The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JLWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 6. No. 30.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1933.
Price I ive Centi
Jewish News
About the World
GREATGRANDSON OF BIS-
MARCK TURNED OI'T JEW.
Berlin. The aristocracy of Ger-
many, which had welcomed the
revolution brought about by the
Nazis, i.s beginning to tremble for
Its safety as a result of the action
taken in the ca.se of the greatgrand-
son of Count Bismarck, the great
Iron Chancellor himself .who forged
a united Germany out of a mass
dl .separate elements. Young Bis-
marck was an employe in the minis-
try of the interior, but Nazi ferrets
as to racial ancestry discovered that
Ins grandmother who married Count
Hubert, son of the Iron Chancellor.
was a Jewess. He was immediately
dismissed from his post.
REGIME OF NAZI
DRAWS CRITICISM.
Berlin. July 20. Sherwood Eddy,
former Y. M. C. A. secretary for
Asia, amazed his listeners at a Carl
Schurz society meeting today by
voicing open criticism of the Nazi
regime.
After complimenting the new re-
gime for achieving what he called
"the greatest German unity in a
thousand years." and for "instilling
a new spirit of enthusiasm into the
people and new hope in youth." he
went on:
"Candor compels me to state that
: :...,. great apprehensions regard-
ing Germany. What about impar-
tial justice for Socialists. Commun-
ists. Jews. Liberals and Pacifists?
Justice cannot be limited to Aryans
or Nordics.
"It is unjust to preach total elimi-
nation of the Jew or to instill the
poison of racial hatred into chil-
dren's hearts through textbooks.
What about freedom of the press,
speech and assembly? .
"My affection for Germany makes
me plead for equal justice and hu-
man liberty."
PROOF OF HITLER JEWISII-
NESS CITED BY HEIMWEIIR.
Vienna. After an investigation
of the documents available in Polna.
Czechoslovakia as to the racial ante-
cedents of Chancellor Adolf Hitler
of Germany, the Oesterreichische
Abendblatt. organ of the Austrian
Heimwehr organization, has made
public a genealogical tree showing
that the grandmother of the notori-
ous anti-Semite, was a Jewess,
daughter of Abram Hitler, who left
Polna for Vienna. The revelation
as to Hitler's ancestry is based on
findings of Alexander Basch. Polna
Jewish registrat, who died recently.
The publication of the story
aroused a sensation in Austria,
where it was expected that there
would be immediate repercussions in
Germany itself. The possibility ol
Hitler's being forced out of the
Chancellorship as a result of the
revelation was being widely discuss-
ed. The Vienna Tageblatt. comment-
ing on the news, says that the
world i.s entitled to expect "thai toe
Nazis will not simply ignore it but
will furnish a very definite reply."
The campaign of the Nazis for con-
trol of Austria has suffered a se-
vere blow as a result of the publi-
cation of Hitler's Jewish back-
ground.
If You Have A Heart
A MOST PITIFUL TALE of persecution and dire want is being un-
folded daily by visitors, both Jew and non-Jew, who have returned
from Germany. German Jewry, without regard to origin or class, is be-
ing Bhamefully and delibrately debased.
p\'K.\ THE OLDEST and fines) of German-Jewish parents arc deliber-
ately and stoically parting with their dearest offsprings, to enable
them to emigrate to any corner of the world thai will permit them to be
simple human normal beings, where they might escape from constant of-
ficial governmental words and writings thai depict them as humans un-
worthy of normal rights.
DY OCTOBER 1st the last of the German .lews who have even had a ves-
tige of support from scanty earnings and past savings will see the
exhaustion of every means to continue to live, according to statements
issued by the Joint Distribution Committee, headed by such men as Felix
Warburg and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise.
11IAM1 IS NOW READY to do its duty. Beginning on Tuesday morning
next, the day of Tisha B'Av, so replete with poignant memories of
Jewish sufferings, committees chosen from every rank of Greater .Miami
Jewry, reprsenting every Jewish organization in the district, will begin a
canvass of Miami Jewry to enlist their donations in the cause of saving
Jewish lives, and preventing the extermination of six hundred thousand
German Jews.
VTKFJ) ANY MORE BE SAID to any Jew possessed of the slightest spark
** of humanity to induce him to GIVE, GIVE and GIVE to the VERY
UTMOST to aid our distressed brethren in Germany?
WE CANNOT FAIL!
WK WILL NOT KAIL!
WE DARE NOT FAIL!
Local Stores
Raise Wages
A few hours after President Roo-
sevelt made his memorable address
on the radio last Monday night, the
Southern Stores Corporation, oper-
ating 25 Piggly Wiggly stores, and
Riley's. operating two stores in this
territory, announced that in compli-
ance with both the letter and spirit
of the president's plea a blanket
raise of 10 per cent in salaries had
been given all employes of the com-
pany stores.
R. J. Marshburn. president of
i Southern Stores Corporation, in
making his announcement, praised
' the loyalty and service of the com-
! pany's employes, and said the sal-
ary Increases included the entire
personnel, from office boys to exec-
utives, numbering considerably
more than 100. In his telegram tfl
the president, he pledged 100 per
cent cooperation in carrying out his
wishes in the operation of the na-
tional industrial recovery program
Local Campaign
Begins Sunday
Herzl Memorial
Meeting Is Held
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 "Let Us
Past." The sermon will be dedi-
cated lo the local committee of the
Joint Distribution Committee cam-
pawn for the relief of the Jews of
Germany. The Miami campaign
opens on TiSh'Oh B'abh. Tuesday.
August 1. In addition to the sermon
there will be prayers, hymns, mu-
sic and a question box.
Attended by representatives of 11
of Miami's Jewish organizations,
plans for the Miami committee of
the German Relief campaign of the
Joint Distribution Committee were
presented by the executive commit -
tee and unanimously approved by
the general committee last Wednes-
day night at the Miami Coloninl
hotel. Mr. Herbert U. Peibelman.
prominent attorney and communal
worker, made a stirring appeal for
immediate action and a concerted
drive to reach every Jew in the
Community so that he may be glv< n
[ the opportunity to share in the re-
hei of his fellow jews in Germany.
A pledge of cooperation was receh -
ed from a number of prominent citi-
zens who were unable to attend but
Who promised lo devote their time
during the campaign to help secure
funds. The campaign will begin
Sunday night. July :i(), at the Beth
David Talmud Torah hall with a
meeting of all workers and teams
A number of inspirational talks will
be given by prominent Jews and
non-Jews and then the teams will
lie given prospect cards. In this
manner every Jewish home in the
Creater Miami district will be visit-
ed. Headquarters for the campaign
committee will be opened downtown
and daily luncheon meetings will be
held of the workers. Actual solici-
tation of funds will begin Tuesday
tinuc to and including Friday. At
About 75 men and women attend-
ed the memorial services in honor
of Dr. Theodore Herzl. founder of
present-day Zionism last Sunday
night at the Miami Colonial hotel.
The meeting began with a brief ad-
dress by Mrs. Max Dobrin. presi-
dent of the Miami chapter of Sen-
ior Hadassah. who presided. She
was followed by an address of wel-
come made by Mrs. Sol Rotfort.
president of the Junior Hadassah.
Mrs. Moses Krieger, prominent na-
tional Hadassah worker, then told
of the impressions of Jewish day at
the World's fair in Chicago. Mr.
Harry I. Lipton reported on the
Zionist congress which he attended
recently in Chicago. He was fol-
lowed by Mr Mark Max. who gave
his personal reminiscences of Dr.
Herzl. and then Harry Simonhoff.
president ol the local Zionist dis-
trict, made an appeal lor the pay-
ment ol dues by local Zionist mem-
bers, Because of the radio address
of President Roosevelt the meeting
was then adjourned. Refreshments
were served with Mrs. Isidor Cohen
presiding at tlie punch bowl. The
meeting was a joint affair held un-
der the auspices of the local Zionist
district. Senior Hadassah and Jun-
ior Hadassah.
German Relief
Fund Nears
$1,000,000 Mark
tinue to and including FFriday. At
the daily luncheoas brief talks will
be given and reports of the cam-
paign will be received.
New York. The S2.000.000.000
fund sought by the German reliei
campaign of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Campaign of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee approached the half-
way mark, with the announcement
by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, chairman
of the national fund raising effort
that S915.000.00 has been raised
throughout the United States and
Canada for aid to the German Jews.
Of this total $413,000 has been se-
cured in New York city which has
assumed a quota of $1,000,000. The
remainder of thus large sum has
been raised by contributions made by
Jews throughout the country, their
previous contributions being aug-
mented by subscriptions of $165,000
received during the past week.
The funds raised to date. Rabbi
Wise pointed out. came from cam-
paigns that have been conducted
and are still being conducted in
three hundred and twelve cities in
forty states of the Union and also
from a number of drives held in
Canada, in the Republic of Panama
and Honolulu. Additional cam-
paigns are now being held in over
fifty other communities, he added.
Rabbi Wise has issued an urgent
appeal to Jewish leaders throughout
the country to intensify their efforts
to complete the $2,000,000 fund.
From reports that are being received
at the national headquarters of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee at 7 Hanover st.. he em-
phasized that conditions among the
Jews in Germany are getting worse
and worse. New decrees are being
issued, he announced, that are
throwing larger numbers of Jews
out of employment and making it
exceedingly difficult for an ever in-
creasing number of breadwinners to
earn a livelihood. The Jews in Ger-
many, he pointed out. are looking
to their co-religionists throughout
the world, especially in the United
States to come to their aid in the
worst crisis that has befallen the
Jewish people.
He announced that drives are also
being launched in western Pennsyl-
vania, northern Ohio and West Vir-
ginia. Following a conference, closed
last week in Pittsburgh, to which
leaders from the three states were
present, a program for seeking funds
for the aid of the destitute Jews m
Germany was adopted. A general
appeal has gone out from the con-
ference to the Jews in these three
stat.'.s which reads in part:
There can be no difference of
opinion as to the extent of this
dreadful calamity which lias been
visited upon the Jews in Germany.
The official decrees of the German
government have deprived Jewish
professional men and women ol the
right to pursue their professions;
they have made a impossible for
Jewish citizens to serve in any gov-
ernmental offices; they have driven
thousands Of Jews from employ-
ment in industrial and mercantile
establishments; they have denied to
Jewish students the right to equip
themselves lor their chosen work in
life; they have humiliated Jewish
children in "the public schools: they
have treated Jewish property as be-
yond the protection of the law; they
have driven a self-supporting peo-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. July 28. 1933.
Miss Irene Fair, who Btb
Che Worlds fair In Chii a
senting Mark's .-tore, will return
Miami sometime tomorrow, follow-
Ing which she will givi B .-
radii n the World fail
Mi and Mr It Lear are re-
ceiving ilai
: a baby boy at th> n Me-
morial hospital Mrs Leai
; Zenia i'..^:: I thi
Mother and baby are doing :..
Mi Idman an I I
. oed to Miami laSI -
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The .
f the Ladii
.1:1.. ish On
it thi estry 1 mi I 1
Sj nag< i ii lasi rues
1
of the c< I
[da Bucks'
Mr 1 I- Mints t sail* d la 1 I 1

tun Miami In al
: Mrs Max Mintzi r left
where

An important meel the La-
iliary of Uie Miami J
:. d
:
Vug. 1, beginning at 8 p m.
nd
1
held at the O
enin \ 1st I
, DR. U. ALTON SCHUBERT '
CHIROPRACTOR
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WORTHMOR
ICE CREAM
Lara* anortaaanl i aeleri from.
203 Ave. Aragon, ( oral Gables
lor council of Jewish wo-
mi : a dance the finals of the
will be held and the winners
will b' awarded prize: Miss Betty
hairman of the ar-
ia:.-' mi ni : Ittee and -
being by Lee Ka
Mary Ann Kamlns, Daisy t
rie Predlnger and Mrs
fman. In addition to the usual
. entertainment fea-
iiave been provldi
tint : thi lunioi
i mcil : Ji la m
:.iid at thi h >rw I
.: si 11 Myei m T u
itti nd
An ::.; i tani ol the Ml-
. :. On hod *
ni -'
ind all
attend Plans
ii.. -..- will
tpi
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;::..:. M ... Jew-
Fh On Ith Mr
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thi ii':z mi morii
Miami Ci
I Mi nda; nighi im luded Mi .
Lena ''' M Brill.
: La .-.-. Miss 1'.' adj
enblank Miss Sylvia Miles, Miss
Essie 1 1 Raj -
'.: '. 1 da Ci omi 1 Mi
Mi Ha Mai k and
< mer.
1 : Bl h
Betl David dam e comml

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B David ralmud
funds
Imud Torah and
will be 25 cents
from
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[1 iargi
insisting ol
Nat Zalka. chairman; Al Quadow
H H Fair. Harry Markowitz, Stan-
C Ml Hal rj Ohphant.
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Sun -Pay
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To Serft Humanity Bitter
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MOO W. Flacler Si.
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LUBRICATION
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ear greased and lubrieated.
We all know this Is the m
best way to prevent trouble
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unnecessary repair bills.
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Mrs Harry Markowitz, Mrs, Louis
Mrs Moms Dulder, and
Mrs. Louis Hayman. A meeting ol
dance committee will be held on
Wedni da; evening, August 2, al
ralmud Torah ol the organiza-
tion.

The nexi meeting ol the junior
commlttei ol Beth David Sisterhood
bo held on Wednesday evening
A igust 30, at the home ol Mrs.
Stanley C Myers. 512 S, W 21sl avi
Mr and Mrs. Nat Blumi,
lined a numb) 1 I the Juvenile
friends ol their daughti 1 1 :hi 1
Ruth m celebration ol her fourth
birthday anniversary Wednesday af-
ternoon ;:. the clubhousi ol thi Hi -
brew Athletic club The rooms wen
decorated in .1 blui .ii.ci white color
1 dining table
hi at II; laden
.. beautiful bii The ehil-
dren enjoyei ami wit h All
K -.:... the donkej game
iven 1 ach ol thi
11 '. \::. those pr<
were Charlotte Blumberg, Ruth B
' nfeld, Betty Lou Hul
la Sami 1 Diana Pa il 11 -
Billy Wilson, Betty Belle
Hi 1 hi Bernard Shenkman, <
Shenkman, Leonard Kahn. Albert
Kahn. Becky and Sonny Hecht.

By resolutions adopted at thi
meeting ol the Hebrew Athletic club
thi fai llltli. ol the organization.
which include shower baths, gym
billiards, etc.. will be Hi
to members 01 the organization be-
ginning August 15 At the tame
meeting Murray Kellman was ap-
pointed chairman of publicity, and
Julius Spector, chairman ol enter-
tainment,

Oilicors ol the girls' division of
thi Hebrew Athletic association will
be elected at the meeting next Tues-
day night at the clubrooms. Plans
for a supper to be given at the Club-
rooms were discussed at the meeting
last Tuesday. Arrangements will be
in charge of Miss Shirley Wallach,
Mi.ss Ida Engler and Miss Mild.'d
Shenkin Plans also were made for
the body beauty class to be conduct-
ed by Mi.ss Peggy Greenwald. and
lor the inaugural dance to be given
on August 6. New members of the
club include Miss Charlotte Davis.
Miss Shirley Rosenthal and Miss
Evelyn Marks.

Joe Mechlow of Miami Beach, left
last week for a trip to Europe ex-
pecting to urn to Miami In ;!i"
early fall.
. .
Mr. and Mrs, I. L. Roscndorf left
Miami to spend a vacation in Hen-
dersonville. N. C. and other Caro-
lina resorts.

Mr ..nd Mrs J. Moss and sons of
We Palm Beach, are spending a
vacation in Miami Beach.

A meeting of the executive board
of the Junior Council of Jewish wo-
men was hold at the home of Mrs.
Flo Merlin last Wednesday evening
when final plans for the third of
B series of summer dances were an-
nounced This will be held on Au-
gust (> at the Osceola Gardens, hav-
ing been postponed because of the
(Milan relict campaign ol the
Joint Distribution Committee Fol-
lowing the business session a social
hour followed

The South Florida open ping pong
tournament sponsored by the He-
brew Athletic club will begin Tues-
day evening, August 31, at the Com-
munity Center of the club. About
35 entries have been received by
Ralph Grossman, director of ath-
li til
*
Mrs Jack Pallott entertained a
number of the juvenile friends Ol
her daughter. Sonya Belle, last
week in celebration of her second
birthday anniversary The young; -
sters were taken to Miami Beach.
where after they had been taken
swimming, were served Ice I ream,
\riull Itc
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H.n Office
""" open.- 6:30
p.m. Sunday
Sunday-Monday. July 30-31
"Rasputin and the
Empress"
John-Ethel-Lionel Barrymore
Added Charlie Chaplin Comedy
cake and other dainties and then
enjoyed a number cf games. A huge
birthday cake was cut by the cell
brant and divided among the guests
who also receieved individual fa-
vors. About 30 children attended.
ARE WE t.....,
faith with those who trust us. are
( living Up to our obligations it
wc risk their future happiness by
ignoring the problems th.it would
arise for them it. sonic day, we
did not come home?
Life insurance offers the safe
and certain answer. There is no
substitute.
A Southern Health & Life In-
surance Polic) on each one is ne-
cessary to protect the others from
the privation and expense caused
by the last illness and death.
A few pennies each week is the
total cost.
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Friday, July 28. 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
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P. ii. Boi 2973
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KDWARD i Aid.IN. Advcrtlalni Managci
I id. I) K. miiii hit. < in alation Manwei
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
.ill.-r July 4
t thi !' < iffirc a1 M iami, I* lorida
il. Acl of March S, IH79.
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Representath
Month Year Bl ISI RIP1 InN
Hi DAI .11 I.Y 88, 1933.
Vol G No 30,
$1,110
12.01
Al Smith Advice
To Harvard
Al Smith, formi i nor of
\i w York, awarded the honorary
ol i ii ctor ol i av bj Har-
vard University, offered adi
young gradual
Intermingling wit with serious
thought, America's mosl Inti i
ii ian laid down three rules to
"insure a safe return to democratic,
entatlve constitutional gov-
i rnment." He urged rule by the ma-
jority and adherence to the Consti-
tution, and his third rule declared:
Lei Harvard and the univer l-
iir.s of America keep the doors
and gates open, without reference
ii race, crei d, or religion; to every
young man. to every ambitious
man. who pledges lo
lo thai Constitution and to the
ol our country, and ii makes
liffi rencc whal happens the
United StaU s k bound to be
afe,'
it required an Al Smith to de-
ln b tew briel and simple
the evils winch rule Amer-
ican life today, rhere was ood
reason lor counseling again
and religious prejudice because nich
j has already become inject-
ed m university life in this country.
II i- threatening every phase ol our
political and social life, and hai al
ready caused serious dam
Jews economically. 1 he very foun-
dation of American principles Is
thus injured, and only it the ad-
vice ol Doctor Al .smith will be fol-
lowed will a sensible remedy b. ap-
plied tor the threatened evil De-
troit Jewish Chronicle.
Sam sitting as Judge,
H.: "Your Honor. I do not admit
everything that has been said
;ainsl me."
U. S.: "Well, Mr. H.. the record is
clear. We have had witnesses to
the highest Integrity who have tcs-
tlfled to no' only whal thej aw
Dm whal yon and your associates
have bei n saying for aboul thirteen
yean Further, you would deny
here what you have boasted about
.ind pul Into effect, and which you
COldly and meiei-
essly.
II.: Admitting that your Honor, il
is all Justifiable. The Jews, like
Catholics, free masons, communists
and socialists have no feelings for
the nation In which they live on the
one hand and exploit II on the other,
i hi hi tory ol (lermanj
thai contrary, in war as in
pi aci served their coun-
1th distinction and brought In-
ional presl ige to it. .Scholars.
i rltei en ntists, physi-
arlists, musicians, financiers
.mi what not, all excelled In theii
hosen walks.
thai youi Honor,
::: bi liel that thi
i.ad tOO many people ol distl
- might nol in -
n adi .i ol in i In mj
.: Since you come to this
."i hi tice ii i- relevant to
ou .ii. H.. that we in Ann r-
.i.i in common wiih other democ-
ai i.i tin west, do not belli vi In
nsliip winch degrade i tin
to subjects on liie one hand.
ambitious indl-
.i ii m the other,
i. Admitting that, your Honor,
do nol forget that I n present a
;. ition. all oi whose people
11 bi hind mi 100 per cent. And
each sovereign nation should be al-
lowed to hape Its own affairs and
work OUl Its own destiny.
t s.: i have tried to exercise the
udgment, patience and fairness
that becomes every high judicial
tribunal, but when i tell you that
the facts you offer are repugnant
,o the conscience and law oi this
court, you tell me you are the head
ni a smeii Ign nation, There is only
n wer to that, Mr. H.: If you
ling in do nhat you wain and
hal io which we are accus-
tomed, you have simply talked yotir-
, ol court, AND THE ("ASK
IS DISMISSED.
i. is is the polite but decisive an-
: the American people to Hit-
ontinued appeal in Justice on
thi "in hand and demeanor of ar-
H, ranee on the other. Until he can
with decency, he can only
expect a rebuking isolation. Sol
man in Emanu-El Magazine.
Case Dismissed
Without your Judgment, Amer-
ica! This is the latest petition that
Chancellor Hitler presents to the
tribunal ol the American people, He
makes the pel il ion because 11 is nol
only convenient, but necessary that
he have the friendship ol this coun-
trj m commerce and politics.
One does nol ni ed the experience
ol a judge, lawyer or juror to know
that he who seeks the help ol a tri-
bunal, must appeal to the law and
a in e oi that tribunal, in a
manner befitting its authority and
dignity. Imagine Hitler, the peti-
tioner, before the Court and Uncle
German Relief Fund
(Continued from page one)
pie to poverty and helplessness.
".Surely the Jews ol America
and even thi se nol ol our faith who
believe in man's inalienable light to
life, liberty and the pursuit ol hap-
Will not stand by without
offering these suffering persons at
.me of the things that make
mtinued existence food, cloth-
ip for the sick and aged, edu-
cation for the young and opportun-
g in. h Btarl in other lands
for those who are forced to leave
the country ol their affiliation. The
day for mere sympathetic utterances
is pasi; the time for generous and
whole-hearted action Is al hand.
"Thi n lore, let US resolve that, in-
solar as In our power lies, we will
help this afflicted people m this
dark hour ol their distress and that
we call upon our Jewish brethren
throughout this land of freedom and
opportunity, and particularly those
ol western Pennsylvania, to enlist in
cooperation with the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Committee in
responding to this great and urgent
call of humanity. Let us give Wil-
lingly and generously; let us feed
the hungry, clothe the naked and
Dime, light and hope into the lives
Of those who are SO surely tried; lei
us humbly pledge ourselves, before
the Mi rclful Master ol the Universe,
to help tins great group ol His chil-
dren who i annol now help them-
selves."
in New Rocnell leading Je
that community met last week to
carry on a canvass for funds among
the Jews ol that City. Joseph C.
Hyman, secretary ol the Ann rti an
Jewish Joint Distribution Commit -
ive a piciuie oi the situation
ii the Jews m Oermany and also
outlined the work that Is going lo
oe done in that country with funds
. al i (I hi l-C and elsewhere. In his
iddn ... he said:
One hundred thousand Jews in
iiiy today are already without
means ol support. Among them men
oi outstanding professional attain-
ment lawyers, physicians, dentist;
no longer permitted to prai -
ice; dismissed civil servants, dls-
i d employes, and woi'kmi II
without jobs. In addition 80.00U
li ... Horn Poland, Roumania and
other lands who settled in German}
nice the war, find themselves In
traits. Thousands oi these peo-
ple face the prospect ol dlsenfran-
inent. Many will be driven to
their native lands. Thousand ol
children at the beginning ol thi
i hool yeai will find the door
oi these institutions shut to them.
Throughout the entire structure oi
German lives In business, science,
the letters, the theatre Jews are
being systematically and with de-
liberate planning, uprooted.
in England, France, Switzerland,
Holland, Czecho-Slovakia, Denmark.
ill the Saar Valley, and elsewhere.
i from Oermany have fled,
and the local committee ol assist-
ance are having a very difficult task
in meeting some ol the new prob-
lems that have arisen not only in
providing food and shelter, but even
more so In finding employment for
these refugees. Although new ac-
counts are less frequent than here-
tofore, the condition ol the dis-
placed and declassed Jewish popula-
tion within Oermany is steadily and
rapidly becoming worse. Bj Octo-
ber 1 the slender means ol those
who still have savings and the abil-
ity ol the Jewish reliel committees
and communities to extend aid, will
have been largely exhausted.
"The Jewish people oi Germany
are bearing up with a fortitude that
challenges universal admiration
With their backs to the wall, they
are planning at least to provide
schooling for their children, manual
and vocational training for the
younger men and women and are
trying to maintain their welfare In-
stitutions. They are studying im-
migration and harassed bj unem-
ployment, it is to be feared thai the
lot oi the great mass ol German
jews will have to be In Oermany
itself and It is there that the greater
part ol their problem will have to
be solved with aid and sympathj
and such counsel as we can bine;
lo bear."
TiiC
GUMB
Refugee Insull has beco..... direc-
tor ol a large Athenian bank
sibly on a theory that the hi
metropoll ni ed omi I hing new In
i inn.
When men waller i wen dl i
with by his Washin Mi
Olass burned until h i vitor
hired. You could have fried
an egg on i he gri al Virginian,
Chicago bakers had a swell idea
for helping the people who eat
bi! ad They raised the price but
at the same tune they reduced the
weight, so that the people don't get
so tired carrying it."
She had a heart like a recruiting
Office; it was open to any man be-
tween 21 and 45.
Future plan ol Chlca
bands, Ju il awai di d ..
announced, bill we up,.
loll around apartments and b
on chocolate i and dru
.Hid wa nol only
weal;hy, bin i xl n mi Ij > hai
He gavi
poor or ,. peopli Mam
prol lonal chnorn
Al one time, hi
Ii Ii inunej
ol the loan i it did
nol i bai k lo him; and he had
Il 10 bl tOtt on hi :. I lend.,
lie ii ,,
scluioiii r, win, v.,i i with
a mailer allowance than u
"And 1 i, ai'
;. Baron added. "Mj son : .
.;iili hi
'
i,' i.
"Wha
"You an oui son to tin
Wiih neighbor's flowers across the
i pray God blesi mj neighbor's
blooms
Ai.d granl her true siiei I
E hop ha been to me
.v i. I ippini
May bli pour like si:
rain!
Shop is. loo. my
,i which will be welched
v ni: i. by senntii!i
in Hollywood,
Calif. Dr.' rci .i ii :i 1]
' d mania I
11 h> 21, Coin:; al 'hai rate, thi
ntly will all gel <\v.
. inuing, in the com i .
time mi t ill be di. I
than have ever been married. [I
difficult, mathematically, but
nothing is Impossible to people ol
minal Ion. I
:.' Ill that Hollywood men and WO-
I,. ion for can do it.
.\ ports ii" Ii all Carnei
inpion than a favored child ol
. Nature, il 11 mi. gave toe
ind,
No man Ls ever as dangerous as
he thinks some woman thinks he is.
You tell me you
You aj you 1 losing
your pep. You inti r-
i si in the things that inten
neration. you an
lied to no to bed ea: Ij.
you may.
Ah, friend, you aren't getting old.
: fOU'l
ing up, simply b iture, aftei
H has worked ol Ir.nice and
done a lot ol tool 1, :.
oi settling down and acl
to work.
(ild! And you're on
heavens, man! Dr. Ji
commence his dictionary until he
was thirty-nine. "1
the greatest work ol VI
was written after Its author had
pa d hi in'. Carlyle
WO when he
French Revolui ii antes wrote
"Don Quixote' al the age ol
.1 wa til i.
wrote "Paradisi I
And you feel
cause you're fortj' For shami
best yi a' -d ol
you. That sanity and vision which
ii mi only throu ;h expi
suffering are youi s. Y<
. the hand Ol a haltini ama-
teur, but that of a
Your brain Is J mil to h:i
Its stride. You are old In minutes,
months, mayhap, bin '. iung
and virile and sun in the
knowledge and poise thai
only ol ha\ ing llv< d! Ji romc P.
Fleishman In McCormlck 1
Magazine,
hint It is less p i.n-
ful, ii having a rubber bathln
. /ed. io remove it from the
cha-. .
; no I Imi to 11 : ich quick."
- General
Johnson. He's telling
earth II i ei n from a dis-
tance out in the in a a blue
planet, says a professor al Lowell
atoi5 Sa i from hereabouts
in the last month or so, we are hap-
i falnl in e-colored
around the ed [I
control o
an animal trainer, is to
bl e it. I always like lo skin the
animal first, though, as the hide Is
lorn anj mosquitoes
in a room when l here :- a bowl ol
tati .. Baltimore Investi-
In't know about that.
di m there, either.
A Flower Shop my neighbor
Is rich m fragrant lore.
And so. I pause beside her ware-.
And linger at her door;
Because I love her bio soms
I find my life is more com"
The Mower Shop my nei'lib keeps
Gives color most divine!
And a- I gaZ6 upon Its we.I'll)
Within this heart ol mine
The buds ol cheer take root each
day
We missed our favorite depression
apple vendor the other
He wa back again today.
"Where were you?" we asked.
"Sick
"No," he replied. "I was down in
ins: aboui my new
S code."
n camps cer-
tainly give a boy a -well training in
..' is studying to be a caddy
I he day I he Elks play their golf
tournament.
The situation has changed so
much since beer came back that it
:.- now a common thing for a man
beai u]i in a speakeasy for
refusin '" I PAY after he has be-
come a nuisance.
a Frenchman has found a cure
for easickness. You tic an electric
over your medulla oblongata
Another coed way is to back your
Into an o'.d fashioned iron
way io forget the faults ol
member your own.
Laughter IS the sound a man
When his hat blows off.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, July 28. 193.'i
!\
Kairtfl %nafl00 IttUrtta
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEJ
" Jer and Director, Radio Synanog of Amei c
% Si NDA, Mornings WIOD, Miami
* \| ii. SUNDAY, M iv .'.:. 1933.
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"Ordination and Co-ordination"
Scripture Reading, Numbers, ( haptera XXVII, verses 15-23.
1\ i hi-: SCRIPTURE reading wi find the procedure for ordlrra
which the dlctionarj defines as "the coi ferrin ol holy orders: the
appointment to the ministry or priesthood." Ordination, from Its I
means to set in 01 irrange In order Lately, from
ni oiuces we have heard much about co-ordination,
mean forking together or functioning in harmony."
Betwi lastic term, "ordination." and the governmental
then bond. In recent years I have read
:. tin press about merger; bi ligious orgai
m ii., i ranks Manj Proti stant
seen fit to and they
,: in i ommon to the end thai the bat -
down and the adhi renti ol these
o meet on common ground to worship their com-
her The religious and lay leaders who were instrument
ed men. in whom "thi piril
ivas rhi virtue ol their ordination brought aboul
In the rank ol 1st ai place Thi
branded a clannish ai d i : ni" '
dly, trui Wi itiiin and Mls-
li conservative, and reform con Jewish 8
sidim. W nazlm and S'fardim. and we
. Jews who attend Christl i nice- and claim ti be J<
: r noh Ne v. ar daj whi thei
ted nci synagogue during the entire year, they ought I i bt
their pla i
\ | thi Day '' nemei I mi knows how unprinci-
pled individuals can draw the fine line ol principle In d< licate mat-
ith the m-
the blan i who
: Ulan to mi '
irdination. The thinking
arly how i
hi favoi om fon nothei Upon in-
quiry adhi : nt m en ed
and that all i
l appear to I eplng with
inquiring one doubl
ol its narrowness.
. to i-ord e he is
he spirit he Is pounced upon
nali.sts and is i i undermining the "faith."
h the pet I m r thai
( mi i lod No oi
tin- n displays any interest in thi teaching ol Scripture
Unitj ol God thi wi I God for all His creatures Except
e praci >\ eed tl ne you
' lod as a member ol His household, By what right,
di iny group i i he onlj
.....to i >ui Ci mmon Pal shut?
to New id maps i found thai I
ol .i numbei of i tti which would bi to my
i n route, l
d forth, : "in!; trip. You may
prefi. ifferent citli You
route and in iin end would find yoursell in New
d to our Father, 1 i k yoju
..... Neither do 1
likes
I my path. I maintain thai i
W"i al ilch wi
should !> and we should co-i
terest A Ji wi in Ij havi mm
hould the unnamed youth ix' bewildered] by a
dlvei rvices within the ranks ol so small a pi
of thi isi for these present dif-
1th them, Thej
interested in thi It God They know,' only the
if thi >' ..... nigh unto all them thai call
Him, II upon Him in truth." No form ol worship is pre-
6 upon Him in truth and sincerity and He will reveal
Him you I say that youth knows the word- oi the
the Psalms but every God-conscious
thai this must bi religious expression in Its pure and its
form. All else is painting the lily.
W( Ninth Ol Ab. the anniversary of the de-
remple. The Tempi, was destroyed because then
ii" ci ion Wi faci the disintegration ol our people unless we
adopt measures lor co-oroination Wi are confronted with the deterior-
ation I example of the Protestant
denoi i in united service to God. Too much
ed m a "tug-of-war." instead ot pulling m opposite direc-
tions we should co-ordmate our efforts,
tl I am wrong in mj contention, I want, to be told. If I am right, I
want you to enlist in this cause. Those who have stood m the wi
progress; those who have preferred form to essence must make room for
idi rshlp tiiat Is unselfish and that will bridge the gap instead of
ning it. Anything thai makes enemies ol brother- i.- detrimental to
the genera] welfare Those who faster such enmity are traitors, a min-
ister or priest i.s ordained in the service of God and not in the si
St. Petersburg
Notes
Friday evening services al Con-
gregatlon Bnal Israel, run Ninth st.,
North, will be held at 8 o'clock.
with Rabbi Alexander S Kleinfeld
officiating,
<, ?
Rabbi Alexander 8 Kleinfeld Is
expecting to spend his vacation al
Miami Beach. Fla.. during the early
part ol August.
.
Mrs Ida Mershen and son Aaron.
Mr. and Mrs. David Loebel and
'ci.-. Hetty and Hazel, have
returned to their homes m New
York I having been the
oi Mr Davi Goldman and
family. Thej wish to bid their
many friends good-bye.
*
Mr and Mr- Morn- Hermer, for-
merly Belle Goldman ol this city,
I :: for New York cltj : .
ure and business nip.
Orlando, Fla.
Mrs I! .1 Cohen returned to Or-
lando Friday after spending three
weeks with her parent In Sarai <>t i
Fla.
Mr. .Jesse Rosen lilt Sunday I ';.'
car lor Chicago io loin Mrs. Rosen
and daughter Ruth Esther, Thej
are expected back m a Wei k.
*
Mr. m Levine lefl for Chicago to
visit the World's lair.
Mr, and Mr.- m Safer have as
their guests al their home Mrs. I..
Goldberg and Mr Abe Safer, from
.Jacksonville. Fla
Orlando lod.', \o 1043 final
Brith held their semi-monthly meet-
ing m the vestry moms oi tin
! u da July 25, at n p. m.
n.s to the president ol the
United stales to intercede on be-
half ol German .Jewry and relief
funds were the mam subjects under
discussion,
11 Sholem w:li
hold tiie n Mil,ir li.ii!,ihly meeting
at the Synagogue July :i; at i; p. m.
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Notes.
man Who like- in In ar liim-
i ii talk i- usually the only one who
cares to heat him.
Mr so! Samuels underwent an
operation ... i Wednesday at the II sometimes happens thai
Orange Genera] hospital and at las! man who dub- hi.- lior.se ins castle
:.'ion wa- atlsfai tory ha thi moat in hi
A man'.- head is like In- pocket-
It"; not ;;,' ppcar-
ance but what it coi
counts.
Lefkowitz lett for
lr :.'!' :. I I :. I \ (' lor a month's
."ii
Mrs, Max B who under-
In order 'o ;. n .. ;.,
at tin- Orar i General hospital, Is with a rea
gettin '.ell now and Is ra
1 anything you don't expect,
of a pi
i,c i.- unqualil.
The High Holy Days are approaching, the season when. .
1 ated thi univi I Ii.; ood a nine a- any. to
attempt to co-ordinate thai which al th.....ition, was harmoniou bu
, which ha.- since been shattered bj man's meddling win car
ii a common plane tor worship l stand readj to serve those who
the task ot co-ordination I ask. with the prophet, Havi
v..- not all one lather.' Hath not one (lod created US? i above
ds us I.'' us cast ofl v.,- shai k..
and the bond- .*: dogma .and lei us clothe ourselves with the spun of
Qod-ci loo long have wi reared man and his rule- am
due our God. The timi hen xe n I
wo things; acknowledgi our enslavement to man-madi laws
and our lunidif, 01 ac claim our.' VI :.....I ol the Divine Father
ever read] to receive us. n you are God-conscious you
Will break with the outer form and will commune with the Spirit, II
you are one who ha.- been searching lor a direct means ol communing
with your God, you will seek the company ol those who are like-ml
The cry r- 'Co-ordination." working togethei harmon
Are you with us?
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
l-age Five
PLAYING AT THE
TIYOI.I THEATRE
Miss Mildred Green berg, talented
young pianist, will be heard in a
recital Saturday afternoon. July 29.
over WIOD in the University of Mi-
;uiii program between 4:45 and 5
p. m., when she will play Sonata
in U major, by Haydn. Waltz in B
minor by Chopin, and Prelude in P
minor by Chopin.

Rasputin and the Empress."
Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer's sensational
drama of the fall of the Romanoffs,
with John. Ethel and Lionel Barry-
more together on the screen for the
first time, is the attraction coming
lo the Seventh Avenue theater Sun-
day and Monday.
Based on happenings within the
memory of the present generation.
the picture's episodes present a re-
plica of the most colorCul royal
court in the world.
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press John is cast as Prince Che-
godieff. and Lionel essays the role
of the "Holy Devil" in the sensa-
tional picturization of the downfall
of the Empire and the rise of the
Bolshevik regime.
Richard Boleslavsky. author of
"The Way of a Lancer," and for-
mer director in the Moscow Art The-
ater, directed the spectacle from an
original story by Charles MacAr-
thur. Hundreds appears in the
great throne room scene, the cathe-
dral episode and other incidentals.
Intense dramatic material la rou-
tined in the hypnotizing of the
little prince by Rasputin, in his in-
trigues and orgies and in the ven-
[eance Of the nobles after his tam-
pering has sent the empire on its
way to ruin. Another spectacular
detail is a great review of Russian
troops.
.
Jerrey Reiner will direct exercise I
and physical culture classes at the \
Hebrew Athletic club beginning next !
week and on Saturday afternoon
will organize a wrestling team at
the beach.

Plans for a dance to be sponsored
by the junior chapter of Hadassali
sometime during August will be dis-
cussed at a meeting that will be held
tonight at the home of Mrs. Ruth
Dubbin. Details will be announced
In an early issue.

Mrs. Henry Bulbin left recently to
spend some time in North Carolina
and will return to Miami the latter
part of the summer.

The world of artists and the world
of upper crust society clashes in a
,in in "The Animal Kingdom,"
the Philip Barry play produced by
KKO-Radio and .starring Ann Hard-
ing and Leslie Howard at the Tivoli
theatre Sunday and Monday
The artists call the society folk
fatuous, smug. dull, stuffy, stodgy,
insensate and utterly unable to ex-
perience beauty or wonder. They
even infer that eyes clogged with
gold-dust and fixed on the social
calendar have no gift of poetic in-
sight.
The blue-bloods counter that the
artists are gaudy, wild, unstable.
laey- -and crazy.
The artists are portrayed by Ann
Harding. Leslie Howard. Len Sten-
gel and Donald Dilloway. The blue-
bloods are played by Myrna Loy.
Neil Hamilton, Ilka Chase and Hen-
; ry Stephenson. Somewhere in be-
tween the two strata is William
Gargan as a pugilist-butler.
However. Philip Barry seems to
convey in "The Animal Kingdom"
that artists are artists and society
folk are society folkand never the
twain shall meet.
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DO NOT GO HANI) IN HAND
Boys Hying kites, haul in their white
winged birds.
You can't do that way when you're
flying words.
Thoughts unexpressed may some-
times fall back dead.
But God himself can't kill them
when they're said.
WILL CARLETON.
It is an appalling thought that
Mr. Carleton has put into such sim-
ple verse.
Quarreling shows lack of thought
lack of intelligence.
Intelligent people sometimes quar-
rel, but their intelligence is not
working when they do.
The thinking person recognizes
that he. and everyone round him.
is miserable while he is raging and
nagging and wrangling. He knows
that he loses his dignity with his
temper; knows that he says things
tor winch he will pay dearly in re-
morse and regret and respect and
home and position and happiness
and love when he quarrels
The person who thinks, knows
thai he gains in strength of mind
and body by controlling his tongue,
and his temper, even though he feels
that his anger is righteous. His
gain In strength spells gam In pow-
er, in respect, In honor. In friend-
hip. In love and material position
in the world
His thinking tells him that he
annot recall his bitter words. Some-
times the one to whom they were
spoken carries them with him to
the Great Beyond and the quarrel-
some one is left with eternal re-
morse nagging at his soul.
Miserable, undignified, disagreea-
ble, unintelligent, unproductive of
any good resultaltogether unprofi-
tablethis habit of quarreling, is
the decision of people who think.
in New Jersey after having spent
some time here as the guests of
their sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Simons.
.
Richard Sneider. the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Sneider of this city,
was Bar Mitzva at the services of
Beth El congregation last Saturday
morning. Richard delivered his Bar
Mitzva talk and recited the Haftoro.
Sunday evening the parents enter-
tained at a reception in their home
lor friends and members of the con-
gregation.

Herbert Kerman is spending the
summer at a camp In Eagle River.
Wis.
Miss Rosabelle Scher left Saturday
lo attend the World's fair in Chi-
cago and the national convention
of Delta Phi Epsilon.
t
The Friendship club held its regu-
lar bridge meeting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss. Prizes
for high score were won by Mrs.
Harry Greenblatt. Mrs. Joe Moss.
Delicious refreshments were served.
Mrs. Max Moss is spending the
summer at Durham. N. C.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Aaron and son
David of Belle Glade, left for New-
York city.
Mrs. Leon Gruner is in New York
visiting relatives and friends.
o *
Miss Nettie Dunn of Belle Glade,
returned home Tuesday after being
away for a month.
Mrs. Morris Moss was hostess at
a benefit card party at the Monterey
hotel for Congregation Beth El last
Sunday night. Pizes for high scores
were awarded to Mrs. B. Ryder. Mrs.
Tom Smith and Mrs. Morris Moss.
An ice cou.se was served during the
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The Misses Jennie and Matilda
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. July 28, 1933.
Dear Pat:
Hands! Hands I Hands! Moving up
and down again. Pardon the out-
burst but as you probably sec hands
are the currenl topic this week, i
didn't realize that hands played
such an Important part In our daily
life when you stop to think about it.
there is hardly a time when our
hands are not on display ready to
make or break us.
I went to a bridge party last
night and alter seeing all the well-
groomed hands I decided that it was
time that I did something about my
poor work-roughened hands. Since
then Rita has been enlightening me
on the subject of hands. But, be-
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lore I go any further on the subject,
I must tell you the latest.
I heard that Bill has quarreled
with the charming Misa Harley and
so he's on his own again. I kind of
casually mentioned to Rita that it
was time 1 was on my way home
but she says that .she isn't through
with me yet and there really Isn't
any sense ol going home hall or
three-quarters beautified.
So now we have to do something
with those little paws oi mint so
they'll lx- solt and lovely lor a cer-
tain parly to have and to hold'
it that certain party Still cares to.
The weekly manicure is absolute-
|j essential whither you have it
done at a beaut] shop or do 11 your-
self. Most ol US have our hands in
.mo out ol water all day long, which
naturally lakes the natural oils out
ol the hands and leaves them dry
and wrinkled. The remedy for this
I a good hand lotion to be used
alter youve had your hands in wa-
ter. You can make your own from
equal parts ol glycerin and rose wa-
ter at a very small cost
It your hands are really up ioi
some actual repbirs, then here's
something that will do the work:
Try soaking them in hot oil at
night and then leaving a thin coat-
ing 01 the oil on overnight, cover-
ing your hands with a pair ot loose
cotton gloves. Don't forget to dip
hose poor neglected elbows In the
hot oil bath tooit will do won-
ders lor them.
Have you ever tried making a
mixture of a cupful of yellow corn-
meal and then adding enough equal
parts ol rose water and glycerin to
make a paste? You rub it on your
hands and elbows and let it dry on.
Wash it oil when it gets drj and
you won't recognize your hands
they'll look so nice.
The best thing In the world for
your hands Is just to protect them
from added wear and tear. Wear
gloves when you work in the garden
gloves when you do the house-
work rubber gloves for washing
dishes, and so on. Yes. old pal.
gloves are the answer to a maiden's
prayer. Protect those hands be-
cause they certainly can betray one
and they'll be with you for a long,
long tune to come.
Don't know just how long I'll be
here, but I imagine close to another
month. Write real soon and let me
know 11 you've tried any of my sug-
. illS
Yours for lovelier hands.
JOAN.
upon our definition of justice. Evi-
dently it represents a balanced state
ol soul, guilt being placed on one
scale and expiation on the other,
or the crime on one and the pun-
ishment on the other; or suffering
! on one side and on the other relief
oi suffering. Beside.-, the suffering
or the guilt may be mine or my
fellow man's, .so that my participa-
tion in the amending of it might
be direct or indirect: that would de-
termine the nature ol the case, the
Judgment and the pain caused by
e oi adjustment, to which one
can never become reconciled, In
any case the question is one of the
yardsticks used, and connected with
the inner composition ol the indi-
vidual, his feeling for the world and
for God. his confidence m the Immi-
nent order oi things. It is depend-
ent on the light in which one sees
matters! our life Is blessed with
or condemned to darkness ac-
cording in the conviction we reach
1 mpirically, from personal or extra
personal experience concerning
that spiritual quality which we call
Hist ice. The standard of justice em-
ployed in any communitybe It the
I state or the family or humanity as
a wholedetermines the sum total
ol the joy. inspiration, willingness,
service and comfort, of all the hap-
piness, m short, which that com-
munity Is capable of producing. In
.his way my friend agreed with me?
Very well.
None can deny that justicenot
merely as an abstract idea, as the
incarnation of deity, but as a moral
command of supremely violent urg-
ency constitutes the moral and leg-
islative, political and religious fun-
dament of Judaism. Can sixty gen-
erations delete this mark so deeply
branded on the heart and soul of a
people? I think not. And is it not
logical to suppose that such a com-
mand, littered in hoary antiuity
such an Idea, operating in the dawn
of history -grew out of a long mem-
ory of suffering, a tortured path <
suffering? More than the result of
pa.st suffering, it represented a spir-
itual bulwark against pre-sensed
future agonies beyond which stood
he who would deliver them from all
wrong, the great equalizer who
would bring them compensation
the Messiah.
I asked my friend to follow me
through the last twenty centuries Ol
Jewish history. Or we could con-
sider only ten, the last ten; that
would be enough. It is a road of
sorrow and tears unparalleled since
human deeds and sufferings have
been recorded. People forget this.
The Road Of
Sorrow and Tears
An Imaginary Conversation With a
Christian Friend.
erase it from their minds. How-
else could they continue to live? The
individual wants no share in the
misdeeds of his contemporaries, nor
posterity In those of its ancestors.
Whether a hundred or a thousand
thousand or thrice a hundred thou-
sand men perished at the stake or
at the hands of murders instead of
dying in their beds of old age. may.
possibly, make no difference five
centuries later, or even twenty years
later. Some derive coinlort from
the consideration that mankind Is
beyond all cure and help. Yet ev-
ery occurrence is preserved in the
group and tribal memory and con-
stitutes the experiential nucleus oi
history and mythology.
To tins constant confrontation
with the past the Jews were more
exposed than any other nation, for
their entire spiritual life has always
had its sphere in the region be-
tween law and legend. Now picture
yourself these centuries of accumu-
lated criminal fury, ruthless mas-
sacre, spiritual and bodily ravish-
ment, malicious slander, systematic
blood-baiting mitigated by no scru-
ples whatsoever, fanatical persecu-
tion to the point of utter exhaus-
tion of the victims, orgies of greed
and cruelty under the cloak of reli-
gion and with the ulterior motive ol
removal of business competition,
truly, only a dullard can live on
without realizing that this Christian
Europe represents a shambles drip-
ping with human blood. Of expia-
tion and compensation, however,
there is not and never was any sign:
the miserable alms granted in a
brief period of humanization are too
insignificant for consideration. The
fathomless hatred has never ceased
to smoulder the Jew drew a deep
breath whenever it did not actually
scorch him. The means of perse-
cution have become more refined
The charges no longer cite well-
poisoning and the crucifixion of the
savior but go much farther; they
undermine life itself, human and
civil rights as such and. when they
carry matter to Its logical conclu-
sion, extend the anathema to the
person of the savior himself. They
are brought forward in the exulta-
tion of military victory; they are
brought forward when a war is lost,
for some one must bear the guilt
and who can bear it better than the
Jew?
The transgressions of individuals
are Interpreted as indicating the de-
generation of the group; their an-
archistic stand, which goes back to
their exclusion from the law; their
consanguinity and solidarity, which
go back to the social barbed wire
that bars them off; their preponder-
ant commercial and mercantile j.
t crests, which go back to the centu-
ries ol prohibitions and special
measures that permitted them to act
only as money-lenders and a
hankers of princes; their intellec-
uallsm, which is the fruit of a thou-
sand-year-old pressure, of their to-
la! spiritual isolation among the na-
tions, their sole salvation having
lain In meditating upon the mi an.
Inglessness of life while
death; their conspicuousncss. their
industry and shrewdness and that
radicalism, translated into action by
their ancient fear and desperation,
which runs the gamut from
impudence and insubordination to
the destruction of the existn
dei-; then- alleged physical coward-
Ice, which, where it is notarial
fear and trembling branded into
their hearts by the experience ol
centuries, represents nothing more
nor less than a libelous expre loo
of the fact that the Jew shuns vio-
lence; and. finally, their inability
to become assimilated in a larger
community as if an opportunity
for this had ever been offered them
sincerely, without intent to humili-
ate them and without ignominious
stipulations. 'Even in Napoleon's ne-
gotiations with the French Sanhed-
rin the reluctant Emancipation
Edict was motivated only by greed
for power and ill-concealed self-in-
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Indubitably, said my friend, the
work of every outstanding author
can be viewed as centering about
one dominant idea, in my ca
dominant idea i.s that ol justice He
even suspected that my early pas-
sion for Don Quixote was symptom-
atic Of this. And. he added, that
Immediately suggested the qui
Of what influence the Bible, the Old
Testament, had had on me. Of
Course he could not know, and I
probably would not be able to saj
either, to what extent COnsdOU CO
nizance of events and demonstrable
experience or inherent tendencies
had determined that attitude toward
'life and that spiritual aspiration,
I He concluded with the hope that 1
would not resent his ardent insist-
ence.
That would take us far afield. I
had to tell him. so far that I was
afraid of exhausting his patience. To
begin with we would have to agree
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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, July 28. 193.'i !\ Kairtfl %nafl00 IttUrtta Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEJ "£ Jer and Director, Radio Synanog of Amei c % Si NDA MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI \„| ii. SUNDAY, M iv .'.:. 1933. ....;. .•. .•. .•. .•. .•..-. .•..;..;..;..;..;. •:• •:• •:• •;• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •: %  •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •"••• ••• •:• •:• •:• T FLORIDA •:• No. IS | % %  %  •;• %  : % %  : % %  : % %  : % %  :• %  : %  "Ordination and Co-ordination" Scripture Reading, Numbers, ( haptera XXVII, verses 15-23. 1 \ i HI-: SCRIPTURE reading wi find the procedure for ordlrra which the dlctionarj defines as "the coi ferrin ol holy orders: the appointment to the ministry or priesthood." Ordination, from Its I means to set in 01 irrange In order Lately, from ni oiuces we have heard much about co-ordination, mean forking together or functioning in harmony." Betwi lastic term, "ordination." and the governmental then bond. In recent years I have read :. tin press about merger; bi ligious orgai m ii., i ranks Manj Proti stant seen fit to and they ,: in i ommon to the end thai the bat %  down and the adhi renti ol these o meet on common ground to worship their comher The religious and lay leaders who were instrument ed men. in whom "thi piril ivas rhi %  virtue ol their ordination brought aboul In the rank ol 1st ai place Thi branded a clannish ai d i %  : ni '• dly, trui Wi itiiin and Mlsli conservative, and reform con Jewish 8 sidim. W %  nazlm and S'fardim. and we Jews who attend Christl i •niceand claim ti be J< : R noh Ne v. ar • daj whi thei ted nci synagogue during the entire year, they ought I i bt their pla i \ | thi Day '•' nemei I mi knows how unprincipled individuals can draw the fine line ol principle In d< licate matith the m%  the blan i %  who : Ulan to mi %  • %  irdination. The thinking arly how i hi favoi om fon nothei Upon inquiry adhi : %  nt m en ed and that all i l appear to I eplng with inquiring one doubl ol its narrowness. to i-ord e he is • he spirit he Is pounced upon nali.sts and is i i undermining the "faith." %  h the pet I m r thai %  ( mi i lod No oi tinn displays any interest in thi teaching ol Scripture Unitj ol God thi wi I God for all His creatures Except e praci >\ eed tl ne you lod as a member ol His household, By what right, di • iny group i i he onlj to i >ui Ci mmon Pal shut? to New id maps i found thai I ol .i numbei of i tti which would bi to my i n route, l d forth, : "in!; trip. You may prefi. ifferent citli You route and in iin end would find yoursell in New %  d to our Father, 1 i k yoju % %  Neither do 1 likes I my path. I maintain thai i W"i al ilch wi should !> and we should co-i terest A Ji wi in Ij havi mm hould the unnamed youth ix' bewildered] by a dlvei rvices within the ranks ol so small a pi of thi isi for these present dif1th them, Thej interested in thi It God They know,' only the if thi >' nigh unto all them thai call Him, II upon Him in truth." No form ol worship is pre6 upon Him in truth and sincerity and He will reveal Him you I say that youth knows the wordoi the the Psalms but every God-conscious thai this must bi religious expression in Its pure and its form. All else is painting the lily. W( Ninth Ol Ab. the anniversary of the deremple. The Tempi, was destroyed because then ii" ci ion Wi faci the disintegration ol our people unless we adopt measures lor co-oroination Wi are confronted with the deterioration I example of the Protestant denoi i in united service to God. Too much ed m a "tug-of-war." instead ot pulling m opposite directions we should co-ordmate our efforts, tl I am wrong in mj contention, I want, to be told. If I am right, I want you to enlist in this cause. Those who have stood m the wi progress; those who have preferred form to essence must make room for idi rshlp tiiat Is unselfish and that will bridge the gap instead of ning it. Anything thai makes enemies ol brotheri.detrimental to the genera] welfare Those who faster such enmity are traitors, A minister or priest i.s ordained in the service of God and not in the si St. Petersburg Notes Friday evening services al Congregatlon Bnal Israel, run Ninth st., North, will be held at 8 o'clock. with Rabbi Alexander S Kleinfeld officiating, • <, &f Rabbi Alexander 8 Kleinfeld Is expecting to spend his vacation al Miami Beach. Fla.. during the early part ol August. • Mrs Ida Mershen and son Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. David Loebel and 'ci.-. Hetty and Hazel, have returned to their homes m New York I having been the oi Mr Davi Goldman and family. Thej wish to bid their many friends good-bye. • Mr and MrMornHermer, formerly Belle Goldman ol this city, I :: for New York cltj : ure and business nip. Orlando, Fla. Mrs I! .1 Cohen returned to Orlando Friday after spending three weeks with her parent In Sarai <>t i Fla. Mr. .Jesse Rosen lilt Sunday I %  ;.' car lor Chicago io loin Mrs. Rosen and daughter Ruth Esther, Thej are expected back m a Wei k. Mr. M Levine lefl for Chicago to visit the World's lair. Mr, and Mr.M Safer have as their guests al their home Mrs. I.. Goldberg and Mr Abe Safer, from .Jacksonville. Fla Orlando lod.', \o 1043 final Brith held their semi-monthly meeting m the vestry moms oi tin u da July 25, at n p. m. n.s to the president ol the United stales to intercede on behalf ol German .Jewry and relief funds were the mam subjects under discussion, 1 1 %  Sholem w:li hold tiie n Mil,ir li.ii!,ihly meeting at the Synagogue July :i; at i; p. m. Business to be discussed Is complete rep.ui i tl ; i I L. p GERSON Buyer of all kinds of scrap' 'metal. We sell auto parts. I machinery etc. I Mil V W. SECOND AVENUE I I Keys Made While Vou Wait R. L. (Bob) GARR! Safe. Gun and Look Kvpert I All. WORK GUARANTEED 211 \. E. 13th st. Phone 2-Q7U BEAUTIFY Tin: GRAVE8! (irate Marker* Made i" Order II. Cliff Dresser 1-7 \. W. -'.'ml SI,,,. 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The High Holy Days are approaching, the season when. 1 ated thi univi I % %  Ii.; ood a nine aany. to attempt to co-ordinate thai which al th ition, was harmoniou bu which ha.since been shattered bj man's meddling win car %  ii a common plane tor worship l stand readj to serve those who the task ot co-ordination I ask. with the prophet, Havi v..not all one lather.' Hath not one (lod created US? i above ds us I.' us cast ofl v.,shai k.. and the bond.*: dogma .and lei us clothe ourselves with the spun of Qod-ci • loo long have wi reared man and his ruleam due our God. The timi hen xe n I •wo things; acknowledgi our enslavement to man-madi laws and our lunidif, 01 ac claim our.' VI : I ol the Divine Father • ever read] to receive us. n you are God-conscious you Will break with the outer form and will commune with the Spirit, II you are one who ha.been searching lor a direct means ol communing with your God, you will seek the company ol those who are like-ml The cry r'Co-ordination." working togethei harmon Are you with us? : SKVIiOl.n ARCADE JO N. E. I ir-i Street %  % % % % % % %  BON ION Dry Cleaners w ,• c nil I ,,r iii,,| Deliver i arpeta and Ruse Cleaned ,.r Dyed We Hi, Pleatlni riant and Alain Office: 637 N. W. 5th Ave. Phone I-C71S The Finest and Freshes! Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Everything Choice MRS. A. WALL ::•! and :;;; IIRMER8 CURB MARKET S. W. 2nd Ave. .mil Bridge Phone 3-1181 Delaney & Beers Kodak Plnlahlng and Enlarging i ommercial w „rk and Home Portralti 50% Ofl cu All Amateur Work -iNE. in, Bt. Phone 1 Royal Typewriters N,- £nd l actors Rebvill I'm tallies. si'J.M) io SG0.00 I!. W. THACKER, Local Dealer 218 v B. Ind si. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. July 28, 1933. Dear Pat: Hands! Hands I Hands! Moving up and down again. Pardon the outburst but as you probably sec hands are the currenl topic this week, i didn't realize that hands played such an Important part In our daily life when you stop to think about it. there is hardly a time when our hands are not on display ready to make or break us. I went to a bridge party last night and alter seeing all the wellgroomed hands I decided that it was time that I did something about my poor work-roughened hands. Since then Rita has been enlightening me on the subject of hands. But, beRetread Your Smooth TIRES |"They Can Be Retreaded Like S H 0 E S Are Half|Soled— (Jet the Facts On I low to SAVE MONEY! $ 2.50 UP "Money Back Guarantee" COLUMBIA TIRE CO. IF. W. BELL M. L .BELL Oldest and Largest in Miami 825 N. E. SECOND AVENUE 824 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 151 St Z- St" OLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN Luncheon ^)0< 40* JO* < own i 11 Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators (Jeo. Patterson, Inc. 1 in". lii-cA>niBlvd. Phn< J-I-'.I %  % % % % % % % %  I B WEILBACHER'S %  MAR Kir r ; PRIME MEATS 727 S. W. 6th St. 1227 W. Flatter st. Phone 2-5712 %  %  We Deliver %  %  % % % % % % % % % % %  a lore I go any further on the subject, I must tell you the latest. I heard that Bill has quarreled with the charming Misa Harley and so he's on his own again. I kind of casually mentioned to Rita that it was time 1 was on my way home but she says that .she isn't through with me yet and there really Isn't any sense ol going home hall or three-quarters beautified. So now we have to do something with those little paws oi mint so they'll lxsolt and lovely lor a certain parly to have and to hold'— it that certain party Still cares to. The weekly manicure is absolute|j essential whither you have it done at a beaut] shop or do 11 yourself. Most ol US have our hands in .mo out ol water all day long, which naturally lakes the natural oils out ol the hands and leaves them dry and wrinkled. The remedy for this I a good hand lotion to be used alter youve had your hands in water. You can make your own from equal parts ol glycerin and rose water at a very small cost It your hands are really up ioi some actual repbirs, then here's something that will do the work: Try soaking them in hot oil at night and then leaving a thin coating 01 the oil on overnight, covering your hands with a pair ot loose cotton gloves. Don't forget to dip %  hose poor neglected elbows In the hot oil bath too—it will do wonders lor them. Have you ever tried making a mixture of a cupful of yellow cornmeal and then adding enough equal parts ol rose water and glycerin to make a paste? You rub it on your hands and elbows and let it dry on. Wash it oil when it gets drj and you won't recognize your hands— they'll look so nice. The best thing In the world for your hands Is just to protect them from added wear and tear. Wear gloves when you work in the garden gloves when you do the housework rubber gloves for washing dishes, and so on. Yes. old pal. gloves are the answer to a maiden's prayer. Protect those hands because they certainly can betray one and they'll be with you for a long, long tune to come. Don't know just how long I'll be here, but I imagine close to another month. Write real soon and let me know 11 you've tried any of my sug. illS Yours for lovelier hands. JOAN. upon our definition of justice. Evidently it represents a balanced state ol soul, guilt being placed on one scale and expiation on the other, or the crime on one and the punishment on the other; or suffering on one side and on the other relief oi suffering. Beside.-, the suffering or the guilt may be mine or my fellow man's, .so that my participation in the amending of it might be direct or indirect: that would determine the nature ol the case, the Judgment and the pain caused by e oi adjustment, to which one can never become reconciled, In any case the question is one of the yardsticks used, and connected with the inner composition ol the individual, his feeling for the world and for God. his confidence m the Imminent order oi things. It is dependent on the light in which one sees matters! our life Is blessed with or condemned to darkness according in the conviction we reach 1 mpirically, from personal or extra personal experience — concerning that spiritual quality which we call Hist ice. The standard of justice employed in any community—be It the I state or the family or humanity as a whole—determines the sum total ol the joy. inspiration, willingness, service and comfort, of all the happiness, m short, which that community Is capable of producing. In .his way my friend agreed with me? Very well. None can deny that justice—not merely as an abstract idea, as the incarnation of deity, but as a moral command of supremely violent urgency constitutes the moral and legislative, political and religious fundament of Judaism. Can sixty generations delete this mark so deeply branded on the heart and soul of a people? I think not. And is it not logical to suppose that such a command, littered in hoary antiuity such an Idea, operating in the dawn of history -grew out of a long memory of suffering, a tortured path < suffering? More than the result of pa.st suffering, it represented a spiritual bulwark against pre-sensed future agonies beyond which stood he who would deliver them from all wrong, the great equalizer who would bring them compensation — the Messiah. I asked my friend to follow me through the last twenty centuries Ol Jewish history. Or we could consider only ten, the last ten; that would be enough. It is a road of sorrow and tears unparalleled since human deeds and sufferings have been recorded. People forget this. The Road Of Sorrow and Tears An Imaginary Conversation With a Christian Friend. erase it from their minds. Howelse could they continue to live? The individual wants no share in the misdeeds of his contemporaries, nor posterity In those of its ancestors. Whether a hundred or a thousand thousand or thrice a hundred thousand men perished at the stake or at the hands of murders instead of dying in their beds of old age. may. possibly, make no difference five centuries later, or even twenty years later. Some derive coinlort from the consideration that mankind Is beyond all cure and help. Yet every occurrence is preserved in the group and tribal memory and constitutes the experiential nucleus oi history and mythology. To tins constant confrontation with the past the Jews were more exposed than any other nation, for their entire spiritual life has always had its sphere in the region between law and legend. Now picture yourself these centuries of accumulated criminal fury, ruthless massacre, spiritual and bodily ravishment, malicious slander, systematic blood-baiting mitigated by no scruples whatsoever, fanatical persecution to the point of utter exhaustion of the victims, orgies of greed and cruelty under the cloak of religion and with the ulterior motive ol removal of business competition, truly, only a dullard can live on without realizing that this Christian Europe represents a shambles dripping with human blood. Of expiation and compensation, however, there is not and never was any sign: the miserable alms granted in a brief period of humanization are too insignificant for consideration. The fathomless hatred has never ceased to smoulder — the Jew drew a deep breath whenever it did not actually scorch him. The means of persecution have become more refined The charges no longer cite wellpoisoning and the crucifixion of the savior but go much farther; they undermine life itself, human and civil rights as such and. when they carry matter to Its logical conclusion, extend the anathema to the person of the savior himself. They are brought forward in the exultation of military victory; they are brought forward when a war is lost, for some one must bear the guilt— and who can bear it better than the Jew? The transgressions of individuals are Interpreted as indicating the degeneration of the group; their anarchistic stand, which goes back to their exclusion from the law; their consanguinity and solidarity, which go back to the social barbed wire that bars them off; their preponderant commercial and mercantile j„. t crests, which go back to the centuries ol prohibitions and special measures that permitted them to act only as money-lenders and a hankers of princes; their intellecuallsm, which is the fruit of a thousand-year-old pressure, of their tola! spiritual isolation among the nations, their sole salvation having lain In meditating upon the mi an. Inglessness of life while death; their conspicuousncss. their industry and shrewdness and that radicalism, translated into action by their ancient fear and desperation, which runs the gamut from impudence and insubordination to the destruction of the existn dei-; thenalleged physical cowardIce, which, where it is notarial fear and trembling branded into their hearts by the experience ol centuries, represents nothing more nor less than a libelous expre loo of the fact that the Jew shuns violence; and. finally, their inability to become assimilated in a larger community — as if an opportunity for this had ever been offered them sincerely, without intent to humiliate them and without ignominious stipulations. 'Even in Napoleon's negotiations with the French Sanhedrin the reluctant Emancipation Edict was motivated only by greed for power and ill-concealed self-interest 1. TO BE CONTINUED. 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 II. BRICE, Manager. 105 N. E. First Ave.. MIAMI. FLA. By JACOB WASSEMAN. Indubitably, said my friend, the work of every outstanding author can be viewed as centering about one dominant idea, in my ca dominant idea i.s that ol justice He even suspected that my early passion for Don Quixote was symptomatic Of this. And. he added, that Immediately suggested the qui Of what influence the Bible, the Old Testament, had had on me. Of Course he could not know, and I probably would not be able to saj either, to what extent COnsdOU CO nizance of events and demonstrable experience or inherent tendencies had determined that attitude toward 'life and that spiritual aspiration, I He concluded with the hope that 1 would not resent his ardent insistence. That would take us far afield. I had to tell him. so far that I was afraid of exhausting his patience. To begin with we would have to agree CONFIDENCE IS IMPORTANT PATRIOTISM NOW! Inspired by the sound business policy enunciated in the appeal of Pres. Roosevelt The Management of Piggly Wiggly Stores Announees a 10% Increase In Salary Effective Immediately The increase in business at Piggly Wiggly Stores during recent months manifest? our customers* endorsement of our never-varying policy of presenting onlv the highest quality foodstuffs at the lowest possible prices. Since its inception the Piggly Wiggly Stores have been an exponent of quality. Our standards today are identical with those of every other day during the past 14 years. Now, to assure the continuance of the Quality of Service commensurate with the Foods we present, we increase the salaries of our entire staff 10% President Roosevelt and the administration behind the National Recovery Act is assured f'our sincere and fullest co-operation. This is the first intimation to our en, foes of our altitude toward future compensation. Affection, friendship, loyalty receive their greatest test in timrs (>f slr ,. ss 0ur emplows havc mad many will ng sacrifices to continue our never-varying standard of service. We extend our hands to them in deep appreciation of their invaluable talents and lovaltv.



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. July 28. 1933. Miss Irene Fair, who Btb Che Worlds fair In Chii a %  senting Mark's .-tore, will return Miami sometime tomorrow, followIng which she will givi B .radii n the World fail Mi and Mr It Lear are receiving ilai : a baby boy at th> n Memorial hospital Mrs Leai ; Zenia i'..^:: I thi Mother and baby are doing :.. Mi Idman an I I oed to Miami laSI if SI ... •:.-..N The f the Ladii .1:1.. %  '• % % % %  ish On it thi estry 1 mi I 1 Sj nag< i ii lasi rues 1 of the c< I [da Bucks' Mr 1 IMints t sail* d la 1 I 1 %  tun Miami In al : Mrs Max Mintzi r left where • An important meel the Lailiary of Uie Miami J :. %  d : Vug. 1, beginning at 8 p m. •• %  nd 1 held at the O %  enin \ 1st I DR. U. ALTON SCHUBERT CHIROPRACTOR -1 111: 112, POS1 \i. 111 11.11IM. Oppoaita N 1',-t Offli •• %  /11 %  Ifll ) ./ %  / %  / Miami + WORTHMOR ICE CREAM Lara* anortaaanl i„ aeleri from. 203 Ave. Aragon, ( oral Gables • lor council of Jewish womi : A • dance the finals of the will be held and the winners will b' awarded prize: Miss Betty hairman of the aria:.-' mi ni : %  Ittee and being by Lee Ka Mary Ann Kamlns, Daisy t rie Predlnger and Mrs fman. In addition to the usual entertainment feaiiave been provldi tint : thi lunioi i %  mcil : Ji la %  • %  m :.iid at thi h >rw I •.: si %  11 Myei m T u itti nd An %  ::.; i tani ol the Ml. :. On hod ni %  -' ind all attend Plans ii.. -..will tpi I '. ishered In Mi nda evenin ;::..:.• M ... JewFh On Ith Mr A Jacob.o: Atlanta In thi ervici in A coteru 11 thi ii' : z mi morii Miami Ci • I Mi nda; nighi im luded Mi Lena %  '•'• M Brill. : La .-.-. Miss 1'.' adj enblank Miss Sylvia Miles, Miss Essie 1 1 Raj '.: '. • 1 da Ci omi 1 Mi Mi Ha Mai k and < mer. 1 : Bl h Betl David dam e comml %  [1 Si '•' %  %  ind plan %  n be a nd I : '•' %  %  • : • : %  % %  B %  David ralmud funds Imud Torah and will be 25 cents from li 1 [1 iargi insisting ol Nat Zalka. chairman; Al Quadow H H Fair. Harry Markowitz, StanC Ml Hal rj Ohphant. / /// \l Rl Summer Rates $4.00 '::;:; Sun -Pay .Sanitarium ^Zast. ConOatescents \*4C/iro/uc Cases RATES-^ea*ia^-J at the Osceola Gardens, having been postponed because of the ( %  M ilan relict campaign ol the Joint Distribution Committee Following the business session a social hour followed • • • The South Florida open ping pong tournament sponsored by the Hebrew Athletic club will begin Tuesday evening, August 31, at the Community Center of the club. About 35 entries have been received by Ralph Grossman, director of athli til • • Mrs Jack Pallott entertained a number of the juvenile friends Ol her daughter. Sonya Belle, last week in celebration of her second birthday anniversary The young; sters were taken to Miami Beach. where after they had been taken swimming, were served Ice I ream, \riull Itc I In I -I r, 11 I Or H.n Office """ • open.6:30 p.m. Sunday Sunday-Monday. July 30-31 "Rasputin and the Empress" John-Ethel-Lionel Barrymore Added Charlie Chaplin Comedy cake and other dainties and then enjoyed a number cf games. A huge birthday cake was cut by the cell brant and divided among the guests who also receieved individual favors. About 30 children attended. ARE WE t faith with those who trust us. are ( living Up to our obligations it wc risk their future happiness by ignoring the problems th.it would arise for them it. sonic day, we did not come home? Life insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern Health & Life Insurance Polic) on each one is necessary to protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & 11 I:\I.TH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK, Managei % %  %  • Hc;,\u l:. :,r,| 111,1, |-|i,,n,^ :< 11 % % %  Ilai c v"' i hited the EXCHANGE BUREAU Miami's Successful "Business Stimulator" Operating Entirely Without Money I.orated ul 250 N. E. SRI) STREET %  % % % % % % % %  I m Buy From %  : %  Southern Dairies The Largest Distributors Of Locally Produced Milk ICE CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS AND CULTURED SOUR CREAM Delivered To Your Door PHONE 28431 Now yott can buy BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fits your pocket book! PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TH ST. CARTER FUNERAL SERVICE 514 WKST PLAOUR srREET PHONES 2-S421 — 2-8422 MITCHELL JACOBY, Experienced feu sib Attendant in Charge I I Eat SCHCOLNIK S New York BOHEMIAN RYE— ^ Yw %  •* cake co. I I



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Friday. July 28. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN l-age Five PLAYING AT THE TIYOI.I THEATRE Miss Mildred Green berg, talented young pianist, will be heard in a recital Saturday afternoon. July 29. over WIOD in the University of Mi;uiii program between 4:45 and 5 p. m., when she will play Sonata in U major, by Haydn. Waltz in B minor by Chopin, and Prelude in P minor by Chopin. • • • •Rasputin and the Empress." Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer's sensational drama of the fall of the Romanoffs, with John. Ethel and Lionel Barrymore together on the screen for the first time, is the attraction coming lo the Seventh Avenue theater Sunday and Monday. Based on happenings within the memory of the present generation. the picture's episodes present a replica of the most colorCul royal court in the world. veil! W. Flagler at 8h Phone Mill NEW POLICY — 20c ALL DAY Sunday-Monday. July 30-31 I "Animal Kingdom" Ann Harding — Leslie Howard %  % % % % % % % % %  a ; Be Sensible %  Obtain %  fl SPEED IN COOKING u ECONOMY /n I ESS FUEL %  By Using I AMERICA NS ^COMPANY! %  (JAS RANGES %  %  %  i Known for Long Life %  i ami Low Upkeep %  jPEOPLES GAS CO.: 637 WASHINGTON AVI MI I %  %  MIAMI Bl \< 11 VPPROVED AI'IM.I ANCKS%  %  %  l %  %  : HOME SERVICEI Laundry ROY II. TURNER. Prep. 1225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-.'.651 | SPECIAL 20 lbs. Rough Dry. $1.00 Flat Work Finished Ethel Barrymore plays the Empress John is cast as Prince Chegodieff. and Lionel essays the role of the "Holy Devil" in the sensational picturization of the downfall of the Empire and the rise of the Bolshevik regime. Richard Boleslavsky. author of "The Way of a Lancer," and former director in the Moscow Art Theater, directed the spectacle from an original story by Charles MacArthur. Hundreds appears in the great throne room scene, the cathedral episode and other incidentals. Intense dramatic material la routined in the hypnotizing of the little prince by Rasputin, in his intrigues and orgies and in the ven[eance Of the nobles after his tampering has sent the empire on its way to ruin. Another spectacular detail is a great review of Russian troops. • Jerrey Reiner will direct exercise I and physical culture classes at the \ Hebrew Athletic club beginning next week and on Saturday afternoon will organize a wrestling team at the beach. • • • Plans for a dance to be sponsored by the junior chapter of Hadassali sometime during August will be discussed at a meeting that will be held tonight at the home of Mrs. Ruth Dubbin. Details will be announced In an early issue. • • • Mrs. Henry Bulbin left recently to spend some time in North Carolina and will return to Miami the latter part of the summer. %  • • The world of artists and the world of upper crust society clashes in a ,in in "The Animal Kingdom," the Philip Barry play produced by KKO-Radio and .starring Ann Harding and Leslie Howard at the Tivoli theatre Sunday and Monday The artists call the society folk fatuous, smug. dull, stuffy, stodgy, insensate and utterly unable to experience beauty or wonder. They even infer that eyes clogged with gold-dust and fixed on the social calendar have no gift of poetic insight. The blue-bloods counter that the artists are gaudy, wild, unstable. laey-and crazy. The artists are portrayed by Ann Harding. Leslie Howard. Len Stengel and Donald Dilloway. The bluebloods are played by Myrna Loy. Neil Hamilton, Ilka Chase and Hen; ry Stephenson. Somewhere in between the two strata is William Gargan as a pugilist-butler. However. Philip Barry seems to convey in "The Animal Kingdom" that artists are artists and society folk are society folk—and never the twain shall meet. Renuart Lumber Yards, Inc. We have everything to build anything CORAL GABLES OFFICE: Phone Evergreen 555 LITTLE RIVER BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1166 COCONUT GROVE BRANCH: Phone Bayvlew 274 MIAMI SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1117 QUALITY SERVICE THINKING AND QUARRELING DO NOT GO HANI) IN HAND Boys Hying kites, haul in their white winged birds. You can't do that way when you're flying words. Thoughts unexpressed may sometimes fall back dead. But God himself can't kill them when they're said. —WILL CARLETON. It is an appalling thought that Mr. Carleton has put into such simple verse. Quarreling shows lack of thought —lack of intelligence. Intelligent people sometimes quarrel, but their intelligence is not working when they do. The thinking person recognizes that he. and everyone round him. is miserable while he is raging and nagging and wrangling. He knows that he loses his dignity with his temper; knows that he says things tor winch he will pay dearly in remorse and regret and respect and home and position and happiness and love when he quarrels The person who thinks, knows thai he gains in strength of mind and body by controlling his tongue, and his temper, even though he feels that his anger is righteous. His gain In strength spells gam In power, in respect, In honor. In friendhip. In love and material position in the world His thinking tells him that he •annot recall his bitter words. Sometimes the one to whom they were spoken carries them with him to the Great Beyond and the quarrelsome one is left with eternal remorse nagging at his soul. Miserable, undignified, disagreeable, unintelligent, unproductive of any good result—altogether unprofitable—this habit of quarreling, is the decision of people who think. in New Jersey after having spent some time here as the guests of their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. Simons. • • Richard Sneider. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sneider of this city, was Bar Mitzva at the services of Beth El congregation last Saturday morning. Richard delivered his Bar Mitzva talk and recited the Haftoro. Sunday evening the parents entertained at a reception in their home lor friends and members of the congregation. • %  • Herbert Kerman is spending the summer at a camp In Eagle River. Wis. Miss Rosabelle Scher left Saturday lo attend the World's fair in Chicago and the national convention of Delta Phi Epsilon. • • t The Friendship club held its regular bridge meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss. Prizes for high score were won by Mrs. Harry Greenblatt. Mrs. Joe Moss. Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Max Moss is spending the summer at Durham. N. C. • • • Mr. and Mrs. H. Aaron and son David of Belle Glade, left for NewYork city. Mrs. Leon Gruner is in New York visiting relatives and friends. o • Miss Nettie Dunn of Belle Glade, returned home Tuesday after being away for a month. Mrs. Morris Moss was hostess at a benefit card party at the Monterey hotel for Congregation Beth El last Sunday night. Pizes for high scores were awarded to Mrs. B. Ryder. Mrs. Tom Smith and Mrs. Morris Moss. An ice cou.se was served during the evening. +-f I RED CROSS DRUG (DEPARTMENT STORE! 51 E FLjglcrl II K. Flakier Si. Phone 2-H196 Free Delivery in Greater Miami %  The %  Keg Inn %  Cold Beer %  Plate Lunches 1857 W. Flagler Street m MIAMI. FLA. % % % % % % % % % % % %  Soy Bean Bread and other veftetable breads GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 2165 W. Flagler SI. Phone 2-5811 The "Good Health" KinJ Want to Sell Your Household Goods? Then Sell at AUCTION and get highest prices from conI sumer. Consult KAY WRIGHT,] auctioneer. Phone 2-3860. Dr. V. K. Jindra PHYSICIAN and SIRGEON Announces Re initial of lli< Offices to 805 WEST FLAGLER STREET Office Hour*: 2 to 5 p.m. — 7 to H p.m. PHONE 2-6057 FREE FUEL HOT WATER' from SUNSHINE —+ In the Heart of Your Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY A Miami Institution For all (he hot water vnu need 1 "Hi'" life, greater effiIn your home. *ee the new AllMetal "SOLAR" with copper tub.nit. ciency. A Solar for every need. FREE ESTIMATES Term*. Solar Water Heater COMPANY Phone 2-6496 Office and Factory: 310-20 N. W. 25 St. Best news of the week: Authorities are beginning to quarrel about what caused the recovery. West Palm Beach Notes A NEW MODERN SHOE REPAIR PLANT Marshall's Shoe Factory ; On the Trail at 12th Ave. (1156 S. W. 8th Street a LADIES' Composition Rubber or Leather Heels 15c Nothing but the very best material and workmanship %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  a Mrs. S. A. Goldstein and Mrs. S. Rubin were hostesses at a benefit card party for Beth Israel Sisterhood at Schwartzberg hall last Thursday. Prizes were awarded for high scores and refreshments were served. • • A meeting of Beth El Congregation was held last Wednesday at the home of its president, Mr. Jack Sneider. when details of the erection of a new synagogue were discussed. • • • The Misses Jennie and Matilda Greenberg returned to their home For fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOM'S FISH MART Flagler St. and Miami River Phone 2-5321 We Neer Cloac 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 prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.



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Friday, July 28. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Th THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY li> the li:\VISII FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. ii. Boi 2973 .Miami, Florida Phone 2-ns.i EXECI TIVE Ol I Ii ESi 115-10 Bwurlti lildu. Phon* '-'-f.l'J.1 EDITORIAL OFFICRS: (21 S. W. 15th A\rnn Phone 2-1183 .1. LOUIS BHOCIIET, Editor KDWARD i Aid. IN. Advcrtlalni Managci I id. I) K. MIIII HIT. < in alation Manwei CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative .ill.-r July 4 t thi !' < iffirc a1 M iami, I* lorida il„. Acl of March S, IH79. WEST PALM BEACH ST. I'ETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representath Month Year Bl ISI RIP1 InN Hi DAI .11 I.Y 88, 1933. Vol G — No 30, $1,110 12.01 Al Smith Advice To Harvard Al Smith, formi i nor of \i w York, awarded the honorary ol i ii ctor ol i av bj Harvard University, offered adi young gradual Intermingling wit with serious thought, America's mosl Inti i ii ian laid down three rules to "insure a safe return to democratic, entatlve constitutional govi rnment." He urged rule by the majority and adherence to the Constitution, and his third rule declared: Lei Harvard and the univer liir.s of America keep the doors and gates open, without reference ii race, crei d, or religion; to every young man. to every ambitious man. who pledges lo lo thai Constitution and to the ol our country, and ii makes liffi rencc whal happens the United StaU s k bound to be afe,' it required an Al Smith to deln B tew briel and simple the evils winch rule American life today, rhere was ood reason lor counseling again and religious prejudice because nich j has already become injected m university life in this country. II ithreatening every phase ol our political and social life, and hai al ready caused serious dam Jews economically. 1 he very foundation of American principles Is thus injured, and only it the advice ol Doctor Al .smith will be followed will a sensible remedy b. applied tor the threatened evil Detroit Jewish Chronicle. Sam sitting as Judge, H.: "Your Honor. I do not admit everything that has been said %  ;ainsl me." U. S.: "Well, Mr. H.. the record is clear. We have had witnesses to the highest Integrity who have tcstlfled to no' only whal thej aw Dm whal yon and your associates have bei n saying for aboul thirteen yean Further, you would deny here what you have boasted about .ind pul Into effect, and which you COldly and meieiessly. II.: Admitting that your Honor, il is all Justifiable. The Jews, like Catholics, free masons, communists and socialists have no feelings for the nation In which they live on the one hand and exploit II on the other, i hi hi tory ol (lermanj thai contrary, in war as in pi aci served their coun1th distinction and brought Inional presl ige to it. .Scholars. i • %  rltei en ntists, physiarlists, musicians, financiers .mi what not, all excelled In theii hosen walks. thai youi Honor, ::: %  bi liel that thi i.ad tOO many people ol distl might nol in n adi .i ol in i In mj .: Since you come to this ."i HI tice II irelevant to ou .ii. H.. that we in Ann r.I.I in common wiih other democai • i.i tin west, do not belli vi In nsliip winch degrade i tin to subjects on liie one hand. ambitious indl.i ii m the other, i. Admitting that, your Honor, do nol forget that I n present a ;. ition. all oi whose people 1 1 bi hind mi 100 per cent. And each sovereign nation should be allowed to hape Its own affairs and work OUl Its own destiny. t s.: i have tried to exercise the udgment, patience and fairness that becomes every high judicial tribunal, but when i tell you that the facts you offer are repugnant ,o the conscience and law oi this court, you tell me you are the head ni a smeii Ign nation, There is only n wer to that, Mr. H.: If you ling in do nhat you wain and hal io which we are accustomed, you have simply talked yotir, %  ol court, AND THE ("ASK IS DISMISSED. i. is is the polite but decisive an: the American people to Hitontinued appeal in Justice on thi "in hand and demeanor of arH, ranee on the other. Until he can with decency, he can only expect a rebuking isolation. — Sol man in Emanu-El Magazine. Case Dismissed Without your Judgment, America! This is the latest petition that Chancellor Hitler presents to the tribunal ol the American people, He makes the pel il ion because 11 is nol only convenient, but necessary that he have the friendship ol this countrj m commerce and politics. One does nol ni ed the experience ol a judge, lawyer or juror to know that he who seeks the help ol a tribunal, must appeal to the law and a in e oi that tribunal, in a manner befitting its authority and dignity. Imagine Hitler, the petitioner, before the Court and Uncle German Relief Fund (Continued from page one) pie to poverty and helplessness. ".Surely the Jews ol America and even thi se nol ol our faith who believe in man's inalienable light to life, liberty and the pursuit ol hapWill not stand by without offering these suffering persons at .me of the things that make mtinued existence food, clothip for the sick and aged, education for the young and opportung in. h Btarl in other lands for those who are forced to leave the country ol their affiliation. The day for mere sympathetic utterances is pasi; the time for generous and whole-hearted action Is al hand. "Thi n lore, let US resolve that, insolar as In our power lies, we will help this afflicted people m this dark hour ol their distress and that we call upon our Jewish brethren throughout this land of freedom and opportunity, and particularly those ol western Pennsylvania, to enlist in cooperation with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in responding to this great and urgent call of humanity. Let us give Willingly and generously; let us feed the hungry, clothe the naked and Dime, light and hope into the lives Of those who are SO surely tried; lei us humbly pledge ourselves, before the Mi rclful Master ol the Universe, to help tins great group ol His children who i annol now help themselves." in New Rocnell leading Je that community met last week to carry on a canvass for funds among the Jews ol that City. Joseph C. Hyman, secretary ol the Ann rti an Jewish Joint Distribution Commit ive a piciuie oi the situation ii the Jews m Oermany and also outlined the work that Is going lo oe done in that country with funds al i (I hi l C and elsewhere. In his iddn ... he said: One hundred thousand Jews in iiiy today are already without means ol support. Among them men oi outstanding professional attainment lawyers, physicians, dentist; no longer permitted to prai ice; dismissed civil servants, dlsi d employes, and woi'kmi II without jobs. In addition 80.00U li ... Horn Poland, Roumania and other lands who settled in German} nice the war, find themselves In traits. Thousands oi these people face the prospect ol dlsenfraninent. Many will be driven to their native lands. Thousand ol children at the beginning ol thi i hool yeai will find the door oi these institutions shut to them. Throughout the entire structure oi German lives In business, science, the letters, the theatre Jews are being systematically and with deliberate planning, uprooted. %  i n England, France, Switzerland, Holland, Czecho-Slovakia, Denmark. ill the Saar Valley, and elsewhere. i • from Oermany have fled, and the local committee ol assistance are having a very difficult task in meeting some ol the new problems that have arisen not only in providing food and shelter, but even more so In finding employment for these refugees. Although new accounts are less frequent than heretofore, the condition ol the displaced and declassed Jewish population within Oermany is steadily and rapidly becoming worse. Bj October 1 the slender means ol those who still have savings and the ability ol the Jewish reliel committees and communities to extend aid, will have been largely exhausted. "The Jewish people oi Germany are bearing up with a fortitude that challenges universal admiration With their backs to the wall, they are planning at least to provide schooling for their children, manual and vocational training for the younger men and women and are trying to maintain their welfare Institutions. They are studying immigration and harassed bj unemployment, it is to be feared thai the lot oi the great mass ol German jews will have to be In Oermany itself and It is there that the greater part ol their problem will have to be solved with aid and sympathj and such counsel as we can bine; lo bear." TiiC GUMB Refugee Insull has beco director ol a large Athenian bank sibly on a theory that the hi metropoll ni ed omi I hing new In i inn. When men waller i wen dl i with by his Washin Mi Olass burned until h i vitor hired. You could have fried an egg on i he gri al Virginian, Chicago bakers had a swell idea for helping the people who eat bi! ad They raised the price but at the same tune they reduced the weight, so that the people don't get so tired carrying it." She had a heart like a recruiting Office; it was open to any man between 21 and 45. Future plan ol Chlca bands, Ju il awai di d .. announced, bill we up,. loll around apartments and b on chocolate i and dru .Hid wa nol only weal;hy, bin i xl n mi Ij > hai He gavi poor or ,. %  peopli Mam prol lonal chnorn Al one time, hi Ii Ii inunej ol the loan i it did nol i bai k lo him; and he had Il 10 bl tOtt on hi :. I lend., lie II ,, scluioiii r, win, v.,i %  i with a mailer allowance than u "And 1 i, ai' ;. %  Baron added. "Mj son : .;iili hi %  i,' i. "Wha "You an oui son to tin Wiih neighbor's flowers across the i pray God blesi mj neighbor's blooms Ai.d granl her true siiei I E hop ha been to me .v i. I ippini May bli pour like si: rain! Shop is. loo. my ,i which will be welched v ni: i. by senntii!i in Hollywood, Calif. Dr.' rci .i ii :i 1] d mania I %  11 h> 21, Coin:; al 'hai rate, thi ntly will all gel <\v. inuing, in the com i time mi t ill be di. I than have ever been married. [I difficult, mathematically, but nothing is Impossible to people ol minal Ion. I :.' Ill %  that Hollywood men and WOI ,. %  ion for


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<0Uewisti florid tin FLORIDA'S ONLY JLWISH WEEKLY Vol. 6. No. 30. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1933. Price I ive Centi Jewish News About the World GREATGRANDSON OF BISMARCK TURNED OI'T JEW. Berlin. — The aristocracy of Germany, which had welcomed the revolution brought about by the Nazis, i.s beginning to tremble for Its safety as a result of the action taken in the ca.se of the greatgrandson of Count Bismarck, the great Iron Chancellor himself .who forged a united Germany out of a mass dl .separate elements. Young Bismarck was an employe in the ministry of the interior, but Nazi ferrets as to racial ancestry discovered that Ins grandmother who married Count Hubert, son of the Iron Chancellor. was a Jewess. He was immediately dismissed from his post. REGIME OF NAZI DRAWS CRITICISM. Berlin. July 20. — Sherwood Eddy, former Y. M. C. A. secretary for Asia, amazed his listeners at a Carl Schurz society meeting today by voicing open criticism of the Nazi regime. After complimenting the new regime for achieving what he called "the greatest German unity in a thousand years." and for "instilling a new spirit of enthusiasm into the people and new hope in youth." he went on: "Candor compels me to state that : :...•,. great apprehensions regarding Germany. What about impartial justice for Socialists. Communists. Jews. Liberals and Pacifists? Justice cannot be limited to Aryans or Nordics. "It is unjust to preach total elimination of the Jew or to instill the poison of racial hatred into children's hearts through textbooks. What about freedom of the press, speech and assembly? "My affection for Germany makes me plead for equal justice and human liberty." PROOF OF HITLER JEWISIINESS CITED BY HEIMWEIIR. Vienna. — After an investigation of the documents available in Polna. Czechoslovakia as to the racial antecedents of Chancellor Adolf Hitler of Germany, the Oesterreichische Abendblatt. organ of the Austrian Heimwehr organization, has made public a genealogical tree showing that the grandmother of the notorious anti-Semite, was a Jewess, daughter of Abram Hitler, who left Polna for Vienna. The revelation as to Hitler's ancestry is based on findings of Alexander Basch. Polna Jewish registrat, who died recently. The publication of the story aroused a sensation in Austria, where it was expected that there would be immediate repercussions in Germany itself. The possibility ol Hitler's being forced out of the Chancellorship as a result of the revelation was being widely discussed. The Vienna Tageblatt. commenting on the news, says that the world i.s entitled to expect "thai toe Nazis will not simply ignore it but will furnish a very definite reply." The campaign of the Nazis for control of Austria has suffered a severe blow as a result of the publication of Hitler's Jewish background. If You Have A Heart A MOST PITIFUL TALE of persecution and dire want is being unfolded daily by visitors, both Jew and non-Jew, who have returned from Germany. German Jewry, without regard to origin or class, is being Bhamefully and delibrately debased. p\'K.\ THE OLDEST and fines) of German-Jewish parents arc deliberately and stoically parting with their dearest offsprings, to enable them to emigrate to any corner of the world thai will permit them to be simple human normal beings, where they might escape from constant official governmental words and writings thai depict them as humans unworthy of normal rights. DY OCTOBER 1st the last of the German .lews who have even had a vestige of support from scanty earnings and past savings will see the exhaustion of every means to continue to live, according to statements issued by the Joint Distribution Committee, headed by such men as Felix Warburg and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise. 11IAM1 IS NOW READY to do its duty. Beginning on Tuesday morning next, the day of Tisha B'Av, so replete with poignant memories of Jewish sufferings, committees chosen from every rank of Greater .Miami Jewry, reprsenting every Jewish organization in the district, will begin a canvass of Miami Jewry to enlist their donations in the cause of saving Jewish lives, and preventing the extermination of six hundred thousand German Jews. VTKFJ) ANY MORE BE SAID to any Jew possessed of the slightest spark %  of humanity to induce him to GIVE, GIVE and GIVE to the VERY UTMOST to aid our distressed brethren in Germany? WE CANNOT FAIL! WK WILL NOT KAIL! WE DARE NOT FAIL! Local Stores Raise Wages A few hours after President Roosevelt made his memorable address on the radio last Monday night, the Southern Stores Corporation, operating 25 Piggly Wiggly stores, and Riley's. operating two stores in this territory, announced that in compliance with both the letter and spirit of the president's plea a blanket raise of 10 per cent in salaries had been given all employes of the company stores. R. J. Marshburn. president of i Southern Stores Corporation, in making his announcement, praised the loyalty and service of the com! pany's employes, and said the salary Increases included the entire personnel, from office boys to executives, numbering considerably more than 100. In his telegram tfl the president, he pledged 100 per cent cooperation in carrying out his wishes in the operation of the national industrial recovery program Local Campaign Begins Sunday Herzl Memorial Meeting Is Held 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 "Let Us Past." The sermon will be dedicated lo the local committee of the Joint Distribution Committee campawn for the relief of the Jews of Germany. The Miami campaign opens on TiSh'Oh B'abh. Tuesday. August 1. In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns, music and a question box. Attended by representatives of 11 of Miami's Jewish organizations, plans for the Miami committee of the German Relief campaign of the Joint Distribution Committee were presented by the executive commit tee and unanimously approved by the general committee last Wednesday night at the Miami Coloninl hotel. Mr. Herbert U. Peibelman. prominent attorney and communal worker, made a stirring appeal for immediate action and a concerted drive to reach every Jew in the Community so that he may be glv< n [ the opportunity to share in the rehei of his fellow jews in Germany. A pledge of cooperation was receh ed from a number of prominent citizens who were unable to attend but Who promised lo devote their time during the campaign to help secure funds. The campaign will begin Sunday night. July :i(), at the Beth David Talmud Torah hall with a meeting of all workers and teams A number of inspirational talks will be given by prominent Jews and non-Jews and then the teams will lie given prospect cards. In this manner every Jewish home in the Creater Miami district will be visited. Headquarters for the campaign committee will be opened downtown and daily luncheon meetings will be held of the workers. Actual solicitation of funds will begin Tuesday tinuc to and including Friday. At About 75 men and women attended the memorial services in honor of Dr. Theodore Herzl. founder of present-day Zionism last Sunday night at the Miami Colonial hotel. The meeting began with a brief address by Mrs. Max Dobrin. president of the Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah. who presided. She was followed by an address of welcome made by Mrs. Sol Rotfort. president of the Junior Hadassah. Mrs. Moses Krieger, prominent national Hadassah worker, then told of the impressions of Jewish day at the World's fair in Chicago. Mr. Harry I. Lipton reported on the Zionist congress which he attended recently in Chicago. He was followed by Mr Mark Max. who gave his personal reminiscences of Dr. Herzl. and then Harry Simonhoff. president ol the local Zionist district, made an appeal lor the payment ol dues by local Zionist members, Because of the radio address of President Roosevelt the meeting was then adjourned. Refreshments were served with Mrs. Isidor Cohen presiding at tlie punch bowl. The meeting was a joint affair held under the auspices of the local Zionist district. Senior Hadassah and Junior Hadassah. German Relief Fund Nears $1,000,000 Mark tinue to and including FFriday. At the daily luncheoas brief talks will be given and reports of the campaign will be received. New York. The S2.000.000.000 fund sought by the German reliei campaign of the American Jewish %  Joint Distribution Campaign of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee approached the halfway mark, with the announcement by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, chairman of the national fund raising effort that S915.000.00 has been raised throughout the United States and Canada for aid to the German Jews. Of this total $413,000 has been secured in New York city which has assumed a quota of $1,000,000. The remainder of thus large sum has been raised by contributions made by Jews throughout the country, their previous contributions being augmented by subscriptions of $165,000 received during the past week. The funds raised to date. Rabbi Wise pointed out. came from campaigns that have been conducted and are still being conducted in three hundred and twelve cities in forty states of the Union and also from a number of drives held in Canada, in the Republic of Panama and Honolulu. Additional campaigns are now being held in over fifty other communities, he added. Rabbi Wise has issued an urgent appeal to Jewish leaders throughout the country to intensify their efforts to complete the $2,000,000 fund. From reports that are being received at the national headquarters of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee at 7 Hanover st.. he emphasized that conditions among the Jews in Germany are getting worse and worse. New decrees are being issued, he announced, that are throwing larger numbers of Jews out of employment and making it exceedingly difficult for an ever increasing number of breadwinners to earn a livelihood. The Jews in Germany, he pointed out. are looking to their co-religionists throughout the world, especially in the United States to come to their aid in the worst crisis that has befallen the Jewish people. He announced that drives are also being launched in western Pennsylvania, northern Ohio and West Virginia. Following a conference, closed last week in Pittsburgh, to which leaders from the three states were present, a program for seeking funds for the aid of the destitute Jews m Germany was adopted. A general appeal has gone out from the conference to the Jews in these three stat.'.s which reads in part: %  There can be no difference of opinion as to the extent of this dreadful calamity which lias been visited upon the Jews in Germany. The official decrees of the German government have deprived Jewish professional men and women ol the right to pursue their professions; they have made a impossible for Jewish citizens to serve in any governmental offices; they have driven thousands Of Jews from employment in industrial and mercantile establishments; they have denied to Jewish students the right to equip themselves lor their chosen work in life; they have humiliated Jewish children in "the public schools: they have treated Jewish property as beyond the protection of the law; they have driven a self-supporting peo< CONTINUED ON PACE THREE 1



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