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

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

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

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wJewisti floridiati
Vol. C. No. 52
Jewish News
Around The
World
I I.OR]DA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1933
I.urnIon Jewish Chronicle Banned
In Germany
New York.The London Jewish
Chronicle has been banned through-
out Germany "on account of its
general tendency." according to
word received at its New York of-
fice. The Chronicle has received
wide praise for its comprehensive
coverage of the German-Jewish
situation.
Price Five Cents
UjUiA
! Announcements!
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(OrthorioD
I54S S. W. Third Street
JULIl'S WASHER. Rabbi
2,006 Pledge Intensified Boycott On
German Madical Products
New York.Intensification of the
tt against German drugs,
mi dlclnes and medical instruments
wa pledged at a meeting of 2.00';
doctors, dentists and pharmacists
held at the Hotel Pennsylvania un-
der the auspices of the Allied Den-
tal Council. James W. Gerard.
former ambassador to Germany,
urged the Jews to continue the boy-
cott and said if it is made strong
and vigorous the Nazis "will yield
and some proposal will come from
the other side" to save German
Jewry, Other speakers warned Jews
to be on guard against yarmel-kahs
mid Chanukah candles made in
Germany.
I I i n i Jewish Capital But Not
Zionist*
B'nai B'rith jSenior Hadassah
Holds Conference At Dinner Dance
Jerusalem.Emir Abdullah of
Transjordania is not opposed to
permitting Jewish capital to come
Into his country because it will bene- .
fit the poor Arab peasants, he told I
a correspondent of the Hebrew
paper, Doar Hayom. The Emir said,
however, that Zionists could not
come into Transjordania until they
had reached an agreement with the
Arabs in Palestine.
Khaki Shirt Chief to Kill All Jews
In I'nited States
New York.Because Art J. Smith
"Commanding General of the Khaki
Shirts of America." had threatened
to "kill all the Jews in the United
States" unless his bodyguard.
Samuel Z. Wein. a Philadelphia
Jew. helped to railroad Athas Ter-
xani, anti-Fascist, for the murder
of Antonio Fierro. another anti-
Fascist, during a Khaki Shirt meet-
ing last July, Wein turned state's
i vidence at Terzani's trial and bis
testimony was largely instrumental
in the acquittal of the young anti-
Fascist.
Wein. a former "major-general"
(it the Khaki Shirts, who had previ-
ously told the Grand Jury that Ter-
zani had fired the fatal shot, ad-
mitted at the trial that he had lied
because of Smith's threat. Then he
told the court that the actual slay-
i r was a man by the name of
Prank Moffer. Wein's testimony re-
vealed that he had become con-
n nee-stricken last August and
confided in Leon Melzer, president
of the Philadelphia branch of the
American Jewish Congress, who put
Mm. in touch with the Terzani de-
fense committee, which was head-
fd by Arthur Garfield Hays.
Attended by several hundred
delegates and members, the first
interstate conference of District
Lodge No. 5 Bnai Brith held in
Miami opened its sessions at the
Elks Club last Sunday afternoon.
Invocation was offered by Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Is- 1
rael and was followed by the open-
ing address of Rabbi David I. Ros-
enbloom of Beth Jacob Cong. Miami
Beach. Chairman of the Confer-
ence Committee. Judge Fromberg
of Charleston. S. C. responded
briefly on behalf of the District
Grand Lodge. M. Feldman president
of the West Palm Beach Lodge
spoke as did Harry Sinionhoff. W.
L. Williams president of the Miami !
Lodge. Nat L. Williams secretary
Of the local Lodge. Isaac Levin, Mr.
Levy Of Ashland, WLs., a member
of more than fifty years of the or-
der. The concluding remarks were
made by Dr. Leon Banov president
of District Grand Lodge No. 5. The
appointment of the resolutions
committee consisting of Isaac Levin.
Max Rappaport, h. m. Drevich,
Boris Schlachman. J. Levy and
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom marked
the adjournment of the first ses-
sion.
At 8 o'clock the mass meeting of
the conference began with the in-
vocation by Rabbi Max Shapiro of
Beth David. Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom was chairman and introduc-
ed the speakers of the evening who i
Included Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan.
Samuel M. Machtei. Max Shapiro,
and Julius Washer, and Adolph
Freund the oldest living member of
Bnai Brith, Dr. Leon Banov district
Grand Lodge president delivered
the message of the conference and
the principal address of the evening
was made by Judge Joseph From-
berg of Charleston, S. C. who elo-
quently pictured conditions through-
out the world and urged the neces-
sity for the building of a stronger
Bnai Brith.
Monday morning resolutions were
adopted by the Committee on reso-
lutions which were read at the lun-
cheon and final session of the con-
terence at the Palatial Kosher Res-
taurant Monday afternoon. The in-
vocation at the luncheon was given
by Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the
Radio Synagog. Mr. I. Levin a past
president of the local Bnai Brith
Lodge was toastmastcr and intro-
duced all the local Rabbis who
spoke briefly. Dr. Leon Banov and
ins son as well as Judge Fromberg
delivered the final addresses of the
session with a pledge to bring the
1934 Bnai Brith Convention to
Charity Dinner
Is Great Success
Final plans for the gala New
Year's eve dinner of the Senior
Chapter of Miami Hadassah to be
held at the Blackstone Hotel, Miami
Beach, Sunday evening, December
31st, beginning at 10 p. m. include
novelty entertainment by Dolores
Del Vizo who will be seen in Span-
ish dance numbers; several Russian
dances featuring a number of the
In (lancers seen recently, and a
"Study in Bronze" by one of the
foremost dance groups in the Great-
er Miami area. Dancing will be en-
joyed to the tunes of music furnish-
ed by a well known orchestra and
evi iv effort is being made to make
the event one of the outstanding
affairs of the winter season. Reser-
vations at S3.50 per plate should be ,
made immediately with either Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff chairman of the j
arrangements committee phone 2-
5047 or Mrs. Max Dobrin president
of Hadassah phone 21387. Indna-
tions show that one of the largest |
crowds to attend any Jewish affair
will be present.
Emunah Chapter
Will Install
More than 150 guests attended
the benefit dinner sponsored for
the Jewish Welfare Bureau at the
Ponce De Leon Hotel last Sunday
evening, the total proceeds of which
were donated to the organization
by Mr. Mark Max who was the
donor of the dinner. The invocation
was offered by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan of Temple Israel. Mr. Sam
Blank chairman of the general
committee was toastmastcr and in-
troduced the speakers who includ-
ed Mr. Philip Liberman president
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau and
Mr. Stanley C. Myers who delivered
the principal address of the eve-
ning. Vocal selections were given by
Mrs. Barney Kraft who was ac-
companied by Miss Mildred Green-
berg at the piano and several piano
selections were played by Miss
Qreenberg during the evening, in
charge of arrangements were Me.s-
dames Bertha B. Levy. Rose Miles,
Herbert E. Kleiman, J. A. Rlchter,
Julius Simpson. I. Levin. Henry
Bulbin. and Meyer Schwartz.
The early services this evening
begin at 4:30 p. m. with the late
services at 8:30 when the Rabbi
will preach on "Social Justice." He
will also speak briefly on the work
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Sat-
urday morning services begin at 9
a. m. with the Mincha services at
4:30 p. m. when Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei will be the host at Shalosh Sau-
dah.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Waihinnton Ave.. Miami Reach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
The usual early services begin at
4:30 with the late services follow-
ing at 8 p. m. when Rabbi Rosen-
bloom will preach on "The Jewish
Conception of Charity" stressing
the needs of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau. Cantor Boris Schlachman
will chant the traditional service.
Saturday mornine services begin at
8:30 when the Rabbi will preach a
sermon in Yiddish on the weekly
Biblical portion. Shalosh Saudah
will follow Mincha at 4:30 p. m.
The public installation of the re-
cently elected officers of Emunah
Chapter O. E. S. will be held Mon-
day evening. January 1st, at the
Scottish Rite Temple beginning at
8 p. m. Mrs. Nancy Rickard will be
the installing officer. Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Congregation
will offer the invocation. A musical
program will be presented during
the evening under the direction of
Clara Holden. Those to be installed
are Lena Simon worthy matron. Al-
bert Bacher worthy patron. Clara
Fine associate matron, William
Friedman associate patron, Olga
Schwartz conductress, Peggy Palm-
er associate conductress, Josephine
Lobazin chaplain, Lillian Friedman
marshal. Ida Schwartz as Ada. Mat-
tie Kuperberg as Ruth. Marie Es-
kenazi as Esther, Nellie Hahn as
Martha, Lillian Beckwitt as Eleeta.
Janice Friedman organist. Bert
Green warder, and Wm. Hahn sen-
tinel. The public Is invited to at-
tend.
Convention Plans
To Be Decided
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
< Reform >
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Friday evening services begin at
8:15 with Jacob Landau president
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
as the guest speaker. He will tell of
conditions in Germany which he
recently visited using as his subject
"Germany as I Saw It." Rabbi Dr.
Kaplan will speak on the work of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau as will
Mr. Harry I. Magid.
Miami provided the local Lodge
would show intensive work and a
decided increase in the member-
ship. Cantors Boris Schlachman
and Louis Hayman sang during the
afternoon's ceremonies. With the
benediction offered by Rabbi Julius
Washer the conference was finally
adjourned.
An important meeting of the
Miami Convention Committee for
the Conference of Orthodox and
Conservative Rabbis and laymen of
Florida will be held next Tuesday
evening beginning at 8 p. m. at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion 1545 S. W. 3rd st. The confer-
ence will be held in Miami January
21st and 22nd and the different ses-
sions will be held in Beth David
Synagogue, the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation and the Beth
Jacob Synagogue. Miami Beach.
Plans include the delivery of a
number of addresses by Rabbis of
Florida and by prominent laymen
of Florida and the Unit*! State: A
banquet will be held the night of
the first day of the convention.
t4PSlVmJ
Among the Rabbis who read pa-
pers during the Conference are
Rabbi S. M. Machtei on "The Im-
portance of Ceremonies". Rabbi
Max Shapiro on "The Young People
and the Synagogue". Rabbi David
I. Rosenbloom on "Kashrus". Rabbi
Morris Margolls of Jacksonville on
"Adult Education". Rabbi A. S.
Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg on "Re-
ligious Education", Rabbi Julius
Washer on "The Synagogue". Rabbi
Adolph Burger will deliver the open-
ing address.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Early services begin at 4:30 p. m.
with the late services at 8 o'clock
when the Rabbi will preach a ser-
mon on "Can Hitlensm dispense
with Judaism." The Rabbi will also
speak briefly on the work of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau during the
evening. Cantor Louis Hayman and
the choir will chant the traditional
service. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a. m. and Clarence S
Turkel nephew of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Scheinberg will be Bar Mitzva. re-
cite the blessings and deliver a
brief talk in English. The Junior
congregation will meet at 10:30 a.
m.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder
and director of the Radio Synagog.
will preach over WIOD at ten
o'clock on Sunday morning on
"Why Count Years?" In addition
to the sermon there will be prayers,
hymns, scripture reading, and a
question box.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. Dec. 29. 1933
I 1


'
Aaron J. Levy, chief justice of the
Supreme Court of New York, was
guest of honor Wednesday night at
a banquet celebrating his fifty-sec-
ond birthday in the Alamac Hotel,
Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Jacobs, owners of the hotel, were
hosts.
Among the 32 guests were Mayor
and Mrs. A. Prank Katzentine, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Liberman. Mayor
Max Schneider of Yonkers, N. Y.;
Louis Schneider and Herman Sei-
New York state senators; Leon
Sempliner, justice of the Illinois
Supreme court; their wives; Jerome
Mann and George Price. New York,
and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Miami
Beach city councilman.
The roof of the hotel was decorat-
1 cl like a courtroom in honor of
Judge Levy.

Mrs, Larry Fay will give a garden
bridge at her home. 501 Minorca
avenue, Coral Gables, in honor of
Mrs, Si Mendelsohn of New Or-
leans, formerly of Miami, at 2:30
p m. today.

Resolutions adopted at the final
session of the recent conference of
Bnai Brith included a vote of thanks
to the Jewish Floridian, the Miami
Daily Herald, the Miami Daily
for their coperatlon in re-
porting the progress 01 the proceed-
n solution of thanks to the
Miami Elks Lodge for the use ol
the Club rooms and a vote ol
! hanks to the local arrangements
committee, The principal resolution
adopted expressed the .sincere thanks
. Jewry as represented at the
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BERT WHEELER
ROBERT WOOLSEY
"Diplomaniacs"
conference to Judge Joseph From-
berg past president and Dr. Leon
Banov president of DLstrict Grand
Lodge No. 5 of Bnai Brith for their
efforts in behalf of Jewry; pledged
the support of local Jews towards
the continuation of the work of the
Bnai Brith and to the formation of
a srong local Lodge of not less than
two hundred members to carry out
Bnai Brith ideals. The resolutions
provided that a campaign for mem-
bers would be immediately inaugu-
rated and that the membership
would all be included in the Banov-
FrombrrR Bnai Brith Class". A
resolution urged the district Grand
Lodge to bring the 1934 convention
of the Order to Miami and pledged
the cooperation of local Jewry m
such efforts.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sedon are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a baby girl Muriel Sander
born on December 26th. at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mother
and baby are resting nicely.
*
Mrs. Fiances Leavitt recently i\-
Jured in an automobile accident re-
turned tO her hOOie this week from
the hospital where she had been a
patient. She is now recuperating at
her home 160 N. E. 43rd St.
The Children of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation and Tal-
mud Torali met at the Y. M. H. A.
last Sunday morning and were con-
veyed to the Hollywood Casino
v.hric the first picnic ot the season
Iven the children by the Con-
gregation. Rabbi Julius Washer was
In charge and he was aslsted by Mr,
and Mrs Philip Berkowitz, and
members ol the faculty. Games were
; layed and Ice cream, cake, candies
and dnnks were served during the
afternoon.
Beth David Bar Mitzva Boy's
Club meet.- every .Sunday morning
at 8 a. in. for services followed by
breakfast Last Sunday morning
Mi and Mrs. Stanley c. Myers were
the hosts in honor ol the Bar Mitz-
va oi their brother Pent/ Schein-
berg.
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will appreciate a gift sent them through TORCSIN
to purchaHe domestic or imported articles, AT
PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED. Your local
bank or authorized agent will glva you the neces-
sary information or accept your TORGSIN orders.
Here are some of the prices:
Flour, 6 kopeks; kasha, 14 kp.; sugar, 40
kp a kilo, (2 1/6 American Lb.) 1 Pair
of Man's shoes, 3.75 Rbl.i Ladlss' shoss.
3.70 Rbl.: Men's rubbers. 1.76 Rbl.;
Ladies' rubbers, 90 kp.; Man's suits.
7.50 Rbl.; Ladies' suits, 7.10 Rubls;
Sneakers. 40 kp.; Snap. 3 kp a place:
e,c- GcNCOAL Bf PBeyNTATIVE in U.S.A.
STORES IN EVERY CITY % AmtoT*- 261 th Ave N *
See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY W T C| A I ft I P OPEN DAILY
and SUNDAY 1VI U kJ i\ 1 J L L and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Leadership CHIEF WILLIAM McKINLBT OSCBOLA
V W. Twenty-Fifth Avenue and Sixteenth Street
(;.. Went an IIW.I.HI ST. to 27TII AVE.. Turn North
Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM
See CewbS) Hill, a Keal Seminolr Indian. Wrestle the Alligator
Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale
TO (;ET THERETake Any For-Hire Car or Drive West on Flagler
and North on 27th Avenue
PLAYING AT THE
TIVOU Till.ATM-
Mr. M. A. Kaufman formerly of
New York announces the opening
of the Plaza Restaurant 316-318
Collins ave., Miami Beach, this eve-
ning at 5 p, m. Formerly Gratz's
Restaurant the Plaza will now un-
der its new management specialize
in Hungarian Jewish cooking and
will serve delicious meals in the
lines! style. The opening will be
marked by a 12 course banquet for
which only seventy-five cents will
be charged. Breakfast, luncheon,
and dinner will be served during
the season.

The Chicago Restaurant at 451
Collins ave.. Miami Beach, will open
for the current winter season Wed-
nesday evening. January 3rd. at 5
p. m. under the management of the
famous M. erly operated Baron's restaurant m
Chicago and Miami Beach Well
known for their famous cuisine and
service they have attracted a large
and discerning clientele during their
five years ol service in Miami
Beach. A banquet dinner will mark
the opening night at no extra cost
to the patrons.
*
The Y. M. H. A. basketball team
is playing the Y. M. C. A. team at
the Y. M. C. A. gym as we go to
press for the opening game of the
season. Both teams will present
strong and well balanced fives. Mic-
key Lubel is coach manager of the
Y. M. H. A. team.
The passenger list of the S. S.
. Las Ondas. which embarks at the
Tivoll Theatre next Sunday and
Monday on a "Melody Cruise" from
New York to California, includes
one Broadway playboy in Phil Har-
ris, a giddy husband on a bender
in Charlie Ruggles. Iwo gold-dig-
ging gerties, an adorable school-
marm, a gossiping spinster, a bevy
of devastating damsels and an iras-
cible wife.
The "Melody Cruise" pursues a
course through waters infested with
music, mirth, comedy, mixups, in-
descretlons and surprises. Go on
, this gay voyage with iLs tuneful
song rhythms and its rapturous
swaying dialogue.
"Melody Cruise" is a musical pro-
duction with Innovations in rhyth-
mic dialogue. Its frivolous and spicy
| story is set to music, but lacks the
conventional routine of interrup-
tions to the continuity of the pic-
ture. In he cast, under Sandrich's
direction, are Charlie Ruggles. Phil
Harris. Orela Nissen, Helen Mack
Marjone Gateson. Florence Roberts,
June Brewster, Shirley Chambers
and Chick Chandler.
Mana-Zucca was the guest of
honor at a tea given Monday after-
noon by Mr. and Mrs. Henry De-
Castro Williams at I heir home m
Bayshore, The occasion marked the
birthday anniversary of the guest
oi honor.
The guests were received in the
living room, which was decorated
With gladioli and roses. The table
was also decorated in pink and
green.
Mana-Zucca wore a gown of pink
lace with corsage of pink rases.
Mrs. Williams wore a gown of white
lace flecked with gold.
The hostess was assisted during
the afternoon by Mrs. Jules Pearl-
man. Mrs. E. Max Goldstein. Mis.
Dale James, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis.
Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. J. A. Can-
tor and Mrs. Claude Pullen.
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Announcing the opening of
THE PLAZA RESTAURANT
HUNGARIAN JEWISH COOKING
316-318 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
(formerly Gratz Restaurant)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29th
BEGINNING AT 5 P. M.
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Friday Dec., 29, 1933
THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
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FLORIDIAN
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more than possible thai Biro Bid-
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problem ol the German-Jewish
refugees and to the tens ol thous-
ands ol other Jews In Eastern and
Central Europe who musl eml
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Vol. (i No. 52
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 89, !!:!::
Jewish Nobel
Prize Winners
The International celebration of
the lootii anniversary of the birth
oi Alfred B. Nobel, founder ol the
Nobel Prizes, on December in re-
called 'in i, ,i number of Jews
who have won these coveted honors
In medicine chemistry, physics,
literature and peace, of the 134
men and women who have received
ihe.se prizes since ioo8. m. or 13 per
cent, have been Jews. Ten of these
Jewish Nobel Prize winners have
been German Jews. Jews have won
the Nobel Prize in each of its five
divisions; sly have won II In phy-
sics, five in medicine, four in
chemistry, two in peace and one ill
literature. This Is a record of which
.lews are justl) proud, becau.se the
Jewish Nobel Prize winners have
not only done honor to the Jewish
people, bul have enhanced 'he fame
Of their native land.-. Germany,
Austria, France. Holland. Russia
and the United Slates
Biro Bidjan For
(Unman Jews
There should be more than theo-
retical interest in and discussion of
the recent invitation by Peter
Smidovich. vice-president of the
Soviet Union, to German Jews to
settle in Biro Bidjan. Far Eat tern
republic, in view of the rigid Immi-
gration policy ot Palestine and the
United States and the a.s yet un-
solved problem of German-Jewish
refugees Responsible Jewish lead-
ers should address themselves to
the Soviet Government to deter-
mine once and for all to what ex-
tent Biro Bidjan can be made
available for Jewish immigration,
how far the Soviet Union is pre-
pared to go in financing -such an
immigration and what are the eco-
nomic prospects for a major and
stable Jewish settlement there.
Lord Marley. vice-president of the
British House of Lords, has just
returned from Biro Bidjan where
he made a first-hand survey of
conditions. He reports that Biro
Bidjan can absorb substantial num-
bers of new Jewish settlers who
would be able to find real oppor-
tunities for social, political and
economic rehabilitation. From the
results thus far achieved in Biro
Bidjan it la sate to say that it is
an encouraging undertaking. De-
pite great difficulties real progress
has been made and if the above
questions can be answered authori-
tatively and with finality it Is
Whenever the German Ambassa-
dor to the United States speaks at
a gathering in this country distur-
bance usually occurs. The other
day in New York a great deal of
disorder arose at a meeting in
Madison Square Garden and many
anti-Hitlerites were ejected from
the gathering, but not until they
had had an opportunity to who was
forced to vote to support Hitler, at
htis time it must be clearly ap-
parent to the distinguished repre-
sentatives ol Herr Hitler thai Hit -
lerism in the Unied Sates is ex-
remely unpopular. We do not blame
Herr Luther for being what, he is.
He wouldn't stay In this country
for five minutes as the Ambassadoi
if he dared to say a word to offend
his master In Germany Because we
must, remember that he has no
more a mind ol his own than has
the German voter who v
to voice lo support Hitler, at the
risk of punishment, it he openly
rebelled. So Hans Luther Is only a
puppet who respond to the string;
pulled by the Nazi leader. However,
lie must be prepared to pay the
price ol being a Nazi emissary
That Is why. when he appears in
public to (ii cm (iermany, he must
risk the displeasure ol those who
tec] that the Nazi- and what they
represent Is repugnant to those
who value human rights. When Mr
Luther blindly says that sentiment
would be different toward Germany
it the whole truth were known he
is simply speaking meaningless
words. There is enough of ihi' 'ruth
known from the lint ot the Nazis
themselves to condemn them in the
name ol civilization. The time has
come when Nazi spokesmen, wheth-
er they come in muse ot ambassa-
dors or in some humbler capacity,
should realize that they cannot in-
sult the intelligence ol the Ameri-
can people by telling them fairy
stories. We know what's going on
m Germany as well as you do. Mr.
I.in In:-, and it is foolish for you to
attempt to pull 'he wool over our
eyes. II you have to tell us hall-
truths its better tar that you say
nothing, ii you insist on continu-
ing such a policy you must expect
to meet with antagonism wherever
Mill gO
Orlando, Fla.
Notes
Evelyn Meiten, and Elaine Klepper
are spending the holidays in Or-
lando.

Among 'ii<> e who visited Jai k-
SOnvllle this week were Miss Ruth
Wolly, Miss Dorothy Baker. Miss
Pearl Barer, and Willie Lleberman,
Joel Baker, Sidney Baker. Myer Sc-
gal, and Martin Segal,
#
Miss Zelda Berman and Miss
Marian Hotfman pn i tit, d i num-
ber ol dances at the New York club
on Thursday night at the Chamber
of Commerce.

Friends of Mrs. J. T. Schiff will
In' ulad to know that, she has re-
covered from her recent illness.

Miss Sylvia Roth is visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Roth.
St. Petersburg
Notes
THE
CHAii
One Saturday afternoon the rab-
bi passed Ginsberg's store and was
amazed to find it open. Thinking
that perhaps something out of the
ordinary had happened, he went in.
He found Ginsberg, the pious Jew.
showing goods to a customer. After
the latter had gone the rabbi began
io reproach Ginsberg.
"What's this. Ginsberg? Are you
doing business on Saturday?" he
asked.
"Listen rabbi." sighed Ginsberg.
"come with me a minute. Do you
see this suit marked down to $10
It costs me $15, Do you see this hat
I'm selling for fifty cents. It costs
me S1.50. Do you call this a busi-
ness? I'm giving thu Can't
a man run a charity on Shabbus?"
story."
"Thanks," said Sholom Aleich-
man. smiling. "I'll return the com-
pliment. You are the first lawyer I
ever seen with his hands in his
own pockets."
Grit, not whiskey, makes our
Navy fight, according to Secretary
Swanson. If he means spinach, it
sounds plausible.
J. Thomas Heflin is eager to re-
turn to Congress; to do his part.
Did they ever award Tom the blue
klcagle?
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will speak
on "The New Year and The Work-
able New Deal" at the services on
Friday Eve, at Congregation Bnal
i-raei. 921 9th St. No. All friends
and tourists are welcome.
Saturday morning services at ti
(''lock.
Sunday School, .Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock.
Hebrew Schol daily.
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The Card Party given by the
ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society at
he Congregation last Sunday Eve..
Dee. 24th, was well attended. Mrs.
Carroll and Mis. Reyner were the

There will be a Dinner and En-
tertainmenl on New Year's Eve.
Dec. 31st, at 7 o'clock, at the audi-
torium of Congregation Bnai Israel
021 nth St. No. All members, mend
and tourists are invited to attend.

The Judaic Council is sponsoring
a Cabaret Dance at the Florida
Hoot Garden, on Tuesday Eve..
Jan. Kith, all friends and tourist:
.ire nulled.
ai a dinni i [iven In his honor by
a croup of Jewish professional men.
shoiom Aleichem, the famoui
humorist, entertained his hosts by
telling some of his choice tales In
his own inimitable way.
All during the time the humorist
Was speaking a lawyer walked up
and down Hie room with his hands
in his DOCkl ts. Finally he stopped
and turned to Sholom Aleichem and
said:
"You are the first humorous writ-
er I have ever heard tell a funny
Alcohol Board Forgets Palestine In
Wine (Junta Imports
A quarry at Brantome iFrance)
has been in continuous operation
450 years, and no doubt supplying
French chocolate lo the forces in
many wars.
London re earchers show that hu-
man beings ate taller in the morn-
ing than at night. Jan. 2 is the time
to catch them a' their short) I I
We don't believe the three stowa-
ways found aboard Byrd's ship will
l>e any mon ol a UCCI at thi'
South Pole than they were at home
i ine admin i hai Ity thai isn't on
parade.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
w.t ihington. Palestine b Hie only
wine-exporting country to which no
quota was allocated by the Federal
Alcohol Control Administration
which issued a schedule ol import-
tor wine, champagne, rum. it in cor-
dials and liquors to eleven coun-
tries. Representatives ol Palestine
wine-growing interests in the United
states are understood to be making
representation to the government
ding a quota tor Palestine
Wine rank.- second as an export
item in Palestine's commerce
a group 0* r.
doph Sholom Temple Troop with
Scoutmaster Dan Wegman and As-
sistant Scoutmaster Harry Kotler
left Tampa in a truck about mid-
night Saturday. Dec. 23. lor Miami
The poet l- born, but the liar Is
compelled to acquire las alt
All aggressive man SOOn acquire
a reputation a- a knocker.
The selfish man. like a ball of
twine, is wrapped up in himself.
Some women think they do Ha
druggist a iavor when 'hey buy a
postage stamp.
No man has a right to expect his
wife to be a good cook unless he Is
that kind ot provider.
If good intentions could be used
tor paving material what a
it would be tor thi taxpayers.
Miss Winnie Cracowaner and
[rving Salsbury were married Wed- and Miami Beach, they went by way
Mrs. Leon Shapiro returned from
a visit to Tampa.

Mr and Mrs. Hyman Roth had
as their guests tor the weekend Mr.
and Mrs Mack Roth and children
of Daytona.

Miss Hannah Rae Berner left
Friday for West Palm Beach for an
Indefinite stay.

Harry Crannerman. of Savannah,
spent several days in Orlando.

Burnett Roth left Tuesday to
spend several days in Palm Beach
and Miami.

The ioi Club entertained on
Wednesday evening with an in-
formal dance held m the Vestry
rooms of the synagog. Music wai
furnished by Adolph Prensky and
his orchestra

The Misses Ruth Esther Rosen,
n< day morning, Dec. 20th, at 10
O'clock at the Cracowaner residence.
210 E. Park Ave by Rabbi Adolph
Burger in the presence ol members
ol their Immediate families. Both
have been complimented at a num-
ber of social functions since the
announcement of their engagement
everal weeks ami but no wedding
plans were made public.
The bride was given in manic
by her uncle, Mr. Saul Strieffer. of I Segall.
New Orleans, who came to Tampa
especially tor the wedding.
Her only sister, who returned
from Florida State College for Wo-
men, especially lor the wedding,
served a.s her only attendant.
Irving Cracowaner. brother of the
bride, attended Mr. Salsbury as
l t man. A wedding breakfast was
served before Mr. and Mrs. Sals-
bury left for their wedding trip
which will take them to his former
home in Dayton. Ohio, New York
City, and other points.
of the trail. Returning on their trip
back home they Stopped Off at Sara-
sola, visited the Ringling Art Mu-
seum, coming back thing the Ridge
section ol the state, in all. the bo\.-
were gone two nights and a day
and a good time was had by all the
scouts.
Those making the trip were Slg-
mund Moed. Sam Argintar. Phil
Haimovitz. Paul Haimovitz. Albert
Irving Pecket.. Seymour
Neuwirth, Sam Kotler. Sidney Du-
bln, Sollie Kotler. Sollie Aronovitz,
Howard Weiaman, Bernle Arono-
vitz. Sam Golden. Philip Opper
Mr. Florence Haimovitz has ar-
rived in Tampa and Is spending the
Christmas holidays with her pa-
rents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haimovitz.
2406 Watrous Ave. Miss Haimovitz.
a junior at Syracuse university,
Syracuse, N. Y.. is house chairman
for Phi Sigma Sigma soroi
Samuel H. Gottlieb. 46. prominent
in Jewish circles here, died sudden-
ly Friday morning at his residence.
1007' Tenth Ave. He had been a
resident of Tampa for 35 years.
Survivors are four sisters. Mrs. S
M. Essrig. Mrs. M. D. Weissnian
both of Tampa. Miss Rose Gottlieb
Oi New York City, and Mrs. Ed
Freedman of Scranton, Pa., and a
brother. Isadore Gottlieb, of New
York.
Funeral services were held Fri-
day afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
J. L. Reed funeral chapel. Rabbi A.
Burger, of Rodoph Sholom Temple
officiating. Burial was in Rodoph
Solem Cemetery.
it takes a woman who doesn't
know how to do a thing to do II
better than a man who knows all
about it.
Made work Is where a liouscwile
has io clean up pots and pans, after
a daughter and the high school
chums stir up a mess ol fud
Dora is perplexed about those
Christmas seals, she visited five
theaters last week without seeing
an animal act,
An inventor has perfected a think-
ing machine of new design We see
a great future for it. if it can be
crossed with the radio.
Farley found an impression rife
in Europe that the United State., i:
going to pot. Not the one with
wo chickens in i. surely.
A clam digger exploring the Well-
fleet (Mass.i sands pulled up a case
of fine champagne. Thus is exaspci
ating. if you want clams.
I've really had enough to eat,
My shoes are not quite through;
And though it's rather shabby,
My ancient coat will do.
I still could be quite happy
Just living on a dole.
But oh, I want some hyacinths
To feed my hungry soul.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday Dec. 29. 1933
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No. 2
"A Jew Soliloquizes At Christmas Time"
-iripture Rradinz. John. Chapter IV. vprv- 19-24, inclusive.
I was :'. por.dence. a few days ago. and I came
acr lied to me from Pasadena. California.a
< man. a follower of the Radio P
%o%. who ws. '.'' Coast T
and "Gentiles 01 the former
know that our Lord said 'Salvation is of the Jews' and
our objective. I may catch hold of the tail of your coat
Thl I began to soliloquize at
rung the n and
C. To St John which I read a
r. Jesus and a Samaritan woo
f Jesus are i thai may be expected to con
addressed the Samaritans. "Ye worship ye Jewj
kno The San were a ---
pec:. King ol
[ter he
Thi who
had the king of Assyi
and adopted some of the
Mosaic 1
;:rac-
tic
I t about I 1 m
no: pern
Jews. to whom Jesus add
from t :.
: "genuine Chrisi I
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tion is ol it 1
n of the year the N ii f their S
lews." I
of tion? Is it (
.: and ..
the! t of day? Are tl
'
ucceed?
I form lini i
M re n
'
tl
p Ood "in
in trutl It I Ided to the b
. :.. many idol horn
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turl -hey
: I.
To
CO';: tempts it. Mosi
Isaial ight to teacl nd thi ..
man
his I troyed. The iconocl
mob.
..... o-called Chi Istian, who. in tl
Ian counti.
a. vi :. ui it ol
His HI t safe. I wonder if the ol
thai >hn, chapl
It his New Ti
d, for him ect portions of it?
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through wh( Saviour
taught that salvation i e? How do one such Justlfj
J' hen he d pise thi people who gave him that Jesu
How ran the Chrl irld celebi i.ile harboring in
mid nous propoganda directed against I
closi :. in the manger in Bethlehem?
What are the "genuine Christians" doing to counteract these lnsldl
lies and destructive forces that are at work among the "Gentiles" hid-
den under Christian cloaks?
I know. The old cry i.s that the Jew will not accept Christian;- '.'.
what of it? If the Jew accepted Christianity the only avenue of salva-
tion would be closed. Did not Jesus, himself, say that "Salvation of the
?" Would it not be better for all concerned if the Christian worthy
of that name were to insist that the Jew retain his identity as a Jew?
Then, as one true Christian so aptly put it, let the world, eager for sal-
vation, try to "catch hold of the tail of our coat?" The only danger lies
in mistaking the Jewish Samaritans of this day for the true Jews. That
danger we shall try to remove by teaching our own people the error of
their ways. Furthermore, the true Christian is spiritual enough to distin-
he true and the false, even among the J>
And, as I soliloquize, I wonder how much of the persecution of the
r-,n be laid directly at the feet of some of these Samaritans, or
renegade Jews, of our time. How much of the heathenism practices by
la mistaken for Judaism, by Christians? How much of the filth
that Is credited to as by the world is only the world's observation of a
series of actions by Jews,actions which every' Jewish teacher denounces
and condemns? As for me, I, as a rabbi, refuse to accept the responsl- i
bility for the abominable acts of some who masquerade as Jews. And, y%
despicable
conduct of Ge:
This is as good a time as ... :'d u not
come from the mouth of Jesus. I a -- onl>'
of the Jew teachings, the
observant ( nd Justice, the man who wor-
ktion as the ob-
plous Moslem, and as the
r of Cor.: 8 monopoly on truth No
d. Not d. I can be a
,: >f a'.l other men. It does not
admit that you right to worship
in your own way Or. the contrary, It la keeping with my under-
Lng of Gods will to credit you with the intelligence and the freedom
to commune with our Common Father in your own tongue. He made you
".vi: am : rltl !se HI handiwork?
v. : words of our prophets will be
fulfilled when Ood In E rdaln that all his creatures
meet :r. common worabl] ike place. Until that time, we
in harmony and equality. Nothing must emanate from us to
mar :he peace and the tranqullltj among men. The Jew. as such, has
ice in God's plan. The -t fill his niche. There is no
:'or discord A I bear no malice to any human being.
to a Christian who honors me by celebrating through a holy
observance, the Nativity of Jesus, who taught that "Salvation i.s of the
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I
SOCIETY
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fletcher and and Wednesday evenings from 7 to
u, Bnd Mrs. Oscar Margol of | 9 p. m. Recent Installations include
Jacksonville, Fla.. are visitors to hot water and two large gym mats
Miami for the holiday week and I and additional equipment will be
provided from time to time. An in-
vitation to join the class is extend-
ed to the general public.
ar(. being entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz and Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz of this city.
In RKO-Radio Pictures' laughter
broadside. "Diplomaniacs." at the
7th Avenue Theatre next Sunday
an(l Monday. Bert Wheeler and
Robert Woolsey are commissioned
to represent a tribe of American
Indians at the Peace Conference.
When the boys, a pair of volup-
tuous vamps, and 24 assorted hand-
pick I'd blondes and brunettes, in-
vade the conference hall seeking
Next Sunday afternoon at the
Antilla Hotel the marriage of Miss
Sylvia Dreisen daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Dreisen to Mr. Nat L
Williams, local attorney and son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams, will
be solemnized by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Beth David Congregation
The bride will be attended by her
sister. Miss Mildred Dreisen as maid
of honor, Mrs. Frank B. Solomon, a
i and war, the resultant melee sister of the groom as matron of
peac
ii a riotously funny spectacle.
In support of the comedians are
le White. Phyllis Barry.
Hugh Herbert. Louis Calhem. Rich-
ard Carle. William Irving. Neely
Edwards. Billy Bletcher, Teddy
m and many others. William
directed.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch are re-
ceiving congratulations on the birth
honor, and Miss Faye Sheldon as
attendant. Anson Dreisen brother
of the bride will serve as best man
and will be assisted by four ushers
whose names have not yet been an-
nounced. Beryl Solomon nephew of
the groom will be ring bearer, and
little Arlene Solomon niece of the
grcom will be flower girl. The groom
is secretary of the local Bnai Brith
Jewish Women.
Lodge and the bride is a former
of a baby boy last Monday morning | president of the Junior Council of
at the Victoria Hospital. Mother
iiiid baby are resting nicely. Mrs.
Hirsch is the president of the
ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation and an
.. communal worker here. The
bria will be held next Monday at
the home of the Hirsch s.
Jacob Landau owner of the Jew-
i-li Telegraphic Agency and pub-
Plans are now being made for
the celebration of the fourth anni-
versary of the dedication of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion which will take place in Feb-
ruary. Plans include a congrega-
tional banquets, a "Siyom Hatorah'
with the presentation of A Safer
Torah or "Holy Scroll" to the
llsher of the Jewish Daily Bulletin Synagogue and the presentation of
i- a visitor at the Miami Biltmore
Hotel this week.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
i.-h Welfare Bureau will tender a
dessert bridge on Tuesday. January
9th, at the Blackstone Hotel, Mi-
a "Poroches" and "Mentele" in
memory of one of the members to
the congregation. The dedicatory
anniversary will begin on Friday
night, February 2nd, at the late
services when special services will
be held, continue Saturday morn-
i ireenfield
hostesses.
and P. Scheinberg as
Beach, with Mesdames Charles ing and Saturday afternoon and
conclude with the principal exer-
cises on Sunday evening. February
4th. A number of prominent out of
town speakers will attend.
The Men's Health class of the
Y. M. H. A. meets every Monday
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day school are held every Sunday
morning with an able staff assist-
ing the Rabbi. The children are be-
ing taught Hebrew reading and
writing, history and other Jewish
subjects.
BERT WHEEI.ER
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Weiner entertained at a party last
week for a number of her juvenile
friends in celebration of her third
birthday anniversary. Games were
played during the afternoon and
then ice cream, cake and candies
were served. Prizes were given the
winners of the games and each
little guest received a favor.
Roosevelt Says Judas Maecabrus'
Exploits Inspiration to All
A public examination of the chil-
dren of the Talmud Torah and Sun-
day school of the iami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be held
at an early date according to an
announcement by Rabbi Julius
Washer and Mr. Joseph Greenberg
chairman of the Educational Com-
mittee of the Congregation.

A large number of worshippers
and friends of the family attended
the Bar Mitzva of Peretz Schein-
berg son of Mr. and Mrs. Mendel
Scheinberg of this city last Satur-
day morning at Beth David. Fol-
lowing the services at which young
Scheinberg recited the Haftoro and
blessings and delievered an address
in English the parents were hosts
in the Talmud Torah auditorium
where all gathered round heavily-
laden tables to enjoy a buffet lun-
cheon that was served. Assisting Mr.
and Mrs. Scheinberg in entertain-
ing the guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers.
does not want any more minorities
and is determined to regulate Im-
migration of Jews in accordance
with its own internal policies.
Among the Jewish professors en-
gaged for the University are Dr.
Rudolf Nissen. Dr. Wilhelm Lep-
man, Dr. Hugo Braun. Dr. Julius
Hirsch. Dr. Hans Winterstein. Dr.
Joseph Ergesheimer. Dr. Seigfried
Obandof. Dr. Vernon Lipsicz and
Dr. Karl Lerventhal.
I'NION
A single crystal drop of water.
Then another flowing free:
The crystal mother joined her
daughter
And we have Sea.
A grain of sand golden-yellow.
Then another grain of sand;
The golden grain met his fellow
And we have Land.
A human being; then another;
Then more, and more, and more:
And brother recognized his brother
And we have War!
Philip M. Raskin..
Now York."Judas Maccabeus
has set an example of courage and
fortitude which should contain an
inspiration to us all." President
Roosevelt declared in a telegram to
the fourth annual Maccabean Fes-
tival held in Madison Square Gar-
den under the auspices of the New
York Region. Twenty thousand
people applauded the President's
message which Vegretted his in- j
ability to be present and conveyed :
in- appreciation of the signal part
taken' by'the Jewish people in up-
holding the traditions and aims of
our country."
Samuel Untermyer, the princi-
pal speaker, pleaded for a revival
of the Maccabean spirit and bitter-
ly attacked Dr. Hans Luther. Ger-
man ambassador, whose recall he
demanded. Other speakers were
Morris Margulies. director. G. A.
Lowenstein. chairman. Morris Roth-
enberg. Louis Lipsky and Carl Sher-
man.
The feature of the festival was a
presentation of a stirring dramatic
and musical spectacle entitled "Re-
union in Tel Aviv" portraying mod-
ern Jewish life in Palestine. "Re-
union in Tel Aviv." produced with
i east of 500 and a large symphony
orchestra, was directed by Isaac
Van Grove, who staged "The Ro-
mance of a People "; Lasar Galpern.
internationally renowned ballet
master: Emil Hilb. noted conduc-
tor; Eugene Fuerst, R. Ben Ari. and
Miss Lillian Shapiro. A message
was also received from Professor
Albert Einstein.
Made work is where a housewife
has to clean up pots and pans, after
a daughter and the high school
chums stir up a mess of fudge.
No man has a right to expect his
wife to be a good cook unless he is
that kind of provider.
If good intentions could be used
for paving material what a saving
it would be for the taxpayers.
WELCOME THE NEW YEAR
with
HADASSAH
at the
Blackstone Hotel
MIAMI BEACH
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31
Hi P. M.
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$3.50 Per Plate
For Reservations
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It takes a woman who doesn't
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better than a man who knows all
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36 Exiled German Jewish Professors
Named to Turkish University
Istanbul.Thirty-six of the most
eminent German-Jewish professors,
all ousted by the Nazi regime, have
been appointed to the faculty of
the reorganized Istanbul University.
The reorganization was earned
through by Dr. Philippe Schwartz,
lonner professor of pathological
anatomy at the University of Frank-
tun, who now holds the same chair
at the Istanbul University. The re-
vamped university replaces an old
institution which was closed by the
government on August 1. when 9G
of the former professors were dis-
missed. This action of the Turkish
government has given rise to the
unfounded report that Turkey wel-
comes any and all German-Jewish
refugees. The fact is that Turkey
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"Melodv Cruise"
Worshippers Leave Synagogue When
Boycott Violators Enter
FirararararajaraiajHfHiErgiajaizrararara
VilnaThe strength of the anti-
Nazi boycott in Poland was drama-
tically demonstrated when all the
members of a local synagogue walk-
ed out of services in a body when
two Jewish merchants, known to
have violated the boycott, entered
the building. The same day the
two Jews called on M. Wigodsky.
president of the kehillah. and not
only pledged themselves to refrain
from handling German goods but
made substantial contributions to
the German-Jewish relief fund.
Reports of the Sunday School and
Talmud Torah of Congregation
Beth Jacob show a marked increase
in attendance and results accom-
plished. Sessions of the Talmud To-
rah are being held daily under the
supervision of Rabbi David I. Ros-
enbloom. while session of the Sun-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. Dec. 29. 1933
What Is Wrong
With Us?
We had the pleasure la-t week
Of attending the nesllMH of the
Bnai lirith conference and listened
to a number of addresses about the
Jew and his problems. What im-
preaOOd us above all was the reiter-
ation by Judge From berg of Charle-
lon, 8. Ci past president of the i>i-
triit f.rand Lodge, and the subse-
quent approval by a number of the
local Kabbis, of the statement
"Just so long will the Jeu be re-
spected as he respects himself." In-
trospection, the learning of his own
glorious history and the realization
Of his own proud heritage, it was
urged, would so fit him as to cause
the waning and gradual disappear-
ance of the scourge of Anti-Semi-
tism.
How wonderful it would be here
in Miami if the Jews of this great
land of sunshine, could learn this
lOMOn and abide by it. How splen-
did it would be if our Jewish tour-
ists would learn to stay away from
those hotels, that condescend to
admit them, but frankly don't want
hem. How splendid it would be if
the Jews would refuse wholeheart-
edlv to be guests at the Miami
Beach hotel owned and operated by
Jews which so wantonly flaunts to
the winds the sign "Gentiles Only,"
or refuse to attend and hold af-
fairs at hotels owned by Jews, cater-
ing in the main to Jew-, and yet
who consider it beneath their dig-
nity and standing, and so order
their non-Jewish advertising agen-
iv to advertise in prominent Jew-
ish weeklies and magazines through-
out the Country.
How self respecting and honor-
able it would be if former presi-
dentl of synagogues, or prominent
communal workers would M guide
their children u to prevent then
becoming members of and officers
of Hi-Y rlubs in the schools, splen-
did lor non-Jewish children, though
the) maj be when it- objects are
o clearly set forth In its own char-
ter as. "I lie purposes of the Hi-Y
is to create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and com-
munity high standards of CIIRIS-
TIAN character." We can under-
stand where a Jew could contribute
to the- support cif such an institu-
tion because it helps promote good
citizenship among his non-Jewish
Mends, but we cannot conceive of
the assimilatory attitude pursued
by our Jewish social preferment
leekers, Such tactics have brought
about the Hitler regime in Ger-
many and the- wave of anti-Semit-
ism mi unfortunately growing in
some- European countries.
Why cannot the lessons learned
in Germany, or set forth so graphi-
cally by l.uclwig l.ewisohn be taken
to heart by Miamians. We have- a
Young Men's Hebrew Association
that merits so much support and
receives so little-. We have the
Bnai lirith and its A. /.. A. that has
been so dormant recently. that
needs and seeks help and yet re-
ceives none.
We have splendid Synagogues
that arc- practically empty and but
little supported. Why cannot we
learn to RESPECT OURSELVES?
FAIR EXCHANGE
Tropical Park
Opens Saturday
ere this week
: W V. Dwyer guiding head of
the Gables Racine Aasocl
Ins is in readiness for the
Tropical Park rac-
ing meet on 8atui December
The track, clubhouse, grand-
have been thorough!:
rated and everything to insure the
comfort of the racing enthusiasts
has been done. One of the biggest
:..- is predicted particularly in
view of the fact that this meeting
will bring I Miami for the open-
ing of the racing season some of
the finest thoroughbreds ever seen
in the United States The principal
stables that did not hereto-
fore run at Tropical Park will be
represented at this meet.
The daily double.' the on]
tra combination since the abolish-
ment of the quiniela by the state
commission, will be upon the first
and third races, stated James
Walsh, mutuels manager. Six "dou-
bles'' tickets will be opened and
wagering on this system will be
conducted until the closing of the
mutuels for the first race.
Walsh has the mutuels staff fully
drafted and has ordered his per-
sonnel to report for the premeeting
it 1 p. m. today.
Arrangements have been made,
through the city of Miami publicity
;. to have the battery of pic-
ture and sound units now gathered
.hoot' the openlni
proceed::.:. !:. Ir badges will be
United by the city bureau.
Iter Donovan, secretary of the
b Racing Comir.: li n
iie state officials ex-
d the biggest season since the
in Florida. He
''; the drafting of the
personnel to act at Tropical
Park.
E A. Wad'-worth of West Palm
will be chief inspector in
H. H
:. Ol Tampa will be chlel
auditor .supervising the mutuels
and Fred Shad ol 1 n
'' rgi : the inve.s-
irs, who will guard the horses
under the new state antina
regulations.
Risko'Maloney
Fight Thursday
Next Thursday evening January
4:. Miamians and tourists will wit-
he first big fight of the winter
season when Johnny Rlsko and
Jimmy Maloney will meet at the
Coral Gables Colliseum in a ten
round bout. Ed Douglas and "Pa"
Stnbling both well known in the
boxing world are in charge of this
splendid match, the winner of which
has a promise to meet the winner of
the proposed Carnera-Lceghran
match. Other boxing will be on
the program but the main match
is such as to furnish the fight fan
iffieient sport for the evening.
Tickets are now on sale in the City.
Miami Beach and at the Gables,
and the wise fan will make sure to
get his tickets immediately because
a capacity crowd Is counted .on
Both fighters are popular locally and
have a record of hard fought battles
The poet is born, but the liar is An aggressive man soon acq
compelled to acquire his art. | a reputation as a knocker.
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present
The Great Heavyweight Match
Auspice? Coral Cables Post. American Legion
JOHNNY RISKO
vs.
JIM MALONEY
10 ROUNDS TO A DECISION
CORAL GABLES COLISEUM
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Prices$1.10$2.20 $330 (Tax Included J
Tickets on sale at: Hippodrome Cigar Store. Wm. I'enn Hotel. Cla-
Reina Hotel. Volk's Athletic Goods House, United Cigar Store and I
the Coral Gables Coliseum.
the
German-Jenish Athletes Training
Independently as Ban Holds
Berlin.Despite the announce-
ment by Hans von Tschammer-Os-
ten. Reich sports commissar, that
:. athletes are not being dis-
criminated against except in that
they are barred from holding offi-
cial positions in sports associations.
German-Jewish athletes, organized
in the Zionist Maccabee League and
the Sport League of the Jewish War
Veterans Union, are making inde-
pendent efforts to prepare them-
for the 1936 Olympic Games
They have rented their own train-
ing fields wherever passible but
these are hardly suited to produce
athletes that could pass the stiff
Olympic requirements. All of the
existing sports grounds, stadiums
and halls, most of which arc sup-
ported by taxes, still bar Jews under
of the ministry of interior.
iic-k-ss. there are scattered
signs that some sports clubs are
clandestinely reinstating Jewish
athletes in order to bolster their
athletic standing.
Some women think they do the
druggist a favor when they buy a
postage stamp.
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11:30 A. M. to 5 P. M.
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TEA CUP READINGS
BY-
LADY RHEY
Make this your "AFTKR SHOW RENDEZVOUS"
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STATE LAW FORBIDS
ADMISSION OF MINORS
Announces the Opening
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MIAMI'S GREATEST RACING SEASON
Saturday Dec* 30th
AC TI< >N- GLAMOR OF THE SPORT OF RACING THOROUGHBREDS THRILLS
The (tables Racing Association is Proud to offer, as the inaugural
feature of (ireater Miami's long winter season, the best horses
from the outstanding stables in the United States
WEST OF THE BILTMORE TOWER
A man who had a i udge a
In. rabbi sent the latter the figure
oi a dog made out of sugar.
The Rabbi, with a fine .sense of
humor, sent to the man the sugar
statue of a rabbi.
Meeting the Rabbi, the man i
what he meant.
Replied the Rabbi: "Each .sends
hi own Image."
The selfish man, like a ball of
twine, la wrapped up in himself.
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Friday Dec., 29, 1933 THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY h> the H/WIM! FI.OKIIUAN IMIII.ISHINC; CO. p. o. Box IIT1 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICES: fi''| S. W. IBtll A*rnue Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCIIKT, Editor FRED K. 8HOCHET, Circulation Munaurr (AMOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative more than possible thai Biro BidJan offers a partial solution to the problem ol the German-Jewish refugees and to the tens ol thousands ol other Jews In Eastern and Central Europe who musl eml Knvr.-.l a%  • %  •"ml rliiK mutter July 4. %  T |,. PoBl office at Miami. Florida, under th Aft Of March S, 1K79. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative Herr Luther TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Month* J 1.00 One Year $ 2.01 Vol. (i — No. 52 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 89, !!:!:: Jewish Nobel Prize Winners The International celebration of the lootii anniversary of the birth oi Alfred B. Nobel, founder ol the Nobel Prizes, on December in recalled 'in i, ,i number of Jews who have won these coveted honors In medicine chemistry, physics, literature and peace, of the 134 men and women who have received ihe.se prizes since ioo8. m. or 13 per cent, have been Jews. Ten of these Jewish Nobel Prize winners have been German Jews. Jews have won the Nobel Prize in each of its five divisions; sly have won II In physics, five in medicine, four in chemistry, two in peace and one ill literature. This Is a record of which .lews are justl) proud, becau.se the Jewish Nobel Prize winners have not only done honor to the Jewish people, bul have enhanced 'he fame Of their native land.-. Germany, Austria, France. Holland. Russia and the United Slates Biro Bidjan For (Unman Jews There should be more than theoretical interest in and discussion of the recent invitation by Peter Smidovich. vice-president of the Soviet Union, to German Jews to settle in Biro Bidjan. Far Eat tern republic, in view of the rigid Immigration policy ot Palestine and the United States and the a.s yet unsolved problem of German-Jewish refugees Responsible Jewish leaders should address themselves to the Soviet Government to determine once and for all to what extent Biro Bidjan can be made available for Jewish immigration, how far the Soviet Union is prepared to go in financing -such an immigration and what are the economic prospects for a major and stable Jewish settlement there. Lord Marley. vice-president of the British House of Lords, has just returned from Biro Bidjan where he made a first-hand survey of conditions. He reports that Biro Bidjan can absorb substantial numbers of new Jewish settlers who would be able to find real opportunities for social, political and economic rehabilitation. From the results thus far achieved in Biro Bidjan it la sate to say that it is an encouraging undertaking. Depite great difficulties real progress has been made and if the above questions can be answered authoritatively and with finality it Is Whenever the German Ambassador to the United States speaks at a gathering in this country disturbance usually occurs. The other day in New York a great deal of disorder arose at a meeting in Madison Square Garden and many anti-Hitlerites were ejected from the gathering, but not until they had had an opportunity to who was forced to vote to support Hitler, at htis time it must be clearly apparent to the distinguished representatives ol Herr Hitler thai Hit lerism in the Unied Sates is exremely unpopular. We do not blame Herr Luther for being what, he is. He wouldn't stay In this country for five minutes as the Ambassadoi if he dared to say a word to offend his master In Germany Because we must, remember that he has no more a mind ol his own than has the German voter who v to voice lo support Hitler, at the risk of punishment, it he openly rebelled. So Hans Luther Is only a puppet who respond to the string; pulled by the Nazi leader. However, lie must be prepared to pay the price ol being a Nazi emissary That Is why. when he appears in public to (ii CM (iermany, he must risk the displeasure ol those who tec] that the Naziand what they represent Is repugnant to those who value human rights. When Mr Luther blindly says that sentiment would be different toward Germany it the whole truth were known he is simply speaking meaningless words. There is enough of ihi' 'ruth known from the lint ot the Nazis themselves to condemn them in the name ol civilization. The time has come when Nazi spokesmen, whether they come in muse ot ambassadors or in some humbler capacity, should realize that they cannot insult the intelligence ol the American people by telling them fairy stories. We know what's going on m Germany as well as you do. Mr. I.in In:-, and it is foolish for you to attempt to pull 'he wool over our eyes. II you have to tell us halltruths its better tar that you say nothing, II you insist on continuing such a policy you must expect to meet with antagonism wherever Mill gO Orlando, Fla. Notes Evelyn Meiten, and Elaine Klepper are spending the holidays in Orlando. • • • Among 'ii<> e who visited Jai kSOnvllle this week were Miss Ruth Wolly, Miss Dorothy Baker. Miss Pearl Barer, and Willie Lleberman, Joel Baker, Sidney Baker. Myer Scgal, and Martin Segal, • • # Miss Zelda Berman and Miss Marian Hotfman pn i tit, d i number ol dances at the New York club on Thursday night at the Chamber of Commerce. • • • Friends of Mrs. J. T. Schiff will In' ulad to know that, she has recovered from her recent illness. • • • Miss Sylvia Roth is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Roth. St. Petersburg Notes THE CHAii One Saturday afternoon the rabbi passed Ginsberg's store and was amazed to find it open. Thinking that perhaps something out of the ordinary had happened, he went in. He found Ginsberg, the pious Jew. showing goods to a customer. After the latter had gone the rabbi began io reproach Ginsberg. "What's this. Ginsberg? Are you doing business on Saturday?" he asked. "Listen rabbi." sighed Ginsberg. "come with me a minute. Do you see this suit marked down to $10 It costs me $15, Do you see this hat I'm selling for fifty cents. It costs me S1.50. Do you call this a business? I'm giving thu Can't a man run a charity on Shabbus?" story." "Thanks," said Sholom Aleichman. smiling. "I'll return the compliment. You are the first lawyer I ever seen with his hands in his own pockets." Grit, not whiskey, makes our Navy fight, according to Secretary Swanson. If he means spinach, it sounds plausible. J. Thomas Heflin is eager to return to Congress; to do his part. Did they ever award Tom the blue klcagle? Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will speak on "The New Year and The Workable New Deal" at the services on Friday Eve, at Congregation Bnal i-raei. 921 9th St. No. All friends and tourists are welcome. Saturday morning services at ti ('' %  lock. Sunday School, .Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Hebrew Schol daily. • • The Card Party given by the ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society at •he Congregation last Sunday Eve.. Dee. 24th, was well attended. Mrs. Carroll and Mis. Reyner were the • • There will be a Dinner and Entertainmenl on New Year's Eve. Dec. 31st, at 7 o'clock, at the auditorium of Congregation Bnai Israel 021 nth St. No. All members, mend and tourists are invited to attend. • • • The Judaic Council is sponsoring a Cabaret Dance at the Florida Hoot Garden, on Tuesday Eve.. Jan. Kith, all friends and tourist: .ire nulled. AI a dinni i [iven In his honor by a croup of Jewish professional men. shoiom Aleichem, the famoui humorist, entertained his hosts by telling some of his choice tales In his own inimitable way. All during the time the humorist Was speaking a lawyer walked up and down Hie room with his hands in his DOCkl ts. Finally he stopped and turned to Sholom Aleichem and said: "You are the first humorous writer I have ever heard tell a funny Alcohol Board Forgets Palestine In Wine (Junta Imports A quarry at Brantome iFrance) has been in continuous operation 450 years, and no doubt supplying French chocolate lo the forces in many wars. London re earchers show that human beings ate taller in the morning than at night. Jan. 2 is the time to catch them a' their short) I I We don't believe the three stowaways found aboard Byrd's ship will l>e any mon ol a UCCI at thi' South Pole than they were at home i ine admin i hai Ity thai isn't on parade. Tampa, Fla. Notes w.t ihington. —Palestine b Hie only wine-exporting country to which no quota was allocated by the Federal Alcohol Control Administration which issued a schedule ol importtor wine, champagne, rum. it in cordials and liquors to eleven countries. Representatives ol Palestine wine-growing interests in the United states are understood to be making representation to the government ding a quota tor Palestine Wine rank.second as an export item in Palestine's commerce A group 0* r. doph Sholom Temple Troop with Scoutmaster Dan Wegman and Assistant Scoutmaster Harry Kotler left Tampa in a truck about midnight Saturday. Dec. 23. lor Miami The poet lborn, but the liar Is compelled to acquire las alt All aggressive man SOOn acquire a reputation aa knocker. The selfish man. like a ball of twine, is wrapped up in himself. Some women think they do Ha druggist a iavor when 'hey buy a postage stamp. No man has a right to expect his wife to be a good cook unless he Is that kind ot provider. If good intentions could be used tor paving material what a it would be tor thi taxpayers. Miss Winnie Cracowaner and [rving Salsbury were married Wedand Miami Beach, they went by way Mrs. Leon Shapiro returned from a visit to Tampa. • • Mr and Mrs. Hyman Roth had as their guests tor the weekend Mr. and Mrs Mack Roth and children of Daytona. • • Miss Hannah Rae Berner left Friday for West Palm Beach for an Indefinite stay. • • • Harry Crannerman. of Savannah, spent several days in Orlando. • • Burnett Roth left Tuesday to spend several days in Palm Beach and Miami. • • • The ioi Club entertained on Wednesday evening with an informal dance held m the Vestry rooms of the synagog. Music wai furnished by Adolph Prensky and his orchestra • • • The Misses Ruth Esther Rosen, n< day morning, Dec. 20th, at 10 O'clock at the Cracowaner residence. 210 E. Park Ave„ by Rabbi Adolph Burger in the presence ol members ol their Immediate families. Both have been complimented at a number of social functions since the announcement of their engagement everal weeks ami but no wedding plans were made public. The bride was given in manic by her uncle, Mr. Saul Strieffer. of I Segall. New Orleans, who came to Tampa especially tor the wedding. Her only sister, who returned from Florida State College for Women, especially lor the wedding, served a.s her only attendant. Irving Cracowaner. brother of the bride, attended Mr. Salsbury as l„ t man. A wedding breakfast was served before Mr. and Mrs. Salsbury left for their wedding trip which will take them to his former home in Dayton. Ohio, New York City, and other points. of the trail. Returning on their trip back home they Stopped Off at Sarasola, visited the Ringling Art Museum, coming back thing the Ridge section ol the state, in all. the bo\.were gone two nights and a day and a good time was had by all the scouts. Those making the trip were Slgmund Moed. Sam Argintar. Phil Haimovitz. Paul Haimovitz. Albert Irving Pecket.. Seymour Neuwirth, Sam Kotler. Sidney Dubln, Sollie Kotler. Sollie Aronovitz, Howard Weiaman, Bernle Aronovitz. Sam Golden. Philip Opper Mr. Florence Haimovitz has arrived in Tampa and Is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haimovitz. 2406 Watrous Ave. Miss Haimovitz. a junior at Syracuse university, Syracuse, N. Y.. is house chairman for Phi Sigma Sigma soroi Samuel H. Gottlieb. 46. prominent in Jewish circles here, died suddenly Friday morning at his residence. 1007' %  Tenth Ave. He had been a resident of Tampa for 35 years. Survivors are four sisters. Mrs. S M. Essrig. Mrs. M. D. Weissnian both of Tampa. Miss Rose Gottlieb Oi New York City, and Mrs. Ed Freedman of Scranton, Pa., and a brother. Isadore Gottlieb, of New York. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the J. L. Reed funeral chapel. Rabbi A. Burger, of Rodoph Sholom Temple officiating. Burial was in Rodoph Solem Cemetery. it takes a woman who doesn't know how to do a thing to do II better than a man who knows all about it. Made work Is where a liouscwile has io clean up pots and pans, after a daughter and the high school chums stir up a mess ol fud Dora is perplexed about those Christmas seals, she visited five theaters last week without seeing an animal act, An inventor has perfected a thinking machine of new design We see a great future for it. if it can be crossed with the radio. Farley found an impression rife in Europe that the United State., i: going to pot. Not the one with wo chickens in i. surely. A clam digger exploring the Wellfleet (Mass.i sands pulled up a case of fine champagne. Thus is exaspci ating. if you want clams. I've really had enough to eat, My shoes are not quite through; And though it's rather shabby, My ancient coat will do. I still could be quite happy Just living on a dole. But oh, I want some hyacinths To feed my hungry soul.



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I' rour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday Dec. 29. 1933 SUtiMn g^ynagog UUtllrttu + + + + RAEBI S. M. MACHTEI U'lOD, MIAMI. FI Vol. l\. ....;.. SCNDAY. I)t( LMBER >. %  •> -> •> •> •> v &f &f v <• •> v %  '. % %  '• v •'• <• v %  1933 No. 2 "A Jew Soliloquizes At Christmas Time" -iripture Rradinz. John. Chapter IV. vprv19-24, inclusive. I was :'. por.dence. a few days ago. and I came acr lied to me from Pasadena. California.—a < man. a follower of the Radio P %o%. who ws. '.' %  %  Coast T and "Gentiles 01 the former know that our Lord said 'Salvation is of the Jews' and our objective. I may catch hold of the tail of your coat • Thl I began to soliloquize at rung the n and C. To St John which I read a r. Jesus and a Samaritan woo f Jesus are i thai may be expected to con addressed the Samaritans. "Ye worship ye Jewj kno The San were a --pec:. King ol [ter he Thi who had the king of Assyi and adopted some of the Mosaic 1 ;:ractic I %  %  t about I 1 m no: pern Jews. to whom Jesus add from t :. : "genuine Chrisi I '. tion is ol it 1 n of the year the N ii f their S lews." I of • tion? Is it ( .: %  and .. the! t of day? Are tl %  ucceed? I form lini i M re n tl p Ood "in in trutl It I Ided to the b :.. many idol horn %  • %  turl -hey : I. To CO';: tempts it. Mosi Isaial ight to teacl nd thi .. man his I troyed. The iconocl mob. o-called Chi Istian, who. in tl Ian counti. a. vi :. %  ui it ol His HI t safe. I wonder if the ol thai • >hn, chapl It his New Ti d, for him ect portions of it? .' ..:.. ...:.. through wh( Saviour taught that salvation i e? How do one such Justlfj J' hen he d pise thi people who gave him that Jesu How ran the Chrl irld celebi i.ile harboring in mid nous propoganda directed against I closi :•. in the manger in Bethlehem? What are the "genuine Christians" doing to counteract these lnsldl lies and destructive forces that are at work among the "Gentiles" hidden under Christian cloaks? I know. The old cry i.s that the Jew will not accept Christian;'.'. what of it? If the Jew accepted Christianity the only avenue of salvation would be closed. Did not Jesus, himself, say that "Salvation of the ?" Would it not be better for all concerned if the Christian worthy of that name were to insist that the Jew retain his identity as a Jew? Then, as one true Christian so aptly put it, let the world, eager for salvation, try to "catch hold of the tail of our coat?" The only danger lies in mistaking the Jewish Samaritans of this day for the true Jews. That danger we shall try to remove by teaching our own people the error of their ways. Furthermore, the true Christian is spiritual enough to distin•he true and the false, even among the J> And, as I soliloquize, I wonder how much of the persecution of the r-,n be laid directly at the feet of some of these Samaritans, or renegade Jews, of our time. How much of the heathenism practices by la mistaken for Judaism, by Christians? How much of the filth that Is credited to as by the world is only the world's observation of a series of actions by Jews,—actions which every' Jewish teacher denounces and condemns? As for me, I, as a rabbi, refuse to accept the responsli bility for the abominable acts of some who masquerade as Jews. And, y% despicable conduct of Ge: This is as good a time as ... : d u not come from the mouth of Jesus. I a •-onl >' of the Jew teachings, the observant ( nd Justice, the man who worktion as the obplous Moslem, and as the •r of Cor.: 8 monopoly on truth No d. Not d. I can be a ,: • >f a'.l other men. It does not admit that you right to worship in your own way Or. the contrary, It la keeping with my underLng of Gods will to credit you with the intelligence and the freedom to commune with our Common Father in your own tongue. He made you ".vi: am : rltl !se HI handiwork? v. : words of our prophets will be fulfilled when Ood In E rdaln that all his creatures meet :r. common worabl] ike place. Until that time, we in harmony and equality. Nothing must emanate from us to mar :he peace and the tranqullltj among men. The Jew. as such, has ice in God's plan. The -t fill his niche. There is no :'or discord A I bear no malice to any human being. to a Christian who honors me by celebrating through a holy observance, the Nativity of Jesus, who taught that "Salvation i.s of the Delaney & Beers Kodak Finishing and EnUrxinir Commercial Work and Hame Portraits 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. K. 4th SI. 1'hone 1-5SS BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE %  • thai PHONE 3-3SS7 21 N. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. Dec. 29. 1933 What Is Wrong With Us? We had the pleasure la-t week Of attending the nesllMH of the Bnai lirith conference and listened to a number of addresses about the Jew and his problems. What impreaOOd us above all was the reiteration by Judge From berg of Charlelon, 8. Ci past president of the i>itriit f.rand Lodge, and the subsequent approval by a number of the local Kabbis, of the statement "Just so long will the Jeu be respected as he respects himself." Introspection, the learning of his own glorious history and the realization Of his own proud heritage, it was urged, would so fit him as to cause the waning and gradual disappearance of the scourge of Anti-Semitism. How wonderful it would be here in Miami if the Jews of this great land of sunshine, could learn this lOMOn and abide by it. How splendid it would be if our Jewish tourists would learn to stay away from those hotels, that condescend to admit them, but frankly don't want hem. How splendid it would be if the Jews would refuse wholeheartedlv to be guests at the Miami Beach hotel owned and operated by Jews which so wantonly flaunts to the winds the sign "Gentiles Only," or refuse to attend and hold affairs at hotels owned by Jews, catering in the main to Jew-, and yet who consider it beneath their dignity and standing, and so order their non-Jewish advertising ageniv to advertise in prominent Jewish weeklies and magazines throughout the Country. How self respecting and honorable it would be if former presidentl of %  synagogues, or prominent communal workers would M guide their children u to prevent then becoming members of and officers of Hi-Y rlubs in the schools, splendid lor non-Jewish children, though the) maj be when itobjects are o clearly set forth In its own charter as. "I lie purposes of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of CIIRISTIAN character." We can understand where a Jew could contribute to thesupport cif such an institution because it helps promote good citizenship among his non-Jewish Mends, but we cannot conceive of the assimilatory attitude pursued by our Jewish social preferment leekers, Such tactics have brought about the Hitler regime in Germany and thewave of anti-Semitism MI unfortunately growing in someEuropean countries. Why cannot the lessons learned in Germany, or set forth so graphically by l.uclwig l.ewisohn be taken to heart by Miamians. We havea Young Men's Hebrew Association that merits so much support and receives so little-. We have the Bnai lirith and its A. /.. A. that has been so dormant recently. that needs and seeks help and yet receives none. We have splendid Synagogues that arcpractically empty and but little supported. Why cannot we learn to RESPECT OURSELVES? FAIR EXCHANGE Tropical Park Opens Saturday ere this week : W V. Dwyer guiding head of the Gables Racine Aasocl Ins is in readiness for the Tropical Park racing meet on 8atui December The track, clubhouse, grandhave been thorough!: rated and everything to insure the comfort of the racing enthusiasts has been done. One of the biggest :..is predicted particularly in view of the fact that this meeting will bring I Miami for the opening of the racing season some of the finest thoroughbreds ever seen in the United States The principal stables that did not heretofore run at Tropical Park will be represented at this meet. The daily double.' the on] tra combination since the abolishment of the quiniela by the state commission, will be upon the first and third races, stated James Walsh, mutuels manager. Six "doubles'' tickets will be opened and wagering on this system will be conducted until the closing of the mutuels for the first race. Walsh has the mutuels staff fully drafted and has ordered his personnel to report for the premeeting it 1 p. m. today. Arrangements have been made, through the city of Miami publicity ;. to have the battery of picture and sound units now gathered .hoot' the openlni proceed::.:. !:. Ir badges will be United by the city bureau. Iter Donovan, secretary of the b Racing Comir.: li n • iie state officials exd the biggest season since the in Florida. He • '' ; the drafting of the personnel to act at Tropical Park. E A. Wad'-worth of West Palm will be chief inspector in H. H •:. Ol Tampa will be chlel auditor .supervising the mutuels and Fred Shad ol 1 n • %  •' rgi : the inve.sirs, who will guard the horses under the new state antina regulations. Risko'Maloney Fight Thursday Next Thursday evening January 4:. Miamians and tourists will withe first big fight of the winter season when Johnny Rlsko and Jimmy Maloney will meet at the Coral Gables Colliseum in a ten round bout. Ed Douglas and "Pa" Stnbling both well known in the boxing world are in charge of this splendid match, the winner of which has a promise to meet the winner of the proposed Carnera-Lceghran match. Other boxing will be on the program but the main match is such as to furnish the fight fan iffieient sport for the evening. Tickets are now on sale in the City. Miami Beach and at the Gables, and the wise fan will make sure to get his tickets immediately because a capacity crowd Is counted .on Both fighters are popular locally and have a record of hard fought battles The poet is born, but the liar is An aggressive man soon acq compelled to acquire his art. | a reputation as a knocker. t I I I I I I ED DOUGLAS and "PASTRIBLING present The Great Heavyweight Match Auspice? Coral Cables Post. American Legion JOHNNY RISKO vs. JIM MALONEY 10 ROUNDS TO A DECISION CORAL GABLES COLISEUM \ I %  I I B I I Thursdav Evening, January 4, f MIAMI'S GREATEST RACING SEASON Saturday Dec* 30th AC TI< >NGLAMOR OF THE SPORT OF RACING THOROUGHBREDS — THRILLS The (tables Racing Association is Proud to offer, as the inaugural feature of (ireater Miami's long winter season, the best horses from the outstanding stables in the United States WEST OF THE BILTMORE TOWER A man who had a i udge a In. rabbi sent the latter the figure oi a dog made out of sugar. The Rabbi, with a fine .sense of humor, sent to the man the sugar statue of a rabbi. Meeting the Rabbi, the man i what he meant. Replied the Rabbi: "Each .sends hi own Image." The selfish man, like a ball of twine, la wrapped up in himself. Unlimited Parking Space GAB LE S ASSOCI FOLLOW THE ARROWS TO TROPICAL PARK RACING ION INC Stevens, Inc. Catering Troughout rtaces conducted under the auspices of the Florida State Racing Commission



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. Dec. 29. 1933 I 1 Aaron J. Levy, chief justice of the Supreme Court of New York, was guest of honor Wednesday night at a banquet celebrating his fifty-second birthday in the Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jacobs, owners of the hotel, were hosts. Among the 32 guests were Mayor and Mrs. A. Prank Katzentine, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Liberman. Mayor Max Schneider of Yonkers, N. Y.; Louis Schneider and Herman SeiNew York state senators; Leon Sempliner, justice of the Illinois Supreme court; their wives; Jerome Mann and George Price. New York, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Miami Beach city councilman. The roof of the hotel was decorat1 cl like a courtroom in honor of Judge Levy. • • • Mrs, Larry Fay will give a garden bridge at her home. 501 Minorca avenue, Coral Gables, in honor of Mrs, Si Mendelsohn of New Orleans, formerly of Miami, at 2:30 p m. today. • • Resolutions adopted at the final session of the recent conference of Bnai Brith included a vote of thanks to the Jewish Floridian, the Miami Daily Herald, the Miami Daily for their coperatlon in reporting the progress 01 the proceedn solution of thanks to the Miami Elks Lodge for the use ol the Club rooms and a vote ol hanks to the local arrangements committee, The principal resolution adopted expressed the .sincere thanks Jewry as represented at the 10) ) N \* i'liotie 2-6551 Vdulla 20r t'hildrrn 10c Boi Offire opi n.s i) .HI p.m. Sunday Evenings 20c I I Sunday-Monday, Dec. 31-Jan. 1 BERT WHEELER ROBERT WOOLSEY "Diplomaniacs" conference to Judge Joseph Fromberg past president and Dr. Leon Banov president of DLstrict Grand Lodge No. 5 of Bnai Brith for their efforts in behalf of Jewry; pledged the support of local Jews towards the continuation of the work of the Bnai Brith and to the formation of a srong local Lodge of not less than two hundred members to carry out Bnai Brith ideals. The resolutions provided that a campaign for members would be immediately inaugurated and that the membership would all be included in the BanovFrombrrR Bnai Brith Class". A resolution urged the district Grand Lodge to bring the 1934 convention of the Order to Miami and pledged the cooperation of local Jewry m such efforts. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sedon are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby girl Muriel Sander born on December 26th. at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mother and baby are resting nicely. • • Mrs. Fiances Leavitt recently i\Jured in an automobile accident returned tO her hOOie this week from the hospital where she had been a patient. She is now recuperating at her home 160 N. E. 43rd St. The Children of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Talmud Torali met at the Y. M. H. A. last Sunday morning and were conveyed to the Hollywood Casino v.hric the first picnic ot the season Iven the children by the Congregation. Rabbi Julius Washer was In charge and he was aslsted by Mr, and Mrs Philip Berkowitz, and members ol the faculty. Games were ; layed and Ice cream, cake, candies and dnnks were served during the afternoon. Beth David Bar Mitzva Boy's Club meet.every .Sunday morning at 8 a. in. for services followed by breakfast Last Sunday morning Mi and Mrs. Stanley c. Myers were the hosts in honor ol the Bar Mitzva oi their brother Pent/ Scheinberg. 1mm m** Your RELATIVE and FRIENDS in the SOVIET UNION will appreciate a gift sent them through TORCSIN to purchaHe domestic or imported articles, AT PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED. Your local bank or authorized agent will glva you the necessary information or accept your TORGSIN orders. Here are some of the prices: Flour, 6 kopeks; kasha, 14 kp.; sugar, 40 kp a kilo, (2 1/6 American Lb.) 1 Pair of Man's shoes, 3.75 Rbl.i Ladlss' shoss. 3.70 Rbl.: Men's rubbers. 1.76 Rbl.; Ladies' rubbers, 90 kp.; Man's suits. 7.50 Rbl.; Ladies' suits, 7.10 Rubls; Sneakers. 40 kp.; Snap. 3 kp a place: e,c GcNCOAL Bf PBeyNTATIVE in U.S.A. STORES IN EVERY CITY % AmtoT *261 !" th Ave N See the Primitive Everglades at OPEN DAILY W T C| A I ft I P OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY 1VI U kJ i\ 1 J L L and SUNDAY SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Leadership CHIEF WILLIAM McKINLBT OSCBOLA V W. Twenty-Fifth Avenue and Sixteenth Street (;.. Went an IIW.I.HI ST. to 27TII AVE.. Turn North Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM See CewbS) Hill, a Keal Seminolr Indian. Wrestle the Alligator Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale TO (;ET THERE—Take Any For-Hire Car or Drive West on Flagler and North on 27th Avenue PLAYING AT THE TIVOU Till.ATMMr. M. A. Kaufman formerly of New York announces the opening of the Plaza Restaurant 316-318 Collins ave., Miami Beach, this evening at 5 p, m. Formerly Gratz's Restaurant the Plaza will now under its new management specialize in Hungarian Jewish cooking and will serve delicious meals in the lines! style. The opening will be marked by a 12 course banquet for which only seventy-five cents will be charged. Breakfast, luncheon, and dinner will be served during the season. • • • The Chicago Restaurant at 451 Collins ave.. Miami Beach, will open for the current winter season Wednesday evening. January 3rd. at 5 p. m. under the management of the famous M. 0< 40* 50* 1 White Oak Leather %  Half Soles 35cLADIES HIM15c I | ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP %  240 H. L Mnl M. Opp. Corlti Holel I %  REMEMBER — White Oak Leather Will Wear Longer. I Give It a Test and Time Will' Announcing the opening of THE PLAZA RESTAURANT HUNGARIAN JEWISH COOKING 316-318 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH (formerly Gratz Restaurant) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29th BEGINNING AT 5 P. M. With a 12 course first class Banquet Dinner at 75c PER PERSON Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE 1.. DIXON COMPANY "The House Thai Service Built" %  / 1100 V E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-6751 < -a... ... ... p • THE GATE SCHOOL j I of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION 807 Collins Ave. Miami Beach I Phone 5-1779 I PHILLIPS HARDWARE CX). 301 N. Miami Ave.—Phone 2-8445 HARDWARE-FISHING TACKLE-DeVOE & RAYNOLD8 PAINTS "You will like our store and its values." For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST %  sh arc the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily S_J* *! Se Fo >. w' have it at its very best, and at attractively scrvance w,th a thf unitary rules and regulations. %  % 


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Friday Dec. 29. 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five I SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fletcher and and Wednesday evenings from 7 to u, B nd Mrs. Oscar Margol of | 9 p. m. Recent Installations include Jacksonville, Fla.. are visitors to hot water and two large gym mats Miami for the holiday week and I and additional equipment will be provided from time to time. An invitation to join the class is extended to the general public. ar( being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz of this city. In RKO-Radio Pictures' laughter broadside. "Diplomaniacs." at the 7th Avenue Theatre next Sunday an( l Monday. Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey are commissioned to represent a tribe of American Indians at the Peace Conference. When the boys, a pair of voluptuous vamps, and 24 assorted handpick I'd blondes and brunettes, invade the conference hall seeking Next Sunday afternoon at the Antilla Hotel the marriage of Miss Sylvia Dreisen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dreisen to Mr. Nat L Williams, local attorney and son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams, will be solemnized by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation The bride will be attended by her sister. Miss Mildred Dreisen as maid of honor, Mrs. Frank B. Solomon, a i and war, the resultant melee sister of the groom as matron of peac ii a riotously funny spectacle. In support of the comedians are le White. Phyllis Barry. Hugh Herbert. Louis Calhem. Richard Carle. William Irving. Neely Edwards. Billy Bletcher, Teddy M and many others. William directed. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch are receiving congratulations on the birth honor, and Miss Faye Sheldon as attendant. Anson Dreisen brother of the bride will serve as best man and will be assisted by four ushers whose names have not yet been announced. Beryl Solomon nephew of the groom will be ring bearer, and little Arlene Solomon niece of the grcom will be flower girl. The groom is secretary of the local Bnai Brith Jewish Women. Lodge and the bride is a former of a baby boy last Monday morning | president of the Junior Council of at the Victoria Hospital. Mother iiiid baby are resting nicely. Mrs. Hirsch is the president of the ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and an .. communal worker here. The bria will be held next Monday at the home of the Hirsch s. Jacob Landau owner of the Jewi-li Telegraphic Agency and pubPlans are now being made for the celebration of the fourth anniversary of the dedication of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation which will take place in February. Plans include a congregational banquets, a "Siyom Hatorah' with the presentation of A Safer Torah or "Holy Scroll" to the llsher of the Jewish Daily Bulletin Synagogue and the presentation of ia visitor at the Miami Biltmore Hotel this week. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewi.-h Welfare Bureau will tender a dessert bridge on Tuesday. January 9th, at the Blackstone Hotel, Mia "Poroches" and "Mentele" in memory of one of the members to the congregation. The dedicatory anniversary will begin on Friday night, February 2nd, at the late services when special services will be held, continue Saturday morni ireenfield hostesses. and P. Scheinberg as Beach, with Mesdames Charles ing and Saturday afternoon and conclude with the principal exercises on Sunday evening. February 4th. A number of prominent out of town speakers will attend. The Men's Health class of the Y. M. H. A. meets every Monday Barbara Rosamond weiner the GALA OPENING CHICAGO RESTAURANT Under the Management of 111• Famous M. & M. BARON 451 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3rd BEGINNING AT 5 P. M. WHEN A FULL COURSE BANQUKT DINNER MIIITK IIKIT l>\im I'hmii' Kilgrxalrr I PLAYING AT THE 7TII AVE. THEATRE day school are held every Sunday morning with an able staff assisting the Rabbi. The children are being taught Hebrew reading and writing, history and other Jewish subjects. BERT WHEEI.ER daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner entertained at a party last week for a number of her juvenile friends in celebration of her third birthday anniversary. Games were played during the afternoon and then ice cream, cake and candies were served. Prizes were given the winners of the games and each little guest received a favor. Roosevelt Says Judas Maecabrus' Exploits Inspiration to All A public examination of the children of the Talmud Torah and Sunday school of the iami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at an early date according to an announcement by Rabbi Julius Washer and Mr. Joseph Greenberg chairman of the Educational Committee of the Congregation. • • • A large number of worshippers and friends of the family attended the Bar Mitzva of Peretz Scheinberg son of Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg of this city last Saturday morning at Beth David. Following the services at which young Scheinberg recited the Haftoro and blessings and delievered an address in English the parents were hosts in the Talmud Torah auditorium where all gathered round heavilyladen tables to enjoy a buffet luncheon that was served. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Scheinberg in entertaining the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. does not want any more minorities and is determined to regulate Immigration of Jews in accordance with its own internal policies. Among the Jewish professors engaged for the University are Dr. Rudolf Nissen. Dr. Wilhelm Lepman, Dr. Hugo Braun. Dr. Julius Hirsch. Dr. Hans Winterstein. Dr. Joseph Ergesheimer. Dr. Seigfried Obandof. Dr. Vernon Lipsicz and Dr. Karl Lerventhal. I'NION A single crystal drop of water. Then another flowing free: The crystal mother joined her daughter— And we have Sea. A grain of sand golden-yellow. Then another grain of sand; The golden grain met his fellow— And we have Land. A human being; then another; Then more, and more, and more: And brother recognized his brother— And we have War! —Philip M. Raskin.. Now York.—"Judas Maccabeus has set an example of courage and fortitude which should contain an inspiration to us all." President Roosevelt declared in a telegram to the fourth annual Maccabean Festival held in Madison Square Garden under the auspices of the New York Region. Twenty thousand people applauded the President's message which Vegretted his inj ability to be present and conveyed : inappreciation of the signal part taken' by'the Jewish people in upholding the traditions and aims of our country." Samuel Untermyer, the principal speaker, pleaded for a revival of the Maccabean spirit and bitterly attacked Dr. Hans Luther. German ambassador, whose recall he demanded. Other speakers were Morris Margulies. director. G. A. Lowenstein. chairman. Morris Rothenberg. Louis Lipsky and Carl Sherman. The feature of the festival was a presentation of a stirring dramatic and musical spectacle entitled "Reunion in Tel Aviv" portraying modern Jewish life in Palestine. "Reunion in Tel Aviv." produced with i east of 500 and a large symphony orchestra, was directed by Isaac Van Grove, who staged "The Romance of a People "; Lasar Galpern. internationally renowned ballet master: Emil Hilb. noted conductor; Eugene Fuerst, R. Ben Ari. and Miss Lillian Shapiro. A message was also received from Professor Albert Einstein. Made work is where a housewife has to clean up pots and pans, after a daughter and the high school chums stir up a mess of fudge. No man has a right to expect his wife to be a good cook unless he is that kind of provider. If good intentions could be used for paving material what a saving it would be for the taxpayers. WELCOME THE NEW YEAR with HADASSAH at the Blackstone Hotel MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31 Hi P. M. DINNER DANCING ENTERTAINMENT $3.50 Per Plate For Reservations PhOtM S5H1 "T 21387 It takes a woman who doesn't know how to do a thing to do it better than a man who knows all about it. 36 Exiled German Jewish Professors Named to Turkish University Istanbul.—Thirty-six of the most eminent German-Jewish professors, all ousted by the Nazi regime, have been appointed to the faculty of the reorganized Istanbul University. The reorganization was earned through by Dr. Philippe Schwartz, lonner professor of pathological anatomy at the University of Franktun, who now holds the same chair at the Istanbul University. The revamped university replaces an old institution which was closed by the government on August 1. when 9G of the former professors were dismissed. This action of the Turkish government has given rise to the unfounded report that Turkey welcomes any and all German-Jewish refugees. The fact is that Turkey SAVE SAVE CLEANING %  ait 50c Pnt 25r I r 50C PKE88ING SnIU 25c I'I.III15c lire-.-,-. 25c up Your (;rmTits Arc Handled Only Hv Experts Here SUNSHINE CLEANERS 110-112 N. W. IXth \,.nii, TIVOLI Shorn 11.15 nd 0:00 P. M. 20c till 6:30—Evening 25c Matinees Daily Sunday-Monday. Dec. 31-Jan. 1 CHARLES RUGGLES PHIL HARRIS "Melodv Cruise" Worshippers Leave Synagogue When Boycott Violators Enter F i rararararajaraiajHfHiErgiajaizrararara Vilna—The strength of the antiNazi boycott in Poland was dramatically demonstrated when all the members of a local synagogue walked out of services in a body when two Jewish merchants, known to have violated the boycott, entered the building. The same day the two Jews called on M. Wigodsky. president of the kehillah. and not only pledged themselves to refrain from handling German goods but made substantial contributions to the German-Jewish relief fund. Reports of the Sunday School and Talmud Torah of Congregation Beth Jacob show a marked increase in attendance and results accomplished. Sessions of the Talmud Torah are being held daily under the supervision of Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom. while session of the SunMiami Ave. N E. I s St Phone 3-2121 THEMARKSTC Miami's Biq Department Store THE MARK STORE AND ITS EMPLO YEES WISH THE RESIDENTS AND VISITORS OF GREATER MIAMI A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR


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wJewisti floridiati Vol. C. No. 52 Jewish News Around The World I I.OR]DA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1933 I.urnIon Jewish Chronicle Banned In Germany New York.—The London Jewish Chronicle has been banned throughout Germany "on account of its general tendency." according to word received at its New York office. The Chronicle has received wide praise for its comprehensive coverage of the German-Jewish situation. Price Five Cents UjUiA Announcements! MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (OrthorioD I54S S. W. Third Street JULIl'S WASHER. Rabbi 2,006 Pledge Intensified Boycott On German Madical Products New York.—Intensification of the •tt against German drugs, mi dlclnes and medical instruments wa pledged at a meeting of 2.00'; doctors, dentists and pharmacists held at the Hotel Pennsylvania under the auspices of the Allied Dental Council. James W. Gerard. former ambassador to Germany, urged the Jews to continue the boycott and said if it is made strong and vigorous the Nazis "will yield and some proposal will come from the other side" to save German Jewry, Other speakers warned Jews to be on guard against yarmel-kahs mid Chanukah candles made in Germany. I I i n I 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Friday evening services begin at 8:15 with Jacob Landau president of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency as the guest speaker. He will tell of conditions in Germany which he recently visited using as his subject "Germany as I Saw It." Rabbi Dr. Kaplan will speak on the work of the Jewish Welfare Bureau as will Mr. Harry I. Magid. Miami provided the local Lodge would show intensive work and a decided increase in the membership. Cantors Boris Schlachman and Louis Hayman sang during the afternoon's ceremonies. With the benediction offered by Rabbi Julius Washer the conference was finally adjourned. An important meeting of the Miami Convention Committee for the Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and laymen of Florida will be held next Tuesday evening beginning at 8 p. m. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation 1545 S. W. 3rd st. The conference will be held in Miami January 21st and 22nd and the different sessions will be held in Beth David Synagogue, the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami Beach. Plans include the delivery of a number of addresses by Rabbis of Florida and by prominent laymen of Florida and the Unit*! State: A banquet will be held the night of the first day of the convention. t4PSlVmJ Among the Rabbis who read papers during the Conference are Rabbi S. M. Machtei on "The Importance of Ceremonies". Rabbi Max Shapiro on "The Young People and the Synagogue". Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom on "Kashrus". Rabbi Morris Margolls of Jacksonville on "Adult Education". Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg on "Religious Education", Rabbi Julius Washer on "The Synagogue". Rabbi Adolph Burger will deliver the opening address. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Early services begin at 4:30 p. m. with the late services at 8 o'clock when the Rabbi will preach a sermon on "Can Hitlensm dispense with Judaism." The Rabbi will also speak briefly on the work of the Jewish Welfare Bureau during the evening. Cantor Louis Hayman and the choir will chant the traditional service. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a. m. and Clarence S Turkel nephew of Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg will be Bar Mitzva. recite the blessings and deliver a brief talk in English. The Junior congregation will meet at 10:30 a. m. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "Why Count Years?" In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns, scripture reading, and a question box.


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