finished
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Dade Mattress
Company
\1 INI IM II RER8 and
RETAILERS
Mattreaaea, llo\ Bprlnia, Pillow,*
and l u-Iiii,ii*
Klerili/ini:. Renovating and
I "pholsterinif
FACTORY TO viii
1242 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
TELEPHONE 2-1 ioh
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CHOICE LIVE POULTRY
HENS, FRYERS, PULLETS.
DUCKS, ETC.
I FRESH FLORIDA EGGS
al rvnsiiiiahlr prlCM
Florida Poultry
& Egg Co.
Wholesale and Retail
1217-19-21 W. Flagler Street
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jack krim. Mat.
We Deliver
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Alexander Orr, Jr., Inc.
Plumbing and I [eating
mi wn m:\< ii
112] Hah St. I'hnni' 5-3541
MIAMI
IS N. W. .1rd St. IMmne 2-.169I
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Draft Beer Coolers
v clreolallni JBtMl at IfflH
than $100
i i-'h or Time I'fivmt-ntri Arranged
Pl'RO FILTER CORP.
1.1.11 N. Miami Ave.
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WHAT TO DO?
With funds available for investment with stocks, bonds mid
other securities having depredated market value or in de-
fault on interest. Consult us regarding vour investment
requirements.
EASTWOOD, SMITH AND COMPANY
SPECIALIZING IN FLORIDA MUNICIPAL BONDS
AND INVESTMENT TRUST SHARES.
MM Iiiui Ii..m Building Phone 2-0662


12, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
"""fubum*0 n*jMT FKIl.AY
ruisll FLORIDIAN V. BUSKING CO.
lt*\> ,, ,,. Box 2S13
yiaml. Florida Phone 2-1183
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Jewish Chastity
or Friendship?
Editorial officmi
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}.LOUS sill CHET, Editor
p,WABD I ML IN- Ad.crll.lrj Man.gr.
(|il h. BHOi IIET. Circulation Mana
r7~T ... iccond cl* mailer July 4.
0 Ice at Miami, Florida.
M,r,h 3. 187..
ui-i PALM BBACH OFFICE
ii i Eighth Btreet
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SUBSCRIPTION
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One Vr
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Vol. 6. No. 19.
FRIDAY, MAY 12. IMS.
Mothei *& Day
By proclamation of the president
d States, supplemented
overnors and other of-
S inday, May 14, has been set
Obe ivan. ol Mothers
day. The church is will hold special
[butes will be paid to
others living and gone.
So many have asked. "Do not
.i m ither's day?" "We
have looked through the entire Jew-
ish calendar and have found no
such day set aside." We looked at
the questioners more in pity than
team. 'I* real Jews, to those who
aught the true faith of
our for such a question is
superfluous. To such a Jew. EVERY
DAY Is MOTHER'S DAY. For is
r.ot one ol the Brst commandments
'Hono: tl lather and thy mother"?
ii observant of tradi-
Judaism Is not acquainted
imous saying of one of
ages, "The Shechina
pproacheth" when he saw his
Bother coming. Who. of those who
(1 our lore and treasured
loes not know ol the re-
teem that the Jewish
held in by all Jews at a
Other women were re-
. as mere chattels in the
: man? Who does not know
arkable difference shown.
nee reposed in the many
who were leaders in Israel
lime ol the Bible down to
ily modern days?
Do Jews have a Mother's day?
. to every true Jew. it is
Mothi t day every' day of the week.
Non-Jewish View on
Intermarriage
A non-Jewish friend sends us a
Clipping from a recent issue of Ex-
Aagazine. In the "Marriage
column of this important
periodical appeared the
tng question:
1 very much in love with a
boy, and although I have
'ried to break off our attachment on
account of the protests of our fam-
I find it very difficult, and I
feel sure that I could never love
toother. Should I marry him and
take the consequences, or what ad-
"Uld you give me? I am still
' the early twenties.N. Y."
And to this question the editor
We the following answer:
"My advice to you is to cultivate
other interests. You are not the first
*ho thought she could never learn
to love another. You are young, and
a" lite la ahead of you. Of course.
'"( contains many heartaches.
are by no means perfect,
must learn to make the re-
adjustments. In a way perhaps it is
100 bad that the human race is not
a" of one color or race. Certainly it
quainted with Jewish life and Jew-
ish ceremonials and to make sure
that the ladies were really ins i
the Jew to kiss wife and daughter
in ins i the official's i presence, On
hearing the officer's request, the
Jew turned pale and tried to ex-
plain that ll Is nol
Jews to kiss their wives publicly and
as for his daughter, the Jew contin-
ued, "she is now in a condition whin
even a lather Is forbidden to (iii-
brace her. leave alone kissing." The
officer, hov i adamant
insisted that to prove hi
ship to the women he must kiss
them publicly, otherwise he would
not allow him to cross the border,
in vam did the Jew plead that it Is
unbecoming and contrary to relig-
ion- practices to hug and kiss one's
wife and In so public a
manner, but the immigration offi-
cer's order was e and there
In the matter. Fin-
ally, as Rabbi Bacharach nai
the Jew gs
sum ol mom and he was told to
proceed without proving thi i
hugging and kissing that the \
Jly his wife and dai.
Everything ended happily at the
cost of a bribe. The
related to the learned rabbi, wl
Ins legal mind aworking on the pos-
sible legal aspects ol thi
Rabbi Bacharach, thi elements ot
drama, comedy, tragedy and ;
involved In the case wore ol no In-
: the human side of thi
currence didn't matter to him, but
ho refli riously on the legal
Issues thai might ha. d into
the case had not the immigi
official settled the matter by the
ai ceptance oi a bribe
What would the Jen have had to
do. argues Rabbi Bacharach in a
lengthy dissertation, if the official
had remained obdurate In his de-
mand that he must kiss ins "wife
and daughter" to establish relation-
ship? Kl her's wife Is a
nu)st :. and would he have
been Justified to commit such a sin
m order to cross the border with
the woman he sought to shelter?
w., :,, rime worth the price?
Moreover, continues Rabbi Bach-
. the rabbis oi the Talmud laid
down rules regarding the
three fundamental laws against
Idolatry, adultery and murder.
Should a Jew. say the rabbis, be
forced into committing any one of
these three sins he should prefer
death to transgression. (Martyrdom
in the cause of religion was a fre-
quent occurrence in the period of (
Roman persecution and the rabbis
had to define when and for what
:: b Ji should sacrifice
Now," questions Rabbi
Bacharach, 'would the act of kissing
another wife come under the cate-
na ol adultery, which is not con-
the cost of one's
life?"
The findings of the learned rabbi
in Immaterial and of no conse-
quence except to the lover of casu-
The pllpullstic mind may. per-
haps, find in it scholarly reasoning
it's desire. The student of
Jewish history, however, will find in
It a wealth ol material enough to
draw a vivid picture ol Jewish every
day ;. many in the 17th a n-
tury.
M( nob worthy Is the high moral
standard ol German Jews at that
period. While Rabbi Bacharach's le-
gal essay Is purely hypothetical yet
it vividly portrays Jewish chastity
at its noblest. Evidently the very
thought of being on the threshold
temptation must have been try-
lence and he sought
the rabbi's aid lor spiritual :
While on the tace of it the whole
discussion iuperfluous, <
yet it forms a background which re-
nception of
acredness of married life.
The story as outlined by Rabbi
Bacharach. with all it grotesqueness,
conveys to the modern Jew a spier,-
: did picture oi his ai In Ger-
iny in the 17th century.
If you're feeling tired and blue.
Or distressed by anxious doubt.
There Is one best thing to do
Cross it out!
If you think you are misjudged,
Swiftly put the thought to rout
Do not argue nor resent
Cross it out!
It your neighbor talks di.
thma, backache, lever, gout,
Listen pleasantly and then-
Cross it out!
II the raucous noise of town
Makes you wish to loudly shout.
Seek at once an inner poise
Cross it out!
If base slander rents tlie air.
Or mean gossip stalks about.
Put your finger on your lips
Cross It out!
It you feel that you have failed.
And your efforts count for naught,
Do not mumble star: again
Cross it out!
The Eskimo slepes in his white bear
skm.
And sleeps very well. I am told:
Last night I slept in my white bare
skin
And caught a whale of a cold.
lies with your salesmanship. You
produce youi IthOUt a quack.
to youi swimming pool you waddle
b.uk. i tell the world, to let 'em
know, so I cackle around for an hour
OOd denial.d for the
i lay, for I make my advertls-
pay."
Everythii to him who or-
rtash.
"What are you doing to-
?"
Girl leagerlyj: Nothin
B "Well, you won't be tired to-
morrow ir.' mil
"Here's a picture 'it my husband
standii ""
funny, I don't see your
husband."
ire i Why the
big bum went in there again."
Manj qui r
In th
And bridi
II a man has common sense he
seldom makes use of it in a love
affair.
is a .-hame that there are divisions
In religion. Many persons are un-
happy because they fall In love with
Wmeone who Is already married or
who belongs to another class of so-
ciety, and so is out of reach. But
their problems are not solved by-
overstepping the natural or conven-
Oonal barriers. If this Jew compro-
mises his religion and national tra-
ditions for you. he will be cast out
by his family: and if you attempt to
Bt to with a Jewish system, you wlU
soon discover the painfutoess of
vour situation. This is not the fault
Of the Jewish people, nor Is K
yours: but it I. a warning that yo,,
can best work out your d. Inj
among your own people.'
Well answered. Simply and clearly
Without malice to anyone, this col-
umnist showed an understanding of
2 marriage and uucmarriage
^he you.U foUtS beware Aside
from the religious issue involved in
ntemarnage. the social aspects are
o complicated that mixed marriag-
e. pJde many dangers to happi-
ness.
A MODERN PHAROAH
Hi I Kl l>.\ Mil I 1 K Ll l/M
What monstrous travi
Can this new menace be?
This avalanche of degradation
In a modern civilization.
re and outrage.
Is it a revival of the dark ai
Retribution will be made
God n afraid.
Altho a people of noble birth.
A scapegoat seems their only
worth:
Their suffering reverberates,
Wicked atrocities accumulates.
pharoahs live In every age.
Upon the Jews their wrath to
: agl
Despots plant seeds of hate.
I Ise tongues a mesh of lies
create.
Vendettas of hate are not new.
They always confront the Jew;
If not avarice or bigotry.
The oligarchy fabricate calumny.
- history recapitulates.
The Egyptian plight this illu-
strates,
That wicked Pharoah got his due
For torturing the hapless Jew.
Not long will this vandal sit.
jews his captives, in a sei
pit:
The enlightened world will noi
by
While a madman the laws of God
and man defy.
"The thing for you to do." said
the doctor to the man with the
frazzled nerves, "is to stop thinking
of yourself to bury your.-'.:
your work."
Gosh!' returned the patient
and me a concrete mixer.
Another thing about those Miami
Beach bathers is that they're Just
too overbaring.
Mosi Mai Don d, an Aberdeen
jew. had i: hi friend McTav-
Ish to have a drink.
aid hop
and poured a the
McTav Ish illent,
Cautiously Mi an-
other drop. Again si. M -
Did you hear about the fire at
George M iddenly.
"When?" asked Mi Tavi h Inno-
cently.
Moses put thi i ttle down with a
sigh of re..
Radio Synagog
for fun we made a ve
man.
And a cabbage head was whet
began.
The potato gave us two of it-
Two ears of corn were the proper
For his middle we gathered a pump-
kin round:
Red radishes made good buttons, we
found;
We teased the lettuce its head to
give,
For without it our vegetable mar.
couldn't live.
For his arms and legs we cut celery-
stalks
To help him along should he take
long walks.
We picked a crook-neck squash for
a cane
R~-!'y it mad" him feel so vain!
Si me onion sprouts made a i.
neat:
a stylish hat was a rosj b 11
, ..u> tie him together-
queer things!
We asked the beans to lend us
their strings.
And when he was finished v.-e
laughed in glee
H was quite the most ful
son to see!
And for fear you sould think this
man is a cheat.
Make one and find he's good enough,
to eat!
Accon prominent author-
il the
fortieth day the ark hit against the
protruding top i light
pole, which pok in the bow.
down and the
the leak
m the hole, :- t^*1
- cold. But the
dog soon be 50 Mrs. Noah
: ami and put her I
hole, which women al-
bave cold feet. Finally, how-
us the wati to,
Noah I....... down and sat
on the hole, which is the n
that m and with their
backs to a fire.
XWO : n(l In the 0nU"
1
"How'se e bustai
ood."
.. I. I hi
. d
: .. ;.. pi d that :
ad to'
"Bui
l(
N
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Rabbi B. M Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
h over WIOD at 10 o'clock
Sunday on "Woman. Gods Agent."
This will be Mother's day sermon.
In addition to the sermon there will
be music, prayers, scripture reading
and a question box.
people who strike in the dark may-
mean well, but they seldom hit the
right spot.
Said the puddle duck to the little
white hen. "I've not sold an egg
since I don't know when: yet
quite sure that the eggs I lay are as
good as a hen's egg any old day."
Said the little white hen to the pud-
dle duck. "You think, perhaps, you
are out of luck. Your eggs are gc*d.
j 111 freely admit and larger, too. by
quite a bit; but. my dear Mrs. Duck.
I'll give you a tip. the whole fault
To ;.
.
No wonder edlti
-..
-
How II
I never knew '
That to or*
.Until I noticed
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Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 12, 1933
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fiahui ^gttagng SitUrtin
EdileJ by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
rounder and DiriH'tor. Radio Synaitog uf America
% Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, FLORIDA
SUNDAY, MAV 7, 19:!^.
No. 2.
+ Vol. II.
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???????????????????????????????????????? "DEVIL-WORSHIP"
Scripture Reading, James, Chapter III.
WHERE there is growth there are growing pains. Mental expansion
and spiritual expansion are no freer from these pains than is physical
growth. It requires the exercise of a great force to break through a fixa-
tion. Set views and fixed ideas encompass one as with a metal hoop which
must be broken to permit enlargement. The courage and strength must
come from within as does the growth. Just as man does not grow in stat-
ure by the external addition ol physical matter so also does mental and
spiritual growth not take place except by inner development. Only the
weak remain stationary and keep within the bounds of set views, refusing
broader ideas. They are kept within bounds by Hie bonds and the bands
of metallic texture through which they cannot break because of inertia
mental inertia. This inertia is a sign of weakness because the individual
CAN grow if he but WILL.
ONE day last week, a local newspaper carried an item which reported a
statement by a lady who had been a missionary in China. This lady
resigned from her work and expressed herself for a "creedless faith." Im-
mediately she was branded as "unorthodox."' Last week, also, my attention
was called to the preaching of a local minister who. in the name of Chris-
tianity, taught that all the ills of the world were caused by the Jews. This
minister also quoted from some literature which contained reprints of por-
tions of that old forgery and libel of the Jew. "The Protocols of the Elders
of Zion." In the name of Christianity this minister stirred up hatred of
the Jew. If I understand Christianity correctly it is a religion of love. I
call to the attention of that minister and of all Christians the third chap-
ter of the General Epistle of James which was our scripture reading for
today. An Old Testament text might have been flung back at me as being
partial to the Jew. The New Testament cannot thus be accused.
ONE more item bears on our subject, today. Recently. I called on a
prominent business executive in the city. While waiting for him. I
had occasion to meet his secretary. The young lady, when she saw my
card, introduced herself to me and stated that, although she is a Chris-
tian, she regularly listens to these broadcasts. I asked if the time is con-
venient for her; if it comes prior to her own church service or after it.
She inlormed me that she had stopped attending church some time before
she had learned of the Radio Synagog, and. that the other members of her
family did attend their own church though she remained at home to listen
to these services. I was interested to know the reason for her absence from
church. Thus was her answer: "I cannot agree with the sermons and
preachings of the ministers. I have attended different denominations. Al-
most always the preacher criticizes other denominations and creeds. What
has impressed me most about the Radio Synagog is its fairness and the
complete absence of 'knocking' of other faiths and creeds." This young
lady may be considered irreligious by the members of her family and
church because she docs not join with them in worship. But. this young
lady is truly religious. She believes in a God of Love and she does not find
Him present or exemplified in teachings of the churches she has visited.
TOO long have the places of worship of all religions been teaching a
Godless creed. It is high time that creedless Faith, as suggested by the
ex-missionary, should take its place.
THE minister who preached a sermon of hate against the Jew was play-
ing into the hands of the devil who thrives on hatred and venomous
utterances. That minister was as far from the teachings of Christianity as
Jewish preachers who, through ignorance of true religion, attempt to in-
still hatred, are off the field of Judaism. Such preachers may be likened to
specialists in the field of medicine or surgery. To the specialist all ailments
have their origins and their cures in the organs that come Under his spe-
cialty. The throat-specialist will convince his patient that the removal of
his tonsils will effect a cure for the entire body. The internist will contend
that the drags he prescribes for the system are the essentials that spell
good health. The chiropractor believes and teaches that a spinal adjust-
ment is just the thing to restore your lost health to you. The surgeon Is
positive that no medical treatment will make you well. It must be an
operation.
ALL these gentlemen mean well. But no one of them has the only and
complete remedy at his hand. The physician must always have before
him his knowledge of the entire human anatomy and the related subjects
he was taught at school. He must view the body of the patient In that
light and not within the narrow confines of his specialty. The trouble with
the clergy is that each minister is a specialist. He sees only his particular
denomination and its dogmas. God ceases to be a universal deity. Man-
kind is centered within the walls of that church. Scripture and the history
of all religious development do not exist for the minister or the rabbi who
is a creedist. Only those verses, which his denomination has used as its
keystone, fill his mind. The rest of Holy Writ is ignored. Any church bas-
ing its creed on other verses is "distorting scripture," if these "religious
specialists" are to be believed.
TO add to this confusion of creeds, some ministers still worship the
devil. Their utterances are filled with vitriolic denunciations of all
others. Such preachment is not of God. God Is Love. The tongue is used
wrongfully. "Therewith bless we God. even the Father; and therewith
curse we men. which are made after the similitude of God. ." "Out of the
same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things
ought not so to be ." "This wisdom descendeth not from above, but is
earthly, sensual, devilish. ." Christianity brands such words as devilish.
True Christians are repulsed from the churches by attempts to spread
hatred in a building sacred to the God of Love. Such utterances and such
ministers debase religion.
An Ifitfrt'xtitip I etterneht Germany l0 lhe bitter end
/in intending uaner wnatever nappcns. Hit germany
WHEREVER YOU CAN.
1. DO NOT spend any money if a
German derives any benefit from it.
"2. BY NO MEANS should you
New York, N. Y. To Buenos
Aires, shanghai. Mobay. Johannes-
burg, Moscow and New York have
gone forth a tremendous batch of ,ravei on German ships anywhere
letters to friends, relatives and j or at any nme_
strangers all of them Jewscall-1 3 ^^ NQT smp merchandise
ing upon them to "hit Germany by cUrman Steamers.
wherever you can." It is the famous
boycott "chain" letter that origi-
nated in London with the League
to Combat Anti-Senntisni that was
formed as a result of the Nazi out-
rages in Germany.
The full text of the letter, which
is of unusual significance because
of the extent to which it is circu-
lated, has just reached New York
and reads as tollows:
"Dear Sir or Madam;
"The danger to our brethren in
(lermany is much greater than we
all anticipate. The diabolical game
has not stopped, and we must face
the fact that hundreds of thousands
of German Jews will either slowly
starve or be driven to commit sui-
cide in the near future.
"We have no official help, so we
must help ourselves and each other.
"4. DO NOT visit German health
resorts or the Leipzig Fair which
was made famous by the Jews, or
any German establishments even
outside Germany.
"5. AVOID GERMANY if and
when you can possibly help it.
"All in all. think twice before you
spend any money which may come
into German hands.
"Patronize the countries in which
the Jews are well treated and re-
spected.
"Please take thus letter most seri-
ously, copy it ten times and send it
to ten of your friends, asking them
to pass it on. so that it reaches
every part of the world as speedily
as possible. Let us unite, as our
conscience is clean we have done
no harm to anybody.
"The above must remain in force
Not much can be achieved by loud UNTIL the Hitlerites have officially
agitation, but effective propaganda altered lneir anti-Jewish attitude
must be spread on the quiet. I and we masl show ,, l|lal WE
"The Jews 111 Germany have help- CAN HOLD OUT AS LONG AS
ed to make Germany great; and the THEY OR LONGER.
Jews 111 Germany have been loyal j -Jews of the world stand with
Citizens and do not deserve what your backs against the wall and
they have to go through at the pres-, fight do not succumb show a
ent time. Therefore, we have to fighting spirit
JUDAISM has not yet lreed itself irom the type of preacher who is a
creedist. We, too. harbor some who would rather have a Godless creed
than a creedless faith. Despite the words of the prophets and of the great
rabbis that God is the Universal Father who loves all His children and
cans for them, impartially, there are still some who would confine Him to
the station of a tribal deity. Yes. we shall experience some growing pains
but development will follow.
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12, 193 .
.THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I i ve
OCIETY


7 ///
on MM '-'-' ">e senior chapter of
Bdassah wiU hold lls formal don-
urstea a: Che home of Mrs. Joseph
muunaon, 1415 Meridian avenue.
Sfcami Beach, With Mrs. Barney
junkie In charge of arrangements.
His is an annual event to which
jmembers ol the organization who
3,ve earned 'heir quota are permit-
fi io attend free of charge.

Xhe annual baby beauty contest
I sponsored by the senior chapter of
gadassah for the benefit of the Pal-
[i ml Welfare Work wll!
: this year on June 7.
r.th arraneements in charge of
Kandel and L. Roth.
isted by members of
janization. Full details will
| issue.

. May day i el< bration
i jun:> H lassah as held
| it the Flo: I
. number of : .-
| younger
ndi --' :..
H ma i : eren
... :
:. by popu-
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Ji wish Welfare bu-
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trial of its p:.
one of the health ...
roods.
An important meeting of the He-
brew Athletic club will be held
the Jewish Community Centre next
Wednesday night when nominations
will be made for o". :.e or-
ganization for thi nuns yeai All
membei.s are urged U
With a complete mod*::
just completed for 11 .'. .. Ian
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lor the
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ish Welfare bureau, thi
culture group. Temple Israel 8
hood and other communal act:
both Jewish and non-Jewish
be one of the camp mothers at
Camp Wohelo. and until she leaves
the latter part of next month will
act the Miami representative of
Camp Wohelo.

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:: am Sunday. May 14. in which
the c: ice part. The fol-
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An important meeting of the Lad-
ies" auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare
bureau will be held at Kaplan hall
Monday. May 15. beginning at 2
when Mrs. Max Dobnn. pro-
gram chairman, will present Dr
Jane French as the guest speake:.
: lends are urged
tend.
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THE JEWISH FLORI PI AN
Friday, May 12,
,
I
SOCIETY
L
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David
congregation will officiate next Sun-
day afternoon at the marriage cer-
emonies when Miss Florence Be.s-
vinick. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
S. Besvinick. will become the bride
of Mr. William Capland of Miami
Beach. The wedding will take place
at the home of the bride's parents
in the presence of the friends and
family. The bride will be attended
by Mrs living E. Greenfield as ma-
tro not honor, and by Miss Bess
Besvinick, a sister of the bride, as
maid of honor. Tin- groom will be
attended by Irving E, Greenfield as
best man, Mrs, Daniel Cromer will
play the wedding march on the vio-
lin, accompanied by Miss Doris
Cromer. A reception will lollow tin
ceremonies after which the couple
will leave for a trip to Canada. The
bride is a native of Toronto. Can..
where she received her primary and
high school education, she has been
a member of the teaching staff of
the Beth David Sunday school and
is one of the popular members of
the younger Miami Jewish set.

The Ladies' auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare bureau entertained
about 60 guests at the card party
sponsored for the benefit of the or-
ganlzation last Wednesday at Kap-
lan hall by Mrs. a. 1. Magid. Prizes
for high scores were won by Mrs.
M. L. Oayle and Mrs. d. Passman,
both of Chicago. 111., and Mrs. Har-
ry Nevin and Mrs. J. L. Hartz. Mrs.
was assisted bv Mesdames
BENEFIT BRIDGE
FOR GERMAN |F
Continued from Pu (),1
Thursday evening. May 25. the
cceds of which will be sen) in
joint Distribution committee
German Jews. The affair wil
given at the Community Cent!
the Hebrew Athletic club and
mission will be only 35 cents, p
will be awarded for high scon
refreshmenti will be
charge of arrangements are
Henry Seitlin. chairman; Mesd
E. Pont, B. Silver, E. K:\ww
Chertkoff, M. Gross, C Kal.
s aviter and Louis Levitt.
last Tuesday morning for the East
and an extended trip throughout ments and prizes, it is the last

States, 10 be gone all summer.
Mrs. A. Rothblatt and Mi 0
Silverman arc a
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Alexander
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Julius Simpson and Hazel Relchen-
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At the Bible study group which
meets Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
al the home ol Maj. Kaufman Man-
dell. 3012 S. w. Eighth street, Rabbi
s M Machtei will conduct the for-
um. Major Mandell will give his Im-
pressions 01 '.:: in-, gained
through 93 years of habitation
among men of all creeds. Those In-
terested in the views of a nonegen-
arian upon life and Its problems
and those interested in Bible study
are Invited. The class meets for one
hour.

Sunday. May 14. Mother's day will
be observed in the Sunday school of
Temple Israel.
On May 1G. the annual meeting il
Temple Israel congregation will be
held in Kaplan hall at 8 p.m.
On May 17. at 8 o'clock, a play
will be given by the children 01 the
iiool under the direct 1011
ol Mrs. Atx Li \ Ine for the bero
liglOUS SChOO] libra'.'. I'
in- children are mi si
llally invited.
on Sunday, May 21, >! usual an-
nual Sund 1 picnic will be
held at Sunny '
On M;i;, 28, during the Su
school ass 1. 2 and 3 wiii
I a very interesting program
under dlret I Ion ol Mk Li oh 1 .
nd the hi es will
oi the closing
xi n 1 iwarded ri 1
work during the year.
On 1 11 ... Ma. 30, Instead ol
tiu- usual confirmation, the entire
school will present a religious pro-
gram, to winch the congregation
and their friends will be invil
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Saturday morning services begin
at 0 o'clock, Sunday school classes
at 10 a.m. and Hebrew school daily
at 4 p.m.
Ml. Hose Horowitz tendered a
miscellaneous shower on Monday
evening at their hotel, to Miss Silvia
Schwartz, in honor ol her approach-
ing marriage to Mr. Ben Wolfson
Miss Schwartz was the recipient oi
many beautiful gilts.
Mrs. A. Sierkese is also giving a
social affair at her home, in honor
oi Mis. Silvia Schwartz. Several out
of town guests will be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hermer left
fair of the season, and a trea
crowd is expected.
Rabbi Mi xander S. K!>
: p nd Tuesday and V,
May 10 and 17. at the .
hotel, Miami Beach, win
society, on Sundaj i
at thi ition, with i i."-.- be pleased to see his friends."
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wJewisti floridiar Vol. h So. 19. LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY •: \i 12, 1933. Price Five Cents Junior Council Huge Protest Club To Present f j To Observe Day March Is Held GalaShowSunday ; Ann uncements. : John K. Clemmer. beto thousands ol Miamino pointing to his Ivic life of the city his being elected city C Oling to Miami 11 oon obtained recogand effecto( the y life of the citj He ent of the vice pi' ... pharmai it I mber of thi %  of Pharmacy B %  .. ntion held recently His Kcord hows thai hi I tlcal affair.s and not theorist, and bee a; • ial M Ity commission, votto suppon Dr. Cli % %  %  I ears ring he %  ; %  Sunda I who was second in : -:x nominees from whom trill choose three company part of June. brilliant record of comlevi menu in civic, fracommunal affairs. In has received the un::: of all who 1th him for honquare dealing in • lid to carry out ils duty on public Orr has pp in Mr. Ori .pon a platto::. iced taxi -. a d< i •. :. .:. ; i and :•• hablll •: ': •: •: Leah 1 %  A : lleetioi : :..:..' %  Ml Rub:: lie Drei Mil .... I bert Kosher Food Served At Fair Wll VI Kosl ; H Whan : ... itj mmi • i ... ... H Palm hotel. nk Wharton helped :. worked in the gro..-.: %  Ol • • :. d and op 191 I be was elected to indl and served ; am %  %  ; I it; man :: igain in 1930 and remain • ar '•.:. %  :. : that if kJ • r publl ::. • %  : %  I then the ission .. %  : %  P O'l I til creeds ai but it n rid. I • the Battei ty. It %  %  ..:.. %  it rt ol : : :. • ga: f entertal Fifth :._ • '. ttl .. %  : t iSl : will be heai %  -. f Moth % %  nenci Poll In :.. %  ..-. mi %  • %  n orRel %  : .'. %  •... b free of charge. A let %  : .::.: I BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 1 r.-rvativf 1J9 N. W. Third A-not MAX SHArTRO. Rabbi [in at 6:15 p Cant'.: ing assisted by thi MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ISIS 'Orthodox, W. Third Street JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi •' %  : it t • fit It d Al thi B : • tl %  : %  in k Mile. M lunch v. K Rabbis M H Kl %  I Elisha K Sen. J Rabbi Kaplan to Be at Conference Benefit Bridge For German Jews l n by news of sufferings German. announced by : lbution commitwe men's Club of the Workmen J Circle will give a benefit bridge on Continued on Pae 6i Auxiliary Names New Leaders ,. the ,ob. Jonah „ delivered a five-:, ,t.onal talk following the formal business meeting' N Y :; .. : : ". : Senior Council Elects Officers %  ." the Ponci le L n Ml I. M %  .: Mi Max muel A A OrI I I nd Jak I .:.iservice? be no %  ire until the ntinued immec: Satur.: 9 a m. and ha and M .... ..• %  CONGREGATION BETH JACOB I Orthodox. 311 Wuhiniton \'t.. Miami Beach • begin at 6:30 pj hen a pr ... Boris £ nduct thi clay morn. :.:.:.: : 5:30 ;. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI Reform II" \. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi I N. E ." %  ... Dr. Kapl i e of Mot %  : :rh al! :.. Joint D.C. Makes Appeal ( %  HANKS \\,. ir .. tin erelj ippn ror the mar dation thai we Hi.M.c ;i"n with M|,r •" ''"" '" ltl '' recent Incident Involvlnf i local minister ol the KOspeL W< '" happj thai "ur bellel ,,,,of our non-Jrih fri.nd,,.,. been amply bon %  B ir.il ii tii'—IU I I — g eame froni non-Jewi f hub P"-' l '" '" ,.., ireap* in.i ommunili b tffe m | lorid.i and the North. Be,aiiMwe feel that nothing more ran be trained by further publicil\ in thi~ particular matter e have decided to refrain from further comment. SufTice it to lay that The Jewish Floridian will always be on the Job. : : I : .. %  : power and cet : that work :: Europe ar.d among the Jews of G-: ousands of whom are homeless refugees in other lands, sufficient funds with which to prevent the otherwise inevitable toll of destitution and continuing impot erishment. Sunday School To Hold Picnic %  i been | and I %  be rea %  and friend • and witness the affair. Provision has been made for picnic tables for those bringing their lunch with them.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 12, 1933 I *****+***+************+*****.}.*J..******+*-:-******+* fiahui ^gttagng SitUrtin EdileJ by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI rounder and DiriH'tor. Radio Synaitog uf America % SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA SUNDAY, MAV 7, 19:!^. No. 2. + Vol. II. &f &f &f&f&f &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f <• &f&f&f&f&f "DEVIL-WORSHIP" Scripture Reading, James, Chapter III. W HERE there is growth there are growing pains. Mental expansion and spiritual expansion are no freer from these pains than is physical growth. It requires the exercise of a great force to break through a fixation. Set views and fixed ideas encompass one as with a metal hoop which must be broken to permit enlargement. The courage and strength must come from within as does the growth. Just as man does not grow in stature by the external addition ol physical matter so also does mental and spiritual growth not take place except by inner development. Only the weak remain stationary and keep within the bounds of set views, refusing broader ideas. They are kept within bounds by Hie bonds and the bands of metallic texture through which they cannot break because of inertia — mental inertia. This inertia is a sign of weakness because the individual CAN grow if he but WILL. O NE day last week, a local newspaper carried an item which reported a statement by a lady who had been a missionary in China. This lady resigned from her work and expressed herself for a "creedless faith." Immediately she was branded as "unorthodox."' Last week, also, my attention was called to the preaching of a local minister who. in the name of Christianity, taught that all the ills of the world were caused by the Jews. This minister also quoted from some literature which contained reprints of portions of that old forgery and libel of the Jew. "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion." In the name of Christianity this minister stirred up hatred of the Jew. If I understand Christianity correctly it is a religion of love. I call to the attention of that minister and of all Christians the third chapter of the General Epistle of James which was our scripture reading for today. An Old Testament text might have been flung back at me as being partial to the Jew. The New Testament cannot thus be accused. O NE more item bears on our subject, today. Recently. I called on a prominent business executive in the city. While waiting for him. I had occasion to meet his secretary. The young lady, when she saw my card, introduced herself to me and stated that, although she is a Christian, she regularly listens to these broadcasts. I asked if the time is convenient for her; if it comes prior to her own church service or after it. She inlormed me that she had stopped attending church some time before she had learned of the Radio Synagog, and. that the other members of her family did attend their own church though she remained at home to listen to these services. I was interested to know the reason for her absence from church. Thus was her answer: "I cannot agree with the sermons and preachings of the ministers. I have attended different denominations. Almost always the preacher criticizes other denominations and creeds. What has impressed me most about the Radio Synagog is its fairness and the complete absence of 'knocking' of other faiths and creeds." This young lady may be considered irreligious by the members of her family and church because she docs not join with them in worship. But. this young lady is truly religious. She believes in a God of Love and she does not find Him present or exemplified in teachings of the churches she has visited. T OO long have the places of worship of all religions been teaching a Godless creed. It is high time that creedless Faith, as suggested by the ex-missionary, should take its place. T HE minister who preached a sermon of hate against the Jew was playing into the hands of the devil who thrives on hatred and venomous utterances. That minister was as far from the teachings of Christianity as Jewish preachers who, through ignorance of true religion, attempt to instill hatred, are off the field of Judaism. Such preachers may be likened to specialists in the field of medicine or surgery. To the specialist all ailments have their origins and their cures in the organs that come Under his specialty. The throat-specialist will convince his patient that the removal of his tonsils will effect a cure for the entire body. The internist will contend that the drags he prescribes for the system are the essentials that spell good health. The chiropractor believes and teaches that a spinal adjustment is just the thing to restore your lost health to you. The surgeon Is positive that no medical treatment will make you well. It must be an operation. A LL these gentlemen mean well. But no one of them has the only and complete remedy at his hand. The physician must always have before him his knowledge of the entire human anatomy and the related subjects he was taught at school. He must view the body of the patient In that light and not within the narrow confines of his specialty. The trouble with the clergy is that each minister is a specialist. He sees only his particular denomination and its dogmas. God ceases to be a universal deity. Mankind is centered within the walls of that church. Scripture and the history of all religious development do not exist for the minister or the rabbi who is a creedist. Only those verses, which his denomination has used as its keystone, fill his mind. The rest of Holy Writ is ignored. Any church basing its creed on other verses is "distorting scripture," if these "religious specialists" are to be believed. T O add to this confusion of creeds, some ministers still worship the devil. Their utterances are filled with vitriolic denunciations of all others. Such preachment is not of God. God Is Love. The tongue is used wrongfully. "Therewith bless we God. even the Father; and therewith curse we men. which are made after the similitude of God. ." "Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be ." "This wisdom descendeth not from above, but is earthly, sensual, devilish. ." Christianity brands such words as devilish. True Christians are repulsed from the churches by attempts to spread hatred in a building sacred to the God of Love. Such utterances and such ministers debase religion. An Ifitfrt'xtitip I etter n eht Germany l0 lhe bitter end /in intending uaner wnatever nappcns H IT GERMANY WHEREVER YOU CAN. 1. DO NOT spend any money if a German derives any benefit from it. "2. BY NO MEANS should you New York, N. Y. — To Buenos Aires, shanghai. Mobay. Johannesburg, Moscow and New York have gone forth a tremendous batch of rave i on German ships anywhere letters to friends, relatives and j or at any n me strangers —all of them Jews—call-1 „ 3 ^^ NQT smp merchandise ing upon them to "hit Germany by cUrman Steamers. wherever you can." It is the famous boycott "chain" letter that originated in London with the League to Combat Anti-Senntisni that was formed as a result of the Nazi outrages in Germany. The full text of the letter, which is of unusual significance because of the extent to which it is circulated, has just reached New York and reads as tollows: "Dear Sir or Madam; "The danger to our brethren in (lermany is much greater than we all anticipate. The diabolical game has not stopped, and we must face the fact that hundreds of thousands of German Jews will either slowly starve or be driven to commit suicide in the near future. "We have no official help, so we must help ourselves and each other. "4. DO NOT visit German health resorts or the Leipzig Fair which was made famous by the Jews, or any German establishments even outside Germany. "5. AVOID GERMANY if and when you can possibly help it. "All in all. think twice before you spend any money which may come into German hands. "Patronize the countries in which the Jews are well treated and respected. "Please take thus letter most seriously, copy it ten times and send it to ten of your friends, asking them to pass it on. so that it reaches every part of the world as speedily as possible. Let us unite, as our conscience is clean — we have done no harm to anybody. "The above must remain in force Not much can be achieved by loud UNTIL the Hitlerites have officially agitation, but effective propaganda altered lneir anti-Jewish attitude must be spread on the quiet. I and we masl show „„,,„ l|lal WE "The Jews 111 Germany have helpCAN HOLD OUT AS LONG AS ed to make Germany great; and the THEY OR LONGER. Jews 111 Germany have been loyal j -Jews of the world stand with Citizens and do not deserve what your backs against the wall and they have to go through at the pres-, fight— do not succumb show a ent time. Therefore, we have to fighting spirit J UDAISM has not yet lreed itself irom the type of preacher who is a creedist. We, too. harbor some who would rather have a Godless creed than a creedless faith. Despite the words of the prophets and of the great rabbis —that God is the Universal Father who loves all His children and cans for them, impartially, there are still some who would confine Him to the station of a tribal deity. 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12, 193 .THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I i ve OCIETY 7 /// on MM '-'-' >e senior chapter of Bdassah wiU hold lls formal donurstea a: Che home of Mrs. Joseph muunaon, 1415 Meridian avenue. Sfcami Beach, With Mrs. Barney junkie In charge of arrangements. His is an annual event to which jmembers ol the organization who 3,ve earned 'heir quota are permit%  fi io attend free of charge. • • • Xhe annual baby beauty contest I sponsored by the senior chapter of gadassah for the benefit of the Pal[i ml Welfare Work wll! : this year on June 7. r.th arraneements in charge of Kandel and L. Roth. isted by members of janization. Full details will | issue. • • • May day i el< bration i jun:> H lassah • as held | it the Flo: I •• number of : .| • • younger %  ••• ndi % %  --' :.. %  H ma % %  %  i : eren %  %  ... : :. by popu'.:. :. %  : Ji wish Welfare bu:. ML-Ruth I .or Council of %  %  I : I • %  ,-0 I product* A visit to n d a trial of its p: one of the health ... roods. An important meeting of the Hebrew Athletic club will be held the Jewish Community Centre next Wednesday night when nominations will be made for o". :. e organization for thi nuns yeai All membei.s are urged U With a complete mod*:: just completed for 11 .'. .. Ian I Grill, known from coast lor the .• now anno ..-..:. reopening at Its new r, 18 Alien road. Mia::.. : :..• Cri rtsit to i %  :•: li Leon • %  ith '.:. :. : : M port of i %  hones — t-819* Imbalance Service H LOCATION GAUTER funeral I lome %  I III V I KH.1ITII W E. 1 Ul n R8 Ml VI MARKET -vi < iAxa I mr-t MaaU in Miami 'i' m r* L*n and Ml Maata Prmk ">' % %  i .'Bl II | BRISKET, Ih. 10*'•' %  %  OFVEA1 1 1 I D*~ S| "" LDER OF /> VEAL. | lbs. for lj L BREAST OF VEAL -j (\ Pound ] U^ p ARMERSMEAT MARKET "' V W. FIFTH STREKT %  • :• Mrs. 1 communa : : WOrk for th< : iliary of the ish Welfare bureau, thi culture group. Temple Israel 8 hood and other communal act: both Jewish and non-Jewish be one of the camp mothers at Camp Wohelo. and until she leaves the latter part of next month will act the Miami representative of Camp Wohelo. AdalU < hildrn 10c Bai Office <>|ienp m. -undi> >jndi, and M„nda>. Ma> I4-1S BABBAKA STANWYCK in "SO BIG" KATHERINE HEPBURN :: am Sunday. May 14. in which the c: ice part. The following Su:. attend the ol pi nic at Fort :. thi : II .:.. mi I. thi .:If thi ... .. Ml : Mine of i: ... I I ... An important meeting of the Ladies" auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare bureau will be held at Kaplan hall Monday. May 15. beginning at 2 when Mrs. Max Dobnn. program chairman, will present Dr Jane French as the guest speake:. : lends are urged tend. : %  H :.: Ptwi I 7 | : :: -• hold Announcing mi OPl ^i S( '" WHELANS Fish Grill u [-ON HI. MIAMI IK H K...H fro. >•.!•• %  %  •• \VK I SE I'M I < M* IV ... + + SD\ Bean Bread GOOD HI \I i II BAK1 ••'. ( OMPANJ l\( J3 ii £ R Equipment & Supplies i I I.e. HALSEY s i : %  TWELFTH FLOOR SE< I ill I V Bl ix. > if, in.IM %  iHUXTER LYON,| i ln< orporate! i I I Insurance I i i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  a 1 I SIMMER PRICES ntifl Mas we Ol ind Stlm; illation, 52 — I .. treatments • %  il that Tir, d I • 1 I tri. i ab UR i -1! r II -. i.ii : Arthritic, Rheumatism, < -• *ix.*—. I.um._.,.!. I • tments MO i lonli Irrigation! Bet1 irr Kind 13 — Including; EUtn. ( abinet Bath, 51 i • " p.m. PHONE 5-6057 %  % % % % % % % %  I BEER COOLERS M. B. RICH :: s. I r< nth Street %  % % % % % % % %  B l Dr. A. T. Know les %  MODI RN I'M HOSPITAL %  PILOT DR woy AT roi 1! R tDIO On Display PAN-AMEI RADIO, I '. i %  %  NTCELEY Funeral I lome Miami B*arh PHONE 5-3 + Ml \M' I I.IIKIII V DRINK CELO "Good for the Nerves" MX HI. FROM FLORIDA FBI IIIND VEGETABLES I LL "" FRYING Ol R I ISH + + SAVE!... '•"'"•nRvu'.vM'. aata KX %  P"f -'. Draaiai i*< PRESSED ONL. Panta li* Sunshine Cleaners and Laundry nt-uj v. w. I:TH .VI Innouncing the Opening of CARTER'S BEST DRY ( LEAX1S lES'T SLITS CLEANED AND PRESSED 5c PANTS CLEANED AND PRESSED 55c DRESSES < I l INED AND PRESSED 65c lp 936 West Flagler Street CASH AND CARRY ARE W E keeping ;"ii:h with those who trust us, are I up to our obligations if re happiness by the problems that would for them it. some Jay, we I come home? Lite Insurance offers the safe and .-. answer. There is no sub::e. A Southern Health tc Life Insur. Policy on each one is necesto 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, Mantgrr Rath* Baard Bide. Phooa I-J41* j



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12, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN """FUBUM* 0 n*jMT FKIl.AY ruisll FLORIDIAN V. BUSKING CO. lt*\> ,, ,,. Box 2S13 yiaml. Florida Phone 2-1183 KM' TIVE <" > ,(KS: -HI gwarltj Bid*. ph "' *-"" Jewish Chastity or Friendship? EDITORIAL OFFICMI -. g W. ISth AVHU* PbMM 2-1183 } .LOUS sill CHET, Editor p, WABD I ML INAd.crll.lrj Man.gr. (|il „ h BHOi IIET. Circulation Mana r7~T ... iccond cl* mailer July 4. 0 Ice at Miami, Florida. • M,r,h 3. 187.. ui-i PALM BBACH OFFICE II i Eighth Btreet \| r M gchrebnkk. Kpr*cnUlive SUBSCRIPTION i\ Munth* One Vr tl.00 I2.M Vol. 6. No. 19. FRIDAY, MAY 12. IMS. Mothei *& Day By proclamation of the president d States, supplemented overnors and other ofS inday, May 14, has been set Obe ivan. ol Mothers day. The church is will hold special [butes will be paid to %  others living and gone. So many have asked. "Do not .i M ither's day?" "We have looked through the entire Jewish calendar and have found no such day set aside." We looked at the questioners more in pity than team. 'I* real Jews, to those who aught the true faith of our for such a question is superfluous. To such a Jew. EVERY DAY Is MOTHER'S DAY. For is r.ot one ol the Brst commandments 'Hono: tl lather and thy mother"? II observant of tradiJudaism Is not acquainted imous saying of one of ages, "The Shechina %  pproacheth" when he saw his Bother coming. Who. of those who (1 our lore and treasured loes not know ol the reteem that the Jewish held in by all Jews at a Other women were re. as mere chattels in the : man? Who does not know arkable difference shown. nee reposed in the many who were leaders in Israel lime ol the Bible down to ily modern days? Do Jews have a Mother's day? to every true Jew. it is Mothi t day every' day of the week. Non-Jewish View on Intermarriage A non-Jewish friend sends us a Clipping from a recent issue of ExAagazine. In the "Marriage column of this important periodical appeared the tng question: 1 very much in love with a boy, and although I have '•ried to break off our attachment on account of the protests of our famI find it very difficult, and I feel sure that I could never love toother. Should I marry him and take the consequences, or what ad"Uld you give me? I am still the early twenties.—N. Y." And to this question the editor We the following answer: "My advice to you is to cultivate other interests. You are not the first *ho thought she could never learn to love another. You are young, and a" lite la ahead of you. Of course. '"( %  contains many heartaches. are by no means perfect, must learn to make the readjustments. In a way perhaps it is 100 bad that the human race is not a" of one color or race. Certainly it quainted with Jewish life and Jewish ceremonials and to make sure that the ladies were really ins i the Jew to kiss wife and daughter in ins i the official's i presence, On hearing the officer's request, the Jew turned pale and tried to explain that ll Is nol Jews to kiss their wives publicly and as for his daughter, the Jew continued, "she is now in a condition whin even a lather Is forbidden to (iiibrace her. leave alone kissing." The officer, hov i adamant insisted that to prove hi ship to the women he must kiss them publicly, otherwise he would not allow him to cross the border, in vam did the Jew plead that it Is unbecoming and contrary to religionpractices to hug and kiss one's wife and In so public a manner, but the immigration officer's order was e and there In the matter. Finally, as Rabbi Bacharach nai the Jew gs sum ol mom and he was told to proceed without proving thi i hugging and kissing that the \ Jly his wife and dai. Everything ended happily at the cost of a bribe. The related to the learned rabbi, wl Ins legal mind aworking on the possible legal aspects ol thi Rabbi Bacharach, thi elements ot drama, comedy, tragedy and ; involved In the case wore ol no In: the human side of thi currence didn't matter to him, but ho refli riously on the legal Issues thai might ha. d into the case had not the immigi official settled the matter by the ai ceptance oi a bribe What would the Jen have had to do. argues Rabbi Bacharach in a lengthy dissertation, if the official had remained obdurate In his demand that he must kiss ins "wife and daughter" to establish relationship? Kl • her's wife Is a nu) st :. and would he have been Justified to commit such a sin m order to cross the border with the woman he sought to shelter? w., •:,, %  rime worth the price? Moreover, continues Rabbi Bach. the rabbis oi the Talmud laid down rules regarding the three fundamental laws against Idolatry, adultery and murder. Should a Jew. say the rabbis, be forced into committing any one of these three sins he should prefer death to transgression. (Martyrdom in the cause of religion was a frequent occurrence in the period of ( Roman persecution and the rabbis had to define when and for what :: B Ji %  should sacrifice Now," questions Rabbi Bacharach, 'would the act of kissing another wife come under the catena ol adultery, which is not conthe cost of one's life?" The findings of the learned rabbi in Immaterial and of no consequence except to the lover of casuThe pllpullstic mind may. perhaps, find in it scholarly reasoning it's desire. The student of Jewish history, however, will find in It a wealth ol material enough to draw a vivid picture ol Jewish every day ;. many in the 17th a ntury. M( nob worthy Is the high moral standard ol German Jews at that period. While Rabbi Bacharach's legal essay Is purely hypothetical yet it vividly portrays Jewish chastity at its noblest. Evidently the very thought of being on the threshold temptation must have been trylence and he sought the rabbi's aid lor spiritual : While on the tace of it the whole discussion iuperfluous, < yet it forms a background which renception of acredness of married life. The story as outlined by Rabbi Bacharach. with all it grotesqueness, conveys to the modern Jew a spier,: did picture oi his ai In Geriny in the 17th century. If you're feeling tired and blue. Or distressed by anxious doubt. There Is one best thing to do — Cross it out! If you think you are misjudged, Swiftly put the thought to rout Do not argue nor resent — Cross it out! It your neighbor talks di. thma, backache, lever, gout, Listen pleasantly and thenCross it out! II the raucous noise of town Makes you wish to loudly shout. Seek at once an inner poise — Cross it out! If base slander rents tlie air. Or mean gossip stalks about. Put your finger on your lips — Cross It out! It you feel that you have failed. And your efforts count for naught, Do not mumble— star: again — Cross it out! The Eskimo slepes in his white bear skm. And sleeps very well. I am told: Last night I slept in my white bare skin And caught a whale of a cold. lies with your salesmanship. You produce youi IthOUt a quack. to youi swimming pool you waddle b.uk. i tell the world, to let 'em know, so I cackle around for an hour •OOd denial.d for the i lay, for I make my advertlspay." Everythii to him who orrtash. "What are you doing to• ?" Girl leagerlyj: Nothin B "Well, you won't be tired tomorrow ir.' mil "Here's a picture 'it my husband standii % %  "" funny, I don't see your husband." ire i Why the big bum went in there again." Manj qui r In th And bridi II a man has common sense he seldom makes use of it in a love affair. is a .-hame that there are divisions In religion. Many persons are unhappy because they fall In love with Wmeone who Is already married or who belongs to another class of society, and so is out of reach. But their problems are not solved byoverstepping the natural or convenOonal barriers. If this Jew compromises his religion and national traditions for you. he will be cast out by his family: and if you attempt to Bt to with a Jewish system, you wlU soon discover the painfutoess of vour situation. This is not the fault Of the Jewish people, nor Is K yours: but it I. a warning that yo,, can best work out your d. Inj among your own people.' Well answered. Simply and clearly Without malice to anyone, this columnist showed an understanding of 2 marriage and uucmarriage ^he you.U foUtS beware Aside from the religious issue involved in ntemarnage. the social aspects are o complicated that mixed marriage. p Jde many dangers to happiness. A MODERN PHAROAH Hi I Kl l>.\ Mil I 1 K Ll l/M What monstrous travi Can this new menace be? This avalanche of degradation In a modern civilization. re and outrage. Is it a revival of the dark ai Retribution will be made — God %  n • afraid. Altho a people of noble birth. A scapegoat seems their only worth: Their suffering reverberates, Wicked atrocities accumulates. pharoahs live In every age. Upon the Jews their wrath to : agl Despots plant seeds of hate. I Ise tongues a mesh of lies create. Vendettas of hate are not new. They always confront the Jew; If not avarice or bigotry. The oligarchy fabricate calumny. history recapitulates. The Egyptian plight this illustrates, That wicked Pharoah got his due For torturing the hapless Jew. Not long will this vandal sit. jews —his captives, in a sei pit: The enlightened world will noi by While a madman the laws of God and man defy. "The thing for you to do." said the doctor to the man with the frazzled nerves, "is to stop thinking of yourself —to bury your.-'.: your work." %  Gosh!' returned the patient and me a concrete mixer. Another thing about those Miami Beach bathers is that they're Just too overbaring. Mosi Mai Don d, an Aberdeen jew. had i: hi friend McTavIsh to have a drink. aid hop and poured a the McTav Ish •• %  • illent, Cautiously Mi another drop. Again si. M %  D id you hear about the fire at George M iddenly. "When?" asked Mi Tavi h Innocently. Moses put thi i ttle down with a sigh of re.. Radio Synagog for fun we made a ve man. And a cabbage head was whet began. The potato gave us two of itTwo ears of corn were the proper For his middle we gathered a pumpkin round: Red radishes made good buttons, we found; We teased the lettuce its head to give, For without it our vegetable mar. couldn't live. For his arms and legs we cut celerystalks To help him along should he take long walks. We picked a crook-neck squash for a cane — R~-!'y it mad" him feel so vain! Si me onion sprouts made a i. neat: A stylish hat was a rosj b 11 ..u> tie him togetherqueer things! We asked the beans to lend us their strings. And when he was finished v.-e laughed in glee — H was quite the most ful son to see! And for fear you sould think this man is a cheat. Make one and find he's good enough, to eat! Accon prominent authoril the fortieth day the ark hit against the protruding top i light pole, which pok %  in the bow. down and the the leak m the hole, : t^* 1 cold. But the dog soon be 50 Mrs. Noah : AMI and put her I hole, which women albave cold feet. Finally, howus the wati to, Noah I down and sat on the hole, which is the n that m and with their backs to a fire. XWO : n(l In the 0nU 1 "How'se e bustai ood." .. I. I hi d : .. ;.. pi d that : • ad to' "Bui l( N ll Rabbi B. M Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will h over WIOD at 10 o'clock Sunday on "Woman. Gods Agent." This will be Mother's day sermon. In addition to the sermon there will be music, prayers, scripture reading and a question box. people who strike in the dark maymean well, but they seldom hit the right spot. Said the puddle duck to the little white hen. "I've not sold an egg since I don't know when: yet quite sure that the eggs I lay are as good as a hen's egg any old day." Said the little white hen to the puddle duck. "You think, perhaps, you are out of luck. Your eggs are gc*d. j 111 freely admit and larger, too. by quite a bit; but. my dear Mrs. Duck. I'll give you a tip. the whole fault To •;. %  No wonder edlti -.. How II I never knew That to or* .Until I noticed With her jaw



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I Ellas Rose announced the engagement of his daughter. Hilma. to Sam August, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerson August ot this city. The wedding Will take place June 18. In honor of their son and his fiancee. Mr. and Mrs. August entertamed at their home, 1375 s. w Sixth street, last Sunday night. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weingarten of New York, who were married recently at Reno. New. arrived after an airplane trip from the West and arc at their home. 5763 Pine Tree drive. Miami Beach, for a stay of two weeks. Mr. Weingarten is president of the Lubach Corporation and one of the London-Character Shoe ny. He recently purchased the residence he Is occupying from James Sibley. • • Miss Florence Besvenick, whose engagement to William Capland was announced recently, was given a brid i al Maj fair Lane last v included A:: I aj Sheldon, Miss Milliceni I Miss Millie l)iii-i -n. Miss Dori id Bass, Mrs. Irving Mark, Miss ck, The EQUITABLE I !l I ISS1 RAN< I M'< MTV ol the United Stales LIFE IXSl'RANCE and \\M III! -. v Bl Id.I.-Dint. Mitr. rn District ) l-ll Biscayne Building Phone !-loi3 %  % % % % % % % %  a Try (he ROSED ALE Delicatessen :i! ST, Not connected with any other linn or buslne FOR ANYTHING IN FOOD \M) itr.l.K ATESSEN "I I i 1 /' • '' rOod" %  %  *£*L&-1+£>L •£*& i Miss Rose Weingarten. bride-elect. was gUOSl of honor at a shower given by the Misses Ida and Ruth i Schwartz last week. Gifts were presented in a huge basket, attractively decorated. During the evening games were played and appropriate readings given by Miss Adele Segall. Garden flowers decorated the home and refreshments were served. Miss Beatrice Goldenblank and Miss Mary Bandle won prizes. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesson celebrated their first wedding anniversary Friday at their home. 1032 S. W. Thirteenth avenue, A group of friends were united on this occasion. • The Junior committee of Beth David Sisterhood met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. F. Friedman. 1122 s. w. Seventeenth avenue Bridge was played, followed by a i nil a] meeting. Refreshments were served at a late hour. The Service Grain Company a ne feed: concern, has 128 X. W. Twenty-fifth street. The will ill-'Mb. quality ; eds and rented! is. The Location %  %  i \ W I lai |) is manm, promlni I i New York ( Isiting :: .ii Miami O. E A numl %  %  which %  May K : IIAMI AUTO R IDIATOR WORKS I I 19 s. \\ l-i St, Radiators i leaned I repaired and re ilaeed. All „rk ,I.I r., nteed. Flagler Poultry Market n '• %  / %  •.;/, ami Retail Dirtribator* >f Strictly Kris]) Florida Eggs Fancy Live and Dressed Poultry "\,i Short Weights No Lone. 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The Misses Frances and Evelyn Kane were heard in a group of instrumental selections. A social hour followed and refreshments were served Mrs. Fred l.aut/.ky presided and Mrs. Mannle Wesson was In charge ol the program. To add 40 years to one's age in 40 minutes Is a feat seldom performed, but Barbara Stanwyck did it times during the filming ol "So Bi:." her new Warner Brothers starring picture at the ~th Avenui i Sunday and Monday. In the i % % %  Miss Stanwyck, In the roll ol %  : dne Perb i d vel, appealB Irl; bin the stor; Selina on to maturity and to the verge oi old .d Barbai i up" for thi film b P %  '. more, chli pei i In uch matters al thi v. hose who ,-yck mak lads 1 Bl support in George 1 I 1: Robert v. I ni I ly a ni i i Hepburn "A Bill ol Di< .in nt.' coming to tlu Tivoli t. Sunda nd Mot da; n II :..'.. nal pictun r i here is oi ih in the i ii tun thai matter* al all, and it is b autifully played by thai very ming lady. Billie Burke. To bi was a somewhat thanktask, thai ol a wife and mother to distraut, so cru tied by circumstance, that she ia helpless soul, i fore an uncertain fate, in the hands ol a less capable actress it might be unim%  ive Done by Miss Burke, n keythe whole beautiful tragedy. It to a picture well worth seeing, Bnai Brith lodge and the local A. Z. A. iJunior Bnai Brithi will give a Joint program this coming Sunday • veiling. May 14. in observance of Its annual Mother's day celebration. at Beth David Talmud Torah hall. There will be a short address by a prominent speaker, musical numbers by prominent artists, and a social hour will follow the formal part of the program. Messrs. Nat Williams. I. Levin and William Friedman are in charge of arrangements. There will be no charges of any kind and the public is urged to attend. Mrs. Barney Wemkie. membership chairman of Senior Hadassah, is arranging for a spring membership drive for the organization which will i -hortly. • This afternoon al 12:30 the officers recently chosen for tin Miami chapter ol the Senior Council oi Jewish Women will be Installed al a luncheon In the Antilla hotel, Coral Gables, i he invocation will i : i ii bj Mi Lewis Bn wn ai d Lutzky will act as I i hi pri idi nl the incoming president, Mrs. Sydney i.. Weintraub, and an addresi ... bi made by Mrs ry president i i %  -lam Will I iiuinII t s i %  a connnitti i Dubler, chairman, and Mea Charles Greenfield, p. Scheinberg and Harry I. Magid. All members are urged to attend. • On May 19 the Senior Han will give its annual linen shower and bridge for the Palestine Supply fund at the Miami Acacia club in the Congress building beginniey a t 2 p.m. Admission will be by a gift of Sheets, diapers, pillow ca towels. Prizes will be given for high scores and refreshments will be served. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORI PI AN Friday, May 12, I SOCIETY L Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David congregation will officiate next Sunday afternoon at the marriage ceremonies when Miss Florence Be.svinick. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs S. Besvinick. will become the bride of Mr. William Capland of Miami Beach. The wedding will take place at the home of the bride's parents in the presence of the friends and family. The bride will be attended by Mrs living E. Greenfield as matro not honor, and by Miss Bess Besvinick, a sister of the bride, as maid of honor. Tingroom will be attended by Irving E, Greenfield as best man, Mrs, Daniel Cromer will play the wedding march on the violin, accompanied by Miss Doris Cromer. A reception will lollow tin ceremonies after which the couple will leave for a trip to Canada. The bride is a native of Toronto. Can.. where she received her primary and high school education, she has been a member of the teaching staff of the Beth David Sunday school and is one of the popular members of the younger Miami Jewish set. • • • The Ladies' auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare bureau entertained about 60 guests at the card party sponsored for the benefit of the organlzation last Wednesday at Kaplan hall by Mrs. A. 1. Magid. Prizes for high scores were won by Mrs. M. L. Oayle and Mrs. D. Passman, both of Chicago. 111., and Mrs. Harry Nevin and Mrs. J. L. Hartz. Mrs. was assisted bv Mesdames BENEFIT BRIDGE FOR GERMAN |F Continued from Pu ()„,1 Thursday evening. May 25. the cceds of which will be sen) in joint Distribution committee German Jews. The affair wil given at the Community Cent! the Hebrew Athletic club and mission will be only 35 cents, p will be awarded for high scon refreshmenti will be charge of arrangements are Henry Seitlin. chairman; Mesd E. Pont, B. Silver, E. K:\ww Chertkoff, M. Gross, C Kal. s aviter and Louis Levitt. last Tuesday morning for the East and an extended trip throughout ments and prizes, it is the last States, 10 be gone all summer. Mrs. A. Rothblatt and Mi 0 Silverman arc a Mothei d • .' ; %  1 Friday night services at Congre,,,, ,., t ne Ladles Auxll • 1 d Aid Alexander ORR JR. Candidate for City Commissioner Julius Simpson and Hazel Relchenbach, During the afternoon delightful refreshments were served. • • • At the Bible study group which meets Sunday morning at 11 o'clock al the home ol Maj. Kaufman Mandell. 3012 S. w. Eighth street, Rabbi s M Machtei will conduct the forum. Major Mandell will give his Impressions 01 '.:: in-, gained through 93 years of habitation among men of all creeds. Those Interested in the views of a nonegenarian upon life and Its problems and those interested in Bible study are Invited. The class meets for one hour. • • • Sunday. May 14. Mother's day will be observed in the Sunday school of Temple Israel. On May 1G. the annual meeting il Temple Israel congregation will be held in Kaplan hall at 8 p.m. On May 17. at 8 o'clock, a play will be given by the children 01 the iiool under the direct 1011 ol Mrs. Atx Li \ Ine for the bero liglOUS SChOO] libra'.'. I' inchildren are mi si llally invited. on Sunday, May 21, >!• usual annual Sund 1 picnic will be held at Sunny On M;i;, 28, during the Su school ass 1. 2 and 3 wiii I a very interesting program under dlret I Ion ol MK LI OH 1 nd the hi es will oi the closing xi n 1 iwarded ri 1 work during the year. On 1 11 ... Ma. 30, Instead ol tiuusual confirmation, the entire school will present a religious program, to winch the congregation and their friends will be invil Tuttle Garage Miami's Best SUMMER RATES NOW AVAILABLE IS s. B. nli si. Phoni J-I91J 1 'Ml/-// ;/. Beer Equipment llso Domestic Refrigerators Geo. Patterson, Inc. il"', iii-iiiMi, Blvd. Phone 1-4854 Observe "Mother's Day" the Right Way ATTEND THE V a is cl e v i 11 e (I a r n i v al & D a n c c SUNDAY, MAY 14. BEGINNING M H I'. M. AT THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTRE B. W. 16TII AVK. \M> .-.'I'll ST. SPONSORED BY THE HEBREW ATHLETIC CLUB Refreshments Free gation Bnai Israel will begin at 8 o'clock. The rabbi will have as the subject oi his sermon. -The Manifold Duties of a Mother." Saturday morning services begin at 0 o'clock, Sunday school classes at 10 a.m. and Hebrew school daily at 4 p.m. Ml. Hose Horowitz tendered a miscellaneous shower on Monday evening at their hotel, to Miss Silvia Schwartz, in honor ol her approaching marriage to Mr. Ben Wolfson Miss Schwartz was the recipient oi many beautiful gilts. Mrs. A. Sierkese is also giving a social affair at her home, in honor oi Mis. Silvia Schwartz. Several out of town guests will be present. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hermer left fair of the season, and a trea crowd is expected. Rabbi Mi xander S. K!> : p nd Tuesday and V, May 10 and 17. at the hotel, Miami Beach, win society, on Sundaj i %  at thi ition, with i i."-•.be pleased to see his friends." PROTECT voi i: TITLE WITH A TITLE A TRUST CO. TITLE INSURANCE POLICY FLORIDA-DADE TITLE CORP. "Title Plants with forty-eight Years of Service" Entire Third Floor Security Building NATURAL GAS NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE Four Burner Stove *fa #-* f\ CA Installed la Baking Oven Dajt3 II Your Horoe Broiling Oven *Y** V |Jp Ready To Ctnsk. TERMS IF DESIRED Southeastern Natural Gas Co. 449 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-2243 %  -1 ,. BSERVE MOTHERS DA -tA* GOLDEN RULE WAY I 1 %  %  | %  /// honor oj Mother— WHATSOEVER Suggestions for Mothers Day Observance L ii i / BD SOUVBNII • BOMM, I OUR Mori II It tad 1 ft even n U othei molten %  nd dependeiM children, million of whom today, through :unemploymeni end othei cautea beyond theii control, arc suffering, and seme of them dying, for lad of llic 'simple nccesaitiei of life. %  I r i hool.. \.UrrW: %  1 V. %  Im "*'" flattotwRt. ,Ot,M ,Hn,tiM.| mi i ,^^—^__^_^_^^_^^^^_


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