The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 6. No. 34.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 25. 1933.
Price Five Cent*
Jewish News
About the World
GERMAN-JEWISH CHILDREN
TO GET "JIM CROW" SEATS.
Berlin. Beginning with the new
school term all Jewish children in
the German public schools will have
to be seated on special "Jim Crow"
lunches where their non-Jewish
classmates can easily recognize
tin in. according to a ruling issued
lo all school officials by the Nazi
minister of education. Bernhard
Rust. Moreover, all school chil-
dre will be obliged to salute their
teachers daily with the cry of "Heil
Hitler" and regardless of their race
will have to participate in (he daily
singing "I fie Nazi anti-Semitic
songs, many of which call for vio-
lence against Jews.
NAZIS BREAK PLEDGE.
London. In direct defiance of
tiie Hitler government's pledge to
| l eague of Nations that it would
withdraw all anti-Semitic legisla-
tion in Upper Silesia as a violation
of the minorities clauses ill Hie
ie's covenant, a Jew by the
name of \V>i/maiin has been dis-
d Horn Ins position and as a
result his wife, two young daugh-
ti and he himself have committed
suicide.
Beach To Have N.R.A. Lawyer
Explains Message
Noted Rabbi
Rabbi David L. Rosenbloom of
Montgomery. Ala., who addresseoT
the Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
gregation last Friday and Satur-
day, will preach the sermons Fri-
day night and Saturday morning at
Beth Jacob congregation. Miami
Beach. Friday night Rabbi Rosen-
bloom, who is a splendid speaker,
will preach in English on "The
Duties and Responsibilities of the
Synagogue" ab the late services,
which begin at 8:30; Saturday
morning the Rabbi will preach in
Yiddish on the portion Of the week.
Rabbi Rosenbloom is the rabbi ol
the Jewish Orthodox Community til
Montgomery. Ala., where he has
been rabbi for the past two years.
prior to that having served as
rabbi In South Haven. Mich. He is
a graduate of the Chicago Theologi-
cal Seminary and ot Norhtwestern
University.
Orlando to Greet
Florida Rabbis
RED TAPE HOLDS UP ENTRY.
London. The group of 15 In-
ternationally known German-Jewish
professors ten of whom are now in
exile in Paris. Geneva and London.
who are to help establish a Univers-
ity m Exile at the New School of
Social Research m New York, have
as yet been unable to obtain Amer-
. Dr. Alvin Johnson, di-
rector of the school said here. The
difficulty arises trom Hie tact that
American consular rules require
\isas at the home city ol the appli-
cant Since the ten protestors in
exile are not anxious In return to
Germany and since the Nazis are
not likely lo be loo willing to co-
operate ni the ca.-es of those still
iuiii.' iii Germany, Dr. Johnson is
trying to gel a special dispensa-
tion from ti' American state de-
mi in
Girl Officers
Are Installed
Quite a large crowd attended the
n ugural dance al winch the offl-
ei it the recently oiganized girls'
division ol Hie Y M H. A. were
Installed In office, Dancin pi
formal ceremonies and fol-
. n dr: the installation number ol
.lets were preseted including Phil
Caplan with the "flaming baton".
Mill Traeger in acrobatic i i
and Joe Mandelbaum in songs. The
i ; ol Ha1 evening dancing wa i i
joyed. Among the officers installed
were Helen Eisman, president: Ida
Engler, vice president; Lillian E
man, secretarj; Shirley Eikm.
urcr: Gladys Greenberg, librarian;
Shirley Wallach, membership C
lotte Davis, welfare; Evelyn Mark
athletics; Josephine Goodman, en-
tertainment; Theda Maine:, ser-
geant-at-arms, and Gladys
son, publicity.
V Y. SENATE URGES
ROOSEVELT INTERCEDE,
Albany. N. Y.The Senate ot Hie
tate "I New York adopted a reso-
lution calling upon President Koose-
velt to make lricdly representations
l German government against
the persecution of Jews in Ger-
many. The resolution, fathered by
Seator Desmond of Orange county,
urged I he president to use his good
Offices with the German govern-
ment so that it would "respect the
civic and economic rights of their
citizens of Jewish origin and put
an end to racial and religious per-
secution."
NAZI REPORT SHOWS EFFEC-
TIVENESS OF BOYCOTT.
Berlin. Concrete results of the
world-wide boycott by Jews of Ger-
man goods is seen in the foreign
commerce balance sheet of Germay
lor the lust six months of 1933
Which reveals that exports to the
United States decreased by $11,050.-
000 or 20 per cent over the same pe-
riod last year. Germany's exports to
European countries during the last
hall year have suffered a decline
i 23 per cent.
Talmud Torah
Gives Vacation
The Talmud Toiah of Hie Miami
,!i wish Orthodox congregation,
which was in continuous session un-
til today, will recess lor several
weeks to allow the pupils a short
vacation. This was deckled upon
by the board of directors in line
with suggestions of the Jewish
board of education of New York
and other large cities lor short va-
cation every summer. Sessions will
lie resumed immediately alter the
High Holidays.
Donald R. Richberg. general
counsel of the National Recovery
Administration, denied m a letter
sent to the American Jewish Com-
mit tee and made public this week,
that he meant to speak disparag-
ingly of the Jewish race or reli-
gion in his recent broadcast
In the broadast made on July 31,
Mr. Richberg had said, in referring
to the National Recovery efforts:
"It is rather a war ol ideas, the New
Testament against the Old Testa-
ment, the Sermon on the Mount
against the Mosaic Law." The fact
that this statement was being mis-
interpreted as a disparagement of \
the Jewish religion was brought to
Mr. Richberg s attention in a com-
munication sent by Morris D. Wald-
nuin. secretary oi the American
Jewish Committee
In reply Mr Richberg wrote as
follows:
I have been surprised and shock-
ed at the interpretation which has
been placed upon the last para-
graph of my radio address of July
:ti by certain Jewish publications
and Individuals who have con-
strued my statement as disparaging
the Jewish religion. Il I had real
Ized that I in oni enl ence stand-
ing alone WOUld be subject lo siicl;
i rious misconstruction, I should
have never used it.
i facl la that i wa nm think
ni- in terms ot religion but in ti i m
ol political economy i wa not con-
different faiths, but n
changing social order one period
ol history and another. I had not
the slightest intention ol raising a
theological issue
. i course, any commentator on
'In progress Ol the human race must
......compare the social and
economic conditions and social phil-
osophies In different eras and geo-
traphical areas without any Impli-
cation of criticlsinz the religions ol
the people concerned. To deny the
freedom ol such comment would be
an exhibit ion Ol religion.- intoler-
ance.
I readily concede thai the phra
Ing oi my thought was unfortunate
particularly al the present tune
when my remarks might be givenan
implication wholly unintended; and
I regret deeply that they seemed to
reflect in the slightest degree upi n
the Jewish people or religion. I
have so high an esteem for so many
Jews, and I have enjoyed Invaluable
associations with so many for o
many years, thai I would no) Inten-
tionally speak disparagingly ol
their race or religion. Finally, re-
ligious Intolerance Is to me a hate-
ful thing; and I should be the last
pi rson to wish to express or to fo-
ment such, intolerance.
In the letter trom the American
Jewish Committee. Mr. Waldman
pointed out that the statement was
(Continued on page sixe
A call for a conference of all
Conservative and Orthodox Rabbis
of Florida to meet at Orlando. Fla.
on October 9. was issued this week
and sent to every rabbi in the en-
tire state by officials of the tem-
porary organization of which Rabb.
Adolph Burger of Tampa, Fla., Is
chairman, and Rabbi A. S. Klein-
feld of St. Petersburg is secretary.
A similar call will be issued to
every Conservative and Orthodox
congregation of the state to send
lay delegates to a similar confer-
ence at the same time that the
rabbis meet. The agenda for tin
conference provides for a thorougl
discussion of Kashrus. Sunday
schools and Talmud Torahs. serv-
ices and attendance at Synagogues
relations between rabbis and con-
gregations, and Hie formation of a
held service to enable smajler com-
munities in the state to have part
time services ol rabbis and teachers
According to present indications thl
conference will be attended by rep-
resentatives oi every community u
'in 'air oi Florida.
$1,000.00 In
Awards Offered
Club Sponsors
House Dance
The V M. H A. is sponsoring ;.
II :. dance at the elub rooms Sun
day evening, Au 27, be {inning at
0 p. m., v. hen members in good
landing will bi admitted free when
accompanied by a date. The com-
mittee in charge includes Jack At-
hairman; Mr, and Mi
Murray Kellmnn Jllli S Wilson and
i in.
Nazis Make Foes
Of Diplomats
London. The opposition ol
France, England and Italy to Ger-
many's nit' rferenci In Aust i Ian af-
fairs Is expected to result In an ap
peal to the League ol Nations a;
the Hitler government continues to
defy the powers. In the lace ol
Germany's promise to Italy to hall
its raids Into Austria, a violenl at-
tack against the Austrian govern-
ment was broadcast rrom Germany.
The Austrian government has Issued
ciders to its frontier guards to shoot
to kill all Nazi raiders. France hat
-ent troops to three towns on the
German border In response to .
plea from residents for protection
from Nazi raiders. Holland is mak-
ing ready to oust all Nazi agitators
from its borders while Switzerland
has protested to Germany against
the action of Nazi troopers invad-
ing Swiss soil in pursuit ot German
communists,
-+
FAIR PLAY
IN CARRYING OI T TIIE ACE OLD CUSTOM of extending greetings to your fellow Jews and re-
. eiving fell. Rations from their non-Jewish friends, it has been customary to use the columns of
the local Jewish paper, at llosh llashono.
BecaOM Of the fact thai The Jewish Eliiridian is the ONLY JEWISH PUBLICATION car-
rying the Jewish news of the communities il serves. we feel that Hie Jewish community as well as
the non-Jewish community, on this occasion, must lake Into consideration the fact thai fair play
and the general interest of the community require thai The Jewish Floridian receive these greet-
ings, for which a small charge is made.
Patronising The Jewish FlorKUan enables the Jewish communities of the entire slate lo re-
ceive a serviie which they otherwise would not obtain.
Awards totalling over one thou-
sand dollars are being offered from
private funds through The Golden
Rule Foundation. New York. N. Y..
for the best thrift and household
economy suggestions resulting from
the experiences of individuals and
families during the depression.
Tragic reversals of fortune and
radical readjustments of personal
budgets during the past three years
have taught American families
many lessons which may be of per-
manent value as guides to simpler
but happier living. Awards are of-
fered for the purpose of drawing
out and conserving these construc-
tive experiences of the depression.
The thrift suggestion contest is open
to all citizens and will include
awards for the best suggestions on
economy and thrift in all depart-
ments of the personal and family
budget, including food, clothing,
amusements, holiday and anni-
versary giving. The awards sec k
especially to discover new methods
of supplementing family income.
Attention Is called to the fact
that even with the utmost success
Of the National Recovery Act then
will be many millions of unemploy-
ed during the coming winter and
miih : whose resoun
are so depleted thai strict econoi
will be necessary to balance the
family budgi I
e hundred
dollars are offered for the be-'
presenting lowest
with adequate food values for
International Golden
Rule week or at Other periods ol
the year. All menu entries will be
nidged and the awards made by a
committee ol experl dietitians and
household economii I
Awan lling not less than
one hundred dollars are also offer-
ed tor the best economy and thrift
n connection with thi
family wardrobe.
One hundred dollars or more In
irds will be made for the bi
[estions for holiday, weddini
ami anniversary giving. The aim
of these tlons is to maintain
and further develop the commend-
able practice of giving on these
caslons, but al the same time to
avoid the enormous waste that Is
now incident to giving expensivi
presents that the donor can ill al-
ien d and that often are inappropri-
ate
Awards totalling one hundred dol-
lars or more will be given for the
best suggestions as to ways of in-
creasing the family income The
depression has developed many in-
genious forms of supplementary
.self-help, home industries, house -
hold arts, gardening, marketing
hobbies and lucrative avocation
Suggestions growing out of these
experiences will be considered in
competition for these awards.
A selres of awards totalling live
hundred dollars or more will be
given for the best suggestions on
constructive economy and saving
Without sacrificing cultural values
on such items of the family budget
as housing. recreation. books.
amusements, travel, etc. This
amount also includes award.- tor
suggestions on stewardship educa-
tional programs for local groups and
for drawings, poetry, epigrams slo-
gans, pictures and humorous stones
iContinued on Page 61


Page Two
FLO R I D I AN
Friday. Au?uM 25. 1933
Peggy Greenwald. and fencing les-
sons were given by Phil Kaplan.
PLAY1KG AT III!
TIYOI.I Till ATRl
Mill Trager. well known physical
culturist, wil Lhave charge of all
physical culture work of the organi-
zation, for which classes are now
being formed

The second annual dance of the
Y M. H. A. will be held the third
Sunday in October at a popular
dance rendezvous Futrher details
will be announced shortly.

Mis- Helen Upton Is a patient at
the Victoria hospital, where she re-
cently underwent an operation for
appendicitis.

Mrs A Quadow. who underwent
,1 serious operation recently, is now
convalescing at her home In the
Cleveland Annex apartments

The Sewing Circle of Senior Ha-
:.. under the chairmanship of
M:. Samuel Katz are completing
plan for a unique card party The
admission will be print materials
ble for children dr< ises for
Udn i. ol Palestine between
of four to 10 '

M H A held last Tues-
day p pal night were
ht" was
irran
eetii : mi m
1... be thi test I he club
..our will follow the
Durl
nd 11 ted bj
'OLD
HEIDELBERG
BEER GARDEN
Luncheon 50^ AO< 50^
1 An
Start A
SAVINGS
ACCOUNT!
Day in and day outwith-
out any effort it will GROW
and we help it to grow be-
cause
Wc Pay 5 Interest
'Hie
Morris Plan
Company
Of Miami
VINCENT K. BBJCE, Manager.
105 N. E. First Ave.,
MIAMI, FI.A.
Mrs. Paul Braude and daughter
Judy of New York are spending
sometime here and are stopping at
I the Wm. Penn hotel.
a v
Word was received here thus week
of the marriage of Miss Shirley
Hanson, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Barney Hanson, formerly resi-
dents and pioneers of Miami, to Mr.
Albert Jacobs at Long View. Texas
Miss Hanson Is a graduate of the
Miami High school and Beth David
Religious schools and was a popular
member of the local younger Jew-
ish set during her residence here
Mr. Jacobs is a graduate of the
University of Tennessee and is a
geologist with the Northeastern Oil
Co. They will visit their aunts and
uncles Mr. and Mrs. Jos. M. Fine.
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Quadow. 1:1
he mar future.
>
Mrs G Oilman entertained last
Monday honoring Mrs Shapiro, who
1 (turned to her home In New York
: 1 ::!!-.:
wen ': ved. following the pi
and prizes were
iwardi d to th 1
Among re Mrs
F McCloski M ind Mi J Sie-
. Mr and Mrs. A. Kaplan. Mr.
Irs, H Geldei Mr and Mrs
r Bain Mr and Mrs A a
nd Mn E Kaufman, Mrs. S.
:.:. Mi B !!' tl MiSS I- K;i;.-
Mr and Mrs. Eskenazie and
Mr Hi rman Oilman.

Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt and
daughti Irley and Garnet, ol
1 land n y are visiting Mi-
ami and are the i. gucsl
Mr. and Mrs L Hartz and Mr. and
Sol Rotfort, ol this city. They
will remain hen lor sometime.

Mrs. Isadore Welnsteln, In her
own charming manner, reviewed
Lloyd Douglas' -Magnificent Obses-
sion" at the meeting of the Junior
Hadassah held at tine Columbus
hotel Monday evening. A commit-
ee composed of Miss Lyl enisling,
Miss Beady Goldenblank, Miss
Irene Farr. with Mrs Weinstein.
was appointed to confer with Mrs.
Dale James regarding a play that
the organization will give shortly.
*
Mrs Max Steinberg, with her
mother and daughter. Miss Tease
1 will leave Monday by motor for
Tuscaloosa, Ala., where Miss Stein-
berg will enter the university. On
their way they will stop over in
Savannah. Atlanta, and Birming-
ham to visit relative.-..
a a
Mr. and Mrs. Prager and chil-
dren of New York city are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. H. Katzifl and will
rermaln here sometime.
Eddie Cantor cmfLYdaRoberti
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LUBRICATION '
It Is advisable to have your
ear greased and lubricated.
We all know this is the _
best way to prevent trouble
on the road and to avoid '
unnecessary repair bills. aj
Schmidt's Service
Station
Lubrication Experts
S. W. -il. St. at 2lat An. fa

Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus Abrams ol
Miami Beach, returned to the city
last week after spending sometime
visiting relatives and friends In
Toronto and Montreal. Can. While
in Toronto they were the guests of
hen niece and nephew. Rabbi and
Mrs. Lazarus Axelrod. now of the
Beach congregation In that city,

Mrs. Louis Levitt returned to the
city after an absence ol several
months spenl visiting relatives and
friends In New York, Chicago and
ther Northern points.

Mr. Phill Berkowitz returned
from a combined business and |
trip to Jacksonville, leaving Mrs.
Berkowitz to spend several weeks
with friends in Daytona Beach.

Nal Kuper is a patient at the Vic-
toria hospital where he underweni
an appendix operation last Monday.
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. Walter FalkensU-in
and son returned to Miami after an
absence of about a month spent
visiting relatives and friends in the
North.

Mr. Allie Berkowitz returned to
the city after an absence of five
weeks spent In New York and Bos-
ton on a combined business and
pleasure trip.

Mr. Leon Elkin, prominent com-
munal worker, returned to Miami
last week after an absence of sev-
eral weeks spent in the North on a
short vacation.

Among the patients at the Vic-
toria hospital are Miss Esther Hy-
man. who underwent an operation
for appendicitis last week, and Mrs.
Lillian Shulman. who is there under
medical observation.

The engagement of Miss Anna
Abrash, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Abrash of Paterson. N. J..
and winter visitors to Miami for
the past four years, to Mr. Joseph
M. Upton, prominent insurance
man of this city, was announced
this week. The wedding will be an
event of the coming month.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Saul of At-
lanta, Ga., arrived here this week
to spend the week on a combined
business and pleasure trip.
, a.
Cantor Nathan Wroobel will
chant the High Holiday services at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox congre-
gation, according to an announce-
ment this week.
Mrs M, Pritzker returned to the
city after several months absence
in the North, where she visited rel-
atives and friends in New York and
other points.
a
Mrs, Nathan Wroobel is a patient
at the Victoria hospital, where she
underwent an appendix operation
last Wednesday.
The Ladies- Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
entertained last Tuesday night at
one of its regular bridge parties
parties with Mrs. Nathan Adelman
as hostess. The prize was won by
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort and individual
prizes for high score were awarded
at each table. During the evening
delicious refreshments were served.

Mr. Max Drucker of New York
city, who was the house guest ol
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Falkenstein
lor the past week, returned to his
home last Wednesday.

Following a special meeting of its
board of directors, announcement
was made by the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox congregation that seats for
the High Holy Days would be only
S2 and $3 in recognition of the eco-
nomic conditions ol today. In
charge ol arrangements will be a
committee consisting ol Milton
Weiner. Max Kuplerstim. H. M.
DrevlCh and Nathan Adelman. Tick-
ets will be placed on sale next Tues-
day and announcement will be made
m these columns when these may
be obtained.
DOp Adulta 20r Children 10c
wSi Hoi cilli.f opens 6:30 p.m. Sunday
Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20e
'Half Nakt d Truth'
Sunday-Monday August 27-28
l.ee Tracy i.upe Veles
Mickey McGuIre Comedy
Dr. I. Fierstein and sister. Ml
Laura Fierstein have returned
Chicago where they attended the
World fair. They were extenshely
entertained while in Chicago by
their cousin and wife. Judge and
Mrs. Samuel Alshuler. and Mr- v
Younker.
ARE WEtl ;
faith with those who trust us. are
we living up to our obligations I
we risk their future happiness by
ignoring the problems that wouij
arise tor them if, some day. v .
did not come home?
Life insurance offers the .,-.
and certain answer. There is no
substitute.
A Southern Health & life In-
surance Policy on each one is ne-
cessary t" protect the others :
the privation and expense caused
bv the last illness and death.
A few pennies each week is '.!.
total cost.
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Health Insurance
Company
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Friday. August 25, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Thrte
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
1-1 III.ISHKI) KVEKV FRIDAY
t the
it WISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
P. 0. Box 2873
Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183
F.XF.dTIVF. OFFICES:
II1-1S Sciurily Hid*. Phone 2-6493
i i.i i ii:i \ I OFFICES:
fc.'l S. W. l.'.lh Avenue Phone 2-1183
J. LOUIS SIIOCHET. Editor
EDWARD t'AKI.IN. Adverting Minigtr
! HI II K. BHOCHBTi CirruUlion Manaurr
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Entered M wcond i-ln.su matter July 4.
1080, lit the Paot Office! at Miami. Florida,
under the Act t March I, 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
Guardians in New York, who has
made public the results of a study
of the activities of Jewish communal
welfare and character building in-
stitutions Jewish juvenile delin-
quency decreased by 33 per cent in
the last 11 years. Although the
number of juvenile court arraign-
ments in the last eleven years show
an Increase of 1.392. the Jewish
cases were reduced by 437. Where
Jewish juvenile delinquents repre-
sented 22.07 per cent of the total
number in 1922. the Ilrsl year of
the .survey, last year this percent-
age was reduced to 14.0 per cent.
These figures are eloquent evidence
ol iIn need for and value of Jewish
centers. In sponsoring such Insti-
tutions we make possible the devel-
opment of a sense of morality, so-
cial justice and ethics in our Jew-
ish youth.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
MRS. ANN BERGER
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
Mrs. M. II. Kistler
Representative
srilSCRIPTION
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One V.:ir
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Vol. (i No. 34.
A New Diaspora
The invitation of the Jugoslavia
nmenl to German Jews to
settle m Jugoslavia has focused at-
tention on the development of a
new Diaspora. Bewildered by the
iudden turn oi events which has
nade them refugees and self-im-
posed exiles, the German Jews are
lily seeking havens every-
where. Those who can or will go
lo Palestine, but even the most.
anguine Zionists cannot hope to
plan) 600.000 Jew., from Ger-
many to Palestine. As a result
German Jews have been migrating
in Increasing numbers to Spain,
.ti. (lima. South America,
Turkey, Persia, and other lands
whose doors are Still open. The oi-
ler ol a haven In Jugoslavia will no
doubt result in a mass migration to
the Balkans. This new dispersion
may be pregnant with great poten-
tialities for the future of Jewry,
The bulk oi the German Jews are
people ol culture, education and
talent. Their presence In Increas-
ing numbers In places where Jews
are known only BS peddlers and
tradesmen will do much to educate
the world to what the Jew can be
it given half a chance. The genius
|>I German Jewry, long expended
ill behalf Of a Fatherland that now
rejects it. will go far towards re-
habilitating the economic and cul-
tured life ol such backward nations
as China. Persia and l he Iialkans.
Perhaps the tragedy of German
Jewry, a strange repetition ol the
.Spanish expulsion, will lead to the
rise ol a meat Jewry elsewhere as
the heglras of 1492 and 1880-1882
led to the use of American Jewry.
value to the student of medicine, to
the physician as well as to those en-
gaged in sanitary engineering or
public health work.
So, whenever we think of Jews :
who through their service to man-
kind have indirectly been instru-
mental in bringing credit on the '
Jewish name, let us occasionally re-
member in our 'Who's Who" such '
distinguished physicians who rarely
if ever find their names in the news
columns of the press.
THE
GLOOM
CHASE!
The Value of Jewish
Centers
One of the principal arguments in
' i the Jewish community cen-
ter movement is that it builds cliar-
ami i; Jewish youth. It has
aid, and justly so. that a Jew-
nter In a community i.- social
insurance for the Jewish youth ol
that community. Striking proof of
the truth ot these assertions comes
from Dr. John Slawson, executive
or ol the Jewish Board ol
, a direct result
Relative Values
When we study "Who's Who" In
American Jewry and consider the
men chosen for distinction In "pop-
ular contests." or even, when we
note to whom is given the Zeta
Beta Tail medal for distinguished
service in American Jewish life, we
must contemplate on relative value-
in life. For example, who would
choose such a Jew as i):. Milton
Rosenau ol Harvard University fo>
nil Ion such as we have mi n-
Honed? On the contrary, we should
probably choosi a banker like War-
buig, .; lav yi i like Untermeyer, o
publisher like Ochs, an actor like
Warfield, u merchant like tsidor
Straus and bo on and sn Forth, But
who would think ol a doi tor Ilk
Rosei au.' The reai on wc arc think
in-' oi luiii just now is because we
ha before us a art Icle ic Bos -
ton "Jewish Advocate." written by
i )! Solomon ic Kagan whi > on-
siders Rosenau under the general
title ol "Benefactors ol Mankind."
n would seem in us that a beni fac-
tor ni mankind should certainly be
considered as worthy ol special
mention, n he happens to be a
Jew l hen surely he has done as
much for the cause ol Jewish life
i banker or lawyer or publisher.
We ii' ed not quote the entire ar-
ticle, but we are sure Dr. K
will have no objection, If, In order
to prove our contention thai Dr,
Rosenau is entitled to a place In
the Jewish Hall ol Fame, we quote
from his statements. So we will
just choose two opening paragraphs:
Dr. Milton J. Rosenau is an out-
standing teai her, organizer, and an
International authority In the field
ol hygiene. He has become profes-
sor oi preventive medicine and hy-
giene at the Harvard Medical
School since 1009, professor Of epl-
demOlOgy at the Harvard School of
Public Health since 1002, and lec-
turer at the Naval Medical School
from 1904 to 1909.
Dr. Rosenau is the author ol
"Liability ol the Bacillus Pestis"
119011: "CoCurse oi Pathology and
Bacteriology" (1902), "Disinfection
and Disinfectant" (1902), "Experi-
mental Studies In Yellow Pever and
Malaria" (1904), "The Immunity
Unit for Diphtheria Antitoxin"
11908), "A Mi thod ol Inoculating
Annuals with Precise Amounts"
1190:")'. "The Cause ol .Sudden
Death Following the Injection ol
Horse Serum" (1906), "Experimental
Gastric Ulcer" (198), "The i
and Spread oi Typhus Fever'
ii9t)7i. "The Standardisation of
Tetanus Antitoxin" (1908), "The
Milk Question" (1912), and "Pre-
ventive Medicine and Hygiene"
11912). The latter Is a comprehen-
sive classical work. Is n<
the best textbook on tins subject,
and is called the bible ol preventive
medicine This book includes the
fields of medical and related sci-
whlcfa form the foundation
for public health, and is ol
The Halutzim
Movement
By DR. HERMAN SEIDEL
During a recent trip to points In
the Middle West and Canada I had
the opportunity to address a num-
ber of sniffln (branches) of thi
HalUtKim groups In several cities I
was very much impressed with the
rapid strides this movement, which
was begun in this country jus' about
one year ami. has made. In Detroit
Chicago, Milwaukee, Toronto < in
ada. I found well organized groups
ol enthusiastic young men and wo-
men, born and raised in this coun-
try, ready to assume the full bur-
di nl and responsibility of pioneer
work in Palestine. They study He-
bri w. They acquaint therm
with the full details and tmp'.ici.-
the Zionist movement in
11 various forms and groupin
rhej ather knowledge about ''
tine, their neighbors, and they pre-
pare themselves menially and i
cally for a life oi devotion and con-
si c ration that their future life in
Palestine may require. Then
at the present day three
tural training centers In the I
States. One near Albany. N. \"
one near Minneapolis, Minn.: and
One near Baltimore. There
iboul sixty Halutzim on
thesi three farms at the pit i
time. In Chici..... 'hen is a
HechalUtZ. There i~ another Beth
! Hechalutz In the city of New YorU.
'The Belli Hechalutz. or the Pil
'ni'.'- Home, Is B new phase In 11
Hachsharah (training) work
Whereas the farm Is for agricul-
tural training, the Beth Heel
i- for the preparation and the train
iiv. ni the city or Industrial wi
in the Beth Hechalutz the members
ol the group find employment In
whatever trades they are skilled
wherever they may Join a shop or
a factory and learn a trade that is
needed and useful In Palestine. Thi
earnings are pooled and the mode
ol living i.. on a cooperative basis
While they continue to learn theli
trades and wink In the shop 01
factories, they In the meantime an
being prepared for the group coop-
erative life, and are trained cul-
turally and physically so that they
may properly til In with the life
and work in Palestine.
Jewish life in Palestine has al-
ready assumed and developed cer-
tain definite national characteris-
tic! and evolved definite national
features. During the past BO yeai
of struggles, strivings and aspira-
tions, tin' Hebrew language has bei n
definitely established. Certain ten-
dencies in thinking and deflnlti
views on life and its purposes and a
lair amount ol cohesion between
the Immigrants from various coun-
tries has already been formed, and
ii is, therefore, ol the utmost im-
portance for the community in
Palestine as well as the new ar-
rival.-- to lighten and shorten the
Ion period by the advanced
preparation Of the Halutzim before
their departure.
The Halutzim movement is Offer-
opportunity for Ameri-
can-Jewish youth of self-expression.
It i~ offering an outlet for t i
ergies and strivings of our youth
who an craving for adventure or
for a life ol Idealism, who wish to
conset rate I hemsehn s for the re-
Wilson C. Price, supervisor of the
Pennsylvania State Highway Patrol,
has announced, according to a dis-
patch from Harrisburg, that:
Bow legs will not be held against
an applicant for enlistment, provid-
ed they are not too bowed.
Earl Carroll, however, is we
understand, making no such conces-
sion for the coming season.
According to one critic, England's
trouble is that she has too many
politicians and not enough state-
men. Our trouble is different. We
have nothing but politicians.
The danger In flying upside down
for 125 miles, as recently done. Is
possibly overdrawn, as we under-
stand the filer in this case carried
no fountain pen.
Additional Election Returns Iron,
Kentucky.
'From Hodgenville Herald-News.i
ANNOUNCEMENT.
I have thought oi running for
County Judge, but I found my en-
emies, both Democratic and Repub-
lican, so numerous, who said they
would go alter me with meat axes
and sharp sticks, that I have decid
ed to tell them to take the offici
o to hell with It. (;. B. i-
Nothing tires a man like being
worked by others.
It is far better to be disappointed
in love than in marriage.
A man with a lot of money is
always a great helpto himself.
The man who can't afford to
travel enjoys it more than the man
who can.
Women are like men in one re-
spect : Some are good and some are
not.
Mussolini's dentist discloses that
the great man is oblivious to pain.
They say he motorcycles, too, with-
out an injection of novocain.
Mrs. Paavo Nurmi of Finland, has
gone Hollyw oodish. and is suing
Pavvo for divorce. She thinks he
ha; been iving her the runaround.
The official word that physicians
may now prescribe it freely has
evidently reached the snaki
they are biting much better.
Railroad Agent 'Hen anol hi i
farmer who is suing us on account
ws "
lal "One ol our Mams has
them, I suppose''
a iii "No, he claims our train
ii io slow that the ; rs leai
out the windows and milk hi
as they an by."
sir J, C Squire pleads with us to
remember Shaw's genius and over-
look his childishness. After all. a
man is young only twice.
Mode I Is a great virtue but a
man seldom gets iiis salary
on the strength of it.
Wiley "Frederick, ran you tl I
me when you were in 1920'.'''
Frederick"No, Why?"
Wiley"Well. I'm worried. I jusl
read that In 1920 ont person out ol
n prison.
"What do you think ol the Mu-
< um i
"Oh, the pictures are good enou .:..
but there ain't nc good jokes under
them."

lady who has no children wa
gushing over Helen, aged three
"HOW Old are you. darling?" she
asked.
I isn't old." said Helen. "I'm
nearly new."
that all racketeers be sent to some
tropical island. Tropical island? Is
that the hottest place he can think
of?
It is all right to make some I
go as far as possible, but it isn
policy to stretch the truth.
Barbers are limited lo 48 hours
by the provisions of the code, but
maybe everything will work out o.
k. if they talk faster.
Whither General Johnson goes.
all go also But what a pity
to cast aside all this marvelous!'.
developed sales resistance.
Tin five-day week oilers a pleas-
ing prospect, jusl so the fish don't
lake tin' same days oil that we do,
Once seen. General Johnson Is
never lorgotten. Incidentally.
has he been all our lives?
Concerning this green beer, we
may say that every day in everj
way i' Is1 getting bitter and bitter.
Gen. Smedley Butler suggests When comes the hour that niv trail
Scientists think prehistoric man
In America devoted much time to
running down camel. latest ripen
figures show 21 states have cue
Neanderthal.
Eugene O'Neill's new play, "Days
Without End." Is described as a
miracle drama. The description is
based on the tact that although
the play is almost as long as some
ol' I he others, a spectator can sit
through it.
A mathematician figures that
are 7.226,433 possible plays in
baseball. There is little an earnest
shortstop can do but keep trying.
demption and salvation ol their
This movement is ,to all
trances, developing great mo-
rn and i- destined to play a
very important roll in the lite i I
our youth in this country.
bark
out to cross the tidele.ss sea.
I shall be glad no heart will break
For want ol me.
The want, of you will never end.
It binds my heart with wreath of
rue.
\t\ soul is last in darkest night
For want of you.
Take it from Mollie Merrick in
her entrancing Hollywood column
in The Ni ws. "has a hope Ma> W< st doesn't have to hop) .
Mae already lias a chest.
"After all a vegetarian diet reads
to a meat eal i ays titlan Tillle,
"like a bunch of bolony."
Some el the bakers, it appears, do
I understand that the govern-
ment expects them to use yeast in
their bread, not in their pru i
Song title Inspired by a Century
ol Progressi: "How r. you going to
keep them down on the farm
they've seen 'he SI reels ol Paris?"'


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THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN
Friday, August 25. 1933.
.>,..>.a.>+.>.H..>**+*+**->-J*->-!"J*->**->*^:">^>M"J***->***+* perfection some place when m m may fancy -the vdl la tttfn which
" hides the divinitv behind it." Helen B. Bostwick has written a poem
iliaiMn ^ijnagog SitUrtm
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI %
Poundti nd Dirtetor, Radio Bynagoi of Amenci +
Sunday Mornings UIOD. Miami. FLORIDA ?
No. i;
+ vol. II. SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 1933. --------- +
"Hiding From God"
Scripture Readins. Psalm (XXXIX, Verses 1-18 inclusive.
IRECCOMMEND PSALM 139 to all those who believe themselves to be
religious. There are few elf-deslgnated individuals who are
not guilty of the common error of "hiding from God." I know that they
will deny it. But I air. not convinced by verbal denials. I ignore their
oaths to the contrary. Action- speak louder than words.
The religious people have been selected for criticism because they
are guilty I cannot accuse so-called agnostics or atheists, since, doubt-
ing or denying the existence of a Deity, they do not hide their actions
from Hun To them. He does not exist. But. when a person who pro-
fesses B ir llel in God performs surreptitious acts which are violations of
moral laws: when that individual, member of a religious denomination
which condemns injustice, Inflicts a wrong on another human being,
an act for which he can not legally be punished. I brand that act as an
attempt to "hide from God."
r!;. -.any law-abidil Itizens who are. nevertheless, "scoff-
laws." Some of you old-timers remember the term "scofflaw." A man
or a woman who places public opinion and favor above conscience is at-
tempting to hide from God. To keep within the law-law made by
alive enactmentis not sufficient. To keep out oi jail is no cri-
terion To keep above > proof of honor. To be acquitted
of a a judge or jury is no real proof of innocence. Ac
violate moral lav I .retting the perpetrator to a
Jury Indictment in attempts to hide from Ood.
M..n. and that embi race, has a peculiar idea
abou'. hi : conduct and (ility lor it. When a man or
womai p rlmi thi uppermost thought in his or her
min(| .. tectiOl by man. by society. That t!.'.' .
an All-Seeing Eye and an All-Hearing Ear escapes the thought and con-
lo hide from God.
And II b d :
Too mui:. mph Instruction n
.....Ood on Earth and God within us.
old have 1 lid d wn thi i i dvi( C n ld( thre things
n i thei : All-Seein E
All-I! i that a'.l In a book." The
did not locate these I iJ that
. : : Divim Ear and the Book ol Records wen .:.
some distant heaven. They left it for us to und< I to under-
is self, within '.He
l integral pan I i ai h li'.:.
t God I 01 l ::.' Creature
you will fall into the common error ol thinking of
hom you can avoid or from whom
you can flee. whom you cai
: dmll thai hi I ::. irt. Just
you? You can outthink
S i : on him. Why, yo i ve proven It
in busini .: ten ha' kept a "poker-face"
;; :'i in Bridgi not in
. your opponent
Oh. mart. Of i .<: Vou can fool
Isn'l
you luse others have
tried to fool Eh? No? Othi
v.. i the right, 1 d to fool
i ison- ,.'
about this thought. She called it "The King's Picture":
"The king from his council chamber
Came weary and sore of heart;
He called for Iliff, the painter,
And spake with him thus apart;
I am sickened of faces ignoble.
Hypocrites, cowards, and Knaves!
I shall shrink to their shrunken measure,
Chief slave in a real of slaves!
'Paint me a true man's picture,
Gracious and wise and good;
Endowed with strength of heroes.
And the beauty of womanhood.
It shall hang in my inmost chamber,
That thither when I retire.
It may fill my soul with grandeur
And warm it with sacred fire.'
So the artist painted the picture,
And hung it in the palace hall;
Never a thing so goodly
Had garnished the stately wall.
The king, with head uncovered.
Gazed on it with rapt delight,
Till it suddenly wore strange meaning.
And baffled his questioning sight.
For the form was his supplest courtier's
Perfect in every limb!
But the bearing was that of the henchman
Who filled the flagons lor him;
The brow was a priest's who pondered
His parchments early and late;
The eye was a wandering minstrel's
Who sang at the palace gate.
The lips, half sad and half mirthful,
With a flitting, tremulous grace.
Weie the very lips of a woman
He had kissed in the market place;
But the smile which her curve.- transfigured
As R rose with it.-, shimmer of dew.
Wa the smile of the wife who loved him,
Queen Evelyn, good and true.
Then 'Learn. O King.' said the artist,
Ti.s truth that the picture tells
How. that m every form of the human.
Some hint ol the highest dwells;
How, scanning each living temple
For the place where the veil Is thin.
We may gather, by beautiful glimpses,
The form oi the God within'."
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Now, if G if He I ture, you
will chance Cooling Him. You will hici; your actions from Him. After
all, Ithin tin p : your own home, or your own room.
Bic on you are mistaken. God Is right
there with you,- with you everywhere you are. Not as close to you as
your Foi often there is no .shadow. There is no shadow at
high noon. Thi re I no hadow In a dark room. There Is no siHtdow
llshed, and plan and plot But. Ood is
there yes, is I you are thi
"Hidi from God? r can't be done. The All-Seeing Eye Is within
you The AU-Hearii part of your own make-up. And there is
All your actions are recorded In a Book In the Book
sub your own real self. Try hiding from
that. TV) escaping from yourself. Not in this world, nor In the many
low.
How often have you been flattered or praised for virtues that you
know yon do not possess? How often have you paled at the fear ol be-
traying your own wicked sell.yes, your true self, in public? How fre-
quent!) havi you feared tlmt some skeleton in the closet ol your life
would step forth to accuse you? Is that hiding from God? Is that
ping? How often have you heard of men's crimes being discovered
after thi li deaths to brini ame to their families? Is that torgetfulness?
Or i. that an everlasting record?
What ol II ll you have succeeded in blinding men? Can you avoid
thai All Seeing Eye within you that is God? Suppose that you have
win pered and no man has heard, will you state that the All-Hearing
Ear of your God within you has not heard? Can you truthfully claim
that '.our Innermost thoughts are unknown to you? Do you realize that
those thoughts were recorded in that everlasting and indelliblc record
of your subconscious?
You have often heard it said of people that they look vile. Your
own looks may betray you to a fellowman. Your goodness and your evil
are at times vi.sibli even to the eye of a human being. Confucius long
ago said, "There is in every human being, however ignoble, some hint of
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prlday. August 25. 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
rage Five
SOCIETY
The barnyard carnival, the first of
birthday fund parties given by
I..,' Kasanof. Miss Daisy Shaft.
Miss Mary Bandel and Miss Claire
Simon, for the benefit of the Jun-
ior Council of Jewish Women, will
be held Tuesday evening. August
29, at the home of Lee Kasanof,
4230 Ingraham highway, Coconut
Grove. Those desirous of attend-
ing are asked to meet that evening
between 1 and 7:30 o'clock in front
of the Beth David Talmud Torah,
where transportation will be fur-
nished.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Lichens-
tetter and daughter have just re-
turned from their vacation, which
they spent In New York. Chicago,
Detroit ad Washigton.

The dance held Sunday evening
given by the Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women at the Tropical Gardens
which was to have been the final
erles, will be simply enumerated as
the fourth of the series, since the
inclemency of the weather hindered
the finals of the dance contest. The
(onicst was carried on and the win-
ning couples were Sam Silver and
Miss Edna Schoenfeld. Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Berlin, Bunny Beldner
and partner. The final dance is
iled for Sunday night. Sept.
3 at the Tropical Gardens, and the
cup will then be awarded to the
winning team contesting. A floor
how and the regular Knight's or-
Chestra will be featured. The next
regular meetim; will be with Mrs.
Esther Kaufman. Tuesday. Sept. 15.
at 1041 N. W. First st.
Mrs. Bessie Weinikolf is chair-
man and Mrs. Mae Levin, oc-hair-
man of the committee in charge of
arrangements.
We regret the error appearing in
our columns recently in the adver-
tisement of the King Funeral home
when a wrong telephone number
was carried. The error has been
corrected and right numbers now
appear. The King Funeral Home
operated by the late Frank P. Mc-
Ghan for a long time was one of
the pioneer institutions of its kind
in the city and during its existence
established a large number of
friends among the Jewish people of
this district. The establishment is
now being operated by Mrs. Frank
P. McGhan. his widow, who is fol-
lowing the policies of her late hus-
band in courteous, considerate and
reasonable treatment of her clien-
tele.

Mrs. Louis Silverman of Miami.
and daughter, Miss Edith Silver-
man, have returned from a two
months' motor trip to New York.
Boston and Chicago. Mrs. II. Trae-
ger. Boston, Mrs. Silverman's sis-
ter, returned with them to spend a
lew weeks.

Mrs. Sidney Beskind left Sunday
on the SS. Alleghany for Baltimore
From there she will motor to Camp
Wohelo, Waynesboro, Pa., to visit
her sister. Betty Letaw. who has
been spending the summer there.
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LUPE VELEZ
at public worship.
2. To strengthen the interest in
the Sabbath schools and Talmud
Torahs.
3. To enable smaller communi-
ties to observe kashrus by obtain-
ing kosher meat from the nearby
cities having such facilities, same
being under the supervision of the
rabbi functioning in that vicinity.
The call was signed Rabbi Adolph
Burger as chairman pro tern, and
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. as secretary
pro tern.

Mr, and Mrs. Morris Hermer i for-
merly Belle Goldman) are visiting
Mr. Hermer's sister at Oklahoma
City. Okla.
^
Mrs, Sadie Spiegel and daugh-
ters of 126 20th ave. N. E.. are visit-
ing relatives in ChCicago, 111.
city alter spending a month in Mew
York.
*
Mrs. Cy Argintar has been delay
(1 m returning home from North
Carolina but It is expected tha
will arrive with her sister at the end
of the week.

Bnai Brith held a meeting Mon-
day night at the Moose Hall. Gen-
eral indorsement of the NRA was
given by the Bnai Brith members.
The endorsement was followed by a
talk by Sam Schutzer. secretary A
social hour followed.

A benefit card party will be held
Thursday. August 31. at the Mon-
teray hotel to help raise funds :o
bring Bnai Brith state convention
to West Palm Beach.
and girls enjoyed the cake, candy,
ice cream and games
a
Mr. Bernette Roth was the prin-
cipal speaker Monday at the Rotary
Club in Daytona Beach.

Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagogue,
will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock
on Sunday morning on "Being a
Witness." In addition to the ser-
mon there will be prayers, hymns,
scripture reading and a question
box.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Services are held every Friday
evening at 8 o'clock at Congrega-
tion Bnai Israel. 921 Ninth st. N..
conducted by Rabbi A. S. Klein-
feld.

Mrs. B. Gelman of 277 Central
ave.. just returned from a trip to
Detroit. Mich.. Toronto. Ca.. and
Chicago. 111., where she attended
the World fair.

Frank Kleinfeld. son of Rabbi
Alexander S. Kleinfeld, left for
New York city to resume his studies
at the New York university.

A conference of the West Coast
Rabbis was held at St. Petersburg
on Sunday, Aug. 20, and it was de-
cided to invite all the rabbis of the
Conservative and Orthodox syna-
gogues of Florida, to meet at Or-
lando on Oct. 9, at which time the
following subjects will be discussed:
1. To promote traditional Juda-
ism; to raise congregations in Flor-
ida; to devise a program for the
benefit of the youth, to interest them
in Jewish literature and attendance
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Notes
Mrs. I. Moss was hostess last Sun-
day night at a bridge party at
Moose hall given for the benefit of
the Beth El Sisterhood. Mrs. J.
Barash. Mrs. H. Greenblatt and
Mr. S. Godlberg were winners of the
high score. Delicious refreshments
were served.

Mrs. Martin Dubbin was the win-
ner of a beautiful set of dishes given
away by Goldberg's Kosher market.
519 Clematis st. The dishes were
18-karat gold etched setting.

The Friendship club met at the
home of Mrs. M. Moss on 34th st.
Bridge was played and refreshments
were served. Mr. Ben Rose of Dur-
ham. N. C, was the guest for the
evening.
Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Herman,
rabbi of Beth Israel, have returned
to the city after spending the sum-
mer In Chicago.

Mr. T. Simon left for New York
and New Jersey on a buying and
pleasure trip.
Mrs. J. Barash and Mrs. A. Gor-
din will be hostesses at a bridge
party at the Schwartzberg hall for j 4
the benefit of the Beth Israel Sis-
terhood Sunday. August 27. 1933.

Leon Goldsmith has returned to
the city after an extended tour in
the North and North Carolina.

Mrs. Arthur Schoen left Saturday
for New York. She was accompan-
ied by her mother. Mrs. O. Dobrow.
After a short visit in New York
they will spend a month in Ashe-
ville. N. C.
Mrs. H. A. Lee has returned to
the city after spending se\era!
weeks in Hendersonville, N. C. Mr.
Lee and the children will remain
in Hendersonville until Sept. 1.

Mr. A. Kominers returned to the
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
Mrs. Louis Jacobs and family re-
turned to Orlando this week after
a seven weeks vacation at Hender-
sonville. N. C.
. .
Mrs. Win. Berkowitz and family
returned Monday after spending
two months at Daytona Beach.

Mr. B. Ornstein just returned
from his two weeks stay at the
World fair in Chicago.
o
Mr. and Mrs. Klepper left Sunday
on a buying trip to New York.

Mis. B. Safer had her daughter-
| in-law. Mrs. Perry Safer, from Jack- ,
sonville. visiting her this week.

Mrs. A. J. Haimowitz entertained
her house guest. Mrs. Dave Safer j
of Daytona Beach, who had been I
visiting her for a few days.

Irwln Berger celebrated his ninth
birthday Tuesday with a party at
his home. A large crowd of boys
Mr. George Sternberg is one of
the instructors in the newly founded
Florida Academy of Art in Orlando.

Another newcomer to the Art col-
ony is Mr. Abe Sternberg. who will
conduct a class in violin.

Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz has her
mother. Mrs. P. M. Rosengarten of
Miami, visiting her this week.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. August 25, 1933
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Mrs. H. Perlman of 106 West 26th
ave.. city, has left for a month's
visit with her daughter and son-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schoen, of
Passlac, N. J.

Miss Minnie Cracowaner of 210
East Park ave., is visiting in New
York city.

Mi.-s Sarah Hecht. of 2303 Morgan
st.. has been spending the month
of August in New York city, visit-
ing With relative.-.

Mr. Bob Steinberg has left the
city with Frank Grasso's Empire of
the Sun orchestra for Chicago, to
represent this section of the state
at the World fair. Mr. Bob Stein-
berg is assistant director.

Miss ROSallle Kircllick of 2422
Sunset dr.. has returned from a
visit of five week with relatives in
Boston and New York city.

Mis.- Charlotte Cracowaner of 210
Ka.-i Park ave.. has returned after
a visit of a few weeks to the World
fair in Chicago.
*
Lester Lelbowitz, son ol Mr. and
Mi.-. M. Leibowitz. 845 South Dela-
ware ave., celebrated hi.- Bar Mitz-
\;th Friday night, Aug. in al serv-
ices at Rodeph Sholom congrega-
tion. Delicious refreshments were
served downstairs in the auditorium
<;i the temple, by the hostess, who
was assisted by her daughters, the
Mi: i,,iii and Patilyne Leibo-
Mi- Tllie Simnnvit/. Mrs, I.
Abramovitz and Mrs O. Merovitz.

["he members 01 the Rodeph
Sholom choir will meet Tuesday
night at the temple to resume prae-
tor the Hiuh Holidays Mem-
bers ol the choir air the Misse
Florence Abramovitz, Esta Jenkins.
Pollei Beck Buchman
Ruth Schrieber, Sallii Finman
Mnky Lubetsky, Helen Aronovitz,
. Wohl, Mrs M W Ju ter and
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1212 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-8232
Mrs. M. H. Kisler. Mr. Roy Jen-
kins, Sam Arginlar and Sam Abra-
movitz. The choir is under the di?
rection of Rabbi Adolph Burger.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman. 2006
Taliaferro st.. have announced the
engagement of Mrs. Milchman's
daughter. Miss Florence Guterman.
to Simon Reed of Daytona Beach,
formerly of Jacksonville. Rabbi
Jacob Holzman. who recently ar-
rived here from New York, will of-
ficiate at the ceremony, which will
take place on Sept. 10 at 6 o'clock
in the afternoon.
A large group of relatives and
friends will be invited to the wed-
ding but the plans have not been
completed and will be announced
later. Several parties and showers
have been planned for the bride-
elect.
Miss Guterman was born in Tam-
pa and received her education in
local schools.
Her fiance was born in Balti-
more, where he was educated, later '<
moving to Jacksonville, where he
lived until nine years ago when he
went to Daytona Beach to reside
He is a son ot I. Reed of Daytona
Beach, and is founder of the Reed
Bottle Supply Co. The couple will
reside in Daytona Beach.

Several guests from other ell 1
atteded the invitation script dance
-imp. Tuesday night by the Merry
FellOWS club at the Tampa Yacht
and Country Club with music b\
Manuel Sanchez'.- orchestra. Visi-
tors Included Mis-- Adeline Gold-
s-em ot West Palm Beach. Nat Est-
: Plant City. Mr. and Mrs
Herman Blumberg 01 Dothan, Ala
Miss Edna Taub, Arthur and Irvin
laub 01 Clearwater, and Sldel Co
lakeland.

An imitation dance Is
planned by the Merry Fellows club
for tin first week In Septembi 1
the date to be announced. Guests
nor will bo '\\o now members,
Dr. Leon Schwartz and Maurlci
,an. riio committee includes
Fred Poller, Irvin Salsbury and
BUI Wolfson,
$1,000.00 In
Awards Offered
1 Continued from Page One)
N.R.A. Lawyer
Explains Message
I ( mi on 11,,I from Pane One I
pertaining to thrift and economy.
Detailed information concerning
the conditions of the competition
for the awards is available from
The Golden Rule Foundation. Lin-
coln building. New York. N. Y.
The award winning thrift sugges-
tions will be given to the public in
the autumn in a series of press re-
leasea and published in a book fcr
distribution through church and
benevolent agencies. The aim is not
only to help the unemployed and
those who with inadequate income
must economize, but also to chal-
lenge those in better circumstances
to "Earn. Save-and-SHARE" with
those less fortunate during Golden
Rule Week in December.
Over-sleep, a health lecturer
warns us, i.s as harmful as over-
work. I must ask someoe to waken
me every day at going-home time
instead of letting me sleep two or
three hours longer.
Eddie Cantor, probably the most
1 oved comedian on the American
and in the film world, appeal
at the TlVOli theatre this coming
.Sunday. Monday and Tuesday in
j "The Kid From spam" Sidn< y
I Fraklin, tin American Jewish bull-
ter, who ha.- made an enviable
bullfighter with the
greatest thai spam ha.- produced.
appear In a nexhibition during th
01 the picture. Singing,
dancing and musical comedy set-
afford Cantor the opportunity
to show his abilities [t is on.' ol
the finest entertainments produced
by the cinema world In recenl
agents, and life of the circus is
abily depicted in a manner _Uir)
keeps one laughing all the time yet
lias its undercurrent cf pathos. I'.
is a picture well worth seeing.
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Announcements!
L ___)
CONGREGATION BKTII JACOB
(Orthodox!
311 Whinnton Avc. Miami lion, h
The usual services begin at 6:30
p 111. with the late services at 8:30
p in., when Rabbi David I. Rosen-
of Montgomery, Ala., will
preach a sermon in English on "Th(
Duties and Responsibilities of the
Synagogue." Saturday morning
services begin at 8:30 a. m. wit'
Ha bin Rosenbloom preaching on the
portion of tho week In Yiddish.
unnecessarily prejudicial to mil- ,
lions of Americans; Jews and Chris- '.
tlans. to whom the Old Testament
i.s as holy as the New Testament.
"I am sure." he wrote, "you did
not deliberately wish to make an ,
invidious comparison between the
two religions. Unfortunately, in
employing your figure of speech
you sacrificed truth and historical
accuracy.
"The fact is: that the Sermon on
the Mount and the moral ideology
expressed in the New Testament-
far from being a departure from
the older Hebrew traditionstand
in a direct line with the ethical
ideas preached variously in the Old
Testament and amplified and inter-
preted by the Jewish spiritual lead-
ers. Scholars have more than once
pointed out that the idealism of
j the New Testament was in almost
1 all respects a recapitulation of earl-
, ier codes of morals and ethical be-
havior, prevalent among the Jews
before the advent of the new sect
of Christians. In many respects
even the wordings are the same. In
the light of this knowledge, it is
totally untrue to describe the New-
Testament and the Old Testament
as antagonists.
"You may also have overlooked
that your .statement was unneces-
sarily prejudicial to four millions of
your Jewish lei low citizens and to
wszsm
YOUR
VACATION
THIS YEAR IN
FLORIDA
many more millions of your Chris-
tian fellow-citizens to whom the
Old Testament is as holy as the
New Testament. The Jews cf this
country are naturally concerned
over any public statement that
would tend to reinforce racial and
religious prejudices. We are con-
vinced that there was not the re-
motest thought in your mind of say-
ing anything that would have such
an effect. But in advertently you
slipped into the use of a tempting
figure of speech which is likely to
be very harmful, especially because
of your high and responsible posi-
tion in public life and the universal
regard in which you are held.
"You will. I trust, accept my as-
surances that this letter is no;
prompted in a critical spirit. I am
confident, too, that you will desire
to take every passible step publicly
to correct the misapprehension un-
wittingly, though unfortunately,
created by this simile in youi oth-
erwise splendid address.
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139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Friday evening services begin al
(i:30 p.m. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed
by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily ser-
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Page four THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN Friday, August 25. 1933. > ,.. > a >+ .>. H .. > **+*+**->-J*->-!"J*->**->*^:">^> M J ***> *** + perfection some place when M m may fancy -the vdl la tttfn which hides the divinitv behind it." Helen B. Bostwick has written a poem iliaiMn ^ijnagog SitUrtm •:• Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI % Poundti nd Dirtetor, Radio Bynagoi of Amenci + SUNDAY MORNINGS UIOD. MIAMI. FLORIDA &f No. i; + vol. II. SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 1933. + "Hiding From God" Scripture Readins. Psalm (XXXIX, Verses 1-18 inclusive. I RECCOMMEND PSALM 139 to all those who believe themselves to be religious. There are few elf-deslgnated individuals who are not guilty of the common error of "hiding from God." I know that they will deny it. But I air. not convinced by verbal denials. I ignore their oaths to the contrary. Actionspeak louder than words. The religious people have been selected for criticism because they are guilty I cannot accuse so-called agnostics or atheists, since, doubting or denying the existence of a Deity, they do not hide their actions from Hun To them. He does not exist. But. when a person who professes B ir llel in God performs surreptitious acts which are violations of moral laws: when that individual, member of a religious denomination which condemns injustice, Inflicts a wrong on another human being,— an act for which he can not legally be punished. I brand that act as an attempt to "hide from God." •r!;. -.any law-abidil Itizens who are. nevertheless, "scofflaws." Some of you old-timers remember the term "scofflaw." A man or a woman who places public opinion and favor above conscience is attempting to hide from God. To keep within the law-law made by alive enactment— is not sufficient. To keep out oi jail is no criterion To keep above > proof of honor. To be acquitted of a a judge or jury is no real proof of innocence. Ac violate moral lav I .retting the perpetrator to a Jury Indictment in attempts to hide from Ood. M..n. and that embi race, has a peculiar idea abou'. hi :• conduct and (ility lor it. When a man or womai p rlmi thi uppermost thought in his or her m i n( | .. tectiOl by man. by society. That t!.'.' an All-Seeing Eye and an All-Hearing Ear escapes the thought and conlo hide from God. And II b d : % %  Too mui:. mph Instruction n Ood on Earth and God within us. old have 1 lid d wn thi i i dvi( • C n ld( thre things n i thei : All-Seein E All-I! i that a'.l In a book." The did not locate these I iJ that •: %  : • Divim Ear and the Book ol Records wen .:. some distant heaven. They left it for us to und< I to underis self, within '.He l %  integral pan I i ai h li'.:. t God % % %  I 01 l ::.' Creature you will fall into the common error ol thinking of hom you can avoid or from whom you can flee. whom you cai : dmll thai hi I ::. irt. Just you? You can outthink S i • •: %  on him. Why, yo i ve proven It in busini .: ten ha' kept a "poker-face" ;; :'i in Bridgi not in your opponent Oh. mart. Of i %  .<: %  Vou can fool Isn'l you luse others have tried to fool Eh? No? Othi v.. i the right, 1 d to fool i ison•,.' about this thought. She called it "The King's Picture": "The king from his council chamber Came weary and sore of heart; He called for Iliff, the painter, And spake with him thus apart; I am sickened of faces ignoble. Hypocrites, cowards, and Knaves! I shall shrink to their shrunken measure, Chief slave in a real of slaves! 'Paint me a true man's picture, Gracious and wise and good; Endowed with strength of heroes. And the beauty of womanhood. It shall hang in my inmost chamber, That thither when I retire. It may fill my soul with grandeur And warm it with sacred fire.' So the artist painted the picture, And hung it in the palace hall; Never a thing so goodly Had garnished the stately wall. The king, with head uncovered. Gazed on it with rapt delight, Till it suddenly wore strange meaning. And baffled his questioning sight. For the form was his supplest courtier's Perfect in every limb! But the bearing was that of the henchman Who filled the flagons lor him; The brow was a priest's who pondered His parchments early and late; The eye was a wandering minstrel's Who sang at the palace gate. The lips, half sad and half mirthful, With a flitting, tremulous grace. Weie the very lips of a woman He had kissed in the market place; But the smile which her curve.transfigured As R rose with it.-, shimmer of dew. Wa the smile of the wife who loved him, Queen Evelyn, good and true. Then 'Learn. O King.' said the artist, Ti.s truth that the picture tells— How. that m every form of the human. Some hint ol the highest dwells; How, scanning each living temple For the place where the veil Is thin. We may gather, by beautiful glimpses, The form oi the God within'." L. (Pop) GERSON Buyer of all kinds of scrap metal. We sell auto parts, machinery etc. 2141 N. W. SECOND AVENUE Kevs Made While You Wait R. L. (Bob) GARKI Safe, Gun and Lock Expert ALL WORK GCARANTEED j 211 N. E. 13th St, Phone 2-0718! BEAUTIFY THE GRAVES! GfaVro Markers Made to Order H. Cliff Dresser 187 N. W. 22nd Street + I BOGGS for Shoe Repairing The Very Fineat of Sole Leather Immediate Attention in the Cleane-1 and I'.'-i Shop in Miami Prlcoo Right — Convenient Location We Make Your Shoes Look Like Ne -SEVBOI.D ARCADE 40 N. E. First Street IN %  %  Want to Sell Vnur Household Goods? Then Sell at A L'CTION and gel highest prices from conI sinner. Consult RAX WRIGHT,] auctioneer. Phone t-2860. + +• %  Soy Bean Bread and ol.her >exrtahle bread1 (,()<)l) HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. I'll.:, W. I laaitf si. Phone 1-18II llin Washington Avenue, M. it. The "Good Health" Kind + i BON TON Dry Cleaners We Call Pof and Deliver Carpets and KUKS Cleaned or Dyed W. Do I'leatinir I'lant and Main Office: S37 N. W. Sth Art. Phone 2-671.". The Finest and Freshest Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Everything choice MRS. A. WALL Stall 22 ROOSEVELT CURB MARKE1 N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th St. Delaney & Beers Kodak Finishing and Enlarging Commercial Work and Home Portrait! 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. K. Ill, St. Phone Milt :. • It? Now, if G if He I %  %  ture, you will chance Cooling Him. You will hici; your actions from Him. After all, Ithin tin p : your own home, or your own room. Bic on you are mistaken. God Is right there with you,with you everywhere you are. Not as close to you as your Foi often there is no .shadow. There is no shadow at high noon. Thi re I no hadow In a dark room. There Is no siHtdow llshed, and plan and plot But. Ood is there yes, is I you are thi "Hidi from God? r can't be done. The All-Seeing Eye Is within you The AU-Hearii part of your own make-up. And there is All your actions are recorded In a Book In the Book sub your own real self. Try hiding from that. TV) escaping from yourself. Not in this world, nor In the many low. How often have you been flattered or praised for virtues that you know yon do not possess? How often have you paled at the fear ol betraying your own wicked sell.—yes, your true self, in public? How frequent!) havi you feared tlmt some skeleton in the closet ol your life would step forth to accuse you? Is that hiding from God? Is that ping? How often have you heard of men's crimes being discovered after thi li deaths to brini ame to their families? Is that torgetfulness? Or i. that an everlasting record? What ol II ll you have succeeded in blinding men? Can you avoid thai All Seeing Eye within you that is God? Suppose that you have win pered and no man has heard, will you state that the All-Hearing Ear of your God within you has not heard? Can you truthfully claim that '.our Innermost thoughts are unknown to you? Do you realize that those thoughts were recorded in that everlasting and indelliblc record of your subconscious? You have often heard it said of people that they look vile. Your own looks may betray you to a fellowman. Your goodness and your evil are at times vi.sibli even to the eye of a human being. Confucius long ago said, "There is in every human being, however ignoble, some hint of > Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE L. DIXON COMPANY "Thi House That Servici Built" •'• 1100 \. E. 2nd Avenne Phone 2-6751 Royal Typewriters New jxm\ Factor) Rebuilt Portables. S2U.50 to SC0.00 15. W. TIIACKEK, Local Dealer .'in \. K. Ind St. I'hone 2-011.1 I* EXCURSIONS WORLD'S FAIR Round Trip from Miami to Chicago, $34.00 St. Louis, $25.90 I he. h-arcam excursion fares on sale from all Florida points to ( bJeagO, St. Louis and many other North and West destination* on the following dates: .September 1st, 2nd, 3rd; October 5th and 6th; November 28th and 29th. REDUCED PULLMAN FARES ON ALL EXCURSION DATES 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—Every mile sparkling with scenic beautv and historic interest. For complete information. All-Expense Worlds Fair Tours write DIXIE FLYER ROUTE C. & E. I. L. & N. N. C. A ST. L. M. J. PRATT. T. P. A.. N. C. & ST. L.-L. A \ 207 S. E. First Street, Phone 2-3030 MIAMI, FLORIDA NICELEY Funeral I lome 12.16 Washington Ave.. Miami Boock PHONE 5-3355 lectricity IS YOi/R CHEAPEST SERVANT.. lUeit! WrTi %  -.. aSWMPAVfL I



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prlday. August 25. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN rage Five SOCIETY The barnyard carnival, the first of • birthday fund parties given by I..,' Kasanof. Miss Daisy Shaft. Miss Mary Bandel and Miss Claire Simon, for the benefit of the Junior Council of Jewish Women, will be held Tuesday evening. August 29, at the home of Lee Kasanof, 4230 Ingraham highway, Coconut Grove. Those desirous of attending are asked to meet that evening between 1 and 7:30 o'clock in front of the Beth David Talmud Torah, where transportation will be furnished. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Lichenstetter and daughter have just returned from their vacation, which they spent In New York. Chicago, Detroit ad Washigton. • • The dance held Sunday evening given by the Junior Council of Jewish Women at the Tropical Gardens which was to have been the final erles, will be simply enumerated as the fourth of the series, since the inclemency of the weather hindered the finals of the dance contest. The (onicst was carried on and the winning couples were Sam Silver and Miss Edna Schoenfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Berlin, Bunny Beldner and partner. The final dance is iled for Sunday night. Sept. 3 at the Tropical Gardens, and the cup will then be awarded to the winning team contesting. A floor how and the regular Knight's orChestra will be featured. The next regular meetim; will be with Mrs. Esther Kaufman. Tuesday. Sept. 15. at 1041 N. W. First st. Mrs. Bessie Weinikolf is chairman and Mrs. Mae Levin, oc-hairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. We regret the error appearing in our columns recently in the advertisement of the King Funeral home when a wrong telephone number was carried. The error has been corrected and right numbers now appear. The King Funeral Home operated by the late Frank P. McGhan for a long time was one of the pioneer institutions of its kind in the city and during its existence established a large number of friends among the Jewish people of this district. The establishment is now being operated by Mrs. Frank P. McGhan. his widow, who is following the policies of her late husband in courteous, considerate and reasonable treatment of her clientele. • • • Mrs. Louis Silverman of Miami. and daughter, Miss Edith Silverman, have returned from a two months' motor trip to New York. Boston and Chicago. Mrs. II. Traeger. Boston, Mrs. Silverman's sister, returned with them to spend a lew weeks. • • • Mrs. Sidney Beskind left Sunday on the SS. Alleghany for Baltimore From there she will motor to Camp Wohelo, Waynesboro, Pa., to visit her sister. Betty Letaw. who has been spending the summer there. PLAYING AT Til! 71II AWE. THEATRE TIVOLI >hm* 0:15 and 0:110 P. M. Sunday, continuous 2 to 11. Monday, 6:45 and 9 P. M. Sunday. 20c till 6:30 Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, August 27-28-29 "Kid From Spain" I

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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. August 25, 1933 Tampa, Fla. Notes Mrs. H. Perlman of 106 West 26th ave.. city, has left for a month's visit with her daughter and son-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schoen, of Passlac, N. J. • • Miss Minnie Cracowaner of 210 East Park ave., is visiting in New York city. • • • Mi.-s Sarah Hecht. of 2303 Morgan st.. has been spending the month of August in New York city, visiting With relative.-. • • • Mr. Bob Steinberg has left the city with Frank Grasso's Empire of the Sun orchestra for Chicago, to represent this section of the state at the World fair. Mr. Bob Steinberg is assistant director. • • • Miss ROSallle Kircllick of 2422 Sunset dr.. has returned from a visit of five week with relatives in Boston and New York city. • • • Mis.Charlotte Cracowaner of 210 Ka.-i Park ave.. has returned after a visit of a few weeks to the World fair in Chicago. • • Lester Lelbowitz, son ol Mr. and Mi.-. M. Leibowitz. 845 South Delaware ave., celebrated hi.Bar Mitz\;th Friday night, Aug. in al services at Rodeph Sholom congregation. Delicious refreshments were served downstairs in the auditorium <;i the temple, by the hostess, who was assisted by her daughters, the Mi: I,,III and Patilyne LeiboMiTllie Simnnvit/. Mrs, I. Abramovitz and Mrs O. Merovitz. • • ["he members 01 the Rodeph Sholom choir will meet Tuesday night at the temple to resume praetor the Hiuh Holidays Members ol the choir air the Misse Florence Abramovitz, Esta Jenkins. Pollei Beck Buchman Ruth Schrieber, Sallii Finman Mnky Lubetsky, Helen Aronovitz, Wohl, Mrs M W Ju ter and PAINT SALE Quality Paints At greatly reduced prices. Thir will be your last opportunity to buy GOOD PAINT so cheap. Why not come in and investigate? We will be glad to give you a free sample. Binswanger &. Co. Glass, Mirrors, Paints 1212 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-8232 Mrs. M. H. Kisler. Mr. Roy Jenkins, Sam Arginlar and Sam Abramovitz. The choir is under the di? rection of Rabbi Adolph Burger. • • Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman. 2006 Taliaferro st.. have announced the engagement of Mrs. Milchman's daughter. Miss Florence Guterman. to Simon Reed of Daytona Beach, formerly of Jacksonville. Rabbi Jacob Holzman. who recently arrived here from New York, will officiate at the ceremony, which will take place on Sept. 10 at 6 o'clock in the afternoon. A large group of relatives and friends will be invited to the wedding but the plans have not been completed and will be announced later. Several parties and showers have been planned for the brideelect. Miss Guterman was born in Tampa and received her education in local schools. Her fiance was born in Baltimore, where he was educated, later '< moving to Jacksonville, where he lived until nine years ago when he went to Daytona Beach to reside He is a son ot I. Reed of Daytona Beach, and is founder of the Reed Bottle Supply Co. The couple will reside in Daytona Beach. • • • Several guests from other ell 1 atteded the invitation script dance -IMP. Tuesday night by the Merry FellOWS club at the Tampa Yacht and Country Club with music b\ Manuel Sanchez'.orchestra. Visitors Included Mis-Adeline Golds-em ot West Palm Beach. Nat Est: Plant City. Mr. and Mrs Herman Blumberg 01 Dothan, Ala Miss Edna Taub, Arthur and Irvin laub 01 Clearwater, and Sldel Co lakeland. • • • An imitation dance Is planned by the Merry Fellows club for tin first week In Septembi 1 the date to be announced. Guests nor will bo '\\o now members, Dr. Leon Schwartz and Maurlci ,an. riio committee includes Fred Poller, Irvin Salsbury and BUI Wolfson, $1,000.00 In Awards Offered 1 Continued from Page One) N.R.A. Lawyer Explains Message I ( mi on 11,, I from Pane One I pertaining to thrift and economy. Detailed information concerning the conditions of the competition for the awards is available from The Golden Rule Foundation. Lincoln building. New York. N. Y. The award winning thrift suggestions will be given to the public in the autumn in a series of press releasea and published in a book fcr distribution through church and benevolent agencies. The aim is not only to help the unemployed and those who with inadequate income must economize, but also to challenge those in better circumstances to "Earn. Save-and-SHARE" with those less fortunate during Golden Rule Week in December. Over-sleep, a health lecturer warns us, i.s as harmful as overwork. I must ask someoe to waken me every day at going-home time instead of letting me sleep two or three hours longer. Eddie Cantor, probably the most 1 oved comedian on the American %  and in the film world, appeal at the TlVOli theatre this coming .Sunday. Monday and Tuesday in j "The Kid From spam" Sidn< y I Fraklin, tin American Jewish bullter, who ha.made an enviable bullfighter with the greatest thai spam ha.produced. appear In a nexhibition during th • %  01 the picture. Singing, dancing and musical comedy setafford Cantor the opportunity to show his abilities [t is on.' ol the finest entertainments produced by the cinema world In recenl agents, and life of the circus is abily depicted in a manner _Uir) keeps one laughing all the time yet lias its undercurrent cf pathos. I'. is a picture well worth seeing. < •Announcements! L ) CONGREGATION BKTII JACOB (Orthodox! 311 Whinnton Avc. Miami lion, h The usual services begin at 6:30 p 111. with the late services at 8:30 p in., when Rabbi David I. Rosenof Montgomery, Ala., will preach a sermon in English on "Th( Duties and Responsibilities of the Synagogue." Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a. m. wit' Ha bin Rosenbloom preaching on the portion of tho week In Yiddish. unnecessarily prejudicial to mil, lions of Americans; Jews and Chris'. tlans. to whom the Old Testament i.s as holy as the New Testament. "I am sure." he wrote, "you did not deliberately wish to make an invidious comparison between the two religions. Unfortunately, in employing your figure of speech you sacrificed truth and historical accuracy. "The fact is: that the Sermon on the Mount and the moral ideology expressed in the New Testamentfar from being a departure from the older Hebrew tradition—stand in a direct line with the ethical ideas preached variously in the Old Testament and amplified and interpreted by the Jewish spiritual leaders. Scholars have more than once pointed out that the idealism of j the New Testament was in almost 1 all respects a recapitulation of earl, ier codes of morals and ethical behavior, prevalent among the Jews before the advent of the new sect of Christians. In many respects even the wordings are the same. In the light of this knowledge, it is totally untrue to describe the NewTestament and the Old Testament as antagonists. "You may also have overlooked that your .statement was unnecessarily prejudicial to four millions of your Jewish lei low citizens and to wszsm YOUR VACATION THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA many more millions of your Christian fellow-citizens to whom the Old Testament is as holy as the New Testament. The Jews cf this country are naturally concerned over any public statement that would tend to reinforce racial and religious prejudices. We are convinced that there was not the remotest thought in your mind of saying anything that would have such an effect. But in advertently you slipped into the use of a tempting figure of speech which is likely to be very harmful, especially because of your high and responsible position in public life and the universal regard in which you are held. "You will. I trust, accept my assurances that this letter is no; prompted in a critical spirit. I am confident, too, that you will desire to take every passible step publicly to correct the misapprehension unwittingly, though unfortunately, created by this simile in youi otherwise splendid address. %  % % % % % % % % % %  l a : The I %  Keg Inn %  Gold Beer [ %  Plate Lunches 1 1857 W. Flagler Street %  MIAMI, FLA. %  TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform! 1.17 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Short service will be held Frit nights with Rabbi Kaplan official Ing in Kaplan hall, beginning al 1-rank These will continue until the High Holiday services, detaili of which will be announced shortly, to your HEALTH! I OMPLETE Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators Geo. Patterson, Inc. 1405 Itl-i.ime Blvd. 1'hone L'l-,1 i 1, Tracy as the high pressure agent, shows ins abilities together with Lupe Velez at the Till ave. theatre next Sunday and Monday in "Half Naked Truth." The appeal of the sawdust trail to the -bowman, the buidling up and tearing down of reputationby press DESERVEDLY POPULAR GRAUPNER'S SILVER STOCK AND X-TRA FINE BEERS BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT ~") "Best by Test" FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc. JOHN TIIEOPIIILES, General Manager 45C W. Flagler St. Phone 2-7360 !" u* ir Stock BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Friday evening services begin 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) 154.-, S. W. Third Street SCHLITZ BEER BOTTLED AM) DRAUGHT fs Still the Best on the Market For Sale at All Better Establishments MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERYCO. DISTRIBUTORS 216 N. E. 11th St. Phone 2-3117 The uusual Friday evening .services begin at 6:30. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. Next Friday evening the late Friday night services will be resumed with a prominent rabbi as the guest speaker. + Cola's Shoe Shop Highest Quality Workmanship j and Materials Visit Our New Location 1233 WEST FLAGLER ST. Opposite Firestone Station GRAHAM'S MM is the ideal summer food Because it is produced by the finest of Jersey cows in Dade county, because it is scientifically and hygienically cared for; because of its high butter fat content. %  the use of GRAHAM'S MILK is increasing by leaps and %  bounds. %  %  ASK YOUR DEALER FOR MILK FROM %  GRAHAM'S DAIRY MIAMI DEPOT: 416 N. E. 2nd Ave. I'hone 2-1247. I'ENNStTO, FLA.: Canal 25">-J %  %  % % % % %  %  %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 



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Friday. August 25, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Thrte THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN 1-1 III.ISHKI) KVEKV FRIDAY t the IT WISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. 0. Box 2873 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 F.XF.dTIVF. OFFICES: II1-1S Sciurily Hid*. Phone 2-6493 i i.i i %  ii:i \ I OFFICES: fc.'l S. W. l.'.lh Avenue Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SIIOCHET. Editor EDWARD t'AKI.IN. Adverting Minigtr HI II K. BHOCHBTi CirruUlion Manaurr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Entered M wcond i-ln.su matter July 4. 1080, lit the Paot Office! at Miami. Florida, under the Act t March I, 1879. WEST PALM BEACH Guardians in New York, who has made public the results of a study of the activities of Jewish communal welfare and character building institutions Jewish juvenile delinquency decreased by 33 per cent in the last 11 years. Although the number of juvenile court arraignments in the last eleven years show an Increase of 1.392. the Jewish cases were reduced by 437. Where Jewish juvenile delinquents represented 22.07 per cent of the total number in 1922. the Ilrsl year of the .survey, last year this percentage was reduced to 14.0 per cent. These figures are eloquent evidence ol i In need for and value of Jewish centers. In sponsoring such Institutions we make possible the development of a sense of morality, social justice and ethics in our Jewish youth. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representative TAMPA, FLA.: Mrs. M. II. Kistler Representative srilSCRIPTION ^i\ Montha One V.:ir $1.(10 $2.00 FRIDAY, AUGUST !.".. lit:::',. Vol. (i — No. 34. A New Diaspora The invitation of the Jugoslavia nmenl to German Jews to settle m Jugoslavia has focused attention on the development of a new Diaspora. Bewildered by the iudden turn oi events which has nade them refugees and self-imposed exiles, the German Jews are lily seeking havens everywhere. Those who can or will go lo Palestine, but even the most. anguine Zionists cannot hope to plan) 600.000 Jew., from Germany to Palestine. As a result German Jews have been migrating in Increasing numbers to Spain, .ti. (lima. South America, Turkey, Persia, and other lands whose doors are Still open. The oiler ol a haven In Jugoslavia will no doubt result in a mass migration to the Balkans. This new dispersion may be pregnant with great potentialities for the future of Jewry, The bulk oi the German Jews are people ol culture, education and talent. Their presence In Increasing numbers In places where Jews are known only BS peddlers and tradesmen will do much to educate the world to what the Jew can be it given half a chance. The genius |>I German Jewry, long expended ill behalf Of a Fatherland that now rejects it. will go far towards rehabilitating the economic and cultured life ol such backward nations as China. Persia and l he Iialkans. Perhaps the tragedy of German Jewry, a strange repetition ol the .Spanish expulsion, will lead to the rise ol a meat Jewry elsewhere as the heglras of 1492 and 1880-1882 led to the use of American Jewry. value to the student of medicine, to the physician as well as to those engaged in sanitary engineering or public health work. So, whenever we think of Jews : who through their service to mankind have indirectly been instrumental in bringing credit on the Jewish name, let us occasionally remember in our 'Who's Who" such distinguished physicians who rarely if ever find their names in the news columns of the press. THE GLOOM CHASE! The Value of Jewish Centers One of the principal arguments in i the Jewish community center movement is that it builds cliarami i; Jewish youth. It has aid, and justly so. that a Jewnter In a community i.social insurance for the Jewish youth ol that community. Striking proof of the truth ot these assertions comes from Dr. John Slawson, executive or ol the Jewish Board ol a direct result Relative Values When we study "Who's Who" In American Jewry and consider the men chosen for distinction In "popular contests." or even, when we note to whom is given the Zeta Beta Tail medal for distinguished service in American Jewish life, we must contemplate on relative valuein life. For example, who would choose such a Jew as i):. Milton Rosenau ol Harvard University fo> nil Ion such as we have mi nHoned? On the contrary, we should probably choosi a banker like Warbuig, .; lav yi i like Untermeyer, o publisher like Ochs, an actor like Warfield, u merchant like tsidor Straus and BO on and sn Forth, But who would think ol a doi tor Ilk %  Rosei au.' The reai on wc arc think %  in-' oi luiii just now is because we ha before us a art Icle ic Bos ton "Jewish Advocate." written by i )! %  Solomon ic Kagan whi > onsiders Rosenau under the general title ol "Benefactors ol Mankind." n would seem in us that a beni factor ni mankind should certainly be considered as worthy ol special mention, n he happens to be a Jew l hen surely he has done as much for the cause ol Jewish life i banker or lawyer or publisher. We ii' ed not quote the entire article, but we are sure Dr. K will have no objection, If, In order to prove our contention thai Dr, Rosenau is entitled to a place In the Jewish Hall ol Fame, we quote from his statements. So we will just choose two opening paragraphs: Dr. Milton J. Rosenau is an outstanding teai her, organizer, and an International authority In the field ol hygiene. He has become professor oi preventive medicine and hygiene at the Harvard Medical School since 1009, professor Of epldemOlOgy at the Harvard School of Public Health since 1002, and lecturer at the Naval Medical School from 1904 to 1909. Dr. Rosenau is the author ol "Liability ol the Bacillus Pestis" 119011: "CoCurse oi Pathology and Bacteriology" (1902), "Disinfection and Disinfectant" (1902), "Experimental Studies In Yellow Pever and Malaria" (1904), "The Immunity Unit for Diphtheria Antitoxin" 11908), "A Mi thod ol Inoculating Annuals with Precise Amounts" 1190:")'. "The Cause ol .Sudden Death Following the Injection ol Horse Serum" (1906), "Experimental Gastric Ulcer" (198), "The i and Spread oi Typhus Fever' ii9t)7i. "The Standardisation of Tetanus Antitoxin" (1908), "The Milk Question" (1912), and "Preventive Medicine and Hygiene" 11912). The latter Is a comprehensive classical work. Is n< the best textbook on tins subject, and is called the bible ol preventive medicine This book includes the fields of medical and related sciwhlcfa form the foundation for public health, and is ol The Halutzim Movement By DR. HERMAN SEIDEL During a recent trip to points In the Middle West and Canada I had the opportunity to address a number of sniffln (branches) of thi HalUtKim groups In several cities I was very much impressed with the rapid strides this movement, which was begun in this country jus' about one year ami. has made. In Detroit Chicago, Milwaukee, Toronto < in ada. I found well organized groups ol enthusiastic young men and women, born and raised in this country, ready to assume the full burdi nl and responsibility of pioneer work in Palestine. They study Hebri w. They acquaint therm with the full details and tmp'.ici.the Zionist movement in 11 various forms and groupin rhej ather knowledge about %  %  • %  tine, their neighbors, and they prepare themselves menially and i cally for a life oi devotion and consi c ration that their future life in Palestine may require. Then at the present day three tural training centers In the I States. One near Albany. N. \" one near Minneapolis, Minn.: and One near Baltimore. There iboul sixty Halutzim on thesi three farms at the pit i time. In Chici 'hen is a HechalUtZ. There i~ another Beth Hechalutz In the city of New YorU. 'The Belli Hechalutz. or the Pil '•ni'.'Home, Is B new phase In 11 %  • Hachsharah (training) work Whereas the farm Is for agricultural training, the Beth Heel ifor the preparation and the train iiv. ni the city or Industrial wi in the Beth Hechalutz the members ol the group find employment In whatever trades they are skilled wherever they may Join a shop or a factory and learn a trade that is needed and useful In Palestine. Thi earnings are pooled and the mode ol living i.. on a cooperative basis While they continue to learn theli trades and wink In the shop 01 factories, they In the meantime an being prepared for the group cooperative life, and are trained culturally and physically so that they may properly til In with the life and work in Palestine. Jewish life in Palestine has already assumed and developed certain definite national characteristic! and evolved definite national features. During the past BO yeai of struggles, strivings and aspirations, tin' Hebrew language has bei n definitely established. Certain tendencies in thinking and deflnlti views on life and its purposes and a lair amount ol cohesion between the Immigrants from various countries has already been formed, and II is, therefore, ol the utmost importance for the community in Palestine as well as the new arrival.-to lighten and shorten the Ion period by the advanced preparation Of the Halutzim before their departure. The Halutzim movement is Offer%  opportunity for American-Jewish youth of self-expression. It i~ offering an outlet for t i ergies and strivings of our youth who an craving for adventure or for a life ol Idealism, who wish to conset rate I hemsehn s for the reWilson C. Price, supervisor of the Pennsylvania State Highway Patrol, has announced, according to a dispatch from Harrisburg, that: Bow legs will not be held against an applicant for enlistment, provided they are not too bowed. Earl Carroll, however, is we understand, making no such concession for the coming season. According to one critic, England's trouble is that she has too many politicians and not enough statemen. Our trouble is different. We have nothing but politicians. The danger In flying upside down for 125 miles, as recently done. Is possibly overdrawn, as we understand the filer in this case carried no fountain pen. Additional Election Returns Iron, Kentucky. 'From Hodgenville Herald-News.i ANNOUNCEMENT. I have thought oi running for County Judge, but I found my enemies, both Democratic and Republican, so numerous, who said they would go alter me with meat axes and sharp sticks, that I have decid ed to tell them to take the offici o to hell with It. (;. B. iNothing tires a man like being worked by others. It is far better to be disappointed in love than in marriage. A man with a lot of money is always a great help—to himself. The man who can't afford to travel enjoys it more than the man who can. Women are like men in one respect : Some are good and some are not. Mussolini's dentist discloses that the great man is oblivious to pain. They say he motorcycles, too, without an injection of novocain. Mrs. Paavo Nurmi of Finland, has gone Holly w oodish. and is suing Pavvo for divorce. She thinks he ha; been iving her the runaround. The official word that physicians may now prescribe it freely has evidently reached the snaki they are biting much better. Railroad Agent 'Hen anol hi i farmer who is suing us on account ws lal "One ol our Mams has them, I suppose'' A %  i ii "No, he claims our train •II io slow that the ; rs leai out the windows and milk hi as they an by." sir J, C Squire pleads with us to remember Shaw's genius and overlook his childishness. After all. a man is young only twice. Mode I • %  Is a great virtue but a man seldom gets iiis salary on the strength of it. Wiley — "Frederick, ran you tl I me when you were in 1920'.''' Frederick—"No, Why?" Wiley— "Well. I'm worried. I jusl read that In 1920 ont person out ol n prison. "What do you think ol the Mu< um i "Oh, the pictures are good enou .:.. but there ain't nc good jokes under them." • • lady who has no children wa gushing over Helen, aged three "HOW Old are you. darling?" she asked. I isn't old." said Helen. "I'm nearly new." that all racketeers be sent to some tropical island. Tropical island? Is that the hottest place he can think of? It is all right to make some I go as far as possible, but it isn policy to stretch the truth. Barbers are limited lo 48 hours by the provisions of the code, but maybe everything will work out o. k. if they talk faster. Whither General Johnson goes. all go also But what a pity to cast aside all this marvelous!'. developed sales resistance. Tin five-day week oilers a pleasing prospect, jusl so the fish don't lake tin' same days oil that we do, Once seen. General Johnson Is never lorgotten. Incidentally. has he been all our lives? Concerning this green beer, we may say that every day in everj way i' Is 1 getting bitter and bitter. Gen. Smedley Butler suggests When comes the hour that niv trail Scientists think prehistoric man In America devoted much time to running down camel. latest ripen figures show 21 states have cue Neanderthal. Eugene O'Neill's new play, "Days Without End." Is described as a miracle drama. The description is based on the tact that although the play is almost as long as some ol' I he others, a spectator can sit through it. A mathematician figures that are 7.226,433 possible plays in baseball. There is little an earnest shortstop can do but keep trying. demption and salvation ol their This movement is ,to all trances, developing great morn and idestined to play a very important roll in the lite i I our youth in this country. bark out to cross the tidele.ss sea. I shall be glad no heart will break For want ol me. The want, of you will never end. It binds my heart with wreath of rue. \t\ soul is last in darkest night For want of you. Take it from Mollie Merrick in her entrancing Hollywood column in The Ni ws. "has a hope W< st doesn't have to hop) Mae already lias a chest. "After all a vegetarian diet reads to a meat eal i ays titlan Tillle, "like a bunch of bolony." Some el the bakers, it appears, do I understand that the government expects them to use yeast in their bread, not in their pru i Song title Inspired by a Century ol Progressi: "How r. you going to keep them down on the farm they've seen 'he SI reels ol Paris?"'


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# e Jewish floridiai HI FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 6. No. 34. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 25. 1933. Price Five Cent* Jewish News About the World GERMAN-JEWISH CHILDREN TO GET "JIM CROW" SEATS. Berlin. — Beginning with the new school term all Jewish children in the German public schools will have to be seated on special "Jim Crow" lunches where their non-Jewish classmates can easily recognize tin in. according to a ruling issued lo all school officials by the Nazi minister of education. Bernhard Rust. Moreover, all school childre will be obliged to salute their teachers daily with the cry of "Heil Hitler" and regardless of their race will have to participate in (he daily singing "I fie Nazi anti-Semitic songs, many of which call for violence against Jews. NAZIS BREAK PLEDGE. London. — In direct defiance of tiie Hitler government's pledge to | l eague of Nations that it would withdraw all anti-Semitic legislation in Upper Silesia as a violation of the minorities clauses ill Hie ie's covenant, a Jew by the name of \V> •i/maiin has been disd Horn Ins position and as a result his wife, two young daughti and he himself have committed suicide. Beach To Have N .R.A. Lawyer Explains Message Noted Rabbi Rabbi David L. Rosenbloom of Montgomery. Ala., who addresseoT the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation last Friday and Saturday, will preach the sermons Friday night and Saturday morning at Beth Jacob congregation. Miami Beach. Friday night Rabbi Rosenbloom, who is a splendid speaker, will preach in English on "The Duties and Responsibilities of the Synagogue" ab the late services, which begin at 8:30; Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion Of the week. Rabbi Rosenbloom is the rabbi ol the Jewish Orthodox Community til Montgomery. Ala., where he has been rabbi for the past two years. prior to that having served as rabbi In South Haven. Mich. He is a graduate of the Chicago Theological Seminary and ot Norhtwestern University. Orlando to Greet Florida Rabbis RED TAPE HOLDS UP ENTRY. London. — The group of 15 Internationally known German-Jewish professors ten of whom are now in exile in Paris. Geneva and London. who are to help establish a University m Exile at the New School of Social Research m New York, have as yet been unable to obtain Amer. Dr. Alvin Johnson, director of the school said here. The difficulty arises trom Hie tact that American consular rules require \isas at the home city ol the applicant Since the ten protestors in exile are not anxious In return to Germany and since the Nazis are not likely lo be loo willing to cooperate ni the ca.-es of those still iuiii.' III Germany, Dr. Johnson is trying to gel a special dispensation from ti' American state demi in Girl Officers Are Installed Quite a large crowd attended the n ugural dance al winch the offlei it the recently oiganized girls' division ol Hie Y M H. A. were Installed In office, Dancin pi formal ceremonies and fol. n dr: the installation %  number ol .lets were preseted including Phil %  Caplan with the "flaming baton". Mill Traeger in acrobatic i i and Joe Mandelbaum in songs. The i ; ol Ha 1 evening dancing wa i i joyed. Among the officers installed were Helen Eisman, president: Ida Engler, vice president; Lillian E man, secretarj; Shirley Eikm. urcr: Gladys Greenberg, librarian; Shirley Wallach, membership C lotte Davis, welfare; Evelyn Mark athletics; Josephine Goodman, entertainment; Theda Maine:, sergeant-at-arms, and Gladys son, publicity. V Y. SENATE URGES ROOSEVELT INTERCEDE, Albany. N. Y.—The Senate ot Hie tate "I New York adopted a resolution calling upon President Koosevelt to make lricdly representations l German government against the persecution of Jews in Germany. The resolution, fathered by Seator Desmond of Orange county, urged I he president to use his good Offices with the German government so that it would "respect the civic and economic rights of their citizens of Jewish origin and put an end to racial and religious persecution." NAZI REPORT SHOWS EFFECTIVENESS OF BOYCOTT. Berlin. — Concrete results of the world-wide boycott by Jews of German goods is seen in the foreign commerce balance sheet of Germay lor the lust six months of 1933 Which reveals that exports to the United States decreased by $11,050.000 or 20 per cent over the same period last year. Germany's exports to European countries during the last hall year have suffered a decline %  i 23 per cent. Talmud Torah Gives Vacation The Talmud Toiah of Hie Miami ,!i wish Orthodox congregation, which was in continuous session until today, will recess lor several weeks to allow the pupils a short vacation. This was deckled upon by the board of directors in line with suggestions of the Jewish board of education of New York and other large cities lor short vacation every summer. Sessions will lie resumed immediately alter the High Holidays. Donald R. Richberg. general counsel of the National Recovery Administration, denied m a letter sent to the American Jewish Commit tee and made public this week, that he meant to speak disparagingly of the Jewish race or religion in his recent broadcast In the broadast made on July 31, Mr. Richberg had said, in referring to the National Recovery efforts: "It is rather a war ol ideas, the New Testament against the Old Testament, the Sermon on the Mount against the Mosaic Law." The fact that this statement was being misinterpreted as a disparagement of \ the Jewish religion was brought to Mr. Richberg s attention in a communication sent by Morris D. Waldnuin. secretary oi the American Jewish Committee In reply Mr Richberg wrote as follows: I have been surprised and shocked at the interpretation which has been placed upon the last paragraph of my radio address of July :ti by certain Jewish publications and Individuals who have construed my statement as disparaging the Jewish religion. Il I had real Ized that I in oni enl ence standing alone WOUld be subject lo siicl; i rious misconstruction, I should have never used it. i facl la that i wa nm think ni %  %  in terms ot religion but in ti i m ol political economy i wa not condifferent faiths, but n changing social order one period ol history and another. I had not the slightest intention ol raising a theological issue i course, any commentator on 'In progress Ol the human race must compare the social and economic conditions and social philosophies In different eras and geotraphical areas without any Implication of criticlsinz the religions ol the people concerned. To deny the freedom ol such comment would be an exhibit ion Ol religion.intolerance. I readily concede thai the phra Ing oi my thought was unfortunate particularly al the present tune when my remarks might be givenan implication wholly unintended; and I regret deeply that they seemed to reflect in the slightest degree upi n the Jewish people or religion. I have so high an esteem for so many Jews, and I have enjoyed Invaluable associations with so many for o many years, thai I would no) Intentionally speak disparagingly ol their race or religion. Finally, religious Intolerance Is to me a hateful thing; and I should be the last pi rson to wish to express or to foment such, intolerance. In the letter trom the American Jewish Committee. Mr. Waldman pointed out that the statement was (Continued on page sixe A call for a conference of all Conservative and Orthodox Rabbis of Florida to meet at Orlando. Fla. on October 9. was issued this week and sent to every rabbi in the entire state by officials of the temporary organization of which Rabb. Adolph Burger of Tampa, Fla., Is chairman, and Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg is secretary. A similar call will be issued to every Conservative and Orthodox congregation of the state to send lay delegates to a similar conference at the same time that the rabbis meet. The agenda for tin conference provides for a thorougl discussion of Kashrus. Sunday schools and Talmud Torahs. services and attendance at Synagogues relations between rabbis and congregations, and Hie formation of a held service to enable smajler communities in the state to have part time services ol rabbis and teachers According to present indications thl conference will be attended by representatives oi every community u 'in 'air oi Florida. $1,000.00 In Awards Offered Club Sponsors House Dance The V M. H A. is sponsoring ;. II :. %  dance at the elub rooms Sun day evening, Au 27, be {inning at 0 p. m., v. hen members in good •landing will bi admitted free when accompanied by a date. The committee in charge includes Jack Athairman; Mr, and Mi Murray Kellmnn Jllli S Wilson and i in. Nazis Make Foes Of Diplomats London. The opposition ol France, England and Italy to Germany's nit' rferenci In Aust i Ian affairs Is expected to result In an ap peal to the League ol Nations a; the Hitler government continues to defy the powers. In the lace ol Germany's promise to Italy to hall its raids Into Austria, a violenl attack against the Austrian government was broadcast rrom Germany. The Austrian government has Issued ciders to its frontier guards to shoot to kill all Nazi raiders. France hat -ent troops to three towns on the German border In response to .• %  plea from residents for protection from Nazi raiders. Holland is making ready to oust all Nazi agitators from its borders while Switzerland has protested to Germany against the action of Nazi troopers invading Swiss soil in pursuit ot German communists, % %  -+ FAIR PLAY I N CARRYING OI T TIIE ACE OLD CUSTOM of extending greetings to your fellow Jews and re. eiving fell. Rations from their non-Jewish friends, it has been customary to use the columns of the local Jewish paper, at llosh llashono. BecaOM Of the fact thai The Jewish Eliiridian is the ONLY JEWISH PUBLICATION carrying the Jewish news of the communities il serves. we feel that Hie Jewish community as well as the non-Jewish community, on this occasion, must lake Into consideration the fact thai fair play and the general interest of the community require thai The Jewish Floridian receive these greetings, for which a small charge is made. Patronising The Jewish FlorKUan enables the Jewish communities of the entire slate lo receive a serviie which they otherwise would not obtain. Awards totalling over one thousand dollars are being offered from private funds through The Golden Rule Foundation. New York. N. Y.. for the best thrift and household economy suggestions resulting from the experiences of individuals and families during the depression. Tragic reversals of fortune and radical readjustments of personal budgets during the past three years have taught American families many lessons which may be of permanent value as guides to simpler but happier living. Awards are offered for the purpose of drawing out and conserving these constructive experiences of the depression. The thrift suggestion contest is open to all citizens and will include awards for the best suggestions on economy and thrift in all departments of the personal and family budget, including food, clothing, amusements, holiday and anniversary giving. The awards sec k especially to discover new methods of supplementing family income. Attention Is called to the fact that even with the utmost success Of the National Recovery Act then will be many millions of unemployed during the coming winter and miih : whose resoun are so depleted thai strict econoi will be necessary to balance the family budgi I e hundred dollars are offered for the be-' %  presenting lowest with adequate food values for International Golden Rule week or at Other periods ol the year. All menu entries will be nidged and the awards made by a committee ol experl dietitians and household economii I Awan lling not less than one hundred dollars are also offered tor the best economy and thrift n connection with thi family wardrobe. One hundred dollars or more In irds will be made for the bi [estions for holiday, weddini ami anniversary giving. The aim of these tlons is to maintain and further develop the commendable practice of giving on these caslons, but al the same time to avoid the enormous waste that Is now incident to giving expensivi presents that the donor can ill alien d and that often are inappropriate Awards totalling one hundred dollars or more will be given for the best suggestions as to ways of increasing the family income The depression has developed many ingenious forms of supplementary .self-help, home industries, house hold arts, gardening, marketing hobbies and lucrative avocation Suggestions growing out of these experiences will be considered in competition for these awards. A selres of awards totalling live hundred dollars or more will be given for the best suggestions on constructive economy and saving Without sacrificing cultural values on such items of the family budget as housing. recreation. books. amusements, travel, etc. This amount also includes award.tor suggestions on stewardship educational programs for local groups and for drawings, poetry, epigrams slogans, pictures and humorous stones iContinued on Page 61



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Page Two FLO R I D I AN Friday. Au?uM 25. 1933 Peggy Greenwald. and fencing lessons were given by Phil Kaplan. PLAY1KG AT III! TIYOI.I Till ATRl Mill Trager. well known physical culturist, wil Lhave charge of all physical culture work of the organization, for which classes are now being formed • • The second annual dance of the Y M. H. A. will be held the third Sunday in October at a popular dance rendezvous Futrher details will be announced shortly. • • • MisHelen Upton Is a patient at the Victoria hospital, where she recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. • • • Mrs A Quadow. who underwent ,1 serious operation recently, is now convalescing at her home In the Cleveland Annex apartments • • • The Sewing Circle of Senior Ha%  :.. under the chairmanship of M:. Samuel Katz are completing plan for a unique card party The admission will be print materials ble for children dr< ises for Udn i. ol Palestine between of four to 10 '•• • • • % %  • M H A held last Tuesday p pal %  night were ht" was irran eetii : mi m 1... be thi test I he club ..our will follow the Durl nd 11 ted bj 'OLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN Luncheon 50^ AO< 50^ 1 An Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Day in and day out—without any effort it will GROW and we help it to grow because— Wc Pay 5 Interest 'Hie Morris Plan Company Of Miami VINCENT K. BBJCE, Manager. 105 N. E. First Ave., MIAMI, FI.A. Mrs. Paul Braude and daughter Judy of New York are spending sometime here and are stopping at I the Wm. Penn hotel. a • v Word was received here thus week of the marriage of Miss Shirley Hanson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hanson, formerly residents and pioneers of Miami, to Mr. Albert Jacobs at Long View. Texas Miss Hanson Is a graduate of the Miami High school and Beth David Religious schools and was a popular member of the local younger Jewish set during her residence here Mr. Jacobs is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and is a geologist with the Northeastern Oil Co. They will visit their aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs. Jos. M. Fine. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Quadow. 1:1 he mar future. > • • Mrs G Oilman entertained last Monday honoring Mrs Shapiro, who 1 (turned to her home In New York : 1 %  ::! %  -.: wen ': ved. following the pi and prizes were iwardi d to th 1 Among re Mrs F McCloski • M ind Mi J Sie. Mr and Mrs. A. Kaplan. Mr. Irs, H Geldei Mr and Mrs R Bain Mr and Mrs A a nd Mn E Kaufman, Mrs. S. :.:. Mi B !!' tl MiSS IK;i;.Mr and Mrs. Eskenazie and Mr Hi rman Oilman. • • • Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt and daughti Irley and Garnet, ol 1 land N Y are visiting Miami and are the i. gucsl Mr. and Mrs L Hartz and Mr. and Sol Rotfort, ol this city. They will remain hen lor sometime. • • • Mrs. Isadore Welnsteln, In her own charming manner, reviewed Lloyd Douglas' -Magnificent Obsession" at the meeting of the Junior Hadassah held at tine Columbus hotel Monday evening. A commitee composed of Miss Lyl enisling, Miss Beady Goldenblank, Miss Irene Farr. with Mrs Weinstein. was appointed to confer with Mrs. Dale James regarding a play that the organization will give shortly. • • Mrs Max Steinberg, with her mother and daughter. Miss Tease 1 will leave Monday by motor for Tuscaloosa, Ala., where Miss Steinberg will enter the university. On their way they will stop over in Savannah. Atlanta, and Birmingham to visit relative.-.. • a a Mr. and Mrs. Prager and children of New York city are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Katzifl and will rermaln here sometime. Eddie Cantor cmfLYdaRoberti in The Kid from Spain* %  %  TEXACO Certified King Funeral Home To Serve Humanity Better Optratrd by FRANK G. McGHAN'8 WIDOW i'j N. W. trd. Ait. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 SIDKBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. 1400 W. Flailer SI. 733 N. W. 31th St. PHONE 2-3812 LUBRICATION It Is advisable to have your ear greased and lubricated. %  We all know this is the best way to prevent trouble on the road and to avoid unnecessary repair bills. aj SCHMIDT'S SERVICE %  STATION %  Lubrication Experts • S. W. -il. St. at 2lat An. fa %  % % % % % % % % %  • Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus Abrams ol Miami Beach, returned to the city last week after spending sometime visiting relatives and friends In Toronto and Montreal. Can. While in Toronto they were the guests of %  hen niece and nephew. Rabbi and Mrs. Lazarus Axelrod. now of the Beach congregation In that city, • • • Mrs. Louis Levitt returned to the city after an absence ol several months spenl visiting relatives and friends In New York, Chicago and ther Northern points. • • Mr. Phill Berkowitz returned from a combined business and | trip to Jacksonville, leaving Mrs. Berkowitz to spend several weeks with friends in Daytona Beach. • • • Nal Kuper is a patient at the Victoria hospital where he underweni an appendix operation last Monday. a a a Mr. and Mrs. Walter FalkensU-in and son returned to Miami after an absence of about a month spent visiting relatives and friends in the North. • • • Mr. Allie Berkowitz returned to the city after an absence of five weeks spent In New York and Boston on a combined business and pleasure trip. • • • Mr. Leon Elkin, prominent communal worker, returned to Miami last week after an absence of several weeks spent in the North on a short vacation. • • Among the patients at the Victoria hospital are Miss Esther Hyman. who underwent an operation for appendicitis last week, and Mrs. Lillian Shulman. who is there under medical observation. • • The engagement of Miss Anna Abrash, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Abrash of Paterson. N. J.. and winter visitors to Miami for the past four years, to Mr. Joseph M. Upton, prominent insurance man of this city, was announced this week. The wedding will be an event of the coming month. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Saul of Atlanta, Ga., arrived here this week to spend the week on a combined business and pleasure trip. a. Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant the High Holiday services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation, according to an announcement this week. Mrs M, Pritzker returned to the city after several months absence in the North, where she visited relatives and friends in New York and other points. • • a Mrs, Nathan Wroobel is a patient at the Victoria hospital, where she underwent an appendix operation last Wednesday. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation entertained last Tuesday night at one of its regular bridge parties parties with Mrs. Nathan Adelman as hostess. The prize was won by Mrs. Jennie Rotfort and individual prizes for high score were awarded at each table. During the evening delicious refreshments were served. • • • Mr. Max Drucker of New York city, who was the house guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Walter Falkenstein lor the past week, returned to his home last Wednesday. • • • Following a special meeting of its board of directors, announcement was made by the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation that seats for the High Holy Days would be only S2 and $3 in recognition of the economic conditions ol today. In charge ol arrangements will be a committee consisting ol Milton Weiner. Max Kuplerstim. H. M. DrevlCh and Nathan Adelman. Tickets will be placed on sale next Tuesday and announcement will be made m these columns when these may be obtained. DOp Adulta 20r Children 10c wSi Hoi cilli.f opens 6:30 p.m. Sunday Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20e 'Half Nakt d Truth' Sunday-Monday August 27-28 l.ee Tracy i.upe Veles Mickey McGuIre Comedy Dr. I. 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