Vol. 8. No. 47
LORIDA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1933
ArabN Plan New Demonstrations
Affftln*t Jewish Immigration
Price Five Cent*
strations against Jewish Immigra-
tion in every town liave been called
by the Arab Executive for January
17, following a meeting of the Arab
Executive. The date .set for the de-
monstrations coincides with the
Ural day of the Moslem Feast ol
Ban am and all celebrations and
festivities have been railed off, De-
cember '.) has been .set a.s a day ol
mourning for the "Arab martyrs ol
Palestine." The meeting of the Arab
Executive also formulated plans for
a boycott against Jewish goods.
Arab women will make housc-to-
bOUSe VteitS to urge Arabs to retrain
from patronizing Jewish .shops. The
Arabs also voted non-confidence in
the British commission which Is to
Investigate the recent riots.
Predicts Persecution of German
Jews Will End Soon
New York.The perescution of
the Jews in Germany will soon
cease. Ralph D. Blumenfeld. noted
American-born British Journalist
and chairman of the board of the
London Daily Express, predicted on
his arrival in this country for a
series of lectures. Mr. Blumenfeld
said that "there will be a big change
shortly. Hitler has seen Mussolini
and realized that the attitude to-
ward Hie jews must be changed
because it- was injuring Germany's
hipping and her export trade. He
will make conciliatory offers very
soon to regain their good-will."
An important meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau was held
at Kaplan Hall last Monday nlghl
when plans for the Chanuka din-
ner to be sponsored by the or-
ganization on Christinas eve Dec-
24th. were announced. Mr. Mark
Max is donor of the entire alfaii
v. Inch will be held at the Ponce de
Leon hotel and for which 16.00 pel
couple will bo charged, Because of
the limited spare tho.so desiring to
attend are urged to make then
reservations Immediately with any
member ot the committee Enter-
tainment will be provided Includ-
ing musical and vaudeville num-
ber. The entne proceeds will be
devoted to the work ol the .Jewish
Welfare Bureau. Those who will
serve with Mr, Max are Mrs. S. Rot-
lord. Mis. Phillip Ltberman, Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Welner, Mr and Mis. .Joe Rich-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lewis. Mi
and Mrs. I Levin. Mrs. H. Nevlns,
Mrs. H. Bulbin. Mrs. L. H. Davis.
Messrs Maurice Rubin, and Sam
Blanck. A report on the disbanding
of the Community Chest was read
by the executive secretary. Mrs.
Sadye O. Rose, and a ways and
means committee to study and pre-
I sent plans for the raising of the
necessary funds to carry on the
work of the organization was ap-
pointed. On this committee the
president appointed H I.. Lipton.
P. Sheinberg. H. E Kleinman. Dr.
A. E. Rosenthal. Nathan Adelman
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
1.17 N. K. Nin.le.nth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Services will begin at 8:15 p. m.
Dr. Kaplan's subject will be "The
Joy of Service vs. The Greed of
The confirmation class will meel
with Dr. Kaplan, lor the first time,
at nine o'clock Sunday morning in
Religious school each Sunday
morning ten to twelve.
Husband in Death
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
I3( N. w. Third Avenue
MAX SIIAPIKO, Italibi
To Be Installed
Tn Edit Jewish Biographical
Ni < York.Leo Glassman, news-
i! former correspondent in
and Jewish journalist, has
ppolnted editor-in-chief ol
raphical Encyclopedia ol
American Jews which is to be pub-
lished shortly. The Encyclopedia,
which will present an authoritative
record ol the achievements ol Jews
'n the various spheres of American
;'l' i being prepared under tin
nipervislon ol an advisory board
Which includes Bernard S. Deiitsch
Dr. Joseph JastrOW, Rabbi Louis L.
Mann Dr. William Rosenau, Morris
Congressman Herman P. Kopple-
Rothenberg, George Z. Medalie,
"an, l)r Israel Wechsler. Rabbi
Israel C.oldstein and Rabbi Oerson
1 8. Ambassador to Hussia Had
Washington.William C. Bullltt.
'he first American ambassador to
"* Soviet Union. Is a half-Jew. it
** revealed in biographies of him
appointment. Mr. Bullltt's
mother was Louisa Horwitz, who
married the future ambassador's
ather. William Christian Bullltt,
Officers ol the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be for-
mally Installed Into office next
Sundaj nlghl al a banquet which
will be held at the Synagogue 1545
S \v Third street beginning
promptly al p m. The ceremonies
will begin with a brief addn
me by Mr, H. M Drevlch
chairman ol the arrangemi nts com-
. rollowed by the invocation
given by Babbl Julius Washer ol
the congregation Addresses will be
delivered by the Rabbi and by Mr.
Milton Welner president ol the
congri atlon who will begin his
. term m office a musical
program will be presented during
the evening, and a number ol de-
clamations and readings will be
given. A complete twelve course
meal dinner will be served. Admis-
sion Will be the nominal sum of
only seventy-five cents, the entire
proceed- of winch will be devoted
to the Talmud Torah sponsored by
the congregation. Assisting on the
Committee are Messrs Max Mint-
itr and Max Rappaport. Repre-
senting the Ladles Auxiliary of the
Congregation in arranging the event
Is a committee beaded by Mrs. Mil-
ton Welner who Is being assisted
by Mrs. Nat Bluniberg. Mr. Win.
Clein Mrs. Nathan Adelman and
Mrs J. L. Shochet. The public is
invited to attend and a very en-
joyable evening is promised.
The usual Friday evening services
begin al 5:30 with the late services
at 8 p. m. when "Jewish Council
Sabbath" will be observed. Mein-
ben ol the Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women who will be the guests
of the Congregation will conduct
the responsive readings. Cantor
Louis Hayman and the choir will
chain the traditional hymns. Miss
Pave Sheldon president of the
Junior Council will speak on "The
Junior Council's Relationship to
Judaism." Rabbi Max Shapiro will
i preach a sermon on "la There Jew-
ish Life In Miami?" Saturday morn-
ing Samuel Patterson the son of
' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Patterson will be
Ban Mitzva and will recite the Haf-
' toro and deliver a brief address.
, following which the Rabbi will
speak briefly to the boy in a ser-
monette The parents will be hosts
alti i 'he services at a reception in
tin' Talmud Torah. The Junior
Congregation meets Saturday at
10:30 and the Bar Mitzva Boys
Breakfast Club at 8 o'clock Sunday
morning. Breakfast following the
services will be tendered by Mrs
Harry Oliphant in memory of her
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Ill Washington A*e.. Minmi Hearh
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Farlv services begin at .">::t0 with
the hue services at 8:16 when the
Rabbi will preach a sermon on
i rael's wrestling with Angels."
I'he services will be chanted by
i Boris Bchlachman of the
congregation. Saturday moraine
ri vices begin at 8:30 with the Rab-
bi preaching a sermon in Yiddish
on the Biblical portion of the week
Sunday morning the Rabbi will
continue his series of scrmoneUe.-
to the chtdlren of the Sunday
school on another phase of "Sab-
bath." During the season there will
be a number of prominent guest
speakers who will occupy the pul-
Just two weeks after she had at-
tended the funeral for her husband
Jack, Mrs. Evelyn Solen active com-
munal worker, twenty years of age.
was laid to rest in the Jewish sec-
tion of the Woodlawn Cemetery in
a grave adjoining his. Her wish
that she Join her husband soon,
tearfully voiced at the final ser-
vices for her husband, was thfis
While a passenger In an automo-
bile on Thursday. November 23rd.
near Davlnna Beach, because of
a blow out of the two rear tires,
the car in which she was a passen-
ger together with Mrs. Nat Levitt
and Miss Bessie Levitt, all of Miami
overturned and Mrs. Solen was
The funeral services were con-
ducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro of
Beth David Congregation and
Rabbi Julius Wa-sher of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and
eulogies were delivered at the home
and at the cemetery. Cantor Louis
Hayman of Beth David chanted
the "Kol Molay." One of the larg-
est gatherings in recent years at-
tended the final ceremonies.
Mrs. Solen was very active in lo-
cal Jewish affairs, particularly in j
Junior Hadassah circles where she
was one of the most beloved work-
ers, and with the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation where she was |
a member of the teaching staff I
during the past year.
She is survived by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jamison, a
sister Shirley, and a brother Stan-
Impressive memorial services in
memory of Evelyn Solen who met
a tragic death recently, will be held
by Junior Hadassah ol which the
ed was an officer, on next
Monday evening, December 4th, be-
ginning at 8 p. in in Hie Miami
Jewish orthodox Synagogue. i.r>-r>
s. w. Third st, The ceremonies win
begin with a briei prayer by
the members and addresses will be
delivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro ol
Beth David Congregation, Rabbi
Julius Washer of the Miami Jew-
| Lsh Orthodox Congregation, and
by Mrs. Sol Rotfort president of
the Miami Junior Hadassah. The
| memorial prayer will be chanted by
; Cantor Louis Hayman. All mem-
bers of Junior Hadassah and those
desiring to pay respect to the mem-
ory of the late Mrs. Solen are in-
vited to attend the memorial meet-
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
154.'. S. W. Third Street
JULIl'S WASHER. Rabbi
The usual early services begin at
5:30 with the first of the late Fri-
day night services beginning at
8:30 when Rabbi Washer will
preach a sermon on "Shall Jacob
struggle so that Israel may sur-
vive?" There will be congregational
singing and chanting of special
numbers by children of the Talmud
Torah. Following the services the
Ladies Auxiliary will serve refresh-
ments. Saturday morning services
begin at 9 a. m. Mincha services
begin at 5 p. m. followed by the
Shalosh Saudah with Mr. Morris
Kotkin as the host.
The Problem Of
By ALFRED E. SMITH
A proposal has been submitted to
the League of Nations under which
a special commission will have
charge of the care of German refu-
gees and then distribution to the
more civilized communities which
will agree to receive their fan-
share or quota. These refugees,
contrary to public impression, con-
sist not only of German Jews, but
also of Liberals. Socialists, and
generally of the bolder and more
uncompromising spirits who do not
stand in well witli the Hitler gov-
ernment. There is obviously no fu-
ture in Germany for these elements
so long as Hitler's theories of gov-
ernment are supported, as they
seem to be at present, by the great
majority of the German people.
Under these circumstances those
who have managed to get out of
the country are lucky, even though
they are merely camping tempor-
arily in bordering nations, and
every facility should be extended
to those who remain so that they
also may make new homes in fair-
er and more congenial surround-
ings. There is talk of appointing an
American as commissioner in
charge of this work of emigration
I hope that this report is correct,
because this privilege should prop-
erly go to a representative of this
nation, which practically since its
discovery has offered a haven of
refugee and oportunity to the poor,
the oppressed, the ambitious and
the liberty loving.
A.s our country has become older
and wealthier, as bigotry and snob-
bishness have raised their Ugly
head.- among us. we have tended to
target that this country was built
up by Immigrants who in the vast
majority ot cases came here to
escape poverty, oppression. social
restrictions and lack ol opportun-
ity at home. Tin American who
does not realize this has n
mental honesty, nor knowlcd
From Germany have come some
of our best citizens Then descend-
ent.s have mingled with all the
other races ol the country and have
contributed their full share to pro-
duce the present day Americanism.
Prom 'he time ol Napoleon. I
uprising, every revolution, every
oppression, civil or religious In the
countries which make up the mod-
ern Germany, has produced a tide
of immigration into the United
States. Families who came from
Ireland after the various famines
and uprisings in that country found
themselves landing side by side
with the refugees from Germany
after the revolutions of 1830 and
1848. Hundreds of thousands of
Germans came to this country to
escape military service and the dic-
tatorships which preceded Hitler.
I am fully aware of the persua-
sive arguments for cutting down
unrestricted immigration into this
country. I have always suspected,
however, that some of the more
drastic provisions of our laws and
iContinued on page 3)
THE JEWISH K l O R I D I A N
Friday. December 1, 1933
> PLAY1XG AT Till
-I II ,\\ I. THEATRE
The attention of our readers is
directed to the weekly auction
sales of household goods and furni-
ture at the Withers Transfer and
Storage Co. warehouse 1000 N E
1st ave. with Ray Wright, promi-
nent auctioneer in charge even-
Samet's Market opening for the
fifth consecutive season at 737
Wash. ave. Miami Beach will have
a complete assortment of the fin-
est in delicatessen, dairy product.-.,
fancy groceries, a meat and poul-
try department which is under
supervision 01 Rabbi David I Ros-
enbloom. fruits and vegetables and
everything to enable the house
to select her foodstuffs ai thi most
reasonable pi: 1 dur-
ing Its existi n< at thi Bi
iblished an enviable reputation
1 AUCTION .
[JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER"
1 AM) STORAGE CO.. Inc.
1 1000 N. E. 1st Avenue
1 MONDAY ALL DAY
iHoaaehold Goods and Furnitures
of every description
I RAY WRIGHT. Auctioneer
I Phone 22860
for the best at the least cost and
courteous and complete service to
the customer at all times.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Marshall of
Springfield. Mass.. are visiting theii
Bister and brother-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Pallott and will remain
here for sometime.
Mrs. J Milken and dau
Marlene of Springfield. Mass.. are
the guests of Lheir sister and broth-
er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pal-
lott of this city.
Plans lor a dance to be given by
the Young Men.- Hebrew As
tion on Saturday night Necember
16th at the Fleetwood Hotel Miami
nnounced at thi
charge of arrai emeriti is .1 com-
itb e headed by Sol Rotfort.
nan. who -.- being assisted by Mill
r Nat Blumberu. AI 1
man and Max Jacobskind.
The Girl Dl\ Isli :. 1 : the Y M
!i A. is sponsi rin .< skating party
on Saturda- evening December 2,
beginning at 1030 p m at the
Palace Skating Rink All members
are urged to attend and a very en-
joyable evening is promised.
:-, W. Klairler Street lat *ih A-e.i I
I Delicious Home Cooked Meals |
\...ur GarMCIIta Kit Handled l>nl> ll>
1 10-1 II N. V. ISIh A>enue
1 Poultry Market
I Supplying Only the Choices!
At Reasonable Prices
1 Ke\. Jacch I). Katz
87 WASHINGTON AYE.
Cor. 1-t St.
Formerly Stone's Market 1
Miss Harriet Palme: entertained
- number 01 ln-r Juvenlli friends in
elebratlon of her eleventh birthday
anniversary lasi Tuesday afternoon
tl her home Garnet wen played
ind prizes were awarded Dunn?
he afternoon ice cream aki and
andy was to the
Harriet was the incipient of a
number 01 beautiful glfi from her
: hi Girl* Division of the Y M
ii A. is plannii I n of
I members at the
c'ubrooms of the Y M H A on
lay evenin I
Mrs M Shai li a\ llli
\ isiting hi:
i-law, Mr an I
r Mr and '' '" Shs: :ro and
:. ant: Mrs !. It
. a >
Mr. and Mrt Sidl
birth of a baby da .
.,- the VI Mother
-nd baby an stir
The Miami )> Social
1 -t at a recent meeting elected of-
1 'icers and made plan toi 'he In-
auguration of an a< 11 eason. Of-
elected wen Jack Stern.
lent; Nai Nusbaum, vice
nresident: Belle Sieeel. recording
secretary; Selma Spoont. corres-
retary: Paula Thaler
I treasurer. The Board of Directors
See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY llyffTCA ICIC OPEN DA" Y
and SUNDAY i?l U J A I jLL and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Leader.hip CHIEF WILLIAM MeHNLEI OSCEOLA
\ u Twenty-Fifth a-nue and Sixteenth sirt
<, W.....n 1 1 \(.l ED ST. l" 27TH AVE.. Turn North
Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM
see I wbn\ Hill, a Real Seminole Indian. Wre*tle the Alliiralnr
Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale
Til GET THRRETake An] For-llirr Car or Drive i.l on I li.l.r
and North on 27th Avenue
includes Jack Nusbaum. Beverly
Thaler. Murrj Gi ssman SI
Dubler and Jack Atkins Jack At-
kins will sei in
airman o: publicit]
p : tani mi etln ol thi i t
tion will be held Jacob
Synagogue Miami Bi ach 01
day <-. nil mber 3rd. al
o'clock and al) ::. n
to atti nd
II :.-.:.. : .:
cember 3rd begl '8 o'clock.
The public I attend and
very enjoyabli evenini
Dr. a Lustgarten ; Miami
physician, who was av .-.-
time | :: N< Yi II k
nounces the reopenmi: ol profes-
the Olympia bide.
path :/.- ii rids
The openin thi National
EC Ma Miami Beach.
scheduled for N vember 30th. was
d will b"
formal penin, il tx an-
: : In an (ai
::.'.. : I.-rai'.
..ood through the card party
ol Mrs, H. N.
. ted by Mes-
!! Nl vins (I Davis J. G.
Fortnightly Book Review club
tilth aniversary at
the annual birthday luncheon-
lay at the
tea room. Miami Beach Mrs
All x Oi ldst< in ii d Mrs Harrj
hip Is limited
Mrs Adele Vlnce Rose. Mrs Gold-
-::. Mrt Hai: Ol lin Mrs Hi:.-
ry Berg Mi Chai
Mrs Albert E Rosenthal. Mrs
. S. Field. Mrs Samuel Wiei
ell M M :. Wi iner, Mrs Rj -
R U Mrs Joseph William-
The next regular meeting will be
held on Tuesday. Dec 5 at Mrs
Welnei i I mi 1040 8 \v 13th ave
when Rabbi Julius Washer will
ent "Three Cities'' by Sholem
More than 150 trained voices
;.-ed by LeRo-. Shield, general
musical director of the National
Broad' 'ompany of Chicaco.
for the chorus group in The
Devil's Brother." Laurel and Har-
which played Sunday and Monday
at the "th Avenue Theatre. The pic-
ture is based on Auber's famous
comic opera "Fra Dtavolo." The
noted singer and stage star, Den-
nis IClng, plays a prominent part
in the production and the cast
also features Thelma Todd. James
Finlayson, Lucille Brown. Arthur
in and Henry Armetta under
the direction oi Hal Roach.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Field enter-
tained al a Thanksgiving dinner
yesterday, at their home. 218 S. W.
21st road, in honor of their friends.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Heitler of New-
York city, and Mr. and Mrs. I.
Krankenstine of Savannah, Ga.
Mrs Heitler is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs Field while her husband is
touring the state.
Mrs, Heitler was complimented at
a bridge-luncheon today by Mrs.
Harrj Bugarman at her home at
the Park lane, Miami Beach. A
beach party, luncheon and a motor-
cade ol Greater Miami ;i, plan-
Mi.- Heitler's honor by Mrs.
Ludo Van Stevron last
The unveiling ol the tombstone
mory of the hue Ernie Wein-
kle will take place on Sunday after-
noon. December 17th. at 2 p m.
Full details will appear in our next
barian." a romantic com-
edy concerned with the adventures
of a | lering Arab who falls
with an English woman.
Ramon Novarro to the Ti-
ll Theatre next Sunday and Mon-
reported to be a role
totally different from any the
popular Latin star has yet portray-
ed in the talk:-
The picture is based on a play
by Edear Selwyn. adapted to the
screen by Anita Loos and Elmer
ind directed by Sam Wood.
In it Novarro enacts the Arab
guide who plays up to the suscep-
tibilities "1 elderly women starved
mance and pockets a pretty
pains When he falls
in love with the alluring Miss 11 j
he finds himsell running into a
difficult proposition, and Is
all his res
. gUI and oriental schemer m
I consummate his desires
"Tin- Barbarian affi i ds No\ arro
tunity to sing a number
abian love songs, a special
ed by Herbert Stothart C Aubrey
Edward Arnold, Blanche
. Marcelle C rdaj Hedda
Hopper and Leni Stengel are seen
in suporting roles.
In addition to the many and
beautiful gifts that one can choose.
to satisfy every requirement, the
Lillian Gift Shoppe, 70 N. E. 3rd st.
which opened last week la making
a specialty of wrapping packages
lor the public mailing at very
reasonable and nominal charges.
The shop which is being operated
by Mrs. Frances Berner will soon
carry a complete line of Jewish art
novelties and Palestinian products.
Boi off,. ,
Sunday-Monday, Dec. 3-4
For The Finest in Quality
At Reasonable Prices
BI V AT THI.
N. E, ind Ave. at 14th St.
FRI ITS, POULTRY, EGGS,
MEATS. FISH. BREAD. CAKE.
"Everything in Food"
Funeral I Iome
!3l Waahlnrtlon i.. Miami Brack
JOHN \Y BI RKE
.Funera Advisor & Director
Serving Miami and M Iftmian*
1M West Hauler St.
White Oak Leather
II tail Soles 35c|
ladies HEELS ....... I.I
I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP I
240 N. E. Niisl Ah, 0pp. Carlcz llolrl'
REMEMBER White Oak
Leather Will Wear Longer. I
Give It a Test and Time Will
Ice Cream Co.
JIM N. V. 7th Ave.
lino W. Plaglw Si.
11 .V. W. 11th si.
151 st 2- sr
BEER GARDEN 2 >
Lunchpor) -$0< AO* 50^
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
Our I-ish arc the frcslu-st Caught by our own boats daily
If it is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively
low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in ob-
servance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.
Friday. December 1, 1933
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
w-BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY
irWIKII FIOKIIMAN PI III.ISHINt; CO.
" P. 0. Box 2973
Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183
(2I s. W. Wli Avenue Phone 2-1181
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FKF.D K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manager
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Knt.r-.l U MCOnd class mutter .Inly 4.
1930 at the Poll Office at Miami. Florida,
under tin Act of March 3. 1NT9.
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN.
TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER
SUBSCRIPTION Sii Months...... SI.OO
Vol. fi No. 47
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1933
Jews and German
One of the most ironic phases of
the persecution of the Jews in
Germany is the inhuman and con-
tumacious treatment meted out to
Jewish physicians who for genera-
tions have not only made signal
contributions to German medicine
but who have spread the fame of
German medicine to the farthest
corners of the earth. Mast Jews
have been aware of the enormous
achievements of Jewish medical
men in Germany. The medical pro-
fession, too. knows of the invaluable
work of German-Jewish doctors:
but public opinion at large does not
and therefore the concise, inform-
ative and well-written eight-page
pamphlet on "The Contribution of
the German Jew to Medicine." by
Dr. A. J. Rongy, just published by
the American Jewish Congress, is
both timely and valuable. Thus bro-
chure gives in some detail the I
niftcant contribution of Jewish phy-
sicians to medicine and constitutes
fectlve answer to Nazi perse-
cution. He lists five German Jews
ave won the Nobel Prize for
ne, He deals with Jewish
lists, physiologists, neurolo-
nd podiatrists. In fact, no
: human healing, no pha
designed to relieve suzer-
ain and the bodily and men-
1 mankind have been witli-
OUtStanding Jewish ex-
ponents in Germany. Dr. Rongy
nits out that some of the
mlnent names In American
i are those of German Jews,
and that the greatest benefactors
' 0( inian medical institutions
n lews Those notable ser-
ol German-Jewish doctors
for nothing in Germany to-
we believe that when man-
kind has forgotten the Nazis it will
Mill remember the invaluable con-
tribution of Jews to the advance-
ment of German medical science.
hatred oi intolerance and bigotry
Mr. Earle staU-d frankly that Ameri-
cans cannot co-operate sympatheti-
cally with a country where people
are persecuted on account of race
or religion. His humane and cha-
racteristically American attitude has
apparently .stirred up unea
mo in Austria but in this country
where one might expect such senti-
ments to be received with .satisfac-
tion. The State Department has-
tened to point out that Mr. Earle's
remarks .simply expressed his per-
sonal views and were not based on
any official Instructions. The New
York World-Telegram, a noted lib-
eral paper, objected to Mr. Eaiie's
Interference in the religious and ra-
cial affairs of Austria and contend-
ed that Iw had exceeded his au-
thority We are of the opinion thai
most Americans will regard Mr.
Carle's action as harmonious with
American traditions, even though
he may have overstepped the bo
of diplomatic formalities
CAN WE MAKE ROOM
FOR THE REFUGEES?
'Continued from page 1)
B'. publicly warning the people of
Austria that they can expect no
Empathy in America if they en-
courage anti-Semitism. United
States MinUter George H. Earle 3rd
"as done a courageous thing and
has revealed himself to be imbued
wlt" the traditional American
Jews and Russian
Recognition of the Soviet Union
by the United State- is an event that
will be hailed by American Jewry
with sincere joy. This not only be-
cause we will rejoice that the realiz-
ation of another progressive plank
ol the Roosevelt platform has been
added to the record of the stalwart
President of the United States, but
because there will be a more acces-
sible bridge between Russian and
American Jewry, the two greatest
Jewish communities in the world.
A normal relationship between the
two great republics, strengthened
by mutually advantageous business
relations, will bring us closer to our
Jewish brethren in the Soviet
Union. We have come to realize
more clearly with the past year that
the Soviet Union has given a splen-
did example to other governments
in the fight against anti-Semitism
The near future will bring a livelier
and more intimate contact between
the two countries and consequently
more and closer co-operation be-
tween the Jews of the Soviet Union
and the United States. More Ameri-
can Jews will see with their own
eyes the effect which Communism
has had on Jews and Judaism in
the new Russia. It will destroy
many legends and clarify the
some of the national quotas which i
were established were tixed on the
basis of fantastic Aryan theories i
rather than American principles.
The theory that only people of
Protestant extraction from the
north of Europe can absorb our
ideals and understand the spirit of
our institutions has suffered a rude ;
shock since the World War. Recent I
events in Europe have blasted this
theory along with a lot of others.
In spite of these events, however
some of our patriotic societies con-
tinue to entertain strange notions
of the exclusive uses which the Al- |
mighty intended that this conti-
o long hidden from the rest
of the world, should be put for the
In net it ot mankind.
Whatever may be our ideas as to
Immigration, we have before us now
a demand for asylum for a limited
number of German refugees which
we cannot ignore. Many of these
Germans are people of superior edu-
cation and meat ability who. if in- i
telligently distributed over the
country, will be an invaluable asset
to the communities In which they
settle. It is not unlikely that among
them will be found men like Carl
Schurz. one of our most distin-
guished statesmen, and Dr. Abra-
ham Jacobi. who was for so many
years at the head of the American
medical profession, both of whom
were driven over here from Ger-
many in 1848. It is to be assumed
also that adequate funds will be
provided by responsible groups and
societies to insure that these people
will not become public charges, and
that they will be given a proper
start in life here.
The test of neighborliness Is
made in time of want and trouble
We must uphold our traditions and
vindicate the principles on which
this nation was established by mak-
ing room here for our share of the
refugees from Germany. We shall
never regret it.
i By permission of the Outlook
Miss Fli/abeth .Shannon and MiSi
Thelmn Sunnier entertained la.-'
week at one of the most interesting
0i the bridal parlies hononr.
Minnie Cracowaner, who will wed
Irvm Salsburv in the near future
Guests called at the residence ol
shannon. COo S. Willow
at 8 o'clock. The decorating scheme
included chrysanthemums in vary-
ing shades of rust and yellow
small potted palms and tallies sug-
gestive ot Thanksgiving was used
for scoring the bridge games. Re-
treshments of oldfashioned plum
pudding and sauce and stuffed dain-
ties eaten during the games
followed the Thanksgiving motif.
Each guest presented Miss Craco-
waner with a gift and three bridge
prizes were awarded
The Merryfellows Club of the Y
M. H. A. are giving their second
annual dinner dance. Wednesday
evening. Nov. 29th. at the Forest
Hills Country Club. Sponsors for
the dance are the Misses Rasa
Freeman, Miss Paulyne Leibovitz.
A judge in many contests -ays
the smaller schools often produce
the better debaters. Teams from
barbers' colleges are found particu-
An Army officer's car was wTeck-
ed because his spur caught in the
accelerator. The process of motor-
izing the land forces will be slow
A bulletin of the Life Extension
Institute says "an apple a day does
not keep the doctor away." But
that upsets the rhythm.
The figure sometimes has a great
deal to do with making a thing bad
It isn't only that the sidewalk
loud speaker makes the remark
four times as loud, but that it
seems 40 times as vapid.
The man who makes proverbs
the sole rule of his life never has
to take antifat.
and Miss Lucille Rosenberg. Special
honor for the evening will
be Mis.- Minnie Cracowaner and Mr.
Irvin Salsburv. Admission will be
s:i ".(i per couple.
Continuing a round of pre-nup-
tial parties for Miss Minnie Craeo-
who will be married in the
future, Mis.- Sarah Hecht en-
..(I at a bridge party one
oon last week at her home.
2303 Morgan st. Pink roses were ar-
.! in the party rooms and cen-
tered 'he lace coered tea table.
After several progressions ol bridge
prizes were awarded for high
and the lucky cut. and Mis- Craco-
waner was pre.- : .:t. A salad
course was served at the tea hour.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph
Sholom Temple, will be held in the
auditorium of the Temple Thurs-
day, Dec. 7th. at 3 p m.
Miss Lee Rabinovich has gone to
New York City where she will be
connected with one of the leading
The minor poets' demand on the
NRA for a S100 a week minimum
would not. of course, apply to ad-
vanced song writers, able to rhyme
"breeze" and "trees."
Next to making mistakes the
easiest thing in the world is to
criticize the mistakes of others.
An actuary finds that people
over 35 have the fewest automobile
accidents. As the American family
is organized, they also have the
One married man says that the
jaws of death are not to be com-
pared with the "jaw" of life.
In a year or so a citizen could
pick up a lot of sleep in Germany
by not sitting up for election re-
Say nothing ill of the dead, as
the movies will take care of it hand-
ily in an historical film.
Trouble seems to be a patriotic
affliction. It makes the eyes red,
the hair white and the feelings
The trouble with some men Is
that they work too hard trying to
get things they don't need and
never ought to want.
The first duty of a man is to do
his duty first.
Much personal enjoyment results
from kind and charitable acts.
Maybe the naturalists can tell us
whether a wolf long accustomed to
steps can again become acclimated a girl t0 marry and then falls to
It's a mean bachelor who advises
to the wilds.
Now that the whole lineup of
comics Is back on the air for the
winter, a Maine manufacturer re-
ports an order for 15.00 pairs of
Marriage is a business failure
when a man puts his property in
his wife's name.
A New York judge charged a
jury for nine hours." Guilty.
Bang! goes another illusion. We've
Just read that Mae West pads.
We might call the rouge marks
she leaves on his face, "a woman's
stamp of approval."
A man recently sought divorce
because his wife refused to talk to
him. Some men haven't sense
enough to leave well enough alone.
Sue: What do you say to a tramp
in the park?
Dolly: Oh. I never speak to the
Nervous Suitor: Sir. erthat Is,
I would like toerthat is. I mean
I have been going with your daugh-
ter for five years
Father: Well, whaddye wanta
This thing of having a farm
strike leader with the -ame name
as Nevada's famous divorce center
is mixing up the battle headline-
THE FOREHEAD IS AN
Almost indispensable, you might
say. Even a slanting one is better
than no forehead at all.
Over 11.000,000 herrings were
landed by the herring fleet operat-
ing at Yarmouth on Saturday. It
all those 11 million herrings were
placed end to endor even side by
sidewe'd still be inclined to order
something else, even for Shalosh
The situation to the south has
everyone so uneasy, an Administre-
ader was terday look-
ing over a Havana cigar for the
An underwear made of paper is
ready for the market. Now for the
house-to-house agent af-
ter regular subscriptions.
There seems nothing for Tam-
many to do now but put on a big
black hat and a foriegn accent and
plead for White House recognition
According to a world money ex-
pert, if some one now could trans-
mute a baser metal into gold it
would throw all this present chaos
A mountaineer lad from Kentucky
who Joined the Marines without
ever having seen an army rifle
hung up a new record for consecu-
tive hits on the rifle range He ex-
plained it to the major this way:
Every morning for years Pa's
been handin' me the old muzzle
loader with a charge of powder and
just one bullet. And he sez. 'Here
boy, go git breakfast." So you see.
I ain't used to missing much."
Anyone knowing of some peace
will confer a favor by writing the
Nobel Prize committee, which has
had to withhold this year's award.
A windmill was stolen near
Omaha. Neb. This is a correction
of a previous flash that a politician
had been abducted.
The society of ladies is a school
of politeness for men.
Gas meters register, but they
aren't allowed to vote.
A Georgia alienist, after years ol
experience, says comparatively few
people suffer from egotism. On the
contrary, it's a pleasure.
If a man Is wedded to art he Is As Cuban markmanship improves
apt to find the dowry unsatisfac- j they can gradually build smaller
tory. | hotels in Havana.
THE JEWISH FLORID IAN
Friday, December 1, 1933
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+ Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI %
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+ Vol. III. SINDAY, XOVKMBER 26. 1933 No. 11 |
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"A Contract With God"
Scripture ReadiiiK. Genesis. Chapter XXVIII. verses 10-22. inclu-iv.'.
I wonder how many of those who read the Bible ever stop to criti-
cize the acts of leading characters and to ponder on the recorded ex-
periences of the Biblical ancestors of the human race. In the scripture
reading today, the opening portion of the weekly section read in the
synagogues yesterday, we meet with Jacob's reaction to his dream of the
ladder and to the promise made to him by God. Jacob's awakening
thoughts, Ins awe of the place, his consideration of the location as "the
house of God" and the gate of heaven" are natural. We may expect
that. Bui. hi.- contract with God. somehow, spoils the picture. After
God's promise "And. behold. I am with thee, and will keep thee in all
places whither thou goest, and will brine thee again into this land; for
I will not leave thee, until I have done that which I have spoken to thee
ol";alter such an assurance by God. Jacob makes a vow that if God
will give him bread to eat and raiment to put on. then shall the Lord be
his Ood. Such a bilateral contract is petty. Of Jacob we had a right to
expect more faith.
It is true that the Midra-shic sages and subsequent rabbinic com-
mentators have sought to explain the esoteric meaning of the vow. In a
measure, for the homiletical student, the explanations are of value. For
the average reader of the Torah. one unfamiliar with the Hebrew words
used and the terminology of Divine attributes as revealed in the differ-
ent Hebraic names of the Deity, the explanations sound weak attempts
at rationalizing. The fact remains that Jacob made a contract, a sort of
a deal with God.a quid pro quo.a "this for that":if you give me
this I'll give you that. There are no two ways about it. The Scriptural
language cannot be gainsaid. Jacob makes a trade with God.
Yes. I know My words sound harsh. I may be accused of speaking
disparagingly of one of the Patriarchs. I repeat only that the Torah re-
cords of the incident. And. it is worthy of consideration. The Bible re-
veals man as he is.his virtues and his vices, his good qualities and his
shortcomings. Evidence of this fact may be found on every page in the
Tell me. please, what is your relationship with God? What do you
expect of Him? And. what have you to offer, in return for His bounties?
In the final analysis, you want your daily sustenance, food and raiment.
You want the good health necessary to be able to earn your living and
to enjoy life. All over and above that is superfluous. When you receive
these gifts from God you acknowledge His supremacy and His sovereign-
ty. Those who find it difficult to obtain food and raiment grumble and
complain. When you find a person who expresses displeasure with the
way in which God runs the universe, you may be certain that the com-
plainant lacks something.something with which he expects God to
furnish him. Failure in receiving the expected bounty arouses a doubt in
the mind of the individual as to the very existence of a Dity. But. the
person who constantly thanks God and worships Him gives evidence of
bem_' satisfied with his lot in life. Apparently, his wants are supplied.
The food and the raiment are furnished him.
Be honest with yourself. God means no more to you than an able
executive who administers the affairs so that you are not in want. When
you have just cause lor a grievance your faith in God wavers. But. the
matter coes further than that. I stated that the contract was bi- '
lateral, that is. it Is two sided; both parties to the agreement have func-
tions to perform. When God furnishes you with the food and the rai-
ment. He has fulfilled His part of the Contract. How about you and
your end of the deal? Would you train your child to be a parasite?
Would you have him acquire the habit of accepting gratitudes without
making an effort at compensating the benefactor? If you do. you are
breeding criminals. Man. from childhood. must learn to pay his way
through life. A child must acquire the habit of earning his spending-
money. When he neglects his duties you cut off his allowance. That
phase of life you understand. But. what of it on the broader scale? Are
you content to let the Universal Father cut off your allowance of food
and raiment because you fail to merit these essentials t oexistence upon
earth? God does not need your vows, your prayers, your ablutions, your
worship. He does not even need your tithes. There Is nothing you can
give God. There is no direct way in which you could give Him anything,
were there anything that you wanted to give Him or that He wanted of
My words make you self-satisfied. That's Just to your taste. God
wants nothing. You can give Him Nothing. Therefore, you make no at-
tempt at giving tithes. And. begging your pardon, that's where you make
the mistake. For Himself, God wants nothing from you; but, there is
much that Is expected of you for your fellowmen. In service to Mankind
you can tender your portion of the contract to God. The field is un-
limited. Willing hands are scarce. True hearts are rare. It may be that
you are the tool, the instrument, by which God chooses to furnish food
and raiment to another. Failing to do that, you place God in the posi-
tion of having defaulted on His contract. The ways of God are hidden
from us. The man or woman whose plea for help you turned down only
yesterday, may now be complaining to God that He has failed to furnish
food and raiment. God Is innocent of guilt. He provided you with a sur-
plus that you should, when the time came, distribute his bounty to an-
other human being.and you have failed Him. That was your tithe. If
you have proved yourself unworthy of the trust, can you blame Him for
reducing your allottment?
There are organizations and institutions that render a service to the
community. They count on you for support. That's part of your con-
tract with God. It isn't wise to default. Consider the surplus given you.
It must serve a purpose other than to afford you an opportunity to dis-
play wealth. Religious institutions serve the community through their
Bucharest.Premier Ian G. Duca.
who has succeeded in forming a
purely Liberal cabinet, has an-
nounced his intention of suppress-
ing the Anti-Semitic League of
Professor Cuza and its ally, the
Iron Guard, both of which have
been responsible for recent anti-
Jewish outrages. He has already
suppressed the Calendarul, organ
of the Roumanian Nazis. It has been
revealed that M. Goga. leader of
the Roumanian Nazis, was barred
from the new cabinet because he
refused to break off his relations
with Hitler and to discontinue his
moral instruction and through the solace and inspiration they afford the
human beings who crave it. It is part of your duty to support those in-
Jacob's contract with God was a natural reaction. Not even the most
pious individual will remain true to his faith when the bare necessities
of life are denied him. It is difficult to express gratitude for suffering
and want. And. the selfish individual, the parasite, will not long retain
in.- .surplus. If it is not tithed, it will be taken from him. Live up to your
contract with God.
Your RELATIVES and FRIENDS in the SOVIET UNION
will appreciate a gift sent them through TORGSIN
to purchase domestic or imported articles, AT
PRICES DRASTICALLY REDCCED. Your local
bank or authorized agent will give you the neces-
sary information or accept your TORGSIN orders.
Here are some of the prices:
Flour, 6 kopsks; kasha, 14 kp.; sugar, 40
kp. a kilo. (2 1 g Amarlcan Lb.)i Pair
of Man'a shoss, S.7t Rbl.i Ladlaa' ahaas.
3.70 Rbl.; Man'a rubbara, 1.7* Rbl.i
Ladiea' rubbara, 90 kp.; Man'a aulta.
7.50 Rbl.i Ladlaa' aulta. 7*0 Rubla;
Sneakers. 40 kp.; Snap, 3 kp. a place:
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By leaving the refunds with the Society to accumulate at I
the rate of interest earned by The Maccabees.
Rate the first year, age 35, $12.10.
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Friday. December 1. 1933
Rabbi s. m. Machtei officiating.
THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN
PLAYIXG AT III!
I IVOI I III' ,\ 1 /
The breakfasts which have been
to the members of the Bar
Mii/v.i Boys Breakfast Club at
Beth David Congregation on Sun-
day mornings following the ser-
ricet have been in charge of a
committee headed by Mrs. J. Eng-
ler, chairman who is being assisted
by Mesdames Louis Hayman. L.
Levins and H. Oliphant. Donors of
breakfasts recently have been Mes-
dames Al Quadow and Jos. M. Pine;
Mrs. Li wla Brown and H. H. Farr;
Mr and Mrs. H. Mechlowitz; Mr.
and Mr.- M. J. Kopelowitz; Mr. and
lira, I.. Levens and Mr. and Mrs.
A! a -pecial metting of Beth
David Sisterhood held last Tue.s-
\Ii.s. Morris Dublcr pre.
Fidlng. M- Meyer Schwartz was
unanimously elected president to The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Mi in- unexpired term of Mrs. Congregation is planning a mem-
Brown, resigned. Mrs. b rship campaign simultaneously
rtz is also president of the wjth a drive for pupils for it.- Tal-
Ladiea Auxiliary of the Jewish Wei- ,mid Torah and 8unday M.n00i.
Bureau and an active com- Educational Week" will be ob-
munal worker of thLs area. served shortly and an effort will
Mrs. I.sador Fine will be chairman be made to have a series of meet-
committee sponsoring a card mu.s a< which a number of promi-
party for the benefit of Beth David enl out of town speakers will give
next Monday night at ,|. history and development of
the Talmud Torah. Prizes will be Jewish education and the necessity
awarded for high scores and re- for education of not onl.
ments will be served. On Sun- (.),nd but lnp adu|t as we]] ,llons,
day evening. December 10th. the Jewish lines. Full details and the
hood is sponsoring a Chanuka names of the committee to direct
The sewing circle of the Senior
Hadassah held an all day session at
the home of Mrs. Julias Simpson
last Monday with Mrs. Samuel
Katz chairman of the infant wel-
fare committee in charge. Luncheon
was served by Mrs. Simpson who
was hostess to the group and a
very enjoyable day was spent
Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a
Sabbath tea Saturday afternoon.
Dncinber 2nd. at the home ol \i:
Maurice Rubin. 1678 S. W. 11th m
at 2:30 p. m.. when "Three C
by Shoiem A.sch will be reviewed
Members of Hadassah and their
friends are invited to attend.
dinner at the Talmud Torah with
Mrs J. Engler as chairman of the
; at illations are being re-
lived, by Dr. and Mrs. Max Pep-
per on the birth of a baby boy at
' Victoria Hospital last Sunday
The Bn.s will be performed at the
hospital next Sunday morning with
the work will be published in an
Red and green lights now regu-
late the length of speeches m the
Danish rigsdag At the amber sig-
nal, the orator will say "And now
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will speak
or. What is The Doctrine of Athe-
l.-nr.'" at the Friday evening ser-
vlces held at Congregation Bnai
Israel. 921 9th St. No. at 8 o'clock.
Saturday morning services com-
mence at 9 o'clock
Sunday School every Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Hebrew School daily from 4 to
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety held then installation of of-
ficers mi Thursday evening, Nov.
23rd. with luncheon at the home of
Mrs. H. M. Jacobs. 1234 10th Ave.
So. Rabbi A S Kleinfeld was the
guesl and gave a stirring address
and installed the following offic-
. it.-' Mrs M Benjamin, president;
.Mrs H M. Jacobs, vice-president:
Mrs Dora Goldberg, treasurer, and
Mr.- Stella Goldberg, secretary.
During a short business meeting
Monday evening, members of the
Judaic Council completed plans for
their cafeteria supper to be held at
the Congregation, 921 9th St. No.
on Sunday evening. Dec. 3rd. The
supper will be followed by a card
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld was invited
to Lakeland. Fla.. this coming Sun-
day evening, and will address the
newly formed Congregation called
the Jewish Alliance.
A Chanuka pageant is being pre-
' pared by Congregation Bnai Israel.
assisted by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld.
wherein all the children associated
with the Congregation, will take
part, and same will be held on
Sunday evening. Dec. 17th. at the
A dinner and dance is being plan-
ned for New Year's Eve, by the so-
cial committee of Congregation
Bnai Israel, same Will be an elabor-
ate affair, and many reservations
are being made. A very large crowd
One of radio's noted comics is to
talk over an actors' code with the
White House. A vigorous pica |
expected against firin gagt that
are over 40.
Show* r.. IS and I):DO P. M.
Sunday 20c till f.:30 P. M.
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IN ME MORI AM
At a special meeting of the
Miami Chapter of Junior Ha-
d.i-sah held Sunday. Novem-
ber 26th, the following resolu-
tions were unanimously adopt-
Whereas Almighty God in
tin- exercise of His divine
judgment has seen fit to take
from our midst EVELYN
SOLEN, an active member
and officer of this organiza-
And whereas the said Eve-
lyn Snlcn was beloved by all
fr her devotion to the cause
Ol Hadassah. her generosity.
kindliness, courtesy and hon-
I'.i it therefore resolved that
the -iiicerest sympathy of
his organisation, its officers
and members is extended to
lie parents, brother and sis-
111 nid the family of the de-
Be it further resolved that
' public memorial meeting he
h'ld i the City of Miami on
Monday, December 4th at
Mcb public tribute to her
memory be paid.
Be it fur'her resolved that
a copy of these resolutions be
sPread upon the minutes of
the organization as a perma-
nent tribute to her memory, a
(0P.v forwarded to her parrots
and relatives, and a ropy pub-
"hed in the press.
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In adopting the policy of supply-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. December 1, 1933
Mrs. Adolph Samuels, who for the
past three weeks has been the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Samuels, left
Sunday for Brunswick. Georgia.
Among those who spent the week-
end in Gainesville were Miss Ruth
Esther Rosen. Miss Ruth Wolly.
Miss Evelyn Meiten. Miss Elaine
Klcpper. Miss Ethel Sigal. Miss Hil-
da Caplin. Joe Witten.stein. Mr. and
Mrs. Solon Klepper. Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Rosen, and Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mr. Ben Arstein has returned to
his .home from the Florida Sani-
Mrs. Leon Shapiro returned Mon-
day from an extended visit In
Miss Dolly Safer spent Thanks-
giving in Jacksonville.
A well attended meeting of the
Congreuation Beth El was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Solon
Klcpper on Monday evening. Plans
were diseased concerning various
activities to lake place durinu the
winter A social hour followed tin
A benefit card party and dance,
sponsored by the Congregation
Ohev Sholem. was held last night
in the newly redecorated vestry
rooms of the Synagog. The affair
was a very huge success and those
present spent a very pleasant even-
Mrs. R. Cohen has returned to Or-
lando to spend the winter .
Nazis Threaten I'. S. Envoy
Austria for Warning on
National Chairman Junior Division
Joint Distribution Committee
Washington, Nov. 29.In an ef-
fort to secure for the fourth Flor-
ida district, its just share of pub-
lic works funds. Rep. J. Mark Wil-
cox proposed prior to his departure
this week, that henceforth public
works appropriations be authorized
only for definite purposes.
The plan advanced by Rep. Wil-
cox calls for the additional appro-
priation of SI.700.000.000 at the next
term of congress. Tins amount here-
tofore, according to current reports,
has been favored by party leaders.
including President Roosevelt, and
it is understood that a new public
works bill will be introduced nam-
ing some such amount.
The restrictions on this appro-
priation which Rep. Wilcox has
proposed would allow $500,000,000
to be expended by the public works
administration. providing that
slate.-- not allotted their proportion-
ate share of the present program
should be favored in the new allot-
ments In this way Rep. Wilcox be-
lieves Uie injustices now apparent
could be rectified.
The remaining SI.200.000.000 then
could be appropriated by congress
its.ll for definite projects named in
the new bill itself. These projects
also would carry the specific
amounts to be spent on each, as
have all general appropriation bills
in the past.
Congressmen from other parts ol
the country where public works
funds have not been equitably dis-
tributed are expected to join Rep
Wilcox next term in an effort to
incorporate the proposal in the new
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letters from anti-Semites threaten-
ing bodily harm and even death
have been received by George H.
Earle. 3rd. United States Minister
to to Austria, since he issued a friendly
warning that Austria would lose
American sympathy if it adopted a
policy of anti-Semitism. Mr. Earle
has completely ignored the warn-
ings but the government has taken
special precautions to guard him
from passible injury.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. wii;
preach over WIOD at ten o'clock
on Sunday morning on 'Murder
For The Glory of God." In addition
to the sermon there will be pray-
ers, hymns, scripture reading, and
a question box.
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