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The Jewish Floridian ( October 13, 1933 )

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wJemsfi Floridibi in Vol. 6. No. 41. FLORIDA'S ONLY JLWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA I HI DAY, OCTOBER 13, 1933 Jewish News Jewish Society to Around The Meet Oct. 21-22 World Resignation N'llllllTOUS Of Dean Reveals ciausus at Carolina University CHAPEL HILL. N. C—The existof a numerous ciausus against students In the medical Ol the University of North a, a state-supported Institurevealed with the reslgnaI' lion ol Dr. I.saac H. Manning, nf the medical school, when his policy of limiting the number ol Jews in the first year medical to 10 per cent of the total was overruled by Dr. Frank Graham, president of the University. Dean Manning had regularly held the number of Jewish admissions Into rsl year class to ten per cent because he regarded such a policy as necessary in view of the difficulty ol placing Jewish students in the medical schools of the States. Dr. Graham, how; eclared thai because the four chools discriminated against as no reason why the Universlty oi North Carolina should do same. Dr. Manning then re| Hi will retain his place on %  faculty, however. The quota in the medical school came to Dr. Graham's attention when a student applied for admission to the school after this veal's for Jews had been filled. i ir, Manning refused to meet wish student, the latter appealed to the president who overhe dean and admitted the the ground that the school pen to all qualified students lired by law. This year's for Jews was four of a class rty. The thirty-ninth annual meeting of the American Jewish Historical Society will be held in the new Library Building ol the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. northeast corner ol Broadway and One Hundred and Twenty-second Street, the headquarters oi the Society, in the City of New York, on October 21 and 22, 1933. Three sessions Wil be held: on evening, October 21, be( I ginning at 8:30 P. M.; on Sunday morning. October 22. beginning at 10:30 A. M.; and Sunday afternoon, beginning at 2:30 P. M. The President will present his address at the opening session, on Saturday evening, I n connection with this annual meeting, the members of the Society and their friends are invited i" View the exhibition ol rare books, manuscripts, objects of art. and historical letters and documents relating to the Jews in America, in I lie Rosenbach and other collections of the Society. Price Five Cents CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) SI I %  '.in '.,i, Avf.. Mi., in i I:,.;I.I, DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi. Succoth services begin Wednesday evening at sundown. Thursday morning special Yiskor or Memorial services will be conducted with the Rabbi preaching on "The Debt We Owe to the Dead.'' Friday morning the Rabbi will preach on "Rejoicing in the Law." Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach on "What of the Beginning." Cantor Schlachman will chant all the services Ladies Will Tender Reception The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con tion ana the Congregation will be hosts to the membership of the Synagogue and their friends next Sunday evening. October 15th, at K p. m. sharp when a reception will be tendered in honor of Rabbi Julius Washer who was recently called to the pulpit of the CongreA REPLY What Is Wrong? Editor The Jewish Floridian. Miami. Fla. Dear Sir: — In the issue of October 6th of the Jewish Floridian, one signing himself as "A Northern Jew" complains about the lack of Jewish interest in things Jewish In Miami, and gation. The reception will begin raLscs an im Pant question, that with a brief address of welcome by opens a vcry l' 3 '" 1 1 and serious Mrs Milton Weiner. chairman of i wo nd lhat is badlv in need 0l MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) IMS S. W. Third Street Jl'LIl'S WASHER. Rabbi the arrangements committee, who will introduce the toastmaster. Among those who will speak during the evening are Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan. Max Shapiro. David I. Rosenbloom. S. M. Machtei and treatment and attention: ii the conditions complained about by "A Northern Jew" are to be remedied. The writer speaks only of Miami. as if Miami Is an exception. Things are no different in many Rabbi Washer who will make the otl) er communities. "What is Rabbi Shapiro Is Honor Guest |Non-Sectarian Bark-to-thr Church Movement Organised YORK.—The National LayBack to Church Movement. Ii non-sectarian organization deto fight racial and religious I Intolerance and to strive to injcrea e church attendance in Catholic. Protestant and Jewish houses The Belli David Talmud Torah Hall was filled to capacity last Tuesday night when Beth David Sisterhod entertained with a reception honoring Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation. Mrs. Lewis Brown president of the Sisterhood opened the gathering with B briet address and presented Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the affair. Among those who entertained were Cantor Louis Hayman. Mrs. Ed Friedman, with vocal solos, accompanied by Miss Irene Farr at the piano and Miss Lyl Chlsling with a reading. Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan. David I. Rosenbloom. and Julius Washer and Stanley C. Myers, spoke and the main address ol the evening was delivered by the guest of honor. Rabbi Shapiro. FolThe last days of Succoth will be ushered in Wednesday night, October 11th, with services at 6:30. Thursday morning services will begin at 9 a. m. with special memorial or Yizkor services at 10:30 a. m. preceded by a sermon by the Rabbi on "From Booth to Home Simchas Torah services begin at p. m. and the Hakofos will star' promptly at that hour. Friday morning services will begin at 9 a. m. and following the servU es the Auxiliary will serve refreshments to the worshippers. principal address of the evening. Others on the program will be Mr. Wrong?" is no small question to answer. It is rather too big a quesTEMPI.E ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 1.17 N. K. \ni. i.-.-ntli Street in: JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Joseph Oreenberg in a humorous tion for one to attempt to answer recitation, the Chamber Ensemble '" a tetl lines or even a column. consisting of two violins, cello, "And all big question." says B and flute. Cantors Nathan WrooZ. Goldberg in a recent column of bel. Boris Schlachman and Louis the "Day" are easier to answer in Hayman. and Mrs. Barney Kraft six volumes than in a column. accompanied by Miss Tillie Predln: "For In six volumes you can twist |ger. A novel feature of the evening the issue in a column you must 'wil be the formal presentation of I give an answer—yes, no. here or a "Poroches" to the Synagogue, In there, short and snappy." And that which Mr. Milton Weiner will take Is really so It is very easy to ask part. Following the formal program a question, In a column and even a buffet luncheon will be served all much I e, but decidedly difpresent. in charge oi arrangements I ficult to answer so important and is a committee with Mrs. Milton "BIG" a question, even in several Weiner. chairman, assisted by Mesi columns: let alone a column or Chas. Tannenbaum, Louis less. Besides the question can bePallOtt, Nathan Adelman. J. LOUii Shochet and Nat Blum I > %  The closing Succoth services will be ushered in Wednesday night at 8 o'clock when Rabbi Kaplan will preach. Thursday morning there will be services at 11 a. m. when the Rabbi will preach on the significance of the Holiday. Special Simchas Torah services will be conducted Friday night in the Temple's beautiful ceremonial Booth, at the Altar of the Temple. Brief services will be held: Stuart Simon come very much "bigger" by changing the small word IS to ISN'T. One may ask "What ISN'T Wrong?" That would make it more difficult to answer! What Is wrong? is a question big in itself and in order to find some answer for "A NorthI em Jew" I shall make a short deThe Ladies Auxiliary of the | tour Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega| About two years ago. while strolltion entertained the children of its Ing up and down the main street Sunday School Guest of Ladies will read a paper and Mrs. Lois lowing the formal exercises refreshDobrin will give a brief review and ments were served by the committee. Assisting Mrs. Myers on the committee were Mcsdames Isidor worship has been organized here pinp Mverp Scmvartz H arry OliMacNeill as pres.deni. p|)ant M j Kopelowitz. J. Engler. H. name some of the outstanding Jewish books. The children will be seen in a playlet written by Mrs. I. Weinstein for this event. The public is invited to attend. Bishop Francis J. McConnell of the Methodist Episcopal Church, will 1)1 plritual adviser this year. Next a Catholic clergyman will be this position and in 1935 the ill go to a rabbi. Bishop O 1 will head a National Spiritual Advisory Council which will rePort annually to a Laymen's Advisory c< uneil. headed by George Gordon Battle, as to the needs of "ie various denominations. M. Scheinberg. B. Kandel. H. Farr. Morris Dubler and S. J. Spector. Y.M.H.A. Plan Gala Dance BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conserrative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi I Revisioniata Arrested for Blowing Miofar at Wailing Wall JER1 3ALEM—Aaron Zuckerman. Wally Vernon and his band Ibnist, has been arrested for What will be one of the big affairs of the current season is the Columbus Day dance October 12th of the Y. M. H. A. at the Miami Beach Golf and Country Club. of blowin Wall i,„ be did the Shofar at the Wailing musicians and entertainers will provide the music and entertainmediately after the Neilah ment for the evening. Added to the on Kom Kippur. He said ( reception committee whose names t as a protest against the i*nf.s ruling that the Shofar must notl be blown at the Wailing Wall 0\%r 15,000 Jews visited the I *llir. K wfWi on Yom Kippur. appeared in the last issue of The Jewish Floridian include Miss Florence Levitch, Mrs. Jack Apt*. Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. Murray Kellman, Mrs. Jules Wilson, Mrs. The final days of Succos will begin with services Wednesday evening at 6 p. in. Thursday morning services begin at 8:30 and Yi/.kor or memorial services will be recited at 9:30 preceded by an addi' the Rabbi on "An Endless Cycle." Simchas Torah will begin Thurs day evening and the children will be the guests of the Sisterhood at a party in the Synagogue at 7'30 p. m. Friday night the first lateservices of the season will begin at 8 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach on "Zionism vs. Nazi-ism." Murray Apte. Mrs. Norman Franks. A formal dance program will be presented to the guests at the dor as a souvenir of the event. Sunday school and Talmud Torah at its annual Succos party last Sunday morning in the Succah of the Congregation. Mrs. Ida Buckstein was chairman of the arrangements committee. At the tables which were heavily laden with goodies. of our city one evening, my attention was drawn to a large crowd of men and women on a vacant corner lot. at the juncture of the city park. Reaching the place I noticed a high platform on which there stood a man undressed to his waistMr. Louis Heiman formerly in line: displaying the muscular upper charge of the Sunday school acted part of his body, that were both as master of ceremonies. Among envied and admired. An eloquent those who spoke were Mrs. Ida j speaker this man was. I cant reBuckstein. Mrs. Jack Hirsch. presij call his name but think it was a dent of the Ladies Auxiliary, and doctor .... and lectured on health Rabbi Julias Washer who explainj and health food which he was aded the significance of the holiday. vertlsing for sale and distributing free samples. You may perhaps have seen that man during the same winter season in Miami. Attracted by the Doctor's methods and his pretty line of talk. I took in his complete lecture of almost an hours time. In the course of his lecture he pointed and named a good many medicinal and food articles that people are using daily that he said are absolutely unhealthy and dangerous. Even white bread, the kind you buy at every grocery store, he named as an unhealthful food: "Just a lot of paste fit for papering walls with." etc.. etc. However, his one statement that made a strong i Continued on page 6) Recitations were made by Rose Berkowitz. Oscar Rappaport and Ray U. Shochet. Welfare Bureau onsors Benefit Sp< Jewish Welfare Auxiliary and the Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold a joint Hallowe'en Carnival Sunday evening, October 29th. in Kaplan Hall, with Mrs. Louis Seligman representing the Welfareand Mrs. J. A. Richter the Sisterhood. There will be every sort of entertainment, fortune telling, bridge, dancing, and Mr. Bert Reisner will have charge of the entertainment, which will consist of professional Talent, and children will be admitted free, adults 25 cents. Full details in next Issue.



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. THE JEWISH FL P R I D I A N Friday. October 13. 1933 •:• SOCIETY session I A M at tr. Y. M. H. A Flfl st. Mi irectoi n %  %  by H : % %  I N : at ih< : %  .: followI I • SU : Bit ...,, ., inu said he The Tampa Section National PLAY1XC AT THE to Council of Jewish Women held their TIVQ '.are first meeting of the season W. %  that day. Oct. 11th. 3 p. m. in the a -,'. room of the University of Tampa. David Zielonka will n ord:paper on The Jew in Ami and Miss Ruth Salt v0 vocal numben nil -: bj Ml Nelia A. < '• I Ml Raye Arglntar, of 2309 NeA :o bfnei Joan ( M -.:;::. : _. Plan Memorial Library to Arlc.f| At Hebrew I niversjtv r 15th at 134! S %  %  : %  • NEW YORK.—In trit R %  •' %  %  : ;: •' % %  I picture i ed mei %  f the Zionist 1 Mi live, a memorial library to b tuniti .•::. .. '' % %  M and the H Mrs H r. X 1 %  S :: : %  • Tampa, Fla. Notes .. H X E. Port; -:•:'• • %  : %  I I I : I • 11 %  %  %  I n % %  : H : ; : :•:. %  irecticn cl Howard H I he M %  • •. E %  '• R : Hebi Unlversit; ni : %  ttlemei %  ... : • in : : thi Sew • H t the A : to ma) .-.%  %  .. M: I • ; : thl -• Ulg • :: %  : Ml Of tl : : "•' %  '' : : : :: : The Finest and Freaheal Vegetable* in Florida Lire Poultry Everything Choice MRS. A. WALL Stall 22 ROOSEVELT CTRB MARK! I N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th St. ARE WE tea at Sew Mrs. S. M Irs. H Mrs H. SI Mrs. P. G tier, the 1 '• If will si '. %  r >^3& 4&F Ph %  •• 1-6551 Evening* SOc Snnday-Mondaj 0 i 15-1 — DIAN \ ITYXi VRH run i IP HOI MI "Men Must Fight" sor a g: at her 1 .... ::.,%  '.'.• : • Eeanoi Shi i; m S : %  : K H Irem I M M Ad ••• h from :.. M I meeting I V M. H. A • %  .. %  %  %  r. North Ml H ::Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! I ROW II .. I 1 foi thi :.ling Mrs. M : .:::.. %  : M Ben 3 reel : %  :. : Soul Mrs M ...I ... .. .... Mr. Louis Mrs W Mrs. Mas 1 %  :. %  • Mr : %  %  : : Mrs .. .: beWe Pay 5" Interest The Morris Plan Company Of Miami \ l\< i:\T R. BRic t Manager, IM V E. Firt Air.. MIAMI FLA : %  %  H %  ... tool future •• %  thai • did not com* %  I '• I t< AN:, • ... d Jcath. A few SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. ( : • FREE FUEL HOT WATER From SUNSHINE 151 st 2stHEIDELBERG BEER CAftDCN Luncheon J.O40* 50^ DAY r-T'/ 1 u. • • iter m ne*ej I .ur home Mul SOLAR" %  • %  rtatcf CIMM v r for *er? ne*d. FREI ESTIMATES Ter*. %  I Harry S .:. Ban %  '• %  : : : CARTER FUNERAL SERVICE PHONES I Solar Water Heater! COMPANY Pfce>nt :-<•> OffK. met Facurjr: Jl-: S. W. ;-• For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OLR PRICES ARE THE LOT! Fish ire the t~re>he^t — Ought by our own boats daily If it i* S*a Food, we have it at it* very be*t, and at attractitflrlr low pn 1 iiur method of handling and selling Sea Food Is in#bKrraace with all the *anitary rule--, and regulation*.



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Friday. October 13. 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FI'III.ISIIKD EVBRV PRIDAT b> the (i:\VISII H.OKIII1AN ITIII.ISHIM. CO. P. (). BOX 2973 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICES: II. IB Sourity Hid*. Fhom 2-649S KIMTOKIAL OFFICES: i;| s. W. Ifth Avrnu* Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor FRED K. SIIOCIIET. Cirrulnlinn Mimtir (AMOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Kntertd ;* %  • %  coond elata matter July 4. 1930, at tltf Peat Office at Miami, Florida. the Aci of MHIVII :t. 1879, WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SIJBSCRIP1 ION -iv M.inlh 3 1.00 line VlH 3 2.00 Vol. (i — No. 41 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1933 Anti-Hitler Sentiment i mi break against Ambassador i.uiher in Milwaukee Indicates '..i/i propaganda in this country is not having the effect Intended, While it Ls true that the riothere was done by Communists, bring home with considerable %  to the German government id thai there Is pronounced feeling, Wc have no doubl .ii the presence In this coun. prominent officials In the re .me would indicate still : • he real temper ol the peothis country. We had an pie of this in Great Britain, % % %  .hen Ah red Rosenberg, the Nazi il emissary." was practically : out oi ilie country because ran so high againsl him and overnment he represented. In nd H was by no means a Communistic or a Jewish reaction, but a : elements participated in showtheir resentment. We have no doubt, regardless of surface Indicant thai the American people would follow the example ol their h brethren should the opportunity present it-selt. Alter all is id and done, there is a spun ol manship and fair play here Is oposed to the spirit oi Prus..inisin as revealed in the Hitler program. Important. But Far Front Enough Although it is still too soon to limate tlie real significance of announcement by the German minister ol economics that the Nazi %  nient will not countenance any discrimination against Jewish : <; Inesfl linns so long as they do not violate the law or the prinri: business ethics, two varying interpretations of this statement have already gained wide nun ncj One holds that it would be folly to %  cepl this statement as a i Inci re attempt on t lie part oi the German nment to modify its antiJewish program because it It pan ol the clever Na/i propaganda dened to convince the world that '" i many does not persecute lews as Jews. It Ls argued that II the by tins ostensible cone ,; 'ii weaken the anti-German boycott and conciliate the growing hosUle opinion throughout the world. they wil have gained a notable triumph. The fact that this state'ii'iH was made while the League Ol Nations was considering the possibility ot action on behalf or the German Jews Is regarded as additional prool that the Nazis hope this declaration will prevent such action. Another opinion sees in the pronuoncement a victory for the non-Nazi elements ol the Hitler cabinet who have supposedly always been opposed [0 I he moie brutal forms ol anti-Jewish discrimination. The non-Nazi members ol the Cabinet represent the leading German Industrialists who have been hard hit by the world boycott oi German goods and they arc represented as belli!; seriously concerned ai the plight ol German domestic economy resulting from the ruination ol Jewish business men and merchants because of the Nazi boycott. Which ot these interpretations i.s collect remains to be seen, bin regardless ol the true meaning ol the pronouncement it by no means indicates that the Hitler regime Is ready to call a hall to Its anti-Semitic program. II the statement is sincere it will be regarded as an important gain regardless ot Its motive, but there will still be need lor much more comprehensive and widespread action before the social, political, economic and cultural rights ol the German Jew.can be considered to have beep, restored even to a modst extent. Canadian Clothing Industry Votes Boycott of German Goods MONTREAL A resolution pledge Canadian clothng Industry to boycott all German products as a protest againsl the treatment ol German Jews was adopted at a ol the Associated Women's w a l iredll Bureau. The lutlon will deprive German; ol trade estimated to be worth 15,000.000 annually. The boycott will begin Immediately and pun hitherto made in Germany will now be made in Great Britain and the States Ibyssinian Empress Repeats Queen nf Sheba's Visit to Palestine JERUSALEM Emulating her ancestress the Queen ot Sheba, the Empress of Abyssinia has arrived here foi a visit to Palestine, although the circumstances are quite different from those attending the visit in the days of King Solomon. The Eniprc.-s Is here to visit Christian shrines and she was welcomed by officials of the government and religious dignitaries of all creeds Tampa, Fla. Notes The Ladies Auxiliary of Rodolph Sholom Temple held their regular monthly meeting Monday afternoon, Oct. 2nd. in the auditorium of the Temple. Plans were made for a dance at the Moulin Rouge Night Club, same to take place Sunday evening, Oct. 22nd. 1933. dancing starting at 9 p. m. and until? The committee in charge of tin dance u chairman, Mrs. M. H. Kisler. assisted by Mrs. A. M. Wolfson. I. Abramovitz. P. Gotler, S. Marks, and H. Cohen. Tickets can be secured from any of the ladies serving on this committee. The auxiliary i.s also planning to celebrate their 16th birthday Sunday evening. Oct. 29th. in the auditorium of the Temple. Comm. in of arrangements Is General Chairman Mrs. I. I.iehman. assisted byt the following members. Mi dame.s A. R. Berger, H. Aronovitz, I. Abramovitz. II. Perlman, and Miss Clara Wohl. o Mr. Joseph Wohl. of Louis Wohl and Sons has returned to the citj alter a visit of business and pleasure in New York City. Mrs lied Perlman and daughter, Joan, of Davis island, have returned home alter a visit of Hire. months with relatives in New York City, • • • Tan Alpha chapter ofTau Epsi Ion Phi fraternity held Its nintl annual dinner for its pledges at the Primrose grill al Gainesville IJ night, Oci 2nd, Tampa members oi the fraternity attend the University ol Florida are Scribe Paul II. Klrstein, Simon %  : rig, and Dave m, and Pledge Davis Lackowit/. Ben J. Plnman, of this citj was thenfirst president. Members ol the Rodolph Sholom choir will be entertained In the form ol a dance Thursday evening, Oct. 19th, ai the Villa Del Rio by the congregation. Merry fellows of the Y. M. II. A had a theater party Tuesday evening, Oct. 3rd. at the Tampa, on. ot the many parties planned foi Fall which will culminate with a dinner dance Nov. 18th. at the Forest Hills Country Club. Two orchestras will play, one foi the dinner and one for dancing The committee includes Bill Wolfson. Ernest Maas. Jr., Fred Poller, Irvin Salsbury, and Dr. L. Schwartz THE CIA Goldberg met Goldstein. Said the former: "Levy has offered me two thousand pounds to marry his daughter." Said the latter 'Lew has not got two thousand pounds "Never mind." said Goldberg proudly, "it's quite a good offer Wife: "Please match this piece of silk for me before you come home." Husband: "At the counter where the pretty little blonde works?" Wife: "No. you're too tired to shop for me when your day's work is done. dear. On second thought, won't boi her you." By agreement small things grow by discord the greatest go to pie Sallust. He who does nothing for others does nothing for himself, Goethe Beauty without virtue Is a rose without scent. Danish Proverb He who hath a forgiving spirit is himsell forgiven, —Talmud. Flattery i.s a base coin to which only our vanity gives currency.—La Roche. Through love the world become* free; through drrCigreat.—Gothe. Friendship Is love without either flowers or veil.—J. c. Hare, Those who seldom think alwav. talk. Some :wr wise .some are otherwise. A. you learn, leach: as you gel as you receive, distribute. He who gives for the sake ol thankknow not ihi pleasure ol II C: "Say. Jim, how did like 'Ashes ol Ven :eanci J. c. "Do you mean the in. .. or the cigar you gave me?" The husband should alwaj deavor to provide for his housi quarrel begins mostly on account ol improvidence. Teacher: "Who says nothing when he Is m the wrong?" Abie, aged five, youngest of a family of nine: "A clever man." Teacher: "And who says nothing even when he Is in the right?" Abie: "A married man" Issue More Antl-Slmltlc Decrees In Germany BERLIN.—The relentless Nazi effort to uproot Jews from every Held of activity in Germany continued 'Ins week with the promulgation of four new orders. One barred all Jewish war veterans from the Kuffhauser War VeteransLeague. Another excluded 155 Jewish traders Horn the Berlin Stock Exchange Eighteen Jewish professors were dismissed from various universities. An amendment to the civil servants' acl provided tor the curtailment or complete cessation oi pensions to the widows or other surviving family members oi pensioners Of the Republic it the Original pensioners were not friendly to Hitlerism. Still another order bars all non-Aryans from the civil and labor services, and even excludes Aryans if they are not politically reliable or not wedd d to Aryan wives. Orlando, Fla. A group oi boy.and girls of this city have organized the 101 club. This club meets every Wednesda\ nite at the home of a 101. After the meeting Is adjourned the hostess or hOSl entertains in varioumanners. Meyer Slgal, Pres.; Pearl Shafer, Vice Pres.; Dorothy Baker, Sec.; George Wolly. Treas.; Morton Levy, Sgt. at Arms: Irene Braverman, reporter Mrs. Louis Wolly was chosen club mother. Little Virgina, who had fallen ill ed for a kitten. An operation was necessary and her mother promised If she would be very brave she should have the fines) kitten to be found. As Virginia was coming out from under the influence of the anesthetic the nurse heard her say H a bum way to get a cat." PRICES FOK COMMODITIES IN TORGSIN BTORES IN THE I'. S. S. R. REDUCED 50% We are Informed by the General Representative of TOrgShl in the U. S. A. that prices lor commodities ill the TDrgSln stores have JUSt beer. further reduced on the average by fifty percent, The charges for parcel service to recipients living in localities which have no Torgsin stores have also been reduced First build a house and plant a vineyard ti. e.. provide for the means of the hou-ehold'. and then take a wife. One of the greatest uwd^ ol this modern world is good old-fashioned kindness. Aaron: "I'm sorry, but I can't pay your bill today." Jock "It has been riming a long time, sir." Aaron: "All the more reason that it should be given a rest Henry: "Did you hear that Jim got poisoned eating chicken?" John: "Croquette?" Henry: "Not yet, but he's pretty sick." STICK TO THE EIGHT When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, When the road you're trudging seems all uphill. When the funds are low and the debts are high. And you want to smile but you have to sigh, When care is pre. sing you down a bit. Re : you must, but don't you quit. Life Is queer with its twists and turns. As every one of us sometimes learns. And many a failure turns about. When he might have won if he'd stuck it OUt. Don't nive up, though the pace seems slow— You may succeed with another blow, on en the goal is nearer than i' seems to a faint and faltering man: Often 'in struggler lias given up When he might have captured the victor's cup. And he learned too late, when the night slipped down. How dose he was to the golden crown. Success is failure turned inside out— The silver tint of the clouds of doubt. And you never can tell how you are— It may be nearer when it seems afar; So stick to the fight when you are hardest hit— It's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit. Reforming men by law rests on the false iniccption that the millenlum Is going to be ushered into tliLs world through the gateway of politics. GOD BLESS YOU God bless you! words are empty things; We speak and think not of our saying— But In thus phrase forever rings Tlie higher tenderness of praying. It means so much—it means that we Would have no fears or threat* distress you, Nor have your heart timed to a sigh. God bless you! This trinity of blessed words Holds all our wishes, oldest, newest, The fairest deeds that can be wrought. The halest greetings, and the truest— It's more than wishing Joy and wealth, That kindly fortune may caress you That you may have SUCCi and health. God bless you! God bless you! why. it means SO much We almost whispei as i We dream that unseen lingers touch Our hands m answer as we pray it. May all II means to all mankind In all its wondrousness possess you, Through sun and cloud and calm and wind, God bless you!



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Page Four THE JEWISH F LOR I D I AN Friday. October 13. 1933 4..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. .>.;. -> s>.;-;. •;. •:•:• •:•:• •:• -:•:• •:• •:• •> •:• •:• %  I + + + ;..;..:..:..:.->.:.-:.•:••:••:••:••:••:••:• •:•* •:••>•:• S, S Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1 Director. Ra %  I America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA -POLONIA" WELCOMED BY ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD AT HAIFA Vol. III. &f&f •:••:•* &f&f •; SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1933 &f &f&f&f&f&f &f&f&f >> &f %  No. 3 .;. NO. 4 ••What's In A Name?" Vol. III. SUNDAY. OCTOBER B. 1933 Scripture Reading. Zecharlah. Chapter XIV. verses %  -" %  Inclusive. who married a German widow I born to them in the United Vatei nd papa." H %  Ime by He fed lothed. -verheard his children di. hi me by : till, tnon pere;the ame "Vatei : theii I m remlndi '• rle! F N( %  %  ;: Walls I granli %  : : Dismaldi Bring Are • i d ? :: I M M '. '•' %  %  Hermii X frlvui. Huss. J Catholic. • -.'.•• K. Nonh South. Cross %  • ni P -.: B M ioor: Bab;. '•' %  I CBring a li A ... •.'. root ol jranii : The %  ...'•I %  ,; f deities. Thi I : Goc H 1 • here he bi I 1 not 1 the Di It; %  %  ••• H N ••• ; Units f the Nam n ever '.'." %  •:: Vny name thai %  1 1 [ our Hi : • We do not ly bo 1 OU1 ::.:. %  :.'•': %  U.. S ...:... Of aci..• .. iman 1 rred name. 1 rathi; :.• ..• thai ell in th< person I thi I red 1 particular name by .. ~.~ .. the height! ;•: pel God or of approa Mr, II I hat you ace:---H:::. sin ind aifectioi I :;•• Madman" is I .:. the word.o: W H %  : %  HI A : %  I and a cell iod.— I it I God. :. And 1 — A.— Somi When the moor. our hea: Come weiling and surging .:. Come from the mystic ocear. HAIFA. Oct. 1.—The S. S. Polonla" of the Gdynia America Lin< on her first trip from Constanza arrived at Haifa today with a large list of passengers and was welcomed enthusiastically by the Jewish people. Decorated with flags and steamed into the beautiful blue harbor of Haifa, greeted by For this historical occasion, the Polish Jews of Palestine arranged live n eptii n tlon of 150 went aboard the ship and speeches were made by Mr Diaenuoff. Mayor of Telaviv and Minister Arciczewski, the special dele, %  of the Polish Government. Thus the S S. "Polonla" ol Gdynia America Line began her lervice between Con1 and Palestine to fa owing passenger traffic En l Eretz Announcement! DR.CHAS. BECKW1TT OPTOMETRIST Has ri turned from the N Optometric Convention and will be in his office to give personal attention to his patient.'-. 36 N. E. First Ave. Wh %  The traight, hard pathway plod.— me call it Consecration. And others call it God." N deai friends thi r< .nothlni ... .. •.; ts, Shinto! Hin is or children of the same Pal Buddha. Zarat Ulan. Ra. Odin, or Zi is 1 • He is still the N Oni %  %  or a Pentheon.—the error Is you: nomen lat ire -but God is 1 Thi the t :..•• %  : 1 iod and In keeping : th Pi phet dail; 0 Iti this prayer "We thereion O Lord our God. the behold thi Thj • abominations from the :d will be perfected und • thi All ren of flesh will : d of the earth Lei : the world pei eive and I bow. every ton Thi 1 1 ir G : Thy kim I reigi For the kingdoi : ritten in 1 %  I • %  I the Li ird be Oni Delaney & Beers Kodak Finishing and Enlarging fommerrial Work and Htme t'orlraiu 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. (Hi St. Phone 14111 Royal Typewriters Nfw^nd Factory Rebuilt Portable*. S29.J0 to MO.00 B. W. TRACKER, Local Dealer 2ln S. E. 2nd SI. Phone J-01IJ a a %  %  %  1 BOGGS for Shoe Repairing The Very FineM of Sole Leather Immediate Attention in the CltWWt and Het Shop in Miami PricN Right — ( nnenient I.oration We Make Your Shoe" Look Like New SEYBOI.D ARCADE 41 N. E. Pint Street EXCURSIONS WORLD'S FAIR Round Trip from Miami to Chicago, $34.00 St. Louis. $25.90 These bargain ex< union (area on -ale from all Florida point* to ( hicagO St. Lotlhl and many other North and West destinations on th>following dates: November 28th and 29th. REDl'C III PI I.I.MAN FARES ON AM. EXCURSION DATES Dixie ExpressDixie Flyer Two fine, f.t-t trains daily take you in cool romfnrt through the heart "f Dixieland Via Atlanta. Chattanooga. Lookout Mountain, and Nashville—Every mile sparkling with scenic beauty and historii Interest lor complete information. All-Expense World* Fair TOUTS, write DIXIE FLYER ROUTE C E. I I & N. N. C. A ST. I.. M. J. PRATT. T P A \. C. A. ST. I.E. A N 207 S. E. First Street, Phone 2-3030 MIAMI, FLORIDA HI V AT GROSSMAN'S < holce Fruits and Vegetable! Mo, 1. Roosevelt Curb Market N. E. 2nd Ave. and lllh Si • CORNER STAND' + + SON Bean Bread and nthtr ^eitrtanlc bread* GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. I lagltr *t Phone J-SS1I 140] Washington Avenue, M. B. The "Good Health" Kind +— I j I I In the Heart of Your Neighborhood • PIGGLY WIGGLY A Miami Institution + King Funeral I Ionic /" ^1 a 1 Humanity B, tilt Operated by FRANK G. MeGHAN'S WIDOW 29 N. W. Jrd Air Phones 2-3535—3-1621 T 0 R G SIN in S0VIET RlJSS1A orders enable your relatives In Soviet Russia lo purchase .ill sorts ni domesth i,r Imported artii les at Ion prii es, %  %  %  Ali(m*ted Hani, X. r. \m-l>,rutr Trar-: • \m,n. an 1 %  Mi.-. I",r. Biro-BMjan Manufa u r, rJr... Publh \mfl Ha• B. C, \ ( ..mmuni< ati .r | r 1 nion Tour*. Inr. S-fl B.nk. llonne. S J. I I'. nn.>l,ania ( ,,.. I'hila. I n.„n ~.>in. Bank. I'ltt.burnh Amaliimaied Tru-t A *,,(„., Bank, i blew*. There are Torgsin stores in over 1.000 localities. Torgsin orders may be sent to anyone, in any quantity. To cii PBH I S III 1)1 ( II) .,|„,ut .lo o„ lee tS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. Use it! 0HGSIN CENEBAL CESBESENTATIVE in U.S.A. 261 Fifth Avtiio* Fkd Ncv York. 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Friday. October 13, 1933 _THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I SOCIETY %  At a general meeting of it.s memI p Congregation Beth Jacob [ami Beach, unanimously reI,i,, id Cantor Boris Schlachman 1(0 officiate as its Cantor for anluthcr term. This is the fourth conI ie term that Cantor Schlach[„,;,: i. .serving the congregation. Cantor Schlachman has served I ior of a number of outstanding congregations in the North and : years ago served as Cantor .1 David Synagogue in Miami, Cantor Schlachman will direct %  tlimusical part of the services and |vill chant all late Friday evening, aturday morning service al i -no and will assist Rabbi I I. Rosenbloom of the Con| mi al all services. • • A public examination of all the Lplls cil the Talmud Torah of the Jewish Orthodox Con lum will be conducted next Tues|, : iinoon beginning at 3:30 p. Li in the Synagogue in the presi : the Board of Directors of I n [ation, Its members and I: Following the exams the i i children will begin actual work for I lie .semester on Wednesday afternoon. Periodical public examination will be conducted during the semester and prizes will be awarded for proficiency in study. Rabbi Julius Washer who recently accepted the call to the Synagogue i.s In active personal (fiare.e i ihe Talmud Torah. and all parents are meed to register their children as early as possible. Taking part in the playlet "The Dream of the Torah" win ten by %  Mi I. Wem.stem to be presented Friday nighl at Temple Israel, are Kitty Morris. David Wolkowsky. Milton Wasman, Edward Rubin and Celia Dobrln. The play which will be the main feature of the special Simchas Torah services at Temple Israel Friday night will be presented at the Altar m the .special eeremonial Succoth booth, and will depict the significance ol the Holiday. TIVOLI -h.. IMS and 11(10 P. M. Page Five PLAYING AT THE 7TII AVE. THEATRE The Judaic Council held its regular meeting on Monday evening, Oct. 9th. Election of officers will take place in the immediate future, after which plans will be made for the winter season. Mrs. W. V. Salzer and sons of 1650 21st Avenue south, have just returned from a trip to Louisville. Ky.. and Chicago. 111., where they visited relatives and friends, also tlie World's Fair. PHILLIPS HOLMES Florida, which was held at Orlando St. Petersburg Notes | suiulav 20c till 6:30 P. M. I Sunday-Mondayi Oct. 15-16— ,l().\N CRAWFORD GARY COOPER | "Today 1 We Live" — •: |+Keya Made While JL. (Pop) GERSONj Buyer of all kinds of scrap 1 [! metal. We sell auto parts, I [Imachinery etc. 'Ill \. W. SECOND AVENUE I You Wait I |R. L. (Bob) CARRi Safe, Gun and Lock Expert \ | Ml. WORK GUARANTEED j |2U \. E. 13th St Phone 2-0718 BON TON Dry Cleaners ttc Call I or and Deliver 1 inn-is ami KUKN Cleaned r Dytd v\ f l> i %  i. %  f 11< Plant and .Main Office: N. W. ,',lh Ave. I'hnnr 2-6T1.". NIGELEY Funeral I lome %  Washington AM.. MUimt Btach PHONE 5-3355 SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2124 N. W. 7th Ave. 1100 W. Klairlrr St. TU N. W. .Ilih Si. PHONE 2-3812 HOME SERVICE Laundry HOV II. TI'KNEK. Prop. 1225 S. W. filh St. Phone 2-5154 SPECIAL .•* 20 per cent discount of every Imndle of 75 cents or more. 1+ Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld ushered in the Sukkoth Holiday at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 Ninth street north, on Wednesday evening at K o'clock, his sermons on Wednesday were '"Optimism is the Keynote of the Sukkoth:" Thursday morning, "The Four Symbols of the Festival" and Friday evening. "The Spiritual Harvest." • • Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenberg of 1644 20th Ave. South, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son. born Monday night, October 2nd, at St. Anthony's hospital. The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation Bnai Israel, held their regular meeting last Tuesday evening. Oct. 3rd. and plans are being prepared for the Winter season. The Young Macabees held their regular meeting al the Con tion on Monday evening. Oct. 2nd. An affair is being planned for the Immediate future. • The Hebrew School Will be resumed Immediately alter the Holidays, and all children are urged to attend, it is held at the Congregation, 921 9th St. North, in charge %  it Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. • jane Esther Goldman, da Of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman, 1068 ,venue north, celebrated her third birthday party. About 30 ol her little friends were entertained bj Mis Goldman with garni and i, in hinents and prizes. Succoth Services will be continued at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 Ninth Street north, on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, on Thursday morning at B o'clock, with sermon of "Thoughts of Immortality : Thursday night at 8 o'clock with lull choir, refreshments being served later in the evening. Services will also be held on Friday morning at 9 o'clock, and Friday night at 8 o'clock, topic of sermon—"Secular and Religious Education." Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld officiating. • Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld attended the Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis of the state of on Monday and Tuesday. Octobei 9th and 10th. The card party given for the I.adie.s Auxiliary and Aid Society ol Congregation Bnai Israel, at which Mrs. Sierkese and Mrs. Bernstein were the hostesses, was a grand success. • • • The next card party will be held on Sunday evening, Oct. 15th, at the Synagogue, 921 9th St. north, and the hostesses are: Mrs. Stella Goldberg and Mrs. P. Kuperman. Refershments will be served and a prize given each table. Election of officers will take place at the next regular meeting of Congregation Bnai Israel, also election of trustees. "Men Must Fight" starring Diana Wynyard. Lewis Stone and Philip Holmes at the 7th Avenue Theatre next Sunday and Monday affords the theatre going public to see a real performance by the young and coming star Diana Wynyard. Playing the role ol the mother, one feels that she deserves the ympathy that goes out to her. It is she who presents the pacifist's side, lor she knows the uselessness ol war, having been a nurse m France during the World War. It depicts possibilities of the war situation as it might arise m 1940 and is worth while seeing because ol the opportunities presented to hear .ill sides of the arguments lor and pacifism. In the east with the headliners are May Robson, Ruth Selwyn. Hedda Hopper, Donal Dillaway and Mary Carlisle among others, Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "Have We A Religious Fixation?" In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns, scripture reading. and a question box. ODDITIES A prominent Jew on Saturday of Yom Kippur called a non-Jew to repair his refrigerator and was met with the query, "Aren't you a Jew? Don't you know that today i.s Yom Kippur?" The Jew replied. Are you. too. a Jew?" "No," was the reply, "but I respect my own faith and keep the Sabbath, and cannot realize how a Jew can claim to be one and yet work on Yom Kippur, the holiest day ol his calendar. Our non-Jewish friend happened to be a .Seventh Day Adventist. YOUR VACATION THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA foryoui HEALTH! W/////,Hn.U\\\\W Xow you can bt< *1 BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price thai fih -\nur pocketbooki PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TII ST. THE MACCABEES In addition to all regular forms of life insurance, The Maccabees are now issuing for the Bpecial benefit of the business man or the young man with family responsibilities, having a small Income and who needs more insurance, a Five and Ten Fear Automatic low cost policy. This policy takes care of your needs when yon need it most, at a very low cost. Without medical examination or certificate of good health, it automatically converts into an Ordinary Life or Twenty Payment Life Policy ai i be end of the low cost, period. This enables you to begin your Insurance program now. This policy can also be written with double indemnity, and with certain features which will give yon ten dollars per month, per thousand in case of accident. The Maccabee's policies carry a safety clause which very few organizations or companies carry. This is a clause that prevents the company from going broke, and the state of Colorado has recently past a law ihat all companies with Home Offices in Colorado, must carry this clause in their policies. A. M. COFFIN, State Manager 226 Seybold Building MIAMI, FLORIDA



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday: October 13. 1933 Orlando, Fla. Notes. Mr .'.:-..'. v.:> Dave HWman and el:::,;: 1 : %  d to their I mi ..:".-.: Isltlng the W rld'l Fail in c NO SHIMMY with GENERAL 7>it right Knd crisi *ctrSci the Jurrbc s p*tc"!cjas l 5" — buiitliktc b'iaec — icitt-e bo* (rim) for tupport. THt rltiijn hnrti tin tm holot it *tcdy l all ipcd s—no trimrny or lia*Jy. It permits p-i.-c JO !c t-c-e ii -;t c-iuorair to ble out! Cc-t-ast t k e Jumbo's itable cci e -it* :-c tcp-*te>. c^-st-Lrtion of the en Urged balleen t>pe tire— -;*, at the douehnut —and you <* see the reaic!;• te big differc-cc ipdforaanci let us Demonstrate iio* Jumbos will make YOUR car safer, rid* better and cost less to run GENERAL TIRE CO. — OF MIAMI — *."4 BISCAVXE BOULEVARD IHKI ro -it OND m Teh: VIAVI BEACH STANDARD SEBVIC1 STATION %  .-: r..-k AT* CCRA_ CABLES >AM n U E S*W Coral War \SEST PALV BEACH RATMOVD TIRE SERVICE CO. Dixie at 4th St. Wat Phil Asher was elected as a sponsor of the dance which followed the Orlando-Daytona Beach football game in Daytona Friday. • • a The dance, sponsored by the "D" club of Daytona Beach was held in the large mainland gynasium with violden Pheasants ten piece 1 hi sti a : irnlshing the inusii %  • %  Blatner. daughter 01 Mr and Mrs Max Blattner, returned weeks visit in E ... Mi and Mrs Ben Arstein return-. buying ti .;• In N V a %  a San ...... Hotel, lei Sai ay for Ne V rk rhen Ined by H .:.• %  :. j tiatl I Ak< : : : .-:.•: : I Mrs '•'.' .-.-.. .-.. Orlani Emt] Ml '. .:.-• : .: :.: M .r • i • •.:.-.5 Hai %  %  • ..: %  .: I v...-•; r '.'. State Co'.'.et w 1 5 :.... %  re%  ', WieSi : %  %  %  %  I : Mrs H C I Mrs ? : C : I I S The B'nai Brith N. R. A. team, uf which Mr. B. J. Cohen la the major, took an active pan In the N. R. A. parade on Columbus Day • • • Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper motored to St. Petersburg and Tampa last Sunday A REPLY • Continued from page 11 Mr. and Mrs. Jes.se Rosen motored to Tallahassee Sunday to visit their daughter, Mts-s Ruth Esther. who 1a student at the Florida State College fur Women. MiSS Hannah Ra'Bemet Sunday in West Palm Beach. Sol Wittenstein u chairman ol the committee in dances given at the Elks Club every Saturday night. officials have permitted the theato function on the understand^, that its actors, directors, mana^, and audience will be 100 ;. b. Even critics a-theatre must be Jewish. The 0 p. ing of the theatre by a new attack on Jews in Q, Nazi press which blamethe J, for the growing boy< ..an singers, acton outside of Gen:. impression was thai PORK U an althy food and is not lit for human conusmption "Because," Bald the speaki I you cat Is whal you are." "What yon eat is what you are." A Northern Jew wonders and asks where thi many Jewish men and Jewish women and Jewish boys and on Rosh Hashono and Yom Kippur. They were not in the Temple and 83 foi High Holy Daj nswers We believe him, And where were Attei and diamond V m Kippur night whereof he owl at this Would th pie be betIf they did not attend th .-• pla • but still did not atWe don't thii ab at • vi ry other ... What about Ii • s all year v 1 find still fewer of our :. and boyin t h 'its. don't %  S about it on R •-.. Hash :. : v m ;•:.. I irer's report '.'•' •. • : 1 %  •'..:.. : Hash :. V I: ".'." ha! v.-. =pcr.slbl tor sue! % % %  '• i %  I : %  %  .. %  : '. spaci I son ; •' •:• %  •:.• a: -• hat ; Sii '•'•" t Palm B F! BERLIN—The first cultural unof German Jewr. under the Nazi regimi was launched here by the new Jewish Cultun in the form of an 1 x ish theatre wh< • tion v.,. I.'. ;:.. : .'. the Society I also arranging weekly Jewish concerts and other specifical cultural activitii With 3.000 members already the Society is pursul non-a Hitlers Autobiography Barred h Poland WARSAW—Becau-passages regarded %  Ad U Hitli 1 Ml In K. •.::.; ::: ..-...-. banned .:. P : at Kattowltz had p :o the book and 1 :. c: an appeal fi %  For the Finest in Quality at Economical Prices VISIT THE ROOSEVELT CURB MARKET N. E. 2ND AVENUE AT FOURTEENTH STREET FRUITS. VEGETABLES. POULTRY. FISH. ECCS. GROCERIES. MEATS. "A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU" Hotel And Restaurant Equipment "•' GEORGE I DtXON COXPAN1 N • V 11 v I :r.d Aer.ot Phone 2-S*."l SCHLITZ BEER BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT Is Still the Best on the Market c :Sale it A Bettei Establishments MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. DISTRIBUTORS 216 N. E. 11th St. PheiM 2-3117 j The Young Men's Hebrew Association Extends you a sincere and cordial invitation to attend its second Annual Ball and Dance. Columbus Day Thursday, October 12th AT THE COUNTRY CLUB MIAMI BEACH GOLF AND To Be Entertained By The Inimitable WALLY VERNON Orchestra and Cast of Entertainers Tickets May Be Obtained from Any Member of the Committee or at the Door.


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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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wJemsfi Floridibi in
Vol. 6. No. 41.
FLORIDA'S ONLY JLWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA I HI DAY, OCTOBER 13, 1933
Jewish News Jewish Society to
Around The Meet Oct. 21-22
World
Resignation
N'llllllTOUS
Of Dean Reveals
ciausus at Carolina
University
CHAPEL HILL. N. CThe exist-
of a numerous ciausus against
students In the medical
Ol the University of North
a, a state-supported Institu-
revealed with the reslgna- I'
lion ol Dr. I.saac H. Manning,
nf the medical school, when
his policy of limiting the number
ol Jews in the first year medical
to 10 per cent of the total was
overruled by Dr. Frank Graham,
president of the University. Dean
Manning had regularly held the
number of Jewish admissions Into
rsl year class to ten per cent
because he regarded such a policy
as necessary in view of the difficul-
ty ol placing Jewish students in the
medical schools of the .
States. Dr. Graham, how- ;
eclared thai because the four
chools discriminated against
as no reason why the Uni-
verslty oi North Carolina should do
same. Dr. Manning then re-
| Hi will retain his place on
faculty, however. The quota
in the medical school came
to Dr. Graham's attention when a
student applied for admis-
sion to the school after this veal's
for Jews had been filled.
i ir, Manning refused to meet
wish student, the latter ap-
pealed to the president who over-
he dean and admitted the
the ground that the school
pen to all qualified students
lired by law. This year's
for Jews was four of a class
rty.
The thirty-ninth annual meeting
of the American Jewish Historical
Society will be held in the new
Library Building ol the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
northeast corner ol Broadway and
One Hundred and Twenty-second
Street, the headquarters oi the So-
ciety, in the City of New York, on
October 21 and 22, 1933.
Three sessions Wil be held: on
evening, October 21, be-
(I ginning at 8:30 P. M.; on Sunday
morning. October 22. beginning at
10:30 A. M.; and Sunday afternoon,
beginning at 2:30 P. M. The Presi-
dent will present his address at
the opening session, on Saturday
evening,
I n connection with this annual
meeting, the members of the So-
ciety and their friends are invited
i" View the exhibition ol rare
books, manuscripts, objects of art.
and historical letters and documents
relating to the Jews in America, in
I lie Rosenbach and other collec-
tions of the Society.
Price Five Cents
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
SI I .'.in '.,i, Avf.. Mi., in i i:,.;i.i,
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi.
Succoth services begin Wednes-
day evening at sundown. Thursday
morning special Yiskor or Memorial
services will be conducted with the
Rabbi preaching on "The Debt We
Owe to the Dead.'' Friday morning
the Rabbi will preach on "Rejoic-
ing in the Law." Saturday morn-
ing the Rabbi will preach on "What
of the Beginning." Cantor Schlach-
man will chant all the services
Ladies Will
Tender Reception
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con
tion ana the Congregation will be
hosts to the membership of the
Synagogue and their friends next
Sunday evening. October 15th, at K
p. m. sharp when a reception will
be tendered in honor of Rabbi
Julius Washer who was recently
called to the pulpit of the Congre-
A REPLY
What Is Wrong?
Editor The Jewish Floridian.
Miami. Fla.
Dear Sir:
In the issue of October 6th of the
Jewish Floridian, one signing him-
self as "A Northern Jew" complains
about the lack of Jewish interest
in things Jewish In Miami, and
gation. The reception will begin raLscs an imPant question, that
with a brief address of welcome by opens a vcry l'3'"1"1 and serious
Mrs Milton Weiner. chairman of i wo"nd lhat is badlv in need 0l
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
IMS S. W. Third Street
Jl'LIl'S WASHER. Rabbi
the arrangements committee, who
will introduce the toastmaster.
Among those who will speak during
the evening are Rabbis Jacob H.
Kaplan. Max Shapiro. David I.
Rosenbloom. S. M. Machtei and
treatment and attention: ii the con-
ditions complained about by "A
Northern Jew" are to be remedied.
The writer speaks only of Miami.
as if Miami Is an exception.
Things are no different in many
Rabbi Washer who will make the otl)er communities. "What is
Rabbi Shapiro
Is Honor Guest
|Non-Sectarian Bark-to-thr Church
Movement Organised
YORK.The National Lay-
Back to Church Movement.
Ii non-sectarian organization de-
to fight racial and religious
I Intolerance and to strive to in-
jcrea e church attendance in Catho-
lic. Protestant and Jewish houses
The Belli David Talmud Torah
Hall was filled to capacity last
Tuesday night when Beth David
Sisterhod entertained with a re-
ception honoring Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of the congregation. Mrs.
Lewis Brown president of the Sis-
terhood opened the gathering with
B briet address and presented Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the
affair. Among those who entertain-
ed were Cantor Louis Hayman. Mrs.
Ed Friedman, with vocal solos, ac-
companied by Miss Irene Farr at
the piano and Miss Lyl Chlsling
with a reading. Rabbis Jacob H.
Kaplan. David I. Rosenbloom. and
Julius Washer and Stanley C. My-
ers, spoke and the main address ol
the evening was delivered by the
guest of honor. Rabbi Shapiro. Fol-
The last days of Succoth will be
ushered in Wednesday night, Oc-
tober 11th, with services at 6:30.
Thursday morning services will be-
gin at 9 a. m. with special mem-
orial or Yizkor services at 10:30
a. m. preceded by a sermon by the
Rabbi on "From Booth to Home "
Simchas Torah services begin at "
p. m. and the Hakofos will star'
promptly at that hour. Friday
morning services will begin at 9
a. m. and following the servU es
the Auxiliary will serve refresh-
ments to the worshippers.
principal address of the evening.
Others on the program will be Mr.
Wrong?" is no small question to
answer. It is rather too big a ques-
TEMPI.E ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
1.17 N. K. \ni. i.-.-ntli Street
in: JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Joseph Oreenberg in a humorous tion for one to attempt to answer
recitation, the Chamber Ensemble '" a tetl lines or even a column.
consisting of two violins, cello, "And all big question." says B
and flute. Cantors Nathan Wroo- Z. Goldberg in a recent column of
bel. Boris Schlachman and Louis the "Day" are easier to answer in
Hayman. and Mrs. Barney Kraft six volumes than in a column.
accompanied by Miss Tillie Predln- : "For In six volumes you can twist
|ger. A novel feature of the evening the issue in a column you must
'wil be the formal presentation of I give an answeryes, no. here or
a "Poroches" to the Synagogue, In there, short and snappy." And that
which Mr. Milton Weiner will take Is really so It is very easy to ask
part. Following the formal program a question, In a column and even
a buffet luncheon will be served all much I e, but decidedly dif-
present. in charge oi arrangements I ficult to answer so important and
is a committee with Mrs. Milton "BIG" a question, even in several
Weiner. chairman, assisted by Mes- i columns: let alone a column or
Chas. Tannenbaum, Louis less. Besides the question can be-
PallOtt, Nathan Adelman. J. LOUii
Shochet and Nat Blum I >
The closing Succoth services will
be ushered in Wednesday night at
8 o'clock when Rabbi Kaplan will
preach. Thursday morning there
will be services at 11 a. m. when
the Rabbi will preach on the signi-
ficance of the Holiday. Special
Simchas Torah services will be con-
ducted Friday night in the Tem-
ple's beautiful ceremonial Booth, at
the Altar of the Temple. Brief ser-
vices will be held: Stuart Simon
come very much "bigger" by chang-
ing the small word IS to ISN'T.
One may ask "What ISN'T Wrong?"
That would make it more difficult
to answer! What Is wrong? is a
question big in itself and in order
to find some answer for "A North-
I em Jew" I shall make a short de-
The Ladies Auxiliary of the | tour.....
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega- | About two years ago. while stroll-
tion entertained the children of its Ing up and down the main street
Sunday School
Guest of Ladies
will read a paper and Mrs. Lois
lowing the formal exercises refresh- Dobrin will give a brief review and
ments were served by the commit-
tee. Assisting Mrs. Myers on the
committee were Mcsdames Isidor
worship has been organized here pinp Mverp Scmvartz, Harry Oli-
MacNeill as pres.deni. p|)ant M j Kopelowitz. J. Engler.
H.
name some of the outstanding
Jewish books. The children will be
seen in a playlet written by Mrs. I.
Weinstein for this event. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
Bishop Francis J. McConnell of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, will
1)1 plritual adviser this year. Next
a Catholic clergyman will be
this position and in 1935 the
ill go to a rabbi. Bishop O--
1 will head a National Spirit-
ual Advisory Council which will re-
Port annually to a Laymen's Ad-
visory c< uneil. headed by George
Gordon Battle, as to the needs of
"ie various denominations.
M. Scheinberg. B. Kandel. H.
Farr. Morris Dubler and S. J. Spec-
tor.
Y.M.H.A. Plan
Gala Dance
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conserrative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
I Revisioniata Arrested for Blowing
Miofar at Wailing Wall
JER1 3ALEMAaron Zuckerman. Wally Vernon and his band
Ibnist, has been arrested for
What will be one of the big af-
fairs of the current season is the
Columbus Day dance October 12th
of the Y. M. H. A. at the Miami
Beach Golf and Country Club.
of
blowin
Wall i,
be did
the Shofar at the Wailing
musicians and entertainers will
provide the music and entertain-
mediately after the Neilah ment for the evening. Added to the
on Kom Kippur. He said ( reception committee whose names
t as a protest against the
i*nf.s ruling that the Shofar
must notl be blown at the Wailing
Wall 0\%r 15,000 Jews visited the
I *llir.K wfWi on Yom Kippur.
appeared in the last issue of The
Jewish Floridian include Miss
Florence Levitch, Mrs. Jack Apt*.
Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. Murray
Kellman, Mrs. Jules Wilson, Mrs.
The final days of Succos will be-
gin with services Wednesday eve-
ning at 6 p. in. Thursday morning
services begin at 8:30 and Yi/.kor
or memorial services will be recited
at 9:30 preceded by an addi'
the Rabbi on "An Endless Cycle."
Simchas Torah will begin Thurs -
day evening and the children will
be the guests of the Sisterhood at
a party in the Synagogue at 7'30
p. m. Friday night the first late-
services of the season will begin at
8 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach
on "Zionism vs. Nazi-ism."
Murray Apte. Mrs. Norman
Franks. A formal dance program
will be presented to the guests at
the dor as a souvenir of the event.
Sunday school and Talmud Torah
at its annual Succos party last Sun-
day morning in the Succah of the
Congregation. Mrs. Ida Buckstein
was chairman of the arrangements
committee. At the tables which
were heavily laden with goodies.
of our city one evening, my atten-
tion was drawn to a large crowd of
men and women on a vacant corn-
er lot. at the juncture of the city
park. Reaching the place I noticed
a high platform on which there
stood a man undressed to his waist-
Mr. Louis Heiman formerly in line: displaying the muscular upper
charge of the Sunday school acted part of his body, that were both
as master of ceremonies. Among envied and admired. An eloquent
those who spoke were Mrs. Ida j speaker this man was. I cant re-
Buckstein. Mrs. Jack Hirsch. presi- j call his name but think it was a
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary, and doctor .... and lectured on health
Rabbi Julias Washer who explain- j and health food which he was ad-
ed the significance of the holiday. vertlsing for sale and distributing
free samples. You may perhaps have
seen that man during the same win-
ter season in Miami. Attracted by
the Doctor's methods and his pret-
ty line of talk. I took in his com-
plete lecture of almost an hours
time. In the course of his lecture
he pointed and named a good many
medicinal and food articles that
people are using daily that he said
are absolutely unhealthy and dan-
gerous. Even white bread, the kind
you buy at every grocery store, he
named as an unhealthful food:
"Just a lot of paste fit for papering
walls with." etc.. etc. However, his
one statement that made a strong
i Continued on page 6)
Recitations were made by Rose
Berkowitz. Oscar Rappaport and
Ray U. Shochet.
Welfare Bureau
onsors Benefit
Sp<
Jewish Welfare Auxiliary and
the Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a joint Hallowe'en Carnival
Sunday evening, October 29th. in
Kaplan Hall, with Mrs. Louis Selig-
man representing the Welfare- and
Mrs. J. A. Richter the Sisterhood.
There will be every sort of enter-
tainment, fortune telling, bridge,
dancing, and Mr. Bert Reisner will
have charge of the entertainment,
which will consist of professional
Talent, and children will be ad-
mitted free, adults 25 cents. Full
details in next Issue.


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THE JEWISH
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J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor
FRED K. SIIOCIIET. Cirrulnlinn Mimtir
(AMOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Kntertd ;* coond elata matter July 4.
1930, at tltf Peat Office at Miami, Florida.
the Aci of MhivIi :t. 1879,
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
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Vol. (i No. 41
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1933
Anti-Hitler
Sentiment
i mi break against Ambassa-
dor i.uiher in Milwaukee Indicates
'..i/i propaganda in this coun-
try is not having the effect Intend-
ed, While it Ls true that the riot-
here was done by Communists,
bring home with considerable
to the German government
id thai there Is pronounced
feeling, Wc have no doubl
.ii the presence In this coun-
. prominent officials In the
re .me would indicate still
: he real temper ol the peo-
this country. We had an
pie of this in Great Britain,
.hen Ah red Rosenberg, the Nazi
il emissary." was practically
: out oi ilie country because
ran so high againsl him and
overnment he represented. In
nd H was by no means a Com-
munistic or a Jewish reaction, but
a : elements participated in show-
their resentment. We have no
doubt, regardless of surface Indica-
nt thai the American people
would follow the example ol their
. h brethren should the oppor-
tunity present it-selt. Alter all is
id and done, there is a spun ol
manship and fair play here
' Is oposed to the spirit oi Prus-
..inisin as revealed in the Hitler
program.
Important. But Far
Front Enough
Although it is still too soon to
limate tlie real significance of
announcement by the German
minister ol economics that the Nazi
nient will not countenance
any discrimination against Jewish
:<; Inesfl linns so long as they do
not violate the law or the prinri-
: business ethics, two varying
interpretations of this statement
have already gained wide nun ncj
One holds that it would be folly to
cepl this statement as a i Inci re
attempt on t lie part oi the German
nment to modify its anti-
Jewish program because it It pan
ol the clever Na/i propaganda de-
ned to convince the world that
'" i many does not persecute lews
as Jews. It Ls argued that II the
by tins ostensible cone
,;'ii weaken the anti-German boy-
cott and conciliate the growing hos-
Ule opinion throughout the world.
they wil have gained a notable
triumph. The fact that this state-
'ii'iH was made while the League
Ol Nations was considering the pos-
sibility ot action on behalf or the
German Jews Is regarded as addi-
tional prool that the Nazis hope
this declaration will prevent such
action. Another opinion sees in the
pronuoncement a victory for the
non-Nazi elements ol the Hitler
cabinet who have supposedly al-
ways been opposed [0 I he moie
brutal forms ol anti-Jewish dis-
crimination. The non-Nazi mem-
bers ol the Cabinet represent the
leading German Industrialists who
have been hard hit by the world
boycott oi German goods and they
arc represented as belli!; seriously
concerned ai the plight ol German
domestic economy resulting from
the ruination ol Jewish business
men and merchants because of the
Nazi boycott. Which ot these in-
terpretations i.s collect remains to
be seen, bin regardless ol the true
meaning ol the pronouncement it
by no means indicates that the
Hitler regime Is ready to call a hall
to Its anti-Semitic program. II the
statement is sincere it will be re-
garded as an important gain re-
gardless ot Its motive, but there
will still be need lor much more
comprehensive and widespread ac-
tion before the social, political, eco-
nomic and cultural rights ol the
German Jew.- can be considered to
have beep, restored even to a mod-
st extent.
Canadian Clothing Industry Votes
Boycott of German Goods
MONTREAL A resolution pledg-
e Canadian clothng Industry
to boycott all German products as
a protest againsl the treatment ol
German Jews was adopted at a
ol the Associated Wom-
en's w a l iredll Bureau. The
lutlon will deprive German; ol
trade estimated to be worth 15,000.-
000 annually. The boycott will be-
gin Immediately and pun
hitherto made in Germany will now
be made in Great Britain and the
States
Ibyssinian Empress Repeats Queen
nf Sheba's Visit to Palestine
JERUSALEM Emulating her an-
cestress the Queen ot Sheba, the
Empress of Abyssinia has arrived
here foi a visit to Palestine, al-
though the circumstances are quite
different from those attending the
visit in the days of King Solomon.
The Eniprc.-s Is here to visit Chris-
tian shrines and she was welcomed
by officials of the government and
religious dignitaries of all creeds
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
The Ladies Auxiliary of Rodolph
Sholom Temple held their regular
monthly meeting Monday after-
noon, Oct. 2nd. in the auditorium
of the Temple. Plans were made
for a dance at the Moulin Rouge
Night Club, same to take place
Sunday evening, Oct. 22nd. 1933.
dancing starting at 9 p. m. and un-
til? The committee in charge of
tin dance u chairman, Mrs. M. H.
Kisler. assisted by Mrs. A. M. Wolf-
son. I. Abramovitz. P. Gotler, S.
Marks, and H. Cohen. Tickets can
be secured from any of the ladies
serving on this committee.
The auxiliary i.s also planning to
celebrate their 16th birthday Sun-
day evening. Oct. 29th. in the audi-
torium of the Temple. Comm. in
of arrangements Is General
Chairman Mrs. I. I.iehman. assist-
ed byt the following members. Mi
dame.s a. R. Berger, H. Aronovitz,
I. Abramovitz. II. Perlman, and
Miss Clara Wohl.
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Mr. Joseph Wohl. of Louis Wohl
and Sons has returned to the citj
alter a visit of business and pleas-
ure in New York City.
Mrs lied Perlman and daughter,
Joan, of Davis island, have return-
ed home alter a visit of Hire.
months with relatives in New York
City,

Tan Alpha chapter ofTau Epsi
Ion Phi fraternity held Its nintl
annual dinner for its pledges at
the Primrose grill al Gainesville
ij night, Oci 2nd, Tampa
members oi the fraternity attend
the University ol Florida are
Scribe Paul ii. Klrstein, Simon
!: rig, and Dave
m, and Pledge Davis Lacko-
wit/. Ben J. Plnman, of this citj
was then- first president.
Members ol the Rodolph Sholom
choir will be entertained In the
form ol a dance Thursday evening,
Oct. 19th, ai the Villa Del Rio by
the congregation.
Merry fellows of the Y. M. II. A
had a theater party Tuesday eve-
ning, Oct. 3rd. at the Tampa, on.
ot the many parties planned foi
Fall which will culminate with a
dinner dance Nov. 18th. at the
Forest Hills Country Club.
Two orchestras will play, one foi
the dinner and one for dancing
The committee includes Bill Wolf-
son. Ernest Maas. Jr., Fred Poller,
Irvin Salsbury, and Dr. L. Schwartz
THE
CIA
Goldberg met Goldstein.
Said the former: "Levy has offer-
ed me two thousand pounds to
marry his daughter."
Said the latter 'Lew has not
got two thousand pounds "
"Never mind." said Goldberg
proudly, "it's quite a good offer
Wife: "Please match this piece
of silk for me before you come
home."
Husband: "At the counter where
the pretty little blonde works?"
Wife: "No. you're too tired to
shop for me when your day's work
is done. dear. On second thought, !
won't boi her you."
By agreement small things grow
by discord the greatest go to pie .
Sallust.
He who does nothing for others
does nothing for himself, Goethe
Beauty without virtue Is a rose
without scent. Danish Proverb
He who hath a forgiving spirit is
himsell forgiven, Talmud.
Flattery i.s a base coin to which
only our vanity gives currency.La
Roche.
Through love the world become*
free; through drrCi- great.Gothe.
Friendship Is love without either
flowers or veil.J. c. Hare,
Those who seldom think alwav.
talk. Some :wr wise .some are other-
wise.
A. you learn, leach: as you gel
as you receive, distribute.
He who gives for the sake ol
thank- know not ihi pleasure ol
II C: "Say. Jim, how did
like 'Ashes ol Ven :eanci
J. c. "Do you mean the in. ..
or the cigar you gave me?"
The husband should alwaj
deavor to provide for his housi
quarrel begins mostly on account ol
improvidence.
Teacher: "Who says nothing
when he Is m the wrong?"
Abie, aged five, youngest of a
family of nine: "A clever man."
Teacher: "And who says nothing
even when he Is in the right?"
Abie: "A married man"
Issue More Antl-Slmltlc Decrees
In Germany
BERLIN.The relentless Nazi ef-
fort to uproot Jews from every
Held of activity in Germany con-
tinued 'Ins week with the promul-
gation of four new orders. One bar-
red all Jewish war veterans from
the Kuffhauser War Veterans- Lea-
gue. Another excluded 155 Jewish
traders Horn the Berlin Stock Ex-
change Eighteen Jewish professors
were dismissed from various uni-
versities. An amendment to the
civil servants' acl provided tor the
curtailment or complete cessation
oi pensions to the widows or other
surviving family members oi pen-
sioners Of the Republic it the
Original pensioners were not friend-
ly to Hitlerism. Still another order
bars all non-Aryans from the civil
and labor services, and even ex-
cludes Aryans if they are not po-
litically reliable or not wedd d to
Aryan wives.
Orlando, Fla.
A group oi boy.- and girls of this
city have organized the 101 club.
This club meets every Wednesda\
nite at the home of a 101. After
the meeting Is adjourned the hos-
tess or hOSl entertains in variou-
manners. Meyer Slgal, Pres.; Pearl
Shafer, Vice Pres.; Dorothy Baker,
Sec.; George Wolly. Treas.; Morton
Levy, Sgt. at Arms: Irene Braver-
man, reporter Mrs. Louis Wolly
was chosen club mother.
Little Virgina, who had fallen ill
ed for a kitten. An operation
was necessary and her mother
promised If she would be very
brave she should have the fines)
kitten to be found.
As Virginia was coming out from
under the influence of the anes-
thetic the nurse heard her say H
a bum way to get a cat."
PRICES FOK COMMODITIES
IN TORGSIN BTORES IN
THE I'. S. S. R. REDUCED 50%
We are Informed by the General
Representative of TOrgShl in the
U. S. A. that prices lor commodities
ill the TDrgSln stores have JUSt beer.
further reduced on the average by
fifty percent, The charges for parcel
service to recipients living in lo-
calities which have no Torgsin
stores have also been reduced
First build a house and plant a
vineyard ti. e.. provide for the
means of the hou-ehold'. and then
take a wife.
One of the greatest uwd^ ol this
modern world is good old-fashioned
kindness.
Aaron: "I'm sorry, but I can't pay
your bill today."
Jock "It has been riming a long
time, sir."
Aaron: "All the more reason
that it should be given a rest "
Henry: "Did you hear that Jim
got poisoned eating chicken?"
John: "Croquette?"
Henry: "Not yet, but he's pretty
sick."
STICK TO THE EIGHT
When things go wrong, as they
sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging
seems all uphill.
When the funds are low and the
debts are high.
And you want to smile but you
have to sigh,
When care is pre. sing you down a
bit.
Re : you must, but don't you
quit.
Life Is queer with its twists and
turns.
As every one of us sometimes learns.
And many a failure turns about.
When he might have won if he'd
stuck it OUt.
Don't nive up, though the pace
seems slow
You may succeed with another
blow,
on en the goal is nearer than
i' seems to a faint and faltering
man:
Often 'in struggler lias given up
When he might have captured the
victor's cup.
And he learned too late, when the
night slipped down.
How dose he was to the golden
crown.
Success is failure turned inside
out
The silver tint of the clouds of
doubt.
And you never can tell how
you are
It may be nearer when it seems
afar;
So stick to the fight when you are
hardest hit
It's when things seem worst that
you mustn't quit.
Reforming men by law rests on
the false iniccption that the mil-
lenlum Is going to be ushered into
tliLs world through the gateway of
politics.
GOD BLESS YOU
God bless you! words are empty
things;
We speak and think not of our
saying
But In thus phrase forever rings
Tlie higher tenderness of praying.
It means so muchit means that
we
Would have no fears or threat*
distress you,
Nor have your heart timed to a sigh.
God bless you!
This trinity of blessed words
Holds all our wishes, oldest,
newest,
The fairest deeds that can be
wrought.
The halest greetings, and the
truest
It's more than wishing Joy and
wealth,
That kindly fortune may caress
you
That you may have SUCCi and
health.
God bless you!
God bless you! why. it means SO
much
We almost whispei as i
We dream that unseen lingers touch
Our hands m answer as we pray
it.
May all II means to all mankind
In all its wondrousness possess
you,
Through sun and cloud and calm
and wind,
God bless you!


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THE JEWISH F LOR I D I AN
Friday. October 13. 1933
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Director. Ra I America
Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida
-POLONIA" WELCOMED BY
ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD
AT HAIFA
Vol. III.
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SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1933
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No. 3 .;.
NO. 4
What's In A Name?"
Vol. III. SUNDAY. OCTOBER B. 1933
Scripture Reading. Zecharlah. Chapter XIV. verses -" Inclusive.
- who married a German widow I
born to them in
the United
Vatei nd
papa." H
Ime by
He fed lothed.
-verheard his children di.
hi
me by
: till, tnon pere;- the
ame "Vatei
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theii
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-.'. k. Nonh South. Cross ni P
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Bab;. '' I
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Bring a li
A... .'. root ol jranii
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the Di It; H N ;'
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Vny name thai 1 1
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ly bo 1 OU1 ::.:. :.'': ".U.. S ...:... Of aci-
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rred name.
1 rathi; :. .. thai ell in th< person I thi I
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particular name by .. ~.~ .. the height!
;: pel God or
of approa Mr, II I
hat you ace:---- H:::. sin ind ai-
fectioi
I :; Madman" is I .:. the word.- o:
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A.
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When the moor. .
our hea:
Come weiling and surging .:.
Come from the mystic ocear.
HAIFA. Oct. 1.The S. S. Po-
lonla" of the Gdynia America Lin<
on her first trip from Constanza
arrived at Haifa today with a large
list of passengers and was welcom-
ed enthusiastically by the Jewish
people. Decorated with flags and
steamed into the beauti-
ful blue harbor of Haifa, greeted by
For this historical occasion, the
Polish Jews of Palestine arranged
live n eptii n tlon of
150 went aboard the ship and
speeches were made by Mr Diaen-
uoff. Mayor of Telaviv and Minis-
ter Arciczewski, the special dele-
, of the Polish Government.
Thus the S S. "Polonla" ol
Gdynia America Line began her
lervice between Con-
1 and Palestine to fa
owing passenger traffic
En l Eretz
Announcement!
DR.CHAS. BECKW1TT
OPTOMETRIST
Has ri turned from the N
Optometric Convention and will
be in his office to give personal
attention to his patient.'-.
36 N. E. First Ave.
Wh Some of us call it Long!
And others call it '
frozen on duty.
A mother starved for her brood
Socrates drinkini thi hemlock.
And Jesus on the rood:
who humble and nan>
The traight, hard pathway plod.
me call it Consecration.
And others call it God."
N deai friends thi r< .- nothlni
... .. .; ts, Shinto! Hin is or
children of the same Pal
Buddha. Zarat Ulan. Ra. Odin, or Zi is
1 He is still the N Oni ''
. or a Pentheon.the error Is you:
, nomen lat ire -but God is 1
Thi the t :.. : 1 iod and In keeping
: th Pi phet dail; 0 Iti this prayer "We thereion
O Lord our God. the behold thi Thj
abominations from the
:d will be perfected und
thi All....... ren of flesh will
: d of the earth Lei
: the world pei eive and I
bow. every ton Thi 1 1 ir G
:
Thy kim I reigi
For the kingdoi
: ritten in 1 I

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Friday. October 13, 1933
_THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I
SOCIETY

At a general meeting of it.s mem-
I p. Congregation Beth Jacob
! [ami Beach, unanimously re-
I,i,, id Cantor Boris Schlachman
1(0 officiate as its Cantor for an-
luthcr term. This is the fourth con-
I ie term that Cantor Schlach-
[,;,: i. .serving the congregation.
Cantor Schlachman has served
I ior of a number of outstand-
ing congregations in the North and
: years ago served as Cantor
.1 David Synagogue in Miami,
Cantor Schlachman will direct
tli- musical part of the services and
|vill chant all late Friday evening,
aturday morning service al
i -no and will assist Rabbi
I I. Rosenbloom of the Con-
| mi al all services.
*
A public examination of all the
Lplls cil the Talmud Torah of the
Jewish Orthodox Con
lum will be conducted next Tues-
|, : iinoon beginning at 3:30 p.
Li in the Synagogue in the pres-
i : the Board of Directors of
I n [ation, Its members and
I: Following the exams the
i i
children will begin actual work for
I lie .semester on Wednesday after-
noon. Periodical public examina-
tion will be conducted during the
semester and prizes will be award-
ed for proficiency in study. Rabbi
Julius Washer who recently accept-
ed the call to the Synagogue i.s In
active personal (fiare.e i ihe Tal-
mud Torah. and all parents are me-
ed to register their children as early
as possible.
Taking part in the playlet "The
Dream of the Torah" win ten by
Mi I. Wem.stem to be presented
Friday nighl at Temple Israel, are
Kitty Morris. David Wolkowsky.
Milton Wasman, Edward Rubin and
Celia Dobrln. The play which will
be the main feature of the special
Simchas Torah services at Temple
Israel Friday night will be present-
ed at the Altar m the .special eere-
monial Succoth booth, and will de-
pict the significance ol the Holiday.
TIVOLI
-h.. IMS and 11(10 P. M.
Page Five
PLAYING AT THE
7TII AVE. THEATRE
The Judaic Council held its regu-
lar meeting on Monday evening,
Oct. 9th. Election of officers will
take place in the immediate future,
after which plans will be made for
the winter season.
Mrs. W. V. Salzer and sons of
1650 21st Avenue south, have just
returned from a trip to Louisville.
Ky.. and Chicago. 111., where they
visited relatives and friends, also
tlie World's Fair.
PHILLIPS HOLMES
Florida, which was held at Orlando
St. Petersburg
Notes
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I Sunday-Mondayi Oct. 15-16
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Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld ushered in
the Sukkoth Holiday at Congrega-
tion Bnai Israel. 921 Ninth street
north, on Wednesday evening at K
o'clock, his sermons on Wednesday
were '"Optimism is the Keynote of
the Sukkoth:" Thursday morning,
"The Four Symbols of the Festival"
and Friday evening. "The Spiritual
Harvest."
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenberg
of 1644 20th Ave. South, are receiv-
ing congratulations on the birth of
a son. born Monday night, October
2nd, at St. Anthony's hospital.
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Congregation Bnai Israel,
held their regular meeting last
Tuesday evening. Oct. 3rd. and
plans are being prepared for the
Winter season.
* *
The Young Macabees held their
regular meeting al the Con
tion on Monday evening. Oct. 2nd.
An affair is being planned for the
Immediate future.
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The Hebrew School Will be re-
sumed Immediately alter the Holi-
days, and all children are urged to
attend, it is held at the Congrega-
tion, 921 9th St. North, in charge
it Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld.

jane Esther Goldman, da
Of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman, 1068
,venue north, celebrated her
third birthday party. About 30 ol
her little friends were entertained
bj Mis Goldman with garni and
i, in hinents and prizes.
. .
Succoth Services will be continu-
ed at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921
Ninth Street north, on Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock, on Thursday
morning at B o'clock, with sermon
of "Thoughts of Immortality :
Thursday night at 8 o'clock with
lull choir, refreshments being serv-
ed later in the evening. Services
will also be held on Friday morn-
ing at 9 o'clock, and Friday night
at 8 o'clock, topic of sermon"Secu-
lar and Religious Education." Rab-
bi A. S. Kleinfeld officiating.
* *
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld attended
the Conference of Orthodox and
Conservative Rabbis of the state of
on Monday and Tuesday. Octobei
9th and 10th.
* *
The card party given for the
I.adie.s Auxiliary and Aid Society ol
Congregation Bnai Israel, at which
Mrs. Sierkese and Mrs. Bernstein
were the hostesses, was a grand
success.

The next card party will be held
on Sunday evening, Oct. 15th, at
the Synagogue, 921 9th St. north,
and the hostesses are: Mrs. Stella
Goldberg and Mrs. P. Kuperman.
Refershments will be served and a
prize given each table.
Election of officers will take place
at the next regular meeting of Con-
gregation Bnai Israel, also election
of trustees.

"Men Must Fight" starring
Diana Wynyard. Lewis Stone and
Philip Holmes at the 7th Avenue
Theatre next Sunday and Monday
affords the theatre going public
to see a real performance by the
young and coming star Diana
Wynyard. Playing the role ol the
mother, one feels that she deserves
the ympathy that goes out to her.
It is she who presents the pacifist's
side, lor she knows the uselessness
ol war, having been a nurse m
France during the World War. It
depicts possibilities of the war situ-
ation as it might arise m 1940 and
is worth while seeing because ol
the opportunities presented to hear
.ill sides of the arguments lor and
' pacifism. In the east with
the headliners are May Robson,
Ruth Selwyn. Hedda Hopper, Donal
Dillaway and Mary Carlisle among
others,
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over WIOD at ten o'clock
on Sunday morning on "Have We
A Religious Fixation?" In addition
to the sermon there will be pray-
ers, hymns, scripture reading. and
a question box.
ODDITIES
A prominent Jew on Saturday of
Yom Kippur called a non-Jew to
repair his refrigerator and was met
with the query, "Aren't you a
Jew? Don't you know that today i.s
Yom Kippur?" The Jew replied.
Are you. too. a Jew?" "No," was
the reply, "but I respect my own
faith and keep the Sabbath, and
cannot realize how a Jew can claim
to be one and yet work on Yom
Kippur, the holiest day ol his calen-
dar. Our non-Jewish friend happen-
ed to be a .Seventh Day Adventist.
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in their policies.
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State Manager
226 Seybold Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday: October 13. 1933
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
Mr .'.:-..'. v.:> Dave HWman and
el:::,;: 1 : d to their
I mi ..:".-.: Isltlng the W rld'l
Fail in c
NO
SHIMMY
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GENERAL
7>it right Knd crisi *ctr- Sci the
Jurrbc s p*tc"!cjasl5"buiitliktc
b'iaec icitt-e bo* (rim) for
tupport. THt rltiijn hnrti tin tm
holot it *tcdy l all ipcdsno
trimrny or lia*Jy. It permits p--
i.-c jo !c t-c-e ii -;t c-iuor- air to
ble out! Cc-t-ast tke Jumbo's itable
cci e -it* :-c tcp-*te>. c^-st-Lrtion
of the en Urged balleen t>pe tire
-;*, at the douehnut and you
<* see the reaic- !; te big differ-
c-cc i- pdforaanci
let us Demonstrate iio* Jumbos
will make YOUR car safer, rid*
better and cost less to run
GENERAL
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OF MIAMI
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ihki ro -it ond m
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Dixie at 4th St.
Wat Phil Asher was elected as a
sponsor of the dance which follow-
ed the Orlando-Daytona Beach
football game in Daytona Friday.
a
The dance, sponsored by the "D"
club of Daytona Beach was held in
the large mainland gynasium with
violden Pheasants ten piece
1 hi stia : irnlshing the inu-
sii

Blatner. daughter 01 Mr
and Mrs Max Blattner, returned
. weeks visit in
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The B'nai Brith N. R. A. team,
uf which Mr. B. J. Cohen la the
major, took an active pan In the
N. R. A. parade on Columbus Day

Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper
motored to St. Petersburg and
Tampa last Sunday
A REPLY
Continued from page 11
Mr. and Mrs. Jes.se Rosen motor-
ed to Tallahassee Sunday to visit
their daughter, Mts-s Ruth Esther.
who 1- a student at the Florida
State College fur Women.
MiSS Hannah Ra'- Bemet
Sunday in West Palm Beach.
Sol Wittenstein u chairman ol
the committee in
dances given at the Elks Club every
Saturday night.
officials have permitted the thea-
to function on the understand^,
that its actors, directors, mana^,
and audience will be 100 ;.
b. Even critics a--
theatre must be Jewish. The 0p.
ing of the theatre
by a new attack on Jews in q,
Nazi press which blame- the J,
for the growing boy<
..an singers, acton
outside of Gen:.
impression was thai pork u an
althy food and is not lit for
human conusmption "Because,"
Bald the speaki I you cat Is
whal you are." "What yon eat is
what you are." a Northern Jew
wonders and asks where thi
many Jewish men and Jewish wo-
men and Jewish boys and
on Rosh Hashono and Yom
Kippur. They were not in the Tem-
ple and 83 foi High Holy
Daj nswers We be-
lieve him, And where were
Attei and diamond
V m Kippur night
whereof he
owl at this
Would th pie be bet-
If they did not attend
th .- pla but still did not at-
We don't thii
ab at vi ry other
. ... What about
Ii s all year
v 1 find still fewer of our
:. and boy-
in t h
. 'its. don't
S about it on
R -.. Hash :. : v m ;:..
I irer's re-
port '.''
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BERLINThe first cultural un-
of German Jewr. under
the Nazi regimi was launched here
by the new Jewish Cultun -
in the form of an 1 x
ish theatre wh<
tion v.,. I.'. ;:..
: .'. the Society I
also arranging weekly Jewish con-
certs and other specifical
cultural activitii With
3.000 members already
the Society is pursul
non-a
Hitlers Autobiography Barred h
Poland
WARSAWBecau--
passages regarded
Ad U Hitli 1
Ml In K..::.;
::: ..-...-. banned .:. P :
at Kattowltz had p:o.
the book and 1
:. c: an appeal fi

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MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.
DISTRIBUTORS
216 N. E. 11th St. PheiM 2-3117 j
The
Young Men's
Hebrew Association
Extends you a sincere and cordial invitation to attend its
second Annual Ball and Dance. Columbus Day
Thursday, October 12th
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COUNTRY CLUB
MIAMI BEACH GOLF AND
To Be Entertained By The Inimitable
WALLY VERNON
Orchestra and Cast of Entertainers
Tickets May Be Obtained from Any Member of the
Committee or at the Door.