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The Jewish Floridian ( December 8, 1933 )

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^Jewish flcridiiarf Vol. 6. No. 48 FLORIDA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY. DECEMBER 8. 1933 Jewish News Around The World Throng Attends Price Five Cents Memorial Service {Announcements, j Synagog Tenders Labor Shortage 11, > Envoy to Aid Austrian Trade H Government Sham AntiSemitism One ol the mosl Impressive i held recently was the memorli vices sponsored by thi Miami "'' %  "' Junior Hadassah last Monnight at the Miami Ji ogue, honoi ii.i< "buy Austrian" memory ol the laic Evelyn Solen, "nvc member an.,! offici r ol the nlzation who tnel a tragic death in an auto accident recently Miss Bede Ooldenblank pi. and briefly told of the desli Junior Hadassah to pay their respects id the deceased She IntroManifesting greal Interest (i '"' < l Ruth Dubbin who made the m tlw situation ol Austrian Jewry, "i"'"" 1 prayei Mn Sol Rotford Mr. Earle lia.s gone out of his way i"'' M(l '' nl '" the organization spoke to befriend the Jews. His recenl '""' '" l(l "' 10 work the deto President Masaryk in ceased : "" 1 concluded with a readovakia, who is a noted foe '""' M, lll( "'ai resolutloi : Hitlerism. ha-s given rise '<> a will bo organized in the i States by George H. Earle, 3rd. American minister, it .\ hi recenl warning agalnsl anti-Semitism, the American dlplo% %  • DO] ted to have said in an in; >rview lie had with chancellor rumor that Mr. Earle is actll official instructions, despite hiap' disdain lor diplomatic prents, 10,896 PolUh Jews Went to Palestine Sinse January 1st Warsaw A total ol 10.890 Polish Jews have emigrated to Palestine Fanuary l. 1933. according to reports in the Yiddish press. Says Farm Immigration is Canada's Greatest Need Montreal.—"Restricted immigration" of agricultural Immigrants who would take up a substantial portion of the 30.000.000 acres of land now available for new farms In the prairie provinces of Canada u advocated by E. w. Beatty, lent of the Canadian Paula Mr. Beatty declared that "no good reason exists for not wela suitable type of individual or family with their own capital, or with proper financial backing from is. This type of immigrant is : the mast urgent needs of the Dominion." ed by the organization recently. All i"se as Cantor Louis Hayman of Beth Jacob Congregation Intoned 'he memorial prayer. Eulogies were Mien delivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation, and by Rabbi Julius Washer ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Cantor Boris Schlachman ol Beth Jacob Congregation then chanted an appropriate psalm which was followed by the recitation of (Caddish by the father of the ded Mr. C'has Jamison. The prayer was given by Lena Weinkle a past president of the organization. An announcement by Rabbi Shapiro was made thai the members ol the Junior Hadassah would visit the grave of the deceased linn' nines yearly in emulation of Uie custom prevalent in Palestine. A tree in memory oi the deceased will be planted in Palestine by the Junior Chapter of Hadassah and by the members of the Sunday School class of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation which Mrs. Solen taught during the past year. A lame number ol friends Ol the deceased were present. I Formal Banquet Hurts Palestine CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) ...V.'.. W "* hin ""' n **•" Mi ml '<* DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Around beautiful tables decorated with garlands of bougainvillea and polnsettlas, and with silver candelabra containing tall colored candles as the centerpiece al the main 'able i members and friends ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Contlon gathered lasi Sunday nighl at the Synagogue to witness Boris schlachman o he conere.< ,• %  „ '"-" the formal installation of the officers and directors of the congregation. The banquet was opened by the chairman Mr II M. Drevich Early .services begin at 5:30 with the late services at 8:15 when the Rabbi will preach a sermon on Seeking One's Brethren." Thi i vices will be chanted by Cantor gatlon. Saturday morning services begin al 8:30 with the Rabbi preachthe mi: a sermon In Yiddish on Biblical portion Of the week. Jerry Levin, the son of Mr. and Mrs. A Levin of Miami Beach, will be "Bar Mitzva." He will recite the Haftoro and speak briefly In English, lollownv.! which he will be addressed by the Rabbi, and presented with a "Bar Mitzva" certificate by the president of the congregation. The parents will be hosts to the worshippers at a reception m the synagogue immediately after the services. Sunday morning the Rabbi will continue his sehries of sermonettes i" the children of the Sunday school on another phase of "Sabbath." During the season there will be a number of prominent guest speakers who will occupy the pulpit. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox! IMS S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Rabbis Plan Lithuania Enacts Anti-Semitic Legislation The usual early services begin al 5:30 with the first of the late Friday night services beginillg at 8:30 when Rabbi Washer will preach a sermon on "Speaking Peaceably With One's Brother." There will be congregational singing and chanting of special numbers by children of the Talmud Torah with the recitlng of Kiddush by Oscar Rappaport Following the services the Ladies Auxiliary will serve refreshments. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha services begin at 5 p. m. followed by the Shalosh Saudah. with Nathan Adelman as the host. K .'.no—Under the Influence ol ination the Lithuanian goviit has enacted three pieces slation of a marked antiA meeting of Miami's Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis was held la.-' night The usual Friday evening services at the home of Rabbi | begin at 5:30 with the late services 8emltlc nature and is considering a j u Uus Washer when plans for the at 8 p. m. when Rabbi Max Shapiro fourth which would menace the enFlorida statewide conference of Orwill preach a sermon on The 'inJewish economic structure. The new laws provides for a numerous clausus against all pracJewish doctors and lawyers. a numerous clausus for Jewish stum Hie juridical faculty of Kovno University, and the obligatory use of the Lithuman laoguagl '' %  wish high schools. The government is now considering a law Wire all merchants and ped'" pa.ss an examination beetting license for the Jews. Turkish Iniversities Take 18 German Jewish Professors nbul.—Eighteen more German Jewish professors exiled by the Nazi regime have been given posltions in Turkish universities. I he traditional hymns. The Junior Congregation meets Saturday at 10:30 and the Bar Mitzva Boy's Breakfast Club at 8 o'clock Sunday morning. thoclox and Conservative Rabbis World's Unrest-Has Civilization and laymen were discussed AccordReached Maturity?" Cantor Louis ing to plans the conference will be held in Miami and Miami I during January. Rabbis of the entire state are expected to attend and address the conference on important problems of the day. Laymen representative of every Orthodox and Conservative congregation m tile State are expected to attend and formulate plans lor the betterment of conditions and for the promotion of a stronger bond of friendship between Jews throughout the state. Prominent lay and Rabbinical speakers out of the state will be invited to attend. Full details and announcement of the date of the conference will appear in our next issue. who Introduced the toastmaster and with an invocation by Rabbi Julius Washer and was followed by the blessing recited by the oldest member of the congregation Mr. Abram Jacobs of Atlanta and Miami. Guests of honor were Rabbi Julias Washer. Mr. A. Jacobs of Atlanta and Miami, and Mr. Moe Harris of NewYork. During the evening addl were made by H. M. Drevich. Philip Berkowitz. Mrs. Julius Simpson. Mrs. Lena Simon. Louis Vangilder of West Palm Beach one of the founders of the Congregation and its first secretary, Sadye G. Rose executive secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Moe Harris of New York an active supporter of the Congregation during his winter) slay in Miami. M. Scheinbaum of Jacksonville. Fla.. Max Rappaport. Harry Seitlin. and A. Jacobs. The principal address of the evening was a fervid address by Rabbi Washer who urged the congregation on to further activities In the cause oi Judaism. The officers were formally installed by the toastmaster J. Louis Shochet and a response and report of activities of the Congregation was given in the concluding address by Mr. Milton Weiner president of the congregation. In the program that was presented during the evening Harry Rose was heard in two excellent declamations, Joseph Greenberg in a well received Jewish reading and in an exceptionally well presented recitation, A Safir in a number of violin selections, Phillip Berkowitz in two vocal selections of Yiddish folk songs, and "Abraham" the singing waiter in a monologue and impersonation of a "Chazon." Quite a large sum was realized for the Talmud Torah fund of the congregation. The committee who received an ovation during the evening for the splendid manner in which the banquet and installation was arranged consisted of H. M. Drevichfi chairman Max Mintzer. Hayman and the choir will chant and Max Rappaport. Mrs. Milton State Meeting BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conwervtle> 119 N. W. Third Avtnui MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 111 N. It Nineteenth Street OR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Services begin at 8:15 Friday evening. The Rabbi's subject will be 'Only A Determined Ethical Christianity Can Save Europe from Suicide and America From Ruin." Religious school each Sunday from ten to twelve. Confirmation Class at nine o'clock. Weiner chairman of the committee representing the Ladies Auxiliary assisted by Mrs Nathan Blumberg. Mrs. J. Louis Shochet and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. The banquet was catered by the well known A. Rosenthal. SOCIAL SET TO MEET The Miami Beach Jewish Social Set will hold a meeting at the Nemo Hotel Miami Beach on Tuesday evening, December 12th. beginning at 8 o'clock. Plans for the opening dance on Thursday. December 14th, at the Miami Beach Country Club will be announced. In the midst of a world-wide depression. Palestine is enjoying a phenomenal prosperity reflected In an expanded foreign trade, a government surplus and an acute shortage of labor. These amazing i.K's are presented In the Palestine Economic News, a bulletin Issui d bj the American Economic Committee for Palestine. The Committei Is di voted to the ei. ,enl ol private initiative and the promotion of the economic development of Palestine. Judge Julian W. Mack Is Honorary President and Israel B. Brodie Ls President of the Committee. The current survey is prefaced with a statement by Dr. Paul P. Gourrich. consultant economist to leading financial institutions in this country and a foremost authority on railroads, who terms the economic situation in Palestine "almost as miraculous as the nmacli .of the Exodus." In a world hai by staggering unemployment and unbalanced budgets. Palestine emerges as "the one bright ray of sunlight" and constitutes "a challenge to world economy— the proof that, when confronted with will power and determination, so-called economic laws and cycles become meaningless and fictitious." The bulletin contains Impn statistical tables on price movements, foreign trade, agricultural and industrial development, immigration, government finances, etc., reflecting the unique prosperity of this pioneer country. The excess of government receipts over expenditures for the five months' period ending August 31, 1933. amounts tc 432.272 as compared to a surplus of 190.978 for the same period a year ago. Imports during the three months of April. May and June 1933 amounted to 12.498.060 as compared to 11.660.526 in 1932. Exports of oranges for the same three months rose from 86.054 cases in 1932 to 137.728 cases in 1933. The number of Jewish industrial enterprises rose from 2.475 in 1929 to 3.132 in 1933. with a corresponding rise in invested capital from 12.235.000 to 14.630.000 and an increase in the number of employees and working from 10.968 to 16.870 persons. The greatly increased immigration is being immediately absorbed and Palestine has the unique distinction of suffering from an acute labor shortage which is causing anxiety to employers and planters. "In the cities." the bulletin states. "there are not enough building and factory workers, resulting in costly delay in erecting buildings for new enterprises and causing a scarcity of housing accommodations." This report cites the difficulty encountered by the Nesher Cement Works, of Haifa, in proceeding with its plan for a 150,000 expansion of its plant as an outstanding example of the labor shortage in Palestine. The bulletin contains also factual material on the marked improvement in the economic status of the Arab population as a result of Jew(Continued on page 3)



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLOR I D I AN Friday, December 8, 1933 SOCIETY ft? PLAYING AT THE TIVOL1 Till ATM. [*he Halcyon Grill. Miami's newest dining place, located in Its newly constructed building at if> N. E Second avenue, i-s now in operation, Henry F. Wyly. owner announces. The menu offers table d'hote dinners and a la carte service regularly, and hours of .service are from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Club breakfasts and regular luncheons will be a feature, A feature of the service Is a hostess employed to look after the comfort of guests. Waitresses In ;reeri and white uniforms serve Seating capacity for 150 Is provided. Tlie grill interior is finished In White, and screened windows extend along the side, opening on the Halcyon Hotel lawn, affording ampll daylight and ventilation. Two rows ol ceiling lights give evenlj spread illumination at night. There ire three entrances to the grill, two being from the Halcyon arcade on tin west, and the third door being N E. Second avenue The Halcyon Grill kitchen is open for inspection ol guests at all times. Mr Wyly said Muss Isle Semlnole Indian village, N. W 81xti 1 nth treel and iwenty-fifth avenue, has been Itnd during the summer months and is prepared to entertain winter +— I Veranda Grille •: vv. Flailcr strut (nt nth Ave.l Delirious Home looked Meals LUNCHEON—30 CENTS DINNER—50 CENTS + SAVE SAVE t LEANING Suit 26c Dro ..... PRESSING ISc %  •! %  • %  Dp Your t.nrmrnt< Are Handled Only H> BlDtrtl Here SUNSHINE CLEANERS lln-llj V \A l-th A*enur visitors. John A. Campbell, owner reports. A new feature Is the fruit juice fountain where drinks made oi several fruit Juices combined are served. Additional curios have been added to the museum and new specimens of Florida wild life to tin zoo. one of the features at Musa Isle is the alligator and crocodile farm, one ol the largest collection ol the am urns m the United States, With 125 large and several hundred baby alligators on exhibit in their pools Alligator wrestling and the weekly feedings attract attention. In the zoo are deer bear, snakes, raccoons, monkeys, birds and other specimens Of Florida swamp life The museum. 111 charge of B. O. CrichlOW, curator presents many -tutted and mounted buds animals and fish. The souvenir shop, at the entrance, offers a variety ol the handiwork of the Semlnole men and women, including miniature and tullIze bows and arrow.-, .-tutted small alligators, beaded ix'it-. carved anot !> ki' Semlnole dresses and ornamental novi Itli 1 In the village are open thatchedroof huts, where the 25 to 50 nole men. women and hildren liv< in their primitive manner. William Karket, manager ol operations at Musa Isle, -.nil there wen two deaths and fourth birth.in tin %  during thi pa I 1 he trust ol Beth Jai il itlon, Miami Beach are spona Chanuka dinner on Sunvening, December 17th, begin 1 nmi: at T p. m. at the Sea Breeze Hotel Miami Beach tor thi Talmud Torah fund. A very %  laborate program ill be presented for the entertainment ol the The Hebrew Friendly Inn entertained a number ol its patrons and nds at a dinner in the home at which a sum ol money was raised for the Institution. Baron de Hnsch Mi yer pre idem ol the institution spoke briefly as did Rabbi Max T 0 R G SIN i n S0VIET RUSSIA A \r %  • ^* %  # %  !" Then, ar* Tori-sin storein over enters enable your relatives in Soviet Kus-ia to purchase all -orts of domestic or imported artteles at low prices. DI Ti r tain apply in your l.;i fit. I "• I I • I 1 r thi'ir lutl %  • \ niuk'amali'd Hank N. T. Vni-lii-rutra Transport Corp. \nu-n,,m Expraai < • %  t.-lv ma\m,-rn a I.in,-. Ilia-. %  car, Biro-BMJan, Corp. Maniifa, lunrl'ru-1 < I'ulili. Nat'l Hank \ Tru-t Co. ii. 1 \. CoRimiinicallona, Inr. L'nlon Toara, In,-. World Imiri-i-. Inr. IIIKI-MI Co. Sat'l Bank, Rayonna. N. J. 'id. PcnnayKai Phlla. I 11,,111 -a. n Bat.' I''l l-hurah. \„ .,1 amalcd I rui I ,'. > ina Hank. I Ii.. There are Torgsin stores in over 1.111)11 localities. Torgsin orders may be sent to anyone, in any quantity. To cities that have lie TORGSIN stores. Torgsin mails your order by parci 1 post PRICES REDUCED ABOUT OUGSIN .GENERAL OEPDESENTATIVE In U.S.A. 261 Fifth Avtno-(Nc; YorlcMV See the Primitive Everglades at OPEN DAILY m* IT Q A I O I Tf OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY 1V1 U O A 1 jLL and SUNDAY SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Laadarahlp CHIEF WILLIAM McKINLET 08 BOI \ \ w I ... nt> liflh Annul and Si.trrnlh s-r.-.l Go Waal on PLAOLER SI. t.i 2 7 Til AVK.. Turn North Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO ANT) MUSEUM Baa Cawboi Mill, a loai Baninola Indian. Wraatla thi* Alligator Indian Trading Post-11'andiwork for Sale TO GET THERE— TakiAny Por-HIrt Car or l)ri\r Waat on I l.ul.r and Nnrth on 27th \ %  -. t, 11. %  SALLY El LED? Shapiro. Cantor Boris Schlachman auctioned several iakewhich helped bring funds to the organization. The organization operates a home tor worthy Jewish transients at 452 S. W. 2nd street and is now in it.fourth year ol operation. Mr and Mrs John Meyer entertained the guests of the Madison Apartment.-. Miami lieach last week at a card party and entertainment during winch funds for the upkeep ol the Hebrew Friendly Inn was raised Prizes were awarded foi high -eon'.and delicious refreshments were served during the evening, Baron de Hirsch Meyer ami Rabbi Max Shapiro spoke briefly at a meeting Ol the Young Men's Hebrew Association last Wednesdaj night. At this meeting final plans tor the dance being sponsored by thi' organization at the Fleetwood Hotel the evening of Saturday, De, ember 16th -Sol Rotlort is el airman ot the committee ol arrangements, The tombstone to the memory ol the late Erhie Wemkle will be unveiled on Sunday afternoon, December 17th, with Rabbi Max .Shapiro ot Beth David Congregation Officiating Members ol the Younu MenHebrew Association will attend the ceremonies in a body Youni! Weinkle died suddenly while playing a basket ball nami 1 as a member ol the Young Men's lhbrew Association team last year Mr. Mm Hani.ot New York and Miami arrived here last week to spend several months at Miami Beach He returned to the United State recently alter spending several months in Europe and Palestine where he visited many plan ol inter 1 .1 %  Sunday .itteinoon the Bris it l he Infant son ol Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper was performed at the Victoria Hospital bv Rabbi S. M Machtel ol the Radio Synagog, In the pi> : a large number ol friend! and family. omen attended tin Sabbat h tl B nil bj Si nlor Hadassah, a' the home oi Mrs Morris Rubin la • ifti moon when a briel resumi nl book by Sholem JAsch "Tilt' Citii was Rabbi Juliu Wa %  I ol the Miami cation wall gw The diamond ball team ol thi member! ot tin Talmud Torah and .Sunday ... hool ot the Miami Jewl h Orthodox Congregation is practicing daily and will shortly begin a series with othi r tea Mt Hyman Jacobs ol Atlanta. (; a %  %  ol his sii ter, Mrs. parents for a short time. Another visitor was Mr. A. Jacobs of New York, another brother of Mrs. Clein. • • • Beth Jacob Sisterhood will present two plays Sunday afternoon, December nth. at the synagogue when the children oi the Sunday Wm. Clein ol this city last week when he armed here to visit his School and Talmud Torah will take pail m a program that will be presented. "By the Lights ol Chanuka and 'Their Own People" are the two plays m which I he children are being coached by Mrs. David I Rosenbloom, wife ol Beth Jacob's Rabbi. Poems and recitations will also be heard during the program Goodies will be presented to tin children by the Sisterhood. According to an announcement by the members ol the Servio Committee in charge ol the laU Friday night services at the Miami Jewish orthodox Congregation, a number ol prominent out ol town ipeakers will be heard during tin season, in addition, a number of the local Organizations Will be uiven an opportunity to learn ol tin' work of the respective organizations. Rabbi Julius Washer ol the Confutation will be in charge ol all the services. a a a Mr. and Mis Oscar Mayers entertained with a musicals ami reception at their home last Wednesday honoring Mana-Zucca, composer, who recently has returned from New York. Mi Mayers welcomed the honor guest and introduced those appearing on tin program The Mana-Zucca club colpurple and pink were accentuated m the decoration A COI '^: gladioli was presented to MaliaZucca. What promises to be one ol the outstanding entertainments oi the current season Is the Chanuka card party being sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at the Synagogue on Tuesday evening, December 12th. at 8 p. m. Prizes will be awarded lor high scons and to commemorate the chanuka spun the traditional "Chanuka Latkes" will be served in addition to "Heii.elach." MesdameMilton Wemei and Nat Blumberg will be the es The public is invited to attend. successful Marie Dressier and Polly Moi.m vehicle. "Prosperity." n f cast includes, besides the star Myrna Loy. Reginald Denny. Louise dOSBN Hale. C Aubrey Smith and Edward Arnold. • • Sisterhood ol Temple Israel met at Kaplan hall last Friday preceded by a board session at 1:30 p. m A program based on the Chanuka theme, "Rededlcatlon," was given. The program follows: The ancient Chanuka story, related by questions and answers: traditional Chanuka hymn, sung by Mrs. Herbert Feibclman. accompanied by Mrs. Anne Pastroff; a modern rededlcation, four minute speeches, "The Rededicalion of an Ancient Land." Mrs. Max Dobrin; "The Rededlcation of Our Government Mrs Tobias Simon: "The Red. dicatlon ol Youth." Miss Kitty Morris; "Thi' Rededicalion of Religion," Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan; "The Rededication of the Sisterhood." Mrs I M Weiiislein Refreshments were I d following the program • %  Mrs. Joe Zalis accompanied by her ons will return to the city the latter part of this week after having spent the summer visiting It lendand relatives in Baltimore AdultL'ni ( hildrrn I Or Hot Offka opt ns 0:30 p.m. Suntla. Evenings SOc 10-11— RAMON NOVABBO MYRNA LOY "THE BARBARIAN" + —4 NIGELEY Funeral I Iome l-'lii Wa-hiniMon Ac. Miami Urn li I'HONE 5-3355 —J Announced a.a rich combination ol laughs and romance. Ramon Novarro's latest M-O-M starring attraction. "The Barbarian." will be! shown Sunday and Monday at the 7th Avenue Theatre Tin picture was directed by Sam Wood, who produced the highly White Oak Leather %  Half Soles 35c| *LADIE8 HEELS 15oai I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP I 240 N. E. Nirjl Art. 0pp. Coitu Hold' I RF.MF.MHER — White Oak — Leather Will Wear Longer. I (live It a Test and Time Will Vi-..a/ SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Go. MM V IV. 7tli Ave. I Hill W. I'l..|rr SI. 73.1 V w. nth si. I'HONE I-SR12 151 st 2- sr HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN Lunchpoo ^Of* 40* 50** n An For Fresh Sea Poods STOP AT GAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES Mil. THE LOWEST Our 1-i-.li .11c the trcslicst — Caught by our own bo.its daily If it is Sea Fund, we have it at its verv best, and at attractively low prices. 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Friday. December 8, 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN |'l Hl.ISHF.D EVERT FRIDAY h> the %  RWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Bra 2S7:i Mia""'. Florida PlMMM 2-118.'; EDITORIAL OFFICES: (;l S. W. Ilth Avtnue Phone 2-1183 ~~JTLOUIS SHOCHET. Editor (HI II K. BHOCHET. I'irrulntinn Minim CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Mcond rlaaa matter July 4. %  -i... Poal Office i Miami, Florida, \.-l %  •( Mar.-L :(. 1ST'.' WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative -I IISI KII'TION -iv Manthi S 1.no ilni Vai S 2.no Vol. 6 — No. 48 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1933 TH E J EWISH FLORIDIAN because of the activities ol its JewWi pioneers, it i. s obvious that the Palestine admlnistraUon docs not really base i..s curtailmenl ol Jewl:,h inunlgration on the tacl the country's economic absorptive capacity has been exhausted. II |* now clear thai Jewish Immigration Page Three when it received the full manuscript it was discovered that the speeches %  %  %  not a complete statement and contained only utterances which Hitler wanted to have read in America, omitting particularly all reference to the treatment of the to Palestine J W8 The publtehera frank| y adrw.)~-tests--Arab majority winch wi Sr=rP-s, o,„e Arab,, „, thll 0llllm ldnblp Homeland, rhe hoodlum acti\ oi the Revl .. ,., THE GLOOM Pouring a gradually larger amount leagues apart—years would be to tremendous lend themselves to the Nazis as a %  propaganda agency which would be Ol some uood brand into it is a fine way to taper otl on the prohibition stuff. Ill with the stand of Houghton Mlfflln O m pany which published Hitler's auti x„,,";;,; : ;:' l ;,n """ i: %  ^3 -<>i !" .a ve Zionist leadership mui I comprowhen toned down for A %  „,,„ ,.,>„. Ron mania Wars On Anti-Semitism mi.se. Undei insist eminent keep faith with ol economic absorptive i..; Ihe same time it should hel] real additional economii tie tor the poor Arab pei i gan ol "onlj lor Jews" musl InWashington. -Dr. Joseph P. evitably lead to a i Ch amberlin. professor of public law which Jewish underl lumbia University tor the estine i an bi i arried out only under "An obviously Inebriated man entered a music store In a nearby city and. selecting a salesman, demanded to sec a piano. The floor manager, possibly an old-time bartender ol the higher type, called the salesman and whispered, 'Don't may pa without their meeting—friendship will bridge the oceans and contin< nt and i ternity. Friendship i.s synonymous with sincerity and loyalty. The man who .i Mend possesses both these fines) oi hum. ui qualltli i. Edward Everett Hale mea lira uccess m life by his abilltj to maki friends, real friends, toned down for American conent conditions u sumption. The John Day Compan; "* him any pianos he's had too BoQk '"'" Is to be congratulated ">"' 1 already." wh congratulated Chamberlln t> be V. s. Represents live on Refugee Governing Board The Mae West furore was a lifesaver, coming as it. did at a tlmi "hen well-meaning reformers had tried to remove the opulent curves from the pretzel t to buy an encyclopedia new thai your boy if goin tool." Prospect: "No. let him walk same as I did." i Ion ol British bayonets and machine guns. King Carol of Roumania has done the eau.se of world peace a nice by dismissing the government of Premier Vaida Voevod and enstrusting the reins of govnt to B Liberal cabinet headit; by Dr, Ina O. Duca. The domes'i policies of the Vaida Voevod ment had shown a marked tendency toward Fascism and its concomitant. anti-Semitism. The Kint: recognized thai the antii Itatlon not only menaced the .lews but the entire country and ted promptly and courageously In ousting a cabinet thai was bethe best interests of the That no mistake was made in calling on Dr. Duca to head the nmenl already evident. The liberal government has outlawed all Fascist, anti-Semitic and nary groups and has pledged ool out all agitation and propaganda directed against any of the population. Such a policy will not only strengthen the :.ian govi rnment at home The A.A.U. Hoycott The annual mei tin •: tin Amateur Athletic Union and the Atneriai Olympic A %  <• iai %  %  :. it clear that American athletii ficials are determined not to permil Germany to bar it.. Jewish atl from participating in the 1936 Olympil Games in Berlin even il it means an American boycott ol the Olympiad) rite Amateur Athletic Union frankly warned Germany that unless all restrictions against German athlete., were lilted the Union would refuse io certify ten yean has been appointed bv Pre Ident Roosevelt to represent •he United sta'.s on the goven .. oi tin. special committei named bv the League of Nation's to supervise the work of the League's high commls inner for German refugees, Dr. Chamberlln %  '.' adj died for Lausanm where High Commissioner MacDonald has convened the first mi eting ol the board for the end Ol this month. A government bulletin advises l< .''.ing II ave on the lawn to improve the grass We have never seen I one to Interfere with Nature in her infinite wisdom. A Holyoke > Mass. • fire chief pounded a piano In a burning home to calm the occupants. Have we been misjudging Nero all these years? is quite Ike: "Yamen's wrinkled." Miki ike: -And his clothes are wrinkled, Mike: "Siyn of don't care." Salim: "Do you always advise your neurasthenic patients to have a constant companion?" Doctor: Always. The companion subsequently becomes another neurasthenic patient." Roumania Outlaws All Anti-Semitic and Nazi Groups He: Why do women, as a rule. talk more than men do? She: I suppose it's because they have 'lie men to talk about. Nazis, the CUZIsts, the iron Guards and all other anti-Semitic and reactionary organizations in Roumania have been outlawed by the new Liberal enbiPatroling a floor for 43 days with a 115-pound baby in a walkathon would seem to be the ideal training for fatherhood. "Eliza." .said a friend of the family to the old colored washwoman, "have you seen Miss Edith's fiance.' "No, ma'am. It ain't been in the wash yet." Whatever else man has or has not, he must have friends. From American athletes tor the Olymnel Dr Ion Duca. While the childhood to childhood they are an pics The American Olympic ASM,, cabinet was takinu this step serious essential to his happiness. Without ciation, on the Insistence ol Brii disorders precipitated by the ami-i their companionship, he is ever Elmer Twiuhell is so certain that we are going to have what Mr. •Smith calls the baloney dollar that he has already taken a safety the International Olympic Coil tee, adopted a resolution eliminated the boycott threat and contend itself witli expressing the hope that Germany would lift restriction B alnst Jewish athlete.before the time cometo prepari and certify American athletes for the 1936 Olympic. General Sherill but will give it prestige abroad and 1 „ || d lhjs modification because he enhance it.s position among the power., who always look askance at a government that fusters medieval racial and religious programs. Palestine Immigration Policy •S|>eakers at the recent conference of the American Palestine llgn, which decided on a quota of S2.ooo.ooo to be devoted primarily as it.s share of the 110." fund for the settlement of German-Jewish refugees in Palestxpressed in somewhat guarded language the feeling that the curtailment of Jewish immigration Stine i~ throw net a dark over the Zionist work. The ill situation was empl DJ almost every Zionist, spoke.man Political observer., ol ..Mini de the fact that Zioni. poleadership is faced with a riOUS problem. The PalesVernmenl cannot ignore the "t the Arab population which '•being stirred up bv reckless andlsta. it realizes that the "l>( has come for a definite policy. Al the same time it appreciates the 'act. although it may not be willadmit, that at a time when I of the world is engulfed by lC depression Palestine i.s actually i n need of fresh manpowei hit that the A. A. U. resolution might encourage anti-Semitism in this country among the youth who would resent being barred from the Olympics because Of the Jew... Rl gardless of the action of the American Olympic Association it is believed that the original A. A. U resolution Is still effective and is in Itself sufficient to bar the majority of Americans from participating In %  he Olympic prom-am. independent of the A. o. A American athletic officials have acted in the best sportsmanship traditions which recognize neither race creed ii"i COloi II Germans remains stubborn the American team will ihe Olympic! it thej are held In Berlin. And it is even more likely Semites broke out in Bucharest Constanza, Vlad and Slbiu. In Constanza, the Cuzists staged a street battle with the police led by the police perfect. One Cu/ist was killed. In Vlad the Iron Guards seized the city hall. Orlando, Fla. Notes. Mr... Lou Wotty was hostess at a benefit supper held at her home on Sunday evening. The supper was well attended and Mrs. Wolly deserves special credit for her until'fOrts. • • • Miss Rebecca Berman has just returned from a short business trip New Vork. • • • Miss Hilda Caplin was hast. an. informal gathering held at her home on Tuesday evening. Bridge and dancing was enjoyed during ti vening and refreshments were d Among those invited were the Misses Tlioba Solomon. Ethel a.w that the games will he hi! ed ^^ ^^ Saf(ij ._ ,.,.,,,,,. ^ :i: other country unless Oer^ ^^ Bmnan many radically alters its attitude Mrs. Benny Cohen lelt Monday forPhiladelphla after spendlni eral weeks in Orlando. Two Publishers and Hitler The American reading public will hail with greal atl faction the action of the John Day Company in cancelling publication ol a scheduled volume "i speeches bv Adolf Hitler because it is too near stt Nazi propaganda. The John Day Company ha<> announced the book The business meeting was followed on ^ basts of incomplete copy but by a social hour. The regular bi-monthly meetinu of the B'nai B'rith. Lodge 1043. was held on Tuesday evening in the vestry roms of the synagog. The meetinu was devoted to the annual %  lection of officers. The names of the new officers will be announced at a later date. groping, groping tor that which will assauge his loneliness. The love of home folks will no' fill the place of friendship There must be friends with whom to share life's joys, both great and small. In times of grief and trouble, there must be at least one friend to whom the human heart may turn for sympathy and understanding. Fortunate, indeed, is he who i.s that friend. Life can offer him no greater tribute. He responds to the call, at whatever worldly cost to himself, and counts it not. Did he consider it "cost." he would not be worthy-and the tribute would not be offered. Understanding of the value of friendship grows with the years. It is older people who realize its full meaning. It is one of the compensations of old age. ther nine nor distance counts n friends. They may live Nothing depresses a Florida winter resort man as much as the news that the situation in Cuba is getting worse. A Chicago judge advocates show ing motion picture., ol executions to criminals to "prevent first offenders lrom becoming repeaters." The San Jose kidnapers, also, would have warmly favored this procedure in preference to the one that was used. Palestine Prosperity Hindered Hindered By Labor Shortage 'Continued from page 1) Dr. So and So. a celebrity, was putting on his shoes one morning. F. C. relates, and required assistance. Having neglected his grapefruit diet, the worthy Doctor has grown prodigously in a horizontal direction, and, as the saying is, carries all before him." A prolonged effort to reach his shoe laces having resulted in tailure, he called his wife. She tied the laces for him but remarked spicily. "What you need is a valet." "A valley — a valley? You're right," he ie.ponded. "I need a valley where my mountain I The successful borrower %  redit lor his efforts. gets The best way to beat a pool ... a good one. ish Immigration and enterprise in inc. In this connection the following quotation from the Near East and India, the semi-official Man Is compelled to work for publication of the British Colonial ",!:.<• some Othei Office, is very significant: "The onlooker knows that Jewish capital and Jewish immigration have raised the standard of life of the Arabs, have introduced industries which give employment to Arabs and. in general, have laid the foundations for developments, of which Arabs will share the benefits, that the Arabs, left to themselves, could not have anticipated for generations." %  cold it takes a drop of mercury for it. A physician may .-peak but language and yet be familiar with many toncues. A matinee girl say., the goins out of men between the acts is far less objectionable than the coming back.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, December 8, 1933 I .. ^.i.^.i..i..}.^.:..}.i.^.:-.:.^-:-.:-.:--:--:-:-:-:--i-:--:-: % %  : % %  : %  < %  < %  < % % %  .••>** ••:••:••:••:•* &f •:• &f *•:••:••:••: %  Haiti S^ttagng Sullrtin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI dcr nd Dirtetor, Kaiiio Bynagog of Amtrlca SUNDAY MOKNINLS VIOD, MIAMI, I LOKIUA No. 12 Vol. III. SIXDAV, DECEMBER 3. 1938 ++++++******************************%  : % %  : % %  : % %  : % %  : % %  :•* %  : %  "Murder For The Glory of God" scripture Reading. Dent, chapter xxiv. verm 1-5. toclurive and Mark. Chapter X. ver-cs 2-!. inclusive. I believe that it 1.sufficiently well established that 1 have no quarn I lous denomination. 1 grant to every man th.' freedom ol .:-.d of his mode of worship, because 1 reserve the 1 do believe, however, that religious teachings Id b.inculcated so that the follower.of the particular creed do not du-honor to the name of God and di-strace to the denomination to hey subscribe. The Sage of the Talmud who Mated that :: would fear Him a.much as they do public opinion int of the nature ot man. He knew for exactly what he & for what he Mill Is. Ir port of the murder case now prominent in thi Ol the nation, the prosecutor listed several motives lor imitted, according to the indictment, by a mother-in-law. tession, since repudial m subscribed to a religious motion divorce. The prisoner's son could, then not be rreed from the wife ot whom he had tired, by any court a ,... pave the way for what she believed her om way of eliminating the obstacles, her was by murdi rii I wife. The mteI woman had not the conscience to violate her (lunch's rule with (i to divorce. But. si ItailCy to violate the SiXtl Commandment. 8he letectlon She chanced Gods wrath. But .mid not risk condemnation by fellow members of her church should her ek and secure a civil decree of divorce. She committed murder for the glory of God. It appeared to her that God would be outthe thought of divorce. Murder was a minor offense as compared to divorce. Socletj even that portion of it that does not subscribe to the creed of the accused woman'.church, is partly guilty of many murders.—ded and undetected For some unexplainable reason there appearto ma attached to the divorced man and woman—in the minds of iccuslng finger Is pointed at them; slanderous wagtongues find bits of gossip: and certain quartei il oclety ostracise : similar nature. A mnnister poi.-oned hi he might be free to marry another woman. Surely he knew thi act Why did he not sue for divorce? Because societywould havi 1 indemned him. Hi chose rather to offend God than to fall into the mouths of gossips. Had he escaped detection he would have stood before the Heavenly Tribunal foi That appeared a lesser than through life on earth suffering from public opinion. The Halls-Mills case of a decade ago had similar complications. Murder ed lea dlstai teful than divorce. I repeat that every man and woman should hold to the tenets of his sr her faith. B religion recommends murder to its adherr man cowardice that prompts him to seek to escape the tortures of mlsmatlng without subjecting himsell to the tortures of con|i mnation and ostracism. Murder appears the only way out. if detection and punishment can be eliminated. To violate God's law is preferable to violating a dictate of society. God can understand, society, never. Such Is the reasoning of the murderer. But. such is not the principle of religion. I call such crimeMurder for the glory of God". And. God's will in the matter appears to be represented by the dictate of the church. Poor, misguided fools! Again. I repeat, that I have no quarrel with any religious denomination, but. I should like to impress upon all people that man's interpretation of the Word of God is theology.—not religion. The Old Testament leaves no doubt in our minds concerning the propriety of divorce. As a Jew. the New Testament does not exist for me to regulate my actions. But. as a student. I take the liberty of analyzing the verses in Mark which I read just before the sermon. Jesus Is quoted as saying concerning the Torah's permission of divorce. "For the hardni a heart he 1 Moses 1 wroti you this precept." I ask. "Hamar..heart changed? Ha. : ned any? Ha.human nature undergone an appreciabU change?" The answer can be only "No!" Further on we read "What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder." I could. ev< n a. a Jew. subscribe to that, were it so In fact. But. when a couple want to marry they dare not let God join them together. That is immoral, we say. They dare not live together as man and wife without the sanction of the state and the church. They, therefore, go to man to permit them to be man and wife, to be joined tor. What LS more natural then, than that the same couple should turn to man to put them asunder? Judaism, orthodox Judaism, does not consider a civil marriage ceremony all-sufficient. Nor does it recogl civil divorce decree as complete without the ritual divorce, the Get. And, make no mistake about it. While Judaism permits divorce, it does not hold it In light (teem. The Get or bill of divorce which tears asunder the sacred bonds of marriage Ls the most important document in Jewish jurisprudence. The responsibility connected with the office of orthodox Rabbi is the Get. Divorces are not lightly obtained though the for dissolving the union are many. As an example of the attitude of the Rabbis I wish to quote but one Talmudic passage;—"He who puts away the wife of his youth, for Him the very tone* of Gods altar weep." A member of one of my congregations in a northern communitj a man who, I knew, was a Talmid Chochom.—a scholar, had a wife who was a veritable shrew, a termagant. He came to me once and said that he wanted to divorce her. I said to him, "But, Mr. A., you surely know that vour act will cause the stones of the Mizbeach. the alter, to shed tears." "Yes." was his reply. "I know. But, better that they should weep than that I should." This case in Chicago Is one where the crime was detected. But. we have no wav of knowing how many similar crimes escape detection. Crimes in which the guilty perpetrator chooses rather to defy God than to defv public opinion. In this case the mother-in-law's statement that I her religion forbids divorce was a smoke-screen to hide her cowardice her fear of incurring the displeasure of the community in which sh lived, the fellow members of her church. Had she been truly God-fearing she would not have taken a human life. It Is wrong to create laws which humankind cannot obey. It is disastrous to hem man in with rules which he must break by virtue of his inherent nature. Yes. "the hardness of your heart." if you will. But, do not shut your eyes to the hardness of the heart. Take cognizance of it and prescribe accordingly. Man still fears public opinion more than he does God and His law-. Given a choice, or, pressed to make a choice, he the unknown danger in preference to the one that stares him in %  h e race, Man knows the painaccompanying society's ostracism, scorn, and muendos. The religious threats of future punishment and damnation he has not experienced. He risks those, Religious instruction fails of Its purpose when it fails to reckon with man and the "hardness of heart." Your boiler will explode if you have not provided an escape valve for tin 1 -team. When you Close mans avenue of escape from an unpleasant situation he is bound to break through at some point. The innocent suffer as a result. Irreparable damage is done. A life has been taken [I can not be restored. To you. among my audience, who are members of a church which (i'"iil llidlth" Kind King Funeral I Ionic / 1 Si 11 e Humanity Better Operated by FRANK G. McGHAN'S WIDOW : %  !( N. W. .Ird Ave. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 %  rafHjajajzjrUgjHnuargjaiajarajHrarg ARE WE : faith with chose who trust us, arc we li\ in;; op to onr obligations it we risk their I mine happiness l> ignoring the problems tli.it would arise for them ii. some day, we did nni come home? I ifc insurance oilerthe safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern I lealth ft Life Insurance Police on each one is iu cessary to protect the others from the privation and expense caused hy the last illness and death. A few pennies c.icli week is the tot.il cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK, Ma mixer • Realty Board Bid*. Phmie 2-3419 feTZfafHrararararargrgrarerajargrare SEND YOl'R LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry HOY II. TURNER, Prop. 122.-, S. W. (.Hi St. Phone 2-534 WE CALL FOR AND I>| I l\ I 1: FOR THE FINEST IN CHOICE LIVE POULTRY HENS, FRYERS, PULLETS, DICKS FRESH FISH And The B-a FLORIDA EGGS I Visit Florida Poultry and! Egg Co. WHOLESALE and RETAIL 1225-27 W. 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Friday. December^ 8, 1933 JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five SOCIETY %  <-:-:<:' % % %  %  Mrs. H. I. Mauid. membership chairman, reported 44 new mem:.:IW> p. JH. Mrs. Lillian Haas ol Spin. Ma arrived here tins week to pend the winter with her cousin Mrs H Bhulman ol this city, • The children ol the Sunday school ol the Miami Jewish Orthi ... Ci n n fttion will be seen In the Chanuka play "Hannah and He S >ven Sons' al thi Syna [ogue oi u,e ci on Sundaj ning, December nth A musical ,n and songs by the childi n will be presented during the 1 num. The play Is being coached by Miss Pauline Lasky ol the Sund.r chool staff, and thi entire program ,.s m chargi I Rabbi Juliu Wash) 1 oi the Congregation REGINALD DENNY Word has just been received of the death m Jacksonville last Tuesday of Mrs. Ehrenkrantz, aged 80, a lonu time resident of that City. Interment was In the Jewish cemctery there she leaves surviving her Mrs Rose Grossman and Mrs TOble Stem ot New York. Mrs lien Siegel ol Orlando. Mrs. Jesse Weintraub, Mr.Dora Sotorenko. and Mrs J Senter all ol Jacksonville. Sam Ehrenkrantz ol Providence. Mi 1. Silver and Mi. A Pepper both ol Miami I la • • • William Barber is a patient at the Jackson Memorial H and visitors would be apreciated Mr J Mlrkln ol Springfield v. ho Isiting Mrs M Pallotl returnid to her home 'his week after a -hurt stay here • • • Lasl Saturdaj morning Samuel Patterson the son ot Mr, and Mi. Jot Patterson was Bar Mitzva a' the Beth David Synagogue, He recited the Haftoro and delivered a speech in English following which hi was addressed by Kabbi Shapiro oi the Congregation The pam re hosts to tin 1 eveial hundred worshippers immediately after the services. Sunday evening the parents were hosts a' a reception in their home. • • The Eppes Essen Restaurant operated by Herber' Snowe. bettei known to Greater Miamians as "Herby" will reopen for the current n at 701 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach today Dairy, vegetarian and complete dinners will be served under his personal supervision in the beautifully arranged and decorated dining room Morris Fields of New York will manage and popular prices win prevail. • Th % %  %  • %  • % %  %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  %  I Kin Auxiliary will operate itown Rummage store at 167 N. W Fifth street in the heart of the local Jewish hsopping center to arry on the work oi reeding and clothing the Jewish destitute and dependent 111 Miami AH desiring to help along this lmire urged to contribute i: n 'o this organization which is not connected with any oher a' this time Sunday 20t till 6:30 I". M. Sunday-Monday, Dec 10-11— ROBERT MONTGOMERY SALLY EIl.ERs "MADKON BROADWAY" For the Best in Fish FRESH DAILY 111 V AT EAST COAST FISH MARKET I 11' 10 pin ;. led 360 XV. FLAGLEB ST. (At the Bridget "If It Swims We Have It" LOUIS, YOUR HAIRDRESSER Beauty Salon 231 II.1I1 MM Arcade No. 4 Phone 2-1853 ALL BRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE Specializing In all methods of Permanent Waving PHILLIPS HARDWARE CO. 301 N. Miami Ave.—Phone 2-K4I5 HARDWARE-FISHING TACKLE-DeVOE & RAYNOi.ns PAINTS "You will like our store and its values." Now you '"" buy BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that /?/i your bockctbookl PHONE 3-36X7 21 N. W. 9TII ST. Hotel And Restaurant Equipment •" 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue GEORGE I.. IHXON COMPANY 'The House That Service Built" Phone 2-6751 + THE GATE SCHOOL INSTRUCTION Miami Beach | 5-1779 j I of INDIVIDUAL I 8 07 Collins Ave. I Phone +_ ., glittering panorama ol New York life from B it %  i j park to Harlem. "Made on Broadv mes to the I Theatre nexl Sunday and Monday with Robert Montgomery and Eilers. two ot the sereins iim-t popular younger players, co-starred for the first time. Monl i merj is aid to have annlgh-speed comedy role as Jeff Bidwell. super-fixer, "wise guy" and debonair gambler who hoodwink.society and reaps a harvest on Broadway Miss Eller.s 1111



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLOR IDI AN Friday. December 8, 1933 ,. Tampa, Fla. Notes MlSS Berk Buchman entertained ;ii a bunco party Sunday afternoon Dec. 3rd. at her home, 5114 Central Ave., in celebration of her birthday anniversary The rooms were decorated with red and white rosebuds arranged In bouquets with babybreath and she was assisted by her mother Mrs. J. M. Buchman. • • • Prof, J. Weil, of the University ot Florida. Mrs Weil, and son Marvin. the week end In Tampa, while here attended the Maryland and the University of Florida football game. • • Miss Rosa Freeman and Mrs. Russel Bernheim entt named Jointly Thursday evening, Dec 7th. at the oi Mrs Bernheim's mother. Ml Wm Weber. 802 W. Francis Ave.. for Mis.Ruth Weber who has ly announced ement to Mr Manuel Buchman and will : sometime this month. was a lingerie shower and Miss Weber was the recipient ttj gifts. • • • Rabbi Adolph Burger will .peak on "For the Sake oi Joseph" at the Friday evening services Dec. 8th. at H P m 8er Saturday morning at 9 a. m. Sunday School Sunday morning at 10 a. m and Hebrew school daily. The Temple is on the coiner of Palm and m Stieets and Is con live. Visitors are always welcome. A Chanukah play 1bi ing prepared by Rabbi A. Burger, of Rodoph Sholom Temple Children ling the Sunday School are taking par; in It, The name play is 'Something Different" and will be presented at the Temple Sunday evening. Dec. 17th. at 8 p. m. • • • The Men's Club of Rodoph Bholom Congregation will have a meeting Sunday evening. Dec. 10th. at 8 p. 111. Mr. Samuel Fein berg Esquire, will be the principal speaker and for his subject has selected the •jew as a Citizen." • • • Milton Bokor was elected president of the Dictators Club at the ir meeting recently. Other new officers are Sol Guterman. vice president: Si Roscnbloom secretary; Sam Abramovitz, treasurer. Committees for the new term will be appointed al the next meeting. The Dictators are plannim 1 ral affairs fi r the winter the first ol which will be a theatei eld next week. The boys meet at thi Y M H A club( HOI 111) Gainesville, Fla, I Wi II attend) d by visitors and from all part.ol the state. the Homecoming festivities ol rau :: Phi. national Jewish social nity wi re recently staged In Gainesville as the climax ol the social activities ol the year The activities included besides the footame between Florida and Auburn, an Informal dance at the fraternity hou.-e Friday nighl and a Iven al the Twentieth Century Club of Oaim Saturday night. There w< re over a hundred Ing the 1 unctions of this Jewish fraternit] at the University ol da. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  B IIKUHY'H %  1 KPPKS 1: s s 1: N = %  u 1:ST XV U X N T %  %  GRAND OPENING FRIDAY. DEC. 8th FOR DINNER I %  UNBEATABLE SUPERB SUPREME %  Blue Plate Luncheons from • r>, D eLuxe Table D'Hote Dinners i r>< Specializing in Complete Dairy and Vegetarian Dishes 70] Collins Avenue Miami Beach *ft A OPEN FOR THE SEASON SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET "Th-' Complete Food Store" V 434-38 Collins Ave. Miami Beach /. a. I I A-complete line of the Finest Fresh Domestic and .Imported Delicatessen. Groceries. Dairy Products' and Appetizers I 1*1 a New York Kosher Beef. Veal and Lamb. Live Poultry Fruits. Vegetables. Fresh Daily Choicest Nuts ALL OF THE FINEST At the Lowest Possible Prices Phone 5-3552 WE DELIVER It's rather strange for one who comes from the metropolis of the World, its hustle and bustle, to accustom himself to the vagaries of small town gossip and "YatkeOass" talk. However, it's somewhat enjoyable and at least a change from the humdrum of every day Southern life. A trip to Fifth street, in Miami. and I see the home made signs, blatantly proclaiming "local killed mi al i" 111 front Of the Jewish butcher .-lores inquiry develops the tact that there is a price war on. but tin re's no Sign o; any kind that the people are even remotely interested Further down the -'reel, m a .-lure that makes no bone.-, of selling Treifah meats, more Jev wi n present than In the three butchi 1 -tores combined. Oh yes. there's a difference ol several .1 pound 111 the price. So "Kosher," nit Kosher, What's thi differeno Chi lilol YOU ini'ei a "Shoched" and laik to him. Duelie line the Rabbi Men dank' Gotl that one can get away from him 1 he the only one thai feels that way? Cholilo! A trip to Miami's most glorious hotel de luxe, Down on Southwesl Second Street where all the %  toun-ts'' are greeted arms and welcomed to the bosom ol the family, And when one discusses conditions with them. jobs. Just a shrug ol the shoulders work? Cholilo Across tin causeway and then things are humming Price wargalore Kashrus battles. ol course "No non-kosher foods Radio Synagog Rabbi S M Mactel, founder and director ol the Radio Synagog, will preach over WIOD al ten o'clock on Sunday morning on The Miracle Of Chanukah. Suspended Animation." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading, and a question box. ***<^4-s Thrilling as Strange JPerfumel Monday and Tuesday Dec. 11-12th ^n-jrwiiii 2S7 EAST FLAGLER PHONE 1 1171 Cradle Song Was Stage Hit A poignant story of mother love behind convent walls, as unusual as it is touching, comes on Monday and Tuesday to the Paramount Theatre. It is 'Cradle Song," and has been adapted from the stage i play by G. M. Martinez Sierra. 1 which made a profound impression on New York when presented by Eva Le Gallienne and her Civic Repertory Company In 1927. Dorothea Wieck, star of Me 1 may be sold on the same premises where there is a kosher butchei store." A visit to seven ol them reveals Jello Kosher? Cholilo Clam Chowder Kosher? Cholllo Delicatessen Koshi • lilo. Oysters Shrimp W the use? Gossip? The undertaking p ...on Ci mi U 1 les I business all a method to %  ones own gains, Lishmo C Gatherings to save th %  caii to protect the Jewish nami ... to work for the Coiiiimin; sincerely? Cholilo. Would I tell you my name CHOLILO. chen in Uniform.'' is presented i n her first American starring picture Miss Wieck was offered a Paramount contract as a result of her brilliant work in the European pi c ture and came to this country expressly to play the part of "j 0 anna" in Martinez Sierra's drama of frustration behind convent walls In "Cradle Song," Dorothea Wieck epitomizes the mother-love of all womankind—its Joy at fulfilment, Its heartbreak and ai when the loved one is lost forever As a sister in a convent, Joanna longs for the motherhood that Levery woman's heritage but which Is denied her by her vows H knows no bounds when a b left at the convent, and she 1 permitted to take care of it. Th' lateels the child l.s 1. and lavisheall her love and •ion on it. When the girl and falls in love with a man. .Joanna must decide 9 to hold her in the convent lease her. The decision she is the c Umax Of the story. Bi ai'.Dorothea Wieck includeEvelyn Venable. a newcomer to the films from Hampden's distinguished di company, Kent Taylor. Sir 1 Standing and Louise Die FOOD WHE1E FRIEKBIIKESS ] PREVAELS r\elightful food, deliriously prepar ed. Scried in the most pleasan surroundings by a "Personnel o Personalities." 1 1, THREE MEALS DAILY CLUB BREAKFAST TABLE D'HOTE A LA CARTE %  : %  WYLY'S HALCYON GRILL 28 N. L. 2nd Ave. HENRY F. WYI.V. |rop. Continuous Service from 7. A. M. to 9 P. M. 1 %  : % 


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 8, 1933

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Vol. 6. No. 48
FLORIDA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY. DECEMBER 8. 1933
Jewish News
Around The
World
Throng Attends
Price Five Cents
Memorial Service {Announcements,
j Synagog Tenders Labor Shortage
11, > Envoy to Aid Austrian Trade
H Government Sham Anti-
Semitism
One ol the mosl Impressive i
held recently was the memorli
vices sponsored by thi Miami
"'' "' Junior Hadassah last Mon-
night at the Miami Ji
ogue, honoi
ii.i- < "buy Austrian" ...... memory ol the laic Evelyn Solen,
" "nvc member an.,! offici r ol the
nlzation who tnel a tragic
death in an auto accident recently
Miss Bede Ooldenblank pi.
and briefly told of the desli
Junior Hadassah to pay their re-
spects id the deceased She Intro-
Manifesting greal Interest (i'"' m tlw situation ol Austrian Jewry, "i"'""1- prayei Mn Sol Rotford
Mr. Earle lia.s gone out of his way i"''M(l''nl '" the organization spoke
to befriend the Jews. His recenl '""' '"l(l "' "10 work the de-
to President Masaryk in ceased :""1 concluded with a read-
ovakia, who is a noted foe '"- "' M,'lll("'ai resolutloi
: Hitlerism. ha-s given rise '<> a
will bo organized in the
i States by George H. Earle,
3rd. American minister, it .\
hi recenl warning agalnsl
anti-Semitism, the American dlplo-
DO] ted to have said in an
in; >rview lie had with chancellor
rumor that Mr. Earle is actll
official instructions, despite hi- ap-
' disdain lor diplomatic pre-
nts,
10,896 PolUh Jews Went to Palestine
Sinse January 1st
Warsaw A total ol 10.890 Polish
Jews have emigrated to Palestine
Fanuary l. 1933. according to
reports in the Yiddish press.
Says Farm Immigration is Canada's
Greatest Need
Montreal."Restricted immigra-
tion" of agricultural Immigrants
who would take up a substantial
portion of the 30.000.000 acres of
land now available for new farms
In the prairie provinces of Canada
u advocated by E. w. Beatty,
lent of the Canadian Paula
Mr. Beatty declared that
"no good reason exists for not wel-
a suitable type of individual
or family with their own capital, or
with proper financial backing from
is. This type of immigrant is
: the mast urgent needs of the
Dominion."
ed by the organization recently. All
i"se as Cantor Louis Hayman of
Beth Jacob Congregation Intoned
'he memorial prayer. Eulogies were
Mien delivered by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Beth David Congregation,
and by Rabbi Julius Washer ol the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion. Cantor Boris Schlachman ol
Beth Jacob Congregation then
chanted an appropriate psalm which
was followed by the recitation of
(Caddish by the father of the de-
d Mr. C'has Jamison. The
prayer was given by Lena
Weinkle a past president of the or-
ganization. An announcement by
Rabbi Shapiro was made thai the
members ol the Junior Hadassah
would visit the grave of the de-
ceased linn' nines yearly in emula-
tion of Uie custom prevalent in
Palestine. A tree in memory oi the
deceased will be planted in Pales-
tine by the Junior Chapter of Ha-
dassah and by the members of the
Sunday School class of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
which Mrs. Solen taught during the
past year. A lame number ol friends
Ol the deceased were present.
_______________I Formal Banquet Hurts Palestine
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
...V.'..W"*hin""'n **" Miml '<*
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Around beautiful tables decorated
with garlands of bougainvillea and
polnsettlas, and with silver cande-
labra containing tall colored can-
dles as the centerpiece al the main
'able i members and friends
ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
tlon gathered lasi Sunday
nighl at the Synagogue to witness
Boris schlachman o he conere- .<
'"-" the formal installation of the of-
ficers and directors of the congre-
gation. The banquet was opened by
the chairman Mr II M. Drevich
Early .services begin at 5:30 with
the late services at 8:15 when the
Rabbi will preach a sermon on
Seeking One's Brethren." Thi i
vices will be chanted by Cantor
gatlon. Saturday morning services
begin al 8:30 with the Rabbi preach-
the
mi: a sermon In Yiddish on
Biblical portion Of the week.
Jerry Levin, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. A Levin of Miami Beach, will
be "Bar Mitzva." He will recite the
Haftoro and speak briefly In Eng-
lish, lollownv.! which he will be
addressed by the Rabbi, and pre-
sented with a "Bar Mitzva" certi-
ficate by the president of the con-
gregation. The parents will be hosts
to the worshippers at a reception
m the synagogue immediately after
the services.
Sunday morning the Rabbi will
continue his sehries of sermonettes
i" the children of the Sunday school
on another phase of "Sabbath."
During the season there will be a
number of prominent guest speak-
ers who will occupy the pulpit.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox!
IMS S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Rabbis Plan
Lithuania Enacts Anti-Semitic
Legislation
The usual early services begin al
5:30 with the first of the late Fri-
day night services beginillg at 8:30
when Rabbi Washer will preach a
sermon on "Speaking Peaceably
With One's Brother." There will be
congregational singing and chant-
ing of special numbers by children
of the Talmud Torah with the re-
citlng of Kiddush by Oscar Rappa-
port 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 Nathan
Adelman as the host.
K .'.noUnder the Influence ol
ination the Lithuanian gov-
iit has enacted three pieces
slation of a marked anti-
A meeting of Miami's Orthodox
and Conservative Rabbis was held
la.-' night
The usual Friday evening services
at the home of Rabbi | begin at 5:30 with the late services
8emltlc nature and is considering a juUus Washer when plans for the at 8 p. m. when Rabbi Max Shapiro
fourth which would menace the en- Florida statewide conference of Or- will preach a sermon on The
'in- Jewish economic structure. The
' new laws provides for a
numerous clausus against all prac-
Jewish doctors and lawyers.
a numerous clausus for Jewish stu-
m Hie juridical faculty of
Kovno University, and the obliga-
tory use of the Lithuman laoguagl
''wish high schools. The gov-
ernment is now considering a law
Wire all merchants and ped-
'" pa.ss an examination be-
etting license for the Jews.
Turkish Iniversities Take 18
German Jewish Professors
nbul.Eighteen more German
Jewish professors exiled by the
Nazi regime have been given posl-
tions in Turkish universities.
I he traditional hymns. The Junior
Congregation meets Saturday at
10:30 and the Bar Mitzva Boy's
Breakfast Club at 8 o'clock Sunday
morning.
thoclox and Conservative Rabbis World's Unrest-Has Civilization
and laymen were discussed Accord- Reached Maturity?" Cantor Louis
ing to plans the conference will be
held in Miami and Miami I
during January. Rabbis of the en-
tire state are expected to attend
and address the conference on im-
portant problems of the day. Lay-
men representative of every Ortho-
dox and Conservative congregation
m tile State are expected to attend
and formulate plans lor the better-
ment of conditions and for the pro-
motion of a stronger bond of
friendship between Jews through-
out the state. Prominent lay and
Rabbinical speakers out of the
state will be invited to attend. Full
details and announcement of the
date of the conference will appear
in our next issue.
who Introduced the toastmaster and
with an invocation by Rabbi Julius
Washer and was followed by the
blessing recited by the oldest mem-
ber of the congregation Mr. Abram
Jacobs of Atlanta and Miami. Guests
of honor were Rabbi Julias Washer.
Mr. A. Jacobs of Atlanta and
Miami, and Mr. Moe Harris of New-
York. During the evening addl
were made by H. M. Drevich. Philip
Berkowitz. Mrs. Julius Simpson.
Mrs. Lena Simon. Louis Vangilder
of West Palm Beach one of the
founders of the Congregation and
its first secretary, Sadye G. Rose
executive secretary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. Moe Harris of
New York an active supporter of
the Congregation during his winter)
slay in Miami. M. Scheinbaum of
Jacksonville. Fla.. Max Rappaport.
Harry Seitlin. and A. Jacobs. The
principal address of the evening
was a fervid address by Rabbi
Washer who urged the congrega-
tion on to further activities In the
cause oi Judaism. The officers
were formally installed by the
toastmaster J. Louis Shochet and a
response and report of activities of
the Congregation was given in the
concluding address by Mr. Milton
Weiner president of the congrega-
tion. In the program that was pre-
sented during the evening Harry
Rose was heard in two excellent
declamations, Joseph Greenberg in
a well received Jewish reading and
in an exceptionally well presented
recitation, A Safir in a number of
violin selections, Phillip Berkowitz
in two vocal selections of Yiddish
folk songs, and "Abraham" the
singing waiter in a monologue and
impersonation of a "Chazon."
Quite a large sum was realized for
the Talmud Torah fund of the
congregation. The committee who
received an ovation during the eve-
ning for the splendid manner in
which the banquet and installation
was arranged consisted of H. M.
Drevichfi chairman Max Mintzer.
Hayman and the choir will chant and Max Rappaport. Mrs. Milton
State Meeting beth david congregation
(Conwervtle>
119 N. W. Third Avtnui
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
111 N. It Nineteenth Street
OR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Services begin at 8:15 Friday eve-
ning. The Rabbi's subject will be
'Only A Determined Ethical Chris-
tianity Can Save Europe from Sui-
cide and America From Ruin."
Religious school each Sunday from
ten to twelve. Confirmation Class
at nine o'clock.
Weiner chairman of the committee
representing the Ladies Auxiliary
assisted by Mrs Nathan Blumberg.
Mrs. J. Louis Shochet and Mrs.
Nathan Adelman. The banquet was
catered by the well known A. Ros-
enthal.
SOCIAL SET TO MEET
The Miami Beach Jewish Social
Set will hold a meeting at the
Nemo Hotel Miami Beach on Tues-
day evening, December 12th. be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. Plans for the
opening dance on Thursday. De-
cember 14th, at the Miami Beach
Country Club will be announced.
In the midst of a world-wide de-
pression. Palestine is enjoying a
phenomenal prosperity reflected In
an expanded foreign trade, a gov-
ernment surplus and an acute
shortage of labor. These amazing
i.K's are presented In the Palestine
Economic News, a bulletin Issui d bj
the American Economic Committee
for Palestine. The Committei Is di -
voted to the ei. ,enl ol pri-
vate initiative and the promotion
of the economic development of
Palestine. Judge Julian W. Mack Is
Honorary President and Israel B.
Brodie Ls President of the Commit-
tee.
The current survey is prefaced
with a statement by Dr. Paul P.
Gourrich. consultant economist to
leading financial institutions in this
country and a foremost authority
on railroads, who terms the eco-
nomic situation in Palestine "al-
most as miraculous as the nmacli .-
of the Exodus." In a world hai
by staggering unemployment and
unbalanced budgets. Palestine
emerges as "the one bright ray of
sunlight" and constitutes "a chal-
lenge to world economy the proof
that, when confronted with will
power and determination, so-called
economic laws and cycles become
meaningless and fictitious."
The bulletin contains Impn
statistical tables on price move-
ments, foreign trade, agricultural
and industrial development, immi-
gration, government finances, etc.,
reflecting the unique prosperity of
this pioneer country. The excess of
government receipts over expendi-
tures for the five months' period
ending August 31, 1933. amounts tc
432.272 as compared to a surplus of
190.978 for the same period a year
ago.
Imports during the three months
of April. May and June 1933
amounted to 12.498.060 as compar-
ed to 11.660.526 in 1932. Exports of
oranges for the same three months
rose from 86.054 cases in 1932 to
137.728 cases in 1933.
The number of Jewish industrial
enterprises rose from 2.475 in 1929
to 3.132 in 1933. with a correspond-
ing rise in invested capital from
12.235.000 to 14.630.000 and an in-
crease in the number of employees
and working from 10.968 to 16.870
persons.
The greatly increased immigra-
tion is being immediately absorbed
and Palestine has the unique dis-
tinction of suffering from an acute
labor shortage which is causing an-
xiety to employers and planters. "In
the cities." the bulletin states.
"there are not enough building and
factory workers, resulting in costly
delay in erecting buildings for new
enterprises and causing a scar-
city of housing accommodations."
This report cites the difficulty en-
countered by the Nesher Cement
Works, of Haifa, in proceeding with
its plan for a 150,000 expansion of
its plant as an outstanding example
of the labor shortage in Palestine.
The bulletin contains also factual
material on the marked improve-
ment in the economic status of the
Arab population as a result of Jew-
(Continued on page 3)


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLOR I D I AN
Friday, December 8, 1933


SOCIETY
ft? PLAYING AT THE
TIVOL1 Till ATM.
[*he Halcyon Grill. Miami's new-
est dining place, located in Its
newly constructed building at if>
N. E Second avenue, i-s now in
operation, Henry F. Wyly. owner
announces. The menu offers table
d'hote dinners and a la carte ser-
vice regularly, and hours of .service
are from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Club
breakfasts and regular luncheons
will be a feature,
A feature of the service Is a hos-
tess employed to look after the
comfort of guests. Waitresses In
;reeri and white uniforms serve
Seating capacity for 150 Is provid-
ed. Tlie grill interior is finished In
White, and screened windows ex-
tend along the side, opening on the
Halcyon Hotel lawn, affording am-
pll daylight and ventilation. Two
rows ol ceiling lights give evenlj
spread illumination at night. There
ire three entrances to the grill, two
being from the Halcyon arcade on
tin west, and the third door being
N E. Second avenue
The Halcyon Grill kitchen is open
for inspection ol guests at all
times. Mr Wyly said
Muss Isle Semlnole Indian vil-
lage, n. W 81xti 1 nth treel and
iwenty-fifth avenue, has been Itn-
d during the summer months
and is prepared to entertain winter
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: vv. Flailcr strut (nt nth Ave.l
Delirious Home looked Meals
LUNCHEON30 CENTS
DINNER50 CENTS
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SUNSHINE CLEANERS
lln-llj V \A l-th A*enur
visitors. John A. Campbell, owner
reports. A new feature Is the fruit
juice fountain where drinks made
oi several fruit Juices combined are
served. Additional curios have been
added to the museum and new
specimens of Florida wild life to tin
zoo.
one of the features at Musa Isle
is the alligator and crocodile farm,
one ol the largest collection ol the
am urns m the United States, With
125 large and several hundred baby
alligators on exhibit in their pools
Alligator wrestling and the weekly
feedings attract attention.
In the zoo are deer bear, snakes,
raccoons, monkeys, birds and other
specimens Of Florida swamp life
The museum. 111 charge of B. O.
CrichlOW, curator presents many
-tutted and mounted buds animals
and fish.
The souvenir shop, at the en-
trance, offers a variety ol the handi-
work of the Semlnole men and wo-
men, including miniature and tull-
Ize bows and arrow.-, .-tutted small
alligators, beaded ix'it-. carved
anot !> ki' Semlnole dresses
and ornamental novi Itli 1
In the village are open thatched-
roof huts, where the 25 to 50
nole men. women and hildren liv<
in their primitive manner.
William Karket, manager ol oper-
ations at Musa Isle, -.nil there wen
two deaths and fourth birth.- in tin
during thi pa I
1 he trust ol Beth Jai il
itlon, Miami Beach are spon-
a Chanuka dinner on Sun-
vening, December 17th, begin -
1 nmi: at T p. m. at the Sea Breeze
Hotel Miami Beach tor thi
Talmud Torah fund. A very
laborate program ill be present-
ed for the entertainment ol the
The Hebrew Friendly Inn enter-
tained a number ol its patrons and
nds at a dinner in the home at
which a sum ol money was raised
for the Institution. Baron de Hnsch
Mi yer pre idem ol the institution
spoke briefly as did Rabbi Max
T 0 R G SINin S0VIET RUSSIA
A \r ^* # Then, ar* Tori-sin store- in over
enters enable your relatives in
Soviet Kus-ia to purchase all
-orts of domestic or imported ar-
tteles at low prices.
di Ti r tain apply in your
l.;i fit.. I I I I
1 r thi'ir lutl
\ niuk'amali'd Hank N. T.
Vni-lii-rutra Transport Corp.
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t.-lv ma- \m,-rn a I.in,-.
Ilia-.
car, Biro-BMJan, Corp.
Maniifa, lunr- l'ru-1 < "
I'ulili. Nat'l Hank \ Tru-t Co.
ii. 1 \. CoRimiinicallona, Inr.
L'nlon Toara, In,-.
World Imiri-i-. Inr.
IIikI-mi Co. Sat'l Bank, Rayonna. N. J.
'id. PcnnayKai Phlla.
I 11,,111 -a. n Bat.' I''l l-hurah.
\ .,1 amalcd I rui I ,'. > ina
Hank. I Ii..
There are Torgsin stores in over
1.111)11 localities. Torgsin orders
may be sent to anyone, in any
quantity. To cities that have lie
TORGSIN stores. Torgsin mails
your order by parci 1 post
PRICES REDUCED ABOUT
OUGSIN
.GENERAL OEPDESENTATIVE In U.S.A.
261 Fifth Avtno-(Nc; YorlcMV
See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY m* IT Q A I O I Tf OPEN DAILY
and SUNDAY 1V1 U O A 1 jLL and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Laadarahlp CHIEF WILLIAM McKINLET 08 BOI \
\ w I ... nt> liflh Annul and Si.trrnlh s-r.-.l
Go Waal on PLAOLER SI. t.i 2 7 Til AVK.. Turn North
Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO ANT) MUSEUM
Baa Cawboi Mill, a loai Baninola Indian. Wraatla thi* Alligator
Indian Trading Post-11'andiwork for Sale
TO GET THERETaki- Any Por-HIrt Car or l)ri\r Waat on I l.ul.r
and Nnrth on 27th \ -. t, 11.
SALLY El LED?
Shapiro. Cantor Boris Schlachman
auctioned several iake- which help-
ed bring funds to the organization.
The organization operates a home
tor worthy Jewish transients at
452 S. W. 2nd street and is now in
it.- fourth year ol operation.
Mr and Mrs John Meyer enter-
tained the guests of the Madison
Apartment.-. Miami lieach last week
at a card party and entertainment
during winch funds for the upkeep
ol the Hebrew Friendly Inn was
raised Prizes were awarded foi
high -eon'.- and delicious refresh-
ments were served during the eve-
ning,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer ami Rabbi
Max Shapiro spoke briefly at a
meeting Ol the Young Men's He-
brew Association last Wednesdaj
night. At this meeting final plans
tor the dance being sponsored by
thi' organization at the Fleetwood
Hotel the evening of Saturday, De-
, ember 16th -Sol Rotlort is el air-
man ot the committee ol arrange-
ments,
The tombstone to the memory ol
the late Erhie Wemkle will be un-
veiled on Sunday afternoon, De-
cember 17th, with Rabbi Max .Sha-
piro ot Beth David Congregation
Officiating Members ol the Younu
Men- Hebrew Association will at-
tend the ceremonies in a body
Youni! Weinkle died suddenly while
playing a basket ball nami1 as a
member ol the Young Men's lh-
brew Association team last year
Mr. Mm Hani.- ot New York and
Miami arrived here last week to
spend several months at Miami
Beach He returned to the United
State recently alter spending sev-
eral months in Europe and Pales-
tine where he visited many plan
ol inter
1 .1 Sunday .itteinoon the Bris
it l he Infant son ol Dr. and Mrs.
Max Pepper was performed at the
Victoria Hospital bv Rabbi S. M
Machtel ol the Radio Synagog, In
the pi> : a large number ol
friend! and family.
omen attended tin
Sabbat h tl B
nil bj Si nlor Hadassah, a'
the home oi Mrs Morris Rubin la
ifti moon when a briel
resumi nl book by Sholem
JAsch "Tilt' Citii was
Rabbi Juliu Wa I ol the Miami
cation wa-
ll gw
The diamond ball team ol thi
member! ot tin Talmud Torah and
.Sunday ... hool ot the Miami Jewl h
Orthodox Congregation is prac-
ticing daily and will shortly begin a
series with othi r tea
Mt Hyman Jacobs ol Atlanta.
(;a '' ol his sii ter, Mrs.
parents for a short time. Another
visitor was Mr. A. Jacobs of New
York, another brother of Mrs. Clein.

Beth Jacob Sisterhood will pre-
sent two plays Sunday afternoon,
December nth. at the synagogue
when the children oi the Sunday
Wm. Clein ol this city last week
when he armed here to visit his
School and Talmud Torah will take
pail m a program that will be pre-
sented. "By the Lights ol Chanuka
and 'Their Own People" are the
two plays m which I he children are
being coached by Mrs. David I
Rosenbloom, wife ol Beth Jacob's
Rabbi. Poems and recitations will
also be heard during the program
Goodies will be presented to tin
children by the Sisterhood.
According to an announcement
by the members ol the Servio
Committee in charge ol the laU
Friday night services at the Miami
Jewish orthodox Congregation, a
number ol prominent out ol town
ipeakers will be heard during tin
season, in addition, a number of the
local Organizations Will be uiven an
opportunity to learn ol tin' work
of the respective organizations.
Rabbi Julius Washer ol the Con-
futation will be in charge ol all
the services.
a a a
Mr. and Mis Oscar Mayers en-
tertained with a musicals ami re-
ception at their home last Wednes-
day honoring Mana-Zucca, com-
poser, who recently has returned
from New York. Mi Mayers wel-
comed the honor guest and intro-
duced those appearing on tin pro-
gram The Mana-Zucca club col-
purple and pink were accen-
tuated m the decoration A COI
'^: gladioli was presented to Malia-
Zucca.
What promises to be one ol the
outstanding entertainments oi the
current season Is the Chanuka card
party being sponsored by the Ladies
Auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation at the Syna-
gogue on Tuesday evening, Decem-
ber 12th. at 8 p. m. Prizes will be
awarded lor high scons and to
commemorate the chanuka spun
the traditional "Chanuka Latkes"
will be served in addition to "Heii.e-
lach." Mesdame- Milton Wemei
and Nat Blumberg will be the
es The public is invited to
attend.
successful Marie Dressier and Polly
Moi.m vehicle. "Prosperity." nf
cast includes, besides the star
Myrna Loy. Reginald Denny. Louise
dOSBN Hale. C Aubrey Smith and
Edward Arnold.

Sisterhood ol Temple Israel met
at Kaplan hall last Friday preced-
ed by a board session at 1:30 p. m
A program based on the Chanuka
theme, "Rededlcatlon," was given.
The program follows: The an-
cient Chanuka story, related by
questions and answers: traditional
Chanuka hymn, sung by Mrs. Her-
bert Feibclman. accompanied by
Mrs. Anne Pastroff; a modern re-
dedlcation, four minute speeches,
"The Rededicalion of an Ancient
Land." Mrs. Max Dobrin; "The Re-
dedlcation of Our Government
Mrs Tobias Simon: "The Red. di-
catlon ol Youth." Miss Kitty Mor-
ris; "Thi' Rededicalion of Religion,"
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan; "The Re-
dedication of the Sisterhood." Mrs
I M Weiiislein Refreshments were
I d following the program

Mrs. Joe Zalis accompanied by
her ons will return to the city the
latter part of this week after hav-
ing spent the summer visiting
It lend- and relatives in Baltimore
Adult- L'ni
( hildrrn I Or
Hot Offka
opt ns 0:30
p.m. Suntla.
Evenings SOc
10-11
RAMON NOVABBO
MYRNA LOY
"THE
BARBARIAN"
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Funeral I Iome
l-'lii Wa-hiniMon Ac. Miami Urn li
I'HONE 5-3355 J
Announced a.- a rich combination
ol laughs and romance. Ramon
Novarro's latest M-O-M starring
attraction. "The Barbarian." will be!
shown Sunday and Monday at the
7th Avenue Theatre
Tin picture was directed by Sam
Wood, who produced the highly
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because of the activities ol its Jew-
Wi pioneers, it i.s obvious that the
Palestine admlnistraUon docs not
really base i..s curtailmenl ol Jew-
l:,h inunlgration on the tacl
the country's economic absorptive
capacity has been exhausted. II |*
now clear thai Jewish Immigration
Page Three
when it received the full manuscript
it was discovered that the speeches
''' not a complete statement and
contained only utterances which
Hitler wanted to have read in
America, omitting particularly all
reference to the treatment of the
to Palestine JW8' The publtehera frank|y ad-
rw.)~-tests---
Arab majority winch wi
Sr=rP-s,.....
o,e Arab,, thll, ,0llllm,ldnblp
Homeland, rhe hoodlum acti\
oi the Revl .. ,.,
THE
GLOOM
Pouring a gradually larger amount leagues apartyears
would be to
tremendous lend themselves to the Nazis as a
propaganda agency which would be
Ol some uood brand into it is a fine
way to taper otl on the prohibition
stuff.
Ill
with the
stand of Houghton Mlfflln O m
pany which published Hitler's auti
x,,";;,;:;:'l",";,n""""i: -.....- .....^3 -<>i.a ve"
Zionist leadership mui I compro- when toned down for a......,, ,.,>.
Ron mania Wars On
Anti-Semitism
mi.se. Undei
insist
eminent keep faith with
ol economic absorptive i..;
Ihe same time it should hel]
real additional economii
tie tor the poor Arab pei
i .
gan ol "onlj lor Jews" musl In- Washington. -Dr. Joseph P.
evitably lead to a i Chamberlin. professor of public law
which Jewish underl lumbia University tor the
estine i an bi i arried out only under
"An obviously Inebriated man en-
tered a music store In a nearby
city and. selecting a salesman, de-
manded to sec a piano. The floor
manager, possibly an old-time bar-
tender ol the higher type, called
the salesman and whispered, 'Don't
may pa .
without their meetingfriendship
will bridge the oceans and conti-
n< nt and i ternity.
Friendship i.s synonymous with
sincerity and loyalty. The man who
.i Mend possesses both these
fines) oi hum.ui qualltli i.
Edward Everett Hale mea lira
uccess m life by his abilltj
to maki friends, real friends,
toned down for American con-
ent conditions u sumption. The John Day Compan; "* him any pianos he's had too BoQk .
'"'" Is to be congratulated ">"'1' already." "wh
congratulated
Chamberlln t> be V. s. Represents
live on Refugee Governing
Board
The Mae West furore was a life-
saver, coming as it. did at a tlmi
"hen well-meaning reformers had
tried to remove the opulent curves
from the pretzel
t to buy
an encyclopedia new thai your boy
if goin tool."
Prospect: "No. let him walk
same as I did."
i Ion ol British bayonets and
machine guns.
King Carol of Roumania has
done the eau.se of world peace a
nice by dismissing the gov-
ernment of Premier Vaida Voevod
and enstrusting the reins of gov-
nt to B Liberal cabinet head-
it; by Dr, Ina O. Duca. The domes-
'i policies of the Vaida Voevod
ment had shown a marked
tendency toward Fascism and its
concomitant. anti-Semitism. The
Kint: recognized thai the anti-
i Itatlon not only menaced
the .lews but the entire country and
ted promptly and courageous-
ly In ousting a cabinet thai was be-
the best interests of the
That no mistake was made
in calling on Dr. Duca to head the
nmenl already evident.
The liberal government has out-
lawed all Fascist, anti-Semitic and
nary groups and has pledged
ool out all agitation and
propaganda directed against any
' of the population. Such a
policy will not only strengthen the
:.ian govi rnment at home
The A.A.U.
Hoycott
The annual mei tin : tin Ama-
teur Athletic Union and the Atneri-
ai Olympic A < iai':.
it clear that American athletii
ficials are determined not to permil
Germany to bar it.. Jewish atl
from participating in the 1936 Olym-
pil Games in Berlin even il it
means an American boycott ol the
Olympiad) rite Amateur Athletic
Union frankly warned Germany
that unless all restrictions against
German athlete., were lilted the
Union would refuse io certify
ten yean has been appointed bv
Pre Ident Roosevelt to represent
he United sta'.s on the goven ..
oi tin. special committei
named bv the League of Nation's to
supervise the work of the League's
high commls inner for German
refugees, Dr. Chamberlln
'.' adj died for Lausanm
where High Commissioner Mac-
Donald has convened the first
mi eting ol the board for the end
Ol this month.
A government bulletin advises
l< .''.ing II ave on the lawn to im-
prove the grass We have never seen
I one to Interfere with Nature in her
infinite wisdom.
A Holyoke > Mass. fire chief
pounded a piano In a burning home
to calm the occupants. Have we
been misjudging Nero all these
years?
is quite
Ike: "Yamen's
wrinkled."
Miki
ike: -And his clothes are wrin-
kled, '
Mike: "Siyn of don't care."
Salim: "Do you always advise
your neurasthenic patients to have
a constant companion?"
Doctor: Always. The companion
subsequently becomes another neu-
rasthenic patient."
Roumania Outlaws All Anti-Semitic
and Nazi Groups
He: Why do women, as a rule.
talk more than men do?
She: I suppose it's because they
have 'lie men to talk about.
Nazis, the CUZ-
Ists, the iron Guards and all other
anti-Semitic and reactionary or-
ganizations in Roumania have been
outlawed by the new Liberal enbi-
Patroling a floor for 43 days with
a 115-pound baby in a walkathon
would seem to be the ideal train-
ing for fatherhood.
"Eliza." .said a friend of the fam-
ily to the old colored washwoman,
"have you seen Miss Edith's fiance.'
"No, ma'am. It ain't been in the
wash yet."
Whatever else man has or has
not, he must have friends. From
American athletes tor the Olym- nel Dr- Ion Duca. While the childhood to childhood they are an
pics The American Olympic Asm,, cabinet was takinu this step serious essential to his happiness. Without
ciation, on the Insistence ol Brii disorders precipitated by the ami-i their companionship, he is ever
Elmer Twiuhell is so certain that
we are going to have what Mr.
Smith calls the baloney dollar that
he has already taken a safety posit box in the delicatessen store.
Gen. Charles h Sherill, delegate :<>
the International Olympic Coil
tee, adopted a resolution
eliminated the boycott threat and
contend itself witli expressing the
hope that Germany would lift re-
striction B alnst Jewish athlete.-
before the time come- to prepari
and certify American athletes for
the 1936 Olympic. General Sherill
but will give it prestige abroad and 1||,,d lhjs modification because he
enhance it.s position among the
power., who always look askance at
a government that fusters medieval
racial and religious programs.
Palestine
Immigration Policy
S|>eakers at the recent confer-
ence of the American Palestine
llgn, which decided on a
quota of S2.ooo.ooo to be devoted
primarily as it.s share of the 110.-
" fund for the settlement of
German-Jewish refugees in Pales-
txpressed in somewhat guard-
ed language the feeling that the
curtailment of Jewish immigration
Stine i~ throw net a dark
' over the Zionist work. The
ill situation was empl
DJ almost every Zionist, spoke.man
Political observer., ol ..Mini
de the fact that Zioni. po-
leadership is faced with a
riOUS problem. The Pales-
Vernmenl cannot ignore the
"t the Arab population which
'- being stirred up bv reckless
andlsta. it realizes that the
"l>( has come for a definite policy.
Al the same time it appreciates the
'act. although it may not be will-
admit, that at a time when
I of the world is engulfed by
lC depression Palestine i.s
actually in need of fresh manpowei
hit that the A. A. U. resolution
might encourage anti-Semitism in
this country among the youth who
would resent being barred from the
Olympics because Of the Jew... Rl -
gardless of the action of the
American Olympic Association it is
believed that the original A. A. U
resolution Is still effective and is in
Itself sufficient to bar the majority
of Americans from participating In
he Olympic prom-am. independent
of the A. o. A American athletic
officials have acted in the best
sportsmanship traditions which
recognize neither race creed ii"i
COloi II Germans remains stub-
born the American team will
ihe Olympic! it thej are held In
Berlin. And it is even more likely
Semites broke out in Bucharest
Constanza, Vlad and Slbiu. In Con-
stanza, the Cuzists staged a street
battle with the police led by the
police perfect. One Cu/ist was kill-
ed. In Vlad the Iron Guards seized
the city hall.
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
Mr... Lou Wotty was hostess at a
benefit supper held at her home on
Sunday evening. The supper was
well attended and Mrs. Wolly de-
serves special credit for her until'-
fOrts.

Miss Rebecca Berman has just
returned from a short business trip
New Vork.

Miss Hilda Caplin was hast.
an. informal gathering held at her
home on Tuesday evening. Bridge
and dancing was enjoyed during
ti.....vening and refreshments were
d Among those invited were
the Misses Tlioba Solomon. Ethel
a.w that the games will he hi! ed ^^ ^^ Saf(ij._ ,.,.,,,,,. ^
:i: other country unless Oer- ^ ^^ Bmnan
many radically alters its attitude ,
Mrs. Benny Cohen lelt Monday
forPhiladelphla after spendlni
eral weeks in Orlando.
Two Publishers
and Hitler
The American reading public will
hail with greal atl faction the ac-
tion of the John Day Company in
cancelling publication ol a schedul-
ed volume "i speeches bv Adolf Hit-
ler because it is too near stt
Nazi propaganda. The John Day
Company ha<> announced the book The business meeting was followed
on ^ basts of incomplete copy but by a social hour.
The regular bi-monthly meetinu
of the B'nai B'rith. Lodge 1043. was
held on Tuesday evening in the
vestry roms of the synagog. The
meetinu was devoted to the annual
.lection of officers.
The names of the new officers
will be announced at a later date.
groping, groping tor that which will
assauge his loneliness.
The love of home folks will no'
fill the place of friendship
There must be friends with whom
to share life's joys, both great and
small.
In times of grief and trouble,
there must be at least one friend
to whom the human heart may
turn for sympathy and understand-
ing. Fortunate, indeed, is he who
i.s that friend. Life can offer him
no greater tribute. He responds to
the call, at whatever worldly cost
to himself, and counts it not. Did
he consider it "cost." he would not
be worthy- -and the tribute would
not be offered.
Understanding of the value of
friendship grows with the years. It
is older people who realize its full
meaning. It is one of the compen-
sations of old age.
ther nine nor distance counts
n friends. They may live
Nothing depresses a Florida win-
ter resort man as much as the
news that the situation in Cuba is
getting worse.
A Chicago judge advocates show -
ing motion picture., ol executions to
criminals to "prevent first offenders
lrom becoming repeaters." The San
Jose kidnapers, also, would have
warmly favored this procedure in
preference to the one that was
used.
Palestine Prosperity Hindered
Hindered By Labor Shortage
'Continued from page 1)
Dr. So and So. a celebrity, was
putting on his shoes one morning.
F. C. relates, and required assist-
ance. Having neglected his grape-
fruit diet, the worthy Doctor has
grown prodigously in a horizontal
direction, and, as the saying is,
carries all before him." A pro-
longed effort to reach his shoe laces
having resulted in tailure, he called
his wife.
She tied the laces for him but
remarked spicily. "What you need
is a valet."
"A valley a valley? You're
right," he ie.ponded. "I need a
valley where my mountain I
The successful borrower
redit lor his efforts.
gets
The best way to beat a pool
... a good one.
ish Immigration and enterprise in
inc. In this connection the
following quotation from the Near
East and India, the semi-official Man Is compelled to work for
publication of the British Colonial ",!:.< some Othei
Office, is very significant: "The on- ------------
looker knows that Jewish capi-
tal and Jewish immigration have
raised the standard of life of the
Arabs, have introduced industries
which give employment to Arabs
and. in general, have laid the foun-
dations for developments, of which
Arabs will share the benefits, that
the Arabs, left to themselves, could
not have anticipated for genera-
tions."

cold it takes a drop of mercury for
it.
A physician may .-peak but
language and yet be familiar with
many toncues.
A matinee girl say., the goins out
of men between the acts is far less
objectionable than the coming back.


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Friday, December 8, 1933
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Haiti S^ttagng Sullrtin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
dcr nd Dirtetor, Kaiiio Bynagog of Amtrlca
Sunday Mokninls VIOD, Miami, I lokiua
No. 12
Vol. III.
SIXDAV, DECEMBER 3. 1938
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"Murder For The Glory of God"
scripture Reading. Dent, chapter xxiv. verm 1-5. toclurive and
Mark. Chapter X. ver-cs 2-!. inclusive.
I believe that it 1.- sufficiently well established that 1 have no quarn I
lous denomination. 1 grant to every man th.' freedom ol
.:-.d of his mode of worship, because 1 reserve the
1 do believe, however, that religious teachings
Id b.- inculcated so that the follower.- of the particular creed do not
du-honor to the name of God and di-strace to the denomination to
hey subscribe. The Sage of the Talmud who Mated that
:: would fear Him a.- much as they do public opinion
int of the nature ot man. He knew for exactly what he
& for what he Mill Is.
Ir port of the murder case now prominent in thi
Ol the nation, the prosecutor listed several motives lor
imitted, according to the indictment, by a mother-in-law.
tession, since repudial
, m subscribed to a religious
motion divorce. The prisoner's son could, then -
not be rreed from the wife ot whom he had tired, by any court
a,... pave the way for what she believed her
om way of eliminating the obstacles, her
was by murdi rii I wife. The mte-
I woman had not the conscience to violate her (lunch's rule with
(i to divorce. But. si ItailCy to violate the SiXtl
Commandment. 8he letectlon She chanced Gods wrath. But
.mid not risk condemnation by fellow members of her church
should her ek and secure a civil decree of divorce. She committed
murder for the glory of God. It appeared to her that God would be out-
the thought of divorce. Murder was a minor offense as com-
pared to divorce.
Socletj even that portion of it that does not subscribe to the creed
of the accused woman'.- church, is partly guilty of many murders.de-
d and undetected For some unexplainable reason there appear- to
ma attached to the divorced man and womanin the minds of
iccuslng finger Is pointed at them; slanderous wag-
tongues find bits of gossip: and certain quartei il oclety ostracise
: similar nature. A mnnister poi.-oned hi
he might be free to marry another woman. Surely he knew thi
act Why did he not sue for divorce? Because society-
would havi 1 indemned him. Hi chose rather to offend God than to fall
into the mouths of gossips. Had he escaped detection he would have
stood before the Heavenly Tribunal foi That appeared a lesser
than through life on earth suffering from public opinion.
The Halls-Mills case of a decade ago had similar complications. Murder
ed lea dlstai teful than divorce.
I repeat that every man and woman should hold to the tenets of his
sr her faith. B religion recommends murder to its adher-
r man cowardice that prompts him to seek to escape the tor-
tures of mlsmatlng without subjecting himsell to the tortures of con-
|i mnation and ostracism. Murder appears the only way out. if detection
and punishment can be eliminated. To violate God's law is preferable to
violating a dictate of society. God can understand, society, never. Such
Is the reasoning of the murderer. But. such is not the principle of re-
ligion. I call such crime- Murder for the glory of God". And. God's
will in the matter appears to be represented by the dictate of the church.
Poor, misguided fools!
Again. I repeat, that I have no quarrel with any religious denomina-
tion, but. I should like to impress upon all people that man's interpreta-
tion of the Word of God is theology.not religion. The Old Testament
leaves no doubt in our minds concerning the propriety of divorce. As a
Jew. the New Testament does not exist for me to regulate my actions.
But. as a student. I take the liberty of analyzing the verses in Mark
which I read just before the sermon.
Jesus Is quoted as saying concerning the Torah's permission of
divorce. "For the hardni a heart he 1 Moses 1 wroti you this pre-
cept." I ask. "Ha- mar..- heart changed? Ha. : ned any? Ha.- human
nature undergone an appreciabU change?" The answer can be only "No!"
Further on we read "What therefore God hath joined together, let not
man put asunder." I could. ev< n a. a Jew. subscribe to that, were it so In
fact. But. when a couple want to marry they dare not let God join them
together. That is immoral, we say. They dare not live together as man
and wife without the sanction of the state and the church. They, there-
fore, go to man to permit them to be man and wife, to be joined to-
r. What ls more natural then, than that the same couple should
turn to man to put them asunder? Judaism, orthodox Judaism, does not
consider a civil marriage ceremony all-sufficient. Nor does it recogl
civil divorce decree as complete without the ritual divorce, the Get. And,
make no mistake about it. While Judaism permits divorce, it does not
hold it In light (teem. The Get or bill of divorce which tears asunder
the sacred bonds of marriage Ls the most important document in Jewish
jurisprudence. The responsibility connected with the office of
orthodox Rabbi is the Get. Divorces are not lightly obtained though the
for dissolving the union are many. As an example of the attitude
of the Rabbis I wish to quote but one Talmudic passage;"He who puts
away the wife of his youth, for Him the very tone* of Gods altar weep."
A member of one of my congregations in a northern communitj
a man who, I knew, was a Talmid Chochom.a scholar, had a wife who
was a veritable shrew, a termagant. He came to me once and said that
he wanted to divorce her. I said to him, "But, Mr. A., you surely know
that vour act will cause the stones of the Mizbeach. the alter, to shed
tears." "Yes." was his reply. "I know. But, better that they should weep
than that I should."
This case in Chicago Is one where the crime was detected. But. we
have no wav of knowing how many similar crimes escape detection.
Crimes in which the guilty perpetrator chooses rather to defy God than
to defv public opinion. In this case the mother-in-law's statement that
I her religion forbids divorce was a smoke-screen to hide her cowardice
her fear of incurring the displeasure of the community in which sh
lived, the fellow members of her church. Had she been truly God-fearing
she would not have taken a human life.
It Is wrong to create laws which humankind cannot obey. It is dis-
astrous to hem man in with rules which he must break by virtue of his
inherent nature. Yes. "the hardness of your heart." if you will. But, do
not shut your eyes to the hardness of the heart. Take cognizance of it
and prescribe accordingly. Man still fears public opinion more than he
does God and His law-. Given a choice, or, pressed to make a choice, he
the unknown danger in preference to the one that stares him in
he race, Man knows the pain- accompanying society's ostracism, scorn,
and muendos. The religious threats of future punishment and damnation
he has not experienced. He risks those, Religious instruction fails of Its
purpose when it fails to reckon with man and the "hardness of heart."
Your boiler will explode if you have not provided an escape valve for tin
1 -team. When you Close mans avenue of escape from an unpleasant
situation he is bound to break through at some point. The innocent
suffer as a result. Irreparable damage is done. A life has been taken [I
can not be restored.
To you. among my audience, who are members of a church which
(i<- not sanction divorce. I say, "By all means, adhere to your faith. If
it i.- your belief and the teaching of your church, abide by it. But. you
will need to rid your hearts ol its hardness. Do not take your religion
lightly. When you find yourselves in a position of dangerous temptation,
consult your spiritual adviser. Do not set yourself up as a judge of the
relative merits of laws."
Murder for the glory of God went out of date when barbariani.-m
passed. It Ls no longer considered good taste to slay human beings as
sacrifices. It Ls no longer considered good form to kill your father's child
in the belief that it affords him pleasure. God. our common Father, loves
all lils children. He Ls not glorified by murder.
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SOCIETY

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Mrs. H. I. Mauid. membership
chairman, reported 44 new mem-
:. vt,ar at a meeting of Miami chap-
ter. National Council of Jewish
Friday afternoon at the
Halcyon hotel. The membership tea
m January was announced.
Mn Mark Max. scholarship
in, Introduced Alvin Cassel,
io whom 'he council has awarded
hip. MLs.s Faye Sheldon.
hi the .Junior Council, ex-
haled reetings from her group.
Mi Morris Dubler, immigrant
chairman, reported excellent re-
sults In ihe immigrant work done
by the council. Mrs. Charles Green-
Held, social chairman, announced a
daisy chain lund to which all coun-
cil members have been asked to
join Mi. Albeit Son announced the
Ing ot classes In contract
proceeds to go toward the
treasury. The next meeting will
Dr. A. Lustgarten
Announces the re-opening
of offices ;it
403-406 Olympia Bldg
Phone 3-339]
i
Miami Beach offic<
residence
761 Washington Ave.
Phone 5-3985
and

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PAID ON
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earnings i.s the mast
and secure road to
ial independence.
an account NOW .
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the result of thLs pro-
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v"' One Ever Lost a Dollar
1 < Principal or Interest in a
Morris Plan Bank."
THE
MORRIS PI AN
COMPANY
of Miami
VINCENT It. BRICE
Manager
I0B N. E. Firs! Ave
Miami, Florida
: i :
!al-' Place December 27. A board
meeting Is scheduled for Wo
das morning, December 13 Public
speaking class will tneel at Mrs
Greenfield's home at 2:30 p, m
Friday,

Miss Mii mented her sister, Miss Sylvia Drel-
sen al an Informal tea las) Sunday
at then- home, 843 s. w. 1:1th ave.
Miss Dreisen's engagement to
Nat L. Williams. Miami attorney,
was recently announced.
Those assisting the hostess were
Miss MUlicent Rubin. Miss B<
Besvinlck, Miss Eleanor Sheldon
and Miss Beatrice Ooldenblank.
Next Sunday evening December
10th Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor a Chanuka dinner at the
Talmud Torah beginning promptly
it 6:30 p. m. Addresses will be de-
Ivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro, and
Stanlej c. Myers president 01 tin
Congregation, Mrs Meyer Schwartz
president oi the Sisterhood will be
toastmaster. In chargi ol arran -
ments Is a committei hi aded by
Mrs. J. Bngler, who Is being a
d by Mesdames L, Levins, H. Oh-
phant, Lewis Brown, 1. Hayman 1
Hart/. Morris Dubler, E. Gordon
S. Schwartz. M J, Kopelowitz, S
(' Myer.-. B Kandei. I Fun. and
Mrs m. Scheinberg with whom
teservations should be mad' for
ihi.s event

A regular meeting ol Senior Ha-
dassah will be held at the Acacia
club on Monday, December 11th.
beginning at 2:30 p, m. preceded by
1 meeting ol the Executive Board
at 1 o'clock. The miest speaker of
the evening will be Mr. h. Braun-
stem who will speak on "Jewish
Education." A musical program will
l) presented All members are urg-
ed to attend and brinu their
n lends with them.
Albert Kahn the son ol Mr and
Mrs Oscar Kahn entertained a
number of hi.s juvenile friends last
Saturday at his home In celebration
ol ins fifth birthday Game: were
d and prizes wen' awarded to
the winners During the afternoon
a delicious ice course was served
Among the guests were Eugene Hei-
man. Fred Diamond. Dorm Kaler.
Barbara Samet, Leonard Kaler.
Richard Dodge, Alvm Samet Pi
ay Kobe Franklin Nankin, Lovey
Friedman and Mary Canahan.
PLAYING AT THE I dergoes an interesting character de-
'III AVE. THEATRE j velopment as the bedraggled cafe
1 waitress who Ls rescued from a
watery grave by Montgomery and
who subsequently becomes one of
Manhattan's most pampered play-
girls.
The committee 11, charge of the
Chanuka Dinner sponsored tor the
bi neflt of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau and donated by Mr. Mark Max
met at the home of Mrs. Bertha B.
Lew Wednesday when announce-
ment was made that 100 reserva-
tions had already been received for
this .vent which will be held at the
Ponce De Leon Hotel on December
24th. With only sixty more reser-
vations passible those desiring to
attend are urged to communicate
with Mrs. Bertha B. Levy immedi-
ately,

The Physical Culture Class under
the direction of Mrs. Bertha B
Levy will hold its first party oi the
current season al her home next
Monday evening, December 11th.
beginning at 8 o'clock. The public
is welcome to attend The proci d.
Ol the nominal charges made fot
admission to the daily classes are
all devoted to the work ol the
Jewish Welfare Bureau.

Committee appointments for the
coming year for the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation were an-
nounced by Milton Werner, presi-
dent, as follows: Ways and Means,
P Merkow itz. Nat Bluinberg and
Max Mlntzer. Service commi'n
J. L. Shochet. P. Berkowitz and J.
Greenberg. Membership M. Rappa-
port. M. Mintzer and N. Adelman.
House committee, H. m Drevich,
Max Mintzer and Harry Seitlin.
Finance committee P. Berkowitz,
H. M. Drevich. Education. Jos.
Greenberg, J. L. Shochet and Harry
Seitlin. Committees will meet to
:"_1 li R ST? aaTiT'
Hy a.' iiyi OR I tvy"*" I
la^^ki^taO^^i^SL^^^^L
Sh*l 0:1.1 and !>:IW> p. JH.
Mrs. Lillian Haas ol Spin.
Ma arrived here tins week to
pend the winter with her cousin
Mrs H Bhulman ol this city,
* *
The children ol the Sunday
school ol the Miami Jewish Orthi -
... Ci n n fttion will be seen In the
Chanuka play "Hannah and He
S >ven Sons' al thi Syna [ogue oi
u,e ci on Sundaj
ning, December nth a musical
,n and songs by the childi n
will be presented during the 1
num. The play Is being coached by
Miss Pauline Lasky ol the Sund.r
chool staff, and thi entire pro-
gram ,.s m chargi I Rabbi Juliu
Wash) 1 oi the Congregation
REGINALD DENNY
Word has just been received of
the death m Jacksonville last Tues-
day of Mrs. Ehrenkrantz, aged 80,
a lonu time resident of that City.
Interment was In the Jewish cemc-
tery there she leaves surviving her
Mrs Rose Grossman and Mrs
TOble Stem ot New York. Mrs lien
Siegel ol Orlando. Mrs. Jesse Wein-
traub, Mr.- Dora Sotorenko. and
Mrs J Senter all ol Jacksonville.
Sam Ehrenkrantz ol Providence.
Mi 1. Silver and Mi. A Pepper
both ol Miami I la

William Barber is a patient at
the Jackson Memorial h
and visitors would be apreciated
Mr J Mlrkln ol Springfield v. ho
Isiting Mrs M Pallotl return-
id to her home 'his week after a
-hurt stay here

Lasl Saturdaj morning Samuel
Patterson the son ot Mr, and Mi.
Jot Patterson was Bar Mitzva a'
the Beth David Synagogue, He re-
cited the Haftoro and delivered a
speech in English following which
hi was addressed by Kabbi Sha-
piro oi the Congregation The pa-
m re hosts to tin 1 eveial hun-
dred worshippers immediately after
the services. Sunday evening the
parents were hosts a' a reception
in their home.
-
The Eppes Essen Restaurant oper-
ated by Herber' Snowe. bettei
known to Greater Miamians as
"Herby" will reopen for the current
n at 701 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach today Dairy, vegetarian and
complete dinners will be served un-
der his personal supervision in the
beautifully arranged and decorated
dining room Morris Fields of New
York will manage and popular
prices win prevail.
*
Th ''' ''' ''
I Kin Auxiliary will operate it-
own Rummage store at 167 N. W
Fifth street in the heart of the
local Jewish hsopping center to
arry on the work oi
reeding and clothing the Jewish
destitute and dependent 111 Miami
ah desiring to help along this lm-
ire urged to contri-
bute i: n 'o this organi-
zation which is not connected with
any oher a' this time
Sunday 20t till 6:30 I". M.
Sunday-Monday, Dec 10-11
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I Phone
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., glittering pano-
rama ol New York life from B it
. i j park to Harlem. "Made on
Broadv mes to the I
Theatre nexl Sunday and Monday
with Robert Montgomery and
Eilers. two ot the sereins iim-t
popular younger players, co-starred
for the first time.
Monl i merj is aid to have an-
nlgh-speed comedy role as
Jeff Bidwell. super-fixer, "wise
guy" and debonair gambler who
hoodwink.- society and reaps a har-
vest on Broadway Miss Eller.s 1111-


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THE JEWISH FLOR IDI AN
Friday. December 8, 1933

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Tampa, Fla.
Notes
MlSS Berk Buchman entertained
;ii a bunco party Sunday afternoon
Dec. 3rd. at her home, 5114 Central
Ave., in celebration of her birthday
anniversary The rooms were deco-
rated with red and white rosebuds
arranged In bouquets with baby-
breath and she was assisted by her
mother Mrs. J. M. Buchman.

Prof, J. Weil, of the University ot
Florida. Mrs Weil, and son Marvin.
the week end In Tampa, while
here attended the Maryland and
the University of Florida football
game.
*
Miss Rosa Freeman and Mrs. Rus-
sel Bernheim entt named Jointly
Thursday evening, Dec 7th. at the
oi Mrs Bernheim's mother.
Ml Wm Weber. 802 W. Francis
Ave.. for Mis.- Ruth Weber who has
ly announced ement
to Mr Manuel Buchman and will
: sometime this month.
was a lingerie shower
and Miss Weber was the recipient
ttj gifts.

Rabbi Adolph Burger will .peak
on "For the Sake oi Joseph" at the
Friday evening services Dec. 8th. at
h p m 8er Saturday
morning at 9 a. m. Sunday School
Sunday morning at 10 a. m
and Hebrew school daily. The Tem-
ple is on the coiner of Palm and
m Stieets and Is con
live. Visitors are always welcome.
A Chanukah play 1- bi ing pre-
pared by Rabbi A. Burger, of
Rodoph Sholom Temple Children
ling the Sunday School are
taking par; in It, The name
play is 'Something Different" and
will be presented at the Temple
Sunday evening. Dec. 17th. at 8
p. m.

The Men's Club of Rodoph Bho-
lom Congregation will have a meet-
ing Sunday evening. Dec. 10th. at
8 p. 111. Mr. Samuel Fein berg Es-
quire, will be the principal speaker
and for his subject has selected the
jew as a Citizen."

Milton Bokor was elected presi-
dent of the Dictators Club at the
ir meeting recently. Other new
officers are Sol Guterman. vice
president: Si Roscnbloom secretary;
Sam Abramovitz, treasurer. Com-
mittees for the new term will be
appointed al the next meeting.
The Dictators are plannim
1 ral affairs fi r the winter
the first ol which will be a theatei
eld next week. The
boys meet at thi Y M H A club-
( HOI 111)
Gainesville, Fla,
I Wi II attend) d by visitors and
from all part.- ol the state.
the Homecoming festivities ol rau
:: Phi. national Jewish social
nity wi re recently staged In
Gainesville as the climax ol the
social activities ol the year The
activities included besides the foot-
ame between Florida and Au-
burn, an Informal dance at the fra-
ternity hou.-e Friday nighl and a
Iven al the Twen-
tieth Century Club of Oaim
Saturday night.
There w< re over a hundred
Ing the 1 unctions of this Jew-
ish fraternit] at the University ol
da.
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It's rather strange for one who
comes from the metropolis of the
World, its hustle and bustle, to ac-
custom himself to the vagaries of
small town gossip and "Yatke-
Oass" talk. However, it's somewhat
enjoyable and at least a change
from the humdrum of every day
Southern life.
A trip to Fifth street, in Miami.
and I see the home made signs,
blatantly proclaiming "local killed
mi al i" 111 front Of the Jewish
butcher .-lores inquiry develops the
tact that there is a price war on.
but tin re's no Sign o; any kind that
the people are even remotely in-
terested Further down the
-'reel, m a .-lure that makes no
bone.-, of selling Treifah meats,
more Jev wi n present than In the
three butchi 1 -tores combined. Oh
yes. there's a difference ol several
.1 pound 111 the price. So
"Kosher," nit Kosher, What's thi
differeno Chi lilol '
YOU ini'ei a "Shoched" and laik
to him. Due- lie line the Rabbi
Men dank' Gotl that one can get
away from him 1 he the only one
thai feels that way? Cholilo!
A trip to Miami's most glorious
hotel de luxe, Down on Southwesl
Second Street where all the
toun-ts'' are greeted
arms and welcomed to the bosom
ol the family, And when one dis-
cusses conditions with them. jobs.
. Just a shrug ol the shoulders
. work? Cholilo
Across tin causeway and then
. things are humming Price
war- galore Kashrus battles.
ol course "No non-kosher foods
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S M Mactel, founder and
director ol the Radio Synagog, will
preach over wiod al ten o'clock
on Sunday morning on The Miracle
Of Chanukah. Suspended Anima-
tion." In addition to the sermon
there will be prayers, music, scrip-
ture reading, and a question box.
***<^4-s Thrilling
as Strange JPerfumel
Monday and Tuesday
Dec. 11-12th
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PHONE 1 1171
Cradle Song
Was Stage Hit
a poignant story of mother love
behind convent walls, as unusual
as it is touching, comes on Monday
and Tuesday to the Paramount
Theatre. It is 'Cradle Song," and
has been adapted from the stage
i play by G. M. Martinez Sierra.
1 which made a profound impression
on New York when presented by
Eva Le Gallienne and her Civic
Repertory Company In 1927.
Dorothea Wieck, star of Me 1
may be sold on the same premises
where there is a kosher butchei
store." a visit to seven ol them re-
veals Jello Kosher? Cholilo
Clam Chowder Kosher? Cho-
lllo Delicatessen Koshi
lilo. Oysters Shrimp W
the use?
Gossip? The undertaking p
...on Ci mi U 1 les I
business all a method to
ones own gains, Lishmo C
Gatherings to save th
caii to protect the Jewish nami
... to work for the Coiiiimin;
sincerely? Cholilo.
Would I tell you my name
CHOLILO.
chen in Uniform.'' is presented in
her first American starring picture
Miss Wieck was offered a Para-
mount contract as a result of her
brilliant work in the European pic.
ture and came to this country ex-
pressly to play the part of "j0.
anna" in Martinez Sierra's drama
of frustration behind convent walls
In "Cradle Song," Dorothea
Wieck epitomizes the mother-love
of all womankindits Joy at fulfil-
ment, Its heartbreak and ai
when the loved one is lost forever
As a sister in a convent, Joanna
longs for the motherhood that l-
every woman's heritage but which
Is denied her by her vows H
knows no bounds when a b
left at the convent, and she 1 per-
mitted to take care of it. Th'
la- teels the child l.s 1.
and lavishe- all her love and
ion on it. When the girl .
and falls in love with a
man. .Joanna must decide 9
to hold her in the convent
lease her. The decision she
is the c Umax Of the story.
Bi ai'.- Dorothea Wieck
include- Evelyn Venable. a new-
comer to the films from
Hampden's distinguished di
company, Kent Taylor. Sir 1
Standing and Louise Die
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