The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1933.
Price Five Cents
Relief Drive
Is Endorsed
The Ame'-ic
an Jewish committee,
Ladies To Hold Pioneer Citizen Known Educator j j
Banquet Sunday Dies Suddenly NamedForSchool jAnnottncementsj
"dependent Order of Bna,
L and the Union of Amencan
L* Congregations, three of the
* and most influential Jewish
Satlons in America, have en-
Ed the effort ol the German Re-
J^paigi, of the Amencan Jew-
h Joint Distribution committee
1*18 seeking $2,000,000 for suf-
j i termany, and have
;W upon the m,mbo.s of their
Jpectlve groups to support the
campaign
The approval of these organiza-
m came In letters addressed to
Babbi Jonah B. Wise, national
airman I the American Jewish
jont Distribution committee. They
m supporting the relief appeal of
the Joint Distribution committee be-
ause .rganiaation. which
B non-political and has acquired a
status similar to that of the Ameri-
canRecf: becauseol Its 19
,f experience In relief and recon-
structior. work abroad, is the only
author. qualified agency to
receive and distribute reliel funds
' abroad. Rabbi Wise, who re(
returner, from Germany, conta ted
jewisl. in that countrv who
have,,: a Central R
Recor. mn ltt< which will
admirn--': all fui
icaar. I the aid ol des-
ln Germany.
Xhe in Jewish comn
letter a signed by Dr.
Cyi pn Idi nt. and Is as
follow
"It i of gratification t
. the American Jew-
I bacon is ll should be
those sympathy
for oui -rellgionlsl In Oi rmany.
,,n Joint Distribu-
tion coi about to Is
appeal :
to the Jews in Ger-
many.
: i political Ol
nomic view of the situation may be.
there cai be only one mind on the
dng measures
to in a ubstanttal way these strick-
en pc< .
. .ued that we shall
be verj happy to cooperate In
lay."
The B'nai B'rlth's endorsement
was contained in a circular letter
which \ -nit out by the national
I the order to seer.
is local lodges through-
out the country. This letter p
out the need of coming to the aid of
the Jew m Germany, and urged all
members ol the B'nai B'rith to
make their contributions through
the Joir.t Distribution committee
"Tin national administration of
'he B"nal B'rith," the letter read.
deems It its duty to urge upon ev-
tullest cooperation with
he Jolnl Dl tributlon committee In
'ts compalgns on behalf of relief of
ii in Germany and else-
Such cooperation is very
much more preferable to the crea-
tion of new competing machinery.
pecial effort., ari' made
B'nai B'rith lodge t raisi
II Or part oi which are to be
ted for relief of the German
national administration
ii h fund be transmit-
If'd to the national office In Cin-
"nna- %Kiyt forward Um e
amount.., to the headquarters of the
ontinued on Page six i
What promises to be one of the
aala events of the season is the for-
mal installation banquet ol the Lad-
les' auxiliary of the Miami Ji
Orthodox congregation this coming
Sunday evening. June 11. at the Pa-
latial Kosher restaurant. A number
ot prominent guests have aci
invitations to attend, and enU :
men) has b> en provided I
evening an outstanding affair. Ri -
ervatlons are now being a.
and may be made with ti.
ol 'hi' committee consisting ot Mes-
Max Kupferstein, Ni
Abramson and J. L. Shochet.
J
Large Audience
Sees Exercises
: Bet h I >.'' . :.!- Sui da; :
,:.:: Cai K linsk;
the choir wh
in a numb'
: LOUIS H
enthu.'... atioi Mb '
Green t
-
Mill ."
:
en bv ii. len S
I s
:
[Tie found
their
:
Itioi
ligioiu
.:'.
plomas and Bibli
the confirmants bv Mrs
Brown pn Idi -'. of Be-.:. :
by Stanley C Myers, supi
of the Sunday school. Rabb.
Shapii di livi re I thi
dress ol the evening and also bl
onflrmants. in charge of ar-
.:....- was Mrs Harry Oli-
and Mrs. Loui> H.
chairman of the program com::
A reception followed tin I
: Mrs. LOUiS Ha'.:::.;:
Oliphant. Harry Mark
ler and Meyer Schwi
Max Sirkin. 65. pioneer resident of
'.'' Palm Beach, died at a hospital
there at 11 o'clock Sunday night af-
ter a short Illness. He was coiv
from an attack of pleurisy
"acked by heart fall-
ire He died after the third attack
In both fraternal and business cir-
cles he was widely known through-
out Florid he had held a
He was one
of thi adir.s merchants for
28 years before he retired from bus-
Ith exception
- which were
Kovno. Russia, and
United Stati at the
:, Hi :::oved to West Palm .
... 38 years ago ,
one of
:nen of the
:. fur-
H
west : thi
. antile Co
ore Of
;:. .: Mn
SI ... :.- Carl
.. Harry Silk-
s' mi :. M: one day..
: [ this cl
kin of this
:; : : New Bri
:." B
P, foui grandchildren.
:
.. and
| the Masonic ::.,-
Odd Pel I Elks
. n utstanding I
32nd
M on. member of the Shrmc
thi Order o: Eastern Star
stei : tl
sonic lodge here, and for a nui
- deputy
nd lodge. He
member of Iretta
C ipter 145. O. E. S.. and
: in ol Palm Beach Chap-
|] O. E S.
He was an organizer of the first
I. O. O. F. lodge here and for the
13 consecutive years was grand
irer of the I O. O. F. lodge of
la He also served as bri
of the canton of I. O. O. F.
;: an active worker in every
nlzation, and in
the temple here.
The Talmud Torah of the Miami <
Jewish Orthodox congregation will
le its session on Monday morn-
ing. June 12. at 9 am., when all pu-
re asked to report. The school
will be in charge of Mr. Herman
Braunstein. an educator of promi-
nence in the North. Mr Braunstein
r a long time on the staff ot |
the Hebrew Institute of Pittsburgh
ind a member of the staff of j
of Pittsburgh, where
he taught Hebrew and kindred sub-
ti
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
Mnrton An.. Miami B*ch
311 W
The usual services
p.m
begin at 6:30
Saturday morning services be-
gin at 8:30 and Mincha services, fol-
lowed by Marnv at 6:30 p.m. Late
services have been discontinued un-
til the High Holidays. Daily services
begin at 8 am.
unior Council
Names Heads
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
i Reform >
13T N, E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Beginning with services on Friday
night, services will be held in Kap-
lan hall during the summer months.
and will be very brief. Services for
the benefit of those who take then
religion seriously and wish to at-
tend services.
A meeting of the Junior Council
of Jewish Women was held last
Ponce de Leon
hotel and committee appointmi
announced were: Membership. Millli
Ways and Means. Bett;
Greenberg: Publicity. Harriet Kan-
: .,: i simon: Religion. Til-
lie Predinger: Entenainmeiv
: the Ex.
board HOS] :de Rappa-
... Ida Cohen.: Nat
Proje Schaff: Social Ser-
Bi v."- .: ik fl Drai
Sheldon; Bulletin. Sylvia
. >a Flo Merlin
C. Myers
: ., sponsor, Mrs. Harry I Ma-
\ :. .:. local circl.
adopted a- ting when it was
agreed that those eel
would spon-
iffair. the proceed- .:
which would go to the Junior Coun-
Miss Da:.-y Schaff will be in
-. of a series c:
rnsored by the
izatlon will be given at the Coral
Gables Country club on Sunday eve-
July 2. In addition the:-
cries of bridges that will be
held during thi All mem-
bers of the board are asked to at-
tend a meeting at the home of Mr-
Flo Merlin. 527 N. W. Fifth avenue,
on Tuesday evening. June 13. begin-
ning at 8 p.m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conaervatieel
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Friday evening services begin at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning sei
begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed
by Marrtv begin at 6:30. Dai'.'
vices begin at 8 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
t Irthodoxl
IS41 S. w. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
I .. : vices begin at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning st:
begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and
Marnv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud
Torah will resume on Monday at
the usual hour. Arrangements for
it may be made by calling
the sexton, Mr William Clein. 2-
0879.
Sewell Chosen
Mayor Of Miami
New Name Is
Club Decision
Welfare Bureau
Sponsors Bridge
All resident- and tourists
ter Miami section an urged to
, the benefit card party heir*
sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary ot
lne Jewish Welfare bureau ,
Columbus hotel Wedn. da: ev
June 21. b.
tl be awarded for i and
hments will b
eds 111 '
The Hebrew Athletic club held an
important meeting at its commur.r,\
centre Wednesday night and by an
helming vote changed the
name of the organization to "The
Jewish Men's Club of Miami." Plans
for a series of affairs to be held by
the organization were announced.
The appointment of the Public Re-
lations committee to be headed by
A. Rosenfeld was announced by the
president. The officers recently elect-
ed will be inducted into office at a
public installation to be held on
-.8 at the clubrooms of the club.
immittee In charge con
Apte. Murray Kell-
man and H. Lerner. Und.
Mr. Murray Grossman, the
la gaining in membership and
ting rapid progress this year.
E. G. Sewell. who led the ticket
in the Miami city election T .
when three commissioners were
elected, was named mayor of Miami
when the new commission met on
Thursday afternoon for the purpc-e
0f : Mr. Sewell was nom-
inated by Commissioner C. H. Reed-
md the proposal was seconded by
Commissioner Orville Rigby. The
meeting was attended by one of the
largest gatherings ever held in the
commission chamber.
Commissioner R. B. Sautter, the
retiring mayor, took occasion to
congratulate the new commlssioi
and thanked the people for the
splendid support they gave him dur-
ing his term in office. Commissioner
Harry E. Platt also spoke.
nerous floral tributes were pre-
d to Mayor Sewell during the
session. Mr. Sewell served as mayor
ami during 1928 to 1930. He is
a Miami pioneer.
Maccabee's Tag
Day Saturday
Miami's bid for the 500 -room,
year-round resort hotel to be built
in Florida by the Maccabees will be
presented to the International Su
preme council, meeting in Detroit
June 25-29. Through a delegation and
26-piece orchestra composed of
high school students, A. M. Coffin.
manager for the organization.
said today.
Announcement was made several
months ago by state offl Iting
in Miami that Florida would be
chosen as the location of the pro-
posed hotel and Miami Beach might
be the selected city. The organiza-
tion had the city commission Tues-
Saturday as a tag
day to provide funds with which to
send the orchestra to the council.
The Mac Miami are com-
posed of 200 men and women and
about 500 juniors. Mr. Coffin said.
Beth David Board
Chooses Officers
ently elect-
ed administrative board of Beth
David congregation, Stanley c My-
. u elected preside) Ham
MarkOWitZ, vice president. Louis
and Leo Acker-
retary. Appointment of
committee heads will be announced
at an early date.



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Page Two
Arrangements for the house and
garden dance of the Hebrew Ath-
letic club to be held at the Jewish
community center on June 25 are
being made by a committee headed
by Emanuel Weinkle.
* *
Hebrew Athletic club celebrated
its entree in the Coconut Grove Dia-
mond Ball league by losing a closely
contested game to Opa-Locka last
week. The Jewish team had a very
large squad out and the shifting of
the players was a contributing fac-
tor in losing the game. Athletic Di-
rector Ralph Grossman is very con-
fident that the material on hand will
the girl, and take his pleasure while
he remains.
Ultimately, he is sent back to the
United States. He leaves, promising
to return "when the robins nest
again." In his heart, he is not so
sure of that fact, however. But the
girl takes him at his word.
He does return, years later, but
under entirely different circumstan-
ces circumstances which bring the
picture to a dramatic, heart-stirring
climax.

Oscar the seal, one of the best
known residents at Catalina Island,
has made his debut in talking pic-
tures.
His entry occurred during the
filming of a scene for "Past Life,"
blossom forth into a strong team I lhe motorboat racing story featuring
and the public is invited to come out | William Haines and an all-star cast.
to the games to root for their team.
A schedule of the games will appear
in an early issue of The Jewish Flor-
idian.

Black-eyed Sylvia Sidney, eye-
brows slanted and .hair lacquered,
plays the title role in "Madame But-
terfly." modernized screen version of
one of the most treasured romances shouted,
which opens Sunday and Monday at
the 7th Avenue theatre. Two high-
speed water craft were lined up
alongside the big pier at Avalon,
which is Oscar's favorite haunt.
Cameras were focussed and Harry
Pollard stood ready to direct the
action.
"All right, .start the scene!" he
MRS. JENNIE II. ROTFORT
Recently elected president of the
local Junior Hadassah.
ot all time, which comes to the Tiv-
oli theatre Sunday and Monday.
Cary Grant. Charlie Ruggles, Irving
Pichel and Helen Jerome Eddy play
the principal supporting roles.
The story centers around Miss Sid-
Humes and Cliil Edwards sat
down on the edge oi one of the boats
and started their dialogue. Every-
thing was running smoothly until
one of the technical men noticed
what appeared to be the head of a
ney, cast as a high-born Japanese bewhiskered old man coming to the
mil. and Grant, lieutenant in the | surface.
U. S. Navy, stationed in Japan, who
fall in love. When Grant learns that
divorce in Japan is a simple matter,
requiring only that the husband
leave the wife, he decides to marry
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'Hey. somebody's swimming into
the shot!" he called to Pollard. The
cameras were stopped immediately.
Moo-0-0!" came a sound like that
of a fog-horn. Oscar was paying his
respects to the Metro-Goldwvn-
Mayer company and talking pictures
in general.
* *
Mrs. Myer Friedman and daugh-
ter. Marjorie. left this week to spend
their summer vacation visiting rela-
tives and friends in New York. At-
lantic City and vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper en-
tertained with a house warming last
Sunday evening, when cards were
played. At a late hour a dutch sup-
per was served. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs Leon Levitt. Mr.
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The marriage of Miss Sophy Link-
er, sister of Mr. Leo Linker, Brook-
lyn attorney to Mr. Samuel L. Mil-
ler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller
of Miami, took place Sunday. June
4 at the Beth David synagogue in
Miami.
Rabin Max Shapiro officiated at
the ceremony, assisted by Rabbis
Mendel and Gurewitz.
Mr, and Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum oi
the Oxford hotel gave the bride
away and Mr. Irving Miller was
best man for his brother.
A reception and dinner following
the ceremony was held at the Pa-
latial restaurant, at which 30 guests
were present. The bride is a teacher
at the Tilden High school of Brook-
lyn. N. Y. and the groom is a mem-
ber of the firm of Miller Bros., oper-
ating a chain of drug stores locally.

Mr and Mrs. S. Katz. prominent
pioneers and communal workers of
Port Lauderdale. recently moved to
Miami Beach and are now located
In the Madison apartments there.

Cantor Nathan Wroobcl. who con-
ducted services at the Dayton. Ohio.
synagogue the past 8hvuoth, return-
ed to Miami today.

Election of officers for the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery association
will be held next Wednesday night.
June 14, at the Beth David Talmud
Torah. None but delegates from the
constituent organizations will be
permitted to vote at this meeting.

The Jewish Men's Club of Miami,
formerly Hebrew Athletic club, will
hold installation of newly elected of-
ficers at a banquet to be tendered
tlie Jewish community center on the
evening of June 18. a program in-
cluding entertainment and promi-
nent speakers has been arranged by
the committee in charge, Including
Hyman Apte, Philip Lerner, and
Murray Kellman.

At t meeting of the board of di-
<>! the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox congregation. Messrs. William
Mechlowltz, H. M. Drevich and J.
Louis Shochet were re-appointed
it" to the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Cemetery association, They have
now completed two terms as dele-
gate! and this will be their third
term In office.

Miss Irene Segall of Baltimore will
arrive in Miami on or about June IS
to make the final arrangements for
conducting the Miami campers of
Camp Wohelo, in the Blue Ridge
mountains of Pennsylvania, on the
Seaboard air line on Thursday, June
L'9.
Miss Segall will be the guest of
Mis. Alex Goldstein of 810 Euclid
avenue, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, director of
Camp Wohelo, has made arrange-
ments for the campers from Atlan-
ta. Ga.. to join with the Miami
campers en route. A very fine pro-
gram has been arranged for the
campers en route to camp.
Miss Segall will be glad to furnish
any additional information to par-
ent- who may desire to send their
girls to Camp Wohelo.
*
Quite a large number of friends of
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. former rab-
bi of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
congregation, attended a farewell re-
ception tendered him at the home of
Mrs. Jack Hirsch. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, of Beth David congregation,
was a special guest of honor during
the evening. The home was beauti-
fully decorated for the affair and
guests enjoyed the goodies that were
served from the hv.vily laden tables.
Assisting Mrs. Hirsch in entertaining
were Mrs. J. L. Shochet. Mrs. Nath-
an Abramson. Mrs. R. Beck. Mrs.
Louis Pallott and Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man. During the evening a beautiful
gift was presented to Rabbi Caplan
4
As we go to press the Hebrew Ath-
letic club is sponsoring a benefit card
party at the Jewish community cej
ter. Prizes have been donated by M
ami merchants. Refreshments al
being served. The entire proceei
will go towards the purchasing
uniforms for the diamond ball teail
which has just entered the Coconu
Grove Diamond Ball league. Nj
Blumberg is chairman of the affaii

A watermelon card party is beini
sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliaH
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox conl
grcgation for Tuesday evening, JunJ
13. at the synagogue beginning at
p.m. Prizes will be awarded for hlj
scores, and watermelon will I
among the refreshments served]
! Mesdames M. Kotkin and Max KupJ
i ferstein are co-hostesses. The publia
is invited.

A general meeting of the entire
membership of the Miami Jewish!
Orthodox congregation will be heldl
| at the synagogue on Tuesday ex.-[
| Ding, June 20. at which time reports]
of the business of the organization!
will be presented. Ways and means!
I for the work of the organization ton]
I the summer months will be dl -1
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LT IBe 9, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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frtl Act of March 3. 1879.__________
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FRIDAY. Jl'NE 9. 1933.
Vol. 6. No. 23.
History of A merican
Intervention
It if, amazing to discover the atti-
tude of many of our fellow Jews in
regard to obtaining the aid of the
United States government on behalf
of our brethren in Germany. It Is
not my purpose to repeat any his-
torical farts, but I do believe and I
do desire to here enlighten many of
our Jews of the attitude of our gov-
ernment in the past relative to pro-
testing against Jewish atrocities.
Following are some instances:
1 Secretary Forsythes course in
1830. under the direction of Presi-
dent Van Buren. on behalf of the
Damascus Jewish blood accusation
victims.
2. Minister Fay's successful efforts
in Switzerland to remove anti-Jew-
ish domestic statutory discrimina-
tions.
3. The action of Hon. Benjamin
F. Peixotto. United States consul to
Rumania about 1870. in his cam-
paign against Jewish persecutions.
under the direct authority of Presi-
dent Grant, who used the following
words:
"The United States, knowing no
distinction of her own citizens on
account of religion or nativity, nat-
urally believes in a civilization the
world over which will secure the
same universal view,"
4. The action of Hon. Charles
Summer, as chairman of the Sen-
ate Committee on Foreign Relations.
in protesting against Rumanian
ami-Jewish atrocities.
5. Action of the powers on behalf
of persecuted Jews in the Balkans
in 1878. in which the United States
was represented.
6. Action by President Cleveland
toward Austria in 1885.
7. Secretary Hay's Rumanian note
in 1902.
8. Action of President Theodore
Roosevelt in connection with the
Kishineff massacre petition in 1903.
9. Action of the United States in
1911 in abrogating the Russian
Treaty of 1832 because of discrim-
ination against Jews.
10. President Wilson's attitude at
the peace conference in 1919, when
Russia contended that her anti-
Jewish discriminations were not re-
ligious but racial, our government
replying that "the two questions are
inseparable."
There are other instances which
I could write of. I would refer you,
rather, to the speech of Representa-
tive Sirovich in congress, appearing
'n the Congressional Record of
March 27, last. Then, maybe, many
01 us will understand why we believe
the government should protest, and
!o'low the liberal and tolerant pre-
cedents of this country.
It will be remembered that some
weeks ago Goebbels. the Nazi direc-
tor of propaganda, demanded that
Edgar Ansel Mowrer, president of
the Foreign Correspondents' associ-
ation in Berlin, be removed from
office. It seems that Mowrer's book,
"Germany Puts the Clock Back,"
had gotten under the Nazi skin.
Mowrer. rather than embarrass his
fellow correspondents, tendered his
resignation which was unanimously
refused.
A copy of this book has Just come
to me. I quote the last few para-
graphs from the chapter, "Perish
the Jew!":
"In attacking the Jews a large
number of Germans were, in fact,
giving rein to that senseless self-
destruction in which they as people
always excelled. Like the 'violent
against themselves' whom Dante
found in the inferno repenting their
suicide in the shape of bleeding
plants and trees, the Jew-baiters in
Germany seemed headed for an un-
happy future. For the Jews learned
long ago that in the long run God is
NOT on the side of the strongest
battalions.
"Why were honest Germans thus
misled? Because they were taught to
worship force, grew great by war,
organized for war and lost the
greatest of all wars.
"Because of all great peoples they
were still the least formed, harmon-
ious and self-assured; their feeling
of inferiority sought constant con-
firmation of a transcendant inher-
ent value that alone could justify
hope in their national mission.
"Since they had lost the war. since
they were poor and weary and be-
wildered, since they had been taught
to believe themselves a wrong and
humiliated nation, the question in-
evitably arose, how could such a sit-
uation come to be? No people likes
to admit its own failings. Where,
therefore, could the responsibility
be put if not on the Jew in their
midst, the hateful foreign body In
the otherwise flawless German or-
ganism?
In short, the suffering German
hated the Jew rather than see him-
self as he was.
Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron.
"Baltimore. Md."
Last Sunday night Cantor Boris
Schlachman of Miami Beach was
featured in a concert arranged by
the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El at Moose hall. Following the con-
cert cards were played and prizes
were awarded for high scores. Deli-
cious refreshments were served by
the committee in charge, headed by
Mrs. L. J. Raider, president of the
organization.
THE
CUBISM
Miss Belle GoiciDerg. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg, spent sev-
eral days visiting friends in Miami
last week.
Here And There
Going Off Gold
Let us go off in our money,
But keep up the standard In heart-
Gold, like the golden bright honey,
Gold to make steady the mart;
Golden our thinking and dreaming,
Golden our conduct each day
The standard of highest endeavor
In business, in toiling, in play.
Going ofr gold in our country.
But keeping our golden dreams,
Our golden music of morning
In lilt and laughter of streams:
Golden, still golden our honor.
Golden our purpose and aim;
Golden the spirit's bright effort
Through fire and flood and flame.
Let as go off in our money,
But never. O never, in smile;
In singing, in laughter, in courage.
As we travel the long, long mile.
Golden our thoughts and our action,
Golden, all weather each place.
The sunshine of heart and of spirit.
As it glows on each golden-bright
face.
The Technocrats, so I am told,
Tiring of silver coins and gold.
Invented an electric way
In currency to save the day.
I do not know what it's about;
No doubt they've thought the prob-
lem out.
But do you think they realize
They may not be so doggone wise?
The joker's this maybe It's funny.
But for Madam who carries money
Snugly stored within her stocking
Horrors! is this new stuff shocking?
It's not the depression that made
you poor.
For many were poor before;
It's lack of faith that pulls you
down.
Not trouble at Uie door.
You may have beauty, health and
wealth,
And land in golden store,
But without faith all these are vain
And men will call you poor,
For gold can melt and beauty fade
And drought your harvest claim.
But your faith in God and your
fellowmen
Can always be the same.
So lift up your head and play the
game
And life you'll understand;
It isn't wealth that pulls you
through.
It's faith in God and Man.
It may be confidently predicted
that the United States Is about to
undergo another attack of wonder
based on the fact that men with
credit wishing to borrow money seek
service from men of credit who have
money to lend.
Magic moon
High above.
Whisper, whisper
To my love.
Be my slave
For tonight;
Gently touch her
With your light.
Send your beam.
Silver bright.
To take my .song
Through the night.
On her lips
Leave a kiss.
And in her ear
Whisper this:
That you bring
With your light
Dreams from my heart,
And "goodnight."
West Palm Beach
Notes
-Last Friday night seisie of Con
gregation Beth El were held at the
Moose hall and were conducted by
Cantor Boris Schlachman of Miami
Be"ach These services will be contin-
ued throughout the summer.

A Very important meeting ofthe
local Bnai Brith lodge was held at
Moose hall last Monday night wuh
Mr D. Feldman. prominent corn
munal worker and president of the
X presiding. One of the matters
^cussed was the proposed masked
;ut to prevent any demonstration
between Jews and non-Jews. Follow
w the formal business meeting a
oclal hour was spent and Cantor
Sachman was heard in a series of
Yiddish folk songs.
.
of Miss Mildred Greenberg.
One of the major issues of the day
appears to be the matter of beer
and avoirdupois to her who wishes
to be slender.
The storing of fat in regions where
enbonpoint presents the spectacle of
floating power may become a serious
problem for both women and men,
sneer as masculinity may at its
fleshiness.
Thanks to Professor LaFayette B.
Mendel, who holds a seat at Yale,
we are made acquainted with the
relative fattening qualities of milk
and beer. The prof, tells us that a
quart of beer contains 545 calories,
or but 105 fewer than a quart of
milk.
The simple process of extracting
the square root of beer clearly shows
that one is pretty dern near going
to produce round angles and chubby
hypotenuses in a finish wrestle with
a quart a day.
Of course, the plump constituency
can circumvent cataclysmic results
by foregoing certain dainty refec-
tions such as buttered spuds, baked
tripe and Hungarian goulash.
Included also in the prof's admo-
nition is the warning that corsets
do NOT tend to reduce any touch of
obesitv that may appear as suddenly
as an unwanted child. They merely
hold the fractious lumps m subjec-
tion for the nonce.
Sock trie corporations,
Knock 'em to the walls!
Never spread taxation
So it's shared by all!
Smack the man in bizzness
Sock below the belt!
Never put the taxes
Where they wont be felt!
After I've loved you with all of my
heart.
You want to be friends as we were
at the start;
After I've given you body and soul.
You offer friendship for the love
that you stole;
After those hours of sweet precious
bliss,
You'd give a handshake instead of
a kiss!
You, who could take me, and make
me obey.
You chose to take me and throw
me away;
Now we've been lovers, you want to
be friends.
Can this be the way that all "true
love" ends?
I'm sick, I'm disgusted. I'm tired of
life,
I guess, after all. I'll go back to my
wife!
Oh. lovely one so sweet and small.
Alongside you I seem so tall.
Your eyes of brown, your hair of red.
They torture me. at night, in bed.
Those eyes of brown, that shine a-
glow.
Must I tell them so they know-
That I would feel your head at rest
Here upon my trembling breast?
You live, but only in my dreams
A nymph who comes and goes, it
seems;
Who now is here and then is gone
To leave me throbbing all alone!
her. more's the
When the mercury drops to zero-
that's nothing.
The man who fights and runs
away may live to run another day.
Beauty is but skin deep, and there-
fore on an equal footing with freck-
les.
Some jokes you can't see the point
of and some points you can t see the
joke of.
The average woman wastes a lot
of time trying to transform a wrin-
kle into a dimple.
Satan would be unable to run his
business if men didn't furnish him
so much free help.
Prof.: "Wake that fellow next to
you. will you?"
Student: "Aw, do it yourself, you
put him to sleep."
Your body's in a cage
Where you stalk up and down.
Impatient you rage.
But your soul is in the deep wood.
And your heart beats high.
Climbing the hills at dawn
Under a cobalt sky.
Or in the elderberry swamp
With your muzzle in the stream.
Or on your haunches bending the
wild plum bough.
A cage cannot hold a dream.
Fellow down east, posing as a sci-
entist, found "some things so small
that their size is but one-millionth
that of the smallest light wive." So
that's the dirty crook of a pickpock-
et that cleaned me out!
The girl I love.
She is a dove.
But I must shoot
pity;
Her baby-talk is her long-suit
She thinks it's awf'ly, awfly cute,
And witty.
And if we don't
Tawt baby tawt.
Drate big he-mans dets sore.
And says. "Oo tunnin ittle sing.
Don't oo wuve sweet Poppa
No more?"
Mr. Morgan didn't care anything
about that midget sitting on his
knee. It probably felt good after
having had the senate on his neck
so long.
Most folks work harder trying to
get a Job where they don't hafta
work than they'd hafta work if they
got a job where they did hafta work.
It's what you think that makes the
world
Seem dull or bright to you;
Your mind may color all things gray
Or make them radiant hue.
Be glad today, be brave and wise.
Seek Truth amid the dross;
I Waste neither time nor thought
about
The bridge you'll never cross.
There's useful work for you to do
With hand and brain and heart;
There's urgent human service, too.
In which to take your part.
Make every' opportunity
Worth while, and not a loss;
The best is yours, so do not fear
The bridge you'll never cross.
If life seems drab and difficult,
just face it with a will;
You do not have to walk alone,
Since God is with you still.
Press on with courage toward the
goal.
With Love your shield emboss;
Be strong, look up, and just ignore
The bridge you'll never cross.



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THE SHOFAR
DURING the month of Ellul. the monUi preceding the High Holy days,
m every Orthodox .synagogue, daily, except Saturday, at the close of
the morning service, the "Shofar," a trumpet made of the horn of a ram.
i> blown. Thu same Instrument will be blown, according to prescribed In-
structions, on the New Years day and at the close of the Atonement ser-
vices. The scripture reading indicates that the trumpet was used as a sig-
nal on all festive or holy occasions. But. during the month of Ellul it has
a .special significance.
IT Is a warning. The rabbis tell us that with the approach of the New
Year the Judgment day. even the fish in the ocean tremble. All living
creature* are awestruck with the solemnity and the holiness of the rapidly
approaching day of judgment when all lhat has life passes the Holy
Throne for Inspection and for judgment. The month of Ellul is a month of
warning. Maimonides Interprets the sound of the shofar In these words:
"Awake, ye sleepers, and ponder your deeds; remember your Creator and
go back to Him In penitence. Be not of those that miss reality in their
hunt alter shadows, and waste their years in seeking after vain things
which cannot profit or deliver. Look well to your souls and consider your
acts: forsake each of you his evil ways and thoughts, and return to God.
so that He may have mercy upon you."
IN addition to the sounding of the shofar. special prayers of forgiveness.
"slichos" are recited each day. These prayers are founded in the tra-
dition of the ascent of Moses to the mountain on the first of Ellul. He
-pint forty days and returned on the tenth of Tishrai with the Divine
message, "I have pardoned in accordance with thy words of prayer." We
cherish the hope that we may ourselves receive such a heavenly response
on the Day of Atonement, and we. therefore, follow the example of Moses
by spending these days m devotional exercises, or slichos asking forgive-
ness The sound of the shofar aids in awakening us to earnest reflection
and true Improvement.
THE .symbolism of the ram's horn in preference to the silver trumpet in
accordance with scriptural instruction is that we remind God of the
readiness with which Abraham carried out His order to sacrifice Isaac.
God then sent the ram as a substitute for Isaac. We invoke the same spirit
ol mercy en ourselves.
I CAN almost hear some ''wiseacres" .-linker and I can see them sneer at
the folly" and superstition of such procedure. They know best. Who
needs a shofar? Why recite slichos? Why ask forgiveness? They have been
places and have seen things. They know that it is all unnecessary. Haven't
they t and prospered? Haven't they scorned and
scoffed al all that some people consider holy and have "gotten awav
with it"?
II .- true They have led charmed lives. They have ignored the warnings
of automobile horns and have crossed the street-s without accident.
They have driven through red lights and have escaped injury. Does that
mean that the use 01 horns and the practice of installing street lights
should be abolished? No' If those' who ignore warnings and who consider
rules unnecessary were to live tor one day 111 a community where these
did not exist and where they were not enforcedwhythey just wouldn't
live or be healthy very lone It is the carefulness of the average citizen
that has given a charm to the lives of the scorners.
IF the entire community ceased to listen lor the sound of the shofar and
Ignored its implication; it the entire citizenry took it into their heads
to take the same chances that these scorners do. life and health would be
in jeopardy. Because there are. in every community, men and women who
ke stock 01 themselves, who are awakened, periodically, to their own
Its. and who att4 nipt. In some measure, to improve themselves, that we
have a state Ol society where human life, and personal property, have a
value. Tin sound of the shofar is not one whose vibrations are inaudible
to any but Jewish ears The Old Testament is a part of Christianity as
much as :; ;.- a part of Judaism. The Torah was given on Mount Sinai, in
the Wilderness, and not in Palestine. No man can say that the Law is
meant tor Jews alone. It was handed down in neutral, or rather, common
territory, that all mankind may have it.
ISRAEL never considered itself separate and apart from all God's chil-
li. In the Temple, sacrifices were offered for all nations and peo-
ples: f 01 ness was asked for all the human race. Judaism is a universal
religion. The sound of the shofar reaches the ears of all. The need for
introspection exists at the hearth of every home in the land. No man or
won ::<< turn wrongful acts or thoughts that, at no time, is there
a need tor meditation and for resolutions of betterment and self-improve-
ment.
RECENTLY I heard a radio sermon by a prominent Christian clergy-
man who is considered liberal and a friend of the Jews. He made
references to the Jews in this particular sermon. Some may have consid-
ered these quotations as a gesture of friendship towards the Jew. Yet,
there was a slur in them, an indirect hint that the materialism of the age
was attributable to the dissemination of the money-making tendencies by
the Jews. The learned pastor, unintentionally, must have added fuel to the
fire that smoulders in the minds of some of his co-religionists that the dis-
integration of society may be laid at the feet of that overly abused, and
universal scapegoat, the Jew. Our rabbis have warned us that we must
exercise caution in speaking well of our neighbors. We may do them harm.
H. U. FEIBELMAN
Prominent attorney,
who will be the guest
speaker of the Radio
SynagOg Sunday.
while praising them. The sages give the example of a man relating to a
friend, in a public thoroughfare, that so-and-so is a very good business
man; he has just closed a deal and collected a large sum of money in gold.
A thief was passing these two and overheard that remark. He went to the
home of so-and-so that very night and robbed him. A flattering remark,
yet it brought misery to the man.
LEND ear to the sound of the shofar. Take stock of yourself. Spend time
in sincere reflection. Test your reactions to warning signals. Put your
friendship to the test. Resolve to begin the New Year in keeping with the
laws of honor and justice. What New Year? Why today, tomorrow? Every
day begins a new year. Every hour gives you a birth of life. Don't go
through life as a sumnombulist. Listen for the sounds of the shofar.
TIVOLIi
W. Flakier ml 8th Phone 2-3352
Sunday and Monday. June 11-12
"Madame Butterfly"
with
Sylvia Sidney, Cary Grant, and
Charlie Ruggles
BON TON
Dry Cleaners
We i mil For and Deliver
Carpet, and Hags Cleaned or Dyed
We Do Pleating
Plant and Main Office:
37 N. W. :.th A>e. Phone I-S715
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Come out to 79th Street get j
your bait and tackle at the
Tarpon Tackle Shop!
79th St. and Biscayne Blvd. j
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Cleaners
DYERS
LOUIS POX, Manager
F r i: i:
Sir' the inn
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ISO!. N. K. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-.-.0IX
RCA Victor Distributor
Call 2-5048 for Radio Service
ANNOUNCING the removal of
MORT'S
From 513 N. Miami Ave.
to
601 N. Miami Ave.
PLUMBING CAS KITTINl.
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We are serving a dinner worth a
dollar tor 50r. Steak, chops, aea food,
fried chicken, .mothered chicken, hot
rolbi. home made pie*, real coffee.
Wa uaa nothing but vegetable oil. in
our cooking.
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214" S. W. Mh St. (Tamiami Trail >
Phone 2-S922
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Most Modern Plant
The Finest and Freshest
Vegetables in Florida
Live Poultry
Everything Choice
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FARMERS CURB MARKET
S. W. 2nd Ave. and Bridge
Phone 3-1181
2343 N. \Y. 7th Ave.
Open 6:30 A.M. (lose 7:30 P.M.
Saturdays 10 P.M.
Royal Typewriters
Nen aand Factory Kebuilt
Portables. S29.50 to $60.00
B. W. TIIACKER, Local Dealer
210 N. K. 2nd St. Phone 2-011.1
MIAMI
ACADEMY
OF ARTS
328 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Fine and Commercial Art. Life rla-
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ion. Dramatira. Group and individual
instruction.
The .ante high -t.na.rd- of in-
.trurtion at summer price.. Viaitora
welcome.
MIRRORS
W make table tops.
We re-silver old mirrors.
We make new mirrors of any
design.
We make anything and ev-
erything pertaining to mir-
rors and glass.
Miami Mirror &
Glass Works
60S and til N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-116
BORNSTEIN'S
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Chicken, Steak, Chops
AU Kinds o, Deueious sandwiches Ice Cold Beer and fcftTST
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! H,^nc 9, 1933.
OCIETY
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Mrs. Max .Sliaff is announcing the
{ ,pproacliinK marriage of her daugh-
lo Dr. Leonard Finn,
I chich will l)'' an event of June 18-
I mends arc invited to attend the re-
I option which will be held at the
I Dome of the bride June 18 at 8 p.m.
I So cards will be issued.

Max llniiman and niece, Mrs.
I Dorothy Pepper entertained for Mi.ss
I J Schail with a personal shower
, week. Bridge was enjoyed by
I :.o lur'-is Prizes for high scores
I nre won by Mrs. Sadye Pepper,
; L Shapiro, Miss Gladys Aben-
Durlng i he latter part of the
I wning delicious refreshments were
I served.

I Coming to Miami in 1912, L. A.
I Jones engaged in the storage busi-
laess about live years ago and is now
I operating the only exclusive auto
I race warehouse in this district at
larth Miami avenue and Twentieth
I fff. The storage space is about
191000 square feet with a concrete
I not. insuring lowest insurance rates
| nr cars and contents because of the '
libsolute fireproof construction of j
irehouse. The lower floor is
| occupied by the Mammoth Food !
I Stores and the Clarke and Lewis
Icmpany. Everything in the ware-
lane is bonded and customers are
lisured of absolute safety and prop-
Is care of their cars at all times at
thai are remarkably low. Pros*
Ipectivc customers are invited to in-
Ispect the building.

| About L'oo Miamians turned out
j today evi ning at the Roman Pools
PLAYING AT THE
TIVOU Till a i ri
rage Five
THKITTy
Laundry Service
ral .,rk Irontd, ornrinic apparel
dani|i and ready in iron.
"way. Tui-on. and
Jrtnr.da.. |] |h,......
INr.dav and
Irida,. JO ll.
WHITE BELT LAUNDRY
for the gala joint celebration of the
Junior Hadassah and the Hebrew
Athletic club. A continuous program
including swimming in the twin
pools, dancing in the ballroom, en-
tertainment, races and exhibitions
by professional talent, marked an
unusual evening which helped ce-
ment the good will relations between
both organizations.
Three relay teams competed in the
first aquatic event with the "C"
team winning.
A ladies' race resulted in Edna
Stanford, Jeanctte Cole, Frances
Kane, and Sarah Weinstein winning.
The winners were awarded beauti-
ful prizes in the ballroom. Miami
merchants were the donors of the
gifts
Phil Kaplan, drum major, gave a
performance of a baton manipula-
tion.
Leo Ackerman was master of cere-
monies. Leo Chaikin was chairman
of the joint committee in charge of:
the arrangements. The committee
included: Milton Klein. Murray
Kellman and Ralph Grossman,
judges of the races; Sol Levin, Lena
Wcinkle, Sylvia Rayvis. Emanuel
Weinkle, Sylvia Kellman. Herbert
Snowe, and Philip Lerner, chairman,
in charge of refreshments; Jack At-
kins, music; Sylvia Chauneey and
Pauline Lasky completed the com-
mittee.
Mrs. Jennie Rot fort and Mr. Mur-
ray Grossman, presidents of the or-
ganization*, were reception chair-
men.

Funds recently raised through the
benefit bridge for the Jewish suffer-
ers in Germany amounting to 50
dollars were forwarded to the Jewish
Daily Forwards of New York for re-
mittance to the Joint Distribution
committee, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Henry Seitlin.
Chairman of the committee which
directed the affair.

Rabbi S. M. Machtei will return to
Miami the early part of next week
to resume his activities as director
SYLVIA SIDNEY
of the Radio Synagog. At this time
announcement will be made of the
establishment of a permanent home
for its activities.

The annual donor's dinner of the
Junior Hadassah will be held on
Monday, June 12. at the Tropical
Jungle Gardens and will be open to
all who have completed their quota
of the S5.00 mve, get or earn event.
The affair, which will be. a dinner
dance, will have an additional pro-
gram as well as the regular floor
show. The attention of the public
and the members is called to the
fact that only on tickets purchased
through members prior to coming to
the affair will the organization re-
celve any benefit. Reservations may
be made through any member of the
committee.

Mrs. Freda Lutzky, active com-
munal worker here, left last week to
spend some time in North Carolina.
She is expected to return to Miami
In the early fall.
Soy Bean Bread
and mi hi r >i',el:iMe bfMdl
GOOD HEALTH BAKING
COMPANY, INC.
IKS W. Hauler SI. I'hone 2-r.st 1
The "Good Health" Kind
Underwood Fish &
Poultry Market
' W. 12TH AVE.
Eresl, Dressed Poultry
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 9, 19331
SOCIETY
miss Mildred Oreenberg received
high honors last week at the gradu-
ation exercises of the University of
Miami when she received the degree
Ol bachelor m music, "magna cum
laude." Among others graduating
were Robert Allan Welnsteln, Frank
Charles Rose. Samuel Liever, all re-
celving degrees. Miss Pauline H.
Lasky and Jerome David Silversteln
received certificates In the two-year
course ol education.

Though the store operated by
Dobson St Company, at the corner
of S. W. Eighth avenue and Fourth
Street, whore a fire sale of groceries
is being conducted daily, is crowded
to capacity, Mr. J O. Davis, who la
In charge, la receiving much praise
and commendation for the excep-
tionally courteous treatment of the
customer- by the different employe.-.
The efficient methods used in check-
in.i purchases al the cashier's coun-
ters has helped In treat measure to
permit the customer to pick his pur-
chases pay tor them and leave the
store m exceptionally rapid time.
Dobson .*. Company recently pur-
chased the fire stock of Hill Broth-
ers, one Of the oldest and largest
wholesale groceries tion of
the country. The sale Will be I
tinned until the ei ck :- dis-
p sed ol and tl-.i -ami' > ourtCOUS
and l :: tmi :.' :- promised
all CU
Cat man of Mi-
am; i'" Id epresentalIve of
The Jew: r ridian, .spent Thurs-
day m Miami be:,ire resuming his
/'/ AYINC AT THE
7111 AVENUE THEATRE
Radio Synagog
The regular services of the Radio
Synagog, under the auspices of
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. its founder
and director, will be heard Sunday
morning over WIOD at 10 a.m. when
Herbert U. Feibelman. well known
local attorney and Jewish communal
worker, will be the gue.st speaker and
will have as the subject of his ad-
dress "The Rise in the Spiritual
Value." The usual prayers and music
will be heard.
MADGE EVANS
tour ol the state. He visited West
Palm Beach. Fort Lauderdale and
Lake Worth during the past week
and reports continued activities ol
fewish community in thosi sec-
tions,
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David
congregation left last Monday by
I New York City, where he
'will spend the next three and a half
months visiting some i and
friends He will also be religious di-
tor and counselor for one of the
largest boys' camps in the country
Ing the week-ends ol Ins vaca-
beli r the f ol
mmittee I
a drive here tor the Join; Distribu-
- German Jews R< -
ind Anno will appear
in an early issue of The Jewish Flo-
ridian,
A series ot educational affairs and
lectures for the members of the Jew-
ish Men's Club of Miami, formerly
the Hebrew Athletic club, will begin
-oon. according to plans now being
formulated by the officers and board
of the organization.

Mr Max Rappaport. who left last
week to visit a sick brother in
Clarksdale, Mis-, returned to Miami
tins week.
Beth David Talmud Torah. during
the absence ot Rabbi Max Shapiro
ot the congregation, will be under
the direction of Mr. E. Gordon, who
si \ton of the congregation.
Mr. and Mrs Sam Kirstein ol
Ington, D. c. arrived here last
week to visit Mrs, Kirstein's par-
Mr. and Mr.- S Merson of this
city. They will remain here perma-
nently.
Relief Drive
Is Endorsed
(Continued from Tage One)
Joint Distribution committee, with
the understanding that inconform-
ancc with the wishes of contributors
and donors these funds are to be
used exclusively for German relief.
We pel that In this way the best re-
sults will be obtained for the money
collected than if the B'nai B'rith
were to undertake to administer re-
pel in Germany through other inde-
pendent channels."
Ludwig Vogelstein, chairman of
the executive board of the Union of
American Hebrew congregations.
nave that organization's endorse-
ment of the Joint Distribution com-
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I III". Hi-rnvTu- llpd. PholM 2-l-.il
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"Your organization is engaged in
one of the most Important task
that confronts the Jewish people ta
day. The union and its allied organ|
izations wish you not only sucoM
in your undertaking, but trust tha
the effort will meet with sympa
thetic response on the part of tly
Jews in America, so that we may
of valuaDle assistance to our folk
Jews in distress."
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L T I„ B e 9, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three -THE JEWISH FL O U I D I A N "^alSI.KI. KVERV FRIDAY 0 -""".fid, w 8,,,NC co MU nii. Florid Phone 21183 E XF.i I TIVK OFKKKS: ||5 .„ S-rU, |,|d Phon* 2-3 -EDITORIAL OFFICES: „.. ,,,|, AvnM ''hone 2-1183 No Wonder j LOl IS SIIOCHET. Editor DVAID ( AKI.IN. Adverti.inn Htnim fRIDK. SIKK'HKT. t irrul.tion M.n.f.r uMind clnaa matter July 4. ^^.;. '•:Off,,eat Mi-rni. Florid., •frtl Act of March 3. 1879. WEST I'AI-M BEACH OFFICE III Eighth Strt MM. M. Schrcbnlck. Representative srilSl RII'TION gb Month* On Vcir 11.00 12.(0 FRIDAY. Jl'NE 9. 1933. Vol. 6. No. 23. History of A merican Intervention It if, amazing to discover the attitude of many of our fellow Jews in regard to obtaining the aid of the United States government on behalf of our brethren in Germany. It Is not my purpose to repeat any historical farts, but I do believe and I do desire to here enlighten many of our Jews of the attitude of our government in the past relative to protesting against Jewish atrocities. Following are some instances: 1 Secretary Forsythes course in 1830. under the direction of President Van Buren. on behalf of the Damascus Jewish blood accusation victims. 2. Minister Fay's successful efforts in Switzerland to remove anti-Jewish domestic statutory discriminations. 3. The action of Hon. Benjamin F. Peixotto. United States consul to Rumania about 1870. in his campaign against Jewish persecutions. under the direct authority of President Grant, who used the following words: "The United States, knowing no distinction of her own citizens on account of religion or nativity, naturally believes in a civilization the world over which will secure the same universal view," 4. The action of Hon. Charles Summer, as chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. in protesting against Rumanian ami-Jewish atrocities. 5. Action of the powers on behalf of persecuted Jews in the Balkans in 1878. in which the United States was represented. 6. Action by President Cleveland toward Austria in 1885. 7. Secretary Hay's Rumanian note in 1902. 8. Action of President Theodore Roosevelt in connection with the Kishineff massacre petition in 1903. 9. Action of the United States in 1911 in abrogating the Russian Treaty of 1832 because of discrimination against Jews. 10. President Wilson's attitude at the peace conference in 1919, when Russia contended that her antiJewish discriminations were not religious but racial, our government replying that "the two questions are inseparable." There are other instances which I could write of. I would refer you, rather, to the speech of Representative Sirovich in congress, appearing 'n the Congressional Record of March 27, last. Then, maybe, many 01 us will understand why we believe th e government should protest, and !o 'low the liberal and tolerant precedents of this country. It will be remembered that some weeks ago Goebbels. the Nazi director of propaganda, demanded that Edgar Ansel Mowrer, president of the Foreign Correspondents' association in Berlin, be removed from office. It seems that Mowrer's book, "Germany Puts the Clock Back," had gotten under the Nazi skin. Mowrer. rather than embarrass his fellow correspondents, tendered his resignation which was unanimously refused. A copy of this book has Just come to me. I quote the last few paragraphs from the chapter, "Perish the Jew!": "In attacking the Jews a large number of Germans were, in fact, giving rein to that senseless selfdestruction in which they as people always excelled. Like the 'violent against themselves' whom Dante found in the inferno repenting their suicide in the shape of bleeding plants and trees, the Jew-baiters in Germany seemed headed for an unhappy future. For the Jews learned long ago that in the long run God is NOT on the side of the strongest battalions. "Why were honest Germans thus misled? Because they were taught to worship force, grew great by war, organized for war and lost the greatest of all wars. "Because of all great peoples they were still the least formed, harmonious and self-assured; their feeling of inferiority sought constant confirmation of a transcendant inherent value that alone could justify hope in their national mission. "Since they had lost the war. since they were poor and weary and bewildered, since they had been taught to believe themselves a wrong and humiliated nation, the question inevitably arose, how could such a situation come to be? No people likes to admit its own failings. Where, therefore, could the responsibility be put if not on the Jew in their midst, the hateful foreign body In the otherwise flawless German organism? •In short, the suffering German hated the Jew rather than see himself as he was. •Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron. "Baltimore. Md." Last Sunday night Cantor Boris Schlachman of Miami Beach was featured in a concert arranged by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El at Moose hall. Following the concert cards were played and prizes were awarded for high scores. Delicious refreshments were served by the committee in charge, headed by Mrs. L. J. Raider, president of the organization. THE CUBISM Miss Belle GoiciDerg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg, spent several days visiting friends in Miami last week. Here And There Going Off Gold Let us go off in our money, But keep up the standard In heartGold, like the golden bright honey, Gold to make steady the mart; Golden our thinking and dreaming, Golden our conduct each day— The standard of highest endeavor In business, in toiling, in play. Going ofr gold in our country. But keeping our golden dreams, Our golden music of morning In lilt and laughter of streams: Golden, still golden our honor. Golden our purpose and aim; Golden the spirit's bright effort Through fire and flood and flame. Let as go off in our money, But never. O never, in smile; In singing, in laughter, in courage. As we travel the long, long mile. Golden our thoughts and our action, Golden, all weather each place. The sunshine of heart and of spirit. As it glows on each golden-bright face. The Technocrats, so I am told, Tiring of silver coins and gold. Invented an electric way In currency to save the day. I do not know what it's about; No doubt they've thought the problem out. But do you think they realize They may not be so doggone wise? The joker's this — maybe It's funny. But for Madam who carries money Snugly stored within her stocking — Horrors! is this new stuff shocking? It's not the depression that made you poor. For many were poor before; It's lack of faith that pulls you down. Not trouble at Uie door. You may have beauty, health and wealth, And land in golden store, But without faith all these are vain And men will call you poor, For gold can melt and beauty fade And drought your harvest claim. But your faith in God and your fellowmen Can always be the same. So lift up your head and play the game And life you'll understand; It isn't wealth that pulls you through. It's faith in God and Man. It may be confidently predicted that the United States Is about to undergo another attack of wonder based on the fact that men with credit wishing to borrow money seek service from men of credit who have money to lend. Magic moon High above. Whisper, whisper To my love. Be my slave For tonight; Gently touch her With your light. Send your beam. Silver bright. To take my .song Through the night. On her lips Leave a kiss. And in her ear Whisper this: That you bring With your light Dreams from my heart, And "goodnight." West Palm Beach Notes -Last Friday night seisie of Con g regation Beth El were held at the Moose hall and were conducted by Cantor Boris Schlachman of Miami Be"ach These services will be continued throughout the summer. • • • A V ery important meeting ofthe loca l Bnai Brith lodge was held at Moose hall last Monday night wuh Mr D Feldman. prominent corn munal worker and president of the X presiding. One of the matters ^cussed was the proposed masked ; u t to prevent any demonstration between Jews and non-Jews. Follow w the formal business meeting a oclal hour was spent and Cantor Sachman was heard in a series of Yiddish folk songs. • • of Miss Mildred Greenberg. One of the major issues of the day appears to be the matter of beer and avoirdupois to her who wishes to be slender. The storing of fat in regions where enbonpoint presents the spectacle of floating power may become a serious problem for both women and men, sneer as masculinity may at its fleshiness. Thanks to Professor LaFayette B. Mendel, who holds a seat at Yale, we are made acquainted with the relative fattening qualities of milk and beer. The prof, tells us that a quart of beer contains 545 calories, or but 105 fewer than a quart of milk. The simple process of extracting the square root of beer clearly shows that one is pretty dern near going to produce round angles and chubby hypotenuses in a finish wrestle with a quart a day. Of course, the plump constituency can circumvent cataclysmic results by foregoing certain dainty refections such as buttered spuds, baked tripe and Hungarian goulash. Included also in the prof's admonition is the warning that corsets do NOT tend to reduce any touch of obesitv that may appear as suddenly as an unwanted child. They merely hold the fractious lumps m subjection for the nonce. Sock trie corporations, Knock 'em to the walls! Never spread taxation So it's shared by all! Smack the man in bizzness — Sock below the belt! Never put the taxes Where they wont be felt! After I've loved you with all of my heart. You want to be friends as we were at the start; After I've given you body and soul. You offer friendship for the love that you stole; After those hours of sweet precious bliss, You'd give a handshake instead of a kiss! You, who could take me, and make me obey. You chose to take me —and throw me away; Now we've been lovers, you want to be friends. Can this be the way that all "true love" ends? I'm sick, I'm disgusted. I'm tired of life, I guess, after all. I'll go back to my wife! Oh. lovely one so sweet and small. Alongside you I seem so tall. Your eyes of brown, your hair of red. They torture me. at night, in bed. Those eyes of brown, that shine aglow. Must I tell them so they knowThat I would feel your head at rest Here upon my trembling breast? You live, but only in my dreams — A nymph who comes and goes, it seems; Who now is here and then is gone — To leave me throbbing — all alone! her. more's the When the mercury drops to zerothat's nothing. The man who fights and runs away may live to run another day. Beauty is but skin deep, and therefore on an equal footing with freckles. Some jokes you can't see the point of and some points you can t see the joke of. The average woman wastes a lot of time trying to transform a wrinkle into a dimple. Satan would be unable to run his business if men didn't furnish him so much free help. Prof.: "Wake that fellow next to you. will you?" Student: "Aw, do it yourself, you put him to sleep." Your body's in a cage Where you stalk up and down. Impatient you rage. But your soul is in the deep wood. And your heart beats high. Climbing the hills at dawn Under a cobalt sky. Or in the elderberry swamp With your muzzle in the stream. Or on your haunches bending the wild plum bough. A cage cannot hold a dream. Fellow down east, posing as a scientist, found "some things so small that their size is but one-millionth that of the smallest light wive." So that's the dirty crook of a pickpocket that cleaned me out! The girl I love. She is a dove. But I must shoot pity; Her baby-talk is her long-suit — She thinks it's awf'ly, awfly cute, And witty. And if we don't Tawt baby tawt. Drate big he-mans dets sore. And says. "Oo tunnin ittle sing. Don't oo wuve sweet Poppa No more?" Mr. Morgan didn't care anything about that midget sitting on his knee. It probably felt good after having had the senate on his neck so long. Most folks work harder trying to get a Job where they don't hafta work than they'd hafta work if they got a job where they did hafta work. It's what you think that makes the world Seem dull or bright to you; Your mind may color all things gray Or make them radiant hue. Be glad today, be brave and wise. Seek Truth amid the dross; I Waste neither time nor thought about The bridge you'll never cross. There's useful work for you to do With hand and brain and heart; There's urgent human service, too. In which to take your part. Make every' opportunity Worth while, and not a loss; The best is yours, so do not fear The bridge you'll never cross. If life seems drab and difficult, just face it with a will; You do not have to walk alone, Since God is with you still. Press on with courage toward the goal. With Love your shield emboss; Be strong, look up, and just ignore The bridge you'll never cross.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 9, 19331 SOCIETY MISS Mildred Oreenberg received high honors last week at the graduation exercises of the University of Miami when she received the degree Ol bachelor m music, "magna cum laude." Among others graduating were Robert Allan Welnsteln, Frank Charles Rose. Samuel Liever, all recelving degrees. Miss Pauline H. Lasky and Jerome David Silversteln received certificates In the two-year course ol education. • • • Though the store operated by Dobson St Company, at the corner of S. W. Eighth avenue and Fourth Street, whore a fire sale of groceries is being conducted daily, is crowded to capacity, Mr. J O. Davis, who la In charge, la receiving much praise and commendation for the exceptionally courteous treatment of the customerby the different employe.-. The efficient methods used in checkin.i purchases al the cashier's counters has helped In treat measure to permit the customer to pick his purchases pay tor them and leave the store m exceptionally rapid time. Dobson .*.• Company recently purchased the fire stock of Hill Brothers, one Of the oldest and largest wholesale groceries tion of the country. The sale Will be I tinned until the ei ck :disp sed ol and tl-.i -ami' > ourtCOUS and l :: tmi :.' :promised all CU Cat man of Miam; i'" Id epresentalIve of The Jew: r ridian, .spent Thursday m Miami be:,ire resuming his /'/ AYINC AT THE 7111 AVENUE THEATRE Radio Synagog The regular services of the Radio Synagog, under the auspices of Rabbi S. M. Machtei. its founder and director, will be heard Sunday morning over WIOD at 10 a.m. when Herbert U. Feibelman. well known local attorney and Jewish communal worker, will be the gue.st speaker and will have as the subject of his address "The Rise in the Spiritual Value." The usual prayers and music will be heard. MADGE EVANS tour ol the state. He visited West Palm Beach. Fort Lauderdale and Lake Worth during the past week and reports continued activities ol fewish community in thosi sections, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David congregation left last Monday by I New York City, where he 'will spend the next three and a half months visiting some i and friends He will also be religious ditor and counselor for one of the largest boys' camps in the country Ing the week-ends ol Ins vacabeli r the f ol mmittee I a drive here tor the Join; DistribuGerman Jews R< ind Anno will appear in an early issue of The Jewish Floridian, A series ot educational affairs and lectures for the members of the Jewish Men's Club of Miami, formerly the Hebrew Athletic club, will begin -oon. according to plans now being formulated by the officers and board of the organization. • • Mr Max Rappaport. who left last week to visit a sick brother in Clarksdale, Mis-, returned to Miami tins week. Beth David Talmud Torah. during the absence ot Rabbi Max Shapiro ot the congregation, will be under the direction of Mr. E. Gordon, who si \ton of the congregation. Mr. and Mrs Sam Kirstein ol Ington, D. c. arrived here last week to visit Mrs, Kirstein's parMr. and Mr.S Merson of this city. They will remain here permanently. Relief Drive Is Endorsed (Continued from Tage One) Joint Distribution committee, with the understanding that inconformancc with the wishes of contributors and donors these funds are to be used exclusively for German relief. We pel that In this way the best results will be obtained for the money collected than if the B'nai B'rith were to undertake to administer repel in Germany through other independent channels." Ludwig Vogelstein, chairman of the executive board of the Union of American Hebrew congregations. nave that organization's endorsement of the Joint Distribution com( OMPLETE Beer Equipment \|s„ Domestic Refrigerator* Geo. Patterson. Inc. I III". Hi-rnvTullpd. PholM 2-l-.il mittee's work in a letter to Rabb Wise which read in part: "Your organization is engaged in one of the most Important task that confronts the Jewish people ta day. The union and its allied organ| izations wish you not only sucoM in your undertaking, but trust tha the effort will meet with sympa thetic response on the part of tly Jews in America, so that we may of valuaDle assistance to our folk Jews in distress." Biscayne Arena Biscayne'Blvd. at 8th St. MONDAY NIGHT. 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am Page Two Arrangements for the house and garden dance of the Hebrew Athletic club to be held at the Jewish community center on June 25 are being made by a committee headed by Emanuel Weinkle. • Hebrew Athletic club celebrated its entree in the Coconut Grove Diamond Ball league by losing a closely contested game to Opa-Locka last week. The Jewish team had a very large squad out and the shifting of the players was a contributing factor in losing the game. Athletic Director Ralph Grossman is very confident that the material on hand will the girl, and take his pleasure while he remains. Ultimately, he is sent back to the United States. He leaves, promising to return "when the robins nest again." In his heart, he is not so sure of that fact, however. But the girl takes him at his word. He does return, years later, but under entirely different circumstances — circumstances which bring the picture to a dramatic, heart-stirring climax. • • • Oscar the seal, one of the best known residents at Catalina Island, has made his debut in talking pictures. His entry occurred during the filming of a scene for "Past Life," blossom forth into a strong team I lhe motorboat racing story featuring and the public is invited to come out | William Haines and an all-star cast. to the games to root for their team. A schedule of the games will appear in an early issue of The Jewish Floridian. • • • Black-eyed Sylvia Sidney, eyebrows slanted and .hair lacquered, plays the title role in "Madame Butterfly." modernized screen version of one of the most treasured romances shouted, which opens Sunday and Monday at the 7th Avenue theatre. Two highspeed water craft were lined up alongside the big pier at Avalon, which is Oscar's favorite haunt. Cameras were focussed and Harry Pollard stood ready to direct the action. "All right, .start the scene!" he MRS. JENNIE II. ROTFORT Recently elected president of the local Junior Hadassah. ot all time, which comes to the Tivoli theatre Sunday and Monday. Cary Grant. Charlie Ruggles, Irving Pichel and Helen Jerome Eddy play the principal supporting roles. The story centers around Miss SidHumes and Cliil Edwards sat down on the edge oi one of the boats and started their dialogue. Everything was running smoothly until one of the technical men noticed what appeared to be the head of a ney, cast as a high-born Japanese bewhiskered old man coming to the mil. and Grant, lieutenant in the | surface. U. S. Navy, stationed in Japan, who fall in love. When Grant learns that divorce in Japan is a simple matter, requiring only that the husband leave the wife, he decides to marry Arfulta 20r Children 10c Ito Office open* .", : I.", p.m. Sunday Sundav and Monday. June 11-12 "FAST LIFE" with William Haines Madge Evans Dade Mattress Co. Manufacturer* and Ketailera MattreMr.es. Ho\ Springs. Pillows and Cushions SlerilixinK. Ri-nowitinu and I'pholslcring FACTOHV TO VIII 1242 N. MIAMI AVENl'E TELEPHONE 2-110* 'Hey. somebody's swimming into the shot!" he called to Pollard. The cameras were stopped immediately. Moo-0-0!" came a sound like that of a fog-horn. Oscar was paying his respects to the Metro-GoldwvnMayer company and talking pictures in general. • Mrs. Myer Friedman and daughter. Marjorie. left this week to spend their summer vacation visiting relatives and friends in New York. Atlantic City and vicinity. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper entertained with a house warming last Sunday evening, when cards were played. At a late hour a dutch supper was served. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs Leon Levitt. Mr. EAT SGHCOLNIK'S NEW YORK Bohemian Rye Produced by New York Bread & Cake Co., Inc. SKEETS RADIO & Electric Supply We are equipped to build or repair all makes of short and long wave Radios. Bring your Radio for complete check-up by the NEW RADIO ANALYZER No charge for this service. 236 S. W. SIXTH STREET %  + + jGAMP WOHELO For Girls \n ideal Vacation spot for Your Daughter I BERTH \ BERKOW IK II LEVY IN HIT and Director I lilda Riesner l*C7 S. W. Thirteenth Sire, t Ml Ufl REPRESENTATIVE Fur Information Phone 3-2493 T ICE COLD ; DRAUGHT I BEER ICc LARGE SIZE GLASS SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Go. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. I 11." W. Mauler St. 7.1.1 K. W. .11th St. PHONE 2-3-12 THE HOF BRAU Just Opened I Bar Kosher Sandwiches and Lunches Open All Night JOHN MOREY I C16 Collins Ave. Miami Beach and Mrs. B. Seddon. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Atkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sllversteln. • • • The marriage of Miss Sophy Linker, sister of Mr. Leo Linker, Brooklyn attorney to Mr. Samuel L. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller of Miami, took place Sunday. June 4 at the Beth David synagogue in Miami. Rabin Max Shapiro officiated at the ceremony, assisted by Rabbis Mendel and Gurewitz. Mr, and Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum oi the Oxford hotel gave the bride away and Mr. Irving Miller was best man for his brother. A reception and dinner following the ceremony was held at the Palatial restaurant, at which 30 guests were present. The bride is a teacher at the Tilden High school of Brooklyn. N. Y. and the groom is a member of the firm of Miller Bros., operating a chain of drug stores locally. • • • Mr and Mrs. S. Katz. prominent pioneers and communal workers of Port Lauderdale. recently moved to Miami Beach and are now located In the Madison apartments there. • • • Cantor Nathan Wroobcl. who conducted services at the Dayton. Ohio. synagogue the past 8hvuoth, returned to Miami today. • • • Election of officers for the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association will be held next Wednesday night. June 14, at the Beth David Talmud Torah. None but delegates from the constituent organizations will be permitted to vote at this meeting. • • • The Jewish Men's Club of Miami, formerly Hebrew Athletic club, will hold installation of newly elected officers at a banquet to be tendered tlie Jewish community center on the evening of June 18. A program including entertainment and prominent speakers has been arranged by the committee in charge, Including Hyman Apte, Philip Lerner, and Murray Kellman. • • • At t meeting of the board of di<>! the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation. Messrs. William Mechlowltz, H. M. Drevich and J. Louis Shochet were re-appointed it" to the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association, They have now completed two terms as delegate! and this will be their third term In office. • • • Miss Irene Segall of Baltimore will arrive in Miami on or about June IS to make the final arrangements for conducting the Miami campers of Camp Wohelo, in the Blue Ridge mountains of Pennsylvania, on the Seaboard air line on Thursday, June L'9. Miss Segall will be the guest of Mis. Alex Goldstein of 810 Euclid avenue, Miami Beach. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, director of Camp Wohelo, has made arrangements for the campers from Atlanta. Ga.. to join with the Miami campers en route. A very fine program has been arranged for the campers en route to camp. Miss Segall will be glad to furnish any additional information to parentwho may desire to send their girls to Camp Wohelo. • • Quite a large number of friends of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. former rabbi of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation, attended a farewell reception tendered him at the home of Mrs. Jack Hirsch. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David congregation, was a special guest of honor during the evening. The home was beautifully decorated for the affair and guests enjoyed the goodies that were served from the hv.vily laden tables. Assisting Mrs. Hirsch in entertaining were Mrs. J. L. Shochet. Mrs. Nathan Abramson. Mrs. R. Beck. Mrs. Louis Pallott and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. During the evening a beautiful gift was presented to Rabbi Caplan 4 • • As we go to press the Hebrew Athletic club is sponsoring a benefit card party at the Jewish community cej ter. Prizes have been donated by M ami merchants. Refreshments al being served. The entire proceei will go towards the purchasing uniforms for the diamond ball teail which has just entered the Coconu Grove Diamond Ball league. Nj Blumberg is chairman of the affaii • • • A watermelon card party is beini sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliaH of the Miami Jewish Orthodox conl grcgation for Tuesday evening, JunJ 13. at the synagogue beginning at p.m. Prizes will be awarded for hlj scores, and watermelon will I among the refreshments served] Mesdames M. Kotkin and Max KupJ i ferstein are co-hostesses. The publia is invited. • • • A general meeting of the entire membership of the Miami Jewish! Orthodox congregation will be heldl | at the synagogue on Tuesday ex.-[ | Ding, June 20. at which time reports] of the business of the organization! will be presented. Ways and means! I for the work of the organization ton] I the summer months will be dl -1 cussed. Refreshments will be pro\ vided following the business session, RADIO REPAIR A ADJUSTMENT SERVICE N. W. 7th Ave. at 34th St. Phone 2-5055 Equipped with the most complete line of radio lest and repair equipment in Miami, wishes to announce that we are in a position to service all types (house or car) radios that you have been unable to get results with as well as regular replacement jobs at minimum cost. Radio repairing is an engineering proposition and calls for Training Experience and Equipment. I Better be sure than sorry.l Dealers' work solicited. Free Examination and Pickup NICELEY Funeral Home 12.16 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-3355 Dr. A. T. Knowles 2936 N. W. 17th Ave. Phone 2-T.IIII MODERN PET HOSPITAL I.ante Individual Itnardinx Run* Effective Tick Medicine Sold King Funeral Home To Serve Humanity Better Operated by FRANK G. McGHAN'S WIDOW 29 N. W. 3rd Ave. Phonca I-151S—2-1621 Automobile Storage Bonded Warehouse SPECIAL RATES FOR SEASON L. A. JONES, Inc. I N. E, 20TH ST. AND N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-6312 A nnouncing the opening of HOBBY'S BEER GARDEN 1548 S. W. 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! H ^nc 9, 1933. OCIETY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Mrs. Max .Sliaff is announcing the { ,pproacliinK marriage of her daughlo Dr. Leonard Finn, I chich will l) '' an event of June 18 I mends arc invited to attend the reI option which will be held at the I Dome of the bride June 18 at 8 p.m. I So cards will be issued. • • • Max llniiman and niece, Mrs. I Dorothy Pepper entertained for Mi.ss I J Schail with a personal shower week. Bridge was enjoyed by I : .o LUR'-IS Prizes for high scores I nre won by Mrs. Sadye Pepper, ; L Shapiro, Miss Gladys AbenDurlng i he latter part of the I wning delicious refreshments were I served. • • I Coming to Miami in 1912, L. A. I Jones engaged in the storage busilaess about live years ago and is now I operating the only exclusive auto I • race warehouse in this district at larth Miami avenue and Twentieth I fff. The storage space is about 191000 square feet with a concrete I not. insuring lowest insurance rates | nr cars and contents because of the libsolute fireproof construction of j irehouse. The lower floor is | occupied by the Mammoth Food I Stores and the Clarke and Lewis Icmpany. Everything in the warelane is bonded and customers are lisured of absolute safety and propIs care of their cars at all times at thai are remarkably low. Pros* Ipectivc customers are invited to inIspect the building. • • • | About L'oo Miamians turned out j today evi ning at the Roman Pools PLAYING AT THE TIVOU Till A i RI rage Five THKITTy Laundry Service ral .,rk Irontd, ornrinic apparel dani|i and ready in iron. "• %  way. Tui-on. and Jrtnr.da.. |] |h, INr.dav and Irida,. JO ll„. WHITE BELT LAUNDRY for the gala joint celebration of the Junior Hadassah and the Hebrew Athletic club. A continuous program including swimming in the twin pools, dancing in the ballroom, entertainment, races and exhibitions by professional talent, marked an unusual evening which helped cement the good will relations between both organizations. Three relay teams competed in the first aquatic event with the "C" team winning. A ladies' race resulted in Edna Stanford, Jeanctte Cole, Frances Kane, and Sarah Weinstein winning. The winners were awarded beautiful prizes in the ballroom. Miami merchants were the donors of the gifts Phil Kaplan, drum major, gave a performance of a baton manipulation. Leo Ackerman was master of ceremonies. Leo Chaikin was chairman of the joint committee in charge of : the arrangements. The committee included: Milton Klein. Murray Kellman and Ralph Grossman, judges of the races; Sol Levin, Lena Wcinkle, Sylvia Rayvis. Emanuel Weinkle, Sylvia Kellman. Herbert Snowe, and Philip Lerner, chairman, in charge of refreshments; Jack Atkins, music; Sylvia Chauneey and Pauline Lasky completed the committee. Mrs. Jennie Rot fort and Mr. Murray Grossman, presidents of the organization*, were reception chairmen. • • • Funds recently raised through the benefit bridge for the Jewish sufferers in Germany amounting to 50 dollars were forwarded to the Jewish Daily Forwards of New York for remittance to the Joint Distribution committee, according to an announcement by Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Chairman of the committee which directed the affair. • • • Rabbi S. M. Machtei will return to Miami the early part of next week to resume his activities as director SYLVIA SIDNEY of the Radio Synagog. At this time announcement will be made of the establishment of a permanent home for its activities. • • • The annual donor's dinner of the Junior Hadassah will be held on Monday, June 12. at the Tropical Jungle Gardens and will be open to all who have completed their quota of the S5.00 mve, get or earn event. The affair, which will be. a dinner dance, will have an additional program as well as the regular floor show. The attention of the public and the members is called to the fact that only on tickets purchased through members prior to coming to the affair will the organization recelve any benefit. Reservations may be made through any member of the committee. • • Mrs. Freda Lutzky, active communal worker here, left last week to spend some time in North Carolina. She is expected to return to Miami In the early fall. Soy Bean Bread and MI hi r >i',el:iMe bfMdl GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. IKS W. Hauler SI. 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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 9, I93I %  :• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:•:• •:• •; &f # # + •:• •:• •:• &f&f&f&f &f &f &f&f &f &f &f &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f Siai-ui S'gttagng Unllrtm Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI | I MWIKNT UIM! Dinotor. Kailio SVIIUICOK of America • SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA % Vol. II. SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1933. No. 6. f •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •;. *.;. ..;..;. *.;..;. *.;. *.;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. %  ).;. <. THE SHOFAR D URING the month of Ellul. the monUi preceding the High Holy days, m every Orthodox .synagogue, daily, except Saturday, at the close of the morning service, the "Shofar," a trumpet made of the horn of a ram. i> blown. Thu same Instrument will be blown, according to prescribed Instructions, on the New Years day and at the close of the Atonement services. The scripture reading indicates that the trumpet was used as a signal on all festive or holy occasions. But. during the month of Ellul it has a .special significance. I T Is a warning. The rabbis tell us that with the approach of the New Year — the Judgment day. even the fish in the ocean tremble. All living creature* are awestruck with the solemnity and the holiness of the rapidly approaching day of judgment — when all lhat has life passes the Holy Throne for Inspection and for judgment. The month of Ellul is a month of warning. Maimonides Interprets the sound of the shofar In these words: "Awake, ye sleepers, and ponder your deeds; remember your Creator and go back to Him In penitence. Be not of those that miss reality in their hunt alter shadows, and waste their years in seeking after vain things which cannot profit or deliver. Look well to your souls and consider your acts: forsake each of you his evil ways and thoughts, and return to God. so that He may have mercy upon you." I N addition to the sounding of the shofar. special prayers of forgiveness. "slichos" are recited each day. These prayers are founded in the tradition of the ascent of Moses to the mountain on the first of Ellul. He -pint forty days and returned on the tenth of Tishrai with the Divine message, "I have pardoned in accordance with thy words of prayer." We cherish the hope that we may ourselves receive such a heavenly response on the Day of Atonement, and we. therefore, follow the example of Moses by spending these days m devotional exercises, or slichos — asking forgiveness The sound of the shofar aids in awakening us to earnest reflection and true Improvement. T HE .symbolism of the ram's horn in preference to the silver trumpet in accordance with scriptural instruction is that we remind God of the readiness with which Abraham carried out His order to sacrifice Isaac. God then sent the ram as a substitute for Isaac. We invoke the same spirit ol mercy en ourselves. I CAN almost hear some ''wiseacres" .-linker and I can see them sneer at the •folly" and superstition of such procedure. They know best. Who needs a shofar? Why recite slichos? Why ask forgiveness? They have been places and have seen things. They know that it is all unnecessary. Haven't they t and prospered? Haven't they scorned and scoffed al all that some people consider holy and have "gotten awav with it"? I I .true They have led charmed lives. They have ignored the warnings of automobile horns and have crossed the street-s without accident. They have driven through red lights and have escaped injury. Does that mean that the use 01 horns and the practice of installing street lights should be abolished? No' If those' who ignore warnings and who consider rules unnecessary were to live tor one day 111 a community where these did not exist and where they were not enforced—why—they just wouldn't live or be healthy very lone It is the carefulness of the average citizen that has given a charm to the lives of the scorners. I F the entire community ceased to listen lor the sound of the shofar and Ignored its implication; it the entire citizenry took it into their heads to take the same chances that these scorners do. life and health would be in jeopardy. Because there are. in every community, men and women who ke stock 01 themselves, who are awakened, periodically, to their own Its. and who att4 nipt. In some measure, to improve themselves, that we have a state Ol society where human life, and personal property, have a value. Tin sound of the shofar is not one whose vibrations are inaudible to any but Jewish ears The Old Testament is a part of Christianity as much as :; ;.a part of Judaism. The Torah was given on Mount Sinai, in the Wilderness, and not in Palestine. No man can say that the Law is meant tor Jews alone. It was handed down in neutral, or rather, common territory, that all mankind may have it. I SRAEL never considered itself separate and apart from all God's chilli. In the Temple, sacrifices were offered for all nations and peoples: f 01 ness was asked for all the human race. Judaism is a universal religion. The sound of the shofar reaches the ears of all. The need for introspection exists at the hearth of every home in the land. No man or won ::<< turn wrongful acts or thoughts that, at no time, is there a need tor meditation and for resolutions of betterment and self-improvement. R ECENTLY I heard a radio sermon by a prominent Christian clergyman who is considered liberal and a friend of the Jews. He made references to the Jews in this particular sermon. Some may have considered these quotations as a gesture of friendship towards the Jew. Yet, there was a slur in them, an indirect hint that the materialism of the age was attributable to the dissemination of the money-making tendencies by the Jews. The learned pastor, unintentionally, must have added fuel to the fire that smoulders in the minds of some of his co-religionists that the disintegration of society may be laid at the feet of that overly abused, and universal scapegoat, the Jew. Our rabbis have warned us that we must exercise caution in speaking well of our neighbors. We may do them harm. H. U. FEIBELMAN Prominent attorney, who will be the guest speaker of the Radio SynagOg Sunday. while praising them. The sages give the example of a man relating to a friend, in a public thoroughfare, that so-and-so is a very good business man; he has just closed a deal and collected a large sum of money in gold. A thief was passing these two and overheard that remark. He went to the home of so-and-so that very night and robbed him. A flattering remark, yet it brought misery to the man. L END ear to the sound of the shofar. Take stock of yourself. Spend time in sincere reflection. Test your reactions to warning signals. Put your friendship to the test. Resolve to begin the New Year in keeping with the laws of honor and justice. What New Year? Why today, tomorrow? Every day begins a new year. Every hour gives you a birth of life. Don't go through life as a sumnombulist. Listen for the sounds of the shofar. TIVOLIi W. Flakier ml 8th %  Phone 2-3352 Sunday and Monday. June 11-12 "Madame Butterfly" with Sylvia Sidney, Cary Grant, and Charlie Ruggles BON TON Dry Cleaners We i mil For and Deliver Carpet, and Hags Cleaned or Dyed We Do Pleating Plant and Main Office: 37 N. W. :.th A>e. Phone I-S715 FISHERMAN | Come out to 79th Street — get j your bait and tackle at the Tarpon Tackle Shop! 79th St. and Biscayne Blvd. j ..STAR.. Cleaners DYERS LOUIS POX, Manager F R i: i: Sir' the inn RCA VICTOR RADIOS Home Auto Hoal Free Jig-Saw Puzzle to ,\|| Viewing the New Radios Pan-American Radio, Inc. ISO!. N. 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wJewisti florid! tin Vol. 6\'o. -'• FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1933. Price Five Cents Relief Drive Is Endorsed The Ame'-ic an Jewish committee, Ladies To Hold Pioneer Citizen Known Educator j j Banquet Sunday Dies Suddenly NamedForSchool jAnnottncementsj "dependent Order of Bna, L and the Union of Amencan L* Congregations, three of the and most influential Jewish Satlons in America, have enEd th e effort ol the German ReJ^paigi, of the Amencan Jewh Joint Distribution committee 1*18 seeking $2,000,000 for suf!" j i termany, and have ; W upon the m,mbo.s of their Jpectlve groups to support the campaign The approval of these organiza%  m came In letters addressed to Babbi Jonah B. Wise, national airman I the American Jewish jont Distribution committee. They m supporting the relief appeal of the Joint Distribution committee beause .rganiaation. which B non-political and has acquired a status similar to that of the AmericanRecf: becauseol Its 19 ,f experience In relief and reconstructior. work abroad, is the only author. %  qualified agency to receive and distribute reliel funds abroad. Rabbi Wise, who re( returner, from Germany, conta ted jewisl. in that countrv who have,,: a Central R Recor. mn ltt< % %  which will admirn--': all fui icaar. I the aid ol desln Germany. Xhe in Jewish comn letter a signed by Dr. Cyi pn Idi nt. and Is as follow "It i of gratification t the American JewI bacon is ll should be those sympathy for oui -rellgionlsl In Oi rmany. ,,n Joint Distribution coi about to Is appeal : to the Jews in Germany. : i political Ol nomic view of the situation may be. there cai be only one mind on the dng measures % %  to in a ubstanttal way these stricken pc< .ued that we shall be verj happy to cooperate In lay." The B'nai B'rlth's endorsement was contained in a circular letter which \ -nit out by the national I the order to seer. is local lodges throughout the country. This letter p out the need of coming to the aid of the Jew m Germany, and urged all members ol the B'nai B'rith to make their contributions through the Joir.t Distribution committee "Tin national administration of 'he B"nal B'rith," the letter read. deems It its duty to urge upon evtullest cooperation with •he Jolnl Dl tributlon committee In 'ts compalgns on behalf of relief of %  %  %  ii in Germany and elseSuch cooperation is very much more preferable to the creation of new competing machinery. pecial effort., ari' made B'nai B'rith lodge t raisi II Or part oi which are to be ted for relief of the German national administration ii h fund be transmitIf d to the national office In Cin"nna%Ki y t forward UM e amount.., to the headquarters of the • ontinued on Page six i What promises to be one of the aala events of the season is the formal installation banquet ol the Ladles' auxiliary of the Miami Ji Orthodox congregation this coming Sunday evening. June 11. at the Palatial Kosher restaurant. A number ot prominent guests have aci invitations to attend, and enU : men) has b> en provided I evening an outstanding affair. Ri ervatlons are now being a. and may be made with ti. ol 'hi' committee consisting ot MesMax Kupferstein, Ni Abramson and J. L. Shochet. J Large Audience Sees Exercises : Bet h I >.'•' %  . H. chairman of the program com:: A reception followed tin I : Mrs. LOUiS Ha'.:::.;: 13T N, E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi Beginning with services on Friday night, services will be held in Kaplan hall during the summer months. and will be very brief. Services for the benefit of those who take then religion seriously and wish to attend services. A meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women was held last Ponce de Leon hotel and committee appointmi announced were: Membership. Millli Ways and Means. Bett; Greenberg: Publicity. Harriet Kan: .,: i simon: Religion. Tillie Predinger: Entenainmeiv : the Ex. board HOS] :de Rappa%  •• ... Ida Cohen.: Nat Proje Schaff: Social SerBi v.".: ik fl Drai %  Sheldon; Bulletin. Sylvia >a Flo Merlin • C. Myers : ., %  • sponsor, Mrs. Harry I Ma\ :. .:. local circl. adopted ating when it was agreed that those eel would sponiffair. the proceed.: which would go to the Junior CounMiss Da:.-y Schaff will be in -•. of a series c: rnsored by the izatlon will be given at the Coral Gables Country club on Sunday eveJuly 2. In addition the:cries of bridges that will be held during thi All members of the board are asked to attend a meeting at the home of MrFlo Merlin. 527 N. W. Fifth avenue, on Tuesday evening. June 13. beginning at 8 p.m. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conaervatieel 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Friday evening services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning sei begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed by Marrtv begin at 6:30. Dai'.' vices begin at 8 a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION t Irthodoxl IS41 S. w. Third Street JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi I .. • : vices begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning st: begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and Marnv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud Torah will resume on Monday at the usual hour. Arrangements for it may be made by calling the sexton, Mr William Clein. 20879. Sewell Chosen Mayor Of Miami New Name Is Club Decision Welfare Bureau Sponsors Bridge All residentand tourists ter Miami section an urged to the benefit card party heir* sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary ot ln e Jewish Welfare bureau Columbus hotel Wedn. da: ev June 21. b. t„l be awarded for i and hments will b !" eds 111 The Hebrew Athletic club held an important meeting at its commur.r,\ centre Wednesday night and by an helming vote changed the name of the organization to "The Jewish Men's Club of Miami." Plans for a series of affairs to be held by the organization were announced. The appointment of the Public Relations committee to be headed by A. Rosenfeld was announced by the president. The officers recently elected will be inducted into office at a public installation to be held on -.8 at the clubrooms of the club. immittee In charge con Apte. Murray Kellman and H. Lerner. Und. Mr. Murray Grossman, the la gaining in membership and ting rapid progress this year. E. G. Sewell. who led the ticket in the Miami city election T when three commissioners were elected, was named mayor of Miami when the new commission met on Thursday afternoon for the purpc-e 0 f : Mr. Sewell was nominated by Commissioner C. H. Reedmd the proposal was seconded by Commissioner Orville Rigby. The meeting was attended by one of the largest gatherings ever held in the commission chamber. Commissioner R. B. Sautter, the retiring mayor, took occasion to congratulate the new commlssioi and thanked the people for the splendid support they gave him during his term in office. Commissioner Harry E. Platt also spoke. nerous floral tributes were pred to Mayor Sewell during the session. Mr. Sewell served as mayor ami during 1928 to 1930. He is a Miami pioneer. Maccabee's Tag Day Saturday Miami's bid for the 500 -room, year-round resort hotel to be built in Florida by the Maccabees will be presented to the International Su preme council, meeting in Detroit June 25-29. Through a delegation and 26-piece orchestra composed of high school students, A. M. Coffin. manager for the organization. said today. Announcement was made several months ago by state offl Iting in Miami that Florida would be chosen as the location of the proposed hotel and Miami Beach might be the selected city. The organization had the city commission TuesSaturday as a tag day to provide funds with which to send the orchestra to the council. The Mac Miami are composed of 200 men and women and about 500 juniors. Mr. Coffin said. Beth David Board Chooses Officers ently elected administrative board of Beth David congregation, Stanley c My. u elected preside) Ham MarkOWitZ, vice president. Louis and Leo Ackerretary. Appointment of committee heads will be announced at an early date.