The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 6. No. 32
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. 1933.
Jewish News
About the World
MOVE TO STRENGTHEN
NAZI PROPAGANDA IN IT. S.
Berlin. Plans to strengthen the
Nazi propaganda in the United
States are expected to be worked
out at a conference here between
Nazi chieftains and T. St. John
Gaffney, former American consul
in Dresden and now a leader of the
Friends of Germany." an Ameri-
can Nazi organization, who is on
his way here. Before coming here
Gaffney is expected to meet the ex-
kaiser at Doom. Holland. Gaffney
was dismissed as American consul
by President Wilson because of his
pro-German sympathies, Gaffney
is now associated with America's
Deutsche Post, the Nazi organ in
America.
TROTZKY MAY BE SOVIET
ENVOY TO UNITED STATES
Madrid. Leon Trotzky. once an
exile in the United States from
Czarist persecution, may return to
the United States as the first Soviet
ambassador to America. A report
to this effect became current here
after the announcement that Spain
had officially recognized the Soviet
government. Trotzky. exiled by
Stalin, is now in France for medi-
cal treatment, but it is understood
that he is about to make his peace
with Stalin who will then appoint
him Soviet ambassador to Spain
and later, when the United States
extends recognition to Russia trans-
fer Trotzky to the Washington em-
busy.
Price Five CcntJ
Tampa School
To Open Soon
The University of Tampa opened
administration offices this week in
H.s new home, the $3,500,000 hlatoric
Tampa Bay Hotel building, located
in Plant park on the bank of the
Hillsborough river. The campus
will be one of the most picturesque
in the South. The building, built
in the Moorish style, its silver min-
arets gleaming against the sett mi:
sun. presents a picture neve rto be
forgotten.
Henry B. Plant, one of Florida's
firm friends, who brought the rail-
road to Tampa, erected it with the
purpose of making it the finest m
all America.
The new catalog has just been
printed and may be obtained by
writing Pres. F. H. Spaulding. or
Dean John Coulson. Many new
courses are included, among them
being engineering science, music,
art. English, history. German. Ital-
ian. French and physical education.
Upon request the university is send-
ing a representative to consult with
students in their homes to give fur-
ther information about courses.
Many applications have already
been received from several states
and some foreign countries.
According to present plans en-
trance examinations for those not
graduates of accredited secondary
schools will be given during the firs!
week of September on dates to be
announced later through the state
press.
A Priest's Testimony
On Hitler
N. Y. C. PLANS FOOD TAX.
New York. N. Y. A plan de-
vised by the markets commissioner
of New York to raise $1,000,000 a
Mai m additional revenue lor the
city of New York by a municipal
lax on Kosher food products has
been endorsed by ten rabbis repre-
senting _'4 downtown congregations.
Dr. Leon Adler. spokesman tor the
rabbis, declared that racketeers had
been trying to organize kosher tood
dealers at the rate of $72 a year,
The proposed tax plan to be pre-
sented to the board of aldermen
shortly calls for a graduated tax
scale, Manufacturers would pay
$200 annually; wholesalers. $100;
jobbers. $50; packers, $50; retailers.
$10; and vehicles, $5.
Rep. Wilcox
Returns Here
J. D. ('. RE-ELECTS BAEKWAI.D.
New York, N. Y. At a meeting
of the board of directors of the
Joint Distribution Committee. Paul
Baerwald was re-elected president
and the following other officers
chosen: Felix M. Warburg, honor-
ary vice chairman; Marco F. Hell-
man, treasurer; William A. Kosh-
land. associate treasurer; H. B. L.
Goldstein, controller: and Joseph
C, Hyman. secretary. The follow-
ing were elected to the executive
committee: Dr. Cyrus Adler. Paul
Baerwald, David M. Brassier, David
A. Brown. Harry Fischel, Bernard
Flexner, Alexander Kahn. Gover-
nor Lehman. Solomon Lowenstein.
James Marshall, Mr. Rosenbrg, 15.
c. viadeek, Mr. Warburg, Peter
Wierniek and Rabbi Jonah B.
Wise.
Hon. J. Mark Wilcox, member of
the house of representatives from
the Fourth Florida congressional
district, returned to his home in
West Palm Beach I his week. Mr.
Wilcox made a very splendid record
during the recent special session of
congress and remained over to help
obtain for Florida the Chapman
Held projected Improvement and a
number of other improvements
which, if obtained, will permit a
large sum of money to be expended
mi federal government projects in
lhis district.
Mr Wilcox will shortly be| I
speaking tour of his district to meet
his constituents and to tell of his
work in Washington and to assist
in all matters within his power any
Worth while movement to help the
economic recovery locally.
Ladies Plan
Benefit Supper
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
will entertain for the benefit of its
Talmud Torah fund at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein. 1817
W. Flagler St., next Sunday evening
August 13. beginning at 7 p. m.,
when a Dutch supper will be served
in buffet style. Kosher delicate
seen and plenty of beer will be
among the refreshments that will
be served. Cards will follow and
prizes will be awarded for high
scores. The public is urged to at-
tend.
Hitlerism generally is doomed to
a speedy end. and the Hitlerite
powers that be will not last long.
This opinion was expressed by
Monsignor Auguste J. Francheski.
a Catholic priest who has just re-
turned from a visit to Germany,
in an article in the Catholic Jour-
! nal. "Criterio," of which he is the
j editor.
Monsignor Francheski studied Hit-
literism at first hand in Germany,
and at the time when it was on the
upswing. His analysis of Hitlerism
is quite thorough, although his ap-
proach is that of the educated
democratic Catholic. He finds Hit-
lerism a reaction against the Com-
munist threat, but believes that the
conservative elements in Germany
could have avoided letting all the
power get into Hitler's hands.
Except among the active Nazis
there is no especially great hope
that conditions in Germany will im-
prove greatly as a result of Hitler's
coup. Francheski says in his article.
The good-will of the people will be
won only if the creators of Hitler-
ism do not commit any crudities.
Hitler, however, does not appear to
have any appreciation of what con-
stitutes a crudity.
"One of the people who know the
German situation best." Francheski
says m his article, "told me a short
time ago that if the government
does not have the situation chang-
ed completely bv next summer, if
people will still be suffering from
hunger and cold, the results of the
disappointment will be disastrous.
"A cleric who I can not. for ob-
vious reasons, name, and who occu-
pies a leading [Kxsition in the Cath-
olic movement in Germany, assured
me that the gislhtesl mistake on
the part ol Hitler or any of his col-
leagues will hasten the appearance
of Bolshevism.'"
Speaking ol antlSemitic activities
in Germany. Francheski says:
'"The persecutions of the Jews
had their origin in the fact that
the Nazis are lacking in both en-
ergy and understanding. For live
years then- was a continuous props
gandizing of hatred toward the
Jew- When I lie Nazis came to
power not one of their promt
had been fulfilled, they Invented
the anti-Semitic atrocities as an
outlet for the excited emotions ol
the people. In this instance the
government demonstrated an alarm-
ing weakness and the atrocities had
a negative effect.
"In the first place, the persecu-
tion was unjust, it is not a crime
to have been born a Jew. Yet fam-
ilies of the Jewish race which for
several generations had been con-
verted to Christianity were hunted
down.
"In the streets old men were
beaten, and the braids of girls cut
off. The protest against this sent
of thing was general. In Germany
proper the Catholic bishops decried
such acts in a collective document
which was published on April 10.
Outside of Germany not only Jews
but also many clergymen and Cath-
olic writers raised their voices In
protest.
"The German government began
to realize, although too late, that it
had made a mistake, and stopped
the boycott, but the excesses, which
are a burden and a drawback to
I CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE I
Beth David
Sponsors Dance
An important meeting was held
last week to make final arrange-
ments for the country store and
barn dance being sponsored by Beth
David congregation for the purpose
of raising funds to complete the re-
decorating of the Synagogue and
Talmud Torah. Booths depicting
country stores will be erected and
live stock will furnish the added
realistic atmosphere. Mr. H. H.
Farr. in charge of entertainment,
will direct the old-fashioned square
dances that will be a feature of the
evening as will be the singing and
playing of several negro boys. Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers is chairman in
charge of the sale of tickets and re-
ports that sales are very encourag-
ing. A final meeting of the com-
mittee to complete the arrange-
ments will be held next Monday-
evening. August 14. at the Talmud
Torah hall, and all members are
urged to attend. Mr. Nat Zalka is
general chairman of the committee.
Aged Worker
Dies Here
Relief Campaign
Passes Million Mark
After a lingering illness Mrs.
Mary Simon, for the past 20 years
a visitor to Miami, and who for the
past several years made her home
here, died last Sunday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stoekel.
Bird road, where she made her home
for the past year. Mrs. Simon.
whose home was McKeesport. Pa.,
was a very active figure in the com-
munal life of that city and when
she came to Miami took part in the
organization of the Chesed Shel
Ernes and was one of its founders
siie contributed to local institutions,
local synagogues having gifts of
candelebra, poroches, etc. she was
the mother of the noted social
worker, Sophie Irene I.oeb. and was
the grandmother ol Aline McMahon,
noted screen star. The body was
Shipped to McKeesport. Pa., when
interment was had last Wednesdaj
Surviving her are two miilv A. M
Simons and I. A. Simons, whose
families are now at the Wn
hotel. Miami Beach, and two daugh-
ters, Mis. Irving Bennett and Mrs.
Jennie C. McMahon.
Hadassah Gives
Benefit Dance
Mis. Albert Dubbin, chairman of
the garden dance to be given by
Junior Hadassah. Sunday evening.
August 13. at the Blackstone hotel,
announces the following program to
be given during the intermission:
Mr. Bert Reisner will act as mas-
ter of ceremonies. Danny Sheehan
and four of his star entertainers
will appear. They include Wanda
Diedrich. Lois Koplow. Catherine
Kowl and Albert Robinson, first
prize winner of state of Florida
boy.- tap dancers. Other entertain-
ers will also appear during the eve-
ning.
A selected five-piece orchestra
will provide music for dancing in
the palm-fringed gardens. A buf-
fet supper will be served at mid-
night, when guests will gather at
small tables in the gardens.
Three hundred and eight com-
munities in this country, including
New York city, have already raised
$1,041,900 in the nation-wide effort
for relief and reconstruction work
on behalf of the Jews of Germany.
it was announced by Rabbi Jonah
B. Wise, national chairman of the
German relief campaign winch is
being conducted under the auspices
of the American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution committee. Rabbi Wise
added that in most cases the
amounts thus far subscribed in the
various communities are only part
of the quotas accepted by them in
the effort to raise a total of $2.-
000,000 in this country for Jewish
relief and reconstructive work in
the Reich.
New York's share of the $1,041,-
900 thus far contributed, amounts
to $420,200. Second on the list is
San Francisco with a subscription
of $66,000; Newark is third with
$50,000.
New York's subscription of $420.-
200 is 'on account' of a total quota
of $1,000,000 which is being raised
by a special committee headed by
Dudley D. Sicher and Allie S. Freed.
In his report to Rabbi Wise. Mr
Freed announced that there would
be no letting down of fund raising
activity by the New York commit-
tee during the summer season. "The
full effects of Hitler-mania are only
now beginning to be felt by the vic-
tims of the cold pogrom which is
now at its height in Germany, and
this summer will be the most terri-
ble in their lives." Mr. Freed said.
"Because of that, the New York
committee has determined that no
time is to be lost in getting to them
whatever succor is possible and
therefore will continue its efforts
until the whole million which i-
our quota has been raised."
Non-Jews have been liberal
contributors to the German Jewish
relief fund, declared Rabbi Wise in
the statement he issued yesterday.
This has been so in every commun-
ity where a fund raising campaign
has been held, and ha.- been com-
mented upon with gratitude in
practically every one Of the hun-
dreds of reports from local commit-
tees which have been received at
the national headquarters ol tin
campaign.
"The widespread sympathy ol
our Christian neighbors makes it
even more incumbent upon us to
hasten the raising Of the second mil-
lion," Rabbi Wi.-c said yesterday. "It
must not be said of us that our In-
dignation over the treatment meted
out to our co-religionists by Hitler
and his cohorts was mere sound and
fury meaning little. It must, if
our outcries, our denunciations, our
fasts and prayers were sincerely
meant, now transmute itself into fi-
nancial sacrifice, if necessary, for
the alleviation of the thousandfold
woes that are the lot of the Jews
of Germany. The Jews of America
have the means and they have the
freedom of action which make it
possible for them to save their Ger-
man brethren from the complete
ruin and extermination winch is
the publicly declared aim of the
present regime.
"The fact that, the Jews Ol tier-
many are not accepting the situa-
tion 'lying down' is another reason
why the Jew.. Ol America should I).
(Continued on page three)


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JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. August 11, 1933

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
entertained at one of its regular bi-
weekly card parties with Mesdames
Max Rappaport and Morris Rappa-
port as the hostesses Prizes i"'
high score were awarded at each
table and a beautiful door prize
was won by Mrs. Louis Pallott A
goodly sum was realized lor the Tal-
mud Torah fund 01 the congrega-
tion.

Mr. Samuel Small, prominent
merchant and communal worker,
roi vacation ol
several months 111 New York city
and vicinity.

Mr. and Mis Alex Goldstein re-
turned to Miami after a [lve weeks
trip spent in New York. C:
and Savannah, < (a

Mr and Mrs. D. Richer and sons
returned t<< Miami after an absence
01 several months spent visiting rel-
atives and friends 111 New York.

Mrs. H. Rose left last Friday to
visit her parents in Washington. D.
C. and her son Leonard, who is a
student at the Curtis Institute of
Music 111 Philadelphia.

M:.-s Betty Greenberg and Miu
Syd Klein left Tuesday for New
York where they will spend several
weeks then going on a Canadian
cruise to Quebec and Montreal.

Mr. I. L Mintzer. son and daugh-
ter will return to Miami late this
afternoon from a combined busi-
and pleasure trip to New York
city.

Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld ol Bnai
: congregation. St. Petersburg,
who .-pin: a vacation ol two weeks I'l AYIS(
111 Miami Beach returned to his
home last Tuesday. While here he
was the guest speaker at the serv-
in Beth Jacob congregation last
Saturday.
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T1VOU THEATRE
Mr, and Mi. J. Siegel entertained
la Sunday evening In honor of
their sister. Mrs. M. Shapiro, who
arrived to attend the wedding of
her brother, and who will return
to New York this week. They were
assisted in entertaining by Mrs S
The color scheme of green
and yellow were used in the decora-
tions, refreshments and favors.
Guests present were Mr. and Mrs
.1 Greenberg. H. Rose. Mrs J. Eng-
. 1 Mr and Mrs. J. Botts. Miss
BUlie Botts. Mr. and Mrs. A. She-
Mr and Mis (i Oilman. Mr
and Mrs. s Schwartz. Mr. and Mis -------------------------
iwartz Mr and Mrs S. Stein. Council of Jewish Women was held
:. mes were awarded to 8. Schwartz, jungle Gardens. The winners of
Bil B and Mrs 8he- ule dance contest were Al Sontae
and Toots Smith; A. Merlin and
Malvina Wahnish: Alvln Walders
Al a special meeting Of the local and partner. These winners and the
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i;:..,: Brith lodge, held at the Beth
David Talmud Torah hall last Tues-
I lans for the distribu-
tion of Bnai Brith petitions to the
president of the United States in
the German persecution of Jews
were discussed. These petition- maj
je had by communicating with Mr
W L. Williams, president of the lo-
cal lodge An investigation commit-
ee to determine the parties respon-
sible for the false use of the lodge's
name in a report appearing in a lo-
;al newspaper recently was appoint-
ed and consists of Mr. N. L. Wil-
liams. H M. Drevich and William
Friedman. Several new members
were inducted into membership.
At the last meeting of the Hebrew
Athletic club a finance committee
o assist in the adjustment of de-
linquent dues was appointed con-
.:... of Murray Apte. Raymond
Bain and Leo Chakin. All members
.n arrears three months or more
will be refused admission to the
clubhouse. Guests may be invited
and must register in the guest book
and will be permitted three free
visits. Other resolutions adopted
include the physical examination of
members who desire to take part
:n athletic work by a qualified
physician A resolution urging all
members to attend the memorial
diamond ball game next Sunday
evening at Flamingo park to raise
j funds for an Ernie Weinkle trophy.
ivas adopted. The club will have
] a special section reserved for its
members and a member of the club
will be stationed at the gate to di-
rect members to this reserved por-
tion.

The third of a series of summer
dances sponsored by the Junior
King Funeral Home
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We all know this is the ,
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winners of the previous contests
will meet at the fourth and final
dance which will be held shortly.
The winner of the final contest will
receive a beautiful silver loving cup
which has been provided. In charge
of the dance to be held are Miss
Marjorie Predinger. Daisy Shaff.
Claire Hodes. Pauline Shonfeld.
Man- Ann Kaunas. Lee Kasanoff
and Mrs. Bessie Wernikoff.

Mrs. Herman L. Abrahams of Mi-
ami Beach, is a patient at the Vic- !
toria hospital.
.
The attention of our readers is
directed to the sale of paints begin-
ning today and continuing through
the entire month of August at Bin-
swanger & Co.. 1206 N. E. 2nd ave..
featuring the well-known O'Briens
paints Manx items carrying a re-
duction of 50 per cent or more in
price. O'Brien's paints have been
known for quality particularly in
this climate because of the tung oil
it contains

The girls' division of the Hebrew
Athletic club conducted its ini-
tiations Tuesday rjiaht. Mem-
bers initiated were Helen and Lil-
lian Eisman. Ida Engler. Shirley
Elkm. Theda Maurer. Josephine
Goodman. Gladys Greenberg. Rose
Levin. Evelyn Mark. Shirley Rosen-
thai. Adelaide Sherman. Gloria
Streik. Mildred Zinn and Gladys
Abenson.
A committee to assist in the bene-
fit card party the club will
sponsor Tuesday night includes
Miss Elkin and Miss Lillian Eisman.
Miss Gladys Greenberg is librarian
and will be assisted by Miss Engler
and Miss Streik.

Miss Helen Lipton returned to
Miami after attending a course at
the summer school of the Univers-
ity of Florida at Gainesville.

The Hebrew Athletic club will
; sponsor a card party at Its club-
house next Tuesday evening. August
15 .when prizes will be awarded for
I high scores. Entertainment will be
provided and refreshments will be
served. In charge of arrangements
is a committee which includes Leo
Chaikin. Murray Grossman, Mrs. M.
Kellman. Nat Blumberg and Sol
Levin. Jerry Reiner will be master
of ceremonies. Members of the
girls' division will assist in enter-
taining.

The first of a series of birthday
fund parties being sponsored by the
Junior Council of Jewish Women
will be held at the home of Miss
Lee Kasanoff and will be in the
form o fa barnyard carnival. Other
hostesses are Daisy Shaff. Mary
Bandel and Claire Simon.

An important meeting of the He-
brew Athletic Club will be held at
the club rooms on Wednesday eve-
ning. August 16. when the matter
ganization will be finally acted on.
All members are urged to attend.

Mrs. I. Tannenbaum and dauuh-
ter. Carolyn, returned to Miami
after \i Itlng m New York and At-
lantic City.
0
New sales record set by George
Patterson. Inc., distributors for
General Electric Refrigerators since
Mr. Watson was appointed sales
manager August 1. Two refrigera-
tors a day have been sold since the
first of this month. A sales con-
test is being conducted and every
man making his quota gets a suit of
clothes. MJ. Watson emphasizes
the fact that now is the time to
buy General Electric Refrigerators
because articles used in the manu-
facture of this product have shown
a tremendous upward trend in
price, which is bound to reflect in
price
the General Electrir
Refrigerator. The George Patter-
son showroom is located at 1405
Biscayne blvd.. where a complete
line of these General Electric Moni-
tor Top Refrigerators are on dis-
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 193.1.
VOL. 6. No. 32
You Can't Loose
Your Shadow
Hitlerism has demonstrated one
lesson, namely, that Jews rant es-
cape from themselves. They may
engage plastic surgeons to Aryanlze
their noses: they may chancre their
names: they may withdraw from
Hie synagogue; they may withdraw
from the Jewish life completely.
They may Intermarry and join a
Christian church; they may become
Pulitzers and Belmonts and Dillons
and Monds and Kahns. Leopold
Auers, and any one of a million
others who have tried to escape
from their own Jewish shadows,
but the world insists on taking them
at a Jewish valuation. This hap-
pened when the Dreyfuss case was
acute and all Jewry and those on
the fringe as well crowded closei
together than ever before. It has
always been thus throughout his-
tory. Merely to emphasize this
thought we quote this brief state-
ment from a review of Feuchtwan-
ger's book "Josephus." which we
find In the "Jewish Transcript" of
Seattle.
"Fcuchtwanger's book, while val-
uable because it contains much in-
formation, is an apology for Jose-
phus rather than a description of
him. This may be due to the psy-
chological similarity between Jose-
phus and his party and twentieth
century German Jewry on one
hand, a lack of Jewish assertiveness
and race pride, and on the other,
a desire to adopt the habits and
thought of the community and treat
Judaism merely as an ancestral
handicap for which they are not
responsible.
"German Jewry's present plight
should teach them that, like the
party of Josephus, they lose the
good-will of their own race with-
out gaining either the good-will or
the respect of non-Jews.
"Failure to observe the laws of
the country in which one resides,
disregard for its institutions, lack
of patriotism and the failure to
serve one's country in time of need.
should be discouraged. A proper
self-respect, pride of ancestry and
race, however, Is another thing. A
good Jew is a good citizen.
"The twentieth century does not
materially differ from the first cen-
tury. Two thousand years may
change habits and customs, but ii
Page Three
does not change human nature. Hit-
ler, with his illegitimate Jewish an-
cestry, is no different from Tibe-
rius Alexander, one of the Roman
generals serving under Titus, who
was the offspring of an Alexan-
drian Jew and Egyptian concu-
bine."
We have no quarrel with any in-
dividual who chooses to change hi
religion from conviction and be-
cause he finds what he Is seeking
in some other faith, If a Jew de-
sires to adopt Ethical Culture or
Christian Science or Unitarianism
or any ol the other religions popu-
lar with some of our people that is
his right and privilege. Bui when
such a change is made to throw
dust in the eyes of the world and
try to escape from their JEWISH
selves, then they receive a shock
such as the Jews of Germany are
now undergoing. The longer we
live and the wiser we become the
best policy for one to live by Is
BE YOURSELF.
Relief Campaign
Passes Million Mark
i Continued from page onei
eager to give them all the help in
their power They have organized
a i' hit and reconstruction commit-
tee to which they are contributing
sums from their continually dimin-
ishing resources. This committee,
known as the Zentralausschuss
fuer mile uncl Aufbau is headed b\
Chief Rabbi Leo Baeck ol Berlin,
and included among its members
so notable a personage as Dr. Carl
Melchior. This committee is being
given our fullest co-operation.
"i am asked every day; 'Whai
can be done for the Jews ol Ger-
many' I tell them that the one and
only thing that we can do for them
is to furnish them with the funds
they need in order to rebuild, if
only in part, that which the Nazis
have so ruthlessly torn down. Yet
this one thing which we can do
best, large numbers of American
Jews. I regret to say. are neglect-
ing to do. Happily, there are a suf-
ficient number of generous men
and women in this country to make
up for those who have failed to re-
spond to this fundamental appeal
Otherwise, we would have to hang
our heads in shame and stand si-
lent in face of this greatest outrage
against Jewry in all human history.
What right have we to make de-
mands on behalf of the Jews of
Germany if we do not respond to
their appeal for help? What good
will be the rights we may secure
for them, if we. ourselves, by our
niggardliness and worse, have de-
prived them of the strength to sur-
vive until these rights are won for
them?"
A Priest's Testimony
On Hitler
t Continued from page one)
German commerce, could no longer
be stopped."
Monsignor Francheski then re-
lates the opinion of another Ger-
man concerning the attitude of the
Germans toward freedom. "We good
Germans, what we want is to be able
to gather around our beer mugs
and discuss politics in a peaceful,
quiet way. They can't shut our
mouths. Neither Bismarck nor
Frederick the Great demanded the
infinite adoration of his people. If
Hitler intends to do in Germany
what Iv{ussolini did in Italy, he
can't last long."
"These words." Francheski says in
his article, "were spoken to me not
by a revolutionary, but by a priest.
The hour Is darker in Germany
than in any other country. Let us
hope that no storm will come out
of this darkness." the article ends.
Monsignor Francheski's expres-
sion of opinion made a very favor-
able impression in Buenos Aires,
not only because of its anti-Hitler
tone, but more particularly because
the article appeared in a magazine
that had recently given some vindi-
cation of being anti-Semitically in-
clined. There is also considerable
hope that Francheski's article will
help weaken the anti-Semitic prop-
aganda extant in local circles of
Catholic intellectuals, among whom
there has been considerable sym-
pathy with Hitlerism recently.
Monsignor Francheski is a respect-
ed leader among the Catholic Intel-
lectuals. The magazine "Orlterio,"
of which he is the editor, is occa-
sionally anti-Semitic. In it were
printed the demagogical incitements
of the "Protocols of the Elders of
Zion." and of Henry Ford's "In-
ternational Jew." the latter much
alter Ford had withdrawn his anti-
SemitiC insipidities.
Only a lew weeks ago "Criterio".
printed an anti-Semitic attack upon
the young Spanish-Jewish writer,
Rebecca Alperson 'translator of the
poetry of Jeduha Halevi), for an
article about the Agudah. The ar-
ticle had been printed in the daily
"La Nation."
Monsignor Francheski's condem-
nation of Hitler's anti-Semitic atro-
cities has therefore come as a real
surprise. It appears that the anti-
Semitic note which had crept into
"Criterio" while Director Francheski
was away has been removed.The
Ohio Jewish Chronicle.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagogue,
will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock
ndaj morning on "Loving the
Stranger." In addition to the ser-
mon there will be prayers, scripture
reading and a question box.
Teacher: "Who says nothing when
he Ls in the wrong?"
Abie, aged five, youngest of a
family of nine: "A clever man."
Teacher: "And who says nothing
even when he is in the right?"
Abie: "A married man."
A pessimist says that there Is but
one thing more awkward than a
man learning to dance and that is
a woman learning to swim.
Science finds that bacteria in
milk are killed by certain tones.
Particular customers will demand
that their Grade A be pasteurized
by the better crooners.
While the recovery drive Is shap-
ing up on war lines, we are assured
on high authority that salmon and
knitted wrist-warmers are in no
wise compulsory.
Stage magicians, also, are work-
ing on a code. To divide employ-
ment, it Is understood they will saw
women in four hereafter, instead of
two.
Modern biographers who make
Captain Kidd out to be quite a fel-
low could do a lot for George III.
as his taxes weren't so awful, rel-
atively.
A tentative code has been decided
upon by the salesmen employed in
the infants' and children's wear in-
dustry. We have read it, and it
seems equitable. Bui they might at
least have asked General Johnson
to do something about the mini-
mum birth rate.
THE
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A beautiful young Jewess and
her mother were discussing the
eternal marriage question.
"Well, there's Isaac Goldstein."
murmured the mother, thoughtful-
ly, after a long pause.
"Isaac Goldstein," sneered the
girl. "He is old. he is ugly, he is
mean, he is a coward. Isaac Gold-
stein. Why. he has nothing in the
world to recommend him except his
wealth."
"You forget his heart trouble."
said the mother, calmly.
Excavators of a buried city in
Persia find a group disposed about
a table in attitudes suggesting slum-
ber. Hunt for the economic agenda
presses on.
It isn't known what the NRA'S
blue eagle could do with the cog
wheel, but some say it might drop
the bolt of lightning into the beer.
"Americans whip a depression as
soon as they tire ol it," says Gen.
Johnson. Its just a matter, it
seems, of being fed up on starva-
tion.
Mr Garner may take in the fair.
Chicago visitors had complained
(hat they walked through miles of
exhibits but couldn't find the For-
gotten Man.
A town in Iowa Is named NIRA
\Yi Nil. though, that our candidate
lor recovery headquarters will be
Newlife, N. C.
A disappearing island in the
South Pacific has again emerged
to the surface. Personally, we should
prefer being dunked until cooler
weather.
First Mosquito: "Why arc jroil
making such a fuss?"
Second Mosquito: 'Whoopee. I
passed the screen test."
Goldberg met Goldsteein.
Said the fomer: "Levy has offered
me two thousand pounds to marry
his daughter."
Said the latter: "Levy has not got
two thousand pounds."
"Never mind." said Goldberg
proudly, "it's quite a good offer."
"I don't know which side I'm on
in this recovery.' says a baffled lo-
cal employer. "For the last three
years I've been working for my em-
ployes."
things over will never amount to
much.
When you've seen one bathing
beauty these days, you've seen her
all.
It is difficult for a truthful man
to become an enthusiast.
If your mouth Is full or your head
empty don't attempt to talk.
Few women show discretion in the
selection of things to be left un-
said.
It almost breaks a girl's heart if
she is unable to break some man's.
If we could see ourselves as oth-
ers see us, we wouldn't believe quite
all that we see.
It is far more pleasant to preach
than to practice. That's why the
minority practice.
PERSECUTION.
With deep indignation the whole
world is stirred.
Of crimes elemental, grave stories
are heard.
Jews driven from homes, in terror
each hour.
To gratify hatred by brutes drunk
with power.
We ask oi humanity no more than
our share
Of justice and treatment humane
everywhere.
Love of country, true patriotism.
we've always shown
Give us rights that are equal, then
leave us alone.
Hath Almighty God them endowed,
with the might
Us to drag in the dust 'cause of our
fair birthright."
Tho the patience of God may en-
dure, yet they'll feel
When in wrath. He strikes swiftly
there is no appeal.
Shall these vile persecutions for as
never cease.
Shall not Christians and Jews live
in harmony and peace?
Look deep in your hearts should
there hatred be.
Remember! your Savior has the
same blood as we.
Let us lift up our voices and pray
for the day.
When these poor erring children be
shown the right way.
This message from God we may
hear from above,
"Let there be peace on earth, broth-
erhood, love."
The small boy who can pass
through a room without knocking
STICK TO THE FIGHT.
When things go wrong, as they
sometimes will.
When the road you're trudging
seems all uphill.
When the funds are low and the
debts are high.
And you want to smile but you have
to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a
bit,
Rest if you must, but don't you
quit.
Life is queer with its twists and
turns,
As everyone of ous sometimes learns.
And many a failure turns about.
When he might have won if he'd
stuck it out.
Don't give up, though the pace
seems slow
You may succeed with anothei
blow.
Often the goal is nearer than
It seems to a faint and faltering
man;
Often the struggler has given up
When he might have captured the
victor's cup.
And he learned too late, when the
night slipped down.
How close he was to the golden
crown.
Success is failure turned inside
out
The silver tint of the clouds of
doubt.
And you never can tell how close
you are-
It may be nearer when it seems
afar;
So stick to the fight when you are
hardest hit
It's when things seem worst that
you mustn't quit.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Friday, August 11. 1933.
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Saittn ^ijnagng Sullrtm
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Pounder mi.i Director, Radio Byiuurog "f America
Sunday Mokmnos VIOD, Miami, 1 lorida
VOL. II. SUNDAY. AUGUST 6. 1933 No. 15 +
"Trade Codes and the Mosaic Code."
Scripture Reading, Leviticus, Chapter xix. Vits,-s n-is. Incl.
HAVE YOU read some of Die trade-codes to which the Industries ol
tiu nation must subscribe under the National industrial Recovery
Act? i have. And. i believe thai the Messianic Aue is at hand. The!
footsteps oi the Messiah can be heard approaching I expected nothing
trom President Roosevelt. A man who spends the hour before his
Inauguration in meditation and communion with his Maker must give
evidence ol Divine Inspiration and guldano resident Is leading
us along the path that Moses trod. As surely as Moses led the Israelites
bondage so definitely Is Presidenl Roosevelt leading us away trom
the bondage thai has held us In its grip during the past few years. The
continental Congress obeyed Scriptures"Proclaim liberty through-
out the land. ." President Roosevelt obeys the Mosaic code. 'Thou
shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.' He goes further. He impresses the
industries and ah business that the Golden Rule is the only code to be
followed u we are to r
There is nothing miraculous in the presidents set-up. It is based on
thi :aws ot honesty, of fair-play, and .nisuce that Mos.-.- gave to the
world through the Israelites. The only possible miracle is that no one
I,,:,,:. Presidenl Roosevell had the Insight to grasp the situation nor
put such plai :ecutlon. The codes. In then- final
analysis, simmer down to thii then must be no exploitation of labor,
and there must be no unfair advai iken ol competitors. Tin
:., property ol thy leliowman be as dear to the as
own." Whethi s or Indirectly no one is to cause loss, dam-
i ..;:. B feiiown here are > ns which were legal
anfj aid n any brea law, and which were yet con-
principles oi moralitj as base and disgraceful. Such
ns in which a per e of the I
barrassment ol his neighbor for tl
proper) Mi law there were clai "put-
thi blind. Undi r the president's code
not only ui Iso illegal, because the;
advertising
iisumer mu.-; nol bi misled. A compi I not
no unfair advantage may be I
oi hii
. part of it.
I. m : hi "Judaism as
.. | i ;;, qU v Study of E al Princi-
i :.. inly undi the Goldei hat all me:.
iual claim with us to v.. hts in this
which wi neighbo In modern philosophi-
cal ia: that no man is an individual"
that Is to say. a bell Ive rights, which he may vindicate at
the expense ol othei I n 1- a 'person,' a man with a nel
with whom he shares hi those right accordingly to
with an eye to the general good, "Each man." it has been aptly
said, "must count lor one. and for no more than one." Social morality,
then, consist not In usin our fellow-man, no'. In exploiting him, but
m serving him. in practically recognizing tha' lie occupies a co-ordinate
position with ourselves m the greal republic I I humanity. Thus we
back to the old Scriptural conceptions. All men are members of
one great tamily. and all social obligation is summed up in the com-
mand to love them as one's sell -How." it may be asked, "can I love
any one exactly a- myself? A certain degree of selfishness is necessary
even lor the personality which moral teachers concede to me. A con-
flict between my Interests and those of my neiqhbor is at limes unavoid-
able. If I am to act at all. I must choose between them. I must either
sin against the law by preferring my interest to his. or equally sin against
it by preferring his to mine. The attempt to love my neighbor as mysell
mast issue in a deadlock!" But. all these difficulties arise from a mis-
conception of the purport of the maxim.
It is quite true that sometimes our neighbor's Interests seem to
clash with our own. Rivalry there must be. if the world i.1 to go on.
But.and this is the great pointthe rivalry must be maintained under
moral conditions. I may rightly contend with my fellow-man lor the
prizes of life; but I must not overreach him. All is not fair in love and
war. But rivalry does not imply a conflict of interests, as ethics under-
stands them. In truth, there is no such conflict. To do my best for my
neighbor is, after all. to do the best for myself. Philanthropy and self-
love are identical. For true self-love means self-realization in the higher
it means the development of our best capacities. And that self-
realization, that development, can be attained only by way of morality,
by acts oi justice and kindness and brotherly love. If there ever is a
seeming collision between our neighbor's well-being and our own, if ever
we hesitate between serving him and serving ourselves, it is only because
we form a wrong conception of well-being, and mistake selfishness lor
self-service.
We seek to assert ourselves as individuals, with rights that tower
above those of our brother, instead ol regarding ourselves as persons
merely co-equal with him. "The claims of individuals," says Professor
James Seth, "conflict, always and necessarily; the claims of persons
never." The moral task, therefore, lies in obeying the law of reason
which embraces the lives of our fellows as well as our own." Be a per-
son, and respect others as persons."
I believe it was Emerson who said, "To thine own self be true, and it
must follow, as the night the day. Thou canst not be false to any man."
The trades-codes that President Roosevelt has issued to be binding upon
the industries of the Nation will effect the improvement and the recovery
that he foresees. They must, for they are based on the Torah. on fhe
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Mi-s. Jacob Winner and sons.
Harvey and Ted. are spending a
month at Treasure Island Beach,
near St. Petersburg. Mrs. Witlner
is corresponding secretary for the
Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodolph Shom-
loin Temple and has served in this
capacity for the last three years.

Miss Florence Haimowitz is spend-
Ing her vacation with her parents.
Mr and Mrs Ben Haimowitz. at
Clearwater, Fla.. and expects to re-
turn to Syracuse University the be-
ginning ol September.

Rabbi Rudolph Burger announces
:) services at the Rodolph sholom
Synagogue Friday at 8 p. m. and
Saturday at i) a. m. Hebrew school
is open every morning from 9 to
11:30.
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Mrs David Stein and her daugh-
ter are home from their vacation
spenl m Chicago. Daytona Beach
and Miami Beach.
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Mr Meyer Hanan Klsler, owner
of Kisler's pharmacy. Tampa, has
Just returned from an extensive
trip to Palestine, where he visited
his parents, Mr. anci Mrs Jonah
: o: Clar Tabor, near Haifa
Palestine, alter an absence
years While in Palestine he visited
iel Aviv, Haifa, Jaffa
and mosl ol the new Jewish colon-
On las way to Palestine, he
: al Alexandria. 1 yp
back went by train
lo Brtndisi, Hon., Naples and Ge-
: ., and while in Rome, vIsited thi
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Mr-. B. J. Finman ol -.'308 North
Boulevard Ridgewood Park, Tampa,
lias just returned from Galne
she was a student of
the University ol Florida and made
the Honor Society.
...
I i tet I ebowitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Lebovvit/. will be bar
mitzvah Saturday. August 19. at the
Rodolph sholom synagogue, with
Rabbi A Burger officiating.
Services every Friday might, 8
p. m. Saturday morning at 9 a. m.
Rodolph Sholem congregation, cor-
ner Palm ave. and Jefferson St..
Tampa. Conservative Temple, with
Rabbi Adolph Burger, officiating.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Zbar. of 406 W.
Park ave., and their daughters.
Frances and Jeanette. have left for
an extended motor trip to New
York. Atlantic City and the world's
fair at Chicago.

Mr. Louis Wohl and daughters.
Clara and Sarah, of 1037 9th ave .
are spending the summer at Clear-
water Beach.

Dr. Leon Schwartz and his guest,
Dr. Alfred Augustine of New York,
are leaving for Sarasota. where they
will spend a little time with l)r
Augustine's parents.

Mrs. Zimmerman of Atlanta Ga.,
:.- visiting her daughter and son-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs Ed Finman, Of
Tampa, Fla.
...
Mi.-s Mildred Silverman, daugh-
ter of Mrs. I. Silverman. has re-
turned from the University of Flor-
ida. Gainesville, where she has bei n
talcing extension work for the past
seven weeks.

The second cruise aboard thi
yawl Irondequolt was held Sunday
by the Mern fellows. The par:'.
iel l Marjorle Park yacht basin a'. 2
m the afternoon and run-
ning through two heavy squalU
: s: Peter burg In time for
a Chinese dinner, returning lo the
il 7:0 O'clock, The lire on tin
mainland near Little Manatei
which Interested many ol Tampa
itl
attenl Ion ol Matt Dopes :
ley and he and Captain Ta '<
chan theli course in that direi -
: yawl docked al Davis
it midnl hi
KREISLER WILL NOT
IM.AV IN GERMANY.
Berlin. Mr. Fritz Kreisler, the
eminent violinist who since his re-
turn from Amerii a Hood-
ed With invitations to appear In
concerts In Germany, has issued a
statement In which he rejects pre-
ferential treatment and says thai
he will not appear in Germany un-
less the discrimination against alien
artists will cease. "Art is Interna-
tional," he said, "and I oppose
chauvinism in art wherever I en-
counter it." Mr. Kreisler is a non-
Jew, according to his own state-
ment.
Mosaic Code. Through these codes the lesson is brought home Id the
captains of industry and to the merchant princes that only by being hon-
est, just, and equitable can thec survive. Religious ethics must control
business.
When, on our own soil, in Palestine, the ancient kings of Israel, sat
upon their thrones, and. with the Holy Scroll of the law on their laps,
they dealt out justice to their citizens, then, the land was prosperous, "a
land 1 lowing with milk and honey." When Torah-justice ceased from
the land. and. the princes and leaders turned their backs on the Divine
Law. misfortune befell the people. We. of this age, had neglected Divine
Law: we had run wild, during the past years, respecting no laws. We
saw ourselves rapidly sinking. Now. the Chief Executivu of the land
has taken the Torah on his lap: President Roosevelt has administered
justice in accordance with the Mosaic Code; the business of the Nation
is to be run in accordance with a code that is patterned after the Torah.
We shall soon have ample evidence of the flow of the milk and the
honey. May God grant our president. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the
wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Samson, the patience of Job. and the
inspiration of Moses.
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Friday. August 11. 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
i-age Five
SOCIETY
Mrs. Rosengarten will return
,, the my today after an absence
ol several months spent visiting
natives and friends in her former
home in Connecticut.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer and
Mr. Henry Seitlin will return to the
city today after an absence of sev-
eral weeks spent visiting relatives
and lriends in New York.

Rain." the Joan Crawford star-
ring vehicle which comes to the
Tivoli theatre Sunday and Monday.
is the first of a series of feature
liims made by Lewis Milestone, ace
director-producer, under his ncwly-
lormed affiliation with Joseph M.
Schenck and the Art Cinema Cor-
poration.
Joan Crawford was loaned to
United Artists by Metro-Goldwyn-
TOOL!
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W. Flag-ler "I 8th Phone 2-J352
1 NEW POLICY 20c ALL DAY
| Sunday-Monday. August 13-14:
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I JOAN CRAWFORD
Mayer lor the leading role, this bc-
Ing 'he first time a star Of he:'
magnitude has been let out by that
company. And around here has
been assembled one of the great I
casts in years, its members includ-
ing Walter Huston, William Gar-
Ban, last season's Broadway sensa-
tion: Matt Moore, Guy Kibbee, Wal-
ter Catlett, Beulah Bondi. Kendall
Lee. Ben Hendricks and Frederick
Howard. And ace-artisans were
chosen for the photography, art di-
rection, sound technique and film
editing.
The story concerns itself witli a
girl of nondescript reputation who.
with several other passengers on a
South Sea schooner, is marooned
on the small island of Pago Pago
when cholera breaks out among the
crew. And the entire action of the
story occurs while the quarantine is
in effect. The central characters
are a brimstone-smelling reformer
and the lady of limber morals whom
he tries to force into a path of
lectitude, with a sergeant of ma-
rines siding with the girl and fi-
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"Mr. Robinson Crusoe."' the new
Douglas Fairbanks picture, comes
to the 7th Ave. theatre on Sunday
and Monday, and thus picture-goers
will witness for the first time the
new forte of the sprightly Holly-
wood star, a forte crammed with
adventure in far-away places.
"Mr. Robinson Crusoe" was made
in the mast adventurous film expe-
dition ever undertaken by Fair-
banks. While in no sense a literal
translation of the famous Crusoe
tale, it contains much that bears
the Crusoe flavor, particularly that
portion dealing with adventures
upon a desert isle.
With characteristic enthusiasm,
Doug goes Robinson Crusoe one
better in all that he does, but. un-
like Crusoe, he does it with a sense
of humor. For example. Doug's
man Friday is Friday the Thir-
teenth. And te girl wo. in the role
of dusty tropical maiden, furnishes
the love interest is known as Satur-
day. And there are cannibals and
battles and always high adventure
of the rollicking sort for which Fair-
banks is famous.
"The theme of the tale," ex-
plained Doug., "is keyed in the pur-
poseful character of a modern Rob-
inson Crusoe who tackles and meets
every emergency with this thought:
There's a way out.' In this is re-
flected a spirit of hope and opti-
mism, a concrete truth that 'happi-
ness is just around the conrer'."
Douglas Fairbanks
star aflAr Robinson Crusoe"
West Palm Beach
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Hani

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Laundry
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1 Ybor City, Tampa, Fla. |
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Blicher left
Sunday for Chicago, where Dr.
Blicher will attend the dental con-
vention.
*
Mr. Philip May and son Herbert
returned from a six-weeks' vaca-
tion trip to New York.

Mr. M. Ptaschnick of New Yorrk
is visiting the Misses Ann Dunn and
Selma Kay.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg re-
turned Mbnday from a business
and pleasure trip to New York.

Mrs. Ben Ryder was hostess at a
benefit card party last Sunday at
the Monterey hotel for the Beth El
Sisterhood. Prizes for high scores
were awarded to Mrs. I. Mass and
Mrs. J. Held. Delicious refreshments
were served during the evening.

Bnai Brith held a business meet-
ing at the Moose Hall with Mr. P.
Feldman presiding.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash and
children and brother. John Saltz-
tnan, left for Jacksonville, where
they will visit for a week.

Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold left for
Jacksonville for the week and will
return together with their daugh-
ter. Frances, who has been spend-
ing the summer there.

Miss Florence Shutzer, daughter'
of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Shutzer, left
lor a two months' visit to Newark.
N. J., to visit relatives and friends
So, the big surprise will have to
wall ;i bit.
I don't know why Rita left such
an important thing as hair until
almost the last thing but everything
in the line of beauty is important
and something has to be left for
the last.
First of all I went to a barber
who really was an artist in his line.
He cut my hair to suit my face and
to bring out my best points. Some-
times it's very difficult to find a
barber who can really advise you as
to how you should wear your hair
and in that case it's wise "> spend
a little time fussing around with
your hair until you discover for
yourself the most becoming coiffure
for your type.
I found out that the care of your
hair is even more important than
the way that you wear it because
without healthy, lustrous hair no
hairdress is becoming. So. dearest,
spend a low moments each morning
and evening manipulating that
tight old scalp of yours. Place your
lingers firmly on your scalp and ro-
tate it. covering the entire head and
then pull your hair. Yes. I said
PULLpulling stimulates the scalp
and starts the blood circulating.
Brush your hair every night if
you're not afraid of harming your
wave, and brushing wont harm a
good wave in the least.
Rita says that it's a good idea to
apply a good tonic to your hair sev-
eral times a week and then do your
pulling and massaging. You'd be
surprised how quickly your hair re-
sponds to a hot oil shampoo if it's
inclined to be dry. Just apply hot
olive oil to your scalp at night,
steam it in with hot towels, and
wash it out the next morning.
Well, I can't keep it away from
you any longer, so here's the glad
news: I'm going home next week
and I'm so excited that I can hardly
think of another thing. Of course,
Bill doesn't know 'hut I'm coming
and maybe he doesn't carebut
I know he'll see a great change in
me, and maybe. I'm just i>
that he'll give me back thai en-
gagement ring that I so foolishly
gave up. I know that DeVere Har-
lej never meant anything to him
it was just her attractiveness thai
dazzled him, and so if he ever was
in love with meand I'm sure lie
must have beenhe'll be so happy
when he sees the great change that
has come over me. My next letter
will probably be written after I've
seen him and pray that it'll be the
letter that I want it to be.
Happily yours, JOAN.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. August 11, 1933
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
Mr and Mrs Nal Bcrnian cele-
brated their 25th wedding am
ary at 1 heir home Wednesday. Au-
gust 9.
Mr H. N. Roth was appointed
City judge last Wednesday. Judge
Roth la the only Jewish judge In
the state of Florida.

Mr Schwartzwald spent Honda}
In Orlando and left the next day
for Daytona Beach, where he and
his wife are living during the sum-
mer months.

Mr and Mrs Kanner had as their
house g ICSl last week their daugh-
ter Mrs, Wm. Shayne from Miami.

Martin Segel and Joe Baker just
returned home. They attended sum-
mer school at Gainesville University.

Mrs. Nat Bennan was appointed
major of the Sixth division and Mr.
B. J. Cohen was appointed major
of the Third division in the NRA
campaign.

Mi Burnette Roth, who has been
attending summer school at Gaines-
ville University .left for Daytona
Beach to join his mother, who Ls
staying at the beach for the sum-
mer.

City of Miami
Bonds
Robert H. Cook
> Incorporated)
748 Ingraham B!dg.
Phone 2-1191
Licensed Security Dealer and
led Tax Collection Agency
The
Commandments
Up To Date
By H. A. OVERSTREET.
And life spoke tnese words, say-
ing: "I am the Spirit of Truth and
Justice and Beauty and Love which
have brought you out of savagery
into civilization, out of the bondage
in brute into the freedom of the
Man.
I. You shall hold nothing more
precious 111 life than truth, justice,
beauty and love.
II. You shall not .substitute for
truth, justice, beauty and love lies,
injustice, ugliness and cruelty. You
shall not pattern yourselves on
them, nor serve them, for when in-
justice rules, and when lies, ugli-
iiid cruelty prevail, misery 1-
visited upon the children ol men
from generation to generation.
III. You must not speak fair
words and do foul deeds, for your
pretense will surely find you out.
IV. You mast have times of quiet
for taking stock of yourself, lest 111
the hurry of much occupation you
lose sight of life's genuine values.
Such times of quiet must be tor
everyone; you must not so consume
the lives that are within your con-
trol that they are too weary to hold
communion with themselves. For
work was made for man. not man
for work. Life is the everlasting
rhythm of accomplishment and
contemplation.
V You must honor all that
Which is greatly to be honored,
whether in lather or mother, sis-
ter Or brother, friend and neighbor.
or in those of all times and ages
who have brought some measure of
value to life; since In honoring
them you cause to endure that her-
itage ol greatness which brings to
life yet further greatness,
VI. Save in defense against
criminal assault, you must not kill
either on your own Impulse or at
the behest 01 others.
VII You must live your sex life
f
I
In the spirit of love and loyalty.
VIII. You must not take that
Which does not In justice and truth
and mercy belong to you.
IX. You must refrain from slan-
der and from evil gossip.
x You must find genuine values
in your own life, nor be led to wish
tilings simply because your neigh-
possess them.
xi. You must desire that the
Inline-- ol life be granted to every-
one, nor must you do anything that
hinders the realization of that full-
ness.
XII You must be able to laugh
m the lace ol life's incongruities,
XIII. You must keep your cour-
age In the lace of hies disasters.
XIV You must keep warm your
sympathy and make effective your
help for those in distress,
XV. From childhood through old
age vow must keep yourself alert
and growing, and you must welcome
a world that is alert and growing
And the Spirit of Life spoke fur-
ther words:
You aie not each of you one man
or one woman and no more. You
are a nation, a people, a world.
For the sake of your own enrich-
ment, you must not take to your-
; self from your neighbor nor join
With your group to take from your
neighbor-group. For as man is one
in nature, so must your interests
and your destiny be one from end
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GREAT BRITAIN AGAINST
JEWISH COLONIZATION.
Paris. England is opposed to
Jewish colonization in Transjor-
dania because the Jews would not
be safe there on account of Arab
opposition, the Jewish Morning
Journal's correspondent in Geneva
learns from reliable sources. The
British government's position with
regard to Jewish colonization In
Transjordanla was presented to the
Mandates Commission of the Lea-
cue of Nations at an executive ses-
sion last June when certain mem-
bers asked why England did not
permit such colonization.
The usual services begin at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 8:30 and Mincha services, fol-
lowed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late
services have been discontinued un-
til the High Holidays. Daily service!
beuin at 8 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
III N. K. Ninrtrrnth .Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Beginning with services on Prldaj
night, services will be held in Kap-
lan hall during the summer months,
and will be very briel Services for
Hie benefit of those who take theii
n seriously and wish to at-
'end services.
I BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conscrvnlive)
139 N. W. Third A.enue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Friday evi nln ervici tx gin al
*i:30 p.m. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed
by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily ser-
vices begin at 8 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1515 S. W. Third Street
Friday evening services begin at
0:30 p.m. Saturday morning m i
begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and
Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud
Torah will resume on Monday at
the usual hour. Arrangements for
Yahrzelt may be made by calling
the sexton, Mr. William Clein, 2-
0379.
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GERMAN TOWN, JEW AIDED.
Ol'STS JEWS FROM MARKET
Berlin. The town of Bli
to which A. S. Rosenthal, an Ameri-
can Jew born there, gave $50,000
lour years ago as a fund to relieve
the poor without distinction of race
or religion, announced today that
Jews would not be permittee! to
trade In horses, cattle and fowl in
the town's public market.
JEWISH ARTISTS EXHIBIT
THEIR WORK AT TEL AVIV.
Jerusalem. A number of Jewish
artists who recently arrived In this
country, have given an exhibition
of their paintings at the museum in
Tel Aviv. There were Goldberg.
Jaskel. Polack. Kubriansky, Rabino-
witz, Chabor, St-'inhardt and
Schwartz.
Dr. Carl Schwartz, who was cura-
tor of the Jewish Museum in Ber-
lin, has been appointed to the same
position at the Museum of Tel Aviv.
"The Jews in Art." published in
German, is one of Dr. Schwartz's
best-known books.
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Page lour THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Friday, August 11. 1933. &f •:. ; FouiuMr :i %  %  i Director, ruraio ajriuwuii > % %  .....•'£ ;!; c. .,..> Umunir.1 VI'IOD. MIAMI, 1 LORIDA •:• Saittn ^ijnagng Sullrtm Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Pounder MI.I Director, Radio Byiuurog "f America SUNDAY MOKMNOS VIOD, MIAMI, 1 LORIDA VOL. II. SUNDAY. AUGUST 6. 1933 No. 15 + "Trade Codes and the Mosaic Code." Scripture Reading, Leviticus, Chapter xix. VITS,-S n-is. Incl. H AVE YOU READ some of Die trade-codes to which the Industries ol tiu nation must subscribe under the National industrial Recovery Act? i have. And. i believe thai the Messianic Aue is at hand. The! footsteps oi the Messiah can be heard approaching I expected nothing trom President Roosevelt. A man who spends the hour before his Inauguration in meditation and communion with his Maker must give evidence ol Divine Inspiration and guldano resident Is leading us along the path that Moses trod. As surely as Moses led the Israelites bondage so definitely Is Presidenl Roosevelt leading us away trom the bondage thai has held us In its grip during the past few years. The continental Congress obeyed Scriptures—"Proclaim liberty throughout the land. ." President Roosevelt obeys the Mosaic code. 'Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.' He goes further. He impresses the industries and ah business that the Golden Rule is the only code to be followed u we are to r There is nothing miraculous in the presidents set-up. It is based on thi :aws ot honesty, of fair-play, and .nisuce that Mos.-.gave to the world through the Israelites. The only possible miracle is that no one I,,:,,:. Presidenl Roosevell had the Insight to grasp the situation nor %  put such plai :ecutlon. The codes. In thenfinal analysis, simmer down to thii then must be no exploitation of labor, and there must be no unfair advai iken ol competitors. Tin :., property ol thy leliowman be as dear to the as own." Whethi s or Indirectly no one is to cause loss, dami .. ;: • B feiiown here are > ns which were legal anf j aid n any brea law, and which were yet conprinciples oi moralitj as base and disgraceful. Such ns in which a per e of the I barrassment ol his neighbor for tl proper) Mi law there were clai "putthi blind. Undi r the president's code not only ui %  Iso illegal, because the; advertising iisumer mu.-; nol bi misled. A compi I not no unfair advantage may be I oi hii part of it. I. M : %  hi "Judaism as .. | i ;; q U v Study of E al Princii :.. inly undi the Goldei hat all me:. iual claim with us to v.. hts in this which wi neighbo In modern philosophical ia: that no man is an %  i ndividual"— that Is to say. a bell Ive rights, which he may vindicate at the expense ol othei I n 1a 'person,' a man with a nel with whom he shares hi those right accordingly to • with an eye to the general good, "Each man." it has been aptly said, "must count lor one. and for no more than one." Social morality, then, consist not In usin our fellow-man, no'. In exploiting him, but m serving him. in practically recognizing tha' lie occupies a co-ordinate position with ourselves m the greal republic I I humanity. Thus we back to the old Scriptural conceptions. All men are members of one great tamily. and all social obligation is summed up in the command to love them as one's sell -How." it may be asked, "can I love any one exactly amyself? A certain degree of selfishness is necessary even lor the personality which moral teachers concede to me. A conflict between my Interests and those of my neiqhbor is at limes unavoidable. If I am to act at all. I must choose between them. I must either sin against the law by preferring my interest to his. or equally sin against it by preferring his to mine. The attempt to love my neighbor as mysell mast issue in a deadlock!" But. all these difficulties arise from a misconception of the purport of the maxim. It is quite true that sometimes our neighbor's Interests seem to clash with our own. Rivalry there must be. if the world i.1 to go on. But.—and this is the great point—the rivalry must be maintained under moral conditions. I may rightly contend with my fellow-man lor the prizes of life; but I must not overreach him. All is not fair in love and war. But rivalry does not imply a conflict of interests, as ethics understands them. In truth, there is no such conflict. To do my best for my neighbor is, after all. to do the best for myself. Philanthropy and selflove are identical. For true self-love means self-realization in the higher it means the development of our best capacities. And that selfrealization, that development, can be attained only by way of morality, by acts oi justice and kindness and brotherly love. If there ever is a seeming collision between our neighbor's well-being and our own, if ever we hesitate between serving him and serving ourselves, it is only because we form a wrong conception of well-being, and mistake selfishness lor self-service. We seek to assert ourselves as individuals, with rights that tower above those of our brother, instead ol regarding ourselves as persons merely co-equal with him. "The claims of individuals," says Professor James Seth, "conflict, always and necessarily; the claims of persons never." The moral task, therefore, lies in obeying the law of reason which embraces the lives of our fellows as well as our own." Be a person, and respect others as persons." I believe it was Emerson who said, "To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day. Thou canst not be false to any man." The trades-codes that President Roosevelt has issued to be binding upon the industries of the Nation will effect the improvement and the recovery that he foresees. They must, for they are based on the Torah. on fhe Tampa, Fla. Notes Mi-s. Jacob Winner and sons. Harvey and Ted. are spending a month at Treasure Island Beach, near St. Petersburg. Mrs. Witlner is corresponding secretary for the Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodolph Shomloin Temple and has served in this capacity for the last three years. • • • Miss Florence Haimowitz is spendIng her vacation with her parents. Mr and Mrs Ben Haimowitz. at Clearwater, Fla.. and expects to return to Syracuse University the beginning ol September. • • Rabbi Rudolph Burger announces :) services at the Rodolph sholom Synagogue Friday at 8 p. m. and Saturday at i) a. m. Hebrew school is open every morning from 9 to 11:30. • • Mrs David Stein and her daughter are home from their vacation spenl m Chicago. Daytona Beach and Miami Beach. • Mr Meyer Hanan Klsler, owner of Kisler's pharmacy. Tampa, has Just returned from an extensive trip to Palestine, where he visited his parents, Mr. anci Mrs Jonah : o: Clar Tabor, near Haifa Palestine, alter an absence years While in Palestine he visited iel Aviv, Haifa, Jaffa and mosl ol the new Jewish colonOn las way to Palestine, he : al Alexandria. 1 yp %  back went by train lo Brtndisi, Hon., Naples and Ge: ., and while in Rome, vIsited thi • Mr-. B. J. Finman ol -.'308 North Boulevard Ridgewood Park, Tampa, lias just returned from Galne she was a student of the University ol Florida and made the Honor Society. ... I i tet I ebowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lebovvit/. will be bar mitzvah Saturday. August 19. at the Rodolph sholom synagogue, with Rabbi A Burger officiating. Services every Friday might, 8 p. m. Saturday morning at 9 a. m. Rodolph Sholem congregation, corner Palm ave. and Jefferson St.. Tampa. Conservative Temple, with Rabbi Adolph Burger, officiating. • • • Mr. and Mrs. P. Zbar. of 406 W. Park ave., and their daughters. Frances and Jeanette. have left for an extended motor trip to New York. Atlantic City and the world's fair at Chicago. • • • Mr. Louis Wohl and daughters. Clara and Sarah, of 1037 9th ave are spending the summer at Clearwater Beach. • • • Dr. Leon Schwartz and his guest, Dr. Alfred Augustine of New York, are leaving for Sarasota. where they will spend a little time with l)r Augustine's parents. • • Mrs. Zimmerman of Atlanta Ga., :.visiting her daughter and son-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs Ed Finman, Of Tampa, Fla. ... Mi.-s Mildred Silverman, daughter of Mrs. I. Silverman. has returned from the University of Florida. Gainesville, where she has bei n talcing extension work for the past seven weeks. • • • The second cruise aboard thi yawl Irondequolt was held Sunday by the Mern fellows. The par:'. iel l Marjorle Park yacht basin a'. 2 m the afternoon and running through two heavy squalU : s: Peter burg In time for a Chinese dinner, returning lo the il 7:0 O'clock, The lire on tin mainland near Little Manatei which Interested many ol Tampa itl attenl Ion ol Matt Dopes : ley and he and Captain Ta '< %  chan theli course in that direi : % %  yawl docked al Davis •IT midnl hi KREISLER WILL NOT IM.AV IN GERMANY. Berlin. Mr. Fritz Kreisler, the eminent violinist who since his return from Amerii a Hooded With invitations to appear In concerts In Germany, has issued a statement In which he rejects preferential treatment and says thai he will not appear in Germany unless the discrimination against alien artists will cease. "Art is International," he said, "and I oppose chauvinism in art wherever I encounter it." Mr. Kreisler is a nonJew, according to his own statement. Mosaic Code. Through these codes the lesson is brought home Id the captains of industry and to the merchant princes that only by being honest, just, and equitable can thec survive. Religious ethics must control business. When, on our own soil, in Palestine, the ancient kings of Israel, sat upon their thrones, and. with the Holy Scroll of the law on their laps, they dealt out justice to their citizens, then, the land was prosperous, "a land 1 lowing with milk and honey." When Torah-justice ceased from the land. and. the princes and leaders turned their backs on the Divine Law. misfortune befell the people. We. of this age, had neglected Divine Law: we had run wild, during the past years, respecting no laws. We saw ourselves rapidly sinking. Now. the Chief Executivu of the land has taken the Torah on his lap: President Roosevelt has administered justice in accordance with the Mosaic Code; the business of the Nation is to be run in accordance with a code that is patterned after the Torah. We shall soon have ample evidence of the flow of the milk and the honey. May God grant our president. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Samson, the patience of Job. and the inspiration of Moses. Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE I.. DIXON COMPANY "TinHouse That Service Built" 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2 675l L. (Pop) GERSON1 Buyer of all kinds of scrap! metal. We sell auto parts, I machinery etc. 2141 N. W. SECOND AVENUE I s 4 Frenchy's Dollar Special SHAMPOO, FINGER WAVE WITH ARCH OR MANICURE OR I-HREE OF ANv BUCR SERVICES slim INDIVIDUALISTH ATTENTION BY FRENCHY S3.00 Facials Reduced to Sl.f.0—Marinello Fxpcrts—Manicure 50c Phone 2-4168 Dallas Park Hotel % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  H Kevs Made While You Wait R. L. (Bob) GARR Safe, Gun and Lock Expert ALL WORK GUARANTEED 211 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-07IX I 411 :^. r.. %  • BEAl'TIFY THE GRAVES! ( %  rave Marker* Made (o Order H. Cliff Dresser 1H7 X. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. August 11, 1933 Orlando, Fla. Notes. Mr and Mrs Nal Bcrnian celebrated their 25th wedding am ary at 1 heir home Wednesday. August 9. Mr H. N. Roth was appointed City judge last Wednesday. Judge Roth la the only Jewish judge In the state of Florida. • • • Mr Schwartzwald spent Honda} In Orlando and left the next day for Daytona Beach, where he and his wife are living during the summer months. • • • Mr and Mrs Kanner had as their house g ICSl last week their daughter Mrs, Wm. Shayne from Miami. • • • Martin Segel and Joe Baker just returned home. They attended summer school at Gainesville University. • • • Mrs. Nat Bennan was appointed major of the Sixth division and Mr. B. J. Cohen was appointed major of the Third division in the NRA campaign. • • • Mi Burnette Roth, who has been attending summer school at Gainesville University .left for Daytona Beach to join his mother, who Ls staying at the beach for the summer. City of Miami Bonds Robert H. Cook > Incorporated) 748 Ingraham B!dg. Phone 2-1191 Licensed Security Dealer and led Tax Collection Agency The Commandments Up To Date By H. A. OVERSTREET. And life spoke tnese words, saying: "I am the Spirit of Truth and Justice and Beauty and Love which have brought you out of savagery into civilization, out of the bondage in brute into the freedom of the Man. I. You shall hold nothing more precious 111 life than truth, justice, beauty and love. II. You shall not .substitute for truth, justice, beauty and love lies, injustice, ugliness and cruelty. You shall not pattern yourselves on them, nor serve them, for when injustice rules, and when lies, ugliiiid cruelty prevail, misery 1visited upon the children ol men from generation to generation. III. You must not speak fair words and do foul deeds, for your pretense will surely find you out. IV. You mast have times of quiet for taking stock of yourself, lest 111 the hurry of much occupation you lose sight of life's genuine values. Such times of quiet must be tor everyone; you must not so consume the lives that are within your control that they are too weary to hold communion with themselves. For work was made for man. not man for work. Life is the everlasting rhythm of accomplishment and contemplation. V You must honor all that Which is greatly to be honored, whether in lather or mother, sister Or brother, friend and neighbor. or in those of all times and ages who have brought some measure of value to life; since In honoring them you cause to endure that heritage ol greatness which brings to life yet further greatness, VI. Save in defense against criminal assault, you must not kill either on your own Impulse or at the behest 01 others. VII You must live your sex life %  f I In the spirit of love and loyalty. VIII. You must not take that Which does not In justice and truth and mercy belong to you. IX. You must refrain from slander and from evil gossip. x You must find genuine values in your own life, nor be led to wish tilings simply because your neighpossess them. xi. You must desire that the Inline-ol life be granted to everyone, nor must you do anything that hinders the realization of that fullness. XII You must be able to laugh m the lace ol life's incongruities, XIII. You must keep your courage In the lace of hies disasters. XIV You must keep warm your sympathy and make effective your help for those in distress, XV. From childhood through old age vow must keep yourself alert and growing, and you must welcome a world that is alert and growing And the Spirit of Life spoke further words: You aie not each of you one man or one woman and no more. You are a nation, a people, a world. For the sake of your own enrichment, you must not take to your; self from your neighbor nor join With your group to take from your neighbor-group. For as man is one in nature, so must your interests and your destiny be one from end i Announcements! CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Avt.. Miami Rrarh I I I I I + DESERVEDLY POPULAR GRAUPNER'S SILVER STOCK AM) X-TRA FINE B E E U S BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT "Best by Test" FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc. JOHN THEOPHILES, General Manager 156 W. Flakier St Phone 2-7360 EXCURSIONS W O R L D'S FAIR Round Trip from Miami to Chicago, $34.00 St. Louis, $25.90 These bargain excursion Tares on sale from all Florida points (<> Chicago, SI. I.ouis and many other North and West destinations On the following dates: September 1st, 2nd. :ird; October 5th and 6th: November 28th and 29th. REDUCED PULLMAN PARES ON AM. EXCURSION DATE8 Dixie Express Dixie Flyer Two fine, fast trains daily take you in cool comfort through the heart of Dixieland via Atlanta. Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, and Nashville—hvery mile sparkling with seenie beauty and historic interest. For complete information. All-Expense World's Fair Tours, write DIXIE FLYER ROUTE C. & E. I. I., i N. N. C. A ST. I.. M. .1. PRATT, T. P. A.. N. C. A ST. I..-L. A N. 207 S. E. First Street. Phone 2-:SI):iO MIAMI, FLORIDA to end of the earth and throughout the march of time. GREAT BRITAIN AGAINST JEWISH COLONIZATION. Paris. — England is opposed to Jewish colonization in Transjordania because the Jews would not be safe there on account of Arab opposition, the Jewish Morning Journal's correspondent in Geneva learns from reliable sources. The British government's position with regard to Jewish colonization In Transjordanla was presented to the Mandates Commission of the Leacue of Nations at an executive session last June when certain members asked why England did not permit such colonization. The usual services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 and Mincha services, followed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late services have been discontinued until the High Holidays. Daily service! beuin at 8 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) III N. K. Ninrtrrnth .Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Beginning with services on Prldaj night, services will be held in Kaplan hall during the summer months, and will be very briel Services for Hie benefit of those who take theii n seriously and wish to at'end services. I BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conscrvnlive) 139 N. W. Third A.enue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Friday evi nln ervici tx gin al *i:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily services begin at 8 a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1515 S. W. Third Street Friday evening services begin at 0:30 p.m. Saturday morning M I begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud Torah will resume on Monday at the usual hour. Arrangements for Yahrzelt may be made by calling the sexton, Mr. William Clein, 20379. •*• Cole's Shoe Shop Highest Quality Workmanship and Materials Visit Our New Location 1233 WEST FLAGLER ST. Opposite Firestone Station ] GERMAN TOWN, JEW AIDED. Ol'STS JEWS FROM MARKET Berlin. — The town of Bli to which A. S. Rosenthal, an American Jew born there, gave $50,000 lour years ago as a fund to relieve the poor without distinction of race or religion, announced today that Jews would not be permittee! to trade In horses, cattle and fowl in the town's public market. JEWISH ARTISTS EXHIBIT THEIR WORK AT TEL AVIV. Jerusalem. — A number of Jewish artists who recently arrived In this country, have given an exhibition of their paintings at the museum in Tel Aviv. There were Goldberg. Jaskel. Polack. Kubriansky, Rabinowitz, Chabor, St-'inhardt and Schwartz. Dr. Carl Schwartz, who was curator of the Jewish Museum in Berlin, has been appointed to the same position at the Museum of Tel Aviv. 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Friday, August 11, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PI IBUSHBD KVKKV FRIDAY b> ilu Jl WISH FI.OKIIMAN PUBLISHING CO. P. 0. Box 297.1 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICES: 11.'>-16 Security Hide. Phone 2-6193 F.DITOK1AI. OFFICES I HI S. W. 1'ith Aienuc Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCIIET, Editor EDWARD CAK1.IN. Adverti.in* Manner FRED K. BHOCBBT, Circulation Manarer CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Kntcreii HH Meond clas* matter July 4, IISO, at tin' Poal Offlc* at Miami. Florida, under the Ait of March 3. L879, WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Montha S I. 0(1 One Year 1 2.00 FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 193.1. VOL. 6. — No. 32 You Can't Loose Your Shadow Hitlerism has demonstrated one lesson, namely, that Jews rant escape from themselves. They may engage plastic surgeons to Aryanlze their noses: they may chancre their names: they may withdraw from Hie synagogue; they may withdraw from the Jewish life completely. They may Intermarry and join a Christian church; they may become Pulitzers and Belmonts and Dillons and Monds and Kahns. Leopold Auers, and any one of a million others who have tried to escape from their own Jewish shadows, but the world insists on taking them at a Jewish valuation. This happened when the Dreyfuss case was acute and all Jewry and those on the fringe as well crowded closei together than ever before. It has always been thus throughout history. Merely to emphasize this thought we quote this brief statement from a review of Feuchtwanger's book "Josephus." which we find In the "Jewish Transcript" of Seattle. "Fcuchtwanger's book, while valuable because it contains much information, is an apology for Josephus rather than a description of him. This may be due to the psychological similarity between Josephus and his party and twentieth century German Jewry — on one hand, a lack of Jewish assertiveness and race pride, and on the other, a desire to adopt the habits and thought of the community and treat Judaism merely as an ancestral handicap for which they are not responsible. "German Jewry's present plight should teach them that, like the party of Josephus, they lose the good-will of their own race without gaining either the good-will or the respect of non-Jews. "Failure to observe the laws of the country in which one resides, disregard for its institutions, lack of patriotism and the failure to serve one's country in time of need. should be discouraged. A proper self-respect, pride of ancestry and race, however, Is another thing. A good Jew is a good citizen. "The twentieth century does not materially differ from the first century. Two thousand years may change habits and customs, but ii Page Three does not change human nature. Hitler, with his illegitimate Jewish ancestry, is no different from Tiberius Alexander, one of the Roman generals serving under Titus, who was the offspring of an Alexandrian Jew and Egyptian concubine." We have no quarrel with any individual who chooses to change hi religion from conviction and because he finds what he Is seeking in some other faith, If a Jew desires to adopt Ethical Culture or Christian Science or Unitarianism or any ol the other religions popular with some of our people that is his right and privilege. Bui when such a change is made to throw dust in the eyes of the world and try to escape from their JEWISH selves, then they receive a shock such as the Jews of Germany are now undergoing. The longer we live and the wiser we become the best policy for one to live by Is BE YOURSELF. Relief Campaign Passes Million Mark i Continued from page onei eager to give them all the help in their power They have organized a i' hit and reconstruction committee to which they are contributing sums from their continually diminishing resources. This committee, known as the Zentralausschuss fuer mile uncl Aufbau is headed b\ Chief Rabbi Leo Baeck ol Berlin, and included among its members so notable a personage as Dr. Carl Melchior. This committee is being given our fullest co-operation. "i am asked every day; 'Whai can be done for the Jews ol Germany' I tell them that the one and only thing that we can do for them is to furnish them with the funds they need in order to rebuild, if only in part, that which the Nazis have so ruthlessly torn down. Yet this one thing which we can do best, large numbers of American Jews. I regret to say. are neglecting to do. Happily, there are a sufficient number of generous men and women in this country to make up for those who have failed to respond to this fundamental appeal Otherwise, we would have to hang our heads in shame and stand silent in face of this greatest outrage against Jewry in all human history. What right have we to make demands on behalf of the Jews of Germany if we do not respond to their appeal for help? What good will be the rights we may secure for them, if we. ourselves, by our niggardliness and worse, have deprived them of the strength to survive until these rights are won for them?" A Priest's Testimony On Hitler t Continued from page one) German commerce, could no longer be stopped." Monsignor Francheski then relates the opinion of another German concerning the attitude of the Germans toward freedom. "We good Germans, what we want is to be able to gather around our beer mugs and discuss politics in a peaceful, quiet way. They can't shut our mouths. Neither Bismarck nor Frederick the Great demanded the infinite adoration of his people. If Hitler intends to do in Germany what Iv{ussolini did in Italy, he can't last long." "These words." Francheski says in his article, "were spoken to me not by a revolutionary, but by a priest. The hour Is darker in Germany than in any other country. Let us hope that no storm will come out of this darkness." the article ends. Monsignor Francheski's expression of opinion made a very favorable impression in Buenos Aires, not only because of its anti-Hitler tone, but more particularly because the article appeared in a magazine that had recently given some vindication of being anti-Semitically inclined. There is also considerable hope that Francheski's article will help weaken the anti-Semitic propaganda extant in local circles of Catholic intellectuals, among whom there has been considerable sympathy with Hitlerism recently. Monsignor Francheski is a respected leader among the Catholic Intellectuals. The magazine "Orlterio," of which he is the editor, is occasionally anti-Semitic. In it were printed the demagogical incitements of the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion." and of Henry Ford's "International Jew." the latter much alter Ford had withdrawn his antiSemitiC insipidities. Only a lew weeks ago "Criterio". printed an anti-Semitic attack upon the young Spanish-Jewish writer, Rebecca Alperson 'translator of the poetry of Jeduha Halevi), for an article about the Agudah. The article had been printed in the daily "La Nation." Monsignor Francheski's condemnation of Hitler's anti-Semitic atrocities has therefore come as a real surprise. It appears that the antiSemitic note which had crept into "Criterio" while Director Francheski was away has been removed.—The Ohio Jewish Chronicle. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagogue, will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock ndaj morning on "Loving the Stranger." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. Teacher: "Who says nothing when he Ls in the wrong?" Abie, aged five, youngest of a family of nine: "A clever man." Teacher: "And who says nothing even when he is in the right?" Abie: "A married man." A pessimist says that there Is but one thing more awkward than a man learning to dance and that is a woman learning to swim. Science finds that bacteria in milk are killed by certain tones. Particular customers will demand that their Grade A be pasteurized by the better crooners. While the recovery drive Is shaping up on war lines, we are assured on high authority that salmon and knitted wrist-warmers are in no wise compulsory. Stage magicians, also, are working on a code. To divide employment, it Is understood they will saw women in four hereafter, instead of two. Modern biographers who make Captain Kidd out to be quite a fellow could do a lot for George III. as his taxes weren't so awful, relatively. A tentative code has been decided upon by the salesmen employed in the infants' and children's wear industry. We have read it, and it seems equitable. Bui they might at least have asked General Johnson to do something about the minimum birth rate. THE €L0€rH J A beautiful young Jewess and her mother were discussing the eternal marriage question. "Well, there's Isaac Goldstein." murmured the mother, thoughtfully, after a long pause. "Isaac Goldstein," sneered the girl. "He is old. he is ugly, he is mean, he is a coward. Isaac Goldstein. Why. he has nothing in the world to recommend him except his wealth." "You forget his heart trouble." said the mother, calmly. Excavators of a buried city in Persia find a group disposed about a table in attitudes suggesting slumber. Hunt for the economic agenda presses on. It isn't known what the NRA'S blue eagle could do with the cog wheel, but some say it might drop the bolt of lightning into the beer. "Americans whip a depression as soon as they tire ol it," says Gen. Johnson. Its just a matter, it seems, of being fed up on starvation. Mr Garner may take in the fair. Chicago visitors had complained (hat they walked through miles of exhibits but couldn't find the Forgotten Man. A town in Iowa Is named NIRA \Yi Nil. though, that our candidate lor recovery headquarters will be Newlife, N. C. A disappearing island in the South Pacific has again emerged to the surface. Personally, we should prefer being dunked until cooler weather. First Mosquito: "Why arc jroil making such a fuss?" Second Mosquito: 'Whoopee. I passed the screen test." Goldberg met Goldsteein. Said the fomer: "Levy has offered me two thousand pounds to marry his daughter." Said the latter: "Levy has not got two thousand pounds." "Never mind." said Goldberg proudly, "it's quite a good offer." "I don't know which side I'm on in this recovery.' says a baffled local employer. "For the last three years I've been working for my employes." things over will never amount to much. When you've seen one bathing beauty these days, you've seen her all. It is difficult for a truthful man to become an enthusiast. If your mouth Is full or your head empty don't attempt to talk. Few women show discretion in the selection of things to be left unsaid. It almost breaks a girl's heart if she is unable to break some man's. If we could see ourselves as others see us, we wouldn't believe quite all that we see. It is far more pleasant to preach than to practice. That's why the minority practice. PERSECUTION. With deep indignation the whole world is stirred. Of crimes elemental, grave stories are heard. Jews driven from homes, in terror each hour. To gratify hatred by brutes drunk with power. We ask oi humanity no more than our share Of justice and treatment humane— everywhere. Love of country, true patriotism. we've always shown— Give us rights that are equal, then leave us alone. Hath Almighty God them endowed, with the might Us to drag in the dust 'cause of our fair birthright." Tho the patience of God may endure, yet they'll feel When in wrath. He strikes swiftly— there is no appeal. Shall these vile persecutions for as never cease. Shall not Christians and Jews live in harmony and peace? Look deep in your hearts should there hatred be. Remember! your Savior has the same blood as we. Let us lift up our voices and pray for the day. When these poor erring children be shown the right way. This message from God we may hear from above, "Let there be peace on earth, brotherhood, love." The small boy who can pass through a room without knocking STICK TO THE FIGHT. When things go wrong, as they sometimes will. When the road you're trudging seems all uphill. When the funds are low and the debts are high. And you want to smile but you have to sigh, When care is pressing you down a bit, Rest if you must, but don't you quit. Life is queer with its twists and turns, As everyone of ous sometimes learns. And many a failure turns about. When he might have won if he'd stuck it out. Don't give up, though the pace seems slow— You may succeed with anothei blow. Often the goal is nearer than It seems to a faint and faltering man; Often the struggler has given up When he might have captured the victor's cup. And he learned too late, when the night slipped down. How close he was to the golden crown. Success is failure turned inside out— The silver tint of the clouds of doubt. And you never can tell how close you areIt may be nearer when it seems afar; So stick to the fight when you are hardest hit— It's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit.



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wJewisli Illoiridliia m FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 6. No. 32 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. 1933. Jewish News About the World MOVE TO STRENGTHEN NAZI PROPAGANDA IN IT. S. Berlin. — Plans to strengthen the Nazi propaganda in the United States are expected to be worked out at a conference here between Nazi chieftains and T. St. John Gaffney, former American consul in Dresden and now a leader of the •Friends of Germany." an American Nazi organization, who is on his way here. Before coming here Gaffney is expected to meet the exkaiser at Doom. Holland. Gaffney was dismissed as American consul by President Wilson because of his pro-German sympathies, Gaffney is now associated with America's Deutsche Post, the Nazi organ in America. TROTZKY MAY BE SOVIET ENVOY TO UNITED STATES Madrid. — Leon Trotzky. once an exile in the United States from Czarist persecution, may return to the United States as the first Soviet ambassador to America. A report to this effect became current here after the announcement that Spain had officially recognized the Soviet government. Trotzky. exiled by Stalin, is now in France for medical treatment, but it is understood that he is about to make his peace with Stalin who will then appoint him Soviet ambassador to Spain and later, when the United States extends recognition to Russia transfer Trotzky to the Washington embusy. Price Five CcntJ Tampa School To Open Soon The University of Tampa opened administration offices this week in H.s new home, the $3,500,000 hlatoric Tampa Bay Hotel building, located in Plant park on the bank of the Hillsborough river. The campus will be one of the most picturesque in the South. The building, built in the Moorish style, its silver minarets gleaming against the sett mi: sun. presents a picture neve rto be forgotten. Henry B. Plant, one of Florida's firm friends, who brought the railroad to Tampa, erected it with the purpose of making it the finest m all America. The new catalog has just been printed and may be obtained by writing Pres. F. H. Spaulding. or Dean John Coulson. Many new courses are included, among them being engineering science, music, art. English, history. German. Italian. French and physical education. Upon request the university is sending a representative to consult with students in their homes to give further information about courses. Many applications have already been received from several states and some foreign countries. According to present plans entrance examinations for those not graduates of accredited secondary schools will be given during the firs! week of September on dates to be announced later through the state press. A Priest's Testimony On Hitler N. Y. C. PLANS FOOD TAX. New York. N. Y. — A plan devised by the markets commissioner of New York to raise $1,000,000 a Mai m additional revenue lor the city of New York by a municipal lax on Kosher food products has been endorsed by ten rabbis representing _'4 downtown congregations. Dr. Leon Adler. spokesman tor the rabbis, declared that racketeers had been trying to organize kosher tood dealers at the rate of $72 a year, The proposed tax plan to be presented to the board of aldermen shortly calls for a graduated tax scale, Manufacturers would pay $200 annually; wholesalers. $100; jobbers. $50; packers, $50; retailers. $10; and vehicles, $5. Rep. Wilcox Returns Here J. D. ('. RE-ELECTS BAEKWAI.D. New York, N. Y. — At a meeting of the board of directors of the Joint Distribution Committee. Paul Baerwald was re-elected president and the following other officers chosen: Felix M. Warburg, honorary vice chairman; Marco F. Hellman, treasurer; William A. Koshland. associate treasurer; H. B. L. Goldstein, controller: and Joseph C, Hyman. secretary. The following were elected to the executive committee: Dr. Cyrus Adler. Paul Baerwald, David M. Brassier, David A. Brown. Harry Fischel, Bernard Flexner, Alexander Kahn. Governor Lehman. Solomon Lowenstein. James Marshall, Mr. Rosenbrg, 15. c. viadeek, Mr. Warburg, Peter Wierniek and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise. Hon. J. Mark Wilcox, member of the house of representatives from the Fourth Florida congressional district, returned to his home in West Palm Beach I his week. Mr. Wilcox made a very splendid record during the recent special session of congress and remained over to help obtain for Florida the Chapman Held projected Improvement and a number of other improvements which, if obtained, will permit a large sum of money to be expended mi federal government projects in lhis district. Mr Wilcox will shortly be| I speaking tour of his district to meet his constituents and to tell of his work in Washington and to assist in all matters within his power any Worth while movement to help the economic recovery locally. Ladies Plan Benefit Supper The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will entertain for the benefit of its Talmud Torah fund at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein. 1817 W. Flagler St., next Sunday evening August 13. beginning at 7 p. m., when a Dutch supper will be served in buffet style. Kosher delicate seen and plenty of beer will be among the refreshments that will be served. Cards will follow and prizes will be awarded for high scores. The public is urged to attend. Hitlerism generally is doomed to a speedy end. and the Hitlerite powers that be will not last long. This opinion was expressed by Monsignor Auguste J. Francheski. a Catholic priest who has just returned from a visit to Germany, in an article in the Catholic Jour! nal. "Criterio," of which he is the j editor. Monsignor Francheski studied Hitliterism at first hand in Germany, and at the time when it was on the upswing. His analysis of Hitlerism is quite thorough, although his approach is that of the educated democratic Catholic. He finds Hitlerism a reaction against the Communist threat, but believes that the conservative elements in Germany could have avoided letting all the power get into Hitler's hands. Except among the active Nazis there is no especially great hope that conditions in Germany will improve greatly as a result of Hitler's coup. Francheski says in his article. The good-will of the people will be won only if the creators of Hitlerism do not commit any crudities. Hitler, however, does not appear to have any appreciation of what constitutes a crudity. "One of the people who know the German situation best." Francheski says m his article, "told me a short time ago that if the government does not have the situation changed completely bv next summer, if people will still be suffering from hunger and cold, the results of the disappointment will be disastrous. "A cleric who I can not. for obvious reasons, name, and who occupies a leading [Kxsition in the Catholic movement in Germany, assured me that the gislhtesl mistake on the part ol Hitler or any of his colleagues will hasten the appearance of Bolshevism.'" Speaking ol antlSemitic activities in Germany. Francheski says: '"The persecutions of the Jews had their origin in the fact that the Nazis are lacking in both energy and understanding. For live years thenwas a continuous props gandizing of hatred toward the JewWhen I lie Nazis came to power not one of their promt had been fulfilled, they Invented the anti-Semitic atrocities as an outlet for the excited emotions ol the people. In this instance the government demonstrated an alarming weakness and the atrocities had a negative effect. "In the first place, the persecution was unjust, it is not a crime to have been born a Jew. Yet families of the Jewish race which for several generations had been converted to Christianity were hunted down. "In the streets old men were beaten, and the braids of girls cut off. The protest against this sent of thing was general. In Germany proper the Catholic bishops decried such acts in a collective document which was published on April 10. Outside of Germany not only Jews but also many clergymen and Catholic writers raised their voices In protest. "The German government began to realize, although too late, that it had made a mistake, and stopped the boycott, but the excesses, which are a burden and a drawback to I CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE I Beth David Sponsors Dance An important meeting was held last week to make final arrangements for the country store and barn dance being sponsored by Beth David congregation for the purpose of raising funds to complete the redecorating of the Synagogue and Talmud Torah. Booths depicting country stores will be erected and live stock will furnish the added realistic atmosphere. Mr. H. H. Farr. in charge of entertainment, will direct the old-fashioned square dances that will be a feature of the evening as will be the singing and playing of several negro boys. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers is chairman in charge of the sale of tickets and reports that sales are very encouraging. A final meeting of the committee to complete the arrangements will be held next Mondayevening. August 14. at the Talmud Torah hall, and all members are urged to attend. Mr. Nat Zalka is general chairman of the committee. Aged Worker Dies Here Relief Campaign Passes Million Mark After a lingering illness Mrs. Mary Simon, for the past 20 years a visitor to Miami, and who for the past several years made her home here, died last Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stoekel. Bird road, where she made her home for the past year. Mrs. Simon. whose home was McKeesport. Pa., was a very active figure in the communal life of that city and when she came to Miami took part in the organization of the Chesed Shel Ernes and was one of its founders siie contributed to local institutions, local synagogues having gifts of candelebra, poroches, etc. she was the mother of the noted social worker, Sophie Irene I.oeb. and was the grandmother ol Aline McMahon, noted screen star. The body was Shipped to McKeesport. Pa., when interment was had last Wednesdaj Surviving her are two MIILV A. M Simons and I. A. Simons, whose families are now at the Wn hotel. Miami Beach, and two daughters, Mis. Irving Bennett and Mrs. Jennie C. McMahon. Hadassah Gives Benefit Dance Mis. Albert Dubbin, chairman of the garden dance to be given by Junior Hadassah. Sunday evening. August 13. at the Blackstone hotel, announces the following program to be given during the intermission: Mr. Bert Reisner will act as master of ceremonies. Danny Sheehan and four of his star entertainers will appear. They include Wanda Diedrich. Lois Koplow. Catherine Kowl and Albert Robinson, first prize winner of state of Florida boy.tap dancers. Other entertainers will also appear during the evening. A selected five-piece orchestra will provide music for dancing in the palm-fringed gardens. A buffet supper will be served at midnight, when guests will gather at small tables in the gardens. Three hundred and eight communities in this country, including New York city, have already raised $1,041,900 in the nation-wide effort for relief and reconstruction work on behalf of the Jews of Germany. it was announced by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national chairman of the German relief campaign winch is being conducted under the auspices of the American Jewish Joint Distribution committee. Rabbi Wise added that in most cases the amounts thus far subscribed in the various communities are only part of the quotas accepted by them in the effort to raise a total of $2.000,000 in this country for Jewish relief and reconstructive work in the Reich. New York's share of the $1,041,900 thus far contributed, amounts to $420,200. Second on the list is San Francisco with a subscription of $66,000; Newark is third with $50,000. New York's subscription of $420.200 is 'on account' of a total quota of $1,000,000 which is being raised by a special committee headed by Dudley D. Sicher and Allie S. Freed. In his report to Rabbi Wise. Mr Freed announced that there would be no letting down of fund raising activity by the New York committee during the summer season. "The full effects of Hitler-mania are only now beginning to be felt by the victims of the cold pogrom which is now at its height in Germany, and this summer will be the most terrible in their lives." Mr. Freed said. "Because of that, the New York committee has determined that no time is to be lost in getting to them whatever succor is possible and therefore will continue its efforts until the whole million which iour quota has been raised." Non-Jews have been liberal contributors to the German Jewish relief fund, declared Rabbi Wise in the statement he issued yesterday. This has been so in every community where a fund raising campaign has been held, and ha.been commented upon with gratitude in practically every one Of the hundreds of reports from local committees which have been received at the national headquarters ol tin campaign. "The widespread sympathy ol our Christian neighbors makes it even more incumbent upon us to hasten the raising Of the second million," Rabbi Wi.-c said yesterday. "It must not be said of us that our Indignation over the treatment meted out to our co-religionists by Hitler and his cohorts was mere sound and fury meaning little. It must, if our outcries, our denunciations, our fasts and prayers were sincerely meant, now transmute itself into financial sacrifice, if necessary, for the alleviation of the thousandfold woes that are the lot of the Jews of Germany. The Jews of America have the means and they have the freedom of action which make it possible for them to save their German brethren from the complete ruin and extermination winch is the publicly declared aim of the present regime. "The fact that, the Jews Ol tiermany are not accepting the situation 'lying down' is another reason why the Jew.. Ol America should I). (Continued on page three) % 



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l'.ijjt fwo JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. August 11, 1933 The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation entertained at one of its regular biweekly card parties with Mesdames Max Rappaport and Morris Rappaport as the hostesses Prizes i"' high score were awarded at each table and a beautiful door prize was won by Mrs. Louis Pallott A goodly sum was realized lor the Talmud Torah fund 01 the congregation. • • • Mr. Samuel Small, prominent merchant and communal worker, roi %  vacation ol several months 111 New York city and vicinity. • • • Mr. and Mis Alex Goldstein returned to Miami after a [lve weeks trip spent in New York. C: and Savannah, < (a • • • Mr and Mrs. D. Richer and sons returned t<< Miami after an absence 01 several months spent visiting relatives and friends 111 New York. • • Mrs. H. Rose left last Friday to visit her parents in Washington. D. C. and her son Leonard, who is a student at the Curtis Institute of Music 111 Philadelphia. • • • M:.-s Betty Greenberg and Miu Syd Klein left Tuesday for New York where they will spend several weeks then going on a Canadian cruise to Quebec and Montreal. • • • Mr. I. L Mintzer. son and daughter will return to Miami late this afternoon from a combined busiand pleasure trip to New York city. • • • Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld ol Bnai : congregation. St. Petersburg, who .-pin: a vacation ol two weeks I'l AYIS( 111 Miami Beach returned to his home last Tuesday. While here he was the guest speaker at the serv„ in Beth Jacob congregation last Saturday. AT III! T1VOU THEATRE Mr, and Mi. J. Siegel entertained la • Sunday evening In honor of their sister. Mrs. M. Shapiro, who arrived to attend the wedding of her brother, and who will return to New York this week. They were assisted in entertaining by Mrs S The color scheme of green and yellow were used in the decorations, refreshments and favors. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs .1 Greenberg. H. Rose. Mrs J. Eng. 1 Mr and Mrs. J. Botts. Miss BUlie Botts. Mr. and Mrs. A. SheMr and Mis (i Oilman. Mr and Mrs. s Schwartz. Mr. and Mis iwartz Mr and Mrs S. Stein. Council of Jewish Women was held :.


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Friday. August 11. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN i-age Five SOCIETY Mrs. %  Rosengarten will return ,, the my today after an absence ol several months spent visiting natives and friends in her former home in Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer and Mr. Henry Seitlin will return to the city today after an absence of several weeks spent visiting relatives and lriends in New York. • • • •Rain." the Joan Crawford starring vehicle which comes to the Tivoli theatre Sunday and Monday. is the first of a series of feature liims made by Lewis Milestone, ace director-producer, under his ncwlylormed affiliation with Joseph M. Schenck and the Art Cinema Corporation. Joan Crawford was loaned to United Artists by Metro-GoldwynTOOL! P~,,~, %  %  ;-3sx 1 1 Show* :I5 mnd liM P. M. I W. Flag-ler "I 8th Phone 2-J352 1 NEW POLICY — 20c ALL DAY | Sunday-Monday. August 13-14: "Rain" I JOAN CRAWFORD Mayer lor the leading role, this bcIng 'he first time a star Of he:' magnitude has been let out by that company. And around here has been assembled one of the great I casts in years, its members including Walter Huston, William GarBan, last season's Broadway sensation: Matt Moore, Guy Kibbee, Walter Catlett, Beulah Bondi. Kendall Lee. Ben Hendricks and Frederick Howard. And ace-artisans were chosen for the photography, art direction, sound technique and film editing. The story concerns itself witli a girl of nondescript reputation who. with several other passengers on a South Sea schooner, is marooned on the small island of Pago Pago when cholera breaks out among the crew. And the entire action of the story occurs while the quarantine is in effect. The central characters are a brimstone-smelling reformer and the lady of limber morals whom he tries to force into a path of lectitude, with a sergeant of marines siding with the girl and finally winning happiness for her. PLAYING AT THl n H AVE. mi MM %  %  % %  %  %  %  Be Sensible I %  Obtain m %  gj SPEED IN COOKING | | ECONOMY by LESS FUEL | %  By Using %  i GAS RANGES %  %  i Known for Long Life m I and Low Upkeep %  iPEOPLES GAS CO.; 637 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BI V II APPROVED APPLIANCES "Mr. Robinson Crusoe."' the new Douglas Fairbanks picture, comes to the 7th Ave. theatre on Sunday and Monday, and thus picture-goers will witness for the first time the new forte of the sprightly Hollywood star, a forte crammed with adventure in far-away places. "Mr. Robinson Crusoe" was made in the mast adventurous film expedition ever undertaken by Fairbanks. While in no sense a literal translation of the famous Crusoe tale, it contains much that bears the Crusoe flavor, particularly that portion dealing with adventures upon a desert isle. With characteristic enthusiasm, Doug goes Robinson Crusoe one better in all that he does, but. unlike Crusoe, he does it with a sense of humor. For example. Doug's man Friday is Friday the Thirteenth. And te girl wo. in the role of dusty tropical maiden, furnishes the love interest is known as Saturday. And there are cannibals and battles and always high adventure of the rollicking sort for which Fairbanks is famous. "The theme of the tale," explained Doug., "is keyed in the purposeful character of a modern Robinson Crusoe who tackles and meets every emergency with this thought: •There's a way out.' In this is reflected a spirit of hope and optimism, a concrete truth that 'happiness is just around the conrer'." Douglas Fairbanks star aflAr Robinson Crusoe" West Palm Beach Notes Hani %  %  %  %  HOME SERVICE Laundry ROY H. TURNER. Prop. 1225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-554 SPECIAL August 14 to 31st: Special A 20 per cent discount of every bundle of 75 cents or more. WANTED! %  %  %  Capable "Schoched" with! %  proper "Kabbalah"; must! H !n< single; will pay salary |and furnish room and! aboard. Apply to %  J. Milchman m %  1916 7th Ave. 1 Ybor City, Tampa, Fla. | Dr. and Mrs. Barney Blicher left Sunday for Chicago, where Dr. Blicher will attend the dental convention. • • Mr. Philip May and son Herbert returned from a six-weeks' vacation trip to New York. • • • Mr. M. Ptaschnick of New Yorrk is visiting the Misses Ann Dunn and Selma Kay. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg returned Mbnday from a business and pleasure trip to New York. • • • Mrs. Ben Ryder was hostess at a benefit card party last Sunday at the Monterey hotel for the Beth El Sisterhood. Prizes for high scores were awarded to Mrs. I. Mass and Mrs. J. Held. Delicious refreshments were served during the evening. • • • Bnai Brith held a business meeting at the Moose Hall with Mr. P. Feldman presiding. • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash and children and brother. John Saltztnan, left for Jacksonville, where they will visit for a week. • • • Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold left for Jacksonville for the week and will return together with their daughter. Frances, who has been spending the summer there. • • • Miss Florence Shutzer, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Shutzer, left lor a two months' visit to Newark. N. J., to visit relatives and friends So, the big surprise will have to wall ;i bit. I don't know why Rita left such an important thing as hair until almost the last thing but everything in the line of beauty is important and something has to be left for the last. First of all I went to a barber who really was an artist in his line. He cut my hair to suit my face and to bring out my best points. Sometimes it's very difficult to find a barber who can really advise you as to how you should wear your hair and in that case it's wise "> spend a little time fussing around with your hair until you discover for yourself the most becoming coiffure for your type. I found out that the care of your hair is even more important than the way that you wear it because without healthy, lustrous hair no hairdress is becoming. So. dearest, spend a low moments each morning and evening manipulating that tight old scalp of yours. Place your lingers firmly on your scalp and rotate it. covering the entire head and then pull your hair. Yes. I said PULL—pulling stimulates the scalp and starts the blood circulating. Brush your hair every night if you're not afraid of harming your wave, and brushing wont harm a good wave in the least. Rita says that it's a good idea to apply a good tonic to your hair several times a week and then do your pulling and massaging. You'd be surprised how quickly your hair responds to a hot oil shampoo if it's inclined to be dry. Just apply hot olive oil to your scalp at night, steam it in with hot towels, and wash it out the next morning. Well, I can't keep it away from you any longer, so here's the glad news: I'm going home next week and I'm so excited that I can hardly think of another thing. Of course, Bill doesn't know 'hut I'm coming —and maybe he doesn't care—but I know he'll see a great change in me, and maybe—. I'm just i> that he'll give me back thai engagement ring that I so foolishly gave up. I know that DeVere Harlej never meant anything to him —it was just her attractiveness thai dazzled him, and so if he ever was in love with me—and I'm sure lie must have been—he'll be so happy when he sees the great change that has come over me. My next letter will probably be written after I've seen him and pray that it'll be the letter that I want it to be. Happily yours, JOAN. %  % % % % % % % % % % %  a The I %  %  Keg leu %  %  Cold Beer I a Plate Lunches" 1857 W. Flagler Street %  MIAMI. FI.A. %  % % % % % % % % % % % %  a Soy Bean Bread and other vegetable bread', GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 21*5 W. I 1.H.-I.T SI. Phone J-S8II 1401 Washington Avenue, M. B. The "Good HealthKind + Want to Sell Your Household Goods? Then Sell at AUCTION and get highest prices from consumer.. Consult RAY WRIGHT, auctioneer. Phone 2-2860. In the Heart of Your Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY A Miami Institution + 1 Dr. V. K. Jindra PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Announces Remoi al of His Offices to 805 WEST FLAGLER STREET Office Mi. II r. 2 to | p.m. — 7 to 8 p.m. PHONE 2-6057 FREE FUEL HOT WATER from SUNSHINE 0AV V For all the hot water you need in your home. nee the new AilMetal •SOLAR" with ropper tubing ICHT Longer life, greater efficiency. A Solar for every need. FREE ESTIMATES. Trrni-. Solar Water Heater COMPANY Phone 2-S496 i II l inand Factory: .110-20 N. W. 25 St. MIIIIIBIllllBII Reneart 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 Bayview 274 MIAMI SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1117 QUALITY SERVICE i A NEW MODERN SHOE REPAIR PLANT Marshall's Shoe Factory On the Trail at 12th Ave. (1156 S. W. 8th Street LADIES' Composition Rubber or Leather Heels 15c Nothing but the very best material and workmanship %  A VSOJ N J. ? iwnAL ,vjjr,;,or< Dearest. Darlingest Pat: I'm so excited that I can hardly write, but I'm actually going to control myself until I get through telling you all I've learned this week and what improvement I've made. For fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOM'S FISH MART Flagler St and Miami River Phone 2-5J21 We Never Cloee 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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