Vol. 6, No. 27.
XORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1933.
Price Five Cents
Round the World
New Catholic List Includes Jem.
New York. N. Y.For the first
time in many years the annual
white list" of books that may be
read by Catholics contains works
el numerous Jewish authors. The
list, as made public by Cardinal
Hayes Literature Committee, in-
cludes "Henry Lelpzigera," by Ruth
Prankel; "Bula-Matarl," by Jacob
Wassermann; "Talks with Musso-
lini." by Emil LudWig; Modern
German Literature." by Arthur
Eloesser; "The United States in
World Affairs in 1933." by Walter
Lippmann; "The Years of the Lo-
cust." by Gilbert Seldes. The list
also contains "Germany Puts the
Clock Back," an anti-Hitler volume
by Edgar Ansell MOWrer, which won
for the latter the enmity of the
Jews Hit First in Baldness.
Chicago. 111.Jews are the first
to suffer from baldness according
to statistics presented to the Ameri-
can Association for the Advance-
ment of Science by a scalp special-
ist. Although the survey, based on
xamination of 17.000 subjects, re-
pudiated the theory thai certain
tiapes of heads are more prone to
baldness, it did establish that as a
race Jews are found to be mast
[requently troubled with baldness,
of income and loss el liair
were found to be closely
and persons with high nervous ten-
am are the greatest sufferers from
Hear Nazis Spreading In England.
i-ondon.The formation of a se-
rel Nazi party in England Is re-
I by the London Daily Her-
ald, which declares that, the head
B member of Parliament who
really admires the anti-Semitic
i lements of Hitlers program.
Nazis Work for Ban on Bible.
Berlin.A concerted effort to
eliminate the use oi the old Ti la-
ment from the Protestant Church
. Germany has been launched by
the Nazi theologians, headed by
sor Ernst Sellin of the Uni-
versity of Berlin, who Insists that
Bible was written merely to
lorify the Jews. Hi declares that
continued use of the Bible
makes the Germans suffer under
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From State Tour
Cantor Boris Schl.ic linian who
. ci ntly made a tour of west Palm
Bl ach, St. Petersburg. Orlando.
Tampa and other Florida cities on
behalf of the Jewish Floridian re-
turning to the city Wednesday
alMnoon and will spend several
days here before resuming his toui
of the state. While on tour he chant-
ed the services In the synagogues oi
Tampa. West Palm Beach. Orlan-
doand -St. Petersburg and delight-
ed the audiences with his splendid
rendition of Jewish liturgical music.
The local members of the Macca-
determined to bring every en-
tO bear to have the proposed
Ive hundred room Maccabees' Ho-
tel brought to Miami, are sponsor-
buge contest at Bayfront Park
tonight beginning at 8 o'clock when
the Junior Maccabee Band and
Orchestra will present a program
"Hall, Hail the Maccabees," by the
March. 'America First." Orches-
Overture. "Lustspiel," Orchestra.
Cello solo. Paul Jewett.
"Longing fo' You."
Reading. Harold Long.
Euphonium solo. Elizabeth Lup-
Haw duet. Sue E. Howling and
Saxophone ensemble. Beverley
Leverett. Albert Lauratino, Miriam
Berry, Lawrence Zitvogel. Major
George Hussey will act as master
ol ceremonies and introduce E. G.
Jewell, mayor of Miami: Frank
Katzentine, mayor ot Miami Beach,
ind Vincent D, Wyman, mayor ot
Finale, "In the Forest." a spec-
acuiar number presenting Harold
Long, Beverley Leverett, John Mag-
i iv rence Zltvi el (lene Stark,
concert tonighl and a si i les
i similar events is lor the purpose
. raising sufficient funds to send
he band to the national convention
roil next month when the fi-
nal decision as to the location ol
the proposed hotel will be made.
supreme Commander D. J. Coak-
v. ol thi crdi r hen he visited
Miami last February, explained that
he i bji cl ot the organization was
he erection ol a hotel which would
:. the year round and would
moody a golf course and a number
Ol other recreational features. St.
Petersburg and Saraosta, Pla.. are
making strenuous efforts to have
the hotel located in their city and
ntly offered a
tract oi land with B partially corn-
hotel as an inducemet for
the location ol the hotel In its city,
Among those prominent In its
at fairs and activities are Sam
1 of Coral Gables and Charles
Walder ol the Tlvoli Thi
County To Award
A competitive examination In
which two county scholarships to
the Florida State College for Wo-
men and one to the University of
Florida will be awarded will be con-
ducted In the school administration
building on August 10. Applicants
must be residents of the county and
graduates of a Florida high school.
The scholarships are for four years
and are worth S200 a year. They
will be awarded to those making the
highest average grade in general
history, American history and con-
stitution. English composition and
grammar, English and American
literature and algebra.
The Nazi government i definitely
CUl to exterminate the Jews. Dr.
Henry Moskowltz declared on his re-
turn from Europe on the S. S. Ma-
jestic. He said that there was no
change in the Jewish situation in
Germany since the boycott, and
added that conditions there arc
more dangerous now because life on
the surface looks normal, and the
average person cannot see the ef-
fective strangulation of Jewish
economic existence which is taking
Dr. Moskowitz was away five
weeks spending a great deal of his
time in Germany investigating con-
ditions among Jews in that land and
also interviewing German Jewish
refugees in London and Paris. He
will make a report on his findings to
the American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee of which he is a
member of its Board of Directors
and which organization is now en-
gaged in an effort to raise $2,000,000
from American Jewry to provide
relief to the 000.000 persecuted Jews
)f Germany, of which New York
Jewry is endeavoring to raise $1.-
000,000 as its quota.
The most heartbreaking tragedy
however, in his opinion, that is oc-
curing in Germany now. Is what is
happening to the Jewish child, whoss
treatment at the hands of both the
teachers and the pupils is devastat-
In his statement Dr. Moskowitz
"A quiet economic program is now
inn- en m Germany which, if un-
checked will destroy Jewish corpor-
ate and economic life within a short
time. Almost every other day new
are passed by the Hitler
cabninet, which means loss of jobs
to thousands oi Jews.
'The aim ol the- present Hitler
i ime Is the extermination ol the
Jew in German lite. The terrorism
is subtler and more poignantly trag-
ic, for open violence is more to be
preferred than the anguish ol living
In a country Where one is uncertain
whether the axe will fall on tin
morrow. People look in their pockets
'o see it they ha\e papers or letter..
winch would Incriminate them,
"I do not desire to repeat details
ol brutal atrocities, but I cannot re-
train from calling attention to the
( lleet ol the Hitler regime upon
Jewish children. It is true that in
the vast majority of the schools
Jewish children are not sept
from German children, but they are
separated psychicly by thousands ot
miles. The stories told by parent ol
Jewish children about then treal
mint in the schools i-. heartrending.
The Hitler regime appeals to the
emotion Ol 'hi' people; parades and
holidays tire frequent m Germany
now. Pupils are informed that a
holiday will occur on a certain day
Jewish Children dress up for it.
When 'hey come to the school that
day the teacher will ask them to
arise in the presence of the German
children, and then say you cannot
participate in this holiday because
you are not German.' The children
then return to their parents, weep-
ing, and ask them 'Why am I not a
German?' This is worse than phy-
sical separation. Hitler has seared
(Continued on I'aee Three)
Problems of agency operation
wire discussed Wednesday at a
meeting of the Dade County Com-
munity chest In which executives
oi the 17 agencies met with Carter
Taylor, chest expert, and Clarence
H. Dawson, director.
It is Taylor's plan to follow up
tins general meeting with a visit
to each agency, in which he will
discuss with the executive in Chargl
ways and means of eliminating dup-
lication of service and other means
for creating the greatest returns in
service to the community.
During the past few days Taylor
has met several times with Rich-
ard Plumer. president of the Com-
munity chest, working closely with
him on plans under development.
He has also held a number of con-
ferences with leading citizens in
which they have been invited to dis-
cuss the place of the chest in the
Invitations were issued by Taylor
yesterday to Alan Johnston, district
supervisor of federal relief; Marcus
Fagg. state superintendent of fed-
eral relief, and to the Family Serv-
ice of America Association, asking
tor a representative to meet i i a
round-table discussion of Eade
county welfare problems, to be held j
the latter part of next week, ''his
service, Taylor stated, would bi a'
......:......1:? Community cl c.-t
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
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.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Beginning with services on Friday-
night, services will be held in Kap-
lan hall during the summer months,
and will be very brief. Services for
the benefit of those who take their
religion seriously and wish to at-
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
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
1545 S. W. Third Street
Preliminary arrangements for an
elaborate program marking thi
ond anniversary ol the Miami Beach
Business Men's Association were
made Wednesday at a din
Although the anniversary Is on
June 13, it was voted to hold the
celebration on Wednesday. Sol s.
Goldstrom, president, appointe
chairman ol the committee for the
observance, M. B. Robbins, vice
president: and as commit:! i
Russell Nicely. E. p. Wheelan and
m h Hollingsworth.
Alter the directors' meeting the
committee made arrangements tor
the affair at 12:15 P. M Wednes-
day in Strath-Haven Hotel. Speak-
ers and a floor show are planned.
Joseph MechlOW, director. wa-
rranted leave ol absence alter pre-
sentation of a written applict
from lnm stating he expect to
spend the summer in Eui
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 Mondi
the usual hour. Arrangements for
Yahrzeit may be made by calling
the sexton, Mr. William Clein, 2-
Regulations governing the sale
and distribution of wine for sacra-
mental distribution were modified
In joint orders issued Wednesday
by the treasury and department ol
It previously was required that a
rabbi, priest, minister or church of-
ficial should deliver the wine to
members of his congregation and
they were allowed not to exceed five
gallons a year for one family.
Under the new regulations a fam-
ed yesterday by
Comptroller J. M. Lee show that the
gem ral fund receipts lor thi
six months of this year total $-.-
870.936.67 while expenses for the
same period are given as S2.969.-
196.40, showing a deficit ot $93-
It :- expi cted that June receipts
which will be receievod from tax
collectors by tlie comptrollei
lice du month of July will
be SUl make up this de-
it i Interesting to compare the
present financial situation with that
of last year. Records show that for
me period 1932 total receipts
were $2,930,496.71. while exp
w,re S3.408.358.63 or a deficit (1
S497.861.92. These figures indicate
a reduction in the cost of operat-
ing the state government this year
of $43,172.23 over 1932.
ily will be allowed two gallons for
each adult member.
Another change permits wine to
be distributed through an agent.
THE JEWISH FLOR IDI AN
Friday. July 7, 1933.
At the regular meeting ol the
Junior Council of Jewish women
held at the home ol Pauline Schon-
feld last Wednesday night plan.- for
the second of a series ol summer
dances were discussed and full de-
tails will be announced a< an early
date The next bridge party will be
held at the home ol Mrs. Ed Mer-
lin. 27 N. W. Filth avenue. Wed-
nesday evening, July 12, beginning
at 8 p. M.
An important special meeting of
the board ol directors of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held Monday evening. July 9. at
the Synagogue, when plans for the
Talmud Torah and the coming High
Holidays will be acted on. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.
When the public gets what it
.ants and gets II at a bargain price,
: buys even in depression times,
That this is true has been amply
borne out by the large number of
men and women who have been
thronging the Dobson & Co. fire
i >i eriei purchased from the
fire Insurance companies who ear-
ned the lOSS on the large and well
known Hill Bros, .stock. In addition
to the low prices that prevails for
tandard and well known brands of
m irchandlse II Is backed by an un-
conditional guarantee ol satisfac-
tion or vour money returned. Mr.
Davis, who is In charge ol sale, con-
to provide the helpful court -
\V that has been one ol the OUt-
tanding features ol the
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To Serve Humanity Better
FRANK O. McGHAN'S WIDOW
29 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Hebrew Athletic Club lield a very
Interesting meeting at the Jewish
Ci mmunity Center Wednesday
night. Plans for the house dance
to be held Sunday evening. July 9.
are complete. Members with dates
will be admitted free. Jack Atkins
Is chairman of the affair.
Robert Polep. initiation chairman,
will be in charge of ceremonies to
be held Wednesday evening at the.
club house. Twenty candidates will
undergo the sacred rites
Jerry Reiner will be in charge
Of physical culture classes winch
will be held Monday. Tuesday and
Thursday evenings. Men's classes
will be from 8 to 9 P. M.. and ladies
c-'asses from 9 to 10 p. M. New mem-
bers admitted are: Sam Shmciel.
Oi raid Reiner. Jack Schwartz
Michael Anthony and Carl Win-
Entries for the city-wide open
ping pong tournament are being
nn pled by Ralph Oro-.-man at the
club house. A junior tennis team
Is being organized.
Girls' division will be organized
Tuesday evening at the club house
iin-].- between the ages ol IS and
18 year- are invited to attend
Ladies' Auxiliary i- being organ-
Nine transformations ot aye are
iccomplished by the tour principal
ters m Metro-Goldwyn-May-
r's Strange interlude.' tilmed
rrom the famous Eugene O'Neill
lay, showing at the Seventh Ave-
nue Theatt r next Sunday and Mon-
The four characters pla red
ly by Norma Shearer, Clark
der Klrkland and
Ralph Morgan, are followed from
youth to old age. The aging
n radual i hange necessitating
ite makeup- and careful study
mannerisms and speech of
This is said to be the first time
n films thai so wide a .-pan ol
years has been covered in a storj
.%.;ii the same charactei -. Robert
-. Leonard directed the picture,
frith the cast Including Robert
May Rob-on. Maureen
'.Sullivan. Henry B. Walthall. Mary
Vlden and Tad Alexander,
The Billion Dollar Scandal.'
..'Inch is the attraction at the Tivoh
[heater next Sunday and Monday.
Robert Armstrong in the role ot
:-ur:ers Partos heads a east of tea-
Ice Cream Co.
2424 N. W. 7th Ave.
i urn w Pluto si.
7.13 N. W. 14th St.
It is advisable to have your '
car greased and lubricated. I
We all know this is the _
best way to prevent trouble
on the road and to avoid
unnecessary repair hills. a
S. W. "Ih SI. at 2lt Ae.
For your health's sake, drink .
Kuppiner < DARK )
"The Brew Thai Satisfies"
FLORIDA SUGAR DISTRIBUTORS
MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
lined player-, including Constance
Cummings, Olga Baclanova. Frank
M.....in. James Oleason. Irving
PlChel, Warren Hymer. Frank Al-
l)eii-i.n. Hale Hamilton. Dorothy
Peterson, Ralf Harolde. Berton
Churchill and Sidney Toler. These.
under the direction of Harry Joe
Hiovvn. tell a story of melodramatic
The story deals with an expose of
a big-money ring which has pre-
pared to launch a nation-wide
swindle, Fingers, masseur and
gym teacher for a group of finan-
ciers and law-makers, overhears
preparations for the swindle, and
is persuaded by a powerfu nlevvpa-
per editor to talk for publication.
As a result. Fingers becomes the
man ot the hour and the cham-
pion of the people, while Ins revela-
tions lead to suicide and Atlanta for
The A Z A .Junior Bnii Brithl
organization is sponsoring a dance
at the Coral Gables Country Club
Friday evening, July 21.. to which
'In public is invited A program of
entertainment i- being planner" lr
addition to the usual dancing.
Miss Harriet Kantor left last week
to spend the summer visiting rela-
tives and friends In Kansa- Cltj
Mrs. Win. Friedman, her daughl -i
Ro.-alyn and son Milton, left
i.i iveek by aulc ro visil relatives
and friends in New York Cnv '."1-
ivvmg which I hey will visit the
Worlds Fair at Chicago.
Celebrating hi.- tilth birthday,
John Klein, son ot Mr and Mrs. B.
Kii in. entertaining a group ol frit nds
ifternoon at his hour in
Coral Gables Games wire played
and favors given each guet I A n -
men) hour was enjoyed
Guests ere Victor Kahn, Shirley
K'kms Jo-. Field. Maurice OrovitZ.
Wallech. Louis Spector.
Johnnie Spi ctor, Rose \.. vim Je-
< me Slei nan, Rose Bubler, Char-
it'e Kahn, Adelaldi Sherman and
Mildred Cii n
Ur. and Mrs Charles Wesson left
i.'st week for ,i months vacation
They will visit Mrs. Wesson's
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Freidman m Chicago.
Where they will attend the Century
il Progress exposition.
Mrs .luii i- simpsun. her daughter
No.na aim un ehcpard, left Tues-
day by Clyde Lin- o i|l rela'iv -.-
and friends in New York City, fol-
lowing which ihey will visit the
Worlds Fair at Chicago.
Members ol the Junior Council ol
Jewish Juniors gave their hist ol
a series Ol summer dances Sunday
at the Coral Gables Country club
Nat Williams was m a S t e r ol
ceremonie Entertainment was given
during the evening through the
courtesy of the Tropical Jungle.
Those appearing included Lou
Hampton, singer, and Kirbv and
Meadows, dance team, and Miss Ana
May Brady, singer. A feature of the
evening was the dance contest,
which was won by Joe Scheinberg |
! and Gertrude Neham; Herman l
Mack and Toots Gross; and Joe
Merlin and Ida Saylor.
The committee in charge of the |
arrangements included Miss Miriam
Scheinberi?. chairman; assisted by
Muss Less Kasanoff, Miss Mary Anne
Kamins. Ml s Eleanor Sheldon. Mrs.
Claire Simon, Mrs. Flo Merlin. Mrs.
Heie Wernikolf and Miss Harriet
Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum accom-
panied by her daughter Hope Ellen,
left Wednesday morning to visit
relatives and friends in New York
City alter which she will join her
husband in Atlantic City.
The regular bi-weekly card party
01 the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will be held at the home of Mrs. A.
Damn next Wednesday evening.
July 12. Beginning at 8 P. M. with
Mrs Daum and Mrs. Kotkin as hos-
tesses. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores and refreshments will
be served. The address of the
Daum home is 344 N W. 3rd ave.
In the presence ol several hun-
dred relatives and friends, Mr. M.
Simonhoff of Beth Jacob Synagogue
end Cantor Louis Hayman of Beth
David Synagogue, officiated at the
wedding ceremonies in which Miss -
Esther Stem the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. stem of this City be-
came the bride ol Mr. Joe Siege]
the son ol Mr. and Mr- I Siegel el
Miami last Sunday night at the
Beth David Synagogue.
The bride who entered alone, wore
a white organdie frock and a close
lilting white crepe turban with a
ik -i .eil. She earned a bouquet ol
bride's roses and lillles ol the valley.
Tin- bridgroom's Bister, Mr.-. M
Shapiro attended the birde a ma-
tron ol honor, and Mi. Pauline
Schonfeld was maid ol honor. Lou
Stein was best man.
Following the ceremonies the
parents oi the bride entertained at
a reception in the Talmud Forah
' which a buffel supper was
served. Following the reception, the
oupie litt for a briel Honeymoon
trip. On their return they will make
I heir home in Miami where the
groom is engaged m the mercantile
I. Fine. J. Simpson, S. G. Rose, I
Cohen. S. L. Welntraub, L. Brown.
M. Sheinbcrg, B. Simon, S. Seigel.
S. Schwartz. H. Silverman. J. Spec-
lo.-. R. Kraft. K. Seltlin and J.
Greet the coming
season \v i th your
home and business
property n e w 1 y
Exposed surfaces that have un-
dergone the ravages of weather
and wear for the past year or
so need the protective coating
of good paint, enamel and varn-
ishinside and outside.
Estimates given without obliga- |
tion the cost may be far less j
than you expect.
[5-OAL. KITS, REGULAR S2.50
Only a limited quantity left. Su- !
perlor house and flat wall paint. I
REGULAR S2.00 VALUE j
I JACKSON HOUSE AND FLAT I
PAINT White only, regul;
i SPECIAL $1.25 !
j Economize now with Paint and '
vtuftivt Box Office
>dom, opens 6:30
Clark Gable and
36 West Hauler St.
Now you can buy
at a price that fits your pocket book!
PHONE 3-38M 21 N. W. 9TII ST.
Alexander Orr, Jr., Inc.
Plumbing and I leating
M.L\MI ".!*"" MIA
1122 Ifith St. Phone 3.3341
4.-1 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 2-3*91
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MITCHELL JACOBY, Experienced Jewsib Attendant in Charge
Friday, July 7, 1933.
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J. LOUIS SHOCIIET. Editor
HOWARD CARI.IN. AdverlininK Manaccr
FRED K. BBOCBET, Circulation Manaier
Entered as MCOnd clan matter July 4.
l'JUU. at the I'ci t OfficM at Miami. Florida,
under the Act of March i. 1879.
WF.ST PALM HKAI'll OFFICE
411 Eiichlh Street
Mr*. M. Sc-hrebnic-k. Representative
FRIDAY, JI'I.Y 7. 1933.
Vol. 6 No. 27.
How Long Shall We
Continue To Slumber
We are in receipt of a letter from
the American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution committee regarding the lack
of action in Miami towards the re-
lief of our stricken brethren in Ger-
many. Nothing in the entire letter
so strikes home, makes us feel so
sorry for ourselves and the entire
Jewish community of the "Magic
City" and its surroundings than "it
is. of course, a matter of regret that
some of the leaders of the commun-
ity do not have a more liberal at-
titude toward the suffering of our
people in Germany."
Splendidly spoken, and gentle-
manly and generous in Its attitude
is this well deserved rebuke that Is
administered to us all. Temperate
in its tone and merciful in its deliv-
ery is this message. Should it not
awaken us from our very DEEP
How long has it been since the
great majority of our Jews came
from those lands where suffering,
persecution, pogroms, whippings and
degradations were the daily fare
and food of our own Jewish people?
How many of as cannot recall the
repeated outrages that were being
visited daily upon our fellow Jews
in Russia. Roumania and other
lands of Amalek? Yes and how-
many of those who sit supinely by
today and nonchalantly feign ig-
norance of the plight of their fellow-
Jews in Germany were themselves
the victims of similar events. How-
many of our good Jews of Miami
came from Roumania where Jews
suffered in the past and still suffer
today? How many families who
care not in the least what the late
of their fellow Jews is in Germany,
themselves not so many years buck.
suffered deaths, and deprivations at
the hands of "pogromtschiks?"
We, here in Miami, permit our-
selves to Be dued and misled as to
our duties to fellow Jews who lack
the very necessities of life why?
"Oh yes" ... we reply. "Have we
not attended protest gatherings, and
listened to the actions of the "Hit-
lerites" condemned by so-called
Jewish leaders and by eminent
non-Jews?" "Is that not sufficient?"
We are to be given the oppor-
tunity once agaian this coming
week to listen to the activities of
"Silver Shirts" in the United States.
The local Bnai Brith will again cry
out in horror and again deplore
these un-American tactics and then.
We say this in all sincerity .
Bnai Brith, every Jewish organiza-
tion in Miami, every Jew in this
district dare not attend protest
gatherings and be contented with
that alone. We go even further ..
then is an old Jewish folk saying
"Der was tzolt. der meg die dayoh
zogen." He who pays lias the right
to decide. What right have you
Miami Jews to protest against any
acts here, when by your very ac-
tions you consent to these sell same
tactics in Germany? Yes ... by
your failure to help your fellow
Jews in Germany at a time when
they need your help, you are ac-
tively aiding Hitler and his gang to
act omplish their desires.
"How long shall we Jews of Mi-
ami continue to slumber?
It was after a day of hard work
at the office. We had met many
people during the day and. as is
the lot of editors, discussed local
conditions and particularly those
problems affecting our Jewish com-
munity. I must have do/ed oil as
I was reading news from Germany
"There flashed before my eyes
tiie news Item -want jews ban-
ned PROM CONVERSION.' and
the story beneath Hie headline
Berlin.A demand that the Ger-
man Government pass a law forbid-
ding Jews t<> be converted to Chris-
tianity is voiced in the Nad press,
which protests against the "pollu-
tion" of Christianity by Jewish
I In- door bell rang violently. In
an rushing a delegation of prom-
inent Jews; among them leaders
of fraternal Jewish organizations,
Zionist district officials, presidents
,i synagogues and the like. They,
too, carried with them similar no-
de is to that which I had just nail
'I hey were all excited, verily foam-
ing at the mouth. "Are you going
to stand for this?" they all yelled
at me. "Are you going to stand idly
by and see the rights of the Jews
invaded?" I tried to calm them but
it could not be done "It we per-
mit this to be done in Germany.
they might even try through the
Silver Shirts to put such legisla-
tion over in the United States" an-
other of the leaders cried out in
dei p anguish.
"But gentlemen, why this excite-
ment, why all this anguish? I tried
to reason with them. "Have we
clone our duties to the suffering
hungry Jewish children, women and
men in Germany?" "Have we con-
tributed to their relief?" I continued
to urge upon them. The angry
crowd grew more and more vehe-
ment. "We must hold a protest
meeting"; "we must adopt resolu-
tions"; "we must have chairmen in-
troduce and leaders speak" was the
refrain from all. And then a grand
chorus in which all joined, "we must
The noise was so loud that it
must have awakened me. I was be-
wildered. Could it have been true?
Was such a thing possible in Mi-
I wonder !
The less some people have to say
the more difficult it is lor them not
to say it.
It pays better to be a dentist than
an oculist. A man has 32 teeth but
only two eyes.
Occasionally we meet a man who
despises the people who flatter him
and hales those who do not [latter
him at all.
Sometimes a man tails to accom-
plish anything worth while because
lie is too busy criticizing some other
(Continued from Page Onel
the soul of thousands of innocent
"German Jewish youth is pessi-
mistic- and discouraged. They wish
to emigrate elsewhere where they
can start life anew. But the mass
of the 600,000 German Jews wish to
remain in their country. They died
for Germany during the war. 12,000
of them, and their contribution to
German industry, science, art. and
letters, show how they lived for it.
The German Jew is being made the
scape goat of German misery he did
"The German Jews have already
helped themselves. They have' been
givers, not recipients ol charity All
the) want is to be given an oppor-
tunity to help themselves.
"The German Jewish leaders are
now busily engaged on a construc-
tive program. It involves readjust-
ment of vocation. Some of them ad-
vocate a selective immigration of
10.000 to 20.000 young people a year
for a period of ten years. It ought
not to be difficult to send these
gifted people to various countries
where they are needed and can be
assimilated economically. It will
mean a coordination of activity be-
tween tlie organized constructive
Jewish social agencies in Germany
with the Jewish social agencies in
the various countries. At present the
many reiugees have- tied in a panic.
This is not helpful from their own
point of view. The emigration should
lie canalized and selective. But the
vast majority ol the German Jews
will have to remain and remake
their lives under new conditions.
Their resources will soon be ex-
hausted. Then we shall have a
problem of relief in many cases.
Both the relief problem and con-
struct iv programe will necessitate
large e :penditu. es. It is therefore
important that every American Jew-
should cooperate with the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Commit-
tee in it- campaign to raise $2,000.-
000 to help their co-religionists In
iContinued from last week)
Under the agreement which was
finally elfected between the new as-
sociation and the Woodlawn com-
pany on April 3. 1933. the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery association
now holds free and clear title to
Lots 91 to 150 inclusive; Lots 6 to
10 inclusive, and Lots 21 to 25 in-
clusive, in Section 28 of the Wood-
lawn cemetery, a total of 70 lots or
350 graves, a little over a third of
the entire cemetery purchased. In
addition, every time payment of $500
is made, after the interest due is de-
ducted, title will be given to the as-
sociation for a lot containing live
graves for each $90 paid in on the
Payments under I he new agree-
ment will be at the rate of $500 on
January 1 and June I of each year.
this to include the interest as well
as the principal.
It is only fair at this time to
point out to the general Jewish pub-
lic and the members of the organi-
zation that by the new agreement
the sum of $2,402.50 was saved on
the principal, the sum of $660 on
past due interest, making a total
saving to the organization of more
than $3,000. not including the reduc-
tion of the Interest rate from six to
three per cent per annum.
Made some corn-cake the other
day; gave a piece of it to a friend
He ate the cake and praised the
It isn't the ccrn which t:a. .
It isn't the flour or bran.
Not even the raisin quite pleases.
Nor yet the size of the pan.
Nor Is it the heat so steady
Determines just how it will take.
Remember, before you get heady.
It's the syrup which makes the
It isn'sl the clothes which matter.
It isn't the size of the shoe.
It isn't the breed makes the ratter
No matter how loud his hue.
There's more than the soldier have
So remember, all you with an ache.
Resentful of unfair demurrage.
It's the syrup which makes the
All things come to him who waits.
Al Smith was given a Doctor's de-
gree at Harvard this yearthe same
man whom we ignored lour years
ago when lie "prescribed" alcohol
for the coutry.
l'he tranquil mind does not give way
But faces bravely rude realities.
Whose- knotty fingers reach afar to
The rose-hued glasses that make life
A thing to cherish gladly now and
The calm mind fears not blue-veiled
But finds contentment under
Ol faith and wisdom though the
way be drear.
The peaceful mind Is filled with
That do not melt beneath a leaden
Or lose themselves in swollen, mud-
Thus I would seek true peace, and
That through the hazy purple mist
The light of hope to which my
thought may fly.
Once1 Daniel in the lion's den.
Said to the king of beasts,
"I'm not concerned about your roar,
I care not for your feasts,
For when I gaze upon your crowd.
I have a certain hunch.
You'll never dare to chew me up.
Or eat me for your lunch."
The leader looked at Daniel bold
"He's not like other men;
I think we'd better pass him up
And chase him from the den.
It would not do to eat the man.
I'm sure he is not fit;
The mast ol him is pure backbone.
The rest is simply grit."
I've took all the dope in creation.
I've done what the Health Experts
A try in' to find out a system
To get up some pep some day.
Oh, why do I torture my system,
With new fangled things lake a
When I know all I need in the
Is a good swift kick in the panLs!
Three radio owners were talking
about the far-away stations their
sets would bring in. One said lie got
England and Prance and Scotland
Another one got Japan and India
in the day time.
The other one said he took an old
dirty battery home for his three-
tuber and set it on the dining-
:" c;n table and got hell.
To hope and hope again;
Pace the long ordeal of the
Aglow with vision or stung dry with
Reckless of toil, unstinting of
And when success, elusive, fails once
Work, as you worked before.
To wait, and wait again;
Not knowing u ol waiting there'll
Fighting the midnight doubt .torn
by the strain
of energies enchained and protest
And when the sterile days slip
Have patience at the last.
To dream, and dream again;
Climb at your will to realms
where you nray keep
The once-perceived ideal aloof from
Singly in judgment; so from the
days to r.ap
Freedom from fate and self, serene.
Live, with a life your own .
The sermon had lasted an hour
and a half already. The minister
had been reviewing the law and the
prophets and was about halfway
through the minor ones. At last he
paused impressively and exclaimed:
"And Habakkuk where shall we
A man in the congregation rose at
this point and said He can have
my seat Parson!"
There used to be an old story
about the new porter hired by Kuhn.
Loeb A: Company who always iden-
tified himself as the coon of Kuhn.
Loeb & Company.
Loger: "Madam, this morning
When I bathed I found only a nail
brush in the bathroom. I can't wash
my back with a nail brush."
Landlady: "Well, you've a tongue
in your 'ead. 'aven't you?"
Lodger: "Yes, but I'm no swan."
It might be well to think about
In all our rate dissensions.
That former infant industries
Now ask for old-age pensions.
Caller: "What would you suggest
to cure a chimney from smoking?"
Editor: "I'd give it one of your
Oh, it's easy enough to be cheerful
When you've neither money nor
But the man worth while is the man
who can smile
When the Morgan list carries his
Many a woman's hair is not as
golden as it Is plaited.
Perhaps tune is money, because
it manages to slip away too fast.
The language of flowers is on lap
when a barefooted boy steps on a
If you are looking for reward it
is better to be a pacemaker than a
Page I our
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. July 7, 1933.
SJatittt ftuttagaij SitUrtttt
* Si n;i\i Mornings
Edited /m RABBI S. M. MACHTEl %
ami I)ir nr, Ki......liynaKON "'" America *
w ion. Miami, Florida %
si NDAY, .11 I.V !. I!';;:; \<>. l. *
s, rip/iire Reading, Psalm ( .\/'/
Before pri n this morning I want to take a moment
two to tell yon thai i am happy to be back here with you all.
ime subsequent program l shall, please God, give you my Impres-
sions ol the trip ai ol my experiences durum my absence from
Miami. Id i ed you all and that you are in
health ol mind and body.
Next will lie the 157th anniversary ol the birth ol this Republic,
of A ca. July Fourth, 177>. the Declaration ol
[ndep unanimously adopted by the delegates.
But, wi an not independ Individual or nation i evei Independent,
mere an Mum rdegn : d pend ncy dependent. Independent,
ndent The first two degrees are unhealthful states. To be
entirely on another i- pauperism and helplessness. To consider
: whole) in ithers Is folly and it i- an li
In truth, we are Interdependent both as individuals and
as a nation.
Ju~t -top ior a mi ncy. You
a mental pictun ol ai l-ridden paralytic, or a help-
. an inmate ''.' a | ah these have I
and wants supp ed to them Bu to some extent, shift for
needs without assistance
Wen you to attempt to bring b> I u mind a picture ol a p
.:.. you would have some dif-
ficulty. Offhand, l cam eyi example
tati i- possibli i : II i rule
out the city dwellei baker, the butcher and the
hums hi :
pends on God's
bounty, the sun, tin thi ow for some
H elf. Even he is not
Tin' true Mile for man I nl pend on each
othi r as our lives, to supply each
'with our own particular brand >; service. The butcher, the baker,
and : mmunit] and to i ach
ive called ;< the "mldah" ol "shell sheloah
...I i- nunr is thine and
hi cause the rabbis have designated
. I .. commonly used to refer to
"om ha'ai 12 a., an "the people
aracteristic ol a stati i.i
.- mine" :- the
ol .:.' rd
Ifamilii : with the history ol The
America ho wil I in li pi i li no for us?
H part in the afl other
natioi I ivoid intercourse with other nation.- and to
ol happenings in other lands?
' : an influence on p.
Thei h like to tint: independent,
wealth sufficient to supply their i
Iside of theii own bank
i tat i.- a mistake and
and timi a ain W< are o< pi ndi nl on i .,... othi i
""' "u"' io take the attitude that we
: the world cat
hang", :- foil; i attitude Is to Invl ter.
Tinti rdi pend. i.re. you may believe
it. if ] out .: pollute the drinking water
oi the city, you atly affect your per-
di ring my sell all-sufficient, but, ii my n
tire .md I do nothing to help extinguish the flames,
my I n bi .i mass ol ruin
Ti d our intention to fi roup
-in the yoke ol tyranny. We served the bond.- that
held another nation. The Declaration ol Independence
for a with all nations on a common plane of Interdependence.
A that oi interdependence Man is a
..nan.,:, ii, has needs tor society, I v oi other
;"""; Hi not unique, i can concieve o! but Oi..
is independent ol all else. That One is thi Deity.
Thi state oi Interdependence Is as essential in religious life a.- It is in
r branches ol social Intercourse. No n ip has a mo-
: Hie truth and no religious philosphy is entirely devoid of
truth c.od manifests himsell in many ways. To claim that one revela-
tion nd all other.- false is lolly, n we seek a higher level for
mankind: if \v< tor the elevation ol tin human family; if we aim
d thi ; a unification of the people oi the earth into ore happy
and harmonious entity, ii must come through interdependence.
Services will be held Friday even-
mi;. July v. at Congregation Bnai
Israel, 911-9th St.; and will be con-
ducted by Habbi a. s. Kleinfeld.
Mis. Leon Haliczer entertained a
number ol little guests m honor of
her daughter Sonya's fifth birthday.
The party was held on the lawn
which was beautifully decorated with
. :iui balloons. Games were played
and prizes awarded the winners, a
n treshment course was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Winner of Tam-
pa -pent Tuesday in the city visit-
Mr and Mrs. Ed Goldman.
When last heard from, Mr. and
Mrs, Morris Hermer, (formerly Belle
Goldman) were visiting friends in
The next meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary and Aid Society ol Con-
on Bnai Israel, will be held
n Tuesday Evening, July 11, at
which time all member.- are re-
quested to be pre.-ent.
Rabbi B Burger, spiritual leader
oi the Rodeph shoioni Congregation
oi tins city, is spending his vaca-
tion in Miami Beach. Habbi Bur-
ger has been the active head ol the
Congregation for a number oi years
and ha.- been an active figure ill
every religious, civic and communal
Jewish and non-Jewish activity in
Mr and Mi i Gordon -pent the
tveeke-nd visiting relatives and
Iriends in Miami pink check- an- said to be a sign
The local community grieved ai I of good health. We saw one along
:i" recent death here of Mrs. Ra- the main street the other day who
Chel Solomon, an active figure in was a whole lot healthiler on one
local Jewish affairs for many year- side ol her face than on the other.
She was actively engaged in local
communal work at the time of her
death last week. She was 74 years
old. and Rabbi B. Burger of the
Rodeph Sholom Congregation offi-
ciated at the funeral services,
which were attended by a large por-
tion of the Jewish community as
well as by non-Jews. She is sur-
vived by her husband. Louis Solo-
mon; five daughters, Mrs. M. Ver-
kauf, Mrs. William Weber, Mrs. Ben
Haimvitz and Mrs. I. Segal, all ac-
tive in the local business and com-
munal life; Miss Mary Solomon of
New York City, and two sons. Ed-
ward and Saul, also of New York.
Interment was in the odeph Sholom
Mrs. David Stein, accompanied by
her daughter Lena, and son Sam.
left for Chicago, where they will
visit the World's Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Paller are
being congratulated upon the birth
ol a baby daughter, who was named
Mitzi June. Mother and daughter
are doing nicely.
Among those visiting in Miami
from this city are Mrs. M. Arono-
witz. Mrs. M. Leibowitz and daugh-
ter Miriam, and Miss Mildred Simo-
vitz. They are stopping at the Wm.
Penn Hotel. Miami Beach.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld and son
Frank of St. Petersburg were the
guests ol Rabbi Burger the past
Cantor Boris Schlachman of Mi-
ami Beach was guest cantor at serv-
ice.- held recently at the Rodeph
Sholom Congregation when he
chanted the Friday evening and
Saturday morning services to the
enjoyment and delight of a large
congregation that had assembled
specially for the occasion. Rabbi
Burger delivered a very stirring ad-
dress durum Hie Friday evening
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Friday, July 7. 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PLAYIXG AT THE
The formal installation banquet
ol the Hebrew Athletic Club was
held at Gratz's restaurant last
Thursday night, with Jack Miller as
loastmaster. Mr. Benjamin Axelrod,
.1 member of the Board of Trustees
(if Jackson Memorial Hospital was
the principal speaker of the even-
ing. More than fifty members at-
tend and listened to the address de-
livered by the different guests
The picnic of the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
futation scheduled for Sunday. July
'.i. was postponed because of the un-
certainty of the weather. Instead,
tlir organization is sponsoring a
congregational supper Sunday eve-
ning, July 9, beginning at 7 P. M.
at the Synagogue, 1545 S. W. 3rd st.
Following the supper, bridge will be
enjoyed. Mrs. Jack H. Hirsch is
chairman of the arrangements com-
mittee. The public is invited to at-
a e e
All Jews of the Greater Miami
(list net are urged to attend a meet-
Ing of the local Bnai Brith Lodge,
Tuesday evening, July 11., at Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall when Im-
portant matters will be discussed
and recent activities of anti-Semi-
tic elements will be reported on.
Mis. Edward Friedman was named
by the members of the Junior com-
mittee of Beth David Sisterhood as
chairman of the committee arrang-
ing the joint Sisterhood and Con-
- relational dance., to succeed Mrs.
Harry Oliphant who resigned be-
cause of the death of her mother-
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Robert Armstrong and
in-law. The affair, which will be
held at the Tropical Jungle Gardens
Monday evening, July 10., Is to raise
funds for the purpose of painting
thesynagogue and admission will be
by donations of pain or its monetary
equivalent. A program of entertain-
ment includes special talent in ad-
dition to the usual floor shows and
dancing. Nat Zalka is chairman of
the Synagogue committee which is
cooperating with the Sisterhood in
sponsoring the event. The public is
urged to attend.
Mrs. Joseph Greenbeg entertained
at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall
last week with a pre-nuptial linen
shower and bridge in honor of Es-
ther Stein, who became the bride of
Joseph Siegel lat Sunday night. The
guests of honor was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts, which were
placed in a large decorated basket.
Assisting the hostess was her
daughter Gladys. Mrs. J. Engler and
others. Prizes for high scores were
awarded to Mrs. S. Siegel, Mrs. J.
Engler and Mrs. S. Schwartz. Among
those present were Tillie Predinger.
Pauline Shonfeld, Mesdanmcs A.
Shevin. N. Blumberg.
Capt. M. P. Tobias and daughter.
Sylvia, plan to leave today on a
Northern motor trip. Mrs. Tobias,
who has been in Newark. N. J.. for
the last month, will join them on
a visit to the Century of Progress
exposition In Chicago. Captain To-
bias has a number of speaking en-
gagements and through cooperation
of B. R. Kessler of the Miami
Chamber of Commerce, will speak
an Miami. He is taking several
thousand booklet.s of Miami to dis-
I tribute. Captain Tobias plans to
return to Miami about September 5.
The first of a .series ol chain
bridges for th benefit ol Beth David
Congregation will be sponsored by
Beth David Sisterhood Wednesday
July 19th, at 2 p. m. in the Venen-
tian Pools Casino at Coral Gables.
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Prizes will be awarded for high
score and refreshments Will be serv-
ed. Mrs. Harry Markowitz. Mrs. Sam
Weissel and Mr. M. J. Kopelowitz
will be joint hostesses for the event.
The public is invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman were
hosts at the "Pidyon Haben" cere-
mony last Sunday at the home of
their sister and brother in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Pallott when Mr.
Samuel Cohen acted as "Kohayn"
and conducted the "Redemption"
, ceremonies of their baby son "David
Leon". Following the ceremonies the
guests were entertained at a buffet
luncheon, among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallott. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Shulman. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Pallott. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Tritt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam August,
Mr. and Mrs Gerson August. Mr. and
i Mrs. Milton Klein, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Adelman, Mr. b. d. Rawls,
and the chief engineer of the S. S.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at
the wedding ceremonies last Sunday
when Miss Frances Druckerman be-
came the bride ol Oscar Mayers.
The ceremony was held in the home
of the bride's parents, and the im-
mediate members of both families
present were then the guests at a
family dinner. The couple then left
for honeymoon trip north and will
return to Miami to make their home
her* the latter part of the month.
Mr. Joseph Greenberg, prominent
merchant and communal worker of
this city returned to Miami last
Tuesday following a five week's bus-
iness and pleasure trip in New York
a e a
A meeting of the Executive Board
of Junior Hadassah will be held at
the home of the president Mrs. Jen-
nie Rotfoid in apartment 12 of the
Doris Apartments 1228 N. W. 4th.
Monday evening July 10th. beginn-
ing at 8 p. m. all members are urged
to atend as important matters will
West Palm Beach
Instead of a benefit bridge party
Betli Israel Sisterhood held a picnic
last Sunday afternoon at Palm
Beach near the pier. Quite a large
number of guests attended and en-
joyed the afternoon. In the late
afternoon a supper was served
which brought much commendation
for the members of the arrange-
ments committee in charge of the
Misses Nelley and Rachel Oppen-
Last Monday the regular monthly
luncheon and business meeting of
Beth Israel Sisterhood was held at
Schwartzberg Hall, with the execu-
tive board meeting at 12 o'clock, a
luncheon following at 1 o'clock and
a general meeting of the members
at 2 o'clock, when important mat-
ters of the Sisterhood were dis-
Summer serevices at Beth Israel
are held regularly every Friday
night with different members of the
congregation officiating during the
absence of Dr. Carl N. Herman. Last
Friday night Mr. Sam Goldstein
conducted the brief services.
Services at Beth El are held regu-
larly every Friday night with mem-
bers of the congregation alternat-
ing in conducting the services at
Moose Hall. Plans for the coming
Higli Holidays are now being draft-
ed and will be announced shortly.
The local Bnai Brith lodge is
continuing its activity In local Jew-
ish affairs and will shortly initiate
:i class of six new members at an
open an- ceremony at the Duboise
Fishing Camp at Jupiter. Those
to be initiated are Charles Wax.
Jack Knapper, Dan Harris. H. Berg-
man. A. L. Wise and Arthur Ka-
The executive board of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will hold
an important meeting Tuesday eve-
ning. July 11 at the home of Mrs.
Ed Merlin beginning at 8 p. m .All
members are urged to attend as im-
portant matters will be acted on.
Rev, and Mrs. B. Safer, now of
Orlando, formerly of Jacksonville,
officiated at the Bris Mila in Jack-
sonville of the infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Spivack.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger and Mlss
Ray Roth spent the Fourth of July
at Daytona Beach as the guests of
Mrs. Berger's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Roth. Mrs. Berger is an active fig-
ure in the local community and
was well known for her communal
work while an officer and worker
of Beth David Synagogue at Miami.
Mr. B. J. Cohen, who is presi-
dent of the Ohev Sholom Synagogue
led the responsive readings at serv-
ices last Friday night.
The local Bnai Brith lodge holds
meetings regularly here and is do-
ing very active work in the local
community under the leadership of
Mr. B. J. Cohen, its president. It
has been active in furthering every
Jewish cause and has a large and
active Bnai Brith membership be-
cause of its continued activities.
Miss Dolly Safer and cousin Mary
of Jacksonville, spent several days
last week at Daytona Beach, where
they were the guests of friends.
DR. W. ALTON SCHIBERT
SUITE 212. postal BUILDING
(Opponite New Pout Office I
Twelfth Year in Miami
HiaBin Abigail RED CROSS DRUG DEPARTMENT STORE |M I Mt Fl,.|r, I
:.i K. MacUi si. PboiM Pre* Deliver) in Greater Mi -HlUfi mi
Cantor Boris Sclilachman of Mi-
ami Beach, conducted the Friday
evening and Saturday morning serv-
ices at the Ohev Sholom Synagogue
last week when a large number of
non-Jews attended as guests of the
congregation. A social hour follow-
ed the Friday evening services and
an informal reception was held for
Cantor Sclilachman. Rabbi B
Safer delivered a very stirring ad-
dress during the Friday night serv-
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BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT I4TH TERRACE
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock on
Sunday morning on "Impressions
of the Trip." The rabbi will relate
some of his experiences and reac-
tions of the trip from which he has
Just returned. In addition to the
sermon there will be music, prayers,
scripture reading and a question
Cantor Louis Hayman wishes
to announce that he is free
to accept a position for the
oming High Holidays, with
nr without choir.
Address 149 Northwest Fifth
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THE JEWISH F LORIDI AN
Friday. July 7, 1933.
By RABBI JULIUS J. PRICE
Ph.D.. New York.
My dear, I'm learning things fasl
and furious, ii I don't captivate
that bit: moment of mine when I
get back to the old home town it
won't be my fault. I've been learn-
ing things about colorno. I'm not
trying to become an artist I've
been learning how the various col-
ors you hear affect people. Did
you know thai nun are very sus-
ceptible to color? Well. It's a (act.
No wonder Bill soon last interest
in me. I wore a great deal of black
and brown and checked dresses
when I was going With him. Black
is a very depressing color and rep-
resents pessimism and somberness.
Brown is almot a bad at time be-
cause it represents a thoughtful,
studious sort ol person very
quiet, mi'. nd unimpressive,
Us all right in its place, but I
guess that wasn't its place. Rita
FR EE FUEL
For mi ih.. hi Loncei lif.
water * in font hnmi'. lency.
et ill, ne Mi- \ Bolar (01
Metal < rarj need.
"SOLAR" IK II
w ilh COppi r 1 SI l\l \ 1 1 -
tubing. I. rrai.
Solar Water i [eater
Phona t-6491 ,
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LuncrjPor) ^O^ AO* 50^
Also Domestic Refrigerators
Geo. Patterson, Inc.
1 in", lii-cavn, Blvd. Phont I-48S4
7*1 S. \\. tith St.
1227 W. Flagler St.
Although it may never be our
wish, nevertheless we must some-
times be alone with ourselves n
ought, therefore, to be our earnest
duly to see to ii that we are pre-
pared to be alone, profitably and
fully, without weariness and
without tear. The difference in hu-
man loneliness Is immense. The
loneliness was pleasing, which Arch-
imedes km" so absorbingly occu-
: .1 d .1- to be unconscious (,i the
e ol lus Sj racusi and to be
slain by the Roman soldiers sooni r
than forsake his fascinating work.
But how painful to a man of his
sensitive warmth was the solitude
of the brave and generous Canning
in his premiership at the close "I
his careertoo proudly refined for
democratic Intimacies, cast off by
in- Tory associates on accouni
ins liberal statesmanship, idolized
by thousands who could not per-
tells me that checks represent
broken conditions, disappointments
and that plaids are also very dan-
I should have been wearing a lot
ol reds and blues. Red 1- a tonic
a stimulant, and signifies love and
loyalty. Tt's also a signal ol dan-
ger but a great many people ar%
attracted by danger). Blue is very:
soot hum. quieting and healthful
and arouses a feeling ol protection
in a mar. I'm wearing a great deal !
of blue now because Rita says that
who wear lots 01 blue ac-
complish everything they under-
saj pink makes a man feel
so romantic at any ageit certain-
ly musi because I remember verey
distinctly that I wore a pink dress
the night Bill and I becami
didn't stick to mi interest!]
' ill picture
innoci your col-
I n .:
you couldn't better i olor
a rule, a bru-
' best in rich,
v arm hadi I bl i<
:' V ICC( ;' thl
tirst date sl I 1<
town. Johm ce but
of Bill. I'll write '.on all atx
THIS YEAR IN
for your HEALTH!
/'/ 1Y/JVG \T THE liness like the solitude of a spring
7TH Ml. THEATRE "'
sively slake their thirst; the fawn
and the panther, the lion and the
elephant.and the moon comes
then, sees the fair face and departs
Die away, then, vain murmur of
tongues! Retreat, hallow hum of
toils and cares! Fade out. cold pro-
cession of alien faces! Be gone, fair
seductions, that excite, then deceive
and desert your victim
sonally approach him, pitilessly per-
-i cuted by his surrounding enemies,
stung at every pore, at once slowly
bleeding and freezing to death in
the height of his power. The lone-
line.-- felt by the subject of morbid
superstition and terror resembles
the landscape in the gloomy gorges
of the Grand Charteuse; while the
loneliness felt by the subject ol
healthy faith and awe before the
Milan Cathedral when some visitor,
climbing thither by moonlight and
gazing on the linest of statues, feels
as though a flight of angels had
alighted there and been struck to
marble. We cannot always live in
public Their are secrets and mo-
ments we can never share. We
should be familiar with the neces-
i'v and make it grateful. We
should cultivate in thought it- se-
rene, contentful aspects, and guard
it- oppressive fearful as-
pects The gifted man isolated in
needing sympathy, feels Schopen-
proportion to his superiority if.
hauer, strikingly says, as though
men had forsaken him; if selfsuf-
. in .1- though he had suci ded
in running away from them. What
.1 contrast ol misery and blessedness
in thi' > : tlie.-e two! Who Is
: thai slow on the world as lightly
1 :i gul] on the ocean, except he
who has learned by solitary thought
tach ii;- affections from the
ind ranltl ociety and
.lit.'ii to li :: in thi' frui-
tion "i a ;: alth? To be
ited bj i-i el I ipei stitlon is
to know 'he loneliness ol Arsenius.
ifter brini; tutor to thi- Emper-
ladius, wenl into the desert
:.:- l!!' ulii
litarj pi. To be sepai -
ated by tiie remorseful memory ol
crime, is to know the lonelin
Mil--, when caught by the I
mi tiie rebounding oak he would
: 1 Ii : .1 .1 pr s :" '' Wild
'1011 :: know
.I Izaak Walton
In a si 1 11. To the
loneliness iik>- solitude ol
peak, mil 01 boiling lava
ii soul ti.i r< ma i mi
Wl nil for and drliwr
W. Flagler ill Nth Ave.
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faith with those who trust us. are
wc living up to our obligations it
we risk their future happiness In
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I lie insurance offers the safe
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