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   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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 Florid tin
1 I-ORID.VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
\ 20.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. MAY 19. 1933.
Alexanch r Orr. jr.. one of the lead-
m candidates in the race for city
dpmJjsioner of Miami, has em-
.;. branded as untrue all ru-
mors to the effect that he was op-
vtfd to a reduction in power rates
r.d thai w* allied with power
alnst the rights of the
>rr points to an unblem-
| of public service and
ghicven m proof of the fact
lys been fair minded
:or the interests of the
president of the Dade
County Tax Relief association he
:.. of the prime factor- in
l movemenl which meant the sav-
da of dollars to the
come owner and taxpayer. He fav-
. tion in power rates to
hat c,. irate with the right*
imer. the carrying out of
a pro:: relieve dial rest and
In an economical
id translating platforms
r than mere elec-
- has so often hap-
pened -'.. His friends point
: .Uleled record of unsel-
irork as a criterion by
which judge the man and urge
citizens want hon-
ncy, economy and action
in lorv j ... .:.: I : M
: the progress of M
fit of all its people.
Relief Party
To Be Thursday
, Final preparations have been com-
; pleted for what promises to be one
'of the outstanding aria::
season, the benefit bridge
! funds for the relief of thi
Jews in Germany. The .-.::
is being sponsored by a committee
represent ine the Woman's club of
the W. C. and a number of un
iated women will be held
Thursday eve:..: M
ih commu: .
brew Athli tub 1
corner of S. W. SiJ
and Fifth strei
only 35 centa and pro-
ceeds will be foi Joint
n committee for i
cied for :. ind re-
ail ol
:
that ail Jev
their
brethren ::: Gi i man;
Price live Cents
Maccabees To Temple Israel
Hold Convention Elects Officers
Clemmer. better to
to his host of fri
Miami and Florida is
rous campaign for
. ci mmiasion of
:
.:. government, effi-
'' department without
he la pledged to such
to insure a re-
power rates for all
.....is, water, telephone
He challenges any-
:. ted or
public utility com-
Inat the public and
ord in his business
proof of his inu
I work for the common
A Vesident of Miami for
II years he has served as
Mahi Shrine temple.
: the State Board of Phar-
haa received recognition
In Florida as well as
In urging his election.
inert friends urge upon
- that the city of Miami
of practical affairs and
theorists in order to lift
of Ita present condition.

'' the election of Frank H
a member of the city
Ol Miami, his friends
record not only as a pio-
and communal worker.
I that as city mayor, as
: d as a member of
council, he obtained an in-
the operation of city ai-
ry few men possess. He
the city's needs, its
Dd as a business man he
to approach a solution
:: present difficulties in a
H will accomplish results
benefit of the taxpayers in
*" effective and businesslike man-
j*r He pledges his help to solve the
tond problem, the solution of the
employment problem, economy in
?0verr.mental administration, and a
^ogram that will insure reduction
Sisterhood To
Install Officers
Offi
recentl;
U '..- Bi
t the 1 Id 1
the princi
I. Wi
: .ce the offi
.
be accomp-
:
... : .. '.. heon. A-l i
Sisterhood
.
among the Junior
Maccabees is being hown for the
h will be held
Miami June 9 and 10. Every
rlda will be
invention, and
-Maccabees are
i for being the mo-- In-
roup o: young people in
the community, and with their en-
thia convention
..
convention of the
Mace.-.:: to be held Jul
through 29 al Deti >H Ml .
rida. a
. to act as page at
conve:. ,.:,;, .:.:..
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Suprem Pag<
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[t I re of the S
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tion ol ith thi
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tit Itl :.
Temple Israel. Miami's Reform
congregation, held its an-
nual meeting last Tuesday i
and after hearing a report
year's accomplishments given by
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H Kapla:.
itual head, which was directed to
be mailed to its members, ell
the following officers: Da-. J
president: Isaac Levin, vice ;
dent: Herbert D Pel -ecre-
tary J Gerald Li
':' I- L ':' UlCial .sec-
Dire : : a
A. Richter, N j Mirsky and :
tan. Directors to serve one
year: B. Pi Jack Bernstein.
Max Orovitz. H I Horna. Leo Ack-
Joe v..... :-.. Sldnej
. H Wall
E Max G David
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Mr Apt*,
nineni ommunal
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'Announcements!
.!.____________ J
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
'Orthodox.
IMS S. W. Third Stret
JONAH E. C'APLAN, Rabbi
The early Friday evening sei
begin at 6:30 p.m. There will be no
ervicea in the future until the
fall, these having been discontinued
immec [ter Passover. Satur-
day morning services begin at 9 a.
m. and the Mir.cha and Marriv ser-
vices at 6 p.m.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
'Orthodox.
311 Wuhiniton At** Miami Bttch
The
6 30 p
3 :5 -.;hen a pron nent
-.
t thi

8:30 and !
cha aervl
5.30 p m
Club Nominates
New Officers
Massmeeting To
be Held Soon
Junior Council
Chooses Leaders
The Junior Council of J
at a meeting in the Ponce de Leon
hotel laal Tueaday *n the
chosen to
:
: Han sec-
ond vice p: Idenl Sara Kohn. re-
cord::- secretary; Mae Levin, cor-
. secretary: Lllll 0 ''' -
er. final ';
Scheinberg. treasurer. They
form- led at a lunch* n
be held on Sunday. May 28. with
in charge of a com-
headed by M Kohn.
At the same m- /ia Dreiser.
and Bess:. '.' miltofl were elected
as delegate and alternate to the
convention of the National J
Council of Jewish Women which will
be held in St. V
[1
'.:
few-
Ireater M
.:: be hi at B- -.. David
. June 7. a"
association
will be afforded to those who d
belong r.om-

for mi mbei
been reduced to one-third
former chai
port of
. thi
i
: >r action.
Nomii
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May
lent. '.:...- .
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I
U Rel
Le Chalk! I
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for a
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r. id Lut
R. Grossman; :'......
3. Schweitzer, Leo
Phil Lerner I t house
.
:.- Robert I. P
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
Ref<>r:r
ISi N. E. KiatMatfc Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
' -
at 8 15. Dr Kaplan .
rid Prosper-
at 10 :
. 10 of
-
f thi
[all tor a
lenic. Th
vanci If tl
temple by 9:30 S
111
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
i Conf*r^ati)
1J N. W. Third Aena
HAS SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Junior Group
to Hold Election
Annual Picnic
Held Last Week
of taxes, as well as a reduction of
power rates commensurate with the
rights of the taxpayer and consum-
er Mr Wharton came to Miami and
helped build the old Royal Palm ho-
tel which was the first building of
importance erected by Henry Flagler
and since that time has untiringly
worked for the city's interests and
that of its taxpayers.
Several hundred children and ad-
tter.ded the annual Sunday-
school picnic of the Miami Jewish
dox congregation, sponsored
Ladies auxiliary at Holly-
wood casino. Athletic contests were
enjoyed by the children and prizes
were awarded. The games were di-
rected by Herbert E. Scher and
Louis Heiman. while arrangements
for the picnic were in charge of
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. who assisted
the ladies committee. During the day
refreshments consisting of cakes,
ice cream, candies and sodas were
served to all free of any charge.
: :
-
en a prog:
. Ml '-:
the J. N F. work. Enti
will be pt .-: i. Fol pro-
gram Mrs. Veeda Cr
:
present the report of her con.,
and Will preside at the election of
n which will follow the pres-
entation of the report. All members
are urged to bring their J. N F
boxes to the meeting. Plans for the
joint Hebrew Athletic club and Jun-
ior Hadassah swim par.;.- and dance
at the Roman Pools casino Sunday
evening. June 4. will be announced.
All members are urged to attend
and make final payments on their
dues to enable them to vote in the
election of officers.
Prlday evening services bei I
6:15 p :.. '.. late servic-
lowing at 8 15 when Rabbi Shapiro
reach a sermon or. M
:..- -i con-
at and cr-.
-.nil be directed b;.
ed by the
8:30 a : -
dren ol
er at the Talmud Torah but
9 to be conveyed to the a
picnic tuderdale.
Jewish Children
Are Victorious
Peretz Scheinberg. the son .
and Mrs Mendel Scheinberg. long-
time residents of this city, won the
oratorical contest at the Ada Merntt
Junior High school last week. At the
Ida M. Fisher High school. Miami
' Beach. Florae Berman won the dec-
lamation contest and was awarded
the gold medal. In the junior high
school. Martha Rauzin was the vic-
tor in the declamation contest.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORI DJAN
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\
One of the prettiest affairs of the
current season was tine dance and
\audeville show given by the Hebrew
Athletic club last Sunday evening at
its community centre when more
than 100 guests attended. Amony
those who helped entertain during
i In- rvening was Lew Hampton. Lei'
Cantor. Milton Traener and Joe
Mandelbaum. The hall was beauti-
fully decorated lor the event and
during the evening refreshments
were served without charge. Both
the younger and older members "1
Miami's Jewry were present. In
charge of arrangements was a com-
mittee consisting of Messrs. Abe
Goldman. Nat Blumberg and Muny
Grossman.

The physical culture class tend-
ered its director. Mrs. Bertha Berk-
owlch Levy, a farewell luncheon and
swimming party last week prior to
-tving for Camp Wohelo which
Levy owns and dll
camp lor girls b
.mil fifteen in the Blu< Kici-e
-.11:.- i i'> ::.-. .: '
atti tiding wen Mi
r, Florenci Goi
M .
ONLY S10
Your car painted
to look like new
With Famous J. B. Paint
Guaranteed One Year
J. B. PAINT GO.
II N. MIAMI AVK.
ARE WEtT,,s
t.utli with those who trust us. .ire
we living up to our obligations if
we risk their future happiness by
ignoring the problems th.n would
arise lor them if. some day, we
did not come home?
Insurance offers the safe and
lill answer. There is no sub-
stitute.
A Southern Health & Life Insur-
ance Policy on each one i- neces-
sary 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
Gin Realty li..;ir.i ll !.-. Phone 2-3419
oby. Lil Morris. Ida Saul. Tillie
Katz. Nettie Btilbin. Adele Beskind.
Hilda Reisner. Dora August. Sophie
Schwartz. Minna Uhlfelder. Rose
Levin. Sadie Sachs. Mrs. Solomon
and Miss Anna Levy of Washington.
D. C. Mrs. Seligman read an origi-
nal poem, a satire on the volley ball
team of the class, after which Mrs.
Levy was presented with a beautiful
gift In appreciation of her services to
the class.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfe of
New York City, formerly leading
fraternal and communal workers of
Miami, and baby are visiting friends
in Miami for several weeks.

Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Maclitei and
daughter Naomi lei' by auto last
. I ty to visit relatives and friends
111 New York. Rabbi Mai'litei will re-
turn to Miami m about four weeks.
Mrs. Sydney L Weintraub, newly-
pn sident ol the Ml imi
chapter ol tin National Council o:
W :.. was Installed last
at a lum neon at the A
Othei office) installed were
::. I. Magid and Mrs. Pinkus
\ ice pn -nil nl s; Mrs
1 Ci mei secre-
Mrs. David Bass, recording
M Morris Dubler, tn a-
Mi Charli 3 itii. ftnan-
*
el irj and Mi -. Louis Hay-
auditor,
luncheon table was decorated
warden flowers and corsages
d the places of members of
"i.e board. Souvenir program
m the form of a ship's log signifying
the launching of a new ship with
Ulcers as the crew. A largi
Icon formed the center piece. Mrs.
Saul Lutsky was toastmaster. Doro-
thy Steam- Mayer, accompanied by
Annie Laurie Lee. presented a group
I : vl Oakes. violinist.
. i)-. Mrs. Lee
Tributi paid by past
Benjamin
Isldoi C hi:: and
rtz.
- I
.
11. 2 C
".: Miltoi ''
pn ei d Imil t Lil I
Hurst. Gei
.
Flakier Poultry
Market
Wholesali and Retail
lli-'r ibutnl of
Strictly Fresh Florida Eggs
Fancy Live and Dressed Poultry
"No Short Weights- No I.on* Walt*"
1132 W. Flakier St. Phone 2-SH7S
HUMIi SERVICE LAUXDRY
Mrs. Clara D. Kersey, Prop.
1225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5654
SPECIAL
20 lbs. Rough Dry, S1.00
Flat Work Finished
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper haw
moved to their new home at 1819
S. W. Eleventh terrace, where they
will be pleased to greet their many
friends.

Junior Hadassah honored their
mothers and the members of Senior
Hadassah last Monday night at a
spinal meeting In the home of Miss
Sylvia Rayvls. Lena Wrinkle, presi-
dent of the chapter, delivered an
address of welcome, which was re-
sponded to by Mrs. Sam Katz. moth-
er of the chapter's first president. A
program dedicated to Mother's day
was presented including numbers by
Helen Wroobel. Millicent Rubin,
Pauline Lasky and Doris Glenden-
ning. Refreshments were served m
pink to carry out the general decor-
ative scheme which prevailed.

Among the honor students at the
Shenandoah Junior High school was
Rosalind Friedman, who received
special recognition lor her work in
Spanish.

A special call has been issued for
all members ol the Hebrew Athletic
club to appear at the Flamingo park
tonight for practice In volley ball.
The club expects to enter a team in
the volley ball league and it is anx-
ious to have as many report as pos-
sible so that the best candidates
may be chosen for the team.
o
Elections were held recently at the-
University ol Florida Phi Beta Del-
ta. Ainoilii Officer! chosen win a
number ol Miami boys and Included
Announcing .. .
THE OPENING OF
SERVICE GRAIN
COMPANY
Dbrtrlbnton of
PRATT'S QUALITY FEEDS
AND REMEDIES
i-'- v W. .Ill ST.
Phone 2-2463 Miami, Florida
Al Cassell, Phil Bremen and Milton
A. Friedman. Friedman was also
chosen representative to the Junior
Inter-Fraternity Fiat conference.

Election of officers for the Great-
er Miami Jewish Cemetery associa-
tion will be held on Wednesday,
June 14, at Beth David hall and
only delegates representing the affil-
iated synagogues, sisterhood of
Chesed She] Ernes and three dele- '
gates at large from those not be-
longing to any synagogue will be
permitted to vote.
Mr. David Rothblatt. a prominent '
merchant and communal worker of
St. Petersburg, Fla.. was a visitor to
Miami last week, having accompan-
ied Rabbi Kleinfeld. He returned to
St. Petersburg last Wednesday.

The annual baby beauty contest
sponsored by the local chapter of
Senior Hadassah tor the benefit ol
Palestine Infant Welfare Work will
be held on June 7. with Mesdames
IJ. Kandel and L. Roth in charm
Full details will appear in an early
issue.
*
During the absence ol Rabbi S. M.
Machtei oi the Radio Synagog thi
Bible study group meetings at the
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10R W, fUutUt si. Phone 2-7011
We Specialize in Repairs
ANY MAKE RADIO
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For Girls
An Ideal Vacation Spot for
Your Daughter
I BERTHA BERKOWITCH I.KVS.
Owner and Director
home of Maj. Kaufman
have been temporarily suspen
Meetings will be resumed upon |
rabbi's return.

The annual Hadassah linen she
er for the Palestine Supply ,.
was held yesterday at the Al
club with Mrs. Sam Katz chain
of the local committee in chargi
interesting address was made
Mrs. A. H. Fromenson of New y,
Admission was by the gift ol .:
which will be sent to New Yi
headquarters for shipment
estlne Hadassah units.
I [.Ida Riesner
1
1867 S. W. Thirteenth Street
j Ml Wll REPRESENTATIVE
For Information Phone :!-249o -.
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LAUNDRY SERVICE
at a price that fits your pocketbookl
phone ::-.!(i87 21 N. w. MB ST.
The EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
of tin-
United States
LIFE INSURANCE and
ANNUITIES
S. A. Ill HI.KSS. Ili,t. Mr.
Eultrn Iti-lnel
1209-11 Blseayne Building
Phone 2-1043
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ALLDRITT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO.
Motor and Generator Winding and Repairing
Marine ami Magneto Work a Specialty
327 NORTHWEST FIRST AVEN1 I.
Day Phone 2-7815 Night Phone 2-0594
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Alexander Orr, Jr., Inc.
Plumbing and Heating
+
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1123 I hth St. Phone 3-3.">l6
MIAMI
4T, N. W. 3rd SI. Phone 2-3691
CHOICE LIVE POULTRY
HENS, FRYERS, PULLETS,
DICKS, ETC.
FRESH FLORIDA BOOS
at rcBMiinahle price*
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Whole.ale and Retail
1217-19-21 W. Flagler Street
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MIAMI. H.OKII1V
PHONE 2-7222
Miami Hrarh
tiff ire:
21* 23rd SI.
Ilnwn Town
Of fire:
112 N. K. 2 Ave.
LAUNDRY
2,20 N AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA
Alexander
ORR JR.
Candidate
for
City
Commissioner
Mr-. Mae Smilh
Mr-. Lactic Smith. R. N.
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Maternity I lospital
1578 N. w. Second Street
Phone 2-5466
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THIS YEAR IN
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\l.,v 19, 1933.
THE J EWISH FLORID
THE JEWISH
TL0K1DIAN
"TT.U.ImIU. KVBW FHIDAY
I ,. tU RIDIAN "PUBLIBHING CO.
;ih" ll. II... 2SU
LnL FIT..' I Phone 2-1183
- RXEI i rlVB OFFICBSl
. BMWiU llld- Ph"n* 2'6'93
EDITORIAL 0FPICB8I
( Mh \>rnu* Phone 2-1183
j. LOUIS 8HOCHBT, Editor
,,[|i | MM.IN. duTli-inu Manourr
IP K. S ,ll;T 'r'ul,,'on Manager
, law matter July 4.
iffico at Miami, Florida,
I 'g'l>-
K.:- PALM BBACH OFFICE
III Eighth Btrtcl
\|r.. M Sfhrcbnlck, Representative
-I BSI RIPTION
.Month........100
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Vol. ti. .o. 20.
FRIDAY, may 20. 19:;::.
AN
Page Three
American Jewish
Congress May 20-22
THIt
12.00
[Throw Out
|flie Jews
By EL8IE ROBINSON
U ., !> bled to 'i reader
hf th, i u .'i.. u rilten by tbt
. I Robinson,
J :'i //' Atlantic
0/i /.. recently.
the Jungle beasts which they
the Jews took the i sinai]
built the Altar, kepi the Faith.
Through desert exile, through In-
credible persecution, still the candles The annual convention ol
burned. While
Egypt scattered like her d '' ishington on May 20
and the -lory that was I ne of
led. a putrid corpse, in hei Iflcant in thi
gutters, the Jews, without wealth cf tne organization,
without pi ... Manj "M put ri-
still held on. And today our civiliza- niflcance to the Jewish con
tion rests on the traditions whi ,nd broad w11'
wen taught that little Hebrew boy T:'
in the shabby home of a Ji transferred from New y
carpenter. Washington at the decision ol
Corruption and conniving amongst Administrative committee o:
Jews? Whi n
and conniving? Whal ra Headquartei ol tl
:
i n
l
H
monopoly on that? But a WU- Bout
d, put this What race ha- larci '' Ions will bi held.
Of the :
s evei
known
In view of
given to thi such
song, such visioi
communn..
terii the Jen
And where, in all the length and
breadth of Christendom, can you
find ment where the home Portance of the topics to be
So th joing to dissolve all
Mai U lodges in Ger-
Ite the ritual and drop
it Jew r what they're go-
ng to d US of Nazareth?
But he Mr. Hitler would un-
- was the Son of
3od; r.<'
Ibal .. may be. But even so.
cased in :
from the H
ntle fat e that
r on that star-
:: face. And the
hands that taught
ise hammer and
were Jewish bands,
v. here the can-
:. the Sabbath night,
urf the of a splendid
d throughout the
-h home.
'- .. more!
years He was to live
life of thi .; v. does noi shame the
home life of ol I
Throw out the J.
It cant be done. Thank God it
can't! For the Jem U more than a
man of certain faith or certaii
blood. He ymbolthe
made manifi in flesh, of a dream
which it of man
since God Mrs! breathed His fin
into a lump of clay. And as long

and order, for love and law, the
ill go on until at last there
ntile, only all
Sons of God.
A Dangerous
Precedent
We
work has
developed against great odds
and who. :
today accomp'.:
. .. ::.:.
Wi refer to the On ati r Miami Ji w-
:. and its a<- (,;. ...>!0n on the World Jewish con-
Out.standing on the agenda of the I
convent if the
Germ,-.:
.be take:.
.. Germ
Sen
well to the subject of thi ''
:
:._: pro
in accord. .
ion of the World Jev
wait lor
the sun i
Isioi vill be
adopt";
nvention will op
urday evening with an
sion. open only to ti.
:...'
vital significance will be thorc
There will
Sunday. The
which Bernard S 11
:
will preside, will be devoted to the
repot-
e and Exe
tee
In the afternoon, thi 111 be B
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keep on
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honorary pre Idi nl I the
-ide.
On Sunci..
tion banquet will be held
:.ood of C;
Shel Ei
It :. i thai Ml
... Itne eai of June
ould be ^ addressed by outstandii
years only three wen officiate in tne life of the countrj
But those few Miami Inci bjection was raised to pected# xhe German situatl
: -heir mark on all Ol : puipn or congrega- ,., ,; al tnis time.
And why? Because He tion. for number of reasons The delifc
.. ol God? Yes; but ... >i them nal Immedi-
the Son of all His : number of gen- day and wiU b(. ;, of Abraham and tlemen wi One gentle- dlscussi0n of or
and Solomon, valiant
ding Hosea, with a
bin bright flame. He ..
well as the Son of
Gd- Thi y broke the trail His feet
How. They reared the
hands were to serve.
torch that blazes now
all Christendom.
it the Jews."
man suggested hoched" who was activity will be led by Profes >r Hor-
of a very erratic n m Kallon of the New 8cho
he kn mitch as any rabbi, sq^i Research.
hell do for me." Another estimable Resolution.- will be adopted at the
gent'..: local man Monday afternoon n and the
wn0 i ted with the Chevra convention will cl
Kadisha. and said "1 like him better on of officers.
than any rabbi, he's good for me.
To the credit of the man involved.
let me add that he immediately
t JewlslTwisdom that j scoffed at the suggestion that he
Christian His knowi- | rabbi.
When conditions in a community
Auctioneers are polite and ot
gentlemen: thej
one's bide.
n and life.
And ras Jewish tenderness and
ice that made Him de-
ruelty of Rome, the vi-
: His own corrupt San- or
.ine.
Jewish courageblood
all those tortured, driven
;.ad gone beforewhich
th to die for the
: and, dying, gasp:
them: they know
to!"
not a Jew. But I am a ChriS-
fOT all that Christianity
""ana to me or to the world I must
The ladies of the I
become such that men sup; d a swap
jealous of the good name of Jewry eyenmg Everybody broug
to suggi Tom- Dlck thing they didn't need Many
. H.:. ,,- appropriate to take a [adies were accompanied by
rabbi's position and place, when the husband.s
and ooMtion of a rabbi be-
comes -so prosaic and commonplace
Let wl
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by.
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for the ordinary layman to be "good
enough" or "better" to serve as a
rabbi, to officiate at cerem
:. .1 It
is to guaril its ?ood name and to
protect the future of its rell
Employed: "I'd like to ta
I to co away on my w -dding
trip."
Employer: How li
to be away?"
Employed: "How long would you
:
Employer: How do
,-elfare. Such action becomes a pre- haven-t ^n ner. have I?"
not only to that young cedent and a dangerous example
i rot h i-..> nil louTV .._ Un.-.-w anH hflmi
01 Nazareth, but to all Jewry. "V^ wl create havoc and harm ..Bofi i got yellow fever," remark-
Fr. while the rest of humanity
Shipped its little mud idols with in ltie Jett
lusted and looted like not happen
lsh community. It must cd the young man who Is engaged to
the blond.
about
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If you
ook.
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An,
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 19, 1935.
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| Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI %
Z Founder ami Director, Radio Synagog * Sunday Mornings
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WIOD, Miami, Florida
SUNDAY, MAY 14. 193:1 I Mother's Day) No. 3.
Vol. 2.
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"WOMAN (JOD'S AGENT"
Scripture Reading, Proverbs, Chapter XXXI, Verses 10-31, inch
SOMEONE has said. "God could not be everywhere, so He made moth-
ers." "Mother" has meant more to mankind than any other word in
the languane. When we speak of womanhood we visualize the mother.
Woman's greatest accomplishments have been in the field of motherhood,
in the rearing of the children of the race.
A rabbi who well understood woman's position in the world once wrote
the following: "The literature of today, reflecting (he life of today,
lakes woman's equality with man for granted, and concerns Itself greatly
with her struggles for complete self-expression in her new freedom, with
her difficult choice between a home and a career. There are few today
who would deny woman the right or the ability to follow a career apart
from that of conducting a home. Too many have done it with triumphant
success to permit of any doubt as to woman's capacities to stand shoulder
to shoulder with man in almost every Held of endeavor. Yet the fact
remains that Uie woman with a career, highly successful though she may
be, still comes to feel an incompleteness in and a dissatisfaction with her
life. While among those who have taken their place in the home, there
are many who. after the first thrill ol nesting is over, look with wistful
eyes upon their freer sisters, longing to partake more actively in the game
of life, to exercise in the market-place the talents and energies to which
they give no outlet in the home. The crux ol the problem lies m the fact
that the meaning of equality is misunderstood. Equality does not mean
identity. Men and women are equal, but they are not identical. There are
differences between man and woman which are not arbitrary or tempor-
ary, but inherent and permanent. Man and woman must have equal rights,
but not necessarily the same functions. Because ol Inherent, biological and
spiritual differences, the equality of man and woman can be built not on
the basis of function, but on the basis of their natural qualifications. God
has endowed woman with qualities, or rather reactions, which He denied
to man. while, on the other hand. He has given powers which are more or
less distinctly His. In a woman, the emotions are keen and profound; she
is gifted with an abundance of tender, sympathetic sentiments, her soul i-
rich in affection and kindness. Woman's reaction to a .situation is, first ol
all, that of the heart. A woman feels first, and thinks afterwards: with
man a reverse process takes place; he thinks first and then gives way to
his feelings. Woman's reaction is emotional, man's logical. And woman's
reaction though it may startle some to hear this is therefore superior
to man's. For the heart knows better than the mind what is right and
what is wrong; the heart knows better than the mind what is noble and
beautiful and moral and proper. Intuition, the method ol the heart, is the
short cut to truth; logic is the laborious way around to the same goal. The
mind has this advantage over the impulses of the heart, that it can adjust
Itself better to environment, that it can quickly select the useful, the
practical, the elements that make for convenience and for fortune. But
woman, by reason of her special gilt.-, which are gifts ol the heart, can
apply hersell to the advancement of the finer calls ol civilization."
WOMAN is especially endowed with the qualities lor directing the fu-
ture destiny of the world through her influence upon her own chil-
dren. A mother's training of her son during his youth, her inculcatl
him the principles of honor, truth, loyalty, and justice, does more to shape
his conduct during his adult life than any other experience or group ol
circumstances. If we are to intrust the wellare of a nation into the hands
ol the next generation, we must train our children today lor that respons-
ibility. No one Is bitter fitted for that task than our mothers. Schools
have never done it and can never do it. School may impart knowledge to
your child; your son or daughter may : i Ivi an abundance ol Informa-
tion, but that is not education. Education amis at moral character build-
ing; it implies the implanting in the child of the habits which we associ-
ate with the noble of spirit. Education Is the transmutation ol knowledge
Into soul substance; it is the extermination ol evil and the planting ol the
seeds that make for excellence in the soul of the child. A child does not
pick up these virtues in the street; he possesses the potentialities lor them
but the potential powers must be cultivated, else they remain stunted. It
is the mother's duty to bring all these qualities out in the child. That is
her contribution to mankind. It by far exceeds any possible accomplish-
ments through a career that she might have chosen.
A WOMAN'S career is that of acting as God's agent. The anonymous
person who ignored the Omnipresent principle of the Deity and said,
"God could not be everywhere so He made mothers" expressed a great
truth. Mothers are the agents of God. Woman, when she chooses mother-
hood as her career, is the best agent for the Divine.
PERMIT me to close this Mother's Day sermon with the quotation from
an anonymous source. It is entitled "My Mother."
// / were a\keJ In give / thought which in one word would speak
A unity of brotherhood, ti sympathy complete,
A hundred happy cheery ways, a mind thai knows //> own,
Contented midst a throng <>f folk, yet peaceful when alone,
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Friday night services at Congrega-
tion Bnai Israel begin at 8 o'clock,
Saturday morning services at 9 o'-
clock, Sunday school classes at 10
a.m.. and Hebrew school classes at
4 p.m. daily. The rabbi will preach
a sermon on "The Ethics of the
Fathers."
On Mother's day. May 14. Mrs. D.
Rothblatt and Mrs. O Silverinan
tendered a card party for the bene-
fit of the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
society. Delicious refreshments were
served and elegant prizes awarded
each table.
On last Tuesday evening the Lad-
ies' Auxiliary and Aid society held
a very interesting meeting. There
was a large attendance.
Mrs. Ida Mershen left last Wed-
nesday evening for her home at New
York City, after spending a very
pleasant visit with her lather. Dave
Goldman.
The Judaic Council held an inter-
esting meeting on Monday evening.
May 15. A spelling contest took place
among the members, at which Mrs.
Evelyn Goldman carried off the
honors, receiving therefor a beauti-
ful gift.
The Ladies' auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
was host to a well attended bridge
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An important meeting of the Lad-
ies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation will be held
at the synagogue Tuesday evening.
May 23. when final plans for the in-
stallation dinner of the organization
to be held on June 4 will be an-
nounced. All members and friends
are urged to attend.
* *
The annual Sunday school picnic
of Beth David will be held next
Sunday morning. May 21. at the Las
Olas casino. Fort Lauderdale. The
children will meet early Sunday
morning at the Beth David Talmud
Torah and will be transported by-
bus to the picnic grounds. Refresh-
ments will be served by the Sister-
hood.
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The usual services of the Radio
Synagog. under the auspices of Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei. its founder and
director, will be heard over WIOD
at 10 o'clock Sunday when the ser-
mon subject will be "Long Life." In
addition to the sermon there will be
music, prayers and scripture read-
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THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN
rage live
SOCIETY
APPEARING M I III
'III AVI Ml THEATRE
Garv Cooper blushed, stammered
,,, grinned himself into his first
lie contract. Now at the peak of
a- sensational career, he Is co-
Z~i With Helen Hayes In the
"nlc Borage production of Ernest
Hemingway 1 famous novel, "A Fare-
U to Amis.-' coming Sunday and
ondav to the Tivoli theatre, with
idolphe MenJOU in the featured
ost.
Cooper, a cartoonist of ability, ed-
died at Grinnell college, won to
Hollywood success via the "hard-
mock" route Eventually a series of
Bll-played minor roles brought him
|Call Irom Paramount. Responding
the call. Cooper became last in
jhe paramount studio corridors and
stumbled into a meeting of execu-
tes unannounced. Embarrassed, he
blushed, stammered then grinned.
He got the contract.
A busy career opened for him. He
(1 roles in -Wings," in
Qua Bow's "It" and other impor-
mi productions. Leads in "Legion
ol the Condemned." "Lilac Time."
The Shopworn Angel." "The Vir-
and a number of other pic-
lues followed quickly.
RCA Victor announce a new line
intents to meet summertime
requirements. There are strong indi-
cations that this summer the minia-
te radi- are destined to play an
xiportar/ role in the entertainment
Ion ot the vacationist at
the summer resorts and on the auto-
mobile highways," says Mr. Ralph
White, general manager of the Pan
American Radio. Inc.. RCA Victor
distributor located at 1809 N. E.
Second avenue.
The new RCA Victor models cov-
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Ball portable type radio in a price
HOge fn in $12.95 to $44.50. There is
a Duncan Phyfe table model, with
space on top for telephone, cigar-
ettes and an ash tray. etc. The radio
chassis is concealed behind false
doors, making this an attractive
piece of furniture.
Another achievement from RCA
Victor headquarters is embodied in
the R E-40. an attractive table mod-
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the first of its kind on the market
and selling for S49.95. In addition to
an electric phonograph of advanced
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for a combination radio phonograph
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The new automobile radio priced
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The annual dance recital entitled
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dents of Edna Sortelle of the Uni-
versity ol Miami Conservatory will
be given Saturday evening. May 20.
at 8:15 o'clock at the Scottish Rite
temple. 445 N. W. Third street. Mi-
ami The entire program will be ac-
companied by the Conservatory
Junior Symphony orchestra. Walter
Grossman, director and Mildred
Greenberg. official accompanist. The
type of dancing which has charac-
terized Edna Sortelle's work for six
yean with the conservatory is of
Hie highest type of dramatic and
artistic interpretation.
me program Is divided In four
summer Evening." "Divert-
IsementS." "Enchanted Calabash'
and "Musical Comedy." The COS-
.,,,. ;ill exceptionally beautiful.
.,. ettings colorful, and 40 li
casl oriental, aesthetic, toe, tap,
and classic dances will feature
aining program

An open meeting of the board of
am Junior Council of Jewish W
will be held at the Ponce de Leon
hotel Tuesday evening, Mas 23, be-
ginning at 8 p.m. when important
business will be transacted. Reserva-
tlons may be made a. tins meeting
for the installation luncheon and
the benefit bridge now being plan-
ned.
.
A well attended meeting of the
Indies' auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
bureau was held last Monday
al Kaplan hall with Mrs. Max Do-
brta in charge of the prognunjDr
Helen French, child PO***"
spoke on the "Adolescent Child.
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive sec-
retary of the Jewish Welfare bureau,
presented her monthly report, which
will be a monthly feature hereafter.
Meetings will be continued through-
out the summer months and will be
held at the homes of members, due
notice of which will appear in these
columns. The lust meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. Meyei
artz, ".he president, on June 19.
Plans tor a card party to be held
shortly with Mrs. Harry Oliphant in
charge will be announced.
*
Casting lor "The Hatchet. Man."
First itional and Vitaphone
picture starring Edward <>. Robin-
son, which comes to the 7th Avenue
theatre nexl Sunday and Monday
was one ot the most important and
pam.-taking jobs which went into
the making of this drama of Ameri-
canized Orientals m San Francisco's
Chinatown of today and 15 years
I ago.
The casting director found it nec-
essary to consider not only acting
ability but the adaptability of the
players' faces to Chinese make-up.
For this reason the First National
make-up expert. Percy Westmore,
wa.s consulted as each name was
considered. It was also necessary to
choose a few English-speaking
ese whose voices would register
properly, and these had to be more
than average Chinese height so that
tiny would not appear incongruous
in a cast of taller Occidentals.
The Hatchet Man" casting was
eventually completed to the
laction of studio executives, casting
director and make-up expert. In
support of Robinson, patrons of the '
7th Avenue theatre will see Loretta ;
Young as Toya San, beautiful Chin-
ese ward and wife of Robinson. Miss |
Young's dramatic interpretation of |
the role and her ability to submerge
her Occidental charms for the pur-
pose of appearing as Toya San earn-
ed lor her the sobriquet of "Girl
Lon Chaney."

The dance of the Junior Council
of Jewish Women scheduled for this
coming Sunday has been indefin-
itely postponed because ol the clos-
ing of the Floridian hotel. Plans are
now being made for a benefit bridge
to be held shortly with Miss Fay-
Sheldon as chairman, assisted by
the Misses Millie and Sylvia Dreisen
' as co-hostesses.
At a recent meeting Miss Sylvia
Dreisen was chosen national director
for the Junior Council of Ji
Women for Miami.
*
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of the Bnai
Israel congregation of St. Peters-
burg. Fla.. wa.s a visitor to Miami
last Tuesday and Wednesday.

The annual donor's tea of Senior
Hadassah will be held on Monday
afternoon, May 22, at the home of
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, 1415 Me-
ridian avenue, Miami Beach, with
Mrs. Barney Weinkle in charge of
| arrangements. All members who
! have earned their quota for the year
I will attend and enjoy the very plea-
! sant afternoon that has been ar-
I ranged.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Katz are now lo-
cated in their new home. 2257 S. W.
Eleventh street, where they will be
happy to greet their friends.
* "
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Collins avenue. Miami Beach, under
the firm name ol Reisman and Tem-
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the Greater Miami territory for the
past nine
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel are now
located in their new home, 427 S, W.
Eighth avenue, where they will be
happy to greet their friends.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I-'riday. May 19, [933
I
The Truth
In Germany
77>' tragic conditions / Jews in
that land as described by Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise.
The plight of the German Jews
calls for immediate help from Amer-
ica in the form of direct relief, ac-
cording to Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, of
New York City, who has just re-
turned from Germany. Rabbi Wise,
chairman of the 1933 fund of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
committee, went into Germany to
learn, at first hand, the actual con-
dition of the Jews there, and to de-
termine how their co-religionists in
this country could best render them
assistance. In addition to interview-
ing representative Jewish leaders in
Germany and surveying the situa-
tion there, he visited the emergency
relief centers in other foreign lands,
and saw thousands of the stricken
exiles who have found temporary
refuge in London. Paris, Amsterdam.
Brussels. Basle and Prague.
For 600.000 Jews in Germany.
Rabbi Wise declared, the present
Situation is quite hopeless. They can
look forward, he declared, to no
change in the government or in its
attitude toward them: their youth
must be re-educated to face the
problems of the coming years and
Uu'v themselves must seek new oc-
cupations to gain some sort of live-
lihood. In the meantime, he added,
before such re-education is accomp-
lished, they must be given financial
assistance In order to keep them-
selves alive.
"The representative German Jews
With whom I spoke." Rabbi Wise
said, "said there were three things
they hoped for from Jews outsidi Ol
Germany. The first of these Is for
adequate financial assistance in
their plight. 111 addition, they ask
that the Internal problem 01 the
In Germany be left to them.
They believe thai it is 01 the highest
Importance for them to maintain
contacts with Jewish leader.- outside,

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"While I did not originally intend
going to Germany." Dr. Wise said,
"for fear of embarrassing some of
our leaders of the Jewish commun-
ity there. I found on visiting London
and Paris that there had been prac-
tically no personal contact with the
men In Germany who had assumed
responsibility for the enormous re-
lict problems there. I therefore went
to Berlin, and was received with
such joy and relief by the leaders
there that had I suffered any In-
convenience through the trip it
would have been more than repaid
by the service I feel I rendered
those stricken people by bringing
them a word of encouragement from
America.
"I impressed upon them the fact
that the Joint Distribution commit-
tee is purely a relief agency, of
course, they arc well acquainted
with the Joint Distribution commit-
tee and know it has functioned suc-
cessfully for more than 19 years in
.-tin ken countries, chiefly because it
has no political or partisan program
and operate.- entirely in the field of
relief and reconstruction. The Ger-
man leaders, most distinguished
men in the various groups of Ger-
man life, assured me that their
problem was so serious that Immed-
iate help from outside was absolute-
ly Imperative."
The American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution committee, Dr. Wise de-
clared, has already contributed a
part of the temporary relief fund of
1,000,000 marks 400.000 marks hav-
ing been raised in Germany by the
German Jew- themselves. This tem-
porary relief fund will meet the im-
mediate effects of the "white pog-
rom" the poverty, exile, migration
and readjustment, but it will be ex-
hausted in 30 days. It is being ad-
ministered by a committee repre-
senting all Jews in Germany. It is
called the Zentralausschluss fuer
Hilfe und Aufbau. and is headed by
Rabbi Baeck of Berlin, by Dr. Mel-
chior, who was until recently a di-
rector of the Bank for International
Settlements; Director Stahl, Dr.
Kreutzberger, Alfred Berger and
others who are prominent figures in
finance and business.
Tt is as representative a group of
men as could be found anywhere."
he said. "Practically all of them are
leaders in finance, insurance and
general business. I arranged with
them the closest possible contact in
relief problems with our continental
and British brethren and with the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
committee. The office of the Joint
Distribution committee in Berlin is
functioning and. while it was exam-
ined once, it has up to the present
been undisturbed. The Joint com-
mittee is an American corporation,
and its office in Berlin, since it is a
relief organization with a status like
the Red Cross, will undoubtedly
function undisturbed.
"In Prance the Jews are raising a
large amount of money and in Eng-
land they are engaged in the same
efforts. The heads of the English
Organization Committee are Lionel
and Anthony de Rothschild. My con-
ferences with these leaders were
most satisfactory and I feel that we
are on the way to offering relief or
help in the terrible problem which
is upon the Jews of Germany today.
"I can say very definitely that
the situation for them is quite ho|>e-
less, and that the young people can-
not possibly look forward to living
in that country under present con-
ditions and so feel that they must
resort to exile. Thousands of re-
fugees arc crowded into London.
Pan.-. Brussels, Basle and Parague.
I visited the relict centers then1 and
;i some very pitiful sights. Men
Of the highest type of education
and culture are frantically attempt-
ing to adjust themselves to new life
in far away lands. Practically all
careers arc closed to them at the
present tune and for the moment
relief is the most important question
For the majority, who will have
to remain in Germany, lite must be
rearranged in an orderly manner."
. he continued. "For those past mid-
! die life and who have served in the
arts and sciences, there seems to be
no possibility for the present other
than relief.
We. American Jews, now have
a contact with European countries
and German relief agencies which
will allow us to do our work with a
sense ol security and assurance of
efficient use."
The immediate task of the Joint
Distribution Committee, Dr. Wise
pointed out. will be to raise funds
to meet the crises in the lives of
German Jews. An emergency relief
program, he said, is now being work-
ed out. and emergency campaigns
would shortly be conducted in Phil-
adelphia, Baltimore. St. Louis .Bos-
ton Washington. Buffalo. Syracuse,
Albany, Dallas, Los Angles. New
Haven, Worcester and other cities.
He has been asured in Berlin. Dr.
Wise said that there is no difficulty
in disbursing funds sent into Ger-
many for the destitute Jews there.
"The German Jew is keeping a
stiff upper lip and maintaining his
dignity in his own eyes in spite
of what is happening all around
him." Rabbi Wise concluded.
About the time a man's first baby
gets old enough to say things other
men begin to shun him.
Some women don't care very much
what church they attend just so the
pews have soft cushions.
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\l.,v 19, 1933. THE J EWISH FLORID T HE JEWISH TL0K1DIAN "TT.U.IMIU. KVBW FHIDAY I ,.„ tU RIDIAN "PUBLIBHING CO. ;i h •. ll. II... 2SU LnL FIT..' I Phone 2-1183 RXEI i rlVB OFFICBSl .„ BMWiU llld Ph n 2 6 93 EDITORIAL 0FPICB8I ( Mh \>rnu* Phone 2-1183 j. LOUIS 8HOCHBT, Editor ,,[|i | MM.IN. %  d uTli-inu Manourr IP K. S ,ll;T r ul,, on Manager law matter July 4. iffico at Miami, Florida, I g l> „ K : PALM BBACH OFFICE III Eighth Btrtcl \| r .. M Sfhrcbnlck, Representative -I BSI RIPTION .Month 100 it Vnr Vol. ti. .o. 20. FRIDAY, MAY 20. 19:;::. AN Page Three American Jewish Congress May 20-22 THIt 12.00 [Throw Out |flie Jews By EL8IE ROBINSON U ., %  !> bled to 'i reader hf th, i u .'i.. u rilten by tbt %  I Robinson, J :'i // %  •' Atlantic 0/i / %  • %  recently. the Jungle beasts which they the Jews took the i sinai] built the Altar, kepi the Faith. Through desert exile, through Incredible persecution, still the candles The annual convention ol burned. While Egypt scattered like her d '•'• ishington on May 20 and the -lory that was I ne of led. a putrid corpse, in hei Iflcant in thi gutters, the Jews, without wealth cf tne organization, without pi ... Manj "M put ri still held on. And today our civilizaniflcance to the Jewish con tion rests on the traditions whi ,nd broad w11 wen taught that little Hebrew boy T: in the shabby home of a Ji transferred from New y carpenter. Washington at the decision ol Corruption and conniving amongst Administrative committee o: Jews? Whi n and conniving? Whal ra Headquartei ol tl : i • n l H monopoly on that? But a WUBout d, put this — What race halarci '•' Ions will bi held. Of the : s evei known In view of • given to thi %  such song, such visioi communn.. terii the Jen And where, in all the length and breadth of Christendom, can you find ment where the home Portance of the topics to be So th joing to dissolve all Mai U • lodges in GerIte the ritual and drop •it Jew r what they're gong to d US of Nazareth? But he Mr. Hitler would unwas the Son of 3od; r.<' Ibal .. may be. But even so. cased in : • from the H ntle fat e that r on that star:: face. And the hands that taught ise hammer and were Jewish bands, v. here the can%  :. the Sabbath night, urf the of a splendid d throughout the -h home. '.. more! years He was to live life of thi .;• v. does noi shame the home life of ol I %  T hrow out the J. It cant be done. Thank God it can't! For the Jem U more than a man of certain faith or certaii blood. He ymbol—the made manifi in flesh, of a dream which it of man since God Mrs! breathed His fin into a lump of clay. And as long %  and order, for love and law, the ill go on — until at last there ntile, only all Sons of God. A Dangerous Precedent We work has developed against great odds and who. : today accomp'.: .. ::.:. Wi refer to the On ati r Miami Ji w:. and its a<( ; ... >!0n on the World Jewish conOut.standing on the agenda of the I convent if the Germ,-.: .be take:. .. Germ Sen well to the subject of thi %  %  : :._:• pro in accord. ion of the World Jev wait lor • the sun i Isioi vill be adopt"; nvention will op urday evening with an sion. open only to ti. :... % %  vital significance will be thorc There will Sunday. The which Bernard S 11 : %  will preside, will be devoted to the repot%  e and Exe tee In the afternoon, thi 111 be B J < : (to. 1 H : : : 1 V .:. '... %  : •' %  : : WI : %  -. I \ :.. htmare, %  If you ..bout nd not keep on ute, Wll X Is th Pi ill be a :•: : A p Of S A : :.: h Dr. S honorary pre Idi nl I the -ide. On Sunci.. tion banquet will be held :.ood of C; Shel Ei It %  :. i thai Ml ... Itne eai of June ould be ^ addressed by outstandii years only three wen officiate •"• in tn e life of the countrj But those few Miami Inci bjection was raised to pected# xhe German situatl :• -heir mark on all Ol : %  puipn or congrega,., ; al tn is ti me And why? Because He tion. for number of reasons The delifc .. ol God? Yes; but ... >i them • nal Immedithe Son of all His : •• number of genday and wiU b( ;,r Horof a very erratic n M Kallon of the New 8cho ••he kn mitch as any rabbi, SQ^I Research. hell do for me." Another estimable Resolution.will be adopted at the gent'..: %  local man Monday afternoon n and the wn0 •, i ted with the Chevra conv ention will cl Kadisha. and said "1 like him better „ on of officers. than any rabbi, he's good for me. To the credit of the man involved. let me add that he immediately %  t JewlslTwisdom that j scoffed at the suggestion that he • Christian His knowi| rabbi. When conditions in a community Auctioneers are polite and ot gentlemen: thej one's bide. n and life. And ras Jewish tenderness and ice that made Him deruelty of Rome, the vi: His own corrupt Sanor .ine. Jewish courage—blood all those tortured, driven ;.ad gone before—which th to die for the : and, dying, gasp: them: they know to!" not a Jew. But I am a ChriSfOT all that Christianity ""ana to me or to the world I must The ladies of the I become such that men sup; d a swap jealous of the good name of Jewry eyenmg Everybody broug to suggi Tom Dlck thing they didn't need Many H : ,,appropriate to take a [adies were accom panied by rabbi's position and place, when the husband s and ooMtion of a rabbi becomes -so prosaic and commonplace Let wl i I wi) %  • %  II I look by. : 1 : : l is of .'. I Some 1 : :. : pe ai tion why ai I .. for the ordinary layman to be "good enough" or "better" to serve as a rabbi, to officiate at cerem :. .1 It is to guaril its ?ood name and to protect the future of its rell Employed: "I'd like to ta •I to co away on my w -dding trip." Employer: How li to be away?" Employed: "How long would you • : Employer: How do ,-elfare. Such action becomes a prehaven t ^n n er. have I?" not only to that young cedent and a dangerous example %  i rot h i-..> nil louTV .._ Un.-.-w anH hflmi 01 Nazareth, but to all Jewry. "V^ wl „ create havoc and harm .. Bofi i got yellow fever," remarkF r. while the rest of humanity Shipped its little mud idols with in ltie Jett lusted and looted like not happen lsh community. It must c d the young man who Is engaged to the blond. about U If you ook. luti An, pov If yoi nd not inci to come off. : .. %  %  : %  a 1



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Page lour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 19, 1935. I •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• <• •:• •:• &f •:• •:• # •:• •:• •:• •:• -:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• • • &f &f • &f # # • &f &f &f # | Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI % Z Founder ami Director, Radio Synagog <• •> &f •> •:• •:• •:• •>++•;• &f •:* &f •;• •!• &f &f •> •> •!* ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• %  •• •• %  +• ••• &f ••* ••• ••• ••• %  •* %  •• "WOMAN — (JOD'S AGENT" Scripture Reading, Proverbs, Chapter XXXI, Verses 10-31, inch S OMEONE has said. "God could not be everywhere, so He made mothers." "Mother" has meant more to mankind than any other word in the languane. When we speak of womanhood we visualize the mother. Woman's greatest accomplishments have been in the field of motherhood, in the rearing of the children of the race. A rabbi who well understood woman's position in the world once wrote the following: "The literature of today, reflecting (he life of today, lakes woman's equality with man for granted, and concerns Itself greatly with her struggles for complete self-expression in her new freedom, with her difficult choice between a home and a career. There are few today who would deny woman the right or the ability to follow a career apart from that of conducting a home. Too many have done it with triumphant success to permit of any doubt as to woman's capacities to stand shoulder to shoulder with man in almost every Held of endeavor. Yet the fact remains that Uie woman with a career, highly successful though she may be, still comes to feel an incompleteness in and a dissatisfaction with her life. While among those who have taken their place in the home, there are many who. after the first thrill ol nesting is over, look with wistful eyes upon their freer sisters, longing to partake more actively in the game of life, to exercise in the market-place the talents and energies to which they give no outlet in the home. The crux ol the problem lies m the fact that the meaning of equality is misunderstood. Equality does not mean identity. Men and women are equal, but they are not identical. There are differences between man and woman which are not arbitrary or temporary, but inherent and permanent. Man and woman must have equal rights, but not necessarily the same functions. Because ol Inherent, biological and spiritual differences, the equality of man and woman can be built not on the basis of function, but on the basis of their natural qualifications. God has endowed woman with qualities, or rather reactions, which He denied to man. while, on the other hand. He has given powers which are more or less distinctly His. In a woman, the emotions are keen and profound; she is gifted with an abundance of tender, sympathetic sentiments, her soul irich in affection and kindness. Woman's reaction to a .situation is, first ol all, that of the heart. A woman feels first, and thinks afterwards: with man a reverse process takes place; he thinks first and then gives way to his feelings. Woman's reaction is emotional, man's logical. And woman's reaction — though it may startle some to hear this — is therefore superior to man's. For the heart knows better than the mind what is right and what is wrong; the heart knows better than the mind what is noble and beautiful and moral and proper. Intuition, the method ol the heart, is the short cut to truth; logic is the laborious way around to the same goal. The mind has this advantage over the impulses of the heart, that it can adjust Itself better to environment, that it can quickly select the useful, the practical, the elements that make for convenience and for fortune. But woman, by reason of her special gilt.-, which are gifts ol the heart, can apply hersell to the advancement of the finer calls ol civilization." W OMAN is especially endowed with the qualities lor directing the future destiny of the world through her influence upon her own children. A mother's training of her son during his youth, her inculcatl him the principles of honor, truth, loyalty, and justice, does more to shape his conduct during his adult life than any other experience or group ol circumstances. If we are to intrust the wellare of a nation into the hands ol the next generation, we must train our children today lor that responsibility. No one Is bitter fitted for that task than our mothers. Schools have never done it and can never do it. School may impart knowledge to your child; your son or daughter may : %  i Ivi an abundance ol Information, but that is not education. Education amis at moral character building; it implies the implanting in the child of the habits which we associate with the noble of spirit. Education Is the transmutation ol knowledge Into soul substance; it is the extermination ol evil and the planting ol the seeds that make for excellence in the soul of the child. A child does not pick up these virtues in the street; he possesses the potentialities lor them but the potential powers must be cultivated, else they remain stunted. It is the mother's duty to bring all these qualities out in the child. That is her contribution to mankind. It by far exceeds any possible accomplishments through a career that she might have chosen. A WOMAN'S career is that of acting as God's agent. 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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORI DJAN f \ One of the prettiest affairs of the current season was tine dance and \audeville show given by the Hebrew Athletic club last Sunday evening at its community centre when more than 100 guests attended. Amony those who helped entertain during i Inrvening was Lew Hampton. Lei' Cantor. Milton Traener and Joe Mandelbaum. The hall was beautifully decorated lor the event and during the evening refreshments were served without charge. Both the younger and older members "1 Miami's Jewry were present. In charge of arrangements was a committee consisting of Messrs. Abe Goldman. Nat Blumberg and Muny Grossman. • • • The physical culture class tendered its director. Mrs. Bertha Berkowlch Levy, a farewell luncheon and swimming party last week prior to • -tving for Camp Wohelo which Levy owns and dll camp lor girls b .mil fifteen in the Blu< Kici-e -.11:.i i'> ::.%  .: atti tiding wen Mi r, Florenci Goi M ONLY S10 Your car painted to look like new With Famous J. B. Paint Guaranteed One Year J. B. PAINT GO. %  II N. MIAMI AVK. ARE WE t T s t.utli with those who trust us. .ire we living up to our obligations if we risk their future happiness by ignoring the problems th.n would arise lor them if. some day, we did not come home? Insurance offers the safe and lill answer. There is no substitute. A Southern Health & Life Insurance Policy on each one inecessary 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 Gin Realty li..;ir.i ll !•.-. Phone 2-3419 oby. Lil Morris. Ida Saul. Tillie Katz. Nettie Btilbin. Adele Beskind. Hilda Reisner. Dora August. Sophie Schwartz. Minna Uhlfelder. Rose Levin. Sadie Sachs. Mrs. Solomon and Miss Anna Levy of Washington. D. C. Mrs. Seligman read an original poem, a satire on the volley ball team of the class, after which Mrs. Levy was presented with a beautiful gift In appreciation of her services to the class. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfe of New York City, formerly leading fraternal and communal workers of Miami, and baby are visiting friends in Miami for several weeks. • • • Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Maclitei and daughter Naomi lei' by auto last I ty to visit relatives and friends 111 New York. Rabbi Mai'litei will return to Miami m about four weeks. Mrs. Sydney L Weintraub, newlypn sident ol the Ml imi chapter ol tin National Council o: W :.. %  was Installed last at a lum neon at the A Othei office) installed were :•:. I. Magid and Mrs. Pinkus \ ice pn -nil nl s; Mrs 1 Ci mei secreMrs. David Bass, recording M Morris Dubler, tn aMi Charli 3 %  itii. ftnan* el irj and Mi -. Louis Hayauditor, luncheon table was decorated warden flowers and corsages d the places of members of "i.e board. Souvenir program m the form of a ship's log signifying the launching of a new ship with Ulcers as the crew. A largi Icon formed the center piece. Mrs. Saul Lutsky was toastmaster. Dorothy SteamMayer, accompanied by Annie Laurie Lee. presented a group I : vl Oakes. violinist. i)-. Mrs. Lee Tributi paid by past Benjamin Isldoi C hi:: and rtz. I 11. 2 C ".: Miltoi '' pn ei • %  d Imil t Lil I Hurst. Gei Flakier Poultry Market Wholesali and Retail lli-'r ibutnl of Strictly Fresh Florida Eggs Fancy Live and Dressed Poultry "No Short WeightsNo I.on* Walt*" 1132 W. Flakier St. Phone 2-SH7S HUMIi SERVICE LAUXDRY Mrs. Clara D. Kersey, Prop. 1225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5654 SPECIAL 20 lbs. Rough Dry, S1.00 Flat Work Finished Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper haw moved to their new home at 1819 S. W. Eleventh terrace, where they will be pleased to greet their many friends. • • Junior Hadassah honored their mothers and the members of Senior Hadassah last Monday night at a spinal meeting In the home of Miss Sylvia Rayvls. Lena Wrinkle, president of the chapter, delivered an address of welcome, which was responded to by Mrs. Sam Katz. mother of the chapter's first president. A program dedicated to Mother's day was presented including numbers by Helen Wroobel. Millicent Rubin, Pauline Lasky and Doris Glendenning. Refreshments were served m pink to carry out the general decorative scheme which prevailed. • • • Among the honor students at the Shenandoah Junior High school was Rosalind Friedman, who received special recognition lor her work in Spanish. • A special call has been issued for all members ol the Hebrew Athletic club to appear at the Flamingo park tonight for practice In volley ball. The club expects to enter a team in the volley ball league and it is anxious to have as many report as possible so that the best candidates may be chosen for the team. • • o Elections were held recently at theUniversity ol Florida Phi Beta Delta. Ainoilii Officer! chosen win a number ol Miami boys and Included Announcing .. THE OPENING OF SERVICE GRAIN COMPANY Dbrtrlbnton of PRATT'S QUALITY FEEDS AND REMEDIES i-'v W. .Ill ST. Phone 2-2463 Miami, Florida Al Cassell, Phil Bremen and Milton A. Friedman. Friedman was also chosen representative to the Junior Inter-Fraternity Fiat conference. • • • Election of officers for the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association will be held on Wednesday, June 14, at Beth David hall and only delegates representing the affiliated synagogues, sisterhood of Chesed She] Ernes and three dele' gates at large from those not belonging to any synagogue will be permitted to vote. Mr. David Rothblatt. a prominent merchant and communal worker of St. Petersburg, Fla.. was a visitor to Miami last week, having accompanied Rabbi Kleinfeld. He returned to St. Petersburg last Wednesday. • • The annual baby beauty contest sponsored by the local chapter of Senior Hadassah tor the benefit ol Palestine Infant Welfare Work will be held on June 7. with Mesdames IJ. Kandel and L. Roth in charm Full details will appear in an early issue. • • During the absence ol Rabbi S. M. Machtei oi the Radio Synagog thi Bible study group meetings at the SEMINOLE RADIO SHOP 10R W, fUutUt si. Phone 2-7011 We Specialize in Repairs ANY MAKE RADIO \*> >. (uIprpiM-r (ifii. MiKin/ii I + + 'CAMP WOHELO For Girls An Ideal Vacation Spot for Your Daughter I BERTHA BERKOWITCH I.KVS. Owner and Director home of Maj. Kaufman have been temporarily suspen Meetings will be resumed upon | rabbi's return. • • • The annual Hadassah linen she er for the Palestine Supply • ,. was held yesterday at the Al %  club with Mrs. Sam Katz chain of the local committee in chargi interesting address was made Mrs. A. H. Fromenson of New y, Admission was by the gift ol .:• which will be sent to New Yi headquarters for shipment estlne Hadassah units. I [.Ida Riesner 1 1867 S. W. Thirteenth Street j Ml Wll REPRESENTATIVE For Information Phone :!-249o -. .Y'/it you can /"M 14 BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fits your pocketbookl PHONE ::-.!(i87 21 N. w. MB ST. The EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY of tinUnited States LIFE INSURANCE and ANNUITIES S. A. Ill HI.KSS. Ili,t. Mr. Eultrn Iti-lnel 1209-11 Blseayne Building Phone 2-1043 fl r ej^JrirErerrirfirHrararararr^^ ALLDRITT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO. Motor and Generator Winding and Repairing Marine ami Magneto Work a Specialty 327 NORTHWEST FIRST AVEN1 I. 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BBE9BQ9BHBS %  ^H Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I-'riday. May 19, [933 I The Truth In Germany 77>' tragic conditions / Jews in that land as described by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise. The plight of the German Jews calls for immediate help from America in the form of direct relief, according to Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, of New York City, who has just returned from Germany. Rabbi Wise, chairman of the 1933 fund of the American Jewish Joint Distribution committee, went into Germany to learn, at first hand, the actual condition of the Jews there, and to determine how their co-religionists in this country could best render them assistance. In addition to interviewing representative Jewish leaders in Germany and surveying the situation there, he visited the emergency relief centers in other foreign lands, and saw thousands of the stricken exiles who have found temporary refuge in London. Paris, Amsterdam. Brussels. Basle and Prague. For 600.000 Jews in Germany. Rabbi Wise declared, the present Situation is quite hopeless. They can look forward, he declared, to no change in the government or in its attitude toward them: their youth must be re-educated to face the problems of the coming years and Uu'v themselves must seek new occupations to gain some sort of livelihood. In the meantime, he added, before such re-education is accomplished, they must be given financial assistance In order to keep themselves alive. "The representative German Jews With whom I spoke." Rabbi Wise said, "said there were three things they hoped for from Jews outsidi Ol Germany. The first of these Is for adequate financial assistance in their plight. 111 addition, they ask that the Internal problem 01 the In Germany be left to them. They believe thai it is 01 the highest Importance for them to maintain contacts with Jewish leader.outside, Cars Painted By Electricity Excellent Work, only $5.00 JOHN WOLFE mill ST. AND 211TH eless, and that the young people cannot possibly look forward to living in that country under present conditions and so feel that they must resort to exile. Thousands of refugees arc crowded into London. Pan.-. Brussels, Basle and Parague. I visited the relict centers then 1 and %  ;i some very pitiful sights. Men Of the highest type of education and culture are frantically attempting to adjust themselves to new life in far away lands. Practically all careers arc closed to them at the present tune and for the moment relief is the most important question For the majority, who will have to remain in Germany, lite must be rearranged in an orderly manner." he continued. "For those past mid! die life and who have served in the arts and sciences, there seems to be no possibility for the present other than relief. •We. American Jews, now have a contact with European countries and German relief agencies which will allow us to do our work with a sense ol security and assurance of efficient use." The immediate task of the Joint Distribution Committee, Dr. Wise pointed out. will be to raise funds to meet the crises in the lives of German Jews. An emergency relief program, he said, is now being worked out. and emergency campaigns would shortly be conducted in Philadelphia, Baltimore. St. Louis .Boston Washington. Buffalo. Syracuse, Albany, Dallas, Los Angles. New Haven, Worcester and other cities. He has been asured in Berlin. Dr. Wise said that there is no difficulty in disbursing funds sent into Germany for the destitute Jews there. "The German Jew is keeping a stiff upper lip and maintaining his dignity in his own eyes in spite of what is happening all around him." Rabbi Wise concluded. About the time a man's first baby gets old enough to say things other men begin to shun him. Some women don't care very much what church they attend just so the pews have soft cushions. i I We are nerving a dinner worth a j dollar for SOc. Steak, chops, sea food. I fried chicken, "mothered chicken, hot roll*, home made pie**, real coffee. We ii-'' nothing but vegetable oil* in our cooking. Maxwell Mouse 2117 S. W. Mh SI. (Tamiami Traill Phone 2-.VI22 DODDY PIES I %  The Finest Ever Baked u Absolutely Kosher %  Produced by the llaker of Soy Bean Bread W. B. DODDINGTON 2723 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-9562 JOHN K. CLEMMER for City Commissioner I firmly pledge myself to a vigorous, podtlve and unfaltering prosecution of any investigation, litigation or other action now pending or which may become necessary to procure lower rates for al! public utilities, including electricity, gas, water and telephone. I hold no brief for any public utility company anil defy anyone to submit proof or evidence contrary Ut this statement. 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M a y 19. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN rage live SOCIETY APPEARING M I III 'III AVI Ml THEATRE Ga rv Cooper blushed, stammered ,,, grinned himself into his first lie contract. Now at the peak of asensational career, he Is coZ~i With Helen Hayes In the "nlc Borage production of Ernest Hemingway 1 famous novel, "A Fare„U to Amis.-' coming Sunday and ondav to the Tivoli theatre, with idolphe MenJOU in the featured ost. Cooper, a cartoonist of ability, eddied at Grinnell college, won to Hollywood success via the "hardmock" route Eventually a series of Bll-played minor roles brought him |C all Irom Paramount. Responding the call. Cooper became last in jhe paramount studio corridors and stumbled into a meeting of executes unannounced. Embarrassed, he blushed, stammered — then grinned. He got the contract. A busy career opened for him. He (1 roles in -Wings," in Qua Bow's "It" and other impormi productions. Leads in "Legion ol the Condemned." "Lilac Time." The Shopworn Angel." "The Virand a number of other piclues followed quickly. RCA Victor announce a new line intents to meet summertime requirements. There are strong indications that this summer the miniate radiare destined to play an xiportar/ role in the entertainment Ion ot the vacationist at the summer resorts and on the automobile highways," says Mr. Ralph White, general manager of the Pan American Radio. Inc.. RCA Victor distributor located at 1809 N. E. Second avenue. The new RCA Victor models cover a wide range. They include the Ball portable type radio in a price HOge fn in $12.95 to $44.50. There is a Duncan Phyfe table model, with space on top for telephone, cigarettes and an ash tray. etc. The radio chassis is concealed behind false doors, making this an attractive piece of furniture. Another achievement from RCA Victor headquarters is embodied in the R E-40. an attractive table model combination radio phonograph, the first of its kind on the market and selling for S49.95. In addition to an electric phonograph of advanced type which plays either long-playing or standard records, it incorporates a five-tube superheterodyne radio chassis with tone control. The controls are conveniently located at the side of the cabinet. This instrument is exiK-cted to fill a long-felt need for a combination radio phonograph with compactness and servlclbillty, The new automobile radio priced at $34.95 complete in one unit, superheterodyne circuit. H eliminator, tone control, good tone quality. automatic volume control and lent sensitivity and selectivity are some ol the features ol tins new model which is last taking a leading position In the liekl ol auto radio. in addition to a complete line ol RCA Victor models on display at their show room, they maintain a compli e department, where you may drive in and get your tubes and set te I.oretta Young THRIFTY Laundry Service Try the ROSEDALE Delicatessen l- N. w. FIFTH ST. N'"l connected with any "HUT firm or business) FOR ANYTHING IN FOOD AM) DELICATESSEN Heal Home Cooked Jewl.h I I Daily %  "Everything That's Good" %  The annual dance recital entitled "The Enchanted Calabash" by students of Edna Sortelle of the University ol Miami Conservatory will be given Saturday evening. May 20. at 8:15 o'clock at the Scottish Rite temple. 445 N. W. Third street. Miami The entire program will be accompanied by the Conservatory Junior Symphony orchestra. Walter Grossman, director and Mildred Greenberg. official accompanist. The type of dancing which has characterized Edna Sortelle's work for six yean with the conservatory is of Hie highest type of dramatic and artistic interpretation. me program Is divided In four •summer Evening." "DivertIsementS." "Enchanted Calabash' and "Musical Comedy." The COS.,„,„,. ;ill exceptionally beautiful. .,. et tings colorful, and 40 li casl oriental, aesthetic, toe, tap, and classic dances will feature aining program • • • An open meeting of the board of am Junior Council of Jewish W will be held at the Ponce de Leon hotel Tuesday evening, Mas 23, beginning at 8 p.m. when important business will be transacted. Reservatlons may be made a. tins meeting for the installation luncheon and the benefit bridge now being planned. • • A well attended meeting of the Indies' auxiliary of the Jewish Wel££ bureau was held last Monday al Kaplan hall with Mrs. Max Dobrta in charge of the prognunjDr Helen French, child PO***" spoke on the "Adolescent Child. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary of the Jewish Welfare bureau, presented her monthly report, which will be a monthly feature hereafter. Meetings will be continued throughout the summer months and will be held at the homes of members, due notice of which will appear in these columns. The lust meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Meyei artz, ".he president, on June 19. Plans tor a card party to be held shortly with Mrs. Harry Oliphant in charge will be announced. • • Casting lor "The Hatchet. Man." First %  itional and Vitaphone picture starring Edward <>. Robinson, which comes to the 7th Avenue theatre nexl Sunday and Monday was one ot the most important and pam.-taking jobs which went into the making of this drama of Americanized Orientals m San Francisco's Chinatown of today and 15 years I ago. The casting director found it necessary to consider not only acting ability but the adaptability of the players' faces to Chinese make-up. For this reason the First National make-up expert. Percy Westmore, wa.s consulted as each name was considered. It was also necessary to choose a few English-speaking ese whose voices would register properly, and these had to be more than average Chinese height so that tiny would not appear incongruous in a cast of taller Occidentals. •The Hatchet Man" casting was eventually completed to the laction of studio executives, casting director and make-up expert. In support of Robinson, patrons of the 7th Avenue theatre will see Loretta ; Young as Toya San, beautiful Chinese ward and wife of Robinson. Miss | Young's dramatic interpretation of | the role and her ability to submerge her Occidental charms for the purpose of appearing as Toya San earned lor her the sobriquet of "Girl Lon Chaney." • • • The dance of the Junior Council of Jewish Women scheduled for this coming Sunday has been indefinitely postponed because ol the closing of the Floridian hotel. Plans are now being made for a benefit bridge to be held shortly with Miss FaySheldon as chairman, assisted by the Misses Millie and Sylvia Dreisen as co-hostesses. At a recent meeting Miss Sylvia Dreisen was chosen national director for the Junior Council of Ji Women for Miami. • • Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of the Bnai Israel congregation of St. Petersburg. Fla.. wa.s a visitor to Miami last Tuesday and Wednesday. • • • The annual donor's tea of Senior Hadassah will be held on Monday afternoon, May 22, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson, 1415 Meridian avenue, Miami Beach, with Mrs. Barney Weinkle in charge of | arrangements. All members who have earned their quota for the year I will attend and enjoy the very plea! sant afternoon that has been arI ranged. Mr. and Mrs. J. Katz are now located in their new home. 2257 S. W. Eleventh street, where they will be happy to greet their friends. joe Reisman and M. Tembrich will soon open a complete kosher meat and poultry market at 235 Collins avenue. Miami Beach, under the firm name ol Reisman and Tembrich. Mr. Reisman has operated In the Greater Miami territory for the past nine Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel are now located in their new home, 427 S, W. Eighth avenue, where they will be happy to greet their friends. Adult. 20c Children 10c Box Office np, 11.'. |4S p.m. Sunday Sunday and Monday. May 21-22 EDWARD G. ROBINSON "The Hatchet Man" IK' M'Tved I master— lev* hate. ind .-I nnouncing THE OPENING OF WHEELANS Fish Grill ,is ALTON HI). MIAMI BEACH Known from CoUt t" Coat WE USE ONLY CRISCO IN FRYING OCR FISH + + "The Enchanted Calabash" Annunl Dance Recital Pupil* of EDNA SORTELLE l'. of M. Conservatory Junior Symphony Orchestra Waller (Jni-.maii, Director S:.lurda>. May 20. B:15 Admi-'.ion .10c SCOTTISH RITE TEMPLE Ticket* on Bale Miami Con.ervalnry and Philpitf. 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wJewisti Florid tin 1 I-ORID.VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY \ 20. MIAMI. FLORIDA. MAY 19. 1933. Alexanch r Orr. jr.. one of the leadM candidates in the race for city dpmJjsioner of Miami, has em.;. branded as untrue all rumors to the effect that he was opvtfd to a reduction in power rates r.d thai %  w* allied with power alnst the rights of the >rr points to an unblem| of public service and ghicven M proof of the fact lys been fair minded :or the interests of the president of the Dade County Tax Relief association he :.. of the prime factorin l movemenl which meant the savda of dollars to the come owner and taxpayer. He fav. tion in power rates to •hat c,. irate with the right* imer. the carrying out of a pro:: relieve dial rest and In an economical id translating platforms • r than mere elechas so often happened -'.. His friends point : .Uleled record of unselirork as a criterion by which judge the man and urge citizens want honncy, economy and action in lorv j ... .:.••:• I : M : the progress of M fit of all its people. Relief Party To Be Thursday Final preparations have been com; pleted for what promises to be one 'of the outstanding aria:: season, the benefit bridge funds for the relief of thi Jews in Germany. The .-.:: is being sponsored by a committee represent ine the Woman's club of the W. C. and a number of un iated women will be held Thursday eve:..: M ih commu: brew Athli tub 1 corner of S. W. SiJ and Fifth strei only 35 centa and • %  proceeds will be foi Joint n committee for i cied for :. ind reail ol : that ail Jev • their brethren ::: Gi i man; Price live Cents Maccabees To Temple Israel Hold Convention Elects Officers Clemmer. better to to his host of fri Miami and Florida is rous campaign for .• % % %  ci mmiasion of : .:. government, effi' %  department without he la pledged to such to insure a repower rates for all is, water, telephone He challenges any:.• ted or public utility comInat the public and ord in his business proof of his inu I work for the common A Vesident of Miami for II years he has served as Mahi Shrine temple. : the State Board of Pharhaa received recognition In Florida as well as In urging his election. inert friends urge upon that the city of Miami %  of practical affairs and theorists in order to lift of Ita present condition. • • • %  % %  the election of Frank H a member of the city Ol Miami, his friends record not only as a pioand communal worker. I that as city mayor, as : d as a member of council, he obtained an inthe operation of city airy few men possess. He the city's needs, its Dd as a business man he to approach a solution :: present difficulties in a H will accomplish results • benefit of the taxpayers in *•"• effective and businesslike manj* r He pledges his help to solve the tond problem, the solution of the employment problem, economy in ?0v err.mental administration, and a ^ogram that will insure reduction Sisterhood To Install Officers Offi recentl; U % %  .Bi t the 1 Id 1 the princi I. Wi : .ce the offi be accomp%  : ... : .. '.. %  heon. A-l i Sisterhood among the Junior Maccabees is being hown for the h will be held Miami June 9 and 10. Every rlda will be invention, and -Maccabees are • i for being the mo-Inroup o: young people in the community, and with their enthia convention .. convention of the Mace.-.:: %  to be held Jul through 29 al Deti >H Ml rida. a to act as page at conve:. ,•.:,;, .:.:.. %  .:eai .:.• %  real am n '• : %  : .: .. .: At j 1 M ;. %  ..: :. %  %  :.'• %  %  largeat i ... thi Suprem Pag< :. ml [t I re of the S tion ol ith thi .: .: %  • : '.' tit Itl :. Temple Israel. Miami's Reform congregation, held its annual meeting last Tuesday i and after hearing a report • year's accomplishments given by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H Kapla:. itual head, which was directed to be mailed to its members, ell the following officers: Da-. J president: Isaac Levin, vice ; dent: Herbert D Pel -ecretary J Gerald Li ':' % %  IL ':' %  UlCial .secDire •' : : a A. Richter, N j Mirsky and : tan. Directors to serve one year: B. Pi Jack Bernstein. Max Orovitz. H I Horna. Leo AckJoe v..... :-.. Sldnej H Wall E Max G David : I Mr Apt*, nineni ommunal er bet.. lah i :.%  M 'Announcements! .!. J MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 'Orthodox. IMS S. W. Third Stret JONAH E. C'APLAN, Rabbi The early Friday evening sei begin at 6:30 p.m. There will be no ervicea in the future until the fall, these having been discontinued immec [ter Passover. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. and the Mir.cha and Marriv services at 6 p.m. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB 'Orthodox. 311 Wuhiniton AT** Miami Bttch The 6 30 p 3 :5 -.;hen a pron nent -. t thi %  %  • 8:30 and cha aervl 5.30 p m Club Nominates New Officers Massmeeting To be Held Soon Junior Council Chooses Leaders The Junior Council of J at a meeting in the Ponce de Leon hotel laal Tueaday • *n the chosen to : %  • :• Han • second vice p: Idenl Sara Kohn. record::secretary; Mae Levin, cor. secretary: Lllll 0 '•' %  %  er. final • ; Scheinberg. treasurer. They form' led at a lunch* n be held on Sunday. May 28. with in charge of a comheaded by M Kohn. At the same m/ia Dreiser. and Bess:. '.'• miltofl were elected as delegate and alternate to the convention of the National J Council of Jewish Women which will be held in St. V [1 '.: fewIreater M .:: be hi at B-.. David June 7. a" association will be afforded to those who d belong r.om%  for mi mbei been reduced to one-third former chai port of thi i : >r action. Nomii '.'' %  '.' %  May lent. '.:...• \. H. 1 I U Rel Le Chalk! I : for A %  r. id Lut R. Grossman; :' 3. Schweitzer, Leo Phil Lerner I t house :.Robert I. P TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI Ref<>r:r ISi N. E. KiatMatfc Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi at 8 15. Dr Kaplan rid Prosperat 10 : 10 of f thi [all tor a lenic. Th vanci If tl temple by 9:30 S 111 BETH DAVID CONGREGATION i Conf*r^ati) 1J N. W. Third Aena HAS SHAPIRO, Rabbi Junior Group to Hold Election Annual Picnic Held Last Week of taxes, as well as a reduction of power rates commensurate with the rights of the taxpayer and consumer Mr Wharton came to Miami and helped build the old Royal Palm hotel which was the first building of importance erected by Henry Flagler and since that time has untiringly worked for the city's interests and that of its taxpayers. Several hundred children and adtter.ded the annual Sundayschool picnic of the Miami Jewish dox congregation, sponsored Ladies auxiliary at Hollywood casino. Athletic contests were enjoyed by the children and prizes were awarded. The games were directed by Herbert E. Scher and Louis Heiman. while arrangements for the picnic were in charge of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. who assisted the ladies committee. During the day refreshments consisting of cakes, ice cream, candies and sodas were served to all free of any charge. : %  : en a prog: Ml ': %  the J. N F. work. Enti will be pt %  -:• i. Fol — program Mrs. Veeda Cr : present the report of her con., and Will preside at the election of n which will follow the presentation of the report. All members are urged to bring their J. N F boxes to the meeting. Plans for the joint Hebrew Athletic club and Junior Hadassah swim par.;.and dance at the Roman Pools casino Sunday evening. June 4. will be announced. All members are urged to attend and make final payments on their dues to enable them to vote in the election of officers. Prlday evening services bei I 6:15 p :.. '..• late serviclowing at 8 15 when Rabbi Shapiro reach a sermon or. M :... -i con— at and cr-. -.nil be directed b;. ed by the 8:30 a : dren ol er at the Talmud Torah but 9 to be conveyed to the a picnic tuderdale. Jewish Children Are Victorious Peretz Scheinberg. the son and Mrs Mendel Scheinberg. longtime residents of this city, won the oratorical contest at the Ada Merntt Junior High school last week. At the Ida M. Fisher High school. Miami Beach. Florae Berman won the declamation contest and was awarded the gold medal. In the junior high school. Martha Rauzin was the victor in the declamation contest.