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The Jewish Floridian ( July 21, 1933 )

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^Jemsti Flonclf&n FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 6, No. 2!l MIAMI, I I.ORIDA. I Rl DAY. JULY 2 1, l!t3:'.. Price Five Cents Jewish News Joint Committee Noted Rabbi Local Chest Roundthe World Plans Campaign Talks of Germany To Continue IJOY-C'OTT RENEWED IN RHENISH PROVINCES. New York. N. Y— The boycott of Jewish .shops, carried on throughout Germany for a few days In April has been renewed in the Rhenish prolvnces, according to reports received by William Zukerman. London correspondent of the Jewish Morning Journal here. The Morning Journal also reports that the University of Berlin is planning to institute a course in Racial Hygiene, which will, presumably, teach the technique of antiSemitism. LONDON NAZIS GET JAIL TERM. London. — Two English antiSemitic youths, convicted of having assaulted Jewish passersby on a London street, were sentenced to 21 days in jail and fined by Magistrate Basil Watson, who termed their action "monstrous." and said: "I will show them that they cannot do it to Jews or anyone else here." PRO-JEWISH ARABS HOLD CONFERENCE. Jerusalem. — At a conference held by Transjordanlan Arabs who are friendly toward the Jews a statement was issued saying that in view of Hie critical economic situation Obtaining in Transjordania Jewish money should be eagerly welcomed by the Arabs there. 15,000 IN LONDON PRAY FOR GERMAN JEWRY. London — In the presence oi some 15.000 Jews, many of them the most distinguished in Great Britain and under the auspices of United Synagogue and other Jewish religious bodies, there was held at Albert Hall a great prayer meeting on behalf of the Jews of Germany. All the cantors and rabbis of England sponsored the event, which was purely religious in character. Chief Rabbi Hertz was the principal speaker of the occasion. MISS CARRIE WISE, PHILANTHROPIST, DIES AT 74. New York, N. Y. — Miss Carrie Wise, 74, active in social and philanthropic work and an authority on questions dealing with the welfare of immigrant girls, is dead here after a brief illness. Mil-line at the Community Center of the Hebrew Athletic Club last 'I'm .day night were representatives oi more than 14 of Greater Miami's Jewish organizations gathered for the purpose of beginning an intrusive campaign for the German relief campaign of the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Beth David Congregation and its Sisterhood. Temple Israel, the Miami Jewish Orthcdo: congregation and it., auxiliary, the Senior Council of Jewish Women, the Junior Council of Jewish Women, Senior Hada.ssah and Junior Hadassah, the Bnai Brith and the A Z A, the Hebrew Athletic Club, the Arbeiter Ring and Its Woman's club, were among the organizations who unanimously approved resolutions to begin the campaign for the relief of the Jews in Germany with a gathering on Sunday evening. July 30. and the actual solicitation of funds through a house to house canvass on Tuesday morning. August 1. which is "Tisha B'Av." Addresses were made by a number of speakers who depicted the conditions facing the Jews in Germany, In addition to the committee appointed by the local Bnai Brith lodge consisting of Wm. Friedman. chairman; Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Cantor Boris Schlachman. Mrs. Lewis Brown. H. M. Drevich. Sol Schwartz. Max Kupfcistein and .1. Bhochet, representative <>'. local organizations, who will serve on the campaign committee are: Temple Israel. Day J. Apte and Isaac Levin; Beth David, Stanley C Myers and .1. Kope'.OWitz; Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation, Wm. Mechlowitz and Mux Happaporl : Arbeiter Ring, Max Gross and Ell Levin; Hebrew Athletic Club. .lack Aple and Jack Hirsch: Senior Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. H. I. Magid. Mrs. Max and Mrs Lewis: Senior Hadassah, Mrs. Max Dobrin: Junior Hadassah. Mrs. Sol. Rotfort and Miss Beady Goldenblank: Beth David Sisterhood. Mrs. B. Kandle and Mrs. Isidor Fine; Ladies' Auxiliary of Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation. Mrs. Milton Weiner and Mrs. G. Kotkin; Women's Club of the Workmen's Circle. Mrs. Henry Scitlin and Mrs. F. Slaviter; A. Z. A. Alfred Kahn and Morris Raff. Other local organizations have not yet designated their representatives. To the original executive committee, which will conduct the campaign, the following were added at the last meeting of the committee: Ely Levin. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. H. I. Magid, Mrs. Milton Weiner, Leonard Barr. ACTION AGAINST JEWS NOT TERSECI'TIONV HITLER SAYS Berlin. — The program against the jews oi Germany is not "persecution" but is merely the natural result of the spoils system in politics. according to an explanation given by Chancellor Adolf Hitler. "We have 7.000,000 unemployed in Germany. Only a few of them are Jews. I have promised these suftering blood brothers of mine I would gel them work. If the worki is among the 650,000 Jews are limed out to make room for pure blooded Germany, it wont hblp much, to be sure, but it will help some." Local Banker Aids Cemetery Through the cooperation of Mr. Philip Liberman. president of the Mercantile Hank and Trust. CV).. Who announced a substantial sum of money last week, the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association was enabled to make the payment of the past-due installment due on the section it owns in the Woodlawn cemetery, which was in default since last June 1. Mr. W. L. Williams, president of the association, expressed the thanks of the organization for the help thus given them. Jews, who but recently were high in the professions of Germany, are now turning to carpentry, plumbing, I stone cutting, brick laying and other manual trades as means of making livelihoods for themselves and families. Rabbi Irving F. Reichert ot San Francisco, who has just returned from a visit to that country, declared in a report submitted to the German Relief' Campaign of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee which is seeking $2,000.000 to aid the stricken Jews of that land. Rabbi Reichert went to Germany at the request of the chairman of the fund raising committee. The teaching of trades, the establishment of vocational schools and the provision of food and clothing will be part of the program of relief and reconstruction the rabbi said, that will be carried on by the German relief committee with funds that are being supplied by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and other fund raising agencies throughout the world, supplemented by their own contributions. He said that although the problem oi physical relief at the present time is an important one. it will assume gigantic proportions on or about October 1. and added that the chief task oi American Jewry at this moment will be ti> raise as much money as Is pc I ble to help alleviate the physical suffering that will confront the Jews in Germany because of the lack of food. Clothing and shelter. In making public Rabbi Reicherts report. Dr. Wise announced that campaigns are now being held in over three hundred Jewish communties throughout the entire country. As a result of these efforts, he pointed out. three-quarters of a million dollars has already been raised toward the $2,000,000 goal. Rabbi Reichert's report in part follows: "The German Jews are meeting i this situation with a fortitude and j heroism that beggars description. Their courage in the face of a hosj tility that is bitter and relentless takes one's breath away. One of : Germany's leading Jewish citizens (told me without the slightest SUg' gestion of bravado, that he wished I the Nazis would murder him and a few hundred other Jews in cold blood, in order that the public in| tcrest in other countries might be attracted by such spectacular action to the Nazi brutality which is more degrading in its slow-starvation methods of strangulation than such slaughter could possibly be. "I spent many hours in the various cities that I visited in the headquarters of the German Jewish Relief Committees. They have been Organized with admirable Bpeed and efficiency and they are performing an heroic service to the thousands of Jews who have not other place to turn for advice, assistance and physical relief. In Frankfurt-amMain and in Berlin I personally interviewed scores of men and women who had been summarily dismissed from their positions in industry, government and the professions, whose financial assets were tightly frozen and who were in des(Continued on page sixi There is now no question of abandoning the Dade County Community Chest." Richard I'liimer. president, stated Wednesday. "There were times." he admitted, "before the completion of the survey which was made by Carter Taylor under the auspices of the National Association of Community Chests and the Carnegie Foundation, when we were puzzled to knowjust how we could continue in the lace of the continued failure to raise sufficient funds in recent campaigas. "We are convinced, however, it would be a mistake to give up the Chest, which is now better organized than ever before and under betteer direction than we have had in years, on what may be the eve of another era of phenomenal success for Miami. "It is my personal belief, that with constantly improving economic conditions in the community and an awakening appreciation of the service the chest has rendered the community next winter's roll call of those who give will show greater returns than every in the history of this county. "The Dade County Community Chest, in line with those of others throughout the nation, is built on a four-fold foundation which includes family service, child welfare, hi til and character building. "And in these times of stress the character building agencies have done their splendid work in uphold Ing the morale of the groups who otherwise might fall into the public dependency class." Zionists Plan Herzl Memorial •Announcements! J CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Wahinirton Avt.. Miami Heath 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. Senior Hadassah and Junior Hadassah. with the local Zionist district, is sponsoring a joint memorial meeting Monday evening, July 24. at the Miami Colonial hotel when the late Dr. Theodore Herzl, founder of present day Zionism, will be eulogized. Harry I. Lipton will present a report of the Zionist congress at Chicago, where he was a delegate from the local district, and Harry Simonhoff wil. deliver the memorial address. Mrs. Moses Krieger will tell of Jewish day at the World's fair at Chicago, which she attended. Refreshments will be served following the meeting and no charges of any kind will be mad*". Memorial meet inns to honor the memory of Dr. Theodore Herzl are being held throughout the world during July to observe the anniver ary of his death. Dr. Herzl aroused world-wide interest in Zionism when he published his "Alt-Neuland" as a result ol which the first World Zionist congress was held in Basle, Switzerland, This congress began the present-day Zionism and ultimately resulted in the mandate given through the League of Nations for the recognition of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Sun I., nil, Strttt 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. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Cnnitrvatire) 13* N. W. Third Avenna MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Friday evening services 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) I .1 S. W. Third Strati 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. Beach Chamber Plans Drive Eight thousand inquiries received in June at the Chicago world failabout Miami Beach's resort facilities have given rise to the inauguration of a summer membership campaign by the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce to raise funds for answering them immediately. Charles W. Chase, sr.. si larv. reported Wednesday. Mr. Chase, with the approval of the board of governors, will .a joint membership proposal to the Miami Beach Business Men.A nation and the Miami Beach A ment HOUS ion at 8 p. m.. Wednesday m the Miami Beach Elementary school. The membership fee of the chamber of commerce is 125. Mr, Chase will propose that members of the business men's or apartment house association may Join the chamber of commerce and remain members of thenowrj organizations without paying additional dues.



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Friday, July 21, 1933. At the regular meeting of Junioi Hada&sah held last Monday evening at :he Ponce De Leon hote'.. Mrs. Ruth Dubbin was appointed mar. of the committee In arrangements for Che dance to be held In hote: I...-.-: %  Ml %  M O Idli Elman. Cromer. Re.s. mmittee. • • • : • I • lunio :• for the third and he O on Sunday evening July 30. In f arrai a mmittee headed b< letty Green.::... n and sted by Lee Kasanofl K :...:. Daisy Scl I. M Esthei Kauffdance mpete for the fli nte at thl lanci Al dance thi 1 :.:. K M ix : %  %  -. ini Esthei Hyman. ( III BERT i CHIROPRACTOR -I II I. Ill, l'ii I AI. Ill II.MM. I fippoiitt S Poal Offh in Miami j t + WORTHMOR [GE CREAM Larva uwonmtnl to lalacl from. S03 Wn. Aragon < oral Gables Summer Rates $4.00'::,";';, ei ': %  : ..• tiOH : ered t hi 1 I • n if the state ai %  Am.": ': : n d 1 ... : %  Mi and Mrs %  %  '.. s M Ma :.'• ol Monday Ml Ci Ui :> %  ol Mr. and Mrs. Milton Alfn d Pi arlstine of Chi 8. C. The cerehi Id in lie home of the bride's parents in the presence ol lly. following which the couple left neymoon trip to the north. I make their horn ein Charn % %  om is ei ;n bu .:.• Rabbi Adolph Burger left Miami Beach where he spent the pa,' Sun-Paii Sanitarium fyJlQSt, ConOafeszents \a*dChroiuc Cases RATES -ReasonaJbtoJenrffcrBOOkU T Miami -^ Florida CHARIS FOUNDATION (. IR.MENT The Smartest Figure Urn Cornel Posture Healthful Support Perfect Comfort MRS RICHTER. ZONE Mt.k 552 8 W. 8th St Phone 2-7744 1 Kin s F uneral Home / • %  Serve IIumanil 1 Ii. HI r Operated hy FRANK O. MoOHAN'S WIDOW II N. W. Ird Air. Phonaa 1-3133—1-HI4 SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. 1100 W. Flaclar Bt. 711 N. W. llih si. PHONE t-1811 TEXACO ( ertiped LUBRICATION It is advisable to have your ear greased and lubricated. We all know this is the best way to prevent trouble on the road and to avoid unnecessary repair bills. SCHMIDT'S SERVICE STATION / nlnn at ion Experts %  S. W. Mh SI. at 2Iht A>t. a % % % % % % % % %  I eral weeks, to return to his congregation in Tampa. He was the guest during his stay here of Cantor Boris Schlachmar. of Miami Beach. Leonard K. Beldner. 1687 S. W. !0th SI risiting :::• :.<: %  til New York city and Long Island He will be away for several weeks. a • The H Athletic Club will hold a dance at its Community Center Sunday evening. July L':J. with > : Lei In charge of arrangemei The large hall has been decorated for the affair and at tem has been proivision oi the or... formed ht and temporary officers have :. isen with Miss Lillian Eis: man. Election for perfflcers •.v:ll be held at the : :: m Tui sdaj • %  •' ning, 1st 1. and the following Sunday II al ball and installation ceremonies will be held at the with Leo Chaikin. Ralph in Julius Spector and Jerry Reimer in charge of ai nts. : tficer ol the :. will be the guests of Clul al this evenl mond ball team of the HeClub was victorious t week %  .-... %  :. Ii di ti an d thi • half of thi by 4 to 0 11 that the team has al truck il .: :..:. I Idl ai d %  %  Ill : • inue Its thi nd half of the content. • • Pint Pong • undi r I hi] of the Hebrew Athletii Club, will ':.• Community Center of lub on Monda; ig, July 31. E:. be made not later than July 25 with Ralph Oros the tournan-.i nl The -• >1 Madame Blanche." Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film with Irene Dunne headine a stellai will be the feature attraction thi Tlvoli theatre for next Sunind Monday. The picture. on Martin Brown's notable play. 'The Lady,'' is described a.s presenting a vivid cross-section of life and is said to offer Miss Dunne the mast powerful characterization she has ever attempted on %  I talking sci' •: The story, which covers a period of 30 jreai first presents Miss Dunne as a member of a New York .1! show. The production is taken to England and the show girl marries a titled young blade who subsequently becomes involved in a of complications and commits suicide. The young widow is left with a baby son. but she soon loses him too for the unsympathetic father-in-law takes the child away from her by process of law. Then comes a period of wandering about the capitals of Europe until the time of the World war when she unexpectedly finds her son during a cafe brawl. A man is killed in the fracas, and to shield her son, Miss Dunne shoulders the blame without ling her identity. An unexpected turn brings the story to a smash conclusion. • • • Wheeler and Wooloey, leaders among America's comedians, again demonstrate their abilities as enterIn "80 This Is Africa.'' play7th ave. theatre next Sunday and Monday. The story tells of their travels and experiences in Africa, where they meet wild animals and savages and where they are held prisoners for a year. The plot was taken from a story by Norman Krasna and is directed by Edward F. Cline. It is a rather in•' resting story and one calculated to give the audience an evening of splendid entertainment. ids left yesterday for New York to visit his parent.-. Mr and Mrs. Harris Beskind-. in Brooklyn. N. Y. • • • In order to acquaint the publi; with its line of quality paints. Bmswanger k their future happines lor ng ths' problems that wou arise for them it. some day, w did mil come home? Life insurance offers the • and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern Health & Life Insurance Policy on each one is necessary to protect the others frori the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & I Ii-; M.TI 1 INSURANCE COMPANY I. S. COOK, Maiian 1 %  1 % % % % % % % %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  Hate you 11 B I EXCHANGE %  : BUREAU : %  .'Miami's Successful %  "Business Stimulator" %  %  m Operating Entirely I Without Money m %  l.ucatcd at %  %  250 N. 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Friday. July 21, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three rpTl [7 1? \Y/ I C I u "' '"' f ""' editor to read reports I JLAJLJ J l-i V 10-11 of this convention and particularly KLORIDIAN pi HI I8HBD i:\KKV FRIDAY h> the IIWISII Fi.nRiinAN ITIII.ISIIIM; CO. r <). licit 2173 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICBBi IIS-1C SiTuril> Bide I'hinie 2-6193 EDITORIAL OFFICE81 (21 S. "> Ifth AiniUf Thoiic 2-1183 j. I OUIS SHOCHET, Editor ll>V\|{i> I'.HI.I'.. Acl\iTtisinu Mummer I Kl 11 iv. SHOrHET, Circulation Manacar CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN. Field Representative 1 1 rw| u 1 cond lit —. matter .1 uly 4 1930, iii 'I" 1 Pual Offlca ni Miami, Florida under lha Act of March 3. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH Mi M. Sihri'hnirk. RaprananlatWe ST. PETERSBURG MRS, MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representative si list RIPTIOIN si\ Month* $1.00 line Year $2.00 PRIDAY. JULY 21. 1033. Vol. (i. — No. 29. A Hopeful Be ginning After weeks ol Inaction, the local Jewish community lias at last begun to show thai even In tl southern end of the United State* Jews have licit forgotten thi Ir I Jews. The cry oi their stricken awakened tliem from their lethargiawaki ned them from thelrl el cal Inaction. Wlien the local Bnal Brilli lodge, as true "Sons of the Covenant" assumed Hie leadei : Ip for tinlocal campaign and invited every Jewish organization in this di trie) to join in this splendid movement, it was but the beginning ni what we hope will be the foundation Ol B united Jewish fronl for everything that is good and everything that stands for the firm support of true Jewish ideals. For the tune being every Jewl h organization, whether it be local or national, must subordinate a own Interests for the purpose of aiding in the campaign for the relief ol thi .lews In Germany. Let us once and for all show that we can unitedly rally to the cause of our fellow Jews. The approval of the report and plans for the executive committee by unanimous action of the representatives of Jewish organizations demonstrated in terms too definite to be misunderstood that Miami Jewry understands the situation and knows how to handle it. Everything must be done to accomplish the greatest good In the shortest possible time. With the example thus set by Miami Jewry we may hope for united action in other movements, educational, nationalistic, charity, etc.. which need a united community spirit and action. It is truly a hopeful beginning. editorial comments that have appean d In a number of Jewish weeklies throughout the country. In view of the fact that we in Miami are to be given n report on what happened, ii is only fair that we reprint what we believe to be one of the most outstanding and representative editorials on the subject, appearing in the Jewish Times: Without the distinguished presence of Dr. Chain) Welzmann, the 36th convention of the Zionist Organization of America would have presented a sad spectacle. It was a rudderless ship tossed about from session to session without direction or goaL III view of the emergency confronting world Jewry and our Palestine work, this lack of a program of action was indeed pitiful. True, a score of resolutions were passed on the last day in a chaotic atmosphere—no delegate understanding the significance of the various resolutions, all animated by but one desire: to have the business over with. The only si-rious addresses at the convention were thus.of |)r. Wei/mann and Emanuel Neumann. And while these addresses very definitely projected serious issues because of their divergence of opinion on Transjorilania, private Investments and middle-class Immigration., the convention did not even pause to consider this difference of viewpoint. Vet Wci/inann's observations were inenntrovcrtihlf. and to thi' Zionist rank and file of the utmost Importance On the even of the Zionist congress., Dr, Stephen s. wise delivered an eloquent anti-Hitler harangue suitable for an American Jewish ( ongress campaign meeting, but utterly out of place at a gathering of so-called Zionist leaders (unveiled to discuss problems and not to listen to oratory. I.ouis l.ipsky. usually a brilliant convention figure, contented himself with steering the ship of the empty, futile armistice between, the Zionist, Organization and lladassah into calm, waters, disappointing his many friends, who expected from, him straight-fromthe-shoulder guidance., Morris Rothenbergi reelected president of the organlzationi a platform gentleman, did not come to life till (he last few hours before the closing of the convention; his presidential address was a conscientious effort to present a dispassionate report of his stewardship during the past year, but it failed to present a program.. As a whole this 86th convention of the Zionist Organization reached a new low of mediocrity, attributable to the leadership, which for the sake of a fictitious unity avoided every issue. Will Moiris Itothenberg and Morris MargUilcs, who have again been entrusted with the destiny of iiiZionist Organlzationi decide to apply drastic measures to revitalize the movement" It can be done, if they determine to act instead of stalling for a tine on a number of political, economic and .organizational issues. The Zionist Convention Within the past few weeks the Zionist Organization of America held its annual convention in Chicago. Coming to the United States as the guest of the World's fair Jewish day. Dr. Chaim Wei/man was, of course, i he outstanding feature of the convention. II falls to 1. The situation should not be handled by the Jews alone. They are an integral element in American life and in the larger world. They need not be apologetic. They have been producers and promoters of civilization, not parasites. They have a right to reciprocal cooperation in everything that concerns their welfare. Accordingly, the Jews of America should appeal and receive the hearty practical backing of all Christians and others in American life worthy of the American name. I am confident that Christians, both individuals and organizations, will yield a generous assent. To that end I urge every Jew in American life to appeal to one or more Christians for their immediate and hearty cooperation and resentment at this time. 2. I urge that the conduct of the Jews at this time be not determined by a narrow denominational viewpoint. The treatment of their corellgionists in Germany should not be handled a.s a Jewish problem. It is a problem of liumanilarianism. It shoukl he treated from the standpoint of the compulsions of a progressive civilization. Accordingly. I maintain that in this and every similar case of racial or religious persecution, the Jews should appeal as humanitarians in the name of humanity. 3. The majority of the German people as indicated by their support of the Austrian upstart Hitler have placed themselves outside the pale of civilization. They have consented and practiced a primitive barbarism that deserves to be forced in some way into the dignity becoming amember of the sisterhood nt nations. Unless the German people forthwith put an end permanently to their fanatic persecution Ol the Jews I urge every Jew in America and elsewhere to withhold every possible patronage of German products. Germany has made a unat contribution to the world, but n Is not lndlspenslble. if she is not willing to act brotherly we are justified in bestowing our favor where we may expect fair play. If every Jew in America and elsewhere will be self-respecting enough to keep away from Germany both with purse and with person I am confident that the barbarism of Ilitlerism will be made to feel that in an interdependent world the demands of decency cannot safely be ignored. 4. To the Jews themselves I off THE GtAOM ML I hoard the lovely, cast-off dress Of each seductive, scented rase. Pink petals, creamy-white and red— All summer long the sweet pile grows. The petals of my favorites I garner with especial care: La Prance, red rambler. Russell, tea. And Fran arl Druschki. white and rare. Fine salt and cinnamon and cloves A spiced and eastern odor lend; And then I add fresh-uat heicd leaves. Rose-garden gifts from every friend. My rose jar ever after holds A captive fragrance, choice sublime, Forever alter keeps for me Memories of friendship's summertime. It's getting so that lass and lassie Each wears clothes that show their chassis. hinges, groan And wake a chill like sirens through the night. It. squats as though hope's final route was blown. And life itself a failing oversight. It blinks its eyes and snaps its crooked beak: Its glOSSless feathers droop about to moult. And plainer than demost henes could speak. Avers that famed Minerva is a dolt: But being skeptic, having no belief, We twitch our no.se and set our thumb at grief! The sick man had just come nut of a long delirium. "Where am I?" he asked feebly: "am I in heaven?" "No." answered his wile; I'm light here with you." When a woman calls a copper— Whatta break! But when she yells for a preacherHeaven's sake! A Spanish boy born with six arms and hands has reached the age of seven. As smart as Nature is supAn( gne n ar i, P( i norne exceedingly A nifty young flapper named Jane. While walking was caught in the rain. She ran—almost flew. Her complexion did. too. posed to be—just two more hands and he could play bridge by himself. The Jew and Qermany By DR. ALEXANDER LYONS. In the treatment of their CO-religlonists In Germany the Jews of America are confronted with an unusual opportunity. This opportunity properly handled can prove to be historically epochal in significance. Prom this viewpoint it may be n aided as freighted with Providential possibility. The reaction Of American Jews should have Several clearly defined courageous aspects. Beyond the doorway, sun Is on the flowers. And checkered shadows lace the garden walk. Where hollyhocks have dreamed away the hours Their heads too heavy on the slender stalk; The air no less is heavy, as with sleep. And with the sound of bees whose lazy drone Come from the tangled grasses, buried deep In blossoms that the weeds have overgrown. This will be with on some winters day: Some winter evening that is filled with snow. When the late sky is darkness edged with gray. fer a piece of counsel. Many of I shall remember, suddenly. I knowplain. These simple things I love. Ai.clm oney cannot buy them: White cloudlets in the sky above. Tuberoses on a slender stem: A pebbly brook that sinus all day. A snatch of song to drive my cares away. The roseate hues of eventide. Cool water on my burning face; A faithful dog close by my side. Blue flowers In a yellow vase. And this, surpassing all the rest A baby's sleepy head against my breast. stress too much their Jewish This doorway — and these tangled them identification and Jewish interest without paralleling these with an appropriate Jewish realization. Judaism should imply a progressive attempt to realize fundamental Jewish ideals. This means a life of such personal propriety and service that through its increasing contribution to world good shall compel world compliment and admiration. In the long run worth wins. In interest of such a consummation there must be an upward movement of all Jewry. Self-centered. selfish individualism must cease. The Jews are judged as a body. It must be their ambition so to present themselves as a body to the world that their dominant aspect shall be one of beneficence. In such ways I am confident the Jews of America can make a great and grand contribution to a better world in which persecution and prejudice shall gradually but surely yield to amity and cooperation. FRENCH GOVERNMENT APPROVES AID TO GERMAN JEWS. Paris. The French ministry of the Interior has officially recognized the new control committee organized for aiding German Jews, and blooms—and sun On flaggings that the grasses overrun. Observing down the road of life We learn important facts— You're really not among the bic If you pay an income tax. We have no belief in common with those persons who assert that there will be a shortage of whiskey after repeal of the 18th amendment, inas much as no shortage was discovered while the amendment was operative. The vulture grief has perched upon my door With aim to cage in my receptive heart. The shadow of its form across my floor Designs a pattern without counterpart. Its raucus notes, like haunted has placed a government building at its disposal. Members of the committee include former ministers Painleve and Godart. Chief Rabbi Levi, Baron Edmond de Rothschild and Baron Robert Rothschild. There's nothing like a colleue education. Just as soon as Harvard gave Al Smith a degree a big insurance company gave him a job on its directory. The man who can holler. He wears the white collar; He lives with his family in town; And of all the oddities!— The price of commodities Go ui> while his wages stay down. Landlady—Do you like that crazy quilt? Boarder—No. nor the damn mattress, neither. One of the most contemptuous signs we ever heard of is the lack of kidnaping editors. Now it is said that flat feel cause mast divorces. We can't believe it causes Jialf as many as flat broke. From a church announcement: Preaching at 11. Subject. The Worst Thing in the World. Singing by our quartet. "Now, girls." said the restaurant manager. "I want you all to look your best today. Add a little extra dab of powder to your cheeks and take a bit more care with your hair." "Why. what's the matter?" asked the head-waitress. 'Butter had again?" "No." said the manager, "the beef's tough."



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Page lour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. July 21, 1933. •;• •;* •> •> •!• •> •'•• v ••• *!• •• %  ••• *•" ••• *-" v ••" + t i + + + %  **•:•* *•:• &f *•:•* &f **•:••:••:• •:••:••:••: %  i&abw ^ynagmj Sullrtttt LJitJ by RABBI b. M. MACHTEI ,-riea SUNDAY MOKMNGS 'fc'IOD, MIAMI, I LORIDA No. 12. Vol. II. SI • l>\\ 1 •:• •:v < %  •> v •> v &f %• -iv •:• &f II I \ 16, 1933. Orlando, Fla. Notes. •:•-:• •:••:••:• ****** ,yy "More Impressions Scripture Reading. Isaiah. Chapter II. Venea 1-5. incl. [hi 't I have had to a: .:;ce my H My an has been. "The road.< are ... :..•: :• detours but they also, were on the inquirer. ; %  to '••' : 'e were strett: • road when : ne for tv -way traffic on but < I.. :dened and the ma : 'e avenue of traffic which I road construction along the route was : %  :.:.:•:. .1 b '.h — road widening, and curve elimination. Dar.i:* i .. minated by the construci hill, many steep grades sed and :. m the elevati %  :. tion to the elevation .:.'..• nexi ... i limlnating ;!. %  • descent and aent wit ;: % %  weathi i rhis i trail hi road • .. afi It Is an improvi travel and their curve: grad' ear view of the road ahead. Government havi united In this road work for the safi •'• %  %  % %  and the general improvement of the I %  50. But. she did a.-k. "Whj didn't illy, and why didn't they nd grades?" Do you know what my an:.d they did ids, when the; built ,'agon-path which the; mpted to imneed %  .:.(! that locality a.it was I to be Inadequal id for the auu> truck. :placed thi The road wide i!. the pin! n of the past wi :md that it requires widi nd improvii speed. In time, our heir needs. And. tinroadwill a ain v Mention of t • path reminds me ..... ;. .im Walt" %  Po • xpl .. : ir street Oni A < all valki d homi B good hould But madi kew, A crooked trail fled, And. I :::.:• ad. B U till hi -rail %  The Bj a lone .,-d We Do ri I'lini and Main Office: 637 N. W. :,(h AT*. Phone 2-671.". The Finest and Freshest Vegetables In Florida Live Poultry Everything Choice MRS. A. WALL .: %  ; and S3 FARMERS CURB MARKET S. W. 2nd Avc and Bridge Phone ::-MM Delaney & Beers Kodak I iiii'hiiii; and Knlarifing ..ninier, ial Work and Home I'orlrmH 50% OIJ on All Amateur Work 212 N. K. 4th SI. I'hone l-StSS Royal Typewriters Ne ( and Kactorj Rebuilt Porlahles S2!l..'>0 to SG0.00 B. W. TIIACKER, l.oeal Dealer 210 V K. 2nd SI. Phone X-011S NIGELEY Funeral I lome 1231 Waahincton \>. Ulaial llearh PHONE 5-3358 SCHCOLNIK'S NEW YOKK Bohemian Rye Proilueed by New York Bread &• Cake Co., Ine.



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Friday. July 21, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN rage Five PLAYING AT THE TIVOLl THEATRE Miss Irene Parr, the popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Parr of this city, is now spending some time in Chicago, where she is covering the World's fair for local merchants. While in Chicago she has been the guest of the fair management and attended the Florida day ceremonies in which Governor and Mrs. Dave Sholtz were the guests of honor. She will return to Miami the latter part of this month to give a series of talks on the World's fair. • • • Miss Phyllis Sontag entertained last week with a treasure hunt. Dan-ing followed the warding of prizes. Her guests included Lillian Eisman. Helen Eisman. Mildren Zinn. Estelle Kasanof. Sylvia Cohen, Myrtle Goldberg. Hilda Prett. Shirley Elkin, Shirley Wallach. Adelaide Sherman. Marvin Rubin. Sandy Bronsteon, Jerry Freeman, Mitchell Magld, Frank Glickman. Louis Spec-tor. Victor Kahn. Jerry Fields. Arthur Sandiest, Irving Varnisa. Matinee Weinstein, Bernie Frank and Max Silver. Mrs. Sam Resnick entertained with a buffet supper and dance Saturday night at Cara Villa in honor of her daughter. Miss Dorothy Brody of Centerville. Iowa. There were 100 guests. Miss Brody will remain in Miami untiil she leaves for Washington university, St. Louis. A number of other parties wiil be given in her honor. • • • An old-fashioned carnival and dance will be sponsored by Beth David during August for the purpose of raising funds to paint the Talmud Torah building of the congregation. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of Nat Zalka, chairman, and Messrs. A. Quadow, Frank Solomon. M. J. Kopelowitz and Mannie Wesson. The exact time and place will be announced in an early issue of the Jewish Floridian. • • • Miss Sylvia Farr is now recuperating at her home following an ill— I ness which confined her to her home during the past three weeks. ..._.> TIVCLIi W. Flmler t 8th Phone 2-3352 I NEW POLICY — 20c Al.I. DAY Sunday-Monday, July 23-24. "Secret of j Madame Blanche" I Irene Dunne. Phillips Holmes •EXACO ( cr/ifieJ I Aibrication Applied Srienlifirnlly \\> cull fur and deliver your cor. IIAKRY GRANT W. I l.i.'l. r n -Hi Ave. Phone 2-H27S ; Be Sensible Obtain %  a si'l l.n IN COOKING %  m F.CONOMY /n LESS FULL %  /)i Using %  %  l AMERICAr^ KOMPAWYt | %  ~^^"^^\^^ I GAS RANGES %  %  Known fur Long Life %  %  ami Low L'/ikii/) I EPEOPLES GAS CO.: 637 WASHINGTON AVI MI I MIAMI BI M I I VPPROVBD APPLIANCES i Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagogue will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock on Sunday morning on "Ordinatio:i and Co-ordination." The rabbi will discuss the factionalism that exists in the ranks of religious faiths and the effect it has upon converts. In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns, scripture reading, and a question box. St. Petersburg Notes HOME SERVICE Laundry ROY H. TURNER, Prop. 122.". S. W. lh SI. Phone t-UU SPECIAL 20 lbs. Rough Dry, S1.00 Flat Work Finished Friday night services at 8 o'clock, at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th st. No., are conducted by Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Sierkese and daughter Jennie have returned from their trip to Chicago, having visited the World's fair. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman of 1068 15th ave.. No., entertained at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. David Loebel and daughters Betty and Hazel, also Mrs. Ida Mershen and son Aaron, all of New York city. • • Mrs. Dora Goldberg left a few days ago to join her husband, who is at Asbury Park, N. J.. for the summer. • Mr. Isaac Jacobs, for a number of years a resident of this city, passed away at Mound Park hospital at 1:30 a. m. Tuesday morning, the funeral taking place on Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock from Wilhelm's Funeral home, Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld officiating. Surviving are two sons. Hyman M. Jacobs, president of Congregation Bnai Israel, and Harry Jacobs, and three daughters, Mrs. E. Rothblatt, Mrs. B. Silverman and Mrs. C. Sweet, also one brother and one \ sister in England. Mr. Jacobs was 64 years old, and a retired merchant. • • • Mrs. Carrol of 325 18th ave. N. E., left for Philadelphia to visit her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Abramson. PHILLIPS HOLMES West Palm Beach Notes Mr. J. Glasser arrived home Saturday to attend the wedding of his daughter, Miss Gertrude Glass, to Mr. Albert Moss. • • Mr. John Saltzman is the guest of his sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash. Mrs. J. Jacobs of Atlanta, and her son Harris, are visiting her sisters and brothers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. B. Ryder, Mr. and Mrs. J. Held, Miss M. Rosenwald and Miss Lillian Rosenwald. also her sister-Inlay, Mrs. A. Wachsman, %  Miss Sarah Dave of Durham. N. C. was the guest of her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I. Moss. Misses Jenny and Matilda Greenberg of New Jersey, are vUttlng their sister and brother-in-law. Mr, and Mrs. T. Simon. • • • Mr, Ben Devoe. nephew of Mr. T. Smith, arrived in Philly, Tuesday after spending the winter in West Palm Beach. • • • Mr. H. Simons, of the Park theatre, is spending a few days in Miami visiting relatives and friends. • • • Mr. H. Lee left last week for a buying trip to Hendersonville. N C. • • • Mr. J. Goodmark and son and daughter. Dan and Rose, are visiting in New York and later will go to Chicago to see the Century of Progress. • • • Miss Helen Moss, daughter of Mr and Mrs. M. Moss, left Tuesday for Durham, N. C. • • • Miss Sylvia Dunn left Saturday for New York, where she expects to make her home. A meeting of the Sisterhood Beth El was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. J. Sneider, 746 Upland rd. Report of the last card party was announced and announcement of the next card party which will be hold Sunday. July 23. 1933. Mrs. Mary Moss will be hostess. • • • Leon Goldsmith leaves today for a visit with his sister, Mrs. S. A. Machlis, in Washington. D. C. Before returning home he will do his fall buying in Baltimore. Philadelphia and New York. • • • An interesting meeting of the Bnai Brith was held Monday ni?h' at which Charles Wax. Jack rCapner, Mr. L. Wise, Arthur Spodick and DanH arris were initiated as members. The secretary requested all those having the petitions signed or partly signed to return them at once to the secretary. Refreshments were served during the social hour after the meeting. • • %  Samuel Scher left by motor lor New York city, where he will spend several weeks. • • • Mr. J. Gold of Daytona is visiting his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold of Palm Beach. Miss Gertrude Glasser. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glasser of Greenwood drive, and Albert Moss, formerly of Chicago, now of this city, were married Sunday afternoon at the Temple Beth Israel with Rabbi Schlachman officiating and assisted by Rabbi Burger of Tampa. Mrs M. Pastroff. organist, and Mrs. H. Halpern, soprano, presented a program of nuptial music. Mr-. Moss was becomingly attired in an afternoon gown of embroidered mousseline de soie and wore a white turban and hue mitts. Her t lowers were a shower ol roses and a baby's breath. Miss Ruth Glasser. her sister, was her only attendant. She wore yellow chiffon with picture hat and her flowers were Talisman rases and hellow poppies. Mr. Muss' best man was his brother. Maurice Moss. A reception buffet supper followed the ceremony, at the Glasser home, where garden flowers and rases lent their charm to the setting. Coming as a surprise was the wedding of Jack Kapner and Isabell Nathson of Brooklyn, was held at the reception with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moss as their only attendants. L. (Pop) GERSONI Buyer of all kinds of scrap' metal. We sell auto parts, I l machinery etc. I 2141 N. W. SECOND AVENUE I + + DIM: DANCE At the Hottest Spot in Town Dancing From !) I'. M. Till— ORCHESTRAS — Z SHOWS %OSCEOU f|j||g§|§ Phone 2-8858 for Reservations I RED CROSS DRUG DEPARTMENT STORE SI E I I.., %  !.-, K. Hairier St. l'hone 2-->l!>ti Free Delivery in f.n-.it.-r Miami The I Keg Inn ; 'Gold Beer I %  Plate Lunches! 1857 W. Hauler Street %  MIAMI. FLA. %  %  %  + Soy Bean Bread and other vegetable bread* GOOD III \l I II BAKING COMPANY, INC. 1US W. HuElcr SI. Phone I-S811 The "Good Health" Kind JK % % % % % % % % % % %  |At A Beautiful Spot" And %  Beautiful Cool Flare: 77//. AN( HORACE GKILIM m BEER GARDEN %  %  Special Dinner 50c Open Fatio Servire %  !)7> S. VV. Kin Street a %  % % % % % % % % % % %  + i Dr. V. K. Jindra PHYSICIAN and SCRGEON Announces Kemoi .1/ of Hh Offices to K05 WEST FI.AGI.FR STREET J Offire Hours: 2 lo ." p.m. — 7 to S p.m. PHONE 2-6057 A NEW MODERN SHOE REFAIR PLANT + %  %  %  %  Marshall's Shoe Factory ; On the Trail at 12th Ave. 11156 S. W. 8th Street m LADIES' Composition Rubber or Leather Heels 15r Nothing but the very bt .1 R.ibbi. I [e must be a graduate <>t .1 Recognized Seminary, Able to teach ,\ Talmud Torah, and Direct 1 he Communal Activities of the C Congregation. Reply, giving full details and photograph to Congregation Care THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. O. Box 2973. MIAMI, FLA. For fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOM'S FISH MART Hauler St. and Miami River Phone 2-3321 We Never Clone OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea Food, we have it at Its very best, and at attractively low prires. Our method of handling; and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary' rules and regulations.



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P.iee Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. July 21. 1933. V applied properly there* no need c'. PLAYISG AT THE -Til AVE. THI'ATRT ARTICLE VI. -• Pa:: I was going to write you sooner Ing you ab'ul maki ip but I Just die:. 1 >und to it. -ek so I :..r new. I have been prett; [do know. 1 m -•••.:.so thai I an make ip • Rita's satisfaction — thing, It's a pleasure not to have to worry about your makeup an: ; It's or or not—and noi to have to keep You know, if you: Retread Your Smooth TIRES iThey Can Be Retreaded Like S H 0 E S Are HalfISoled— Get the Facts ()n I low to SAM-: MONEY! worrying about it for hours and hours. Here's the way I do it: After I've cleansed my iace and applied a tonic to close the pores I apply my powder foundation which is very important, not only for the protection of your skin but for the success of your makeup. After you've apvour foundation very can and t in well, you apply your cream rouge by dabbing it on t it looks 1 you apply your : li your %  t will look : 11 ..-.-: Be sure 1 ml %  rouge hi If your face is 1 • full U be re-.: thin -pead rouge %  .. %  %  .-.: .: %  rouge emphaisap] ; "' : 1W : lashes and ipstick :>: n th( n • %  • .. :.. • you car. follow irv< : your don't 1 ear to 1 th( color If your lips an real dry try .ream on them and %  tore applying your ipsti For evening : usi mj eyeshadow SOCIETY of earning a living on a much lower social scale than the one they formerly occupied. Jews who once held respected positions of dignity and honor in the leading profes. The A. Z. A. 'Junior Bnai Brithi sions are turning to carpentry, metal lnl working, plumbing, brick laying.| ^^^J^'^^'J .*• stone cutting and other manual trades. The projected curriculum of the schools now being established will lay emphasis upon this type of vocational trai:. at Coral Gables Country Club this evening. A program of entertainment has been arranged for in addition to the usual dancing. Raquel Torres in "So This is Africa!" 1st touch tl of the hail your eyebi with the brush to %  : %  %  rial :•-..:_ an I :. makeup but if there's : %  thing %  you want to know • me know and I'll try to find for you. My time is .Hist about up now so I'll close. Joyfully you: JOAN. P. S.—This sounds more like a ire on beauty or a business letter but really. I'm making a busiior m this thing called beauty. I lid be applied Promise that the next letter will be thi :::.-• r tip more ni : tl* lid and ;: Noted Rabbi Talks As far as I can see. the situation An important meeting of the of Germany Jew:-. Is absolutely Miami Jewish Orthodox Con Regardless of sue h tion will be held at the Syna political changes as may 1 urwithnext Tuesday evening when %  • % %  th< deeply has bers of the board of direct',: the feeling of hatred been implanted meet to plan the High Holiday in the contemporary generation of services and to provide for U. Germany, that It will be impossible mud Torah sponsored by thi for the Jew In that country to live gregation. The Talmud Torah has plan of mutual respect and a daily attendance of 27 chile:: toleration with his non-Jewish the present time and is in cha neighbor for decades and perhaps Mr. Herman Braunstein. a p generations to come. Moreover, the nent pedagogue. All members are expatriation of 600.000 Jews Is an urged to attend, impossible task. Even if ..:: be -rotten out of Germany :.• the rate of IOOOO a year, which 1a mo>t optimistic maximum estimate, the great bulk of the Jewish population will remain behind. Their problem will have to be solved in Germany. The chief task of American Jewry in the present crisis is to raise as much money as possible in order that the great tragedy of German Jewry may be somewhat alleviated by an assurance of the minimum physical requirements of food, clothing and shelter. Want to Sell Your Household Goods? Then Sell at AUCTION and set highest prices from con| ntmer.. Consult RAY WRIGHT. 1 auctioneer. Phone 2-2860. + In 1 hi da; nice 1 a touch ol low. ier and b lii %  pli out of Continued irom page one OCR YOl'TH. "We constantly hear of the youth problem; youth is being assailed as irreligious, or as restless, or as revolting against the traditional moral S 2.50 mm Ul 'Money Back Guarantee" COLUMBIA TIRE CO. If IV. BELL M. I .BELL Oldest and Largest in Miami 825 X. I SECOND AVENTI hit BIM \\ XE BOULEVARD te need oi monetary assistance friendly counsel. The local code, or as dominated by the crudcommittei In these communitii 1 I maternahsm. But it is a com'• ugh ut all o! Qerm In mon error to regard youtl : %  and constani ai I 1 k ..... I < ...:... %  • : the funds supand s P eclal vm cs and v: Ion. does not live in a vacuum. Young id. It %  '• ;-ople live in a society, they Its morei they are molded by the plus removed wil %  %  %  %  % % % %  • %  proporti :. October 1 .ouse cleaning of Jews mised by Hitler will take effect applyan Income, such as pen.:.them :: • %  ns and unemployment Ins ire too will al be cut off from the .:.ascara on the Je German Jewish leadei W ANTED! Desire reasonable transportation by auto to Chicago. Please advise F. J. C. P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Florida #^S 151 st 2sr OLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN Luncheon 50AO* ^O* 35c f. OMPLl TE Beer Equipment \l-u Domestll Rofrigrratoro Geo. Patterson. Inc. II'-. BUcernc Bl>d. Phone t-WSI WHITE <)AK LEATHER HaltSoles • LADIES' HEELS 10< PAIR Atlantic Shoe Shop "ALWAYS RELIABLE" j OPPOSITE CORTEZ HOTEL 210 \. E. First Ave. + t FREE FUEL % % % % % % % % % % %  i PWEILBACHER'S MARKET PRIME MEATS 721 s. w. 6th xt. 1227 \V. Flakier St. Phone 2-5712 We Deliver % % % % % % % % % %  DAY rt I *ll the hot I attr >.iu nt*d j in roar hoMt. -• %  'h* n* AllMetal "SOLAR" itb copper tubing. li aders in France. England and Czecho-Slovakia. are seriously concerned about this lining problem. It can only be met by the overwhelming generos:. countries outside of Germany. "The movement to establish vocational schools and other schools of instruction for Jews who are denied entrance in the regularly conited German institutions of learning, is well organized and making splendid prog:'. "I am not at liberty to divulge ~ — + of outstanding German .. educators, world renowned ho are directini i -..terprise. but I can assure American Jewry on the basis of my conprogram is sound, con tive and %  : the preset.• in Germany mporary a: ire layfor a program ext< ndli ..any decades. notetlc to nc. ;mber of men and women who debarred from their pro.udges. sors, engineers, ho are clamoring for an opportunity to learn a manual trade or iarming in order to prepare themselves practically for the task HOT WATER from SUNSHINE which mold all men and women. If you people are in revolt di gmatl n lit. Ion II Is bi ause society in general Is in revolt. If young people seem to be swallowed up by a eras* materialism it Is because the environment in which they live is shot through with such a spirit." This qquotation is from an address by Dr. A. L. Sachar of the faculty of the University of Illinois before the delegates of the recently held Assembly of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. And if we accept Dr. Sachar's analysis as correct it carries tremendous implications for our pedagogic system. It is worth a great deal of thought. L Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Day in and day out—without any effort it will GROW and we help it to grow because— We Pay 5 Interest The Morris Plan Company Of Miami VINCENT K. HUM i:. Manager. 105 N. E. First Ave., MIAMI. FLA. Longer lif*-. xrtattr efficiency % %  r f.,r ever* nrni. FREE ESTIMATES Term.. Solar Water I leater COMPANY Phone 2-S4SS j Office and Peeler) : Ilv-M N. W. II -• 1> A I N T S A L, E By co-operation of the factory we continue our sale of Q! ALITY MKR< IIAMHSi: To acquaint the public with our line of PAINTS VARNISHES ENAMELS With discounts ranging from 20 per cent to 60 per cent from regular prices It Will Pay You to Investigate BINSWANGER *. CO. GLASS 1206-1216 N. 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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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^Jemsti Flonclf&n
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 6, No. 2!l
MIAMI, I I.ORIDA. I Rl DAY. JULY 2 1, l!t3:'..
Price Five Cents
Jewish News Joint Committee Noted Rabbi Local Chest
Roundthe World Plans Campaign Talks of Germany To Continue
IJOY-C'OTT RENEWED IN
RHENISH PROVINCES.
New York. N. Y The boycott of
Jewish .shops, carried on through-
out Germany for a few days In April
has been renewed in the Rhenish
prolvnces, according to reports re-
ceived by William Zukerman. Lon-
don correspondent of the Jewish
Morning Journal here.
The Morning Journal also reports
that the University of Berlin is
planning to institute a course in
Racial Hygiene, which will, presum-
ably, teach the technique of anti-
Semitism.
LONDON NAZIS GET JAIL TERM.
London. Two English anti-
Semitic youths, convicted of having
assaulted Jewish passersby on a
London street, were sentenced to 21
days in jail and fined by Magistrate
Basil Watson, who termed their ac-
tion "monstrous." and said: "I will
show them that they cannot do it
to Jews or anyone else here."
PRO-JEWISH ARABS
HOLD CONFERENCE.
Jerusalem. At a conference held
by Transjordanlan Arabs who are
friendly toward the Jews a state-
ment was issued saying that in view
of Hie critical economic situation
Obtaining in Transjordania Jewish
money should be eagerly welcomed
by the Arabs there.
15,000 IN LONDON PRAY
FOR GERMAN JEWRY.
London In the presence
oi some 15.000 Jews, many of them
the most distinguished in Great
Britain and under the auspices of
United Synagogue and other Jewish
religious bodies, there was held at
Albert Hall a great prayer meeting
on behalf of the Jews of Germany.
All the cantors and rabbis of Eng-
land sponsored the event, which was
purely religious in character. Chief
Rabbi Hertz was the principal
speaker of the occasion.
MISS CARRIE WISE, PHIL-
ANTHROPIST, DIES AT 74.
New York, N. Y. Miss
Carrie Wise, 74, active in social and
philanthropic work and an author-
ity on questions dealing with the
welfare of immigrant girls, is dead
here after a brief illness.
Mil-line at the Community Center
of the Hebrew Athletic Club last
'I'm .day night were representatives
oi more than 14 of Greater Miami's
Jewish organizations gathered for
the purpose of beginning an intru-
sive campaign for the German relief
campaign of the Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. Beth David
Congregation and its Sisterhood.
Temple Israel, the Miami Jewish
Orthcdo: congregation and it., aux-
iliary, the Senior Council of Jewish
Women, the Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women, Senior Hada.ssah and
Junior Hadassah, the Bnai Brith
and the A Z A, the Hebrew Ath-
letic Club, the Arbeiter Ring and
Its Woman's club, were among the
organizations who unanimously ap-
proved resolutions to begin the cam-
paign for the relief of the Jews in
Germany with a gathering on Sun-
day evening. July 30. and the actual
solicitation of funds through a
house to house canvass on Tuesday
morning. August 1. which is "Tisha
B'Av." Addresses were made by a
number of speakers who depicted
the conditions facing the Jews in
Germany,
In addition to the committee ap-
pointed by the local Bnai Brith
lodge consisting of Wm. Friedman.
chairman; Rabbi S. M. Machtei,
Cantor Boris Schlachman. Mrs.
Lewis Brown. H. M. Drevich. Sol
Schwartz. Max Kupfcistein and .1.
Bhochet, representative <>'.
local organizations, who will serve
on the campaign committee are:
Temple Israel. Day J. Apte and
Isaac Levin; Beth David, Stanley C
Myers and .1. Kope'.OWitz; Miami
Jewish Orthodox congregation, Wm.
Mechlowitz and Mux Happaporl :
Arbeiter Ring, Max Gross and Ell
Levin; Hebrew Athletic Club. .lack
Aple and Jack Hirsch: Senior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. Mrs. H. I. Ma-
gid. Mrs. Max and Mrs Lewis: Sen-
ior Hadassah, Mrs. Max Dobrin:
Junior Hadassah. Mrs. Sol. Rotfort
and Miss Beady Goldenblank: Beth
David Sisterhood. Mrs. B. Kandle
and Mrs. Isidor Fine; Ladies' Aux-
iliary of Miami Jewish Orthodox
congregation. Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Mrs. G. Kotkin; Women's Club
of the Workmen's Circle. Mrs. Henry
Scitlin and Mrs. F. Slaviter; A. Z. A.
Alfred Kahn and Morris Raff. Other
local organizations have not yet
designated their representatives. To
the original executive committee,
which will conduct the campaign,
the following were added at the last
meeting of the committee: Ely Le-
vin. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. H. I.
Magid, Mrs. Milton Weiner, Leonard
Barr.
ACTION AGAINST JEWS NOT
TERSECI'TIONV HITLER SAYS
Berlin. The program against
the jews oi Germany is not "perse-
cution" but is merely the natural re-
sult of the spoils system in politics.
according to an explanation given
by Chancellor Adolf Hitler. "We
have 7.000,000 unemployed in Ger-
many. Only a few of them are
Jews. I have promised these suf-
tering blood brothers of mine I
would gel them work. If the work-
i is among the 650,000 Jews are
limed out to make room for pure
blooded Germany, it wont hblp
much, to be sure, but it will help
some."
Local Banker
Aids Cemetery
Through the cooperation of Mr.
Philip Liberman. president of the
Mercantile Hank and Trust. CV)..
Who announced a substantial sum
of money last week, the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Cemetery Association
was enabled to make the payment
of the past-due installment due on
the section it owns in the Wood-
lawn cemetery, which was in default
since last June 1. Mr. W. L. Wil-
liams, president of the association,
expressed the thanks of the organi-
zation for the help thus given them.
Jews, who but recently were high
, in the professions of Germany, are
now turning to carpentry, plumbing,
I stone cutting, brick laying and other
manual trades as means of making
' livelihoods for themselves and fami-
lies. Rabbi Irving F. Reichert ot
San Francisco, who has just return-
ed from a visit to that country, de-
clared in a report submitted to the
German Relief' Campaign of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee which is seeking $2,000.-
000 to aid the stricken Jews of
that land. Rabbi Reichert went to
Germany at the request of the
chairman of the fund raising com-
mittee.
The teaching of trades, the estab-
lishment of vocational schools and
the provision of food and clothing
will be part of the program of re-
lief and reconstruction the rabbi
said, that will be carried on by the
German relief committee with funds
that are being supplied by the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee and other fund raising
agencies throughout the world, sup-
plemented by their own contribu-
tions. He said that although the
problem oi physical relief at the
present time is an important one.
it will assume gigantic proportions
on or about October 1. and added
that the chief task oi American
Jewry at this moment will be ti>
raise as much money as Is pc I
ble to help alleviate the physical
suffering that will confront the
Jews in Germany because of the
lack of food. Clothing and shelter.
In making public Rabbi Reicherts
report. Dr. Wise announced that
campaigns are now being held in
over three hundred Jewish commun-
ties throughout the entire country.
As a result of these efforts, he
pointed out. three-quarters of a mil-
lion dollars has already been raised
toward the $2,000,000 goal.
Rabbi Reichert's report in part
' follows:
"The German Jews are meeting
i this situation with a fortitude and
j heroism that beggars description.
Their courage in the face of a hos-
j tility that is bitter and relentless
' takes one's breath away. One of
: Germany's leading Jewish citizens
(told me without the slightest SUg-
' gestion of bravado, that he wished
I the Nazis would murder him and a
few hundred other Jews in cold
blood, in order that the public in-
| tcrest in other countries might be
attracted by such spectacular ac-
tion to the Nazi brutality which is
more degrading in its slow-starva-
tion methods of strangulation than
such slaughter could possibly be.
"I spent many hours in the va-
rious cities that I visited in the
headquarters of the German Jewish
Relief Committees. They have been
Organized with admirable Bpeed and
efficiency and they are performing
an heroic service to the thousands
of Jews who have not other place
to turn for advice, assistance and
physical relief. In Frankfurt-am-
Main and in Berlin I personally
interviewed scores of men and wo-
men who had been summarily dis-
missed from their positions in in-
dustry, government and the profes-
sions, whose financial assets were
tightly frozen and who were in des-
(Continued on page sixi
There is now no question of
abandoning the Dade County Com-
munity Chest." Richard I'liimer.
president, stated Wednesday.
"There were times." he admitted,
"before the completion of the sur-
vey which was made by Carter Tay-
lor under the auspices of the Na-
tional Association of Community
Chests and the Carnegie Founda-
tion, when we were puzzled to know-
just how we could continue in the
lace of the continued failure to
raise sufficient funds in recent cam-
paigas.
"We are convinced, however, it
would be a mistake to give up the
Chest, which is now better organ-
ized than ever before and under
betteer direction than we have had
in years, on what may be the eve
of another era of phenomenal suc-
cess for Miami.
"It is my personal belief, that
with constantly improving economic
conditions in the community and
an awakening appreciation of the
service the chest has rendered the
community next winter's roll call
of those who give will show greater
returns than every in the history of
this county.
"The Dade County Community
Chest, in line with those of others
throughout the nation, is built on a
four-fold foundation which includes
family service, child welfare, hi til
and character building.
"And in these times of stress the
character building agencies have
done their splendid work in uphold
Ing the morale of the groups who
otherwise might fall into the public
dependency class."
Zionists Plan
Herzl Memorial
Announcements!
J________________________________*
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Wahinirton Avt.. Miami Heath
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.
Senior Hadassah and Junior Ha-
dassah. with the local Zionist dis-
trict, is sponsoring a joint memorial
meeting Monday evening, July 24.
at the Miami Colonial hotel when
the late Dr. Theodore Herzl, found-
er of present day Zionism, will be
eulogized. Harry I. Lipton will pre-
sent a report of the Zionist congress
at Chicago, where he was a dele-
gate from the local district, and
Harry Simonhoff wil. deliver the
memorial address. Mrs. Moses
Krieger will tell of Jewish day at
the World's fair at Chicago, which
she attended. Refreshments will be
served following the meeting and
no charges of any kind will be mad*".
Memorial meet inns to honor the
memory of Dr. Theodore Herzl are
being held throughout the world
during July to observe the anniver -
ary of his death. Dr. Herzl aroused
world-wide interest in Zionism when
he published his "Alt-Neuland" as
a result ol which the first World
Zionist congress was held in Basle,
Switzerland, This congress began
the present-day Zionism and ulti-
mately resulted in the mandate
given through the League of Na-
tions for the recognition of a Jew-
ish homeland in Palestine.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Sun I., nil, Strttt
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.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Cnnitrvatire)
13* N. W. Third Avenna
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Friday evening services 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)
I .1 S. W. Third Strati
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.
Beach Chamber
Plans Drive
Eight thousand inquiries received
in June at the Chicago world fail-
about Miami Beach's resort facili-
ties have given rise to the inaugur-
ation of a summer membership
campaign by the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce to raise
funds for answering them immedi-
ately. Charles W. Chase, sr.. si
larv. reported Wednesday.
Mr. Chase, with the approval of
the board of governors, will .-
a joint membership proposal to the
Miami Beach Business Men.- A
nation and the Miami Beach A
ment HOUS ion at 8 p. m..
Wednesday m the Miami Beach
Elementary school.
The membership fee of the cham-
ber of commerce is 125. Mr, Chase
will propose that members of the
business men's or apartment house
association may Join the chamber
of commerce and remain members
of then- owrj organizations without
paying additional dues.


Friday, July 21, 1933.
At the regular meeting of Junioi
Hada&sah held last Monday evening
at :he Ponce De Leon hote'.. Mrs.
Ruth Dubbin was appointed
mar. of the committee In
arrangements for Che dance to be
held In
hote:
I...-.-:. Ml M O Idli El-
man. Cromer. Re.s-
.
mmittee.

: I lunio '
: for the third and
he O
on Sunday evening July 30. In
f arrai a m-
mittee headed b< letty Green-
.::... n and
sted by Lee Kasanofl
K :...:. Daisy Scl I. M
Esthei Kauff-
dance
mpete for the fli
nte at thl lanci Al
dance thi 1.:.:.
K
M ix : -. ini Esthei Hy-
man.
.. alligator wn
:. and the Rumba orchestra.
:. Dal Schafl was chairman ol
. .-.". committee for the
nd dance.

auxiliary of thi M -
Oi <: \ a regatlon
II regular biwi
ie n i-ning,
h Mrs. Ida Bucksti
Prizes
will be .
erved. The
attend.
A regular meeting of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women v
held at the home of Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers on Tuesday evening. August
: members are urged to attend.
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A regular meeting of the Ladies'
Iary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox congregation will be held on
Tueesday evening. August 1. at the
: Synagogue when
111 be acted on.

next board meeting of the
lunioi C incil of Jewish Women
.ome of Mrs Ed
T 11 i-ening, July
.: 8 p. m. All mem-
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bride's parents in the presence ol
lly. following which the couple left
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ear greased and lubricated.
We all know this is the
best way to prevent trouble
on the road and to avoid
unnecessary repair bills.
Schmidt's Service
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S. W. Mh SI. at 2Iht A>t. a
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eral weeks, to return to his congre-
gation in Tampa. He was the guest
during his stay here of Cantor Boris
Schlachmar. of Miami Beach.
Leonard K. Beldner. 1687 S. W.
!0th SI risiting ::: :.<:- til New
York city and Long Island He will
be away for several weeks.
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The H Athletic Club will
hold a dance at its Community Cen-
ter Sunday evening. July l':j. with
> : Lei In charge of arrange-
mei The large hall has been
decorated for the affair
and at tem has been pro-
ivision oi the or-
... formed
ht and temporary officers have
:. isen with Miss Lillian Eis-
: man. Election for per-
fflcers .v:ll be held at the
: :: m Tui sdaj ning,
1st 1. and the following Sunday
. II al ball and installa-
tion ceremonies will be held at the
with Leo Chaikin. Ralph
in Julius Spector and Jerry
Reimer in charge of ai nts.
: tficer ol the
:. will be the guests of
Clul al this
evenl
mond ball team of the He-
Club was victorious
t week .-... :. Ii di ti an d thi
half of thi
by 4 to 0 11
that the team has al
truck il .: :..:. I Idl ai d '' Ill
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nd half of the content.

Pint Pong
undi r I hi]
of the Hebrew Athletii Club, will
':. Community Center of
lub on Monda; ig, July
31. E:. be made not later
than July 25 with Ralph Oros
the tournan-.i nl
. .
The >1 Madame Blanche."
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film
with Irene Dunne headine a stellai
will be the feature attraction
thi Tlvoli theatre for next Sun-
ind Monday. The picture.
on Martin Brown's notable
play. 'The Lady,'' is described
a.s presenting a vivid cross-section
of life and is said to offer Miss
Dunne the mast powerful character-
ization she has ever attempted on
I talking sci' :
The story, which covers a period
of 30 jreai first presents Miss
Dunne as a member of a New York
.1! show. The production is
taken to England and the show girl
marries a titled young blade who
subsequently becomes involved in a
of complications and commits
suicide. The young widow is left
with a baby son. but she soon loses
him too for the unsympathetic
father-in-law takes the child away
from her by process of law. Then
comes a period of wandering about
the capitals of Europe until the time
of the World war when she unex-
pectedly finds her son during a cafe
brawl. A man is killed in the fra-
cas, and to shield her son, Miss
Dunne shoulders the blame without
ling her identity. An unex-
pected turn brings the story to a
smash conclusion.

Wheeler and Wooloey, leaders
among America's comedians, again
demonstrate their abilities as enter-
In "80 This Is Africa.'' play-
7th ave. theatre next Sun-
day and Monday. The story tells
of their travels and experiences in
Africa, where they meet wild ani-
mals and savages and where they
are held prisoners for a year. The
plot was taken from a story by
Norman Krasna and is directed by
Edward F. Cline. It is a rather in-
' resting story and one calculated to
give the audience an evening of
splendid entertainment.
ids left yesterday for
New York to visit his parent.-. Mr
and Mrs. Harris Beskind-. in
Brooklyn. N. Y.

In order to acquaint the publi;
with its line of quality paints. Bm-
swanger and particularly in Miami for then-
complete line of glass and mirrors
are now conducting a sale at the
local store with the cooperation of
the factory at prices that have
,-ed real among th
who know paints. O'Brien's pain
which have a nation-wide repu 1-
tion throughout the North ard
which is known by master paint)
rywhen was chosen by Binswan-
ji r .V- Co.. because of its quality, re-
Jlity and resultant economy, it
contains a large percentage of turn;
irine a durability and lasting
quality otherwise unobtainable. In
pn 1 :.::.. this line to thi
public, it has received the coopera-
tion of the factory winch enab! 1
firm at this time to sell thi
quality products at price fai b .
the market value. A visit to the
store will soon convince one.
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Actual painting of Beth David
synagogue will begin next week in
7 ""< 4&
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M jr s Boa office 1 30 p.m. Sunday
Sunday-Monday. -':t-24.
"So This Is Africa"
Bert U'.'." : Robert Woolsey
charge of a committee consisting of
Mannie Wesson as chairman, and
Louis Weinkle. M. J. Kopelo
and Harry Markowitz. A commit-
tee to assist in the work will be ap-
pointed to represent Beth David
Sisterhood by Mrs. Lewis Brown,
Its president.
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Friday. July 21, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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rpTl [7 1? \Y/ I C I u"' '"' "f ""' editor to read reports
I JLAJLj J l-i V 10-11 of this convention and particularly
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CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN.
Field Representative
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1930, iii 'I"1 Pual Offlca ni Miami, Florida
under lha Act of March 3. 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
Mi M. Sihri'hnirk. RaprananlatWe
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS, MAE BENJAMIN.
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PRIDAY. JULY 21. 1033.
Vol. (i. No. 29.
A Hopeful
Be
ginning
After weeks ol Inaction, the local
Jewish community lias at last be-
gun to show thai even In tl
southern end of the United State*
Jews have licit forgotten thi Ir I
Jews. The cry oi their stricken
awakened tliem from their lethargi-
awaki ned them from thelrl el
cal Inaction. Wlien the local Bnal
Brilli lodge, as true "Sons of the
Covenant" assumed Hie leadei : Ip
for tin- local campaign and invited
every Jewish organization in this
di trie) to join in this splendid
movement, it was but the beginning
ni what we hope will be the founda-
tion Ol B united Jewish fronl for
everything that is good and every-
thing that stands for the firm sup-
port of true Jewish ideals.
For the tune being every Jewl h
organization, whether it be local or
national, must subordinate a own
Interests for the purpose of aiding
in the campaign for the relief ol thi
.lews In Germany. Let us once and
for all show that we can unitedly
rally to the cause of our fellow Jews.
The approval of the report and
plans for the executive committee
by unanimous action of the repre-
sentatives of Jewish organizations
demonstrated in terms too definite
to be misunderstood that Miami
Jewry understands the situation and
knows how to handle it. Everything
must be done to accomplish the
greatest good In the shortest possi-
ble time.
With the example thus set by Mi-
ami Jewry we may hope for united
action in other movements, educa-
tional, nationalistic, charity, etc..
which need a united community
spirit and action.
It is truly a hopeful beginning.
editorial comments that have ap-
pean d In a number of Jewish week-
lies throughout the country. In view
of the fact that we in Miami are
to be given n report on what hap-
pened, ii is only fair that we re-
print what we believe to be one of
the most outstanding and represent-
ative editorials on the subject, ap-
pearing in the Jewish Times:
Without the distinguished pres-
ence of Dr. Chain) Welzmann, the
36th convention of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America would have
presented a sad spectacle. It was a
rudderless ship tossed about from
session to session without direction
or goaL III view of the emergency
confronting world Jewry and our
Palestine work, this lack of a pro-
gram of action was indeed pitiful.
True, a score of resolutions were
passed on the last day in a cha-
otic atmosphereno delegate under-
standing the significance of the va-
rious resolutions, all animated by
but one desire: to have the busi-
ness over with. The only si-rious
addresses at the convention were
thus.- of |)r. Wei/mann and Em-
anuel Neumann. And while these
addresses very definitely projected
serious issues because of their di-
vergence of opinion on Transjor-
ilania, private Investments and mid-
dle-class Immigration., the conven-
tion did not even pause to consider
this difference of viewpoint. Vet
Wci/inann's observations were in-
enntrovcrtihlf. and to thi' Zionist
rank and file of the utmost Impor-
tance On the even of the Zionist
congress., Dr, Stephen s. wise de-
livered an eloquent anti-Hitler har-
angue suitable for an American Jew-
ish ( ongress campaign meeting, but
utterly out of place at a gathering
of so-called Zionist leaders (unveil-
ed to discuss problems and not to
listen to oratory. I.ouis l.ipsky. usu-
ally a brilliant convention figure,
contented himself with steering the
ship of the empty, futile armistice
between, the Zionist, Organization
and lladassah into calm, waters,
disappointing his many friends, who
expected from, him straight-from-
the-shoulder guidance., Morris Ro-
thenbergi reelected president of the
organlzationi a platform gentleman,
did not come to life till (he last
few hours before the closing of the
convention; his presidential address
was a conscientious effort to present
a dispassionate report of his stew-
ardship during the past year, but
it failed to present a program.. As
a whole this 86th convention of the
Zionist Organization reached a new
low of mediocrity, attributable to
the leadership, which for the sake
of a fictitious unity avoided every
issue. Will Moiris Itothenberg and
Morris MargUilcs, who have again
been entrusted with the destiny of
iii- Zionist Organlzationi decide to
apply drastic measures to revitalize
the movement" It can be done, if
they determine to act instead of
stalling for a tine on a number of
political, economic and .organiza-
tional issues.
The Zionist
Convention
Within the past few weeks the
Zionist Organization of America
held its annual convention in Chi-
cago. Coming to the United States
as the guest of the World's fair
Jewish day. Dr. Chaim Wei/man
was, of course, i he outstanding fea-
ture of the convention. II falls to
1. The situation should not be
handled by the Jews alone. They
are an integral element in Ameri-
can life and in the larger world.
They need not be apologetic. They
have been producers and promoters
of civilization, not parasites. They
have a right to reciprocal coopera-
tion in everything that concerns
their welfare. Accordingly, the
Jews of America should appeal and
receive the hearty practical back-
ing of all Christians and others in
American life worthy of the Amer-
ican name. I am confident that
Christians, both individuals and or-
ganizations, will yield a generous
assent. To that end I urge every
Jew in American life to appeal to
one or more Christians for their
immediate and hearty cooperation
and resentment at this time.
2. I urge that the conduct of the
Jews at this time be not determined
by a narrow denominational view-
point. The treatment of their co-
rellgionists in Germany should not
be handled a.s a Jewish problem. It
is a problem of liumanilarianism. It
shoukl he treated from the stand-
point of the compulsions of a pro-
gressive civilization. Accordingly. I
maintain that in this and every
similar case of racial or religious
persecution, the Jews should appeal
as humanitarians in the name of
humanity.
3. The majority of the German
people as indicated by their sup-
port of the Austrian upstart Hitler
have placed themselves outside the
pale of civilization. They have
consented and practiced a primitive
barbarism that deserves to be forced
in some way into the dignity be-
coming a- member of the sisterhood
nt nations. Unless the German peo-
ple forthwith put an end perma-
nently to their fanatic persecution
Ol the Jews I urge every Jew in
America and elsewhere to withhold
every possible patronage of Ger-
man products. Germany has made
a unat contribution to the world,
but n Is not lndlspenslble. if she
is not willing to act brotherly we
are justified in bestowing our favor
where we may expect fair play. If
every Jew in America and else-
where will be self-respecting enough
to keep away from Germany both
with purse and with person I am
confident that the barbarism of
Ilitlerism will be made to feel that
in an interdependent world the de-
mands of decency cannot safely be
ignored.
4. To the Jews themselves I of-
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I hoard the lovely, cast-off dress
Of each seductive, scented rase.
Pink petals, creamy-white and
red
All summer long the sweet pile
grows.
The petals of my favorites
I garner with especial care:
La Prance, red rambler. Russell,
tea.
And Fran arl Druschki. white
and rare.
Fine salt and cinnamon and cloves
A spiced and eastern odor lend;
And then I add fresh-uat heicd
leaves.
Rose-garden gifts from every
friend.
My rose jar ever after holds
A captive fragrance, choice sub-
lime,
Forever alter keeps for me
Memories of friendship's sum-
mertime.
It's getting so that lass and lassie
Each wears clothes that show their
chassis.
hinges, groan
And wake a chill like sirens through
the night.
It. squats as though hope's final
route was blown.
And life itself a failing oversight.
It blinks its eyes and snaps its
crooked beak:
Its glOSSless feathers droop about to
moult.
And plainer than demost henes
could speak.
Avers that famed Minerva is a dolt:
But being skeptic, having no belief,
We twitch our no.se and set our
thumb at grief!
The sick man had just come nut
of a long delirium. "Where am I?"
he asked feebly: "am I in heaven?"
"No." answered his wile; I'm light
here with you."
When a woman calls a copper
Whatta break!
But when she yells for a preacher-
Heaven's sake!
A Spanish boy born with six arms
and hands has reached the age of
seven. As smart as Nature is sup- An(, gne n,ari,P(i norne exceedingly
A nifty young flapper named Jane.
While walking was caught in the
rain.
She ranalmost flew.
Her complexion did. too.
posed to bejust two more hands
and he could play bridge by him-
self.
The Jew and
Qermany
By DR. ALEXANDER LYONS.
In the treatment of their CO-relig-
lonists In Germany the Jews of
America are confronted with an un-
usual opportunity. This opportun-
ity properly handled can prove to
be historically epochal in signifi-
cance. Prom this viewpoint it may
be n aided as freighted with Provi-
dential possibility. The reaction Of
American Jews should have Several
clearly defined courageous aspects.
Beyond the doorway, sun Is on
the flowers.
And checkered shadows lace the
garden walk.
Where hollyhocks have dreamed
away the hours
Their heads too heavy on the slen-
der stalk;
The air no less is heavy, as with
sleep.
And with the sound of bees whose
lazy drone
Come from the tangled grasses, bu-
ried deep
In blossoms that the weeds have
overgrown.
This will be with on some winters
day:
Some winter evening that is filled
with snow.
When the late sky is darkness
edged with gray.
fer a piece of counsel. Many of I shall remember, suddenly. I know-
plain.
These simple things I love.
Ai.clm oney cannot buy them:
White cloudlets in the sky above.
Tuberoses on a slender stem:
A pebbly brook that sinus all day.
A snatch of song to drive my cares
away.
The roseate hues of eventide.
Cool water on my burning face;
A faithful dog close by my side.
Blue flowers In a yellow vase.
And this, surpassing all the rest
A baby's sleepy head against my
breast.
stress too much their Jewish This doorway and these tangled
them
identification and Jewish interest
without paralleling these with an
appropriate Jewish realization.
Judaism should imply a progres-
sive attempt to realize fundamental
Jewish ideals. This means a life
of such personal propriety and serv-
ice that through its increasing con-
tribution to world good shall com-
pel world compliment and admira-
tion. In the long run worth wins.
In interest of such a consummation
there must be an upward move-
ment of all Jewry. Self-centered.
selfish individualism must cease.
The Jews are judged as a body. It
must be their ambition so to pre-
sent themselves as a body to the
world that their dominant aspect
shall be one of beneficence.
In such ways I am confident the
Jews of America can make a great
and grand contribution to a better
world in which persecution and
prejudice shall gradually but surely
yield to amity and cooperation.
FRENCH GOVERNMENT AP-
PROVES AID TO GERMAN JEWS.
Paris. The French ministry of
the Interior has officially recognized
the new control committee organ-
ized for aiding German Jews, and
bloomsand sun
On flaggings that the grasses over-
run.
Observing down the road of life
We learn important facts
You're really not among the bic
If you pay an income tax.
We have no belief in common with
those persons who assert that there
will be a shortage of whiskey after
repeal of the 18th amendment, in-
as much as no shortage was dis-
covered while the amendment was
operative.
The vulture grief has perched upon
my door
With aim to cage in my receptive
heart.
The shadow of its form across my
floor
Designs a pattern without counter-
part.
Its raucus notes, like haunted
has placed a government building
at its disposal.
Members of the committee include
former ministers Painleve and God-
art. Chief Rabbi Levi, Baron Ed-
mond de Rothschild and Baron
Robert Rothschild.
There's nothing like a colleue edu-
cation. Just as soon as Harvard
gave Al Smith a degree a big insur-
ance company gave him a job on
its directory.
The man who can holler.
He wears the white collar;
He lives with his family in town;
And of all the oddities!
The price of commodities
Go ui> while his wages stay down.
LandladyDo you like that crazy
quilt?
BoarderNo. nor the damn mat-
tress, neither.
One of the most contemptuous
signs we ever heard of is the lack
of kidnaping editors.
Now it is said that flat feel cause
mast divorces. We can't believe it
causes Jialf as many as flat broke.
From a church announcement:
Preaching at 11. Subject. The Worst
Thing in the World. Singing by
our quartet.
"Now, girls." said the restaurant
manager. "I want you all to look
your best today. Add a little extra
dab of powder to your cheeks and
take a bit more care with your
hair."
"Why. what's the matter?" asked
the head-waitress. 'Butter had
again?"
"No." said the manager, "the
beef's tough."


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. July 21, 1933.


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Sunday Mokmngs 'fc'IOD, Miami, I lorida
No. 12.
Vol. II.
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Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
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"More Impressions
Scripture Reading. Isaiah. Chapter II. Venea 1-5. incl.
[hi 't I have had to a: .:;ce my
H My an has been. "The road.< are
..... ... :..: : detours but they also, were on
the inquirer.
; to '':'e were strett:
road when : ne for tv -way traffic on
but < I.- :dened and
the ma :'-e avenue of traffic which I
road construction along the route was
::.:.::. .1 b '.h road widening, and curve
elimination. Dar.i:* i .. minated by the construc-
......i hill, many steep grades
sed and
:. m the elevati :.
. tion to the elevation .:.'.. nexi ... i limlnating ;!. descent
and a- ent wit ;: weathi i
rhis i trail hi road
. .. afi It Is an improvi
travel and their curve:
grad' ear view of the road ahead.
Government havi united In this road work
for the safi
and the general im-
provement of the I 50. But. she did a.-k.
"Whj didn't illy, and why didn't they
nd grades?" Do you know what my an-
:.d they did
ids, when the;
built ,'agon-path which
the; mpted to im-
need ..:.(! that locality a.- it was
I to be Inadequal id for the auu>
truck. :placed thi The road
wide i!. the pin! n of the past wi :md that it re-
quires widi nd improvii speed. In time, our
heir needs. And.
tin- road- will a ain v Mention of t path reminds me
..... ;. .- im Walt" Po xpl .. : ir street
Oni
A < all valki d homi b good hould
But madi kew,
A crooked trail
fled,
And. I :::.: ad.
B U till hi -rail

The
Bj a lone i;
led thi : .
thi :. ,: -.,-
All good bell-wethi
And from that daj o'er .....ind
Thi igh made
And many men wound
nd .;ni :.d bent about.
And Utti
Bei iked path.
But still thi j
The :.:
And through the winding wood ilked
Bi cause hi iced
The tori I pal
That bent and bent and turned again;
Thi Iced lane became a road
with his load
Toiled : burning .sun
And traveled three milt
And thus a century and a half
They trod the footsteps ol that calf.
The yeai pa ed on in swiftness fleet;
The road became a village tree!
And this, before men were aware,
A city's thoroughfare.
And soon the central street was this.
Of a renowned metropolis.
And men two centuries and a half
Trod in the footsteps of that calf.
Each day a hundred thousand rout
followed the zig-zag calf about-
And o'er the crooked journey went
The traffic of a continent I
a hundred thousand men were led
By one calf near three centuries dead."
Religious consciousness, too. began in the calf-path method It had
its origin in the fears and supers.,,ions ol the early men. The God-con-
cept was narrow and crooked, winding and zig-zagging, confusing and
misleading. With the passing ol the years and the centuries, the path
became a well-trodden route. To some degree ,, was straightened and
Widened. The understanding of man's duty to his fellowman, his rela-
A crowd from Orlando are plan-
ning at the Palmetto Club. Funds
the Chanty Dance Thursday eve-
ni-ng at the Palmetto Club. Funds
will go towards the support of a few
in Daytona.
Judge H. N. Roth of Orlando is
ling on the bench now while
Ity judge is on his vacation to
, Europe.
Friends of Mrs. Ben Siegle will be
glad to learn that she is convales-
cing at her home now from a re-
cent operation made in Jacksonville
hospital.
Rabbi Burger, from Tampa, spent
party Tuesday evening at the San
Juan hotel. Thi nt to-
wards the reliel oi the Jewish suf-
in Germany.
ilnst the treat-
ment oi the Jews in Germany are
being signed and sent to Washing-
ton through the Bnai Brith.
Mr, George Gordon of Miami was
a week-end visitor in Orlando. Mr.
Gordon attended the Laundrymen's
convention held Sunday afternoon
at the San Juan hotel.
Rabbi Berger from Tampa, spent
the day in Orlando yesterday.
Mrs. Sol Wettenstein and children
who have been in Boston, Mass., for
the past six weeks, are returning to
Orlando Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Berger have gone
to Virginia for a month's stay.
Mrs. Kleeper and daughter laine
left for Miami for a brief visit re-
cently.
Irwin Berger has just returned
from Daytona Beach after a two
weeks' stay with his grandmother.
Mrs. C. Roth of Orlando.
HOLLYWOOD WELCOMES
EXILED JEWS FROM REICH.
Los Angeles. The film colony in
Hollywood will try to make room lor
as many as possible oi the noted
Jewish artists who have been ex-
iled from the film industry in Ger-
many, according to a statement by
Samuel Goldwyn. producer, who
said that he has the cooperation of
many other magnates in finding
places for actors, directors, execu-
tives and other Jews who have been
ousted from the Reich.
he rest of the community and to other nations, has become
broader Man vli have been widened, His road of life has less dan-
erous i irve and Man travel.- in a roomier sphere with Less
chance oi colliding with his fellows.
Reii-iou- views :.. ened,are being widened. We are forsak-
the cow-path and the circuitous route. We have a better view ol
lad for a longer distance. Our vision Is broader and more lar-
. rued. The curve- are removed. We have no petty tear-. Nothing
iurks around a possible corner to harm us. There is no hostile force
: the hill, -because there Is no hill. The road is level.
The other fellow's religion, his mode of wroshipplng my God.for
it Is my God,Is op wide enough for all of us to travel without danger to any. But.
..d will some day be yet wider. Posterity will dare to add to the
OUter edges of the pavement sufficient breadth to permit more lane.- ol
traffii with greater safety, ultimately, there will be but one road, wide
enough for all traffic in all direction.-. In the course ol time all man-
kind will have learned thi of the prophet. "And it shall conn- to
pass in thi- end of day-, that the mountain ol the Lord's house shall r
established as the top ol the mountains, and shall be exalted above the
hills: and all nations .-hall flow to it. And many people shall c, and
say. Come ye. and let us go up to the mountain ol the Lord, to the house
ol the God ol Jacob: and He will teach us His way.-, and we will walk
in Hi.- paths lor out ol Zion shall go forth the law. and the word oi
the Lord lrom Jerusalem."
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Friday. July 21, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
rage Five
PLAYING AT THE
TIVOLl THEATRE
Miss Irene Parr, the popular
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Parr of this city, is now spending
some time in Chicago, where she
is covering the World's fair for
local merchants. While in Chicago
she has been the guest of the fair
management and attended the Flor-
ida day ceremonies in which Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Dave Sholtz were
the guests of honor. She will re-
turn to Miami the latter part of this
month to give a series of talks on
the World's fair.

Miss Phyllis Sontag entertained
last week with a treasure hunt.
Dan-ing followed the warding of
prizes. Her guests included Lillian
Eisman. Helen Eisman. Mildren
Zinn. Estelle Kasanof. Sylvia Cohen,
Myrtle Goldberg. Hilda Prett. Shir-
ley Elkin, Shirley Wallach. Adelaide
Sherman. Marvin Rubin. Sandy
Bronsteon, Jerry Freeman, Mitchell
Magld, Frank Glickman. Louis
Spec-tor. Victor Kahn. Jerry Fields.
Arthur Sandiest, Irving Varnisa.
Matinee Weinstein, Bernie Frank
and Max Silver.
Mrs. Sam Resnick entertained
with a buffet supper and dance
Saturday night at Cara Villa in
honor of her daughter. Miss Dor-
othy Brody of Centerville. Iowa.
There were 100 guests. Miss Brody
will remain in Miami untiil she
leaves for Washington university, St.
Louis. A number of other parties
wiil be given in her honor.

An old-fashioned carnival and
dance will be sponsored by Beth
David during August for the pur-
pose of raising funds to paint the
Talmud Torah building of the con-
gregation. In charge of arrange-
ments is a committee consisting of
Nat Zalka, chairman, and Messrs.
A. Quadow, Frank Solomon. M. J.
Kopelowitz and Mannie Wesson.
The exact time and place will be
announced in an early issue of the
Jewish Floridian.

Miss Sylvia Farr is now recuper-
ating at her home following an ill
I ness which confined her to her
home during the past three weeks.
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Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagogue
will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock
on Sunday morning on "Ordinatio:i
and Co-ordination." The rabbi will
discuss the factionalism that exists
in the ranks of religious faiths and
the effect it has upon converts. In
addition to the sermon there will be
prayers, hymns, scripture reading,
and a question box.
St. Petersburg
Notes
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Friday night services at 8 o'clock,
at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921
9th st. No., are conducted by Rabbi
Alexander S. Kleinfeld.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Sierkese and
daughter Jennie have returned from
their trip to Chicago, having visited
the World's fair.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman of
1068 15th ave.. No., entertained at
dinner, Mr. and Mrs. David Loebel
and daughters Betty and Hazel, also
Mrs. Ida Mershen and son Aaron,
all of New York city.

Mrs. Dora Goldberg left a few
days ago to join her husband, who
is at Asbury Park, N. J.. for the
summer.
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Mr. Isaac Jacobs, for a number
of years a resident of this city, pass-
ed away at Mound Park hospital at
1:30 a. m. Tuesday morning, the fu-
neral taking place on Wednesday
morning at 10:30 o'clock from Wil-
helm's Funeral home, Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Kleinfeld officiating. Sur-
viving are two sons. Hyman M. Ja-
cobs, president of Congregation
Bnai Israel, and Harry Jacobs, and
three daughters, Mrs. E. Rothblatt,
Mrs. B. Silverman and Mrs. C.
Sweet, also one brother and one
\ sister in England. Mr. Jacobs was
64 years old, and a retired mer-
chant.

Mrs. Carrol of 325 18th ave. N.
E., left for Philadelphia to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Abram-
son.
PHILLIPS HOLMES
West Palm Beach
Notes
Mr. J. Glasser arrived home Sat-
urday to attend the wedding of his
daughter, Miss Gertrude Glass, to
Mr. Albert Moss.

Mr. John Saltzman is the guest
of his sister and brother-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash.
Mrs. J. Jacobs of Atlanta, and her
son Harris, are visiting her sisters
and brothers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
B. Ryder, Mr. and Mrs. J. Held,
Miss M. Rosenwald and Miss Lil-
lian Rosenwald. also her sister-In-
lay, Mrs. a. Wachsman,

Miss Sarah Dave of Durham. N.
C. was the guest of her sister and
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I.
Moss.
. .
Misses Jenny and Matilda Green-
berg of New Jersey, are vUttlng
their sister and brother-in-law. Mr,
and Mrs. T. Simon.

Mr, Ben Devoe. nephew of Mr. T.
Smith, arrived in Philly, Tuesday
after spending the winter in West
Palm Beach.

Mr. H. Simons, of the Park thea-
tre, is spending a few days in Mi-
ami visiting relatives and friends.

Mr. H. Lee left last week for a
buying trip to Hendersonville. N C.

Mr. J. Goodmark and son and
daughter. Dan and Rose, are visit-
ing in New York and later will go
to Chicago to see the Century of
Progress.

Miss Helen Moss, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. M. Moss, left Tuesday for
Durham, N. C.

Miss Sylvia Dunn left Saturday
for New York, where she expects to
make her home.
A meeting of the Sisterhood Beth
El was held Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. J. Sneider, 746 Upland rd. Re-
port of the last card party was an-
nounced and announcement of the
next card party which will be hold
Sunday. July 23. 1933. Mrs. Mary
Moss will be hostess.

Leon Goldsmith leaves today for
a visit with his sister, Mrs. S. A.
Machlis, in Washington. D. C. Be-
fore returning home he will do his
fall buying in Baltimore. Philadel-
phia and New York.

An interesting meeting of the
Bnai Brith was held Monday ni?h'
at which Charles Wax. Jack rCap-
ner, Mr. L. Wise, Arthur Spodick
and DanH arris were initiated as
members. The secretary requested
all those having the petitions sign-
ed or partly signed to return them
at once to the secretary. Refresh-
ments were served during the so-
cial hour after the meeting.
.
Samuel Scher left by motor lor
New York city, where he will spend
several weeks.

Mr. J. Gold of Daytona is visiting
his brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. I. Gold of Palm Beach.
Miss Gertrude Glasser. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glasser of Green-
wood drive, and Albert Moss, for-
merly of Chicago, now of this city,
were married Sunday afternoon at
the Temple Beth Israel with Rabbi
Schlachman officiating and assisted
by Rabbi Burger of Tampa. Mrs M.
Pastroff. organist, and Mrs. H. Hal-
pern, soprano, presented a program
of nuptial music.
Mr-. Moss was becomingly attired
in an afternoon gown of embroid-
ered mousseline de soie and wore a
white turban and hue mitts. Her
t lowers were a shower ol roses and
a baby's breath.
Miss Ruth Glasser. her sister, was
her only attendant. She wore yellow
chiffon with picture hat and her
flowers were Talisman rases and
' hellow poppies.
Mr. Muss' best man was his broth-
er. Maurice Moss.
A reception buffet supper followed
the ceremony, at the Glasser home,
where garden flowers and rases lent
their charm to the setting. Coming
as a surprise was the wedding of
Jack Kapner and Isabell Nathson
of Brooklyn, was held at the recep-
tion with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moss
as their only attendants.
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COMPANY, INC.
1US W. HuElcr SI. Phone I-S811
The "Good Health" Kind
JK
|At A Beautiful Spot"
_ And Beautiful Cool Flare: "
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m BEER GARDEN
Special Dinner.............. 50c
_ Open Fatio Servire
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Dr. V. K. Jindra
PHYSICIAN and SCRGEON
Announces Kemoi .1/ of
Hh Offices to
! K05 WEST FI.AGI.FR STREET
J
Offire Hours:
2 lo ." p.m. 7 to S p.m.
PHONE 2-6057
A NEW MODERN SHOE REFAIR PLANT
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Marshall's Shoe Factory ;
On the Trail at 12th Ave. 11156 S. W. 8th Street m
LADIES' Composition Rubber or Leather Heels 15r
Nothing but the very b EDDIES BAR
25 N. E. First St.
1)1! VI (.11 I and BOTTLE BEER
Our Delicious Sandwiches Only
10 CENTS
Florida Cogregation Desires the
services <>t .1 R.ibbi.
I [e must be a graduate <>t .1
Recognized Seminary, Able to
teach ,\ Talmud Torah, and Di-
rect 1 he Communal Activities of
the C Congregation.
Reply, giving full details and
photograph to
Congregation
Care THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
P. O. Box 2973.
MIAMI, FLA.
For fresh
Sea Foods
STOP AT
GAPT. TOM'S
FISH MART
Hauler St. and Miami River
Phone 2-3321 We Never Clone
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
Our Fish are the freshest Caught by our own boats daily
If it is Sea Food, we have it at Its very best, and at attractively
low prires. Our method of handling; and selling Sea Food is in ob-
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P.iee Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. July 21. 1933.
V
applied properly there* no need c'. PLAYISG AT THE
-Til AVE. THI'ATRT
ARTICLE VI.
- Pa::
I was going to write you sooner
Ing you ab'- ul maki ip
but I Just die:. 1 >und to it.
-ek so
I :..r
new. I have been prett;
[do know.
1 m -.:.- so thai I an make
ip Rita's satisfaction
thing, It's a pleas-
ure not to have to worry about your
makeup an: ;- It's or-
or notand noi to have to keep
You know, if you:
Retread Your Smooth
TIRES
iThey Can Be Retreaded
Like S H 0 E S Are Half-
ISoled
Get the Facts
()n I low to
SAM-: MONEY!
worrying about it for hours and
hours.
Here's the way I do it: After I've
cleansed my iace and applied a
tonic to close the pores I apply my
powder foundation which is very
important, not only for the protec-
tion of your skin but for the success
! of your makeup. After you've ap-
vour foundation very can
and t in well, you apply
your cream rouge by dabbing it on
t it looks 1
you apply your : li your

t will look
: 11 ..-.-: Be sure 1 ml
rouge
hi
If your face is 1 full U
be re-.:
..... thin -pead rouge
.. .-.:
.: rouge empha- ____________________________________
..... isap] ; "':' 1W : lashes and
ipstick
:>: n th(
n ..... .. :..
you car. follow irv< : your
don't 1 ear to 1
th( color
If your lips an real dry try
.ream on them and
tore applying your
ipsti
For evening : usi mj eyeshadow
SOCIETY
of earning a living on a much low-
er social scale than the one they
formerly occupied. Jews who once
held respected positions of dignity
and honor in the leading profes-
. The A. Z. A. 'Junior Bnai Brithi
sions are turning to carpentry, metal "lnl
working, plumbing, brick laying.| ^^^J^'^^'J .*
stone cutting and other manual
trades. The projected curriculum
of the schools now being established
will lay emphasis upon this type of
vocational trai:.
at Coral Gables Country Club this
evening. A program of entertain-
ment has been arranged for in ad-
dition to the usual dancing.
Raquel Torres
in "So This is Africa!"
1st touch tl of the hail
your eyebi with the brush to

: rial :-..:_ an I
:. makeup but if there's
: thing you want to know
me know and I'll try to find
for you. My time is .Hist about
up now so I'll close.
Joyfully you:
JOAN.
P. S.This sounds more like a
ire on beauty or a business let-
ter but really. I'm making a busi-
ior m this thing called beauty. I
lid be applied Promise that the next letter will be
thi :::.- r tip more ni
: tl* lid and
;: Noted Rabbi Talks
As far as I can see. the situation An important meeting of the
of Germany Jew:-. Is absolutely Miami Jewish Orthodox Con
Regardless of sue h tion will be held at the Syna
political changes as may 1 urwith- next Tuesday evening when
th< deeply has bers of the board of direct',:
the feeling of hatred been implanted meet to plan the High Holiday
in the contemporary generation of services and to provide for U.
Germany, that It will be impossible mud Torah sponsored by thi
for the Jew In that country to live gregation. The Talmud Torah has
plan of mutual respect and a daily attendance of 27 chile::
toleration with his non-Jewish the present time and is in cha
neighbor for decades and perhaps Mr. Herman Braunstein. a p
generations to come. Moreover, the nent pedagogue. All members are
expatriation of 600.000 Jews Is an urged to attend,
impossible task. Even if
..:: be -rotten out of Germany
:. the rate of IOOOO a year, which
1- a mo>t optimistic maximum esti-
mate, the great bulk of the Jewish
population will remain behind.
Their problem will have to be solved
in Germany. The chief task of
American Jewry in the present crisis
is to raise as much money as pos-
sible in order that the great trag-
edy of German Jewry may be some-
what alleviated by an assurance of
the minimum physical requirements
of food, clothing and shelter.
Want to Sell Your
Household Goods?
Then Sell at
AUCTION
and set highest prices from con- |
ntmer.. Consult RAY WRIGHT. 1
auctioneer. Phone 2-2860.
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In 1 hi da;
nice 1 a touch ol
low.
ier and b lii
pli out of
Continued irom page one
OCR YOl'TH.
"We constantly hear of the youth
problem; youth is being assailed as
irreligious, or as restless, or as re-
volting against the traditional moral
S
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COLUMBIA
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If IV. BELL M. I .BELL
Oldest and Largest
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825 X. I SECOND AVENTI
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te need oi monetary assistance
friendly counsel. The local code, or as dominated by the crud-
committei In these communitii 1 I maternahsm. But it is a com-
- ugh ut all o! Qerm In mon error to regard youtl
: and constani ai
I 1 k ..... I < ...:...
: the funds sup- and sPeclal vm"cs and v:
Ion. does not live in a vacuum. Young
id. It '' ;-ople live in a society, they
Its morei they are molded by the
plus removed wil pro-
porti :. October 1
.ouse cleaning of Jews
mised by Hitler will take effect
apply- an Income, such as pen-
.:.- them :: ns and unemployment Ins
ire too will al be cut off from the
..... .:.ascara on the Je German Jewish leadei
W ANTED!
Desire reasonable transpor-
tation by auto to Chicago.
Please advise
F. J. C.
P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Florida
#^S
151 st 2- sr
OLD
HEIDELBERG
BEER GARDEN
Luncheon 50- AO* ^O*
35c
f. OMPLl TE
Beer Equipment
\l-u Domestll Rofrigrratoro
Geo. Patterson. Inc.
II'-. BUcernc Bl>d. Phone t-WSI
WHITE <)AK
LEATHER
Halt-
Soles
LADIES' HEELS 10<
PAIR
Atlantic Shoe Shop
"ALWAYS RELIABLE"
j OPPOSITE CORTEZ HOTEL
210 \. E. First Ave.
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FREE FUEL
i
pWEILBACHER'S
MARKET
PRIME MEATS
721 s. w. 6th xt.
1227 \V. Flakier St.
Phone 2-5712
We Deliver

DAY
rt
I *ll the hot
I attr >.iu nt*d
j in roar hoMt.
- 'h* n* All-
Metal
"SOLAR"
itb copper
tubing.
li aders in France.
England and Czecho-Slovakia. are
seriously concerned about this lin-
ing problem. It can only be
met by the overwhelming generos-
:. countries outside of
Germany.
"The movement to establish voca-
tional schools and other schools of
instruction for Jews who are de-
nied entrance in the regularly con-
ited German institutions of
learning, is well organized and mak-
ing splendid prog:'.
"I am not at liberty to divulge
~ -------+ of outstanding German
.. educators, world renowned
ho are directini i -..-
terprise. but I can assure Ameri-
can Jewry on the basis of my con-
program is sound, con tive and

:
the preset. in Germany
mporary a: ire lay-
for a program ex-
t< ndli ..any decades.
note-
tlc to nc-
. ;mber of men and women who
debarred from their pro-
.udges.
sors, engineers,
ho are clamoring for an op-
portunity to learn a manual trade
or iarming in order to prepare
themselves practically for the task
HOT WATER
from SUNSHINE
which mold all men and wo-
men. If you people are in revolt
di gmatl n lit. Ion II Is bi -
ause society in general Is in revolt.
If young people seem to be swallow-
ed up by a eras* materialism it Is
because the environment in which
they live is shot through with such
a spirit." This qquotation is from
an address by Dr. A. L. Sachar of
the faculty of the University of Illi-
nois before the delegates of the re-
cently held Assembly of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods. And if we accept Dr. Sa-
char's analysis as correct it carries
tremendous implications for our
pedagogic system. It is worth a
great deal of thought.
l Start A
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Day in and day outwith-
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and we help it to grow be-
cause
We Pay 5 Interest
The
Morris Plan
Company
Of Miami
VINCENT K. HUM i:. Manager.
105 N. E. First Ave.,
MIAMI. FLA.
Longer lif*-.
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r f.,r
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FREE
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Term..
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