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

Subjects

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00222

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wJewisti floridlar?
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Ladies Install Gala Joint Event Macabees To Try t----------------------
Of ficers Tuesday Is Planned Here For Nat'l Home I Announcements!
___ I______________i
Mrs. Lewis Brown headed the list Ga!a Preparations are being made Tent-hive 22. Macabees. met Tues-
of officers and directors of Beth for tne bi& event of the season on day night at the home of Mr. and CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
David Sisterhood, who were installed Svmda>' evening. June 4. when the Mrs. A. M Coffin. 1000 N. \V. Seven-
in office at a beautiful luncheon last
Tuesday at Beth David Talmud
Torah hall. Rabbi Max Shapiro of
the congregation offered the invoca-
tion and Mrs. Sydney L. Wefntraub
Vol. N-
Because I am
A Jew_
77. followi*i address uas de-
;,i,.ri,/ at < **' massmceting
tJkd I" "''"' l"'"h for tbe rrlicf
,f German Jews.
w overflowing audience of Balti-
more Jews representing every walk
o'life. U.-ti-ned to carefully worded
meeches concerning the German-
ieishsit....tion-speeches that will
IK lone In the annals of Jewish
totory The speeches were delivered
bv Judge Joseph N. Ulman. Jacob Hadassan_ Jacob H. Kaplan for
Epstein. Dr. Harry Priedenwald and
s.n:on E. Sobeloff. United States
district attorney for Maryland, at
lie meeting of the Baltimore branch
i the American Jewish congress,
Seld at the Southern hotel on
Thursday of this week.
The meeting was presided over by
Mr Sobeloff. president of the local
branch, of which Dr. Friedenwald is
honorary president.
"Because I Am a Jew"
MIAMI. I LOR1DA. MAY 26, 1953.
Price Five Cents
Junior Ha rid the Hebrew-
Athletic club will hold their :.:,
joint event at the Roman Poc'.s ca-
sino at Miami Beach. A program of
tic sports has been arranzed
teenth avenue, to discuss ways and
means of sending the junior Macca-
bees orchestra and representatives
to the supreme convention in De-
troit on July 25. Members are work-
< Orthodox)
311 Wmfhington Ave.. Miami Beach
was toast mistress and presented the for the enlertainment of the guests ing to send a delegation in order to
speakers. Greetings to the new offi-
cers were extended on behalf of
their respective organizations by
Mi- Sol Lutzky. president of Senior
Temple Israel Sisterhood. Mrs. So!
Schwartz for the Chesed She! Emi
Sisterhood, Mis. Meyer Schwartz,
president of the Ladies' auxiliary o:
the Jewish Welfare bureau and Mr.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the
Beth David Administration commit-
tee Mis Louis Hayman, on behalf
of the Sisterhood, presented a beau-
tiful traveling bag to the retirin:
president. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, for her
faithful services. Mrs. Cohen re-
Indirectiy. if not directly. Judge sponded In a brief address than!
Hman's powerful address fully 11- j all for the cooperation extended her
tes how the Hitler tragedy has j during the term she served as presi-
>d to the resurrection of the soul of dent. A vote of thanks was extended
who are asked to come in bathing work to obtain the location of a
mes. Refreshments will be 500-room hotel and golf course for
available and every efforts is beiru Miami, it being the proposal of the
made to m oint affair one Maccabees to erect such an institu-
of the outstanding events of Miami's tion somewhere in Florida,
history Mr. Leo Chaikin is chair- Committee workers named are Ed-
man of the joint committee. ..,...,. D. Bacon. C A Avant. George
T. Ma:.::. William Reed. Thomas L
S McCahill. Dr. T
K. Smith. Sam Wiessel. H. S. Brar.-
nen. J. M. Huffman. Charles Walder.
Malcolm B. Wiseheart. O. W. Pitt-
man. Mrs. Pamelia C Mann. Miss
Imo Waldron. Mrs. James Williams
Mrs Katherine Harrison. Miss
Thelma Benton. Mrs. Dahlia Bell,
Mrs Ruth B. Forbeck. Miss Lulu
Lower. Mrs. Thomas L. Elvins. Mrs
T. K. Smith. Miss Miriam Berry.
MiSS Edna Berry. Miss Elizabeth
Friday evenine services besin at
6:30 p.m. and Saturday morning ser-
vices at 9 a.m.. followed by Mincha
services at 6 30 p.m. "Shvuoth" will
be ushered in Tuesday ever.me at
6:30. Wednesday morning at 8:30
a.m. Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m.
with special "Yizkor'' services at 10
a.m. Mr. Philip Liberman, promi-
nent communal worker and presi-
dent of the congregation will be In
charge of the "Shvuoth'' services.
to the arrangements committee con-
::.. ol Mesdames J. Engler. Harry
Olipliant and Louis Hayman.
Artist To Be
Heard In Concert
3* Jew everywhere. The speech
:eads:
Judeo I lman's Address
Mr. President and ladies and gen-
tlemen :
First let me thank your presiding
officer for his pleasant introduction.
I want tn make my position per-
fectly clear. I am not on this plat-
form tonight because I am a liberal.
I am not here because I am an ora-
tor. I am not an orator. I am not
here because I am a judge of the
supreme bench of Baltimore. I am
here for only one reason. I am here
because I am a Jew.
This is the first time in my life
that I have stood before an audi-
ence, it is the first time in my life be assisted by Anna King, violinist,
that I have written anything, said a pupil of Albert T. Foster, and will
anything or done anything simply be accompanied by Eloise Kins Miss
because I am a Jew. Throughout my Greenberg. who has been heard in
> I should have said of myself a number of recitals during the past
'hat I was a Jewish American rath- three years, has been a student of
fr than an American Jew. Yet, to- the University of Miami Conserva-
rauht I 'and before you and begin tory of Music for the past four years
my speech by saying that I am here i and has been under the direction of
tor just one reason: because I am a Hannah Spiro Asher. There \
Jew.
Rabbi Resigns
Local Pulpit
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
tendered his resignation to the of-
ficers and board of the congregation
last week to take effect immeci.
after Shvuoth. The resignation was
accepted with regret.
Rabbi Caplan is a graduate of the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary, where for a long time he
-.ice president of the student
body, and came to Miami about 18
months ago to occupy the pulpit of
I the Miami Jewish Orthodox congre-
1 gation. While here he directed the
activities of the congregation, its
Talmud Torah and Sunday school.
I He was in demand to address many
ot the local organizations because
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform >
13T N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Services will be held tonight at
8:15. Dr. Kaplan has chosen for his
subject "Unity in Israel.'' The sub-
ject to be discussed in this lecture
is "Is it true that the unifying force
in Religions. Economics. Nations
and Humanity is Theodore Roose-
velt's Big Stick?"
Saturdav morning at 10 o'clock
Lupperger. Miss Margaret Kelly and there will be a rehearsal for all chil-
Miss Betty Searing. dren taking part in closing exercises.
These will handle ways and Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
means, transportation, entertain- closing exercises of the Religious
ment and publicity for the junior school will be held in Kaplan hall
Maccabee state convention in Miami to which all members are invited.
June 9 and 10.
Miami candidates for page at the
supreme convention to represent
Florida are Elsa M. Baumberger.
Nova M. Lee. Nelma Carrrpbe:;.
Viola Bowers and John Waters.
Mist Mildred Greenberg, well-
known Miami pianiste who will re- of his ability as an interesting and
ceive her bachelor in music degree able speaker. Last week he was the
from the University of Miami next ?uest speaker at the Beth Jacob con- a 1 pi ppj-^
month will give her final senior re- gregation. Miami Beach. rtUAlUOl
cital next Wednesday evening. May Rabbi Caplan will leave for Mont-
31. at the University Recital hall on real. Can., to join Mrs. Caplan for
N E. Second avenue and Fourteenth a much-needed vacation after which
street, beginning at 8 p.m. She will he will announce his plans for the
future. He will deliver his farewell
address at the Yiskor services next
Thursday morning.
Tuesday evening. May 30. at 8 o'-
clock will be Confirmation services
but instead of the Confirmation
class this year, a most enjoyable
program has been arranged to be
presented by the children of the en-
tire Sunday school.
New President
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(ConservatiTe)
11 N. W". Third Avenu*
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
What has happened to bring about
I 'hat change? A thing has happened
'hat makes the blood run through
nj reins with a turbulent violence
'hat has shaken me loose from what
I thoucht, were firm foundations
Jiat would stand unshaken through-
out my i ntire life. One of the great
nations of the earth, a nation that
I have loved and admired, a nation
no admission charge and the public
is invited to attend.
Junior Hadassah
Elects Officers
At a meeting held Monday evening j
at the Ponce de Leon hotel following
an interesting address on the lm-
'hat has stood in my mind for some Dortance of the Jewish National
Benefit Bridge
Is Sponsored
-------- The usual Friday services begin at
An important meeting of the Lad- 6:30 with the late services at 8:15
when Rabbi Shapiro will preach a
sermon on "Will Judaism Survive?"
This will be the final late Friday-
evening service of the season. Sat-
urday morning services begin at 8:30
followed by Mincha at 6:30 p. m.
"Shvuoth" services will begin Tues-
dav evening at 6:30. Wednesday
ies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation was held last
Tuesday night at the synagogue
when Mrs. Jack Hirsch was unani-
mously chosen president of the or-
ganization. Mrs Milton Weiner was
elected recording secretary. To serve
on the board of directors the follow-
-------- ing were elected: Mrs. Ida Buck- morning services begin at 8:30 a.m.
Junior Hadassah is sponsoring a stein Mrs j j^^j shochet. Mrs. Thursday morning services begin at
benefit bridge at home of its recent- Max Kupferstein. Mrs. Morris Kot- 8.30 with Yizkor" services becin-
ly elected president. Jennie H. Rot- kin Mr<. William Mechlowitz. Mrs. nmg at in a.m. preceded by the
fort. 1375 N. W. First street, corner Max Rappaport. Mrs. Nathan Rabbi's sermon in English on "Is
of Fourteenth avenue. Sunday eve- Abrarnson and Mrs. Charles Tan- Religion Failing?" Sunday evening,
ning. May 28. beginning at 8 o'clock. nenbaum. The officers will be in- jlme 4. the confirmation exercises
Prizes will be awarded for high staiie scores and refreshments will be held jn June
served. In order to popularize the ____________
Havman will chant at all services.
und bv Miss Hanna Mack. Mrs.
Veeda Cromer presented the report
of the nominating committee and
officers then elected were: Mrs.
Jennie H. Rotfort. president; Bede
, Goldenblank. first vice president:
' the finest achievements of civili-
zation, has elected a government
'hat has turned back the clock of
time for hundreds of years and has
launched a systematic, nation-wide,
vicious campaign of Jew-baiting.
Three years ago I spent the summer I Rose sowers, second vice president;
talking over the fields and through Estncr Rosengarten, recording secre-
tarv Sylvia Ray vis. financial secre-
tary': R"th Dubbin, corresponding
affair the small sum of only 25 cents f*\\ \
will be charged. In charge of ar- AtllletlC V_/IUD
rangements is a committee consist-
ing of Jennie H. Rotfort. Sylvia
Miles. Veeda Cromer. Bede Golden-
blank. The public is invited to at- ;
tend.
Elects Officers
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1146 S. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
Fair Practice
Ethics Urged
'he forest paths of Germany. Every-
where 1 met kindly, hospitable Ger- |
man people. Everywhere I met civil- seCretary; Bea Silver, historian. Di-
J-. cultured people. Today, over rectors to se,,e =: WjJ*^ *****
hose same fields and through those Sylvia Miles, Betty Greenberg. Ida
a*"* forest paths there stalks the Conen- Dorothy Brill, Evelyn Solen.
sPectre of black bigotry. That culti- Paui,ne asky. Also serving on the
'Med nation, that civilized nation, i board are the former president. Mrs
has dragged back to life from the Vepda cromer and the retiring
darkest ages of man the unreasoned presldent, Miss Lena Weinkle. The
^tred and rage of the savage and orjicers and board will be installed
15 centering that hatred and that at a ,ormal affair to be held during
(ConUnued on Page Six) \ the latter part of June.
Election for officers of the Hebrew Usual early services will begin to-
Athletic club, which according to a night at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
resolution adopted at its meeting, services will begin at 9 a.m. with
will shortly change its name, re- Mincha services at 6:30. The "Shvu-
sulted in the following being chosen oth" services will be ushered in
to serve for the next year: President. Tuesday evening at 6:45. Wednesday
Murry Grossman: vice president, morning the services will begin at 9
The value of co-operative efforts Jack Apte; treasurer. Nat Blumberg; a.m. when Rabbi Caplan will preach
,nd ethics in merchandising was secretary. Al Reisman: correspond- | in Yiddish. Thursday morning im-
dlscuied yesterday by Dale James Ing secretary. Emanuel Weinkle; |mediately preceding the Yizkor ser-
bureau before sergeant-at-arms. Sol Levine: mem- j vice at 10:30 the Rabbi will preach
Business Men's bership chairman. Leo Chaiken; in English. All desiring to have their
association meeting at Louis' grill, athletic director. Ralph Grossman: departed remembered are urged to
M^r Beach Mr James outlined house chairman. Oscar Argintar. and communicate these names to the
the operations and purposes of the initiation chairman. Robert I. Po.ep. Rabbi prior to Tuesday evening
bureau which he organized recently. These officers will be installed at a On Wednesday morning the Rab-
r e b .reau will serve as final arbi- forma, affair to be held during June, bis subject will be "The Feast of
^ in the censoring of advertise- full details of which will appear in Weeks." On Thursday morning the
m nts in all recognfzeS advertising an early Issue of The Jewish Florid- Rabbi's subject will be "Rejoicmg
media of Miami. to and Mourning.


Pag* Two
THE JEWISH FLOR I PI AN
Friday, May 26, 1
f
1\
Delegates named by the Betii
David congregation. Beth Jacob con-
gregation. Miami Jewish Orthodox
congregation, and the Sisterhood of
Chesed Shel Ernes will choose new
officers from amongst themselves
for the coming year to direct the
affairs Of the Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery association, on Wednes-
day, June 14. at Beth David Talmud
Torah hall.

A meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary
the Jewish Welfare bureau will
be held on June 19 at the home of
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, its president.

Mrs Martha Stone entertained
Friday at the Antilla hotel at a
bridge luncheon. Among those ai-
ding were Mesdames J Green-
-.-.. I. Cohen. Mollie Wasman.
David. M. Weingarten, M.
Schelnberg, Martha stone. Morris
Dubler. Lewis Brown. \|. Rubin. M.
Kahn. Sol Greenfield. J. Richter and
6 ii Inb

pr -i no i : the members
Ol the immediate family and some
rids, Miss Sara Snider, the
r of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Cars Painted
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Excellent Work.
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.JOHN WOLFE
|TH ST. IND ItTH CT.. 8. W.

ARE WE keeping
faith with those who trust us. are
we living up to our obligations if
we risk their future happiness by
ignoring the problems that would
arise for them if, some Jay, we
did not come home?
1 ife Insurance offers the safe and
certain answer. There is no sub-
:e.
' uthern Health & Life Insur-
ance Policy on each one is :-.,.. -
tect the others from
the privation and expen
by the last illness and death.
A few pennies each week is the
total co-:.
Southern Life &
I [ealth Insurance
Company
T. S. Cook. M.r:..
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Flagler Poultry
Market
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Dklrlbnlan "f
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Fancy Live and Dressed Poultry
"No Short Woiitht* \ t III Wait-"
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Mr*, t lira I). Kersey. Prop.
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SPECIAL
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Snider, long-time residents of Coco-
nut Grove, became the bride of Mor-
ris Gott of New York City at a cer-
emony in which Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth David congregation offici-
ated. The ceremony was held at the
home of the bride's parents and fol-
lowing the ceremony a reception was
held with Mr. B. Kirshberg acting
as toastmaster. MiSS Matilda Gross
was maid of honor and Mr. Edward
Hillerman acted as best man. The
couple left for a short world::
immediately after the ceremony and
reception.
Mr. and Mrs M Stein ol this citj
announce the engagement ol
I I Mr. .Too .
.- :: ol \|v and Mrs 1 Sii
oi Miami. Mr. s.
hant oi M
number ol yi ai -

To give CUSl :
need oi tires a: the prison: timi
opportunity to .
ices, Pallot Tire Com-
. 22'' N E B
de-in sali ai
:n addition to exceptionall;
Is In libi ra! al-
lowances for old tii k Palloi
of the firm invites his many friends
to call on him to be convinced of the
extraordinary opportunity offen i
ai this particular time Mr.
In I hi past -' ars has
..... reputa-
:-. for Ii alln
his customers.

N- xi Sunday mornii 3 in-
>ly, Rabb: Max
Shapiro will present prizes to the
w.nners of the athletic conte>:.- at
st Sunday's picnic of the s
-ehool of Beth David, held at Fort
Lauderdale.

he present
tration thi .:.. i -
. : ,' Ish W mi :: '-:.. I
May 30
i::: be

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n
for-
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lee ('ream ()o.
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W I U. r
' 'i St.
PHONE -
Alexander Orr. jr.. one of the lead-
andldates In the race for city
commissioner of Miami, has em-
phatically branded as untrue all ru-
mors to the etleet that he was op-
posed to a reduction in power rates
and that he was allied with power
its against the rights ol the
public. Mr. Orr points to an unblem-
ished record of public service and
i> proof of the fact
that he has always boon fair minded
and worked for the interests Of the
taxpayers. As preside] Dado
,' rax Rl til 'n lie
ors In
. mi ::: which meant th
ds of dollars to tile
axpayer. Ho fav-
lon in power rates to
:: : With I ':.<
carrying out of
ram to relievo distress and
ployment in an economical
platforms
: ..:. mi .
tion promises ft n hap-
::.- friends point
unparalleled record of
riti rion by
thi man and urnc
the citizens want hon-
nomy and ..
in forv its ol Miami
pi jress ol Miami
people.
Murderei I I i
il hi r i
rs : n her.
So what can a ] ward-

Surrounded by m
were
a lone castaway
The kind
:f chap~ .. gii I pan ni ul
about harii And
boys fi >m the out-
side to drop in at the prison for a
week-end. They might fear they
would get no return ticket.
Even should she be tempted, it
really wouldn't be safe for her to
become interested in a prisoner. He
might be up for bigamy. Or Imagine
her embarrassment at learning that
he was serving time for shooting his
sweetheart.
Despite all these dangers, blonde
Betty Orable takes a chance by
Starting B romance with a prisoner
in "Hold Em. Jail." the RKO-Radio
comedy now showing a* the Tivoli
theatre next Sunday and Monday
with Bert Wheeler and Robert
W i Isey m the starring roles. Love,
Us her warden father. Edgar
Kennedy, laughs at locksteps, jeers
at jails, and even applauds her be-
coming some man's ball-f.ncl-iliain
.illy \yhen the hero of the ro-
mance is a handsome star of the
penitentiary football team.
Miss (liable isn't the only one to
find romance In "Hold 'Em. Jail."
Edna May Oliver, who plays the
warden's austere but ticklish sister.
has her light moments of sentiment.
Wheeler and Woolsey are the male
principals m these affairs of the
:.,..: and the love scenes arc sweet
interludes to them from the rough
and tumble business of being mauled
on the gridiron for the glory ol then
up-the-river Alma Mater.
Others In thi east of the comedy
el by the exploits ol a peni-
fOOtball team are Rosco
Ates, Paul! Hurst and a score of
gridiron heroes,
Mrs. Moe Harris, accompanied
her son and daughter, will :c;,
tomorrow for her home in New J
City. They will spend the sumrai i
the mountains and will then retoj
to Miaml t0 occupy their wini
home here.
Mr. Joseph Grecnberg, promlns
merchant and communal worker
this city, will leave today for a cm
bincd business and pleasure trip
New York City. He will return
Miami about June 15.
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kORIDIAN
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1933.
\ l. 6. No. 21.
A Little More
Dis( retion, Please
a a still fresh in the
I rj Jew throughout the
far as persecutors are
-hall remain Jews
| ;on and intermar-
of the fact that
been estranged from
. for years i among
: intellect and achieve-
prcfessional world' are
K to their own people to
. of refuge and content-
:,:. theleas, in our own Mi-
our own Jewish or-
.:. the face of good judg-
ment, ethical concepts, and simple
regard I r -he feeling of their own
I people. <: Uberately and consciously
wn people by disregard-
bich 15 holy and that
| I be respected.
day evening every syna-
gogue section, as well as
world, will be ob-
Shvuoth." the holiday
Jewish people celebrate
Ihegivli :. them of the "Torah."
of that : r which the Jewish people
have been persecuted for years and
een willing to sacrifice
lives to uphold. YET ON
ME NIGHT an organiza-
Of Jewish girls will
I hold
I '
:
I
neetlng, to be followed
: g night by a bridge.
I can we Jews receive
-Jewish neighbors.
. n of our rabbis have
the superintendent of
:. Fisher, and received
: to the suggestion that
Us be excused from tak-
. as on next Wednes-
irsday because of the
: simple self-respect
.-.latter of keeping faith
at. people ... we urge
..anization involved that
A LITTLE MORE DIS-
PLEASE!
More About
German Jewry
nal campaign to raise two
dollars in this country for
)1 the Jews of Germany
inched by the American
Joint Distribution commit-
tee, it i ,, announced today by Felix
burg, honorary- chairman of
.n Jewish Joint Distribu-
tee and Paul Baerwald.
The drive will be known
45 the German Relief campaign of
'he American Jewish Joint Distribu-
'" committee.
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, of the Cen-
nagogue of New York, who
has just returned from G
national chairman of the campaign
Headquarter- are at : Hai
street in New York (
are now being compli
paign offices tor drives to b
in Boston. Philadelphia c.
Baltimore and
within tin
the local quotas : emerger)
funds.
The funds raised by the Oei
Relief can.:
to be administered in G
the assistance of thi
thousand Jews of l by a
committee of prominent German
Jews, cooperating
can Jewish Jo::
mittee. The Berlin offices
Joint Distribution committee are
continuing their work
and unabated, according to a
ment made here today by Rabbi
Wise This organization, it was em-
phasized, now enjoys a stal
to that of the American Red
as a non-politi Ini mational
agency for relief and c :.
assistance. Leaders of the Jo::
ion commitf
that there are no restrictions
sending and distribution
money to Germs
The funds raised I
Relief campaign of the Joint Distri-
bution committee will be used for
three major purposes: the :"-
housing and care cf Jews rendered
.te by economic oppression, re-
lief for professional
and other members of the white col-
lar class, provide aid for the thous-
ands who ally be forced
to leave Germany in order to seek
..ood in other lands,
and the re-education of tl
youth cf 0
selves to a new way of life. The re-
education of the youth will require
the establishment of schools for the
:. children who are prevented
decrees of the Nazi govern-
ment, from attending the German
schools, and who must now be given
Ing to fit them for earning a
livelihood by their hands in the re-
stricted field cf occupation still left
open for them in Oermanj
Mr. Warburg declared that the
national campaign was determined
upon immediately following the re-
turn of Rabbi Jonah B Wise from
Germany a week ago. Rabb;
who is a son of the late Dr. Isaac
M wise and who is nationally-
known for : :eson be:,
the work of the Joint Distribution
cemmittee. went to Germany at the
request of Jewish leaders in Eng-
land and France, as well as of the
[United States, who wxious
I that a personal contact be estab-
lished by a responsible American
! leader with the Jews of Germ,
learn how the United 8
other countries could best render as-
sistance to a stricken people whose
plight had aroused the compassion
w entire world. Studying at
first hand conditions in the Reich.
| conferring with many leaders o: *e
German Jewish community. E>r.
:ound them anxious the:-..
to undertake their own rehabilita-
tion and pleading for the coopera-
tion of the world to achieve this end.
In the tragic plight of the Ger-
man Jews. Rabbi Wise said in a
statement issued simultaneously
with the campaign announcement
have a situation without parallel
! m the long and pitiful history of
1 Jewish persecution, and oppression,
and m history as well of Jew*h
relief. For generations the German
jew* have been self- tataing. and
sustaining their brethren in every
atd Suddenly they find themselves
declasse disinherited, driver, from
Sources of livelihood, their very
Pbyict. existence rendered insecure.
made outcasts in their own land.
Here is a people which is being hu-
: In tl
I
has been
Is its
......
-.
v THE
<"
and
,
:. The
... the
W<
.: goods be .
:
by tl
An
: pted I
Wit
I
: Bt :
il for-
.
... ...
..... rain thi m i
.. so prec:
the Ji living bj
..
there
tted at one-third of I
: tiOD ...
anew. v.
drift Ini iependet
ridden old age. For I.....
The Jews of G
age so rare and so n
a | ._.. place :r. -
| of human here:-::.
! take the leader
regeneration. They asl
the Jews of America
beg for our coopers-:
| to brother. They do not
1 charity only for a
.
dollars decided upon for
paign. by no a
final sum necessi
end. They are going
among thei
selves. Jew- I Englan
andotl
small port: n
T am
nan out;
and generosity such a
never seen before We v..
:.:
v.\. :.:-..
:.:
.'...
:.:
Wh ..
rake fron ''
Dot l -:' :- :
bi
Wh .
Hi it a big si
r-
I -
trimmin
I .
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: wl c0"*'
. .
.:-.-:

but I
titty-kat
lam
I wlsht : wuz :
.'... learning of walls
ique. yet of glass.
I
On 3f stone
Or rings :-. I pass.
Is of my
.
Yet tl '
To i .. ighi bej :. -
Joy. of
em :.- there.
Sot a i to where
;. .ace project -
[1 :- m
Bui a gate
...
: ":ie.
le by side.
andered o'er thi wny lea:
......... .d to me.
: great big
prune.
And :: we are I.....tried socn
You'll by ?ee-
You won't be no dam good to me."
Oh. yea I will, :-.. b ] bee.
Qet me a roc t mi "ea:
Som out of sight.
But you'll know where I am each
.....
to well
.: .". 36.
a
And o
- wild
r>s
^The American Jew.h Joint:: ,
imermit,
uo to this timi raised more
Zmm u assist ^ .
ST Or- ^
the war to b. ShCs
schools, operated loan 31 as a peach.
lands of eastern and Said folks. "She's from
':
Mooi uns
ve.
-.
..ey're
beautil .. bings
'.: K.:.--
don: Kings
>.' .:.-. a man ,;
-
more explainii does
Id has for him
how modi to pa-
lerable fre-
quency.
Son:- '- wife loses
her mil her hus"
band in chunks
We blame cur faults on our an-
. ;. their
ton
The more you stir up a plate of
soup the cooler it becomes and
you'll I way with
some friends.
He who has no inner nobleness
on if he be of noble
wife that you may
'
,>:ed refu-
.. to providing food
r and medical care for ml
of Jewish sufferers from war. pog-
rom and economic catastrophe.
Its officers are: Fel:x M Wai
honorary chairman: Pa::! Baerwald,
-for-
Beach."
I hate to rant or preach
But gl her
got his rheum
grandmamma laid both her
pen that beard of his.
I hate to rant cr preach
Of beauties fron 3each
M. P.: "Didn't you get my letter?
O K Yes Inside it ?aid I was
led. and on the outside It ;a:d
'return in five c
Would-be Crooner "Would you
m? a tenor or a baritone?"
Audience (in unison): "No!"
The man of fight and fury, fire
chairman- Herbert H Lehman, vice Ard -ha:
chairman. guch beautto ,, Idsm merits sharp and
chairman: James V Rose..oei oui ^ trinjrent, speedy and summary fine.
chairman: Marco F. Hellman. as-
sociate treasurer: H. B. L Gold-
stein, comptroller: Jonah B Wise
national chairman of the fur.d-
, committee: Dudley D. Sicher
a powerful mistake
When they dress to do their bathing
in a cold Maine lake.
I Needle is a tailor in Hollywood.
It is something, of course, that he
TouI that beast?"
ve- "That's a razor back hawg.
suh."
Tour--: What's he rubbing him-
raismg cornni"'^. *"1 ---------- it is suurcuiu*. ~. ---------- ------ tnri-
New York city chairman and Joseph has "^fj^ "UT-S stropping hisse.f."
C, Hyman. secretary. mto t e er




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THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Friday, May 26,
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! iRaiMu ^ytiagmj SitUrtin
| Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI %
fr I "under and Dirts-tor. Itudio Synatf.tv of America
: Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida *
SINDAY. MAY 21. 1933.
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"LONG LIFE"
No. 4.
* Vol. II.
ALL living and thinking creatures desire Immortality, in the vernacular,
"No one wants to die." If you don't die. you must be prepared for a
long life. I know, almost everyone will jump at that. You feel that you are
ready to welcome a long life. I wonder if you understand the possible
unpleasant features of a long life.
ONE of the most embarrassing of all contingencies In a long life is tin-
necessity of facing your own actions and their consequences. Hold on:
don't be so eager for it. Did you ever watch a boy throwing stones 01
.snowballs? As soon as he hits something or someone which threatens din
results to him. he darts around a corner or into a hallway. He hides from
the consequences of his acts. Many people go through life doing things
that they would not do ordinarily U they would have to lace the conse-
quences. They believe that they can escape punishment through avoiding
detection entirely, or that tiny may be out ol reach of the avenger when
discovery is made of their derelictions. Because no one has offered con-
clusive proof, in a concrete fashion, of the life after death, many people
are willing to gamble on the chances of punishment In a "hereafter." For
the sake of this discussion we will avoid any such reference
BUT. if you knew that you were to live on and on; if the little boy
throwing the stones or the snowballs had no corner to turn, no hall-
way to dart into, or no fence to hide behind, it would be bad for him. It
he had to remain in the open to submit to capture or. at least, detection
as the culprit, it would govern his actions. He, in the vernacular, "couldn't
get away with it." The same is true of immortality, or of a lorn; life. Our
actions do not die. We do not die. We must live on and on to face thosi
whom we hurt. The evil of our own creation confronts us. That is not such
a happy prospect.
LONG life implies more than thai It Implies the continuation of our
life even where we are not present in the flesh. For example, take
this sermon. I am some fifteen hundred miles away. My voici Is not with
you in the audible plane. But. my thoughts and my words are here tn
influence you. They teach you through the agency ol another's voice You.
in turn, will repeat them to others: tiny, to still others; and I shall live
and be with you all in the repetition ol my thoughts. That is Immorl
of a sort. Were I to have said, in my name, anything that I should not
have said. I am not escaping the consequences because I shall return.
please God. to face you all. That form of retribution is easily demonstrated
to you. That is all within the scope of a long life.
THE rabbis of old have taught that one cannot escape retribution. They
had in mind both this lile and any forms it may take beyond the
grave. We must bear in mind that immortality is equivalent to a long life
in the sense that I have used the term here. My absence from this seem
does not mean that I am outside of reach. I have not placed mysell beyond
the reach of retribution. That is impossible.
ONE of the cravings of Uie thinking mind is for a lonu lite that shall be
of some value. We strive to accomplish something and not to live just
a commonplace life. That is one of the errors ol the human being which
is incompatible with my designating him a "thinking" (nature. In our
efforts to do something that shall lift us out of the "commonplace w<
often violate the plan of life. Not all of us can or should be more than we
are within our own circle. Someone has written:
"A commonplace I/ft." we iay i/> u< sigh.
lint why should be sigh we say?
The commonplace tun in the commonplace sk)
Makes a/> the commonplace day.
I In moon unJ stars an commonplaa things,
And the flower that blooms iind tin bird that wi. .
Hut dark were the world and sad our lit
If the //", rs failed and tin Mm shone not.
And (,oJ, who studies each separate "ml.
Out of commonplace lives makes /// beautiful whole.
LIFE and immortality are assured you and me if we but live the life
that is given us to the best advantage of those with whom we come in
contact. If we spread the sunshine and the music of bird-song as we go
about our daily tasks, we are making ourselves immortal. We earn the
rank of saints. Yes. we can become saintly even during our lives in a
commonplace way. A Sunday school teacher, in one of the Christian
churches, once asked her class to define a saint. The children wrinkled
their foreheads and thought deeply. Little Dickie had a vision ol a Btalned-
glass church window. The background of the window was of dark
that shut out the light. The figure of the saint was of a lighter, trans-
lucent, and almost transparent shade. The rays of the sun penetrated the
figure of the saint, Dickie raised his hand. The teacher called on him
"Teacher." he said, "a saint is someone who lets the sun shine through."
Someone who lets the sunshine through. How true! With that definition,
by a commonplace child, in a commonplace way. it is possible for eai h Ol
us to be saints. Just let the sun shine through you. Pass on the spirit ol
cheer and love to other fellowbeings. So live that you earn immortality in
the hearts of your neighbors. So live. that, should there be no fence to
hide you. no corner to turn, you can still face every human being with a
frank countenance. Long life carries with it the need for anticipating tin
consequences of our acts. Long life and immortality make it essential that
we be able to stand out in the open, fearless and unashamed. If you live
so that you let the sun shine through you have made a saint of yourself.
You have earned immortality. You need not fear a long life. Nothing but
good, the result of your own actions, will ever confront you. May you have
a long life.
Footnotes to
Headlines
BERLINFrau Nelly Nepach, out-
standing woman tennis player ol
Germany, a Jewess, has committed
suicide, presumably because she was
no longer to be permitted to take
part m international tennis matches
as a representative of Germany. No-
body, including herself, knew until
now that Frau Nepach was a Jewess
That's why the shock was too great
lor her to bear. London Brown-
Shirted English followers of Sir Os-
wald Mo-lev. Fascist leader, sold
anti-Semitic leaflets in Piccadilly
Circus and were beaten up as a re-
sult. Brown shirts cannot hope to be
a success m a country where the
dress shirt is de regueur lor gentle-
men. New York "This depression
has taught us how to share whal we
still have with our families and our
neighbors who have even less than
we. These lean years have softened
our hearts. They haw taught us
how to give." From an address de-
livered by Mis. \|. silverman al the
Annual Convention of the United
Synagogue Of America. Really. We
would not think so. looking at the
dismal failure of every relict cam-
paign throughout the country.
Prague All Nazi papers published
m Germany and Austria have been
Barred from admission into Czecho-
slovakia on a new government order.
Bucharest An order has gone
forth from the minister of interior
to all police chiefs In Rumania to
use the strictest measures in sup-
pressing the activities of the Iron
Guard, anti-Semitic youth organiza-
tion founded by Alexander Cuza.
Berlin may not understand it. but
Prague and Bucharest realize that
world public opinion mu.-t be count-
ed with in this age of international
relations, when Isolation leads to
conomic starvation. New York
Attendance at houses, showing Ger-
man films in New York has de-
d from is to 30 per cent, ac-
cording to Cap! Harold Auten. book-
ng agent for German films m the
Jnited States. So movie fans have
.i.iiiis alter all.
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With Famous .1. 15. I'aint
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n't arc Mrvlng n dinner worth a
dollar for IK, Stt-ak. chopa, sen fond.
fried chicken. -......IkimI chicken, hot
roll*. In.in, made pip*, rritl coffee*
We u-i nothinu hut vegetable "il- in
our cooking.
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III. same hull standard* of in-
struction at -ummpr prices. Visitors
welcome
St. Petersburg
Notes
Friday night services at Congrega-
tion Bnal Israel begin at 8 o'clock,
when the rabbi's sermon will be "A
Life in the Desert." Sunday school
classes begin at 10 a.m.. and Hebrew
school classes daily at 4 p.m.
The affiliated branches of Congre-
gation Bnai Israel will give their
annual picnic on June 4. the time
and place to be announced later.
Their thirteenth wedding anniver-
sary wits celebrated by Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Dansky at I heir home on Sun-
day afternoon. May 21. They were
the recipients oi many beautiful
gifts. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld acted as
toastimuter ol the occasion.
Mr. and Mis. Abraham Horowitz
and daughter, of the Horowitz hotel,
left for Hendersonville, N. C.
Radio Synagog
The usual services of I he Radii
SynagOg under I he auspices of Rab-
bi S, M. Machtei, its founder and
director, will be heard ever WIOI3
at 10 o'clock Sunday when the ser-
mon subject will be "Religion in
Business." in addition fo the ser-
mon there will be music, prayers
and scripture reading.
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MIRRORS
W make table lops.
We re-silver old mirrors.
We make new mirrors of any
design.
We make anything and ev-
erything pertaining to mir-
lors and glass.
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6*9 and (II N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-1196
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The Prices arc Lower
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BRISKET, lb. .
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-"SSII't open, .-.:!-,
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Sunday and Monday. May L'--:"i
GreUi Garbo Wallace Been
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djv. M,v 26. 1933.
JHj JE WISH FLORID
AN
rage Five
OCIETY
APPEARING M nil
'III AVI \l I THEATRE
Senior Hadassah will hold Its an-
^1 election of officers for the com-
jg year on Monday. May 29. at the |
cacia club in the Congress build-
at Pm wnen the "^P01"1 of
,he nominating committee will be
-rented. A program has been ar-
nnged and all members are urged
:o attend.

Music plays an important part in
Hetro-Goldwyn Mayor's picturiza-
ion of tl' famous Vicki Baum novel
mdplay "Grand Hotel," which will
...i: Sunday and Monday at
he 7tli Avenue theatre.
Tlirough a novel method of synch-
Bnizati"n Director Edmund Gould-
^ ,.,;. lie action and dia-
ieiie in the drama with atmos-
iheric music, composed by himself
a collaboration with orchestration
ssperts.
Oouldlng, who wrote the music for
Love. Tin Magic Spell Is Every-
vhere" and other numbers, planned
^core to emphasize the
-notional intensity of the scenes
interpret the varying moods
! the action. Particularly effective
music was made in the love
between Greta Garbo and
Mm Barrymore.
The brilliant cast of "Grand Ho-
ClUdea Joan Crawford.
Tallaco Beery and Lionel Barry -
ln Miring roles with Lewis
Sicr.e and Jean Hersholt heading
large .supporting cast.

Mr. and Mrs Sam Tritt are re-
viving congratulations on the birth
I a baby .sun at the Victoria hos-

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Quality Srn ice
1003 8. W. KICaiTII STREET
Phone 3-1419
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th kitty
Laundry Service
('lit otk ironed, wearing apparel
dump and read) to iron.
Httnday, Tucttdav and
Wednesday, 1". Ibi. ..
Thanda) and
Krida>. 20 lbs.
WHITE BELT LAUNDRY
ROSEDALE
Delicatessen
S. W, I1KTII ST.
Wol connected with any
ether firm or bosinesal
I'M; \WTIll\r. IN FOOD
AND DELICATESSEN
Real II..mr Cooked
Jfwbdi Paed Dully
ylbint That's Good"
pital last week. Mother and son are |
doing nicely.

Mr. Harry Leibowitz of Philadel-
phia was the guest of his cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch of this
city, last week and will return to
Miami soon to make his home hi re
Mr. Leibowitz is a prominent com-
munal worker of Philadelphia
?
Plans are now being concluded for
the public meeting of Greater Miami
Jewry to hear a report of the
ol the (' ati r Miami J(
tery association to be held on
Wednesday evening, June 7 at Beth
David Talmud Torah hall. The
meeting will be addressed by a num- i
ber of prominent speakers and plans
trill be formulated lor a
ticipation of all Jews m this ;I-
tion,
.
Senior Hadassah held its annual
donor's tea at the home of Mrs.
Joe Williamson las? Monday after-
noon with more than 40 guest
tending. In charge of arrai
were Mrs. Barney Weinkle. chair-
man, and Mesdames Mannie "'
son. Harry Weinberc. Freda Lutzky
and Joe Williamson. The principal
Kldre.ss of the affair was delivered
by Mrs. M. D. Kirsch. a past pri -.-
dent of the organization, who
on "Women of Today Mr- E
Cromer played a number of violin
elections and Mrs. Annie Laurie
Lee played on the piano.

Working to make the joint Junior
Hadassah and Hebrew Athletic club
swim and dance at the Roman Pools
casino June 4 a success is a commit-
tee of the Junior Hadassah com-
: of Sylvia Rayvis. Charlotte
Kohn. Pauline Lasky. Sylvia Chaun-
cey. Bea Silver and Jennie Rot fort.
Ml members are urged to purchase
heir tickets immediately. The gen-
ral public is invited.

Congratulations are being received
..-. Mr and Mrs. S. P. Kreigsman of
i Beach upon the birth of a
iaby boy, whos bit- -aa- held last
Friday at the Jackson Memorial
pital.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport were
., of honor at a l
party last
ddlng
rsary. Mrs S
H. Mechlov
,nd enjoyed a v
r delicious it:
. d at a late hour
of honor were the
ol a large number oi

Leona Dublcr. the
;;; "^
-DODDYPIESJ
Joan ( r.iufnrd
hter of Mr. and M Max Dub-
o underwent an operation re-
al '.'. .. con-
:ng.
...
: ...:.
:.sored by Junior Ha-

at the Tr< ngle garde:
'. -
nts :: .:. rgi of a com:..
headed bv Ml -
man.
...
In \;: lection
:. .-.- a :r.ember of the city
: ':
record not only as a pio-
: communal worker.
It; mayor, as
iber of
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organization will be acted on. as will
action to refrain from all but edu-
-s on Friday night.
Saturdays and all Jewish holidays.

John K. Clemmer, better known
as Doc'' to his host of friends
throughout Miami and Florida is
- a vigorous campaign for
election to the city commission of
. Campaigning on a plat
of economy in government, effi-
ciency in every department without
fear or favor, he is pledged to such
action as is necessary to insure a re-
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good cf all A resident of Miami for
more than 11 years he has sen
head of the Mahi Shrine I
member of the State Board of Phar-
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by druggists in Florida as well as
nationally. In urging his election.
"Doc'" Clemmer's friends urged upon
the voters that the city of Miami
needs a man of practical affairs and
not merely theorists in order to lift
the city out of its present condition.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Friday, Mai
I
Because I am
A Jew
[Continued from Pace One]
APPEARING AT THE
TIVOLl THEATRE
rage upon 600,000 of its own best cit-
izens. That nation is doing this un-
thinkable thing because those 600,-
000 men, women and children are
Jews. That is why I stand here to-
night and talk to you. That is why
1 talk to you as I do: because I am
a Jew.
I shall leave to others and to the
printed page the details of this
black chapter of history. It is un-
necessary to consider here this or
that particular report. The individ-
ual instances of violence and oppres-
sion are not at the moment our par-
amount, concern. What is of supreme
importance is to realize the deliber-
ate and systematic policy not a
scries of sporadic acts of individuals,
but a governmental policy to humil-
iate a cultured group that has justly
enjoyed the admiration of the
world: a policy to deprive them of
their legal rights and civil status;
to rob them of their economic posi-
tion and means of livelihood; in a
word, a policy to accomplish their
complete extermination. This is pol-
icy declared and in process of exe-
cution by the Hitler government
against the Jews in Germany.
I shall confine myself absolutely
to the present German government's
own statement of its acts and its
policies in dealing with the 600.000
Jews who live in Germany.
What does the German govern-
ment say about what it has done
and what it is doing? This is what
it says and this is what it does:
The German government says to
German merchants: "You may be
good citizens and deal fairly in the
marts of trade. But you are Jews.
Shut up your shops."
The German government says to
German lawyers: "You may be able
men and honest practitioners. But
you are Jews. You shall not practice
law."
The German government says to
German doctors: "You are physi-
cians of great attainments. You
have won the esteem of the scienti-
fic world. But you are Jews. You
shall not heal the sick."
The German government says to
German judges: "You may be wise
men and just judges. But you are
Jews. You shall not sit in the seat
of judgment."
Similar decrees have been issued
against men of letters known and
reap* ted by every reader in Amer-
ica men like Wasserman. Feucht-
wanger and Ludwig; against musical
composers and conductors who have
added to scientists of great renown.
even against that genius acclaimed
by mankind everywhere Einstein
himself only because they are
Jews!
Not against the living only is this
fury directed; the dead are not im-
mune. Hundreds of Jewish cemeter-
ies and thousands of Jewish graves
have been desecrated. Not only has
the government failed to prosecute
the offenders but its principal offi-
cials actually incite the mobs to acts
of violence. In numerous public ad-
dresses the following exhortation
was given by Herrman Goering, a
responsible minister of the Hitler
government:
"When you have a Jew's head
under your heel, press down upon
Wheeler and Woolsey.
What Shall We Do?
What are we going to do about it?
When I say "we" I mean what are
we Jews in America going to do
about it? For it is our duty to act.
It won't do for us to sit back and
wait for the evil to cure itself. It
won't do for us to remain idle and
patiently wait for things to happen.
Public opinion will not be crystal-
ized until we Jews ourselves awake
and make the world realize the full
measure of the outrage.
A public meeting is no place in
' which to look for a detailed answer.
; On other occasions American pres-
idents have acted in behalf of Jews
in foreign lands. I need not remind
you that when the government of
Imperial Russia massacred the Jews
in Kishineff in 1903, another Presi-
dent Roosevelt courageously inter-
vened. It was on the just demand of
American Jews that America finally
withdrew her ambassador and said
to Imperial Russia that it was a
nation outside the pale of civiliza-
tion. For my part. I have full confi-
dence in the wisdom and the sound
judgment of the president of the
United States, and I believe that he
will welcome a thoughtful message
from the Jews of his and their
America.
Four Million Jews Must I'nite
Therefore I say there is something
to do, something to do right now.
something that we Jews can do and
ought to do. There are 4.000,000 ol
us in the United States! What we
can do and what we ought to do is
to speak out 4.000,000 strong, witli
one single voice. I wish that tonight
my feeble voice was a voice of brass,
that my lungs were lungs of leather,
that I could shout loud enough for
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every one of the 4,000.000 Jews in
America to hear me say Just this:
"The time has come, fellow Jews,
for all of us, whether we are Ger-
man Jews or Russian Jews or Ru-
manian Jews, whether we are or-
thodox Jews or reformed Jews or
diluted Jews, or even if we are Jews
only by the Hitler definition Jews
because we have one Jewish grand-
parentthe time has come for us
to band together and to say together
in one ringing voice to the govern-
ment of the United States: 'We pe-
tition the government of this our
United States, we petition the very
great man who is the president of
our United States, to restore at once
the honored tradition of America as
a haven of refuge to fugitives from
religious and racial persecution
and by that act to make known to
the government of Germany that as
long as it persists in its diabolical
treatment of 600.000 of Its own best
Citizens because they are Jews, that
just so long the government of the
United States will refuse to regard
the government of Germany as a
respectable member of the family of
nations1." This we ought to say. Four
million 01 us ougnt to say it. ought
to shout it aloud because we are
men, because we are Americans
BECAUSE WE ARE JEWS.
Dolores Del Viso, who has been
attaining quite an enviable reputa-
tion for her dancing, guitar playing
and singing in Miami recently at a
number of night clubs, is none other
than the popular Jewish girl, Fran-
ces Kane. She has been receiving
much applause and commendation
for the excellent entertainment she
has been furnishing.

As we go to press the benefit
bridge being sponsored by the Wom-
an's club of the W. C. for the ben-
efit of the Jewish sufferers of the
Hitler persecutions in Germany is
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wJewisti floridlar? FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Ladies Install Gala Joint Event Macabees To Try t • • Of ficers Tuesday Is Planned Here For Nat'l Home I Announcements! — — I i Mrs. Lewis Brown headed the list Ga!a Preparations are being made Tent-hive 22. Macabees. met Tuesof officers and directors of Beth for tne bi & event of the season on day night at the home of Mr. and CONGREGATION BETH JACOB David Sisterhood, who were installed Svmda >' evening. June 4. when the Mrs. A. M Coffin. 1000 N. \V. Sevenin office at a beautiful luncheon last Tuesday at Beth David Talmud Torah hall. Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation offered the invocation and Mrs. Sydney L. Wefntraub Vol. • NBecause I am A Jew_ 77„. followi*i address uas de;,i,. ri ,/ at <• **' massmceting tJkd I" "•''"' l"'" h f or tbe rrlic f ,f German Jews. w overflowing audience of Baltimore Jews representing every walk o'life. U.-ti-ned to carefully worded meeches concerning the Germanieishsit....tion-speeches that will IK lone In the annals of Jewish totory The speeches were delivered b v Judge Joseph N. Ulman. Jacob Hadassan „„! Jacob H. Kaplan for Epstein. Dr. Harry Priedenwald and s n:on E. Sobeloff. United States district attorney for Maryland, at lie meeting of the Baltimore branch i the American Jewish congress, Seld at the Southern hotel on Thursday of this week. The meeting was presided over by Mr Sobeloff. president of the local branch, of which Dr. Friedenwald is honorary president. "Because I Am a Jew" MIAMI. I LOR1DA. MAY 26, 1953. Price Five Cents Junior Ha rid the HebrewAthletic club will hold their :.:, joint event at the Roman Poc'.s casino at Miami Beach. A program of tic sports has been arranzed teenth avenue, to discuss ways and means of sending the junior Maccabees orchestra and representatives to the supreme convention in Detroit on July 25. Members are work< Orthodox) 311 Wmfhington Ave.. Miami Beach was toast mistress and presented the for the enler tainment of the guests ing to send a delegation in order to speakers. Greetings to the new officers were extended on behalf of their respective organizations by MiSol Lutzky. president of Senior Temple Israel Sisterhood. Mrs. So! Schwartz for the Chesed She! Emi Sisterhood, Mis. Meyer Schwartz, president of the Ladies' auxiliary o: the Jewish Welfare bureau and Mr. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the Beth David Administration committee Mis Louis Hayman, on behalf of the Sisterhood, presented a beautiful traveling bag to the retirin: president. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, for her faithful services. Mrs. Cohen reIndirectiy. if not directly. Judge sponded In a brief address than! Hman's powerful address fully 11j all for the cooperation extended her tes how the Hitler tragedy has j during the term she served as presi>d to the resurrection of the soul of dent. A vote of thanks was extended who are asked to come in bathing work to obtain the location of a mes. Refreshments will be 500-room hotel and golf course for available and every efforts is beiru Miami, it being the proposal of the made to m oint affair one Maccabees to erect such an instituof the outstanding events of Miami's tion somewhere in Florida, history Mr. Leo Chaikin is chairCommittee workers named are Edman of the joint committee. ..,...,. D Bacon. C A Avant. George T. Ma:.::. William Reed. Thomas L S McCahill. Dr. T K. Smith. Sam Wiessel. H. S. Brar.nen. J. M. Huffman. Charles Walder. Malcolm B. Wiseheart. O. W. Pittman. Mrs. Pamelia C Mann. Miss Imo Waldron. Mrs. James Williams Mrs Katherine Harrison. Miss Thelma Benton. Mrs. Dahlia Bell, Mrs Ruth B. Forbeck. Miss Lulu Lower. Mrs. Thomas L. Elvins. Mrs T. K. Smith. Miss Miriam Berry. MiSS Edna Berry. Miss Elizabeth Friday evenine services besin at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.. followed by Mincha services at 6 30 p.m. "Shvuoth" will be ushered in Tuesday ever.me at 6:30. Wednesday morning at 8:30 a.m. Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. with special "Yizkor'' services at 10 a.m. Mr. Philip Liberman, prominent communal worker and president of the congregation will be In charge of the "Shvuoth'' services. to the arrangements committee con•::.. ol Mesdames J. Engler. Harry Olipliant and Louis Hayman. Artist To Be Heard In Concert 3* Jew everywhere. The speech :eads: Judeo I lman's Address Mr. President and ladies and gentlemen : First let me thank your presiding officer for his pleasant introduction. I want tn make my position perfectly clear. I am not on this platform tonight because I am a liberal. I am not here because I am an orator. I am not an orator. I am not here because I am a judge of the supreme bench of Baltimore. I am here for only one reason. I am here because I am a Jew. This is the first time in my life that I have stood before an audience, it is the first time in my life be assisted by Anna King, violinist, that I have written anything, said a pupil of Albert T. Foster, and will anything or done anything simply be accompanied by Eloise Kins Miss because I am a Jew. Throughout my Greenberg. who has been heard in > I should have said of myself a number of recitals during the past 'hat I was a Jewish American raththree years, has been a student of fr than an American Jew. Yet, tothe University of Miami Conservarauht I 'and before you and begin tory of Music for the past four years my speech by saying that I am here i and has been under the direction of tor just one reason: because I am a Hannah Spiro Asher. There \ Jew. Rabbi Resigns Local Pulpit Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation tendered his resignation to the officers and board of the congregation last week to take effect immeci. after Shvuoth. The resignation was accepted with regret. Rabbi Caplan is a graduate of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, where for a long time he -.ice president of the student body, and came to Miami about 18 months ago to occupy the pulpit of I the Miami Jewish Orthodox congre1 gation. While here he directed the activities of the congregation, its Talmud Torah and Sunday school. I He was in demand to address many ot the local organizations because TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform > 13T N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi Services will be held tonight at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan has chosen for his subject "Unity in Israel.'' The subject to be discussed in this lecture is "Is it true that the unifying force in Religions. Economics. Nations and Humanity is Theodore Roosevelt's Big Stick?" Saturdav morning at 10 o'clock Lupperger. Miss Margaret Kelly and there will be a rehearsal for all chilMiss Betty Searing. dren taking part in closing exercises. These will handle ways and Sunday morning at 10 o'clock means, transportation, entertainclosing exercises of the Religious ment and publicity for the junior school will be held in Kaplan hall Maccabee state convention in Miami to which all members are invited. June 9 and 10. Miami candidates for page at the supreme convention to represent Florida are Elsa M. Baumberger. Nova M. Lee. Nelma Carrrpbe:;. Viola Bowers and John Waters. Mist Mildred Greenberg, wellknown Miami pianiste who will reof his ability as an interesting and ceive her bachelor in music degree able speaker. Last week he was the from the University of Miami next ?ue st speaker at the Beth Jacob conA • 1 • pi ppj-^ month will give her final senior regregation. Miami Beach. rtUAlUOl cital next Wednesday evening. May Rabbi Caplan will leave for Mont31. at the University Recital hall on real. Can., to join Mrs. Caplan for N E. Second avenue and Fourteenth a much-needed vacation after which street, beginning at 8 p.m. She will he will announce his plans for the future. He will deliver his farewell address at the Yiskor services next Thursday morning. Tuesday evening. May 30. at 8 o'clock will be Confirmation services but instead of the Confirmation class this year, a most enjoyable program has been arranged to be presented by the children of the entire Sunday school. New President BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (ConservatiTe) 11 N. W". Third Avenu* MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi What has happened to bring about I 'hat change? A thing has happened 'hat makes the blood run through nj reins with a turbulent violence 'hat has shaken me loose from what I thoucht, were firm foundations Jiat would stand unshaken throughout my i ntire life. One of the great nations of the earth, a nation that I have loved and admired, a nation no admission charge and the public is invited to attend. Junior Hadassah Elects Officers At a meeting held Monday evening j at the Ponce de Leon hotel following an interesting address on the lm'hat has stood in my mind for some Dor tance of the Jewish National Benefit Bridge Is Sponsored The usual Friday services begin at An important meeting of the Lad6:30 with the late services at 8:15 when Rabbi Shapiro will preach a sermon on "Will Judaism Survive?" This will be the final late Fridayevening service of the season. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 followed by Mincha at 6:30 p. m. "Shvuoth" services will begin Tuesdav evening at 6:30. Wednesday ies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation was held last Tuesday night at the synagogue when Mrs. Jack Hirsch was unanimously chosen president of the organization. Mrs Milton Weiner was elected recording secretary. To serve on the board of directors the following were elected: Mrs. Ida Buckmorning services begin at 8:30 a.m. Junior Hadassah is sponsoring a stein Mrs j J^^J shochet. Mrs. Thursday morning services begin at benefit bridge at home of its recentMax Kupferstein. Mrs. Morris Kot8 30 with Yizkor" services becinly elected president. Jennie H. Rotkin Mr <. William Mechlowitz. Mrs. nmg at in a.m. preceded by the fort. 1375 N. W. First street, corner Max Rappaport. Mrs. Nathan Ra bbi's sermon in English on "Is of Fourteenth avenue. Sunday eveAbrarn son and Mrs. Charles TanReligion Failing?" Sunday evening, ning. May 28. beginning at 8 o'clock. nen b au m. The officers will be inj lme 4. the confirmation exercises Prizes will be awarded for high sta iie


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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Friday, Mai I Because I am A Jew [Continued from Pace One] APPEARING AT THE TIVOLl THEATRE rage upon 600,000 of its own best citizens. That nation is doing this unthinkable thing because those 600,000 men, women and children are Jews. That is why I stand here tonight and talk to you. That is why 1 talk to you as I do: because I am a Jew. I shall leave to others and to the printed page the details of this black chapter of history. It is unnecessary to consider here this or that particular report. The individual instances of violence and oppression are not at the moment our paramount, concern. What is of supreme importance is to realize the deliberate and systematic policy — not a scries of sporadic acts of individuals, but a governmental policy to humiliate a cultured group that has justly enjoyed the admiration of the world: a policy to deprive them of their legal rights and civil status; to rob them of their economic position and means of livelihood; in a word, a policy to accomplish their complete extermination. This is policy declared and in process of execution by the Hitler government against the Jews in Germany. I shall confine myself absolutely to the present German government's own statement of its acts and its policies in dealing with the 600.000 Jews who live in Germany. What does the German government say about what it has done and what it is doing? This is what it says and this is what it does: The German government says to German merchants: "You may be good citizens and deal fairly in the marts of trade. But you are Jews. Shut up your shops." The German government says to German lawyers: "You may be able men and honest practitioners. But you are Jews. You shall not practice law." The German government says to German doctors: "You are physicians of great attainments. You have won the esteem of the scientific world. But you are Jews. You shall not heal the sick." The German government says to German judges: "You may be wise men and just judges. But you are Jews. You shall not sit in the seat of judgment." Similar decrees have been issued against men of letters known and reap* ted by every reader in America — men like Wasserman. Feuchtwanger and Ludwig; against musical composers and conductors who have added to scientists of great renown. even against that genius acclaimed by mankind everywhere — Einstein himself— only because they are Jews! Not against the living only is this fury directed; the dead are not immune. Hundreds of Jewish cemeteries and thousands of Jewish graves have been desecrated. Not only has the government failed to prosecute the offenders but its principal officials actually incite the mobs to acts of violence. In numerous public addresses the following exhortation was given by Herrman Goering, a responsible minister of the Hitler government: "When you have a Jew's head under your heel, press down upon Wheeler and Woolsey. What Shall We Do? What are we going to do about it? When I say "we" I mean what are we Jews in America going to do about it? For it is our duty to act. It won't do for us to sit back and wait for the evil to cure itself. It won't do for us to remain idle and patiently wait for things to happen. Public opinion will not be crystalized until we Jews ourselves awake and make the world realize the full measure of the outrage. A public meeting is no place in which to look for a detailed answer. ; On other occasions American presidents have acted in behalf of Jews in foreign lands. I need not remind you that when the government of Imperial Russia massacred the Jews in Kishineff in 1903, another President Roosevelt courageously intervened. It was on the just demand of American Jews that America finally withdrew her ambassador and said to Imperial Russia that it was a nation outside the pale of civilization. For my part. I have full confidence in the wisdom and the sound judgment of the president of the United States, and I believe that he will welcome a thoughtful message from the Jews of his and their America. Four Million Jews Must I'nite Therefore I say there is something to do, something to do right now. something that we Jews can do and ought to do. There are 4.000,000 ol us in the United States! What we can do and what we ought to do is to speak out 4.000,000 strong, witli one single voice. I wish that tonight my feeble voice was a voice of brass, that my lungs were lungs of leather, that I could shout loud enough for GARTER FUNHRAL SERVICE 5U WEST KI.AfiI.ER STREET PHONES 2-M2I— 2-8422 MITCHELL JACOBY, Experienced Jewstb Attendant in Charge every one of the 4,000.000 Jews in America to hear me say Just this: "The time has come, fellow Jews, for all of us, whether we are German Jews or Russian Jews or Rumanian Jews, whether we are orthodox Jews or reformed Jews or diluted Jews, or even if we are Jews only by the Hitler definition — Jews because we have one Jewish grandparent—the time has come for us to band together and to say together in one ringing voice to the government of the United States: 'We petition the government of this our United States, we petition the very great man who is the president of our United States, to restore at once the honored tradition of America as a haven of refuge to fugitives from religious and racial persecution — and by that act to make known to the government of Germany that as long as it persists in its diabolical treatment of 600.000 of Its own best Citizens because they are Jews, that just so long the government of the United States will refuse to regard the government of Germany as a respectable member of the family of nations 1 ." This we ought to say. Four million 01 us ougnt to say it. ought to shout it aloud — because we are men, because we are Americans — BECAUSE WE ARE JEWS. Dolores Del Viso, who has been attaining quite an enviable reputation for her dancing, guitar playing and singing in Miami recently at a number of night clubs, is none other than the popular Jewish girl, Frances Kane. She has been receiving much applause and commendation for the excellent entertainment she has been furnishing. • • • As we go to press the benefit bridge being sponsored by the Woman's club of the W. C. for the benefit of the Jewish sufferers of the Hitler persecutions in Germany is being held at the community centre of the Hebrew Athletic club. Quite a large crowd is in att< the funds will be forwa Joint Distribution comn mittance to Germany. BEAU ARTS CAFE The First and lie Draught Beer in Our Beer is Made Bavarian Hops ;ir Barley Grain Absolutely None Bi Large Size Glass Ladies Invited 155 N. E. 1st! 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affinal r I Page lour THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Friday, May 26, 19 Ji •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •> •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• iRaiMu ^ytiagmj SitUrtin | Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI % •fr I "under and Dirts-tor. Itudio Synatf.tv of America %  : %  SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA SINDAY. MAY 21. 1933. &f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f&f&f •:• &f&f &f •: "LONG LIFE" No. 4. Vol. II. A LL living and thinking creatures desire Immortality, in the vernacular, "No one wants to die." If you don't die. you must be prepared for a long life. I know, almost everyone will jump at that. You feel that you are ready to welcome a long life. I wonder if you understand the possible unpleasant features of a long life. O NE of the most embarrassing of all contingencies In a long life is tinnecessity of facing your own actions and their consequences. Hold on: don't be so eager for it. Did you ever watch a boy throwing stones 01 .snowballs? As soon as he hits something or someone which threatens din results to him. he darts around a corner or into a hallway. He hides from the consequences of his acts. Many people go through life doing things that they would not do ordinarily U they would have to lace the consequences. They believe that they can escape punishment through avoiding detection entirely, or that tiny may be out ol reach of the avenger when discovery is made of their derelictions. Because no one has offered conclusive proof, in a concrete fashion, of the life after death, many people are willing to gamble on the chances of punishment In a "hereafter." For the sake of this discussion we will avoid any such reference B UT. if you knew that you were to live on and on; if the little boy throwing the stones or the snowballs had no corner to turn, no hallway to dart into, or no fence to hide behind, it would be bad for him. It he had to remain in the open to submit to capture or. at least, detection as the culprit, it would govern his actions. He, in the vernacular, "couldn't get away with it." The same is true of immortality, or of a lorn; life. Our actions do not die. We do not die. We must live on and on to face thosi whom we hurt. The evil of our own creation confronts us. That is not such a happy prospect. L ONG life implies more than thai It Implies the continuation of our life even where we are not present in the flesh. For example, take this sermon. I am some fifteen hundred miles away. My voici Is not with you in the audible plane. But. my thoughts and my words are here tn influence you. They teach you through the agency ol another's voice You. in turn, will repeat them to others: tiny, to still others; and I shall live and be with you all in the repetition ol my thoughts. That is Immorl of a sort. Were I to have said, in my name, anything that I should not have said. I am not escaping the consequences because I shall return. please God. to face you all. That form of retribution is easily demonstrated to you. That is all within the scope of a long life. T HE rabbis of old have taught that one cannot escape retribution. They had in mind both this lile and any forms it may take beyond the grave. We must bear in mind that immortality is equivalent to a long life in the sense that I have used the term here. My absence from this seem does not mean that I am outside of reach. I have not placed mysell beyond the reach of retribution. That is impossible. O NE of the cravings of Uie thinking mind is for a lonu lite that shall be of some value. We strive to accomplish something and not to live just a commonplace life. That is one of the errors ol the human being which is incompatible with my designating him a "thinking" (nature. In our efforts to do something that shall lift us out of the "commonplace w< often violate the plan of life. Not all of us can or should be more than we are within our own circle. Someone has written: "A commonplace I/ft." we iay i/> u< sigh. lint why should be sigh •• we say? The commonplace tun in the commonplace sk) Makes a /> the commonplace day. I In moon unJ stars an commonplaa things, And the flower that blooms iind tin bird that wi. Hut dark were the world and sad our lit If the //", rs failed and tin Mm shone not. And (,oJ, who studies each separate "ml. Out of commonplace lives makes ///• beautiful whole. L IFE and immortality are assured you and me if we but live the life that is given us to the best advantage of those with whom we come in contact. If we spread the sunshine and the music of bird-song as we go about our daily tasks, we are making ourselves immortal. We earn the rank of saints. Yes. we can become saintly even during our lives in a commonplace way. A Sunday school teacher, in one of the Christian churches, once asked her class to define a saint. The children wrinkled their foreheads and thought deeply. Little Dickie had a vision ol a Btalnedglass church window. The background of the window was of dark that shut out the light. The figure of the saint was of a lighter, translucent, and almost transparent shade. The rays of the sun penetrated the figure of the saint, Dickie raised his hand. The teacher called on him "Teacher." he said, "a saint is someone who lets the sun shine through." Someone who lets the sunshine through. How true! With that definition, by a commonplace child, in a commonplace way. it is possible for eai h Ol us to be saints. Just let the sun shine through you. Pass on the spirit ol cheer and love to other fellowbeings. So live that you earn immortality in the hearts of your neighbors. So live. that, should there be no fence to hide you. no corner to turn, you can still face every human being with a frank countenance. Long life carries with it the need for anticipating tin consequences of our acts. Long life and immortality make it essential that we be able to stand out in the open, fearless and unashamed. If you live so that you let the sun shine through you have made a saint of yourself. You have earned immortality. You need not fear a long life. Nothing but good, the result of your own actions, will ever confront you. May you have a long life. Footnotes to Headlines BERLIN—Frau Nelly Nepach, outstanding woman tennis player ol Germany, a Jewess, has committed suicide, presumably because she was no longer to be permitted to take part m international tennis matches as a representative of Germany. Nobody, including herself, knew until now that Frau Nepach was a Jewess That's why the shock was too great lor her to bear. London BrownShirted English followers of Sir Oswald Mo-lev. Fascist leader, sold anti-Semitic leaflets in Piccadilly Circus and were beaten up as a result. Brown shirts cannot hope to be a success m a country where the dress shirt is de regueur lor gentlemen. New York — "This depression has taught us how to share whal we still have with our families and our neighbors who have even less than we. These lean years have softened our hearts. They haw taught us how to give." From an address delivered by Mis. \|. silverman al the Annual Convention of the United Synagogue Of America. Really. We would not think so. looking at the dismal failure of every relict campaign throughout the country. Prague —All Nazi papers published m Germany and Austria have been Barred from admission into Czechoslovakia on a new government order. Bucharest — An order has gone forth from the minister of interior to all police chiefs In Rumania to use the strictest measures in suppressing the activities of the Iron Guard, anti-Semitic youth organization founded by Alexander Cuza. Berlin may not understand it. but Prague and Bucharest realize that world public opinion mu.-t be counted with in this age of international relations, when Isolation leads to conomic starvation. New York Attendance at houses, showing German films in New York has ded from is to 30 per cent, according to Cap! Harold Auten. bookng agent for German films m the Jnited States. So movie fans have .i.iiiis alter all. ONLY $10 Your car painted to look like new With Famous .1. 15. I'aint Guaranteed One Year J. B. PAINT GO. -.11 N. MIAMI AVK. n't arc Mrvlng n dinner worth a dollar for IK, Stt-ak. chopa, sen fond. fried chicken. IKIMI chicken, hot roll*. In.in, made pip*, rritl coffee* We u-i nothinu hut vegetable "ilin our cooking. Maxwell I louse :'ii: s. w. -ih si. cTiimiiimi Trail) I'honc 2-.-.S22 MIAMI xi AIH:M v < >F ARTS 328 N. K. 2nd Ave. Ptna and Comim-rcial Arl. I.if,, classes. Adult Public Speaking;. Expression. Dramatics. Group and in.li.idunl Inal rurlion. III. same hull standard* of instruction at -ummpr prices. Visitors welcome St. Petersburg Notes Friday night services at Congregation Bnal Israel begin at 8 o'clock, when the rabbi's sermon will be "A Life in the Desert." Sunday school classes begin at 10 a.m.. and Hebrew school classes daily at 4 p.m. The affiliated branches of Congregation Bnai Israel will give their annual picnic on June 4. the time and place to be announced later. Their thirteenth wedding anniversary wits celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dansky at I heir home on Sunday afternoon. May 21. They were the recipients oi many beautiful gifts. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld acted as toastimuter ol the occasion. Mr. and Mis. Abraham Horowitz and daughter, of the Horowitz hotel, left for Hendersonville, N. C. Radio Synagog The usual services of I he Radii SynagOg under I he auspices of Rabbi S, M. Machtei, its founder and director, will be heard ever WIOI3 at 10 o'clock Sunday when the sermon subject will be "Religion in Business." in addition fo the sermon there will be music, prayers and scripture reading. + Dade Mattress Co. Manufacturers and Retailer* MattrssSBS. Km Springs, Pillows and CushionSlerili/inu, Renovating and 1 phnlsterinu FACTORY TO VIM' 1242 N. MIAMI AVENUE TELEPHONE I-I1M •—* I lotel Roberts GARAGE Auhurn and Cord Service Wrecker Ser\ iee Open Day and Niuht OFFICIAL A. A. A. %  hone I-7JM .11 S. W. 1-t St. MIRRORS W make table lops. We re-silver old mirrors. We make new mirrors of any design. We make anything and everything pertaining to mirlors and glass. Miami Mirror & (jlass Works 6*9 and (II N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-1196 FARMERS MEAT MARKET SPEC IALS TinPineal Heats In Miami The Prices arc Lower All Meats Fresh CORNED BEEF BRISKET, lb. LEO OF VEAL Pound SHOULDER OF VEAL, 2 lbs. for BREA8T OF VEAL Pound I Mil 15c 15c 25c l()c Farmers Meat Market :i N. \v. FIFTH BTRBET PROTECT YOl R TITLE WITH A TITLE A TRUST CO TITLE INS! RAN(K POLICY FLORIDA-DADE TITLE CORP. "Title Plants with Forty-eight Years of Service" F;ntire Third Floor Security Building Adult* 2!lr Children l %  i.Km Offlci -"SSII't open, .-.:!-, P.m. 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Pag* Two THE JEWISH FLOR I PI AN Friday, May 26, 1 f 1\ Delegates named by the Betii David congregation. Beth Jacob congregation. Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation, and the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes will choose new officers from amongst themselves for the coming year to direct the affairs Of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association, on Wednesday, June 14. at Beth David Talmud Torah hall. • • • A meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary the Jewish Welfare bureau will be held on June 19 at the home of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, its president. • • • Mrs Martha Stone entertained • Friday at the Antilla hotel at a bridge luncheon. Among those aiding were Mesdames J Green-.-.. I. Cohen. Mollie Wasman. David. M. Weingarten, M. Schelnberg, Martha stone. Morris Dubler. Lewis Brown. \|. Rubin. M. Kahn. Sol Greenfield. J. Richter and 6 ii Inb • • pr -i no i : the members Ol the immediate family and some rids, Miss Sara Snider, the r of Mr. and Mrs. B. Cars Painted By Electricity Excellent Work. only S5.00 ; .JOHN WOLFE |TH ST. IND ItTH CT.. 8. W. ARE WE keeping faith with those who trust us. are we living up to our obligations if we risk their future happiness by ignoring the problems that would arise for them if, some Jay, we did not come home? 1 ife Insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There is no sub:e. uthern Health & Life Insurance Policy on each one is :-.,.. tect the others from the privation and expen by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is the total co-:. SOUTHERN LIFE & I [EALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK. M.r:.. 6|0 R --3I-.9 V ^ ^ v y y Flagler Poultry Market \l ale and R Dklrlbnlan "f Strictly Ir.-Ii Florida Eggs Fancy Live and Dressed Poultry "No Short Woiitht* \ t •III Wait-" in; w. Flatlet Bt Pfc-ww I-S871 HOME si RYU / I AUXDRY Mr*, t lira I). Kersey. Prop. 1 %  ".> S. W. 6th St Phone 2-5651 SPECIAL 20 lbs. Rough Dry. S1.00 Flat Work Finished Snider, long-time residents of Coconut Grove, became the bride of Morris Gott of New York City at a ceremony in which Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David congregation officiated. The ceremony was held at the home of the bride's parents and following the ceremony a reception was held with Mr. B. Kirshberg acting as toastmaster. MiSS Matilda Gross was maid of honor and Mr. Edward Hillerman acted as best man. The couple left for a short world:: immediately after the ceremony and reception. Mr. and Mrs M Stein ol this citj announce the engagement ol %  I I Mr. .Too .:: ol \|v and Mrs 1 Sii oi Miami. Mr. s. hant oi M number ol yi ai • • • To give CUSl : need oi tires a: the prison: timi opportunity to ices, Pallot Tire Com. % %  22 % %  N E B de-in sali ai :n addition to exceptionall; Is %  • In libi ra! allowances for old tii k Palloi of the firm invites his many friends to call on him to be convinced of the extraordinary opportunity offen i ai this particular time Mr. In I hi past -' • % % % %  %  %  • ars has reputa• :-. for • Ii alln his customers. • %  • Nxi Sunday mornii 3 in>ly, Rabb: Max Shapiro will present prizes to the w.nners of the athletic conte>:.at st Sunday's picnic of the s -ehool of Beth David, held at Fort Lauderdale. • %  • • he present tration thi .:.. i : ,' %  %  Ish W mi :: %  : .. I May 30 i::: be %  :-." rs ..:• urgl d I n •• for' : ':'. ... .: SIDEBOTTOM lee ('ream ( ) o. 1424 \ \V. 7th Ave. W I U. %  r %  '• 'i St. PHONE -• Alexander Orr. jr.. one of the leadandldates In the race for city commissioner of Miami, has emphatically branded as untrue all rumors to the etleet that he was opposed to a reduction in power rates and that he was allied with power its against the rights ol the public. Mr. Orr points to an unblemished record of public service and i> proof of the fact that he has always boon fair minded and worked for the interests Of the taxpayers. As preside] Dado ,' rax Rl til 'n lie %  ors In mi ::: which meant th • ds of dollars to tile axpayer. Ho favlon in power rates to :: : With I ':.< carrying out of ram to relievo distress and ployment in an economical platforms : ..:. mi tion promises ft n hap::.friends point unparalleled record of riti rion by thi man and urnc the citizens want honnomy and .. in forv its ol Miami pi jress ol Miami people. Murderei I I %  i %  il hi r i rs : n her. So what can a ] ward%  Surrounded by m • were a lone castaway The kind :f chap~ .. gii I pan ni • %  ul about harii And boys fi >m the outside to drop in at the prison for a week-end. They might fear they would get no return ticket. Even should she be tempted, it really wouldn't be safe for her to become interested in a prisoner. He might be up for bigamy. Or Imagine her embarrassment at learning that he was serving time for shooting his sweetheart. Despite all these dangers, blonde Betty Orable takes a chance by Starting B romance with a prisoner in "Hold Em. Jail." the RKO-Radio comedy now showing a* the Tivoli theatre next Sunday and Monday with Bert Wheeler and Robert W i Isey m the starring roles. Love, Us her warden father. Edgar Kennedy, laughs at locksteps, jeers at jails, and even applauds her becoming some man's ball-f.ncl-iliain .illy \yhen the hero of the romance is a handsome star of the penitentiary football team. Miss (liable isn't the only one to find romance In "Hold 'Em. Jail." Edna May Oliver, who plays the warden's austere but ticklish sister. has her light moments of sentiment. Wheeler and Woolsey are the male principals m these affairs of the :.,..:• and the love scenes arc sweet interludes to them from the rough and tumble business of being mauled on the gridiron for the glory ol then up-the-river Alma Mater. Others In thi east of the comedy %  el by the exploits ol a penifOOtball team are Rosco Ates, Paul! Hurst and a score of %  gridiron heroes, Mrs. Moe Harris, accompanied her son and daughter, will : c; tomorrow for her home in New J City. They will spend the sumrai i the mountains and will then retoj to M iaml t0 occupy their wini home here. Mr. Joseph Grecnberg, promlns merchant and communal worker this city, will leave today for a CM bincd business and pleasure trip New York City. He will return Miami about June 15. King Funeral I Ionic To Serve Humanity Better iip'Tnlcd by FRANK G. McGHAVS WIDOW 29 N. W. .Ird A.c. I'll,ni.-. 2-.1.-.3.-|—2-1621 CHEELY LUMBER CORPORATION UMBER AND r.t II.DIM. MATERIALS 1400 N. W. ITth Ave. Til. Mill SEMINOLE RADIO SHOP I I laolir SI. • PhM* 2-7011 We Specialise in Repairs ANY MAKE RADIO W. S. ( ulpi-ppvr GtO* M<-Kon/ie Announcing .. THE OPENING OF SERVICE GRAIN COMPANY Dtatrlbnl >w <>f PRATT'S QUALITY FEEDS AND REMEDI1 • 12X. u 23 1H ST. CAMP WOIIELO For (this An Ideal \ acation spot for Your Daughter BERTH V BERKOWITCH I.K\ V II" ntr :iiid Ilirr, l,,r I lilda Riesner |s7 s. W. Thirteenth Sir.-,t Ml \M1 III PR| SENTAT1VE For Information Phone 3-2493 BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE ai .. your pocket book! PHONE 3-3681 21 N. W. ilTII ST. Candidate for City Commissioner ALLDRITT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO.| Motor and Generator Winding and Repairing Marine and Magneto Work a Specialty 321 NORTHWEST FIRST AVENUE fc Da y Phone 2-7815 Night Phone 2-0594 Cb J^rJj^.irdJ^n^J2r7jr3r7ira;r^^ SP SPEND Alexander Orr, jr., Inc. § YOUR f VACATION Plumbing and Heating Ml \ Ml BBAI II Ml \MI lh St. l-hont 5-1,16 4.". N. W. Unj Bt. Phone 2-3691 THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA ioiuout HEALTH' •/ I'HuM Miami Hrarh Off lt I rd St. Ilown Town LAUNDRY :NK!AV -!S. I IH-T AVKX1 K Ml \MI. I'l.llKIDA Mrs. Mur Smith Mr-. I.o.ltf Smith. H. N. LA TRECIi Maternity Hospital 1575 N. W. rSeeond Strict Phono 2-:.llili COMPLl I I Beer Equipment Also Doneatrk gtefrlgei*" Geo. Patterson, Inc. MlU RiM-aynr Blvd. Phone l-*M*


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dj v. M,v 26. 1933. JHj JE WISH FLORID AN rage Five OCIETY APPEARING M nil 'III AVI \l I THEATRE Senior Hadassah will hold Its an^1 election of officers for the comj g year on Monday. May 29. at the | %  cacia club in the Congress buildat P m wnen the "^P 01 1 of he nominating committee will be -rented. A program has been arnnged and all members are urged :o attend. • • • Music plays an important part in Hetro-Goldwyn Mayor's picturiza•ion of tl' famous Vicki Baum novel mdplay "Grand Hotel," which will ...i: Sunday and Monday at %  he 7tli Avenue theatre. Tlirough a novel method of synchB nizati"n Director Edmund Gould^ „,.,;. lie action and diaieiie in the drama with atmosiheric music, composed by himself a collaboration with orchestration ssperts. Oouldlng, who wrote the music for Love. Tin Magic Spell Is Everyvhere" and other numbers, planned ^core to emphasize the -notional intensity of the scenes interpret the varying moods the action. Particularly effective music was made in the love between Greta Garbo and Mm Barrymore. The brilliant cast of "Grand HoClUdea Joan Crawford. Tallaco Beery and Lionel Barry ln Miring roles with Lewis Sicr.e and Jean Hersholt heading large .supporting cast. • • • Mr. and Mrs Sam Tritt are reviving congratulations on the birth I a baby .sun at the Victoria hosDade Awning Co. Quality Srn ice 1003 8. W. KICaiTII STREET Phone 3-1419 + TH KITTY Laundry Service ('lit otk ironed, wearing apparel dump and read) to iron. Httnday, Tucttdav and Wednesday, 1". Ibi. .. Thanda) and Krida>. 20 lbs. WHITE BELT LAUNDRY ROSEDALE Delicatessen S. W, I1KTII ST. Wol connected with any ether firm or bosinesal I'M; \WTIll\r. IN FOOD AND DELICATESSEN Real II..mr Cooked Jfwbdi Paed Dully ylbint That's Good" pital last week. Mother and son are | doing nicely. • • • Mr. Harry Leibowitz of Philadelphia was the guest of his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch of this city, last week and will return to Miami soon to make his home hi re Mr. Leibowitz is a prominent communal worker of Philadelphia • &f • Plans are now being concluded for the public meeting of Greater Miami Jewry to hear a report of the ol the (•' %  ati r Miami J( tery association to be held on Wednesday evening, June 7 at Beth David Talmud Torah hall. The meeting will be addressed by a numi ber of prominent speakers and plans trill be formulated lor a ticipation of all Jews m this ;I • %  • tion, • • Senior Hadassah held its annual donor's tea at the home of Mrs. Joe Williamson las? Monday afternoon with more than 40 guest tending. In charge of arrai were Mrs. Barney Weinkle. chairman, and Mesdames Mannie "•'•• son. Harry Weinberc. Freda Lutzky and Joe Williamson. The principal Kldre.ss of the affair was delivered by Mrs. M. D. Kirsch. a past pri -.-• dent of the organization, who on "Women of Today MrE Cromer played a number of violin elections and Mrs. Annie Laurie Lee played on the piano. • • • Working to make the joint Junior Hadassah and Hebrew Athletic club swim and dance at the Roman Pools casino June 4 a success is a committee of the Junior Hadassah com: of Sylvia Rayvis. Charlotte Kohn. Pauline Lasky. Sylvia Chauncey. Bea Silver and Jennie Rot fort. Ml members are urged to purchase heir tickets immediately. The gen•ral public is invited. • • • Congratulations are being received ..-. Mr and Mrs. S. P. Kreigsman of i Beach upon the birth of a iaby boy, whos bit-A aheld last Friday at the Jackson Memorial pital. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport were ., • of honor at a l party last ddlng rsary. Mrs S H. Mechlov ,nd enjoyed a v •r delicious IT: d at a late hour of honor were the ol a large number oi • • • Leona Dublcr. the ;;; %  %  %  %  %  %  %  "^ -DODDYPIESJ Joan ( r.iufnrd hter of Mr. and M Max Dubo underwent an operation real '.'. .. con:ng. ... : %  ..:. :.sored by Junior Ha• at the Tr< ngle garde: '. • nts :: %  .:. rgi of a com:.. headed bv Ml man. ... In \;: lection :. .-.a :r.ember of the city : ': record not only as a pio: communal worker. It; mayor, as iber of .-.-.ed an mInto the operation of city afy few men posse:•; city's ; • ds Its probk:: nan he knows how to appr< lution ..-..:. %  %  ..' '. Sectlve ar.r: ni r He pledges bond problem. • mi at problei i n 2cver:.: program tl ixes. as well Ion of ;•. the of the tax r Mr Wharton came to Miami and %  ^ped Royal Palm ho:::g of imporl i ; "lagler .:. d for the that of it f the Hebrev evening has been postponed because of "Shvuoth" and will be held the following Wednesday. At .the report of the comto change the name of the organization will be acted on. as will action to refrain from all but edu-s on Friday night. Saturdays and all Jewish holidays. • • • John K. Clemmer, better known as Doc'' to his host of friends throughout Miami and Florida is a vigorous campaign for election to the city commission of Campaigning on a plat of economy in government, efficiency in every department without fear or favor, he is pledged to such action as is necessary to insure a re..'.:-. of power ra"telephone and eli Hi one to prove that he is affiliated or pledged to any public utility cominst the public and cord in his business and life is proof of his courage and work for the common good cf all A resident of Miami for more than 11 years he has sen head of the Mahi Shrine I member of the State Board of Pharmacy and has received recognition by druggists in Florida as well as nationally. In urging his election. "Doc'" Clemmer's friends urged upon the voters that the city of Miami needs a man of practical affairs and not merely theorists in order to lift the city out of its present condition. TIVOLI W. Ftarlcr i 6lh Phona 2-SJS2 Sunday. Monday and Tuesday Mi) 2--29-30 WHEELER & WOOLSEY "Hold 'Em Jail" Added : Laurel and Hard> Comedy Trouble of the Nazi kind took place at a nudist banquet in Gerwhere the houi I on a cover cha: FREE FREE GLASS 1, \. SALVIS \ < OMI'WY S Sth St. I" ol %  1.9124 \„!,. and winds* sl;i--. pirlnrt framini. mirr..rand re-allTerins. •ind bloating*. A beautiful premium with the purchaxof six gallons of -.icline for S1.00. Gas fresh from the fields. Oklahoma Gas Station 501 s. W. SKI nM> AVENl'E Soy Bean Bread • ,bl< bi illi (ODD HEALTH BAKING < OMPANY, INC. tis I UurWi SI. • Phone l-Mll "I ,' / Kind K( \ VICTOR RADIOS Id .me Aul" Boat Free Jiff-Saw Puszle t" All \'iting the N" Radios Pan-American Radio, Inc. iny N. B, Ind v>.. Phone I-S*4t RCA Victor Distributor Call 1-M4I f"r Radio Shon 2-.si!.i _. Phones — 2-8192 I tnbulance Service NKW LOCATION GAUTIER Funeral Home %  W PLAOLBS AT EHJIITII AVK. %  %  The Finest Ever BtAed 2 Absolutely Kosher %  *" %  %  S„ld al All Independent %  (;roeer and Soda Fountain. p Made by H I DODDINGTON ; ; BAKERY %  2723 S. W. Eighth Street %  Phone 2-9562 %  : %  %¡ %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  B | BEER Equipment & Supplies i mplete Modern H.G.HALSEY ;13 N. K. I.lih St. Phone MTU I I D I 1 I C 1 %  B E I (INTERNATIONAL I EKTII.I/.ERI PURINA FEED I CRATE MATERIALS a %  SEEDS. INSECTICIDES I DOG FEED I Doolittle Seed & %  Feed Company I 182 N. E. Seventy-ninth Street %  LITTLE RIVER. FLA. Tel. EdRW. 1782 Automobile Storage • Bonded Warehouse SPECIAL RATES FOR SEASON L. A. JONES, Inc. N. K. 20TII ST. IND N MIAMI AVE. + '— I'llliXK 2-6312 Don't Miss the Sale at FRANK RAY i I ote For JOHNK. CLEMMER for City Commissioner I firmly pledge myself to a vi;orou-. positive and unfaltering prosecution of any investigation, litigation or other action now pending or which may become necessary to procure lower rates for all public utilities, including electricity, ;;>-. water and telephone. I hold no brief for any public utility company and defy anyone to submit proof or evidence contrary to Ihls statement. Dr. A. T. Knowles \. w. 17th Art. Phoiu MODERN PET HOSPITAL LatTffS !ncli\ idti.il Hoard ins Kunji Effect.*-* Tick Medicine Sold NICELEY Funeral Home K36 WsthlnStOS A^e.. Miami Bearh PHONE 5-3355 Richard D. Smith SERVICE BTATION • GARAGE MSI S. W. EIGHTH ST. Specialized Service for F'ords and ("hevrolets • +•% 



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^Mav 26, 133. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH kORIDIAN PigeThree rim i B )2 ,,T FRIDAY I ,.„ .... HDIAM PUBLISHING CO. l^nrid. Phone 2-1183 fV riVE OFFICES: [UaiMrt we* ph<,n '•'"' j RIAL OFFICES: vv nu Phon. 2-1183 | ei *• %  I, lOCIS SIIOCHET, Editor I EDAKI I IU"' Ad..rtiini Mmn.ier pK HIT. C irculation M ntr I7~T rlw matter July I. •..• at Miami. FlorUU. „,. PALM BEACH OFFICE Kit-hit, Strrft „ r .. M r.hnirk. Repre*nttit 5r. :ound them anxious the:-.. to undertake their own rehabilitation and pleading for the cooperation of the world to achieve this end. •In the tragic plight of the German Jews. • Rabbi Wise said in a statement issued simultaneously with the campaign announcement •• have a situation without parallel m the long and pitiful history of 1 Jewish persecution, and oppression, and m £ history as well of Jew*h relief. For generations the German jew* have been selftataing. and sustaining their brethren in every atd Suddenly they find themselves declasse disinherited, driver, from Sources of livelihood, their very Pbyict. existence rendered insecure. made outcasts in their own land. Here is a people which is being hu: In tl I has been Is its -. %  •v THE <•" • and %  :. The ... — the W< .: goods be : %  by tl An : pted I Wit I •: Bt : il for. ... ... %  %  rain thi m i .. so prec: the Ji %  •• living bj .. there tted at one-third of I : tiOD ... anew. v. drift Ini iependet ridden old age. For I •The Jews of G age so rare and so n a | ._.. place :r. | of human here:-::. take the leader regeneration. They asl the Jews of America beg for our coopers : | to brother. They do not 1 charity — only for a dollars decided upon for paign. by no a final sum necessi end. They are going among thei selves. JewI Englan andotl small port: n •T am • nan out; and generosity such a never seen before We v.. :.:• %  v.\. :.:-.. :.: %  %  .'... :.: Wh .. %  • rake fron %  %  Dot l %  • % %  : : : bi Wh Hi it a big SI • r I trimmin I %  •. i : wl c0 "*' %  .:-.-: %  • %  but I titty-kat lam I wlsht : wuz : .'... learning of walls ique. yet of glass. I On 3f stone Or rings :-. I pass. Is of my Yet tl To i .. ighi bej :. Joy. of em :.there. Sot a i to where ;. .ace project [1 :m Bui a gate ... : ":ie. le by side. andered o'er thi wny lea: .d to me. : great big prune. And :: we are I t ried socn You'll %  by ? ee You won't be no dam good to me." Oh. yea I will, :-.. %  b ] bee. Qet me a roc t mi "ea: Som out of sight. But you'll know where I am each to well .: .". 36. a And o wild r>s — ^The American Jew.h Joint:: imermit, uo to this timi raised more Zmm u assist ^ ST Or^ the war to b. ShCs schools, operated loan 31 as a peach. lands of eastern and Said folks. "She's from ': Mooi uns ve. -. ..ey're beautil .. bings '.: %  K.:.-don: Kings >.' .:.-. a man ,; more explainii %  does Id has for him how modi to palerable frequency. Son:%  •'%  wife loses her mil her hus band in chunks We blame cur faults on our an. %  ; their ton The more you stir up a plate of soup the cooler it becomes —and you'll I way with some friends. He who has no inner nobleness on if he be of noble wife that you may ,>:ed refu.. to providing food r and medical care for ml of Jewish sufferers from war. pogrom and economic catastrophe. Its officers are: Fel:x M Wai honorary chairman: Pa::! Baerwald, -forBeach." I hate to rant or preach — But gl her got his rheum grandmamma laid both her pen that beard of his. I hate to rant cr preach Of beauties fron 3each — M. P.: "Didn't you get my letter? O K Yes Inside it ?aid I was led. and on the outside It ; a:d 'return in five c Would-be Crooner "Would you m? a tenor or a baritone?" Audience (in unison): "No!" The man of fight and fury, fire chairmanHerbert H Lehman, vice Ard ha: chairman. „„ guch beautto ,,„ Idsm merits sharp and chairman: James V Rose..oei oui ^ trinjrent, speedy and summary fine. chairman: Marco F. Hellman. associate treasurer: H. B. L Goldstein, comptroller: Jonah B Wise national chairman of the fur.d, committee: Dudley D. Sicher a powerful mistake When they dress to do their bathing in a cold Maine lake. I Needle is a tailor in Hollywood. It is something, of course, that he TouI that beast?" ve"That's a razor back hawg. suh." Tour--: What's he rubbing himraismg cornni"'^. *" %  — 1 — it is suurcuiu*. ~. t nr iNew York city chairman and Joseph h as "^fj^ !" "UT-S stropping hisse.f." C, Hyman. secretary. mto t e er



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