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The Jewish Floridian ( June 23, 1933 )

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1 LORIDA'S ONLY JEW!SH WEEKLY
jew And Gentile
Speak Out
Athletic Club
Will Celebrate
___^lll^1iIDA- i>ayT7unF
23, 1933.
'""' '""":i1 "nquel an,l installa-
tion oi the recently elected offlcei
Famous Cantor New Officers
Dies Suddenly To Be Installed
Price Five Cents

At the dinner which launched the
il'ooo.000 campaign to help the suf- ','','.''1 M"br'w Athletic dub will be
Germany, held at the
Recently elected officers ol the
Hotel Commodore in New York, two
iddresses -tood forth; one by Gov-
ernor Lehman of New York and the
yj!,,,- by Janus Ci. McDonald, a
non-Jew. chairman of the Foreign
policy association.
Governor Lehman In his address
outlined the ideals and achieve-
ments of ill!' American Jewish Joint
Distribution committee, of which he
Yosele Rosenblatt, famous m every
spot throughoul the entire world for I Junior Hadassah will be installed at
' imarkabl, Interpretation of a banquet which will be held Mon-
Ylddish litunrlcaj music and folk day evening, June 26, a, the Cara
"- ^VinJerTSr *"*> ""* "* "" ** romer'
l,H" Thursday evemng, June 29 be-
flnnin at 7 a1 Gratz ,.,.Mau_
W be provided In addition to the us ZntetedTS Whe"hehad PM' prMiden' f the organization.
""'""' Installation ceremonies M,- ,' *"" *?uw ""' ;''s '*"" The banquet hall
>ay Kellman is chairman ol the Z nfi CDW The causp wUI dec* ',-,; ":"' A|)'" :"K1 ***< a large crowd atten
I Announcements!
i
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Wellington Ave., Miami Beach
hairman ol ti. ,,. hl. ,, ,, '.....'" *"v """,'......"*' UCL'""-a "> rainoow colors
rangements committee and he la Z was a h attack He and officers will be installed with
s burled In Jerusalem last Tues- the rainbow theme running through
nded the the ceremonies. A musical program
ny member ol the committee, the prominent rab'bis"^ p'lT' ""' ^'^ ^^ l ""
Banquet Guests
Final plan- for the formal Instal-
lation banquet ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery association were
announced by members ol the ar-
ments committee and include
a number ol speakers of note as well
IS a musical program. The affair,
Which will be held at Beth David
Talmud Torah hall Wednesday eve-
ning. June i>8. beginning at 7:30 p.
m.. will have as its guests the offi-
cers ami directors of the association
and their wives, the presidents,
retaries, vice presidents and treas-
urers ol Beth David. Beth Jacob and
Miami Jewish Orthodox congrega-
tlons, the presidents of the Sister-
hoods and Ladies' auxiliary ol the
three congregations and a number
oi the leading Jewish communal
workers ol Miami, a report of the
work ol the organization for the
past several years and plans for the
future will be presented during the
veiin.. Addn ses Will be made by
the outgoing and incoming officers
officer since its incep- lOfflfPrc tr\ k**
mo. and declared that "its Bole pur-
pose ha> always been to relieve suf-
humanity wherever the need
IUgreatest." Discussing the present
emergency which made this carn-
al, the governor said:
The world is shocked at the in-
iquitous and unprecedented oilicial
n invoked by the Ger-
man government against those ol
our laith and race.
For countless generations Ger-
mans of Jewish faith have lived and
wrked. fought and died, for their
country. As was their duty and pnv-
thej gave to their country
their sole allegiance, their devotion,
their very lives. They loved Ger-
many; they had deep pride in its
ichievemenl Its national culture.
in its history, in their work and in
their native places. In every activity.
walk of life, loyal citizens
Pish faith contributed to the
upbuilding of what has been a meat
nation. In science and literature, in
and art, In business and in-
and m every form of spirit-
moral and intellectual activity,
and held an honored
place.
"Inpi i-ontributed to Ger-
many's well-being; in war they laid
Awn their lives for Germany's
-. itness.
"They could not do otherwise, as
good Jews Their spiritual tradition.
their deepest aspirations, permitted
noo'-': i because their faith,
hallowed by the traditions of count-
based on good citi-
mhln
"Suddenly, almost without warn-
official and national edict.
a-lof tin Jews of Germany 600.-
000 People were singled out for
instruction, i conomlcally, .socially.
nd politically. They have been har-
in public life, in mdus-
mmerce, and In the
ions.
bei n no secrecy, no
^iivocati,,,,. o thc part of lh(,
rnment, Hundreds of
.Hid women in all
,i been ruthlessly
v deprived of their
""s of livelihood, and of the pri-
: citizenship. Loyalty.
Wrtotism erviee, have counted for
lawyers, civil ser-
USual addresses by the officers and
the formal induction ceremonies.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. phone 33C87. or
Miss Lena Weinkle. phone 52273.
Many Become
U. S. Citizens
The usual services begin at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 8:30 and Mincha services, fol-
lowed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late
services have been discontinued un-
til the High Holidays. Daily services
begin at 8 a.m.
Cantor Yosele Rosenblatt
Cantor Rosenblatt was a native of
Biela Zerkoff, Russia, and when sev-
en years Old became an intimate of
the Sandlgurer "Rebbe." He sang
under various cantors and soon be-
came famous for his remarkable
voice and diction. He held his first
and no appeals for funds will be position as a cantor In Munkatch,
made. Actively assisting to the plans Hungary, then went to Pressburg.
and work for the installation ban- vvniile In Pressburg he composed his
re members Ol the .Sisterhood weU known Hebrew Melodies, and
ol Chesed Shel Ernes, parent organ- then went to Hamburg, where he
Izatlon of the Cemetery association, served six years. In 1913 he accepted
in charm' oi arrangements for the the position as cantor of the Hun-
banquet are H, M. Drewltch, Sol garian congregation In New York
Schwartz, M. B. Frank. Manuel Rip- City, one of the oldest and most In-
fluential Jewish Orthodox syna-
;><
and Mesdames Morris Kotkin.
goguea m the world. During the war
M Rippa. Sol Schwartz. Sadye G. ^ wM ^^ an cngagemenl wlth
Rose and L. Abrams the Chicago Opera Company, which
he declined because of his religious
scruples. During his stay in America
he loured South America. Africa.
Europe, and Palestine and every-
Miami Delegates
To Urge Hotel
where he was acclaimed as the lead-
Among those who were admitted
to United States citizenship amidst
impressive ceremonies in the United
States district court last Tuesday-
were Lazarus Abrams of Miami
Beach, former president of Beth
Jacob congregation; Morris Bain.
Samuel Schindler. Sydney H. Pal-
mer, prominent fraternal worker
here; Harry Rosalsky of the R. & L.
restaurant, David Wasserman and
M. Nelson. Judge Halsted Ritter,
who presided, delivered an interest-
ing address as he directed the new-
citizens to rise.
"I never admit a class into the
rights of this country as citizens
without feeling the hope that after
your examination, and your prepar-
ation, you are bringing into this
country lofty ideals, that you are
imbued with the privileges you are
about to enter upon, and that you
have thought a long time about this
action before you have taken It."
Judge Ritter told the newly-made
Americans after the oath of citizen-
ship was administered by Earle
Sprigg, deputy clerk.
-This country has ideals. This gov-
ernment is different from every oth-
er country. When people come into
this country from other govern-
ments they bring foreign ideas and
there is a tendency to look to these
foreign ideas, but you must now take
our own ideas of government, to
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Beginning with services on Friday-
night, sen-ices will be held in Kap-
lan hall during the summer months,
and will be very brief. Services for
fche benefit of those who take their
religion seriously and wish to at-
tend services.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(ConftervatUe)
139 N. w. Third Avenna
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Friday evening sen-ices begin at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning service!
begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed
by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily ser-
vices begin at 8 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
Friday evening services begin at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services
begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and
Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud
Torah will resume on Monday at
the usual hour. Arrangements for
Yahrzeit may be made by calling
the sexton, Mr. William Clein, 2-
0879.
mines what this country shall be
what its future shall be. and every
person exercising the voting privi-
lege ought to know for whom they
vote why they vote for an amend-
ment to the constitution or an ordi-
nance. That requires some reading
and inquiry. It is not for you to sit
university professors and oth-
11! mists, musicians, In-
-nr|a' workers, haw been driven
n *eir positions and have been
** the right to work at their vo-
">< right to an educa-
now being denied many ol
hildren and youths, re-
"* "I their intellectual quallfl-
'Contlnoed on Page 6)
down and say now I am an Ameri-
motivate your thinking and conduct. | can citizen. I don't know anything
We must develop these. We have about these questions. I wont, vote
ideas of government different from j or to vote because some person
trig exponent of Hebrew and Yiddish j anv others. If they are worth any- comes and says, 'vote so and so.' and
melodies of the century. His songs thing we must test them out. We you say all right.' That is the trou-
were produced In many languages cannot ignore these foreign ideas. Dle with people from foreign coun-
bj Cantor Rosenblatt and became Wt' lead abo"t 'hem. We study tries admitted as citizens in our
lion of Mlamians to attend Mie con- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ a|ikp ; thenii bul tnc duty of every Ameri. |arge vn^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^
thruogh graphophone and radio re- In Detroit shortly for the purpose ol ,,1I.(|lnL,.s His appearance as the can- '" ovcrnment and compare it with vote according to your conscience
suitability for Ha- tor In the Jazz Singer won acclaim l,"|,|" ideas-not to take the for-
eign idea first and say American
Ideas must sink in comparison.
"We arc in a bad state of mental
thinking everywhere in the world.
Plans for the sending ol a i
nians to attend the con-
vention of the Maccabees to be held
Miami s
locati.....'i a 500-room hotel will be
made at a meetlni to be held today.
The meeting, which will be held In J
he Seybold building offices of the
Maccabees, will outline plans to
;;|,.,. funds to send the Junior band
.ind a delegation ol Miami's leading
for him and this resulted in a num-
ber ot concert engagements In this
country. Hi' first made the "falsetto"
dice popular among Jewish audi-
ences. He also appeared In a number
oi other talking pictures.
He appeared in Miami Beach last
year and was heard in concert at
t u, Detroit convention, the Biscayne Plasa theatre.
He leaves surviving him his wife
and several children, one of whom,
entiy the national organization
decid! 500-room hotel for
members In Florida and already
Barasota and St. Petersburg are
making an active dm- to have the
hotel located In their i
Rabbi Samuel Rosenblatt, is rabbi
of the Beth Tfiloh congregation in
Baltimore and one of the leading
among the younger Jewish
,-abbis in this country.
"This is a country where you have
extended privileges, but this is not a
country where people come just to
j make money and get rich. I hope
you don't come into this country
"You now enter upon the duties of
an American citizen, and it is now
up to you as citizens to help solve
our problems, calmly, without un-
necessary tumult, and the way you
can solve these problems the w ay
you can contribute, is by voting
and by this action today the right
to vote has been conferred upon you.
"Now individual voting is the sal-
vation of the United States of Amer-
ica, and the way people vote deter-
with any such idea. You may get
rich in the proper way. but this is
a place to live, and if you live right
you will get money to live upon.
That is the lesson I would like to
impress upon you as 1 welcome you
as American citizens."
Judge Ritter presented each of the
new citizens with a copy of a book-
let. 'American Citizenship." printed
by the Yale University Press for
the Aline Brothier Morris fund.



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$# / ITIII 1 LORIDA'S ONLY JEW!SH WEEKLY jew And Gentile Speak Out Athletic Club Will Celebrate ___^lll^ 1 i IDA !" I>AYT7UNF 23, 1933. '""' '""" :i1 "nquel an,l installation oi the recently elected offlcei Famous Cantor New Officers Dies Suddenly To Be Installed Price Five Cents At the dinner which launched the il'ooo.000 campaign to help the suf','','.''1 M br w Athletic dub will be Germany, held at the Recently elected officers ol the Hotel Commodore in New York, two iddresses -tood forth; one by Governor Lehman of New York and the yj!,,,by Janus Ci. McDonald, a non-Jew. chairman of the Foreign policy association. Governor Lehman In his address outlined the ideals and achievements of ill!' American Jewish Joint Distribution committee, of which he Yosele Rosenblatt, famous m every spot throughoul the entire world for I Junior Hadassah will be installed at imarkabl, Interpretation of a banquet which will be held MonYlddish litunrlcaj music and folk day evening, June 26, a, the Cara "-•— ^VinJerTSr *"*> ""* "* "" %  romer l,H Thursday evemng, June 29 beflnnin at 7 „„, a1 Gratz ,.,. Mau !" •W be provided In addition to the us ZntetedTS Whe h ehad PM prMiden f the organization. ""'""' Installation ceremonies M,„,' *"" *? uw ""' ; '' s '* %  ""• %  The banquet hall >ay Kellman is chairman ol the Z nfi C !" DW The causp wUI dec !" * rainoow colors rangements committee and he la Z was a h attack He and officers will be installed with s burled In Jerusalem last Tuesthe rainbow theme running through nded the the ceremonies. A musical program ny member ol the committee, the prominent rab'bis"^ p'lT' ""' ^'^ ^^ l "" Banquet Guests Final planfor the formal Installation banquet ol the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association were announced by members ol the arments committee and include a number ol speakers of note as well IS a musical program. The affair, Which will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah hall Wednesday evening. June i>8. beginning at 7:30 p. m.. will have as its guests the officers ami directors of the association and their wives, the presidents, retaries, vice presidents and treasurers ol Beth David. Beth Jacob and Miami Jewish Orthodox congregatlons, the presidents of the Sisterhoods and Ladies' auxiliary ol the three congregations and a number oi the leading Jewish communal workers ol Miami, A report of the work ol the organization for the past several years and plans for the future will be presented during the •veiin.. Addn ses Will be made by the outgoing and incoming officers officer since its inceplOfflfPrc tr\ k** mo. and declared that "its Bole purpose ha> always been to relieve sufhumanity wherever the need IUgreatest." Discussing the present emergency which made this carnal, the governor said: The world is shocked at the iniquitous and unprecedented oilicial n invoked by the German government against those ol our laith and race. For countless generations Germans of Jewish faith have lived and wrked. fought and died, for their country. As was their duty and pnvthej gave to their country their sole allegiance, their devotion, their very lives. They loved Germany; they had deep pride in its ichievemenl Its national culture. in its history, in their work and in their native places. In every activity. walk of life, loyal citizens Pish faith contributed to the upbuilding of what has been a meat nation. In science and literature, in and art, In business and inand m every form of spiritmoral and intellectual activity, and held an honored place. "Inpi i-ontributed to Germany's well-being; in war they laid Awn their lives for Germany's -. itness. "They could not do otherwise, as good Jews Their spiritual tradition. their deepest aspirations, permitted noo '-' : i because their faith, hallowed by the traditions of countbased on good citimhln "Suddenly, almost without warnofficial and national edict. a -lof tin Jews of Germany — 600.000 People were singled out for instruction, i conomlcally, .socially. nd politically. They have been har•< and Mesdames Morris Kotkin. goguea m the world. During the war M Rippa. Sol Schwartz. Sadye G. ^ wM ^^ an cngagemenl wlth Rose and L. Abrams the Chicago Opera Company, which he declined because of his religious scruples. During his stay in America he loured South America. Africa. Europe, and Palestine and everyMiami Delegates To Urge Hotel where he was acclaimed as the leadAmong those who were admitted to United States citizenship amidst impressive ceremonies in the United States district court last Tuesdaywere Lazarus Abrams of Miami Beach, former president of Beth Jacob congregation; Morris Bain. Samuel Schindler. Sydney H. Palmer, prominent fraternal worker here; Harry Rosalsky of the R. & L. restaurant, David Wasserman and M. Nelson. Judge Halsted Ritter, who presided, delivered an interesting address as he directed the newcitizens to rise. "I never admit a class into the rights of this country as citizens without feeling the hope that after your examination, and your preparation, you are bringing into this country lofty ideals, that you are imbued with the privileges you are about to enter upon, and that you have thought a long time about this action before you have taken It." Judge Ritter told the newly-made Americans after the oath of citizenship was administered by Earle Sprigg, deputy clerk. -This country has ideals. This government is different from every other country. When people come into this country from other governments they bring foreign ideas and there is a tendency to look to these foreign ideas, but you must now take our own ideas of government, to TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Beginning with services on Fridaynight, sen-ices will be held in Kaplan hall during the summer months, and will be very brief. Services for fche benefit of those who take their religion seriously and wish to attend services. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (ConftervatUe) 139 N. w. Third Avenna MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Friday evening sen-ices begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning service! begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily services begin at 8 a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street Friday evening services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud Torah will resume on Monday at the usual hour. Arrangements for Yahrzeit may be made by calling the sexton, Mr. William Clein, 20879. mines what this country shall be — what its future shall be. and every person exercising the voting privilege ought to know for whom they vote — why they vote for an amendment to the constitution or an ordinance. That requires some reading and inquiry. It is not for you to sit university professors and oth11! mists, musicians, Innr| a' workers, haw been driven n *eir positions and have been ** the right to work at their vo"><• right to an educanow being denied many ol hildren and youths, re"•* "I their intellectual quallfl'Contlnoed on Page 6) down and say now I am an Amerimotivate your thinking and conduct. | can citizen. I don't know anything We must develop these. We have about these questions. I wont, vote ideas of government different from j or to vote because some person trig exponent of Hebrew and Yiddish j anv others. If they are worth anycomes and says, 'vote so and so.' and melodies of the century. His songs thing we must test them out. We you say all right.' That is the trouwere produced In many languages cannot ignore these foreign ideas. D le with people from foreign counbj Cantor Rosenblatt and became Wt lead abo "t 'hem. We study tries admitted as citizens in our lion of Mlamians to attend Mie con^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ a|ikp ; thenii bul tnc duty of every Ameri |arge vn ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ thruogh graphophone and radio re

Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
_Frid.iv, |,in, i, 933
Dear Pat:
Oh darling. I'm so dreadfully un-
happy. Bill and I are no longer en-
gaged and I do believe that I'm the
most miserable girl in the whole
world.
Oh. It's all that DeVere Harley's
fault. She's so lovely that I don't
blame Bill for appearing interested
in her. I was so jealous that I broke
our engagement off and he seemed
perfectly willing to call it quits. It's
not my fault that I'm just naturally
an ugly duckling. I never did have
much time or money to spend on
myself.
Well, it all sums up to this: Rita
Harper has invited me to come and
visit her while her folks are away
on a business trip and I've decided
to go. She lives in New York and
that'll be a good place to drown my
sorrow. You see. I'm still in love
with him. I'm too unhappy to write
more but will let you know when I
get to New York.
Your broken-lieaited pal.
Joan.
Pat dearest:
Here I am in New York and. I
might add. I just love it There's so
much to see and do. but to tell the
truth, 1 haven't had time to take m
many of the sinhts because I've been
busy doing something else. I told
Rita all about Bill and our broken
engagement ami she says that if I
would try to make mysell mon
tractive that he might sit up and
take notice when I got home. Rita
tells me it doesn't require a great
deal of money or lots of tune to
make oneself more attractive and
that no one is just naturally so un-
attractive that they can't make
themselves over into "glamorous and
charming creatures'' 1 Those are
Rita's very words I'm just quot-
ing." Rita has promised to teach me
all she knows on the subject of good
looks and insists that she can make
me so attractive that Bill will have
to gasp for breath when he sees me.
Sounds impossible to me, but we
shall see what we shall see.
First. I had to make a list of my
good points and another one of my
bad points. Believe me. that takes
real honesty. After you've admitted
that you have a poor mouth or rath-
er small eyes, the next step is to try
and tone down your bad points by
not calling attention to them in any
way and accentuating your good
points by trying to call attention to
them. Every woman will find that
she has some redeeming feature and
she should play that up so that
when people look at her they will
only notice that outstanding point
and go away with the impression .
that she is a good looking woman '
because she has lovely eyes or a nice
mouth. They will forget that she had
a poor nose or rather large ears.
It's getting late and I must have
my beauty sleep so be patient and
I'll write you at my first opportun-
ity.
As ever,
Joan.
The annual donor's dinner given
by Junior Hadassah to those who
have contributed or caused to be
contributed the sum of five dollars
to the organization was held at the
Tropical Jungle Gardens last Mon-
day night when a dinner and dance
was held. Mrs. Veeda Cromer was
toastmistress. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort
delivered the invocation, with Miss
Lena Weinkle delivering the address
of welcome, A number of mock tele-
grams from nationally known celeb-
rities were read during the evening
and parodies on traits of members
present were included. A movietone
news broadcast was made from the
orchestral stand, the microphone
and amplifying system being used
Veeda Cromer served as the an-
nouncer. Bede Goldenblank as ac-
companist and Hanna Mack as solo-
ist. A floor show and dance followed.
Among those attending were Sylvia
Miles. Harry Bass. Sylvia Rayvis. Al
Pallott. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Crom-
er. Rose Sowers. Dora Mohilner,
Dorothy Brill. Sam Miller. Annette
Wechsler. Milton Friedman. Marion
Blank. Emanucl Weinkle. Hanna
Mack. Herman Mack. Mr. and Mrs
S. Rotfort, Miss Lena Weinkle. Leo
Chaikin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Solen.
Mrs. Ruth Dubbin. Jack Zion. Ida
Cohen. Phil Lerner. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Weinkle. Bede Goldenblank.
Aaron Weinkle. Bea Silver. Ben Sil-
ver. Esther Rosengarten. Nat Dub-
ler. Betty Greenberg. Milton Brill.
Pauline Lasky and Ed Levin.
*
Final plans for the congregational
dance being sponsored by the Beth
David Sisterhood and administrative
board of Beth David congregation
for Sunday evening. June 25. will be
announced in the next issue of The
Jewish Floridian. The proceeds will
be used for the purpose of painting
the synagogue and Talmud Torah.
The usual dancing will be followed
by a number of acts by prominent
artists and members of some of the
local night clubs,

A< ording to a statement by Rabbi
S. M. Machtel ot the Radio Synagog.
ting ot Its members and sym-
pathizers will be called lmmedlatelj
upon his return to Miami at which
lime definite plans for the lease or
erection of permanent headquarters
for the Radio Synagog will be defi-
nitely announced.
"Many ol the listeners and mem-
bers ot the Radio Synagog during
the past season have felt the need Ol
.1 permanent meeting location where
they may gather on Friday nights,
Saturday mornings and Sunday
mornings whin the sermon is broad-
cast," said Rabbi Machtei. "and be-
cause of these repeated requests 1
have felt that with the continued
growth of the Radio Synagog it is
only fair that the general public be
acquainted with our plans for the
coming season.'' "Though not as yet
determined, it may be that we shall
have high holiday services of the
Radio Synagog in our own perma-
nent headquarters." "This should
not be taken as a matter of compe-
tition, but simply to fill that need
which is becoming more and more
apparent every day."
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Never give up the good things you
have while hoping for better.
True love makes a man so reckless
that he doesn't care who knows of
his happiness.
The height of sweetness depends
upon the size of the girl a fellow is
in love with.
Some women are so curious that
they will listen to advice just to find
eut what it's like.
Somehow it is awfully hard for a
mother to persuade her daughter to
marry the kind of man who will
make her happy.
Another spring shall come, as fair
as this.
Another year will furnish ample
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For song and birth, for leafing
time and bloom.
For moon touched sigh, or inarticu-
late kiss.
Another spring shall bring ecstatic
bliss
To resurrected loves which fled
the tomb
Of sealed-m winter; the frozen
pending doom
Ha.s pardoned them to joy; that I
must miss.
For never will your narrow, clever
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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN _Frid.iv, |,in, i, 933 Dear Pat: Oh darling. I'm so dreadfully unhappy. Bill and I are no longer engaged and I do believe that I'm the most miserable girl in the whole world. Oh. It's all that DeVere Harley's fault. She's so lovely that I don't blame Bill for appearing interested in her. I was so jealous that I broke our engagement off and he seemed perfectly willing to call it quits. It's not my fault that I'm just naturally an ugly duckling. I never did have much time or money to spend on myself. Well, it all sums up to this: Rita Harper has invited me to come and visit her while her folks are away on a business trip and I've decided to go. She lives in New York and that'll be a good place to drown my sorrow. You see. I'm still in love with him. I'm too unhappy to write more but will let you know when I get to New York. Your broken-lieaited pal. Joan. Pat dearest: Here I am in New York and. I might add. I just love it There's so much to see and do. but to tell the truth, 1 haven't had time to take m many of the sinhts because I've been busy doing something else. I told Rita all about Bill and our broken engagement ami she says that if I would try to make mysell mon tractive that he might sit up and take notice when I got home. Rita tells me it doesn't require a great deal of money or lots of tune to make oneself more attractive and that no one is just naturally so unattractive that they can't make themselves over into "glamorous and charming creatures'' 1 Those are Rita's very words — I'm just quoting." Rita has promised to teach me all she knows on the subject of good looks and insists that she can make me so attractive that Bill will have to gasp for breath when he sees me. Sounds impossible to me, but we shall see what we shall see. First. I had to make a list of my good points and another one of my bad points. Believe me. that takes real honesty. After you've admitted that you have a poor mouth or rather small eyes, the next step is to try and tone down your bad points by not calling attention to them in any way and accentuating your good points by trying to call attention to them. Every woman will find that she has some redeeming feature and she should play that up so that when people look at her they will only notice that outstanding point and go away with the impression that she is a good looking woman because she has lovely eyes or a nice mouth. They will forget that she had a poor nose or rather large ears. It's getting late and I must have my beauty sleep so be patient and I'll write you at my first opportunity. As ever, Joan. The annual donor's dinner given by Junior Hadassah to those who have contributed or caused to be contributed the sum of five dollars to the organization was held at the Tropical Jungle Gardens last Monday night when a dinner and dance was held. Mrs. Veeda Cromer was toastmistress. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort delivered the invocation, with Miss Lena Weinkle delivering the address of welcome, A number of mock telegrams from nationally known celebrities were read during the evening and parodies on traits of members present were included. A movietone news broadcast was made from the orchestral stand, the microphone and amplifying system being used Veeda Cromer served as the announcer. Bede Goldenblank as accompanist and Hanna Mack as soloist. A floor show and dance followed. Among those attending were Sylvia Miles. Harry Bass. Sylvia Rayvis. Al Pallott. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cromer. Rose Sowers. Dora Mohilner, Dorothy Brill. Sam Miller. Annette Wechsler. Milton Friedman. Marion Blank. Emanucl Weinkle. Hanna Mack. Herman Mack. Mr. and Mrs S. Rotfort, Miss Lena Weinkle. Leo Chaikin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Solen. Mrs. Ruth Dubbin. Jack Zion. Ida Cohen. Phil Lerner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Bede Goldenblank. Aaron Weinkle. Bea Silver. Ben Silver. Esther Rosengarten. Nat Dubler. Betty Greenberg. Milton Brill. Pauline Lasky and Ed Levin. • • Final plans for the congregational dance being sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood and administrative board of Beth David congregation for Sunday evening. June 25. will be announced in the next issue of The Jewish Floridian. The proceeds will be used for the purpose of painting the synagogue and Talmud Torah. The usual dancing will be followed by a number of acts by prominent artists and members of some of the local night clubs, • • • A< ording to a statement by Rabbi S. M. Machtel ot the Radio Synagog. ting ot Its members and sympathizers will be called lmmedlatelj upon his return to Miami at which lime definite plans for the lease or erection of permanent headquarters for the Radio Synagog will be definitely announced. "Many ol the listeners and members ot the Radio Synagog during the past season have felt the need Ol .1 permanent meeting location where they may gather on Friday nights, Saturday mornings and Sunday mornings whin the sermon is broadcast," said Rabbi Machtei. "and because of these repeated requests 1 have felt that with the continued growth of the Radio Synagog it is only fair that the general public be acquainted with our plans for the coming season.'' "Though not as yet determined, it may be that we shall have high holiday services of the Radio Synagog in our own permanent headquarters." "This should not be taken as a matter of competition, but simply to fill that need which is becoming more and more apparent every day." ^ SPEND YOUR I VACATION! THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA joryoui HEALTH! > W//////f„.U\\\\\S^ PLAYING AT Till 7TH AVENUE THEATRl Mountain gorillas are found to be more intelligent than those on the coastal plains. The more inaccessible the mountain, the more intelligent. Frequently an apt quotation is better than an original remark. Never give up the good things you have while hoping for better. True love makes a man so reckless that he doesn't care who knows of his happiness. The height of sweetness depends upon the size of the girl a fellow is in love with. Some women are so curious that they will listen to advice just to find eut what it's like. Somehow it is awfully hard for a mother to persuade her daughter to marry the kind of man who will make her happy. Another spring shall come, as fair as this. Another year will furnish ample ( QMPLE I I Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators Geo. Patterson, Inc. 1409 llisravnr lll\d. Phone 1-4854 S K E E T S 2Sfl s. u ..-I, St Miami. I la. | RADIO A Kl.i;< IKK Sl'IMM.Y Specialistnit in Short Wa • % %  li, itallatloni "r Repairing OPEN EVENINGS Have your radio checked up by our ti. i Radio Analyier. No charge for thii service. LOSEY, the Florist Bonded Member Florists 1 1 /i graph Dcln ery Assn. 2801 N. 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wJewisti rtoridian I J ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, I RIDAY, JUNE 23, 1953. Price Five Cents evv And Gentile Speak Out Athletic Club Will Celebrate Famous Cantor Dies Suddenly New Officers To Be Installed h: he dinner wliich launched the cam paign to help the sufjews in Germany, held at the dore In New York, two od forth; one by Govn of New York and the bj James O. McDonald, a an ol the Foreign tion. pnrnoi Lehman In his address d the ideals and achieve. t he American Jewish Joint ommlttee, of which he ... ,,. officer .since its incepI declared that "Its sole purays been to relieve sufnity wherever the need eatest." Discussing the pre i i riUeh made this camHal, the governor said: ,., r id is shocked al the Inand unprecedented official „ invoked by the Qernment agatnsi those ol our faith and race •For countless generations Germans of Jewish faith have lived and torked. fought and died, for their %  .,,. iheir duly and priV. gave to their country lance, their devotion. lives. They loved Gerhad deep pride In its Khievemenl Its national culture, m us hi rj In their work and In places. In every activity. Ik HI life, loyal citizens j. faith contributed to the upbuilding HI what has been a great nation. In science and literature. In art, In business and tain r\i ry form "i spirit .Hid Intellectual activity, d and held an honored they contributed to Gerl-belng; in war they laid lives for Germany's uld not do otherwise, as good Jew* Their spiritual tradition. their dl pi si aspirations, permitted noothei course, because their faith, hallowed by the traditions of counties, is based on good citizenship. Sudd. niy. almost without warnfficial and national edict, ail oi th Jews of Germany — 600,000 people —were singled out for economically, socially, ally. They have been harrlven out of their positions in business, In public life, in indusIn commerce, and in the hat been no .se.iecy. no urn. on the part oi the overnment. Hundreds ol i I men and women In all valks ve been ruthlessly and without pity deprived of their : livelihood, and of the primary rights of ciu/.enship. Loyalty. Patriotism, service, have counted for doctors, lawyers, civil seriirsity professors and othlers, scientists, musicians, taWOrkers, have been driven Irom their positions and have b'en the right to work at their voBven the right to an educa'ion is now beam denied many ol wish children and youths, re%  Ol their intellectual quallflns. < oiiiiiiui (I on I'age 61 The formal banquet and installation ol the recently elected Ofl ot the Hebrew Athletic club will be held Thursday evening, June 29, beginning al 7 p.m. at Grate restaurant, Miami Beach Entertainment will be provided In addition to the formal installation ceremonies. Murray Kellman is chairman ol the arrangements committee and he is bed by Hyinan Apte and J i. :: I Reset vations may be made with any member ol the committee. Yosele Rosenblatt, famous in every spot throughout the entire world for Ins remarkableinterpretation of Yiddish liturgical music and folk songs, died suddenly last Sunday morning In Ji rusalem, where he had just completed a talking picture for the Pox Film company. The cause of his death was a licart attack. He was burled In Jerusalem last Tuesdaj and a lame crowd attended the funeral services in which many of the prominent rabbis took part. Officers to be Banquet Guests Final plans for the formal installation banquet ol the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association were announced by members ol the arments committee and include a number ol speakers ol note as well US a musical program. The affair, which will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah hall Wednesda> eve nun:. June 2S. beginning at 7:30 p m will have as Its guests the officers and directors of the association and their wives, the president letaries, vice presidents and treasurers Ol Beth David. Beth Jacob and Miami Jewish Orthodox cor.. lions, the presidents ol the Sisterand Ladies' auxiliary lions and a number 0 I Hi, leading Jewish communal ,,! Miami, A report oi the wink ol the organization tor the pa S t ., irs and plans for the future will be presented durum the evening. Addresses will be made by i ng and incoming officers and no appeals for funds will be made. Actively assisting In the plans and work for the installation banquet .,,,. members of the sisterhood I chesed Shel Ernes, parent organization Of the Cemetery association. m charge ol arrangements lor the banquet are H. M Drewltch, Sol Schwartz. M. B. Prank, Manuel Bippa and Mesdames Morris Kotkin, M. Blppa. Sol Schwartz.. Sadye G Rose and L. Abrams. Recently elected officers of the Junior Hadassah will be instajy/d at a banquet which will be held Monday evening, June 26. at the Cara Villa with Mrs. Veeda Cromer. a past president of the organization, as toastmlstress. The banquet hall will be decorated in rainbow colors and Officers will be installed with the rainbow theme running through the ceremonies. A musical program will be presented in addition to the usual addresses by the officers and the formal induction ceremonies Reservations may be made with Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. phone S3687. or Miss Lena Weinkle. phone 52273. Announcements j i CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach The usual services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 and Mincha services, followed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late services have been discontinued until the High Holidays. Daily services begin at 8 a.m. Many Become U. S. Citizens TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. 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 their religion seriously and wish to attend services. Cantor rosele Rosenblatt Miami Delegates To Urge Hotel Plans for the Bending of a delegation of Miamians to attend the conr, of the Maccabees to be held ln D etro.. shortly lor the purpose of Miami's suitability for the location of a 500-room hotel will be made at a meeting to be held tod* Th e meeting, which will be held In Seyoold building offices of the ^cabees, will outline plans to refunds to send the Jtmior band a„ d a delegation of Miami's leading ;,„„,,,. to the Detroit convention. Recently the national organization decided to erect a 500-room hotel tor members In Florida and already 8rasoU and St. Petersburg are : located in their cities. Cantor Rosenblatt was a native of Zerkoff, Russia, and when sc\ en years old became an intimate of the Sandlgurer "Rebbe." He sang under various cantors and soon became famous for his remarkable voice and diction. He held his first position as a cantor in Munkatch. Hungary, then went to Pressburg while In Pressburg he composed his well known Hebrew Melodies, and then went to Hamburg, where he served six years. In 1913 he accepted the position as cantor of the Hungarian congregation in New York City one ol the oldest and most mBuentia i Jewish orthodox synagogues in the world. During the war he was Offered an engagement with the Chicago Opera Company, which he declined because of his religious scruples. During his stay In America he toured South America. Africa, Europe, and Palestine and everywhere he was acclaimed as the leadma exponent of Hebrew and Yiddish melodies of the century. His songs produced in many languages b cantor Rosenblatt and became known to Jews and non-Jews alike thruogh graphophone and radio recordings. His appearance as the can„„. ,„ the Jazz Singer won acclaim tor him and this resulted in a number ol concert engagements in this country. He lirst made the -falsetto voice popular among Jewish audiences. He also appeared In a number 0 1 ,„her talking pictures. ,„. Bppeared to Miami Beach last up to you as vear and was heard In concert at the Biscayne Plaza theatre. He leaves su.viv.ng him his wife a „d several children, one of whom. Rabbi Samuel Rosenblatt, Is rabbi 0 ,he Beth Tfiloh congregation m Baltimore and one of the leading figures among the younger Jewish rabbis in this country. Among those who were admitted to United States citizenship amidst Impressive ceremonies in the United States district court last Tuesday were Lazarus Abrams of Miami i Beach, former president of Beth I Jacob congregation: Morris Bain. Samuel Schindler. Sydney H. Palmer, prominent fraternal worker I here; Harry Rosalsky of the R. & L. restaurant, David Wasscrman and M. Nelson. Judge Halsted Ritter. who presided, delivered an taterestI ing address as he directed the new citizens to rise. "I never admit a class into the rights ol this country as citizens without feeling the hope that after your examination, and your preparation, you are bringing into this country lofty ideals, that you arcimbued With the privileges you arc about to enter upon, and that you have thought a long time about this action before you have taken it.' Judge Ritter told the newly-made Americans after the oath of citizenship was administered by Earle Sprigg, deputy clerk. ••This country has ideals. This government Is different from every other country. When people come Into tins country from other governments they bring foreign ideas and there is a tendency to look to these foreign ideas, but you must now take our own ideas of government, to BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Friday evening services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily services begin at 8 a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1543 S. W. Third Street Friday evening services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning servicebegin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud Torah will resume on Monday at the usual hour. Arrangements for Yahrzeit may be made by calling the sexton, Mr. William Clein. 20879. mines what this country shall be — what its future shall be. and every person exercising the voting privilege ought to know for whom thej vo te — why they vote for an amendment to the constitution or an ordinance. That requires some reading and inquiry. It is not for you to sit down and say now I am an Amerimotivate your thinking and conduct, can citizen. I don't know anything We must' develop these. We have about these questions. I wont vote Ideas of government different from -or to vote because some person any others. H they are worth anycomes and says.'vote so and so. and ,hing we must test them out. We you say all right.' That is the troucannot ignore these foreign ideas. b le with people from foreign counWe read about them. We study tries admitted as citizens In OUI them but the duty of every Amerilarge cities. Don't be herded. Be mcan citizen Is to take our own Idea dividual. Make up your own mind. ol government and compare It with vote according to your conscience, foreign ideas not to take the forj .. Tnis is a country where you have elgn idea first and say American exten ded privileges, but this is not a ideas must sink in comparison. country where people come just to ••We are in a bad state of mental make money and get rich. I hope thtoktag everywhere In the world. you don't come into this ^ountry -You now enter upon the duties of with any such idea. You may an American citizen, and it is now citizens to help solve our problems, calmly, without unnecessary tumult, and the way you can solve these problems-the way you can contribute, is by votingand by this action today the right to vote has been conferred upon you •Now individual voting is the salvation of the United States of America, and the way people vote deterrich in the proper way. but this Is a place to live, and if you live right you will get money to live upon. That is the lesson I would like to impress upon you as I welcome you as American citizens." judge Ritter presented each ol the new citizens with a copy of a booklet. -American Citizenship." printed by the Yale University Press for the Aline Brothier Morris fund.



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Pact iwo THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 23, 1933. At the meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women held last Tuesday at the Ponce de Leon hotel final plans for the dance of the organization to be held Sunday evening. July 2. at the Coral Gables Country club, were announced. An evening of dancing and novel entertainment will be provided, according to the committee in charge of arrangements. Marjorie Predinger was elected temporary chairman of hospitality and Mary Anne Kamins was chosen recording secretary. Following the business meeting a social hour was spent. The next meeting of t lie Junior Council will be held on Wednesday evening. July 5. at the home of Miss Miriam Scheinberg. A meeting of the dance committee will be held tonight and all members are urged to attend. A board meeting will be held Tuesday evening. June 27. at the home of Mrs. E. D. Merlin. 527 N. W. Fifth avenue, and all future meetings during the summer of the board will be held at the same place. • • • Miss Gertrude Rappaport, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rapp.iport of this city, will leave Monday by auto for a trip to New York City, where she will visit relatives and friends. • • Mr-.. B. Green and son Jack of Birmingham. Ala., are visiting her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman of this city, Ring Funeral Home To Serve lltnnaiiit\ Better Operated hv FRANK G. MeOHAN'S WIDOW II N. W. Ird Ae. I'hi.niI-SS3S — 1MB-'! We have just opened Currey's Cut Flowers and Fruits Floral /). i/.?s Our N;>., /.*//-, 227 E. FLAGI.ER STREET Ponce de I.ron Hotel SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. 1100 W. rlanlrr St. T3I N. W. 3 1th St. PHONE (-3811 +• The Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will hold its regular bi-weekly card party at the home of Mrs. William Clein. 1860 S. W. Third street. Tuesday evening. June 27. beginning at 8 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. Initiation ceremonies of the Hebrew Athletic club, when a large number of new members will be inducted, will be in charge of Robert Polep. chairman of the initiation committee. Following the ceremonies, which will be elaborate, refreshments will be served. All members ire urged to attend. j.uk Atkm> lchairman Ol a committee which will hold a house dance at the community centre of the Hebrew Athletic club on Thursday evening. June 29. The diamondball team ol the HeOl'eu Athletic club will play a aitl .onight at Coconut Grove. In Its games the club has been playing better ball though losing to li adi i I i league. • • Harry Goldstein. Congress buildIng, was re-elected president of the Miami organization ot Certified Public Accountants at a recent mi etin John Mahoney was selected secreary and treasurer. Other officers are to be chosen at a later meeting. plicity marked the marrla Miss Ro-c Weingarten of Miami and v o Goldberg ol La Porte. .nd.. last week at the home ol the Mr and Mrs. I %  • W Filth .-tree'. c A Pres perl rmed the cereand bridal m.; rovided oy Cantor Louis Hayman. A dinner lor membi : %  and .i f( v. nut ol tow:. nuptials. Oil)::.. t'ening the bride and bridegroom %  for ,i wedding trip They will hi mi % %  '.. i-i Poi %  %  .i. Oi Idberg is in the pewelry business. Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Nevins entertained at dinner last week at their home in Beacom Manor loi Ml Frances Druckerman, whose approaching marriage to Oscar Mayers will be an event ol July 7 Their guests included Miss Druckerman and Mr. Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Weinerman and Jack Druckerman. KEEN SIGHT 129 Seybold Building GAMP WOHELO For Girls An Ideal Vacation Spot for Your Daughter BERTHA BERKOWITCH LEVY Owner and Director Hilda Riesner 187 S. W. Thirteenth Street MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE For Information Phone 3-2493 j GLASS J. A. SAI.VIN & COMPANY' 1C9 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-9124 Auto and window nl**--. picture framing*, mirror** and re-flilverinx. %  and blaitlnt*. Summer Rates $4.00 ZX Sanitarium \ \£~tCAro/uc Cases RATES4eaMM4fe--.S*WJtVB00ttET Miami N Ffor* i da Miss Lillian Dock left recently on the SS. Seminole for New York. She will visit friends and relatives there and in Pennsylvania and New Jer' sey. Miss Gladys Greenberg was the recipient of many lovely gifts at a surprise birthday given in her honor by her mother. Mrs. J. Greenberg. at her home Sunday evening. AssistIng the hostess in entertaining was Miss Ida Engler. The house was beautifully decorated in pink and green, which was carried out in the refreshments and favors. Dancing and games were played. winning prizes were: Miss Norma Simpson. Kenneth Warshoff. Miss Molly Engler. and Aaron Goldenblanck. At a late hour refreshments were served. One of the features ol the evening was an imitation birthday cake which held within it a fortune for each of the guests present. On the program during the evening was Miss Shirley Wallach. Miss Ruth Kraft, and Herman Kraft. • The marriage l Miss HUma Rose .ind Samuel August took place last Sunday evening at the Beth David synagogue, with Rabbi J. A. Press and Rabbi D. B Mmdel performing he ceremony in the presence ol several hundred guests. The bride wore a '-own of white satin, molded on long lines. Her tulle veil, extending to the hem of her skirt, was caught cap shaped about her head and held In place by a v b'a s-oms. She carried a shower bouquet of bride's Miss Leona Rose, sister oi the bride, was maid ol honor. She wore a youthful model oi pink chiffon, and carried a bouquet ot radiant, roses Louis August, brother ol the bridegroom, was best man. Following the ceremony, a i Mon was held m the Talmud Torah. Inmcnt was provided, and refreshmeni erved. At the Mi and Mrs. n a i itor tour oi the ates and 111 spend somi Ime in thi the ( linas. thi ing ol all chap%  : the Order ol Beatitudes, the Mount Olive) chapter with Miss Ida En li i as retiring Light ol thi Ea tuu irrendered its charter. Mr Louis Van Gilder of West Palm Beach Is a visitor to Miami, where he has been spending %  wi i k*. on business. The local Senior Council of Jewish Women is sponsoring a midnight -how at the Olympia theatre Saturday night. July 3. the proceeds to be | used towards the maintenance of the Hebrew Friendly Inn and the scholarship fund of the organization. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the organization The fact that so many people who like to sing find vocal expression impossible, has given Baroness Leopold, well-known voice teacher, food for thought and scientific study. Most of us have no conception of the part played by the muscles in learning to sing, the Baroness said. "If we are to sing we must first train certain muscles to co-operate in producing tone and then we must assume definite control over those that would interfere." Grave faults of the experienced singer as well as almost miraculous aid to the beginner is provided by muscular and diaphragm control as taught in her new summer classes. Because the system is expensive and requires special training on the part of the instructor, heretofore it has been employed only by those able to finance a lengthy period of training and study, it was explained. Baroness Leopold, however, has adapted the system to class work j and, therefore, obtains the maxi| mum results passible at a minimum cost. • • • The Ladies' auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare bureau held its final meeting of the current season at the home of its president. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, last Monday. Important business was transacted. The next meeting of the organization will be held Monday. Septem' ber 17. An important meeting of the Senior Council of Jewish Women will bi ( held at the home of Mrs. Samuel AronowitZ on Wednesday. June 28, beginning at 2:30 p.m. The business meeting will be followed by a program under the direction of Mrs Daniel Cromer, program chairman, who will present Warren Hardman. pianist, in a number of piano selec, tlons. Mrs. T. T. Stevens, president of the Miami Women's club, will speak, A social hour will follow the program. All members and friends are asked to attend this meeting, BS it will be the final meeting of the current season • Claudette Colbert and Fredric March are eo-starred m "Tonight Is Ours,' screen adaptation ol the romantic play by Noel Coward, which pens a' the TiVOli theatre Sunday and Monday It marks the first appearance ol March on the screen since he won the award ol the Motion Pit tore Academy ol Arts and sen]:,. r the best performance ot 1932. The witty but romantic flavor ot "Private Lives," a sensational movie success, best known of Coward's plays, characterizes "Tonight Is Ours." It too is a story of clever, amusing people, outwardly giddy but actually devoted and tender toward each other. Miss Colbert Is cast as a girl who has thrown aside the responsibilities of a kingdom for a fling at Paris, and March as a young wealthy Parisian who insists on taking the fling with her. Together they race gayly through the French capital, fully enjoying the pleasures of the town, but more fully enjoying each other. Their moments alone are moments of tender, deep-flowing passion. A strange trick of the fates almost upsets their lives, but a surprising, dramatic climax sets everything to rights. Miami School of A pplied A rts Special Rates for Summer Music Expression Public Speaking JEAN C. LITTLBWOOD, Director ion ,i BUILDING 406 N. E. Second Ave. Adult-, 20c Children 10c llo (Iffice opens .*, :4B p.m. Sunday Sunday and Monday. June 2S-2I "They .lust Had to Get Married" with Slim Summcrvillc Zasu Pitts All Short Subjects Accumulate Capital! INVEST IN MORRIS PLAN CERTIFICATES Sums in multiples of SI.00 will be accepted and applied to purchase nf Certificates which an issued in denominations of S">0 to S5.000. It is the policy of the Company lo tash these Certificates at fate \alue upon request. THE MORRIS PLAN COMPANY of MIAMI VINCENT K. MUCK Mur. 10") N. E. First Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Not! you can buy BILTMORK LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fits your pocket book'. PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TH ST. I Alexander Orr, Ji\, Inc. Plumbing and Heating MIAMI BEACH 1122 I-oh St. Phone .V.I.-,It MIAMI 45 N. W. 3rd .St. Phone 2-3M1 CARTER FUNERAL SERVICE 511 WEST FI.ACI.EK STREET PHONES 2-9421--1-8422 MITCHELL JACOBY, Experienced jewsih Attendant in Charge



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%  pHTTu ne 23, 1933. THE JEWISH fLOKIDlAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED KVKKY FKIDAV b> Ihr MM PLOWDIAN PUBLISHING CO. )|ijnli Florida Phone 2-118:j f ;M;< I TIVB OFFICES I gDITORIAL OFFICES) I CIS *• '''' Aw,|,u I'hune 2-1183 j. I.OI is 8HOCBBT, Editor ||imKH 1 IELI1*, AdvTliini( M.iii.i,:.. fill) K. SIM' 'II KT. emulation Managt-r 7~~Z\ A clan matter -Inly 4. .-i Office Bl Miami. Florida. I March 1. 1879. a-gST I'M M BEACH OFFICE in Eighth Strati Mr.. M. S hrt'hniik. Kvpraaantatlva fj Hinlhii urn Vr -I BSCRIPTION SI.00 12.00 FRIDAY, JUNE 88, I'm. Vol. ti — No. 25. vised for the development of teachor she should HUM,,,, that 'trulv %  "•" %  "" %  '" forah school, bul eth in the law of the Lord; so that : :;;;r,7' %  ,•,„„„„„,,.,,,„,,,,,:: ; ; v T hatadif lhe future JewJsh men ferenC( '" ""• requirement ol the will emulate the Page Three Talmud Torah teai hei and the congregational Sunday school teacher Is teachei' .ii wi h rei" the tei • nol torTHE l nal Sunday school teacher is „ „ „,,„ ,„ the Talmud. ,, ''" u ,'"•"" certalnl > '" b. reth. teacher I like the pupils father, Bretted. Both are all the more effecwith tl whlle the H 'n the Instruction which they fathei :. f or the pupils B called upon to give, as they are earthly existence, the teacher is rere resourceful In Jewish knowlsponslble for the pupils Immortal i'i> ...... Ill; are mor edge. "During the pa I week I requested the curriculum ol the Baltimore tual life. "Unfortunately, many .1 e w i s h Henol rich In J< wish rebrew college, tor 1932-1933 to be enl Ii I nducl do me I could nol help bul marvel al square with their Instructions. I plines which thi student Is being ta I mel Joe, the scissors, breadThe ma ed liumbl; knife, axe and umbrella repairer. dom's chain, Ji e looki d ad i i asked: "How'i The I acclaim, busine "Bu HEW Bnorted J le of knowll"" 1 "'" Immortal .,,-. ge i no knif, .... ,. Lndaunied by fago ind rack pei pie .ill buv their bread sliced. I get no si i sors 'cos nobody make their own clothe I I i cos iv'rybody have E-lectric cluck. No axi grin' 'cos nobodj the numerous disciplines which thi acred Jewish prin.-hop wood for klndlhv. An' no urnAn Appeal Which Should be Heeded Win "/ the history <>) our .' bat there been more need the proper leu ish edtn at ion .In II Ihau now. lint in ibt K 1 1 '. "I this education, nerywhen m this country but particularly in Miami and n I of I lorida, u i n spedfully diri / urn readi rs' atti ntion la Ibt .1.1.1', [5 of Ii, I /)'. tt ;/ litm Roscnau of Baltimore, ont of IIK leading Reform Jewish nbbh "i the country. We eni/orjf fa artily "feu iih /< a, I', n \hould be an example of Iewish II a, is" "the i arrying mil at lb, i/A/i i of Judaism" "the ob\crtance of ceremonials JUJ Ihloilli in the hum,-." in this inciplcs and arc Inconbrolla to repair 'co folk stitutlon. They cover Bible, Mishnah, sistenl and consequently untrustbrella ol' fashion. What you Talmud, Medieval Jewish Poetry, worthy. They are destructive rather tlnk about my business. Mist Modem Hebrew, Scriptural Comthan constructive in their Influence. mentaries, Jewish History, Religion, Thej look up ailing merely The waiter was taking the ordei Synagogal Liturgy, Educational Psyfrom the ide ol material return tor ol a prettj girl who was accompanihology. and Pedagogical Methods effort expended in the educational led by a florid, podgy, middli Would that. In the light of the stlmfhey make the Law a .-pad.man. ulaiion oi Jewish knowledge, which with which to dig. They may have "And how aboul the this varietj ol Information Ivi to learned much, bul they have still waiter inquired ilmud Torah teacher, the sunne lessoi might protin Ma ter for I reci iving vide more than a b course a reward, but to let the fear ol In Hebrew, a survey ol Biblical literHeaven resi upon them, 'En adam attire, and history Horn the beginzocheh lilmod mlkol.' one hould ning of time to the pn ntent or toned to learn "I doubt not but that evei anybodj Im pectlvi ol promy wife for an hour the other eveyou young men v. and nn.: and couldn'l hear a word ihe faithfully covered the Held ol stud. Ip in a teacher is said." lea stipulated. H as 1 picture nol linked up with religiousness, the to in;sell the average Jewish teachpupil within the teacher's charge er whom I know hi ere, will be iui eventually i k niy.seii the question, 'III the ralson d'etre ol Jewish educailly n mi: the graduti flower in nil ol for Jem j the Jewl the Jt wi h Ish teachers, thai they are to b ind Jewish manhood and womJewish tea • hom the Jewish : Inqu "Oh, he can order whatever he ame the start ling reply. "How iihe music In I rant'.''' %  Wonderful I I was in thi re with To unclasp hau loose tyram : ick. They turn. now. and beckon to those m i he vali. hem of hope a new For now they are promised their II There an tomorrow's ii and I'll cream. How Is the ( o iiee this morning? Go How did you d did you am? %  food! Addle delivered at the comexercises of the Baltiew college by Rev. Dr. William Rosenau: 1" peak under auspices such as indeed a privilege. That I appreciate the opportunity of adthe assembly before me 1 hope, no special assurance part Lei me, therefore, without any further introductory remurks proceed to voice the thoughts %  Men the present occasion suggests to my mind. "The first of these thoughts to tflich I allude concerns Itself with '•ions which I bring you young mi ii and women who are to paduate tonight as Jewish teachers Irom this institution. You are to be not merely by the faculty ol the Baltimore Hebrew college, bualso by the Baltimore Jewm inity, Being indirectly unite the supervision ol the local Board il Jewish Education, which upport irom all Jewish iroups Ii may indeed be asserted, that you are the educational prodirts, in the making of whom the %  Hire Baltimore Jewish community %  B part "hi stressing this point. I cannot he 'p bi,recall the growth ol your colleiir j; W;ls ,),,,;,„, /( ( | some years a eo by a small group of men. with Dr brae] Bfros as its principal. In due course of time, it became an Important !actor in Baltimore's Jewish "tacati n al system, And latterly, it d and reorganised by Dr. "*1 L. Kaplan, under whose guidan <* the college now Is. Al the outset the college followed 'Curriculum adapted merely to the Owning of teachers required by the Rimini Torah. Soon, however, the ••alii-iui,,,! dawned on both acuity an d board thai, in order to serve *• whole ol Baltimore Jewry. %  apeA wonder girl I Tillie i" bathes ami bathes and Ni ver I [gles! consciousness ipi mouni i d, bj whom the J through whom Jewand Ji are tO be developed' 1 "Important as is every subject which you have been taughl fi i teaching pi the subjei es its \alue unless II maki -. Ii The I i the poki r anhood, winch we are accustomed nol II •pieadln in open. religiousness In the Jewish ei 1 would have you your.-; Is the past dead and gone? mi:. and women, members ol the el It! ol i!:i of the Baltimore Hewhy scourge your oul Ick with i, lru ognlze how essential remorse' religiousness, with the Jewish quailif defeat was your lot, and you ition is in these daj ol o i met it. ,,nd th'roudi "vou tor a deep-seated Amid an atmosphen -sided Fight on. while you've courage and appreciation ol thai Jewishness depression irom which all humanity force, which alone is the saving power ol sutlers, the wisdom winch conns roi Lei no vain regrets ever haunl Israels historic influenci Letnoon. mosl In the restoraUon ol our hapSave your tears till you've good .jewishness.''Jewishness is not neepii tear of the Lord. After cause to wi fail to define prop..",. rm all, what does the lord require of If the pa to harry and taunl you, ,,i d dl Its i rave deep 1 man who lives In the ; haa Of memories bitter or strai dear. May find contenl In remembered da. Bui he has no p ai e Lhi and Here, shake off the old as you ml thong; Take up the ta ik ol tin m !!• w. lhe .-pace ol a lifetime is none too And the work ol the world is yours %  %  do, ly philanthropy. Jewish naus but to do justice, to love mercy. .,„ or Jewish racialism, or and to walk humbly before our Maeven all ol these combined. II these ker? And, ta the last analj a,e stressed within the philosophy lousness ol the Jewish type, having 0l the Jew. by one person or anits root.In the unity of Ood, mus. otner th e n ,hev should be regarded make, through peace, lor the unity Hroilaries to the major proposiol mankind. May it ever be borne „„„ Jewish religiousness winch m mind what the an. Pomona %  '" that, as there te no religlous;, „„,,„„,, Jewish salntliness ness ^here there Is no wlsdon w %  at ;.!,. that the Ark ol the U. no wisdom where there Is Covenant was covered with gold no religiousness. --; a rtsT^rs.his verbal emphasis. resoluteness within r.rraTSsss ~rsz:x£Z". m JZ '"" so that such purposi mai accora y m ey ^ved we n enough for their alwaya with Jewish religiousness or Jorio^ calling^ ^ ^ ^ Jewlsh salntliness, he or she should yj ^ ^ ^ ^ ihry ^ h ,,, ull); ,,,. B nd have a care ever to acknowledge ins tato pc ^ ^ ^ rf| or her Jewish group belongingness a J (||||ness and wWch so scrap -hen and casl them and to per.orm those respon.sib.lU.es enjog > sr-sSrC: ,--*,. world-wide synagogue 5fou will lied reward for Holy Days and festive seasons. £ ^__.„ d ,.„ b( 1 ;i „. ln judg ,.,. meiit You will train many disciples. curriculum also had to be de example m attendance at worship H0 ^ 0 fO ^ a ndb CUtta a S You'will make a fence around the ol Jewish ceremonies n respective family Ufe He or she should stand UW ^^ ^ |n(1 o U t conspicuously as the incarnation 1 !" V. Int and In talk and thi i On the Wife "Tl to be ver} her you do that?" Husband: "I don'l know her well enough yet." Oh, the hOl dOg 1the noble si do one who not bite the hand thai teed Rui ie-ds the hand thai bite i A man wh patiently In the post office ci Id nol attract thi girls behind the counter. %  T he evi ning cloak.'' one ol the girls to I brocade, with fox fur and wide paAt this point the long-sufli customer broke In with : you can provide me stamp with a dinky p d hem. ihe tout ensemble treated on the revers im arabii about three cents." d With you. once 111 the loll". Beneath the radiance ol the calm moonlight; \ %  into the ht To thai dear Land of Dreams we Ion torso You took my hand and led me through the slow. up our lli:l.t J lam mered white Beyond the drab, cold outlines ol the world we know. You were a queen; your name was m the dlstanl ihadow-world he • ond The mi-i • far d( wn thai silvercrested stream You m id. me Princi i I all thai vasl i mpire; I wa romantic vagabond KneehnTin the dust neath some wi,., stayed ... rule a kingdom In a idol's weight d am away. What's done cannot hamper and bind you: Old worlds must be traded for new. Leave ye terda} worries behind you. For tomorrow Is waiting for you!



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Page I our THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 23, 1933J %  :•:• •:• •: %  •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:•:• •: %  •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •> •: %  •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •> *+*•>+ •:• iSai-iu ^ujtuuuni lUtllrtm I Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI % •:• In ninl Dire lor, Ka.llu Synagua .•( America. • % Si \,,\\ MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA •:-' ; Vol. li. Sl'XDAY, JINK IS. \\K\:\. No. 8. •:• %  :••:••:• %  :• %  : %  •:• •:• •:•:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •;• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• &f • # • • • • • •'•• • ••• ••• ••• • %  • ••• •'•• ••• ••• %  •• •'•• &f &f THE RABBI'S LETTER T HE rabbi has wrl extend ins stay in the North and %  which i am about to read in the place of riu Psalmisi has irulj said Man) are the thoughts in a nd According to n person to induct the • des otherwise Knowh dge p rsi nal resi ircli ai and expi 1liy from her chilli for them before she left n she has ire ol a respor se and pent mi ntt since I How are 5 my I n the ui wait%  : : .,: [g I am tit I %  arm Iron nds. I do believ powers %  % %  and • %  ... %  ovei u If %  T %  N 1) I %  %  1 s ibbles will %  d and ci been overrui s fonder. It is %  rj if i • they %  who feel But be M .... 0 i ail %  • %  : s i I i t tat West Palm Beach Notes PLAYING AT Till ITYOI.I THEATRE The first ot the series of card partics given by members of Bnai Biitli lodge as held Sunday night at the Monterey hotel and members and friends ol the lodge attended. Refreshments were served. Martin I)ubin. chairman of the entertainment committee, was assisted by President ', Dave Feldman. Dave Katz, M. L. Pastroff and Louis Shutzer. A meeting of the Bnai Brith lodge was held Monday night at the lodge hall. 437 Clematis street, with Daw Feldman presiding. Important news was I and initiation of new candidatewas held. A social hour ,-d the business session calling upon President R sevelt to protest the Nazi perseI the Ji ws m Germany are being circulated through Palm Beach t mnty and in Fort Pierce by .-.: Bnai Brith lodge. No. 1146. Similar pi tltions are being circulated this country and 1.000.:• are bi Ing sought. BEALTIFY THE GRAVES! ( %  rate Marker* Made to Order II. Cliff Dresser 1X7 N. W. 22nd Street F R E E See the new RCA VICTOR RADIOS Home Auto Boat Free Jin-Saw Puzzle to All Viewing the New Radios Pan-American Radio, Inc. 1X09 N. K. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-3048 RCA Victor Distributor Call 8-84M8 for Radio Service TONIGHT !S OURS Insomnia of the midnight cat is Infectious. nee of Dr. Carl N. The individual who snores should C members of the be rapped in slumber Israel Reform Jewish congreduct the Friday night The lighter a man's head is the clock at the temple. higher he is able to carry it. Sirkln, Jr.. of St. Mli :.. lati Max Sirkln. ently Ithi ui applied in probate court last Frldaj appointment as adhis : .i" lit i estate tated that ins appliintment was approvither surviving heirs the widow. Mrs. Rebecca Sirkin; .; daughter, Mrs. %  a:-.:-.. •:. S:: k:: ind a • I Sirkln all of West Palm Beach. + i DR. W. ALTON SCHUBERT Vlce-1 i larni turned • > :: :• : a five-minute weekly radio talk, it • know C i :•. u i passed most of velt s bills for n will n w go home %  ..... [ma 1 '.: Ml •-: • C I.:.. < IIIROPRAi TOR j 81TTE III. POSTAL HI II.DIM; I Op| i\< PMI Office) Twelfth Year in Miami %  % % % % % % % % % %  I %  BOGGS 1 for Shoe Repairing The Ver> Fine.! f Sole Leather Imnudiitr Attention in thr Cleane-I %  j and Be-t Shop in Miami l'rirrRight — Convenient Location %  We Make Vonr sh..<-I.....k Like Sea SEYBOLD ARCADE 10 N. K. Pint Street %  % % % % %  P I BON TON Dry Gleaners We ("all 1 or and Delixr Carpels and KUK* Cleaned or IKi- FU^h n, „ r ,l fUkloa The *• Will %  *• la -Salt *?***' %  *'* *tr*tat* 1 I m. •fc.,W .. j LKSSS RENXART LUMBER YARDS, Inc FISHERMAN Come out to 79th Street —get your bait and tackle at the Tarpon Tackle Shop <9th St. and Biscayne Blvd. The Finest and Freshest Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Everything Choice MRS. A. WALL 32 and 33 FARMERS IT RB MARKET S. W. 2nd Ave. and Bridge Phone 3-1181 Delaney & Beers Kodak Finishing and Knlarsinc Commrrria! Work and Home Portrait50 o Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. Iih St. Phone 2-5SK5 Royal Typewriters Nv* .and Kactory Rebuilt Portable*. S23.sn to S6O.00 B. TRACKER, Local Dealer 210 N. E. 2nd St. • Phone 2-0115 NICBLEY Funeral I Iome 1131 WaahlngtOB AT.. Miami Hea.h PHONE B-SS88 SCHCOLNIK'S NEW YORK Bohemian Rye Produced by New York Bread & Cake Co., Ine. lectriciiV IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. lUeib! SOMPHfiL



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Ljqr, funf 23, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN rage live SOCIETY Carl Press officiated at the Japtial ceremonies in the Strath Ijiven hotel last Sunday evening l-yn Miss Beatrice Shaft became 1^ bride of Leonard Finn of CleveliDd. Ohio She was given in marLge by her uncle. Mr. B. M. Frank, %  a,! was attended by her sister. Z... who was maid of honor, %  ariotte Frank was flower girl and larev Pepper served as best man. Ijtfy membera of the immediate laai'ily attended and then went to [inner held at the hotel. Following 1.-/ dinner a reception was held at lie home of the bride's mother and Lveral hundred guests attended. In l-je receiving line were the bridal vjpie. MrMax Shaff. mother of l-y bnde and Mrs. James Finn, Lgtbrrof the groom, who came from l-.fveiand to attend the ceremonies. rse home was beautifully decorated I r 'he event, and a beautiful lace I •„ covered the long dining table li.'.h was heavily laden with good|i! all kinds. Following the recepI .x. tiie bridal couple left for a trip h Florida and then to Clevelir.d. Ohio, for an indefinite stay. • • I The lawn party and dance being lyonsored by the Hebrew Athletic ill be held Sunday evening. in the dub grounds, S. W. Rxteenth avenue and Fifth street. lir. evening of gala entertainment l-r.d dancing is promised. The comlautee in charge of arrangements of Emanuel Weinkle, Leo :. Minrv Grossman and Sol llevin. • "Oh dear, my oh. is he going h.r right here?" Well. fivcLij W. Hauler at Mh 1'hone 2-33:.J | NKW POLICY — 20r ALL DAY { Sund> ..ml Monday%  >""' *S-M I PRI ll!l( MARCH in f "Tonight Is Ours" | ith ( LAl'DETTC COLBERT j |f ; I nderwood Fish & Poultry Market H N. W. 12TH AVE. Fresh Dressed Poultry ii Hand, or Dressed While You Walt Mil K FED FRYERS YARD EGGS FRESH FISH what would you think if you were the hostess at a sedate party and the shadow on a glass door leading to a balcony plainly showed a man in the act of removing a woman's stockings? That is exactly what ZaSu Pitts wonders, and that is why she asks the startled question of Roland Young, with whom she is conversing in the drawing room. But if she had only realized at the time that the man whose shadow she saw was her husband. Slim 8ummervlUe! And if Young had known that the woman was Verree Teasdale. the blonde married charmer with whom he himself was then carrying on an affair! But they found it out later, and then the fireworks began. This is one of the amusing situations m "They Just Had to Get Married." the hilarious Universal comedy which comes to the 7th Avenue theatre Sunday and Monday with Slim Summerville and Miss Pitts in the starring roles The Senior Hadassah Installation tea Will be held at the Strath Haven hotel. Miami Beach, on Monday afternoon, June 26. beginning at 2:30 p.m with Mrs. Leonard Epstein In charge. She will be assisted by Mrs. Sam Simonhoff and the following committees Greeting the guests will be Mrs. Louis Zeientz and Mesdaines Louis Heiman. Milton Weiner. Alex Goldstein, H. Rubin. Harry WeinWalter Cohen and Bernard Simon. Receiving the guests will be Mesdames Joseph Williamson, Max Dobrin, Barney Weinkle and Julius Simpson Presiding at the tea table will be Mesdames B. F. Schoenberg, H. Ki legi • and I. Sapero. Mr A. H. %  Promenson, well known In the national circles for his work In Zion-ni. will give a reading from "ShoAlelchem." translated into the English. A musical program will be i, srnted During the afternoon balloting for the selection ol a Hada sah delegate to the World Zionist Congn al Carlsbad will be held. with Mrs Louis Zeientz as chlel teller, AH members and friends are PI \) l\<: AT Till Charles Adelman. the son of Mr. 'Ill AVENU l THEATRl and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, was taken suddenly ill Wednesday evening and was operated on for appendicitis at the Jackson Memorial hospital, where he is now a patient. • • • At a joint meeting of Beth David Sisterhood and Beth David administrative board held last Wednesday, plans for the joint meeting and social of all members of both organizations to be held Sunday evening, June 25, beginning at 8 o'clock, were announced. The affair will be given in the Beth David Talmud Torah hall and an evening of entertainment has been arranged by the committee in charge, headed by Mrs. Louis Hayman. The public is invited to attend. SPENCER We create .i design especially for yon MRS. FLORENCE WALZER Registered Spencer ( orsetiere 1.11 S. W. Till A*,-. MIAMI. I IDKIDA hone 2-' will • %  '"IIIIIMtheir patronaa-e. Mickey Cherep "Real Music' : Dr. V. K. Jindra | raYglCIAN and SURGEON %  %  Announces Re nun al of %  Hit Offices to m j M 5 WEST FLAGLER STREET J Of fir. Hour.: to ". p.m. — 7 to 8 p.m. %  PHONE 2-6057 B %  %  %  i % % % % % %  m m I -.'I N. WMh St. Phone 2-3605 IJiL'^^?—---•+ Laundry Service %  Ut work Ironed, wearini app.r.l d.mp .nd re.dy to iron. Monday. Tuesday .nd Wednesday. 15 !•• •-• Thuraday and Friday. 20 Ibn Minimum WHITE BELT LAUNDRY phone Kdtew.ter 1568 Slim Summerville urged to attend. a a a Mrs Max Jacobskind and daughter. Tobie, Miss Miriam Jacobskind and Miss Lillian Wucher. will leave Monday by auto for New York to relatives and friends • • a The first of a series of summer dances to be given by the Junior Council of Jewish Women will be held on July 2 at the Coral Gables Country club with Miss Miriam Scheinberg, chairman of the arrangements committee. Full details will appear in our next issue. a a a Witli bargains In standard well known brands of groceries being offered to the public, large crowds are coming daily to the Dobson


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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 23, 1< Dearest Pat: Your letter made me very happy and I'm glad to hear that you're really interested in hearing all about my quest for beauty. It's all so new and fascinating to me that I can't think of another thing. Of course. I wanted to learn all about make-up right away but Rita Insists that I must learn to improve my complexion first. She has tried to impress on me that cleaning ss Is very important — both inside and out. Of course. I had to cut out all the rich desserts, cakes, pies, and coffee, but it wasn't hard because I know that I'm going to get wonderful results. I have to drmk six glasses %  ". water a day (Rita MIS to that', eat lots of fruit and vegetables, and take some kind of exercise every day. It seems that there are a number oi ways to remove blackheads but Rita thinks the best way is make a nice lather of castile soap and literally shampoo your :.i.i with it. But. first I had to keep applying hot towels to my face for a few minute.ami after i had washed el with she lather. I dried 1: with a soft towel and rubbed skin food into my skm I: the blackheads an terribly stubborn you can steam your :., i first ; %  ::-., • %  : .mi a few nights in succession the blackheads will disappear If you're one of those people who must squeeze their blackheads, then for goodness sakes don't use your fingers because you'll bruise the skin. After you've applied the hot towels and soapy lather, take the rounded end of a hairpin and force the ugly thing out and then dab it witli peroxide. To keep the blackheads from relurnlng vou have to keep your face very clean, and that means that it has to be washed at least once a daj with soap and water if your -km is ii to be dry and oftener if it's oily. The girl with a dry skm should always UM cream or, her fac< aftei washing it and cleanse 1: thon with cream at '.•.<-• nee a day besides the washing With SOap and water. There are SO many won things to learn that I car. hardly wail Rita has promlsi ii I how to keep my hands fi and lovely, how .,: ol all my unblemishes, how % %  hav< .. skin you love to touch, and how to make my own creams and ns at a very small cosi Don't think thai about Bill because I'm d( Ing II tor him. J'.;-' hi sees the new Joan i can :..:.::• %  wail b::: I .. .:• ss it'll fa tor i ::.i\< something i rk I r : something i Ic forward I lusi seeli It in his eyes w hi:. • %  %  :.. %  will be B i rth all this Love, Joan Mr. Jacob Miller of 1822 Nineteenth avenue, south, observed his sixtieth birthday on Sunday. June 18. Many friends and relatives called to congratulate him. Among the prominent speakers wishing him a 'happy birthday'' were Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. Cantor Boris H. Schlachm,in ot Miami Beach. Hynian M. Jacobs, president of Congregation Bnal Israel; Harry Herman, treasurer; David Rothblatt. and several Mr. Schlachman also rendered several vocal selections suiting the occasion. Refreshments were served during the afternoon with dinner served for 30 immediate relatives and guests. Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa d Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. M: and Mrs Gordon of Tampa formerly Mrs. Weissman, visited Mrs J PUChs ot tills city. \ ii ry pretty wedding was Bolemn.•.-: Thursday evening. June 15. thl Lakewood Estates Country Ben Wolfson was marSylvia Schwartz, both of this City. Rabb: A S. Kleinfeld officiated, assisted by Cantor Boris H. Schlachman I Miami Beach The couple I honeymoon. \ Sii rki -• and daughter Jenli aving Sunday, June 2 will visit rela: air Bxpositi n St. Petersburg Notes Jew And Gentile Join In Appeal. %  vi •.Ii ted bj Cantoi Boris H : B lesl : • ASK sermon n Fai I -::nufd from V*t One! men in suffering tn 1S1 b they go need our ferers fi avagt : i ai : %  :: :: W %  •• %  hen cress Th< have done rong: yet I e wounded this :.. %  : ivil and ofldent that --.:. and will refuse "••' I bj :..:i-.ood .-. : And i t thi millions of ::.anic stock ty has will again act upon the ave always I • .. —• ind justlct %  tri unphed, to perform We : r no other nbitions : %  • : %  ; %  %  %  iffi : when we %  slight :-: %  %  • tnitigati tress : %  the duty o: irdless withpower. the hai a persecute have been I thi t is hea •o know that so many of our fellowol other faiths, have milrallied to their support, and have ex I their abhorrence of ti :. .ion.'' ': Donald in hi ; for Ji wish relief in Germany is urgent. Through not the of their own. thousands of Jews — professional men and women and their families — have been deprived of the possibility of j earning a living. A large proportion of all of the Jewish lawyers, doctors, musicians, teachers and social workers in the Reich have suddenly been removed from their positions merely because they are Jews. Many of these already face want and even starvation. These cultural leaders of Germany desperately need material sustenance from abroad. "Among the Jewish artisans and industrial workers there is similar need. The change of regime in the Reich has involved the elimination of Jews on a large scale from jobs in Industry and in the municipal, state and national administrative organizations. Even In Jewish owned institutions, outside pressure has frequently lorced the dismissal of Jewish workers. And these dismissed employees, like those dismissed from professional posts, can have no hope. except in rare instances, of now finding new positions in Germany. They are dependent upon the charity of the world. "The obligation to be generous in the relief of these sufferers is no) merely upon Jews who are more fortunately situated, as In America: the obligation rest-, it seems to me. ivily upon American nonJew-. No meat cause, no charitable enterprises in the United States, evr lacks Jewish support. Here. then. Is a unique opportunity for Americans. Irrespective of racial or religious background, to prove that they are ready to share the burden of asIng the cruelly suffering German Jews. Such aid. if generous in I amount and truly American in -cope, would do more than relieve : thou-andol cases ol individual dis. it would hearten a great people m the knowledge that they are not alone In their hour of battle for dom and equality of rights. AntiSemltii persecution, practiced by %  ianin the name oi Christianity, Is a non-Jewish problem. It Is a to civilized men. Gentiles. In helping Jewm this time of trial, • the stigma of failure to against Incensate bigotry, in : words, for US who are not Jew. ffei an opportunity to help a suffering people and to savi our own honor." ( OMPLl It. Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators. Geo. Patterson, Inc. 140.1 Binrayne Hld. Phonr :-l>:,l TIOGA YARNS Free Instructions All New Shades of Ilouele. Crevenna and Glaconouer Wool Yarns The LoRENE SHOP 184!t Biscavne Blvd. %  % % % % % % % % %  a i PSWHILBACHHR'S MARKET %  %  PRIME MEATS %  727 S. W. fith St. %  1227 W. Flaeler St. %  Phone 2-.17 12 We Deliver $53,OCKJ FIRE SALE OF GROCERIES BARGAINS GALORE B.IRKY'S. ROYAI. ARMS. COll LEGE INN GOODS. From the Wholesale Grocery stock of Hill Bros., Inc. turned over to the Insurance Co.. after recent fire to be sold. 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Miami, Fla
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June 23, 1933

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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wJewisti rtoridian
I J ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, I RIDAY, JUNE 23, 1953.
Price Five Cents
evv And Gentile
Speak Out
Athletic Club
Will Celebrate
Famous Cantor
Dies Suddenly
New Officers
To Be Installed
h:

he dinner wliich launched the
, campaign to help the suf-
jews in Germany, held at the
dore In New York, two
od forth; one by Gov-
n of New York and the
bj James O. McDonald, a
an ol the Foreign
tion.
pnrnoi Lehman In his address
d the ideals and achieve-
. the American Jewish Joint
ommlttee, of which he
... ,,. officer .since its incep-
I declared that "Its sole pur-
ays been to relieve suf-
nity wherever the need
eatest." Discussing the pre i i
riUeh made this cam-
Hal, the governor said:
,., rid is shocked al the In-
and unprecedented official
invoked by the Qer-
nment agatnsi those ol
our faith and race
For countless generations Ger-
mans of Jewish faith have lived and
torked. fought and died, for their
..,,. iheir duly and priV-
. gave to their country
lance, their devotion.
lives. They loved Ger-
had deep pride In its
Khievemenl Its national culture,
m us hi rj In their work and In
places. In every activity.
Ik hi life, loyal citizens
j. faith contributed to the
upbuilding hi what has been a great
nation. In science and literature. In
art, In business and ta-
in r\i ry form "i spirit -
.Hid Intellectual activity,
d and held an honored
they contributed to Ger-
l-belng; in war they laid
! lives for Germany's
uld not do otherwise, as
good Jew* Their spiritual tradition.
their dl pi si aspirations, permitted
noothei course, because their faith,
hallowed by the traditions of count-
ies, is based on good citi-
zenship.
Sudd. niy. almost without warn-
fficial and national edict,
ail oi th Jews of Germany 600,-
000 people were singled out for
. economically, socially,
. ally. They have been har-
rlven out of their positions
in business, In public life, in indus-
In commerce, and in the
hat been no .se.iecy. no
urn. on the part oi the
overnment. Hundreds ol
i I men and women In all
valks ve been ruthlessly
and without pity deprived of their
: livelihood, and of the pri-
mary rights of ciu/.enship. Loyalty.
Patriotism, service, have counted for
doctors, lawyers, civil ser-
iirsity professors and oth-
lers, scientists, musicians, ta-
WOrkers, have been driven
Irom their positions and have b'en
the right to work at their vo-
Bven the right to an educa-
'ion is now beam denied many ol
wish children and youths, re-
Ol their intellectual quallfl-
ns.
< oiiiiiiui (I on I'age 61
The formal banquet and installa-
tion ol the recently elected Ofl
ot the Hebrew Athletic club will be
held Thursday evening, June 29, be-
ginning al 7 p.m. at Grate restau-
rant, Miami Beach Entertainment
will be provided In addition to the
formal installation ceremonies. Mur-
ray Kellman is chairman ol the ar-
rangements committee and he is be-
d by Hyinan Apte and J
i. :: i Reset vations may be made
with any member ol the committee.
Yosele Rosenblatt, famous in every
spot throughout the entire world for
Ins remarkable- interpretation of
Yiddish liturgical music and folk
songs, died suddenly last Sunday
morning In Ji rusalem, where he had
just completed a talking picture for
the Pox Film company. The cause
of his death was a licart attack. He
was burled In Jerusalem last Tues-
daj and a lame crowd attended the
funeral services in which many of
the prominent rabbis took part.
Officers to be
Banquet Guests
Final plans for the formal instal-
lation banquet ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery association were
announced by members ol the ar-
ments committee and include
a number ol speakers ol note as well
US a musical program. The affair,
which will be held at Beth David
Talmud Torah hall Wednesda> eve
nun:. June 2S. beginning at 7:30 p
m will have as Its guests the offi-
cers and directors of the association
and their wives, the president
letaries, vice presidents and treas-
urers Ol Beth David. Beth Jacob and
Miami Jewish Orthodox cor..
lions, the presidents ol the Sister-
and Ladies' auxiliary -
lions and a number
0I Hi, leading Jewish communal
- ,,! Miami, a report oi the
wink ol the organization tor the
paSt ., irs and plans for the
future will be presented durum the
evening. Addresses will be made by
ing and incoming officers
and no appeals for funds will be
made. Actively assisting In the plans
and work for the installation ban-
quet .,,,. members of the sisterhood
I chesed Shel Ernes, parent organ-
ization Of the Cemetery association.
m charge ol arrangements lor the
banquet are H. M Drewltch, Sol
Schwartz. M. B. Prank, Manuel Bip-
pa and Mesdames Morris Kotkin,
M. Blppa. Sol Schwartz.. Sadye G
Rose and L. Abrams.
Recently elected officers of the
Junior Hadassah will be instajy/d at
a banquet which will be held Mon-
day evening, June 26. at the Cara
Villa with Mrs. Veeda Cromer. a
past president of the organization,
as toastmlstress. The banquet hall
will be decorated in rainbow colors
and Officers will be installed with
the rainbow theme running through
the ceremonies. A musical program
will be presented in addition to the
usual addresses by the officers and
the formal induction ceremonies
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. phone S3687. or
Miss Lena Weinkle. phone 52273.
---------------
Announcements
j __________i
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
The usual services begin at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 8:30 and Mincha services, fol-
lowed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late
services have been discontinued un-
til the High Holidays. Daily services
begin at 8 a.m.
Many Become
U. S. Citizens
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. 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 their
religion seriously and wish to at-
tend services.
Cantor rosele Rosenblatt
Miami Delegates
To Urge Hotel
Plans for the Bending of a delega-
tion of Miamians to attend the con-
r, of the Maccabees to be held
ln Detro.. shortly lor the purpose of
Miami's suitability for the
location of a 500-room hotel will be
made at a meeting to be held tod*
The meeting, which will be held In
Seyoold building offices of the
^cabees, will outline plans to
refunds to send the Jtmior band
ad a delegation of Miami's leading
;,,,,. to the Detroit convention.
Recently the national organization
decided to erect a 500-room hotel tor
members In Florida and already
8rasoU and St. Petersburg are
: located in their cities.
Cantor Rosenblatt was a native of
Zerkoff, Russia, and when sc\ -
en years old became an intimate of
the Sandlgurer "Rebbe." He sang
under various cantors and soon be-
came famous for his remarkable
voice and diction. He held his first
position as a cantor in Munkatch.
Hungary, then went to Pressburg
while In Pressburg he composed his
well known Hebrew Melodies, and
then went to Hamburg, where he
served six years. In 1913 he accepted
the position as cantor of the Hun-
garian congregation in New York
City one ol the oldest and most m-
Buentiai Jewish orthodox syna-
gogues in the world. During the war
he was Offered an engagement with
the Chicago Opera Company, which
he declined because of his religious
scruples. During his stay In America
he toured South America. Africa,
Europe, and Palestine and every-
where he was acclaimed as the lead-
ma exponent of Hebrew and Yiddish
melodies of the century. His songs
produced in many languages
b. cantor Rosenblatt and became
known to Jews and non-Jews alike
thruogh graphophone and radio re-
cordings. His appearance as the can-
. the Jazz Singer won acclaim
tor him and this resulted in a num-
ber ol concert engagements in this
country. He lirst made the -falsetto
voice popular among Jewish audi-
ences. He also appeared In a number
01 ,her talking pictures.
,. Bppeared to Miami Beach last up to you as
vear and was heard In concert at
the Biscayne Plaza theatre.
He leaves su.viv.ng him his wife
ad several children, one of whom.
Rabbi Samuel Rosenblatt, Is rabbi
0 ,he Beth Tfiloh congregation m
Baltimore and one of the leading
figures among the younger Jewish
rabbis in this country.
Among those who were admitted
to United States citizenship amidst
Impressive ceremonies in the United
States district court last Tuesday
! were Lazarus Abrams of Miami
i Beach, former president of Beth
I Jacob congregation: Morris Bain.
Samuel Schindler. Sydney H. Pal-
mer, prominent fraternal worker
I here; Harry Rosalsky of the R. & L.
restaurant, David Wasscrman and
M. Nelson. Judge Halsted Ritter.
who presided, delivered an taterest-
I ing address as he directed the new
citizens to rise.
"I never admit a class into the
rights ol this country as citizens
without feeling the hope that after
your examination, and your prepar-
ation, you are bringing into this
country lofty ideals, that you arc-
imbued With the privileges you arc
about to enter upon, and that you
have thought a long time about this
action before you have taken it.'
Judge Ritter told the newly-made
Americans after the oath of citizen-
ship was administered by Earle
Sprigg, deputy clerk.
This country has ideals. This gov-
ernment Is different from every oth-
er country. When people come Into
tins country from other govern-
ments they bring foreign ideas and
there is a tendency to look to these
foreign ideas, but you must now take
our own ideas of government, to
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Friday evening services begin at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed
by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily ser-
vices begin at 8 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1543 S. W. Third Street
Friday evening services begin at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning service-
begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and
Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud
Torah will resume on Monday at
the usual hour. Arrangements for
Yahrzeit may be made by calling
the sexton, Mr. William Clein. 2-
0879.
mines what this country shall be
what its future shall be. and every
person exercising the voting privi-
lege ought to know for whom thej
vote why they vote for an amend-
ment to the constitution or an ordi-
nance. That requires some reading
and inquiry. It is not for you to sit
down and say now I am an Ameri-
motivate your thinking and conduct, can citizen. I don't know anything
We must' develop these. We have about these questions. I wont vote
Ideas of government different from -or to vote because some person
any others. H they are worth any- comes and says.'vote so and so. and
,hing we must test them out. We you say all right.' That is the trou-
cannot ignore these foreign ideas. ble with people from foreign coun-
We read about them. We study tries admitted as citizens In OUI
them but the duty of every Ameri- large cities. Don't be herded. Be m-
can citizen Is to take our own Idea dividual. Make up your own mind.
ol government and compare It with vote according to your conscience,
foreign ideas not to take the for- j ..Tnis is a country where you have
' elgn idea first and say American extended privileges, but this is not a
ideas must sink in comparison. country where people come just to
We are in a bad state of mental make money and get rich. I hope
thtoktag everywhere In the world. you don't come into this ^ountry
-You now enter upon the duties of with any such idea. You may
an American citizen, and it is now
citizens to help solve
our problems, calmly, without un-
necessary tumult, and the way you
can solve these problems-the way
you can contribute, is by voting-
and by this action today the right
to vote has been conferred upon you
Now individual voting is the sal-
vation of the United States of Amer-
ica, and the way people vote deter-
rich in the proper way. but this Is
a place to live, and if you live right
you will get money to live upon.
That is the lesson I would like to
impress upon you as I welcome you
as American citizens."
judge Ritter presented each ol the
new citizens with a copy of a book-
let. -American Citizenship." printed
by the Yale University Press for
the Aline Brothier Morris fund.


Pact iwo
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 23, 1933.
At the meeting of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women held last
Tuesday at the Ponce de Leon hotel
final plans for the dance of the or-
ganization to be held Sunday eve-
ning. July 2. at the Coral Gables
Country club, were announced. An
evening of dancing and novel enter-
tainment will be provided, according
to the committee in charge of ar-
rangements. Marjorie Predinger was
elected temporary chairman of hos-
pitality and Mary Anne Kamins
was chosen recording secretary. Fol-
lowing the business meeting a social
hour was spent. The next meeting of
t lie Junior Council will be held on
Wednesday evening. July 5. at the
home of Miss Miriam Scheinberg.
A meeting of the dance committee
will be held tonight and all members
are urged to attend. A board meet-
ing will be held Tuesday evening.
June 27. at the home of Mrs. E. D.
Merlin. 527 N. W. Fifth avenue, and
all future meetings during the sum-
mer of the board will be held at the
same place.

Miss Gertrude Rappaport, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rap-
p.iport of this city, will leave Mon-
day by auto for a trip to New York
City, where she will visit relatives
and friends.
*
Mr-.. B. Green and son Jack of
Birmingham. Ala., are visiting her
sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. William Friedman of this city,
Ring Funeral Home
To Serve lltnnaiiit\ Better
Operated hv
FRANK G. MeOHAN'S WIDOW
II N. W. Ird Ae.
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We have just
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Currey's
Cut Flowers
and Fruits
Floral /). i/.?s Our N;>., /.*//-,
227 E. FLAGI.ER STREET
Ponce de I.ron Hotel
SIDEBOTTOM
Ice Cream Co.
2424 N. W. 7th Ave.
1100 W. rlanlrr St.
T3I N. W. 3 1th St.
PHONE (-3811
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The Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox congregation will
hold its regular bi-weekly card party
at the home of Mrs. William Clein.
1860 S. W. Third street. Tuesday
evening. June 27. beginning at 8 p.m.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served. The public is invited to at-
tend.
Initiation ceremonies of the He-
brew Athletic club, when a large
number of new members will be in-
ducted, will be in charge of Robert
Polep. chairman of the initiation
committee. Following the ceremon-
ies, which will be elaborate, refresh-
ments will be served. All members
ire urged to attend.
j.uk Atkm> l- chairman Ol a com-
mittee which will hold a house
dance at the community centre of
the Hebrew Athletic club on Thurs-
day evening. June 29.
The diamondball team ol the He-
Ol'eu Athletic club will play a aitl
.onight at Coconut Grove. In Its
games the club has been
playing better ball though losing to
li adi i I i league.
*
Harry Goldstein. Congress build-
Ing, was re-elected president of the
Miami organization ot Certified Pub-
lic Accountants at a recent mi etin
John Mahoney was selected secre-
ary and treasurer. Other officers
are to be chosen at a later meeting.
plicity marked the marrla
Miss Ro-c Weingarten of Miami and
v o Goldberg ol La Porte.
.nd.. last week at the home ol the
Mr and Mrs. I
W Filth .-tree'.
c A Pres perl rmed the cere-
and bridal m.; rovided
oy Cantor Louis Hayman.
A dinner lor membi
: and .i f( v. nut ol tow:.
nuptials. Oil)::..
t'ening the bride and bridegroom
for ,i wedding trip They will
hi mi '.. i-i Poi
.i. Oi Idberg is in the pewelry bus-
iness.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Nevins enter-
tained at dinner last week at their
home in Beacom Manor loi Ml
Frances Druckerman, whose ap-
proaching marriage to Oscar Mayers
will be an event ol July 7
Their guests included Miss Druck-
erman and Mr. Mayers, Mr. and
Mrs. M. N. Weinerman and Jack
Druckerman.
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For Girls
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Miss Lillian Dock left recently on
the SS. Seminole for New York. She
will visit friends and relatives there
and in Pennsylvania and New Jer-
' sey.
. .
Miss Gladys Greenberg was the
recipient of many lovely gifts at a
surprise birthday given in her honor
by her mother. Mrs. J. Greenberg.
at her home Sunday evening. Assist-
Ing the hostess in entertaining was
Miss Ida Engler.
The house was beautifully decor-
ated in pink and green, which was
carried out in the refreshments and
favors.
Dancing and games were played.
winning prizes were: Miss
Norma Simpson. Kenneth Warshoff.
Miss Molly Engler. and Aaron Gold-
enblanck.
At a late hour refreshments were
served.
One of the features ol the evening
was an imitation birthday cake
which held within it a fortune for
each of the guests present.
On the program during the eve-
ning was Miss Shirley Wallach. Miss
Ruth Kraft, and Herman Kraft.

The marriage l Miss HUma Rose
.ind Samuel August took place last
Sunday evening at the Beth David
synagogue, with Rabbi J. A. Press
and Rabbi D. B Mmdel performing
he ceremony in the presence ol
several hundred guests.
The bride wore a '-own of white
satin, molded on long lines. Her tulle
veil, extending to the hem of her
skirt, was caught cap shaped about
her head and held In place by a
v b'a s-oms. She car-
ried a shower bouquet of bride's
Miss Leona Rose, sister oi the
bride, was maid ol honor. She wore
a youthful model oi pink chiffon,
and carried a bouquet ot radiant,
roses Louis August, brother ol the
bridegroom, was best man.
Following the ceremony, a i
Mon was held m the Talmud Torah.
Inmcnt was provided,
and refreshmeni erved. At the
Mi and Mrs.
n a i itor tour oi the
ates and 111 spend somi
Ime in thi the (
linas.
thi ing ol all chap-
: the Order ol Beatitudes, the
Mount Olive) chapter with
Miss Ida En li i as retiring Light ol
thi Ea tuu irrendered its charter.
Mr Louis Van Gilder of West
Palm Beach Is a visitor to Miami,
where he has been spending
wi i k*. on business.
The local Senior Council of Jewish
Women is sponsoring a midnight
-how at the Olympia theatre Satur-
day night. July 3. the proceeds to be |
used towards the maintenance of the
Hebrew Friendly Inn and the schol-
arship fund of the organization.
Tickets may be obtained from any
member of the organization
The fact that so many people who
like to sing find vocal expression im-
possible, has given Baroness Leo-
pold, well-known voice teacher, food
for thought and scientific study.
Most of us have no conception of
the part played by the muscles in
learning to sing, the Baroness said.
"If we are to sing we must first
train certain muscles to co-operate
in producing tone and then we must
assume definite control over those
that would interfere."
Grave faults of the experienced
singer as well as almost miraculous
aid to the beginner is provided by
muscular and diaphragm control as
taught in her new summer classes.
Because the system is expensive and
requires special training on the part
of the instructor, heretofore it has
been employed only by those able to
finance a lengthy period of training
and study, it was explained.
Baroness Leopold, however, has
adapted the system to class work
j and, therefore, obtains the maxi-
| mum results passible at a minimum
cost.

The Ladies' auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare bureau held its final
meeting of the current season at
the home of its president. Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz, last Monday. Im-
portant business was transacted.
The next meeting of the organiza-
tion will be held Monday. Septem-
' ber 17.
An important meeting of the Sen-
ior Council of Jewish Women will bi (
held at the home of Mrs. Samuel
AronowitZ on Wednesday. June 28,
beginning at 2:30 p.m. The business
meeting will be followed by a pro-
gram under the direction of Mrs
Daniel Cromer, program chairman,
who will present Warren Hardman.
pianist, in a number of piano selec- ,
tlons. Mrs. T. T. Stevens, president
of the Miami Women's club, will
speak, A social hour will follow the
program. All members and friends
are asked to attend this meeting, BS
it will be the final meeting of the
current season
*
Claudette Colbert and Fredric
March are eo-starred m "Tonight Is
Ours,' screen adaptation ol the ro-
mantic play by Noel Coward, which
pens a' the TiVOli theatre Sunday
and Monday It marks the first ap-
pearance ol March on the screen
since he won the award ol the Mo-
tion Pit tore Academy ol Arts and
sen]:,. r the best performance ot
1932.
The witty but romantic flavor ot
"Private Lives," a sensational movie
success, best known of Coward's
plays, characterizes "Tonight Is
Ours." It too is a story of clever,
amusing people, outwardly giddy but
actually devoted and tender toward
each other.
Miss Colbert Is cast as a girl who
has thrown aside the responsibilities
of a kingdom for a fling at Paris,
and March as a young wealthy Par-
isian who insists on taking the fling
with her. Together they race gayly
through the French capital, fully en-
joying the pleasures of the town,
but more fully enjoying each other.
Their moments alone are moments
of tender, deep-flowing passion. A
strange trick of the fates almost up-
sets their lives, but a surprising, dra-
matic climax sets everything to
rights.

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pHT- Tune 23, 1933.
THE JEWISH
fLOKIDlAN
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a-gST I'M M BEACH OFFICE
in Eighth Strati
Mr.. M. S hrt'hniik. Kvpraaantatlva
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FRIDAY, JUNE 88, I'm.
Vol. ti No. 25.
vised for the development of teach- or she should hum,,,, that 'trulv
"' "" ""'" forah school, bul eth in the law of the Lord; so that
: :;;;r,7' -,,,,.,,,,,,,,::
; ; v.......Thatadif- lhe future JewJsh men......
ferenC( '" "" requirement ol the will emulate the
Page Three
Talmud Torah teai hei and the con-
gregational Sunday school teacher Is
teachei' .ii wi h re-
i" the tei..... nol tor-
THE
lnal Sunday school teacher is ..........,,, the Talmud.
,,''"u' ,'""" certalnl> '" b. re- th. teacher I like the pupils father,
Bretted. Both are all the more effec- with tl whlle the
H 'n the Instruction which they fathei :. for the pupils
b called upon to give, as they are earthly existence, the teacher is re-
re resourceful In Jewish knowl- sponslble for the pupils Immortal
i'i> ......
Ill;
are
mor
edge.
"During the pa I week I requested
the curriculum ol the Baltimore
tual life.
"Unfortunately, many .1 e w i s h
He- nol rich In J< wish re-
brew college, tor 1932-1933 to be enl Ii I nducl do
me I could nol help bul marvel al square with their Instructions. I
plines which thi
student Is being ta
I mel Joe, the scissors, bread- The ma ed liumbl;
knife, axe and umbrella repairer. dom's chain,
Ji e looki d ad i i asked: "How'i The I acclaim,
busine
"Bu hew Bnorted J le of knowl-
l""1"'" Immortal ,......,,-. gei no knif,
.... ,. Lndaunied by fago ind rack
pei pie .ill buv their bread sliced. I
get no si i sors 'cos nobody make
their own clothe I I i
cos iv'rybody have E-lectric
cluck. No axi grin' 'cos nobodj
the numerous disciplines which thi acred Jewish prin- .-hop wood for klndlhv. An' no urn-
An Appeal Which
Should be Heeded
Win "/ the history <>) our
.' bat there been more need
the proper leu ish edtn at ion
.In ii Ihau now. lint in
ibt K1"1'. "I this education,
nerywhen m this country but
particularly in Miami and
n I of I lorida, u i n sped-
fully diri / urn readi rs' atti ntion
la Ibt .1.1.1', [5 of Ii, I /)'. tt ;/
litm Roscnau of Baltimore, ont
of iIk leading Reform Jewish
nbbh "i the country. We en-
i/orjf fa artily "feu iih /< a, I', n
\hould be an example of Iewish
ii a, is" "the i arrying
mil at lb, i/A/i i of Judaism" .
"the ob\crtance of ceremonials
juJ Ihloilli in the hum,-."
in this in- ciplcs and arc Incon- brolla to repair 'co folk
stitutlon. They cover Bible, Mishnah, sistenl and consequently untrust- brella ol' fashion. What you
Talmud, Medieval Jewish Poetry, worthy. They are destructive rather tlnk about my business. Mist
Modem Hebrew, Scriptural Com- than constructive in their Influence. ------
mentaries, Jewish History, Religion, Thej look up ailing merely The waiter was taking the ordei
Synagogal Liturgy, Educational Psy- from the ide ol material return tor ol a prettj girl who was accompan-
ihology. and Pedagogical Methods effort expended in the educational led by a florid, podgy, middli
Would that. In the light of the stlm- fhey make the Law a .-pad.- man.
ulaiion oi Jewish knowledge, which with which to dig. They may have "And how aboul the
this varietj ol Information Ivi to learned much, bul they have still waiter inquired
ilmud Torah teacher, the sun- ne lessoi
might pro- tin Ma ter for I reci iving
vide more than a b course a reward, but to let the fear ol
In Hebrew, a survey ol Biblical liter- Heaven resi upon them, 'En adam
attire, and history Horn the begin- zocheh lilmod mlkol.' one hould
ning of time to the pn ntent or toned to learn
"I doubt not but that evei anybodj Im pectlvi ol pro- my wife for an hour the other eve-
you young men v. and nn.: and couldn'l hear a word ihe
faithfully covered the Held ol stud- Ip in a teacher is said."
lea stipulated. H as 1 picture nol linked up with religiousness, the
to in;sell the average Jewish teach- pupil within the teacher's charge
er whom I know hi ere, will be iui eventually
i k niy.seii the question, 'I- II the ralson d'etre ol Jewish educa-
illy n mi: the gradu- ti flower in
nil ol for Jem j the Jewl the Jt wi h
Ish teachers, thai they are to b ind Jewish manhood and wom-
Jewish tea hom the Jewish
:
Inqu
"Oh, he can order whatever he
ame the start ling reply.
"How i- ihe music In I
rant'.'''
Wonderful I I was in thi re with
To unclasp hau loose tyr-
am
: ick.
They turn. now. and beckon to those
m i he vali.
hem of hope a new
For now they are promised their
. II
There an tomorrow's
ii
and I'll
cream.
How Is the (oiiee this morning?
Go
How did you d did you
am?

food!
Addle delivered at the com-
exercises of the Balti-
ew college by Rev. Dr.
William Rosenau:
1" peak under auspices such as
. indeed a privilege. That I
appreciate the opportunity of ad-
the assembly before me
1 hope, no special assurance
part Lei me, therefore, with-
out any further introductory re-
murks proceed to voice the thoughts
Men the present occasion suggests
to my mind.
"The first of these thoughts to
tflich I allude concerns Itself with
'ions which I bring you
young mi ii and women who are to
paduate tonight as Jewish teachers
Irom this institution. You are to be
not merely by the fac-
ulty ol the Baltimore Hebrew col-
lege, bu- also by the Baltimore Jew-
m inity, Being indirectly un-
ite the supervision ol the local
Board il Jewish Education, which
upport irom all Jewish
iroups Ii may indeed be asserted,
that you are the educational pro-
dirts, in the making of whom the
'Hire Baltimore Jewish community
' b part
"hi stressing this point. I cannot
he'p bi,- recall the growth ol your
colleiir j; W;ls ,),,,;,,/(.(| some years
aeo by a small group of men. with
Dr brae] Bfros as its principal. In
due course of time, it became an Im-
portant !actor in Baltimore's Jewish
"tacati n al system, And latterly, it
d and reorganised by Dr.
"*1 L. Kaplan, under whose guid-
an<* the college now Is.
"Al the outset the college followed
'Curriculum adapted merely to the
Owning of teachers required by the
Rimini Torah. Soon, however, the
alii-iui,,,! dawned on both !acuity
and board thai, in order to serve
* whole ol Baltimore Jewry. ape-
A wonder girl I
Tillie i"
bathes ami bathes and
Ni ver I [gles!
consciousness i- pi mouni i d, bj
whom the J
through whom Jew- and Ji
are tO be developed'1'
"Important as is every subject
which you have been taughl fi i
teaching pi the subjei
es its \alue unless II maki -. Ii
The I i the poki r
anhood, winch we are accustomed nol II
pieadln in open.
religiousness In the Jewish ------
ei 1 would have you your.-; Is the past dead and gone?
mi:. and women, members ol the el It!
ol i!:i of the Baltimore He- why scourge your oul Ick with
i,lru ognlze how essential remorse'
religiousness, with the Jewish quail- if defeat was your lot, and you
ition is in these daj ol o i met it.
,,nd th'roudi "vou tor a deep-seated Amid an atmosphen -sided Fight on. while you've courage and
appreciation ol thai Jewishness depression irom which all humanity force,
which alone is the saving power ol sutlers, the wisdom winch conns roi Lei no vain regrets ever haunl
Israels historic influenci Letnoon. mosl In the restoraUon ol our hap- Save your tears till you've good
.jewishness.''Jewishness is not nee- pii tear of the Lord. After cause to wi
fail to define prop..",. rm all, what does the lord require of If the pa to harry and taunl
you,
,,i d dl Its i rave deep1
man who lives In the ;
haa
Of memories bitter or strai
dear.
May find contenl In remembered
da.
Bui he has no p ai e Lhi
and Here,
shake off the old as you ml
thong;
Take up the ta ik ol tin m
!! w.
lhe .-pace ol a lifetime is none too
And the work ol the world is yours
do,
ly philanthropy. Jewish na- us but to do justice, to love mercy.
., or Jewish racialism, or and to walk humbly before our Ma-
even all ol these combined. II these ker? And, ta the last analj
a,e stressed within the philosophy lousness ol the Jewish type, having
0l the Jew. by one person or an- its root.- In the unity of Ood, mus.
otner then ,hev should be regarded make, through peace, lor the unity
Hroilaries to the major proposi- ol mankind. May it ever be borne
Jewish religiousness winch m mind what the an.
Pomona '" that, as there te no religlous-
;, ,,,, Jewish salntliness ness ^here there Is no wlsdon
w. at ;.!,. that the Ark ol the U. no wisdom where there Is
Covenant was covered with gold no religiousness.
--;.....a............'..... rtsT^rs.-
his verbal emphasis. resoluteness within
r.rraTSsss ~rsz:xZ".'" mJZ......................."'""
so that such purposi mai accora y m ey ^ved wen enough for their
alwaya with Jewish religiousness or Jorio^ calling^ ^ ^ ^
Jewlsh salntliness, he or she should y- j ^ ^ ^ ^ ihry ^ ,h,,,ull);,,,. Bnd
have a care ever to acknowledge ins tato pc....... ^ ^ ^ rf|
or her Jewish group belongingness a j (||||ness and wWch so scrap -hen and casl them
and to per.orm those respon.sib.lU.es enjog .............._ >
-..................sr-sSrC:.....,...........,--*,.
world-wide synagogue 5fou will
lied reward for
Holy Days and festive seasons. ^__. d,.b(,1.;i. ln judg.
,.,. meiit You will train many disciples.
curriculum also had to be de example m
attendance at worship
H0^0fO^andbCUttaaS You'will make a fence around the
ol Jewish ceremonies n respective
family Ufe He or she should stand UW ^^ ^ |n(1
oUt conspicuously as the incarnation 1V ol thai Jewish ethic- which is ... pentateuchal section ad- ol years
ultlmate goal of U.e Jewish faith v- ,srael| your vlctlma priests who wrought on
Bnd u, the compelling agent of th "o ^ ^ ^ ^ {fMn
exaltation of humanity by means ol J'JJV' they wU, at all tlmes ottered by Ignorance, folly and
righteousness. In brief, the Jews toWard the Menorah, the hate
"^h r,"mj:::;:,r,eh:;!,snc.;.., among u. peop.es m ****.
the morning paper .
What d in to do ti
:,d i and oui n i I ilk,
Meeting In i>. Int and In talk and
thi i
On the
Wife "Tl
to be ver} her
you
do that?"
Husband: "I don'l know her well
enough yet."
Oh, the hOl dOg 1- the noble si do
one who .
not bite the hand thai teed
Rui ie-ds the hand thai bite i
A man wh
patiently In the post office ci Id nol
attract thi
girls behind the counter.
The evi ning cloak.''
one ol the girls to I
brocade, with fox fur and wide pa-
At this point the long-sufli
customer broke In with :
you can provide me
stamp with a dinky p d hem.
ihe tout ensemble treated on the
revers im arabii
about three cents."
d With you. once 111 the loll".
Beneath the radiance ol the calm
moonlight;
\ into the
ht
To thai dear Land of Dreams we
Ion torso
You took my hand and led me
through the slow.
up our lli:l.t
J lam
mered white
Beyond the drab, cold outlines ol
the world we know.
You were a queen; your name was
m the dlstanl ihadow-world
he ond
The mi-i far d( wn thai silver-
crested stream .
You m id. me Princi i I all thai vasl
i mpire;
I wa romantic vagabond
KneehnTin the dust neath some wi,., stayed ... rule a kingdom In a
idol's weight dam-
away.
What's done cannot hamper and
bind you:
Old worlds must be traded for
new.
Leave ye terda} worries behind
you.
For tomorrow Is waiting for you!


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 23, 1933J
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI %
: In ninl Dire lor, Ka.llu Synagua .( America.
% Si \,,\\ Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida :-'
; Vol. li. Sl'XDAY, JINK IS. \\K\:\. No. 8.
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THE RABBI'S LETTER
THE rabbi has wrl extend ins stay in the North and
which i am about to read in the place of
riu Psalmisi has irulj said Man) are the thoughts in a
nd According to
n person to induct the
des otherwise Knowh dge
p rsi nal resi ircli ai and expi 1l-
iy from her chil-
li for them before she left
n she has ire ol a respor se and
pent mi ntt since I
How are
5 my I
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: : .,: [g I am tit I
arm Iron
nds. I do believ
powers
and
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Notes
PLAYING AT Till
ITYOI.I THEATRE
The first ot the series of card par-
tics given by members of Bnai Biitli
lodge as held Sunday night at the
Monterey hotel and members and '
friends ol the lodge attended. Re-
freshments were served. Martin I)u-
bin. chairman of the entertainment
committee, was assisted by President ',
Dave Feldman. Dave Katz, M. L.
Pastroff and Louis Shutzer.
A meeting of the Bnai Brith lodge
was held Monday night at the lodge
hall. 437 Clematis street, with Daw
Feldman presiding. Important news
was I and initiation of new
candidate- was held. A social hour
,-d the business session
calling upon President
R sevelt to protest the Nazi perse-
- I the Ji ws m Germany are
being circulated through Palm
Beach t mnty and in Fort Pierce by
.-.: Bnai Brith lodge. No. 1146.
Similar pi tltions are being circulated
this country and 1.000-
.: are bi Ing sought.
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. 23, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
rage live
SOCIETY
Carl Press officiated at the
Japtial ceremonies in the Strath
Ijiven hotel last Sunday evening
l-yn Miss Beatrice Shaft became
1^ bride of Leonard Finn of Cleve-
liDd. Ohio She was given in mar-
Lge by her uncle. Mr. B. M. Frank,
a,! was attended by her sister.
Z... who was maid of honor,
ariotte Frank was flower girl and
larev Pepper served as best man.
Ijtfy membera of the immediate
laai'ily attended and then went to
[inner held at the hotel. Following
1.-/ dinner a reception was held at
lie home of the bride's mother and
Lveral hundred guests attended. In
l-je receiving line were the bridal
vjpie. Mr- Max Shaff. mother of
l-y bnde and Mrs. James Finn,
Lgtbrrof the groom, who came from
l-.fveiand to attend the ceremonies.
rse home was beautifully decorated
I r 'he event, and a beautiful lace
I covered the long dining table
li.'.h was heavily laden with good-
|- i! all kinds. Following the recep-
I .x. tiie bridal couple left for a trip
h Florida and then to Cleve-
lir.d. Ohio, for an indefinite stay.
*
I The lawn party and dance being
lyonsored by the Hebrew Athletic
ill be held Sunday evening.
in the dub grounds, S. W.
Rxteenth avenue and Fifth street.
lir. evening of gala entertainment
l-r.d dancing is promised. The com-
lautee in charge of arrangements
of Emanuel Weinkle, Leo
:. Minrv Grossman and Sol
llevin.
-
"Oh dear, my oh. is he going
h.r right here?" Well.
fivcLij
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what would you think if you were
the hostess at a sedate party and
the shadow on a glass door leading
to a balcony plainly showed a man
in the act of removing a woman's
stockings?
That is exactly what ZaSu Pitts
wonders, and that is why she asks
the startled question of Roland
Young, with whom she is conversing
in the drawing room. But if she had
only realized at the time that the
man whose shadow she saw was her
husband. Slim 8ummervlUe! And if
Young had known that the woman
was Verree Teasdale. the blonde
married charmer with whom he
himself was then carrying on an
affair! But they found it out later,
and then the fireworks began.
This is one of the amusing situa-
tions m "They Just Had to Get
Married." the hilarious Universal
comedy which comes to the 7th Ave-
nue theatre Sunday and Monday
with Slim Summerville and Miss
Pitts in the starring roles
The Senior Hadassah Installation
tea Will be held at the Strath Haven
hotel. Miami Beach, on Monday af-
ternoon, June 26. beginning at 2:30
p.m with Mrs. Leonard Epstein In
charge. She will be assisted by Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff and the following
committees Greeting the guests will
be Mrs. Louis Zeientz and Mesdaines
Louis Heiman. Milton Weiner. Alex
Goldstein, H. Rubin. Harry Wein-
Walter Cohen and Bernard Si-
mon. Receiving the guests will be
Mesdames Joseph Williamson, Max
Dobrin, Barney Weinkle and Julius
Simpson Presiding at the tea table
will be Mesdames B. F. Schoenberg,
H. Ki legi and I. Sapero. Mr A. H.
Promenson, well known In the na-
tional circles for his work In Zion-
-ni. will give a reading from "Sho-
Alelchem." translated into the
English. A musical program will be
i, srnted During the afternoon bal-
loting for the selection ol a Hada
sah delegate to the World Zionist
Congn al Carlsbad will be held.
with Mrs Louis Zeientz as chlel
teller, ah members and friends are
PI \) l\<: AT Till Charles Adelman. the son of Mr.
'Ill AVENUl THEATRl and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, was tak-
en suddenly ill Wednesday evening
and was operated on for appendi-
citis at the Jackson Memorial hos-
pital, where he is now a patient.

At a joint meeting of Beth David
Sisterhood and Beth David admini-
strative board held last Wednesday,
plans for the joint meeting and so-
cial of all members of both organi-
zations to be held Sunday evening,
June 25, beginning at 8 o'clock, were
announced. The affair will be given
in the Beth David Talmud Torah
hall and an evening of entertain-
ment has been arranged by the com-
mittee in charge, headed by Mrs.
Louis Hayman. The public is invited
to attend.
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Even dark days have their silver lin-
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Crudest thoughts are clear, by sim-
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The words are not what make ex-
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It's just the way they come from me
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jih Women. *'**'""'"!'.
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phone Kdtew.ter 1568
Slim Summerville
urged to attend.
a a a
Mrs Max Jacobskind and daugh-
ter. Tobie, Miss Miriam Jacobskind
and Miss Lillian Wucher. will leave
Monday by auto for New York to
relatives and friends
a
The first of a series of summer
dances to be given by the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will be
held on July 2 at the Coral Gables
Country club with Miss Miriam
Scheinberg, chairman of the ar-
rangements committee. Full details
will appear in our next issue.
a a a
Witli bargains In standard well
known brands of groceries being of-
fered to the public, large crowds are
coming daily to the Dobson pany fire sale ol groceries at s. w.
Eighth avenue and Fourth street.
Mr Davis, who is in charge, reports
that the sale will be continued
against all opposition to enable the
Miami public to share the bargains
and reduced prices, until the entire
stock of Hill Bros., which was pur-
ri through insurance firms, will
be disposed of. The guarantee of
quality of merchandise tor every
. -old is still being continued.

Rabbi S. m Machtel ol the Radio
ig i- expected tn return to Mi-
ami the latter part of next week
*
Mrs Louis I'allot and son. Norton.
Will leave next week lor the North to
ind friends then
Mr. Henry Sprintz of this city left
last week to attend the funarl of his
father who died suddenly in Falls-
burgh. N. Y.
mi*
Beth David congregation and its
Sisterhood are jointly sponsoring a
midsummer dance at the Tropical
Jungle Gardens Monday evening.
July 10, when a program of enter-
tainment and dancing will be en-
joyed. In charge of arrangements
are Mesdames Harry Ohphant, Sam
Wiessel, Harry Markowitz. S. J.
Spector. Lewis Brown. Morris Dub-
ler, Ed Friedman, and Messrs. Nat
alka. Frank Solomon. Mannie Wes-
son. Al Quadow and Stanley C.
Myers. Further details will appear
in our next issue.
Radio Synagog
The usual services of the Radio
Synagog. Rabbi S. M. Machtei
founder and director, will be broad-
cast over station WIOD Sunday at
10 a.m. In addition to the usual ser-
mon there will be prayers, readings
and music. A message of interest to
the general public is expected to be
announced.
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Some people are so miserly that
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Don't tell a child to be good unless
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Opinions are like watches: no two
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We live to learn, and so we learn to
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More than 25 tables Ol bridge wen
In play Wednesday night at the Co-
lumbus hotel when the benefit ^
bridge sponsored by the Ladles' mix-
illary ol the Jewish Welfare bureau ;
was held Representatives ol nearly I
every Jewish organization in the
Oreater Miami district attended to
help make the affair a social and
financial success. Among those who a
were awarded prizes were Mrs, Ida B
Saul, who won the guest and filth I
prizes: Mrs. George Goldberg, first I
prize; Mrs. Al Quadow. second prize; .
Mrs. Harry Markowitz. third prize;
and Sadye G. Rose, fourth prize.
Delicious refreshments were served
at the close of the playing. Arrange-
ments were in charge of a commit-
tee headed by Mrs. Harry Oliphant.
who was assisted by members of the
auxiliary.
*
Plans are being made for a picnic
to be given by the Ladies' auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
gregation Sunday. July 2. at Miami
Beach. Full details will appear tn
our next issue.
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 23, 1<

Dearest Pat:
Your letter made me very happy
and I'm glad to hear that you're
really interested in hearing all about
my quest for beauty. It's all so new
and fascinating to me that I can't
think of another thing.
Of course. I wanted to learn all
about make-up right away but Rita
Insists that I must learn to improve
my complexion first. She has tried
to impress on me that cleaning ss Is
very important both inside and
out.
Of course. I had to cut out all the
rich desserts, cakes, pies, and coffee,
but it wasn't hard because I know
that I'm going to get wonderful re-
sults. I have to drmk six glasses ".
water a day (Rita mis to that', eat
lots of fruit and vegetables, and
take some kind of exercise every
day.
It seems that there are a number
oi ways to remove blackheads but
Rita thinks the best way is
make a nice lather of castile soap
and literally shampoo your :.i.i
with it. But. first I had to keep ap-
plying hot towels to my face for a
few minute.- ami after i had washed
el with she lather. I dried 1:
with a soft towel and rubbed .
skin food into my skm I: the black-
heads an terribly stubborn you can
steam your :., i first ;::-., :.- mi
a few nights in succession the black-
heads will disappear
If you're one of those people who
must squeeze their blackheads, then
for goodness sakes don't use your
fingers because you'll bruise the skin.
After you've applied the hot towels
and soapy lather, take the rounded
end of a hairpin and force the ugly
thing out and then dab it witli per-
oxide.
To keep the blackheads from re-
lurnlng vou have to keep your face
very clean, and that means that it
has to be washed at least once a daj
with soap and water if your -km is
ii to be dry and oftener if it's
oily. The girl with a dry skm should
always um cream or, her fac< aftei
washing it and cleanse 1: thon
with cream at '..<- nee a day be-
sides the washing With SOap and
water.
There are SO many won
things to learn that I car. hardly
wail Rita has promlsi ii I
how to keep my hands fi and
lovely, how .,: ol all my un-
blemishes, how hav< ..
skin you love to touch, and how to
make my own creams and ns at
a very small cosi
Don't think thai
about Bill because I'm d( Ing II
tor him. J'.;-' hi sees
the new Joan i can :..:.:: wail
b::: I .. .: ss it'll fa
tor i ::.i\< something i rk I r
: something i Ic forward I
lusi seeli It in his eyes w hi:.
:.. will be bi rth all this
Love,
Joan
Mr. Jacob Miller of 1822 Nine-
teenth avenue, south, observed his
sixtieth birthday on Sunday. June
18. Many friends and relatives called
to congratulate him. Among the
prominent speakers wishing him a
'happy birthday'' were Rabbi A. S.
Kleinfeld. Cantor Boris H. Schlach-
m,in ot Miami Beach. Hynian M.
Jacobs, president of Congregation
Bnal Israel; Harry Herman, treas-
urer; David Rothblatt. and several
Mr. Schlachman also ren-
dered several vocal selections suiting
the occasion. Refreshments were
served during the afternoon with
dinner served for 30 immediate rela-
tives and guests.
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa
d Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld.
M: and Mrs Gordon of Tampa
formerly Mrs. Weissman, visited
Mrs J PUChs ot tills city.
\ ii ry pretty wedding was Bolemn-
..-: Thursday evening. June 15.
thl Lakewood Estates Country
Ben Wolfson was mar-
Sylvia Schwartz, both of this
City. Rabb: A S. Kleinfeld officiated,
assisted by Cantor Boris H. Schlach-
man I Miami Beach The couple
I honeymoon.
\ Sii rki and daughter Jen-
li aving Sunday, June 2
will visit rela-
: air Bxposi-
ti n
St. Petersburg Notes
Jew And Gentile
Join In Appeal.

vi .- Ii
ted bj Cantoi Boris H
' : B
lesl :
ASK
sermon n Fai
I -::nufd from V*t One!
men in
suffering
tn 1S1 b they go
need our
ferers fi avagt : i ai
: :: :: W

hen
cress Th< have done
rong: yet I e wounded
this :..
.
: ivil and
ofldent that
--.:. and will refuse
"' I bj :..:- -
i-.ood .-. :. And i
t thi millions of
..... ::.anic stock
ty has
will again
act upon the
ave always
I .. ind justlct
tri unphed,
to perform We
-
: r no other
nbitions
: : ; iffi :
when we
'
slight :-: tnitigati
tress : the duty o:
irdless
with-
power. the hai
a persecute have been
I thi t is hea
o know that so many of our fellow-
ol other faiths, have mil-
rallied to their support, and
have ex I their abhorrence of
ti :.
.ion.''
': Donald in hi
; for Ji wish relief in
Germany is urgent. Through not the
of their own. thousands
of Jews professional men and
women and their families have
been deprived of the possibility of j
earning a living. A large proportion
of all of the Jewish lawyers, doctors,
musicians, teachers and social work-
ers in the Reich have suddenly been
removed from their positions merely
because they are Jews. Many of
these already face want and even
starvation. These cultural leaders of
Germany desperately need material
sustenance from abroad.
"Among the Jewish artisans and
industrial workers there is similar
need. The change of regime in the
Reich has involved the elimination
of Jews on a large scale from jobs in
Industry and in the municipal, state
and national administrative organi-
zations. Even In Jewish owned insti-
tutions, outside pressure has fre-
quently lorced the dismissal of Jew-
ish workers. And these dismissed
employees, like those dismissed from
professional posts, can have no hope.
except in rare instances, of now
finding new positions in Germany.
They are dependent upon the char-
ity of the world.
"The obligation to be generous in
the relief of these sufferers is no)
merely upon Jews who are more for-
tunately situated, as In America:
the obligation rest-, it seems to me.
ivily upon American non-
Jew-. No meat cause, no charitable
enterprises in the United States, ev-
r lacks Jewish support. Here. then.
Is a unique opportunity for Ameri-
cans. Irrespective of racial or relig-
ious background, to prove that they
are ready to share the burden of as-
Ing the cruelly suffering German
Jews. Such aid. if generous in I
amount and truly American in
-cope, would do more than relieve :
thou-and- ol cases ol individual dis-
. it would hearten a great peo-
ple m the knowledge that they are
not alone In their hour of battle for
dom and equality of rights. Anti-
Semltii persecution, practiced by
ian- in the name oi Christian-
ity, Is a non-Jewish problem. It Is a
to civilized men. Gentiles.
In helping Jew- m this time of trial,
the stigma of failure to
against Incensate bigotry, in
: words, for US who are not Jew.
ffei an opportunity to
help a suffering people and to savi
our own honor."
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