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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 )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 1!K!4
Price Five Cents
Iwish News
round The
World
11>. litli (loses
llirl Foundation at West
Virginia University
| & ciii.sc the Jewish Btu-
; the University of West
fen has dwindled to less than
iiiiicl Foundation al thai
lion, one of nine similar fuun-
maintalned at a.s many unl-
it by the B'nal B'ritli will be
moved to another east-
outhern university within
st few months, according to
kimi reached at a meeting oi
pal B'rith Hillel Foundation
here. En order to link
nts at 100 other unl-
|s. where the B'nai B'rith is
ally unable to establish Hil-
I tions, with the work ol
loundi tlon the Commission
D oul b system of .syllabi.
| nd reading lists thai
be furnished to Jewish
| In all univi rsity centers. Dr
5achar. national director ol
llli-l Foundations, reported
Y Foundation program now
i technique made
|i". by the spread ol anti-
propaganda in the univer-
t lation directors, he said.
lei 11 combatting the propa-
lol German exchange stud-
Do Itinerant lectures
Jewish Pianiste
To Be Heard Here
lay Boycott Utilities That
krimlnate Against Them
Synagog Plans
Active Summer
Chair.- recently purchased for the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con n
tion have been Installed In th<
Synagogue during the past week
They are oi the latest style and con-
form in the general color scheme ol
the auditorium. Plates bearing
names ol donors or names of par-
i lea in whose memory the chal
have been donated are now being
prepared. Announcements will be
made shortly as to the date ot the
formal dedication oi the chairs
Plans include the complete renova-
(tion of the Synagogue and rebuild-
ing Ol the Ark and pulpit, as well
a.s the erect ion of a building ad-
joining the Synagogue to house the
.social activities ot the Congrega-
tion and Ladies Auxiliary.
Bfork The public utilities ol
(>rk will be faced with an or-
one-night-a-week boycott
Electricity and telephone ser-
Jewlsh householders unless
abandon their policy of
plating against Jews in em-
Iit. the utilities were warned
leting ol the board of direc-
Brooklyn Jewish Democracy.
keeting, presided over by
Lelbowitz, attorney, drafted
peal to Senator William
chairman of the state Sen-
Bciary Commitee, calling on
Investigate the discrimina-
Mnst Jews by the public
Sisterhood Names
New Leaders
kf Jassy University Resigns
Protest Against Anti-
Semitlc Parley
ft Thomas Bratu, rector
reity ol Jassy, has re-
in protest against the Rou-
government's decision to
[the Roumanian Students
P""i to hold its annual con-
, The government had previ-
fc'i ed to allow the congress
I Id The usual anti-Semitic
pu were adopted at the con-
among them demand-s for
|ai numerus clausus laws in
Iverslties and new numerus
:' : lation to govern the
bn ol Jews to industrial and
fial positions.
A general membership meeting
of Beth David Sisterhood was held
! at which election of officers took
place last Wednesday. A report by
the nominating committee was pre-
sented by the chairman Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers. Officers unanimously
elected for the next term are Mrs.
Wm. Robinson, president; Mrs. L.
M. Levins, 1st vice president; Mrs.
Louis Weinkle 2nd vice president;
Mrs. Isidor Fine, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Mannie Wesson, financial
secretary; Mrs. Hair? Markowitz.
recording secretary; Mrs. Sol. Wein-
kle. treasurer; and Mrs. Ed Fried-
man auditor. To serve a.s directors
for a three year term. Me.sdamcs L.
Harts, J. Engler and A. Bubln; for
a two year term. Mesdames II Hay-
vis, Louis Hayman and Samuel
Welssel; for a one year term Mes-
dames m. Schemberg, Wm. Fried-
man mid Harry Isaacs. Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, the retiring president
was elected honorary president in
recognition ol her faithfulness and
loyalty to the organization Miffl
Ida Engler was chosen representa-
tive ot the Sisterhood for the Ha-
dassah May Day dance. The oflic-
en will be installed at a formal
ceremony to be held soon.
Qet Together
Miss Mildred Greenberg. well
known Jewish pianiste and member
ol the faculty of the University ol
Miami Conservatory of Music will
be heard in a recital Wednesdaj
evening April 25th at the University
Recital Hall 1401 N. E. 2nd avenue
beginning at 8:30 p. m. She will be
assisted by a trio of well known
musicians Anna King. Eloise King
and Margaret Held. Miss Greenberg
will play comopsitlons by Chopin
Hayon, Brahmand oilier classical
composers.
The Jewish community of Mi-
ami is growing and growing daily
from day to day. We hear much
daily about Jews working togeth-
er in harmony for the common
good. Splendid and worth while,
we agree.
When one wants to start some-
thing worth while, wholesome,
and beneficial, it is advisable, our
sages tell us, to begin with the
children.
Greater Miami Jewry boasts of
four splendid Sunday schools and
three Talmud Torahs. We hear
much of interschool athletics, and
cultural activities among non-
Jews. Why not among our Jew-
ish Sunday schools and Talmud
Torahs.
We suggest: Let Beth David.
Temple Israel. Iteth Jacob and
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation appoint a committee
each, to arrange for a series Ol
athletic contests during the next
mouth. Let them, at the same
lime, arrange for a series of cul-
tural contests, debates, declama-
tions, and compositions on Jew
ish subjects. Rules can easily '..
arranged. Let a spirit of real
friendly competition rule through-
out.
Thus will every spirit of pos-
sible antagonism that may per-
haps be existent between the eld-
ers, be wiped out forever amongst
the youngsters. In that way will
there be brought about a closer
bond of friendship among our
own.
The Jewish Ploridian will be
happy to aid in this movement
by offering; certain prizes. We
are sure that our Jewish for-
ward looking merchants and
business men will be glad to aid
in this worthy cause.
How about it .you Rabbis and
Congregational leaders?
Junior Hadassah
To Entertain
Invitations have been extended
by members of Junior Hadassah to
their annual five-dollar donor's din-
ner dance Tunday evening. April
22nd, at Auby's Lagoon in Miami
Beach. Each year the dinner dance
is long anticiuated and is thorough-
ly enjoyed.
Mrs. Jasper Cromer and Mrs.
William Fan- are co-chairmen and
arc accepting reservations until
Saturday evening. Decorations will
follow a travel mode. Orel:
music will be furnished for dancing,
and an elaborate program of enter-
tainment will be presented. The
tables will be centered with roses
and fern and favors will be pre-
sented to each guest. A surprise
Skit will feature the evening's en-
tertainment.
Palestinian
Tid Bits
It is estimated that Jewish capi-
tal invested in Palestine during
1933 amounted to CP5.00.000 as
compared with p3.250.ooo in 1932
. Articles of Association for the
Palestine Industrial and Financing
Corporation have been submitted
to the Palestine Government by
Emanuel Neumann and his asso-
ciates. The Articles provide for an
authorized capital of 100.000 upi
.shares. Among the initial sharehol-
ders are the Anglo-Palestine Bank
Emanuel Neumann. Michel Haskel
(Johannesburg), Lord Melcheti
1 London 1. Dr. Angelo Geron < Tu-
rin'. Nathan L. Goldstein < New-
York i, Edward Aghion < Alexan-
dria 1. Joseph Adda 'Alexandria'
and Ralph A. Harari 'Cairo'. Sub-
scriptions for more than 100.0011
shares have been received. The
Initial paid-in capital will be limit-
ed to CP50.000. The Company, with
Mr, Neumann as its managing di-
rector, will have headquarters ai
Jerusalem The directors <>'.
Ashral Bank have founded a new
Insurance company In Tel-Aviv .
The Palestine Lloyd Underwriter-.
Ltd.. With B eapilal ol LPIOO.OOO.
will shortly begin operation In
Ine. 'I he capital stock Is held
by Lloyd Underwriters of London
and a Palestine group. The com-
panj will engage In all kinds ol fire
marine, life and casualty Insurance
. Early 1934 issues ol the Pales-
tine Government Official Gazette
egistration of 14 new cooper-
atives. 69 new partnerships and 18
new corporations, The cooperatives
included 5 engaged in transporta-
tion; 4. in construction; 4, in colon-
ization, irrigation, etc., work: and
1 savings and loan society. There
were 30 commercial. 21 manufac-
turing, 3 ((instruction. 9 transpor-
tation, 2 printing and 4 miscellan-
eous partnerships. The corporations
consisted of 8 commercial. 6 con-
struction and 4 manufacturing un-
dertakings. In addition, two foreign
insurance companies were register-
ed. .. "Evidence of the commer-
cial and professional activity is ap-
parent on all sides in new shop-
fronts, factories, farms, and sign-
boards of members of the liberal
professions, most of the newcomers
gravitating to Tel-Aviv, Haifa and
their environs. Jerusalem is neg-
lected mostly on account of the fear
ol the summer shortage of water,
but this is now being in some way
mitigated ..." (Near East and In-
dia). The Government has ap-
pointed a special commission to
suggest means of attracting tourist.,
to Palestine The following
figures indicate the growth of Tel-
Aviv iii the past four years:
New Building Area
Year Cubic Metres
1930 ... 43.700
1931 65,800
1932 ... 128.079
1933 353,322
Water Consumption
Year Cubic Metres
1930 ...................................... 2,204.247
1931 .. ...... 2,453,273
(Continued on page 3'
j Announcements!
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
.111 Wn-hiii:-'..!, Ave.. Miami Reach
DAVID I. ROSKNBI.OOM. Rabbi.
Early services begin tonight at t>
p. in. Late services for the season
have been discontinued. Tomorrow
morning services begin at 8:30 when
Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant.
Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach in
Yiddish on the portion of the week.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Connervatiee)
139 N. W. Third Arena*
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Early services at 6 p. m. are fol-
lowed by the late services at 8:15
when the Rabbi will preach on
"The Perplexities of the Man in the
Pulpit." Cantor Louis Hayman will
chant the services. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 8:30. The Jun-
ior Congregation under the direc-
tion of Cantor Kaminsky meets ai
10:30.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIl'S WASHER. Rabbi
Early services begin at 6 p. m.
Late services for the season havi
been discontinued. Tomorrow morn-
ing services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha
services begin at 6 p. m. followed
by the Marriv service.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular Friday evening services
will be held beginning at 8:15 when
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will
preach a sermon on a topic of in-
terest. The public is invited to at-
tend.
Rabbi Speaks
To Y. M. H. A.
Rabbi Max Shapiro addressed the
regular meeting of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association last Wednesday
night following the business session.
Plans for a series of bi-weekly danc-
es for the summer season were dis-
cussed and will be acted on at the
next meeting, when full details will
be announced. Nomination for offic-
ers for the coming year will be held
at the third meeting in May at
which time a buffet dinner will be
served. Diamond ball practice will
be held at Flamingo Park Sunday
at 2 p. m. when a game will be
played between the A and B teams.
Team members will be chosen with-
in the next week and the team will
be entered in one of the city lea-
gues.
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THE JEWISH
Ifloridian
[l BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY
b> the
t-WISH PLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
Jr' p. O. Bo 2973
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
I, S. W. 15th Avenue Phone 2-I18S
J. LOUIS SIIOCHF.T, Editor
IrRKD K. SIIOCIIET. Circulation Manlier
ICANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
j :i second claw matter
11tf3,i at the Poet Office at Miami
",l,.'r the Act "f Mnr.li 3. 1879.
July 4.
Florida.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
St. Petersburg
Notes
I monthly meeting Thursday April
1 5th, in the auditorium of the tem-
ple. Plans were made for a card
party Thursday evening April 19th.
The president also appointed a
nominating committee and they will
Bnal Israel Cong, begin at 8 p m M* "' ihSlt rCport at tne next
A sermon: "Optimism And Conn- meeting- tne ladies ^rving on this
Regular Friday night servi
rices of
dence", text: Ezeklel 37-11. will be
preached by Rabbi Kleinfeld.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
i. Month In.- ^ mr a si.oo
I'Kl DAY, APRIL Vol. 7No. 20, 16 1934
Dickstein's Wise Maze
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid
society are holding a Bazaar tor
one week at tiiiti Central Ave., where
many pretty things are being sold
Every night has its different amuse-
ments. The public is invited.
committee are Mrs. Geo. Ichill, Mrs.
Harry Cohen, Mrs. Ben Haimowitz,
Miss Clara Wohl, and Mrs. M. H.
Kislcr. these officers to serve a
period oi two years.

THE
GIA0M
When the President ordered all
gold turned into the Government s
vaults, Jake Lowenstein sent his
son to the safety vaults to take the
every hundred years. At this rate,
eternal night will arrive in eight
billion years.
And some wise cracker has opin-
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Frye oi
129 18th Ave. No., entertained last
Monday evening a number of
friends at bridge. Among the guests
was Mrs. Ida Mershen who Is leav-
ing for her home in New York City.
Friends of Mr. Wm. Weber, and
his family of 802 West Francis Ave.,
Tampa, were sorry to hear of Mr.
Weber's attack and we sincerely
hope and trust that soon he will be
on the road to recovery. M. Weber
is suffering from a paralytic stroke.
Mr. and Mrs. -Joe Age! have left
tor their home in Burlington, Ver-
mont. Before leaving Mr. Agel left
a substantial donation to the Con-
gregation, same being 10': of the
net receipts Incoming to the Con-
gregation throughout the past Win-
ter season.
Miss Sarah Wohl, of 1937 9th ave-
nue, has returned to her home aftei
undergoing a minor operation at the
Tampa Municipal Hospital.
PALESTINIAN Tll> BITS
'Continued from page 1)
ressman Samuel Dickstein
3 the congratulations of
American Jewry. He has acted with
Honor and dignity in the interests
the Jewish people. His declina-
si the post of chairman ol the
; Committee of Inquiry Into
Mr. Theophlle Weil, a loyal and
contributing member of Congrega-
tion Bnai Israel, left for his north-
ern home at Asbury Park, N. J.
Last Sunday afternoon at the Con-
gregation, he was host to all his
friends. Cards were played, refresh-
ments served and prizes awarded.
ic'.d in them and bring it to the j ed that if feminine styles keep on
their present trend, constant dark-
ness may be absolutely essential by
that time.
Be that as it may, just think how
nice it will be when our days are
all nights. Nothing to do but listen
to the radio and spin around the
night clubs.
And only eight billion years to
wait. Don't be impatient!
United States Treasury. A couple oi
hours later the son came back af-
ter a difficult time carrying the
heavy load in a valise.
"I almost broke my back carry-
ing that gold," he complained.
"You almost broke your back
carrying it!" his father shouted,
but I broke mine working for it."
He is so hopelessly dumb that he
thinks a "pan-handler" is an in-
terne in a hospital.
1932 2.795.210
1933 3.704,702
Year Population
1931 46,000
1930 42.000
'932 56.000 If songs, like crimson roses, are cull-
'933 85,0001 ed from the thin, blue air,
. The first 500 tons of pipe lor | Why .should mortals wonder thai
Faith
If radio's slim fingers can pluck a
melody from the night
And toss it over continent or sea.
If the petaled white notes of a
violin
Can be blown across a mountain or
a city's din.
At the last meeting oi the Board
ol Trustee ol Con n gation Bnai
Israel, it was decided to secure ..
ivities places that body far suil for the erection of a
new Sym togue. In the absence ol
the P Dave Rothblatt.
chairman oi thi Board ol Trusti es
presided, and appointed the follow-
In building committee Mr. A.
Sierkese, Ed Goldman, Frank Rabin
and J Fuchs.
the new Jerusalem water works
have been delivered New roads
under construction in Northern
Galilee are nearing completion. The
Government has made an appropri-
ation of CP10.000 for this work .
Negotiations are proceeding for the
settlement of 50 German Jewish
Immigrant families In Metullah,
northernmosl Jewish colony. It Is
God hears prayer!
Writer Unknown.
"Willie, say your prayers."
"I won't."
"Don't you want to go to heaven."
"Nah; I'm goin' with Papa."
We get happiness by giving it to
others. Try it and see.
Has your husband any hobbies?'
asked the new neighbor who was
calling.
"No," said Mrs Neuntch, "he has
rheumatiz a good deal, and hives
now and then, but he ain't never
had no hobbies."
Guide"Now, we shall see
sarcophagus of old King Tut."
Bashful Old Maid I'd better
Wait here."
he waj to a successful and un-
reachable investigation. It was
Exceedingly important that there
Humid be no taint oi partisanship
I ting head oi the inquiry.
that no ied herring could be
a across the amazing revela-
lon thai will undoubtedly be forth-
wmng. As a member of the com-
littee, Mr. Dickstein will have
ipportunity to guard against
ny lukewarm analysis ol the Nazi
tempt to import anti-Semitism
Mo this country. We trust that
representative McConnack of Mas-
ichusetts, who has been chosen
hairman Of the Hou.se Inquiry
ommittee, will recognize the re-
ponsibility that rests with him
ferret out the individuals and or-
anizaiions who are seeking to un-
iimine the American institution
racial equality.
English scientists have figured on;
that a dav on earth becomes one-
proposed that they be given 2,500 thousandth of a second shorter
dunams of land for cattle breeding
fruit-tree growing, bee-keeping and
Dancer
Give us freely each day of the
Spirit of Tolerance. May we be
the kindly disposed one toward another.
Help us to esteem ourselves modest-
ly, and to esteem our fellows gen-
erously Help us to search diligent-
ly m the fertile places of an Open
Mind: and may we direct our
Thoughts, our Words, and our Acts
only toward Good.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
The opening Cabaret Ball that
was held at the Y. M. H. A. Satur-
day evening April 14th. was a huge I tnc abundance of work" during the
poultry raising. The Custom
Director attended the annual meet-
the Jewish Chamber of Com-
merce oi Haifa and heard the vari-
ous criticisms of the conduct of his
department and Of the inadequate
new harbor facilities at Haifa. He
invited written complaints abou'
customs officials and promised that
they would receive proper atten-
tion. He commented: "all of US,
Customs Department as well as
merchants, have been surprised by
Reed Raps Hitlerism As
To Liberty
brotherhood Day
April 29th
The National Conference of Jews
d Christians, seriously engaged in
1 work of combating racial hat-
therhood Day. Its purpose is to
ing together leaders of the Catlio-
. Protestant and Jewish faiths in
n city to discuss topics that are
mutual interest. One of the
lcs suggested for speakers is:
rethren in WarsWhy Not In
ace?" If the audiences for such
posed meetings could include
her than professional "good-will-
s." the results of Brotherhood Day
Juld be extensive. In any event.
>' National Conference has initiat-
i an idea which is bound to bear
Mil il it is developed over a suffi-
i'"it number of years. Putting
rotherhood Day on the calendar
thousands of American cities is
step forward In the effort to em-
Wslze, constantly and publicly,
t religious and racial prejudice
no place in American life.
success both socially and financial-
ly. Mr. Sam Verkauf. acted as mas-
ter of ceremonies for the evening,
those taking part on the program
were Master Irving Steinberg and
Mabel Gamble. Mr. Meyer Stoun.
Miss Sylvia Stoun. Miss Lula Pivi-
dal. The Havana Sweethearts, Man-
uel Sanchez Orchestra. Claude Har-
ris' Orchestra, and Little Genevieve.
The committee in charge was Di-
vider Rosenthal, chairman, Mr. A
R. Berger, Mr. Chas. Jacobs, Mr
Julius Silverman, Dr. Leon Schwartz
Mr. B. J. Finman, Mr. Max Juster.
Mr. Sam Aronson and others.
A marriage of wide interest in
Tampa and Georgia was solemnized
here Thursday afternoon. April 19.
4 p. m. when Miss Mildred Jane
Wolf became the bride of Dr. Wil-
liam Weichselbaum, Jr.. of Savan-
nah. Ga. Rabbi David Zielonka of-
ficiated at the wedding which took
place at the Schaari Zedek Temple.
The bride, who is a daughter of
Mrs. Caroline Wolf, of 901 S. Dela-
ware Ave.. and the late Morris Wolf.
had as her only attendant her elder
sister. Miss Bernice Wolf. Among
the hostesses who have entertained
for Miss Wolf are Mrs. Arthur Kess-
ler. Mrs. I. Z. Kessler. Mrs. Ozeas
Marcus, Mrs. Johanna Goldberg,
and rs. Lois Wellhouse.
past year: "we were not prepared
for this immigration": as to the
overcrowded state in the port, "you
should take into consideration that,
instead of four or five ships daily
in the past year, we today harbor
twenty ships daily; I agree to the
need of another warehouse, which
will be erected before next winter".
Syrian laborers and farm hands arc
seeking permission to emigrate from
Syria to Turkey in order to find
employment The annual report
of the Zebulun Palestine Seafaring
Society states ". At Haifa. 12 boys
intraining at the Technicum were
presented with table seamen's cer-
tificates by the High Commissioner;
a number of them are now employ-
ed in the Haifa Harbor and a few
have been placed as apprentices in
shipping lines."
Nails Tempt British Students To
Lecture Courses on Hitlerism
The Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph
Sholom Temple held their regular
London Hundreds of British
teachers and university students
have received invitations from offi-
cial German bureaus to attend sum-
mer courses on Hitlerism and "race-
ology" In various German universi-
ties. Special tourist rates have been
offered to those enrolling for these
courses. The chief lecturer on t hese
subjects will be Ernst F. Hanf-
staengel. Hitler's personal adjutant
and director of the foreign press
bureau.
Chicago"The treatment of the
Jew.- by Hitler is a brand of Shame
upon the brow of Germany," form-
er:- Senator James A. Reed, of Mis-
souri, asserted at the midwestern
conference of the Chicago Commit-
tee for the Defense of Human
Rights Against Nazi-ism. More than
1.000 delegates from five states
cheered Mr. Reed's impassioned de-
nunciation of Hitlerism as "des-
potic" and as danger signal for
lovers of liberty. Representatives
Edward Kenney of New Jersey, au-
thor of the Congressional bill to
make Professor Albert Einstein an
American citizen, devoted his entire
address to a plea that Dr. Einstein
be admitted to American citizen-
ship.
The conference initiated a fund
to promote the boycott against Ger-
man gods. A pledge of $7,00 in be-
half of the Men's Club of Temple
Sinai was made by its president,
Joseph Krails. Jacob Siegel, chair-
man of the Boycott Committee
Against Naziism. contributed S500.
Resolutions were adopted urging in-
dividuals to boycott German mer-
chandise and ships and recommend-
ing that Congress demand that all
foreign-made goods shipped into
the United States be stamped with
the name of the country where it
is made.
the country.
The purpose of the organization
is contained m a clause in its con-
stitution which reads:
Because all people living in this
goodly land, except the Indians,
have come here from other lands.
either by their own choice or that
of their fathers, and because what-
ever we have of "Weal and Woe" is
the sum total of the combined ei-
forts of this cosmopolitan aggrega-
tion of people called Americans, we
therefore cannot countenance any
preferment in race or creed, but
must allow Christian or Pagan, Jew
or Gentile, Catholic or Protestant,
full freedom and protection in his
thought, conviction or worship, so
long as the exercise of such convic-
tion and worship does not interfere
with the rights of another."
National Youth Group
Formed to Foster Tolerance
Salt Lake CityThe Young Amer-
ican League has been formed here
with the object of spreading the
movement for closer understanding
among those of various faiths and
creeds. It is announced that the or-
ganization Intends moving along
"revolutionary" lines in this respect
and that it is making plans for the
formation of chapters throughout
Kalinin Hailed As Best Friend of
Russian Jews
MoscowMichael Kalinin, presi-
dent of the Soviet Union, ls hailed
as the greatest friend of the Jews
in Russia by the Yiddish Commun-
ist daily. Ernes, in a special article
in connection with the 15th anni-
versary of Kalinin's presidency. The
Ernes points out that Kalinin and
the late Nikolai Lenin were respon-
sible for Soviet Russia's friendly
treatment of the Jews. It was Kal-
inin, the Ernes says, who led the
way in the extensive program of
Jewish colonization in Crimea and
Bira Bidjan and in the govern-
ment's relentless campaign against
anti-Semitism.
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over radio station WIOD at
ten o'clock on Sunday morning, on
"Breaking With The Past". In addi-
tion to the sermon there will be
prayers, scripture reading, and a
question box.
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Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida |
\i i\ SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1934 No. 18
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"God's Chosen Ones"
Scripture Reading, Psalm xxxiv, venea 12-15, inclusive
Wo arc a blessed nation, albeit, a very gullible one. The citizens of
this land are very docile, and. were it not for our sense of humor, we
might be driven to rash acts. We .suffer from too many "saviors",from
those who believe themselves to be, or, who try to delude us into believ-
ing them. 'Clods chosen ones."
At the present time, two ol these self-designated saviors have held
the front pages of the national press; one. a high church dignitary, on
trial for failure to properly account for campaign funds entrusted to him,
and which he spent in a "holy" political campaign; the other an edu-
cator who feels himseli destined to save the country from a terrible
:ution". The former stands indicted in the courts ol law. and has
appealed his case, the latter Is airing his 1 1 ssional ^nnterestTl^eno good for the common people. Whj should It be? II
1 Both are 01 one class. The church dignitary sought to oppose ^ |eglslator L_ ,,, ml,.,,,,., h to kw whi tor his consl
betrayal ol the land Into the hands of a "foreign church
forward march of social and Industrial equality, fair attribution of the
nations wealth, a fighting chance for the common man. Uiese_tbey W
and dread. Why? Because it will reduce their surplus wealth. 1 >
It, also, because it will afford man more leisure, and. man may think our
lng his leisure, and he may discover the other Injustices that nave
1 oisted upon him. .
The actions of the church dignitary did no. shock me. becaUS.
him I expected a narrow reactionary spirit. The charges ol the edUCatOI
did rouse me to an appreciation of either their falsity or ol his insin-
cerity or gullibility. Why? Because we have a right to anticipate pro-
gressive ideas from an educator. Iron, a student ol history. When on.
such opposes progress, 1 doubt the purity ol his motives. When one sucn.
further, resides within an environment ol the mosl powerful oi national
industrial trusts, and. teaches m their territory. .1 is obvious thai he does
M, by then- good graces. He, therefore, cannot be Intere ted In the com-
mon weal. He serves the special privileged class. Hi his bread-and-
butter to them. That, to me. Is enough to disqualify his testimony.
we. Americans, are a gullible lot, a docile people. We swallow all th.
bait that Is thrown to us, be n digestible or Indigestible. 1 >"""^
we have known thai corruption exists and we have assumi omit-
ant With our political system. Now. a president has shown US that it need
not be SO. In New York City, a similar revolution took place. The le.
nave been removed from the body oi the citizenry. The lobbying ol
an Imaginary
power': the educator fears the conversion ol the form ol government.
In my humble opinion, the churchman was gravely mistaken.
were 1 to grant him that he was sincere: the educator Is equally mis-
taken, again granting him that he believes his charges to be lounded on
1 am not usually suspicious ol people's motives, but, in both these
1 am compelled to challenge the motives, even before I learn all the
facts, rhi dignitary sought to inject, and did inject, religious d<
Into a political campaign. That was both irreligious and un-Ameri-
can. The failure properly to account for all the funds entrusted to him
points to dishonesty, which we consider anti-religious and un-American.
The educator, whose contacts with the moneyed interests opposed to.
the New Deal havi 1 I been clearly traced, is but a tool to discredit
the President ol The United 81 he make.- Imply that
the President is but a puppet In the hand ol the "Brain Trust" who
plan to overthrow the established ment ol the land, such impu-
us Mew th, problem, analytically, It 1- an established rule "that
... 1 iltivate that upon winch i; thrives." Those who hi
muli country and citizen* through control oi the govern-
mental b nriched themselvi an noi inly reluctant
to sei .1 chan on but will fight, with all the unscrupuli .
methods at then command, a ain n dification ol these conditio
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wealth. Thi 1 old
rand any equitable code a.- a revol
demand that thi .0 in- maintained.
.om directed at 01a
Obviously, thi Hi poken in
hypocrite who .seeks to obstruct b social change and cries
thai lal, revolutl without being honest
and OUlspokl that he is merely interested in pro-
. itriot", who wave: the :.
and lary underneath 1 and stripes, is the most con-
temptible 01 traitors.
vernment has changed Its views, under the leadership of a
man ol the people, the people are coming 11.to their riuhls. Gone is tin
day oi government for the benefits 01 the privileged classes, The nation
1.- beniL: returned to the entln citizenry, to whom n rightly belongs.
Bill, the cry goes up. II Is a change from the established order. 'I hat's
line. That .s|>eak.- we'll lor it. If men had feared Change we would still be
British subjects, we would .-till use candles, ue would -till be riding in
horse-drawn vehicles, change- is the law oi life. Evolution lrom the lower |
to the higher is the controlling foice of life. God. Himself, is changeable.,
God revealed His Name to Moses, at the burning bush, a- "Ehyeh Osher
Ehyeh". That has been erroneously translated as "I AM THAT I AM."
It is a false translation. The phrase is a luture expression. It mean.. "I
SHALL BE THAT I SHALL BE." God taught Moses that progression is
the Divine law.
I can hear the cries of the men close to Pharaoh, when Moses made
his appeal for the enslaved Israelites, "Throw him out! He is a Red, a
Communist. It is revolution! What does he mean "give the slaves free-
dom? They are ours." So, in this day, the exploiters cry. "Reds, Com-
munists. Revolution",at every attempt to give freedom from industrial
bondage, lrom social enslavement, to the citizens of the land. They talk
of the established traditions of the land. Who. I ask. established those
traditions? Was it the common people who paid for lobbying in the halls
of Congress and other legislative bodies in order to put over special laws
favoring the privileged classes? What of the still older religious tradi-
tions of justice and equality for all? No one has come to their defense.
No one has decried their being trampled under foot. Why? Because the
loud-mouthed shouters profited lrom the neglect of those traditions. It
is only when their rapacious methods of exploitations arc threatened
that they rise to shout "Revolution".
I would have more respect for them if they avoided subterfuges and
came out openly to protect their ill-gotten gains. But. no, that would give
their hands away. So. they wave the flag and shout. "We are threatened
with revolution!" "The President is being led along dangerous paths!"
line rou.- yes. But. to whom? Dangerous to the special Interests who
see the writing on the wall. President Roosevelt, like Moses, is persona
non grata in the courts of Pharaoh, of the task-masiers, of the Simon
iio had for years swung the whip over the heads of the com-
mon people, the working-man. and the workingwoman.
Change,they fear change. Just try to restore the old feudal system.
try to apportion the land to various land-owners, to special vested inter-
ests, granting them control over the lives of all who inhabit their terrl-
try that sort of change and see if they will cry "Revolution!" Of
course not. That would just suit them. It isn't change they fear. It is the
tuents, he should be returned to private hie-, what persuasive powers do
the special interests use?
Beware ol these chosen ones of God who 1. nal li II bj
retarding progress. Beware ol the hypocrite who In ect rell Ion en
patriotism Into a purely commercial or social problem, or Into a religious
problem. Beware ol the spokesman who speaks for the masses and
eiates with the classes. They are traitors to the nation. It is time lor the
citizens to demand that tho.se who cril should be specific
in their reasoi We wanl no amblguitj No generalities. 11 they object
to a "Bram Trust", we objeel to them. Lei them continue bCainlessly
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SOCIETY
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]\V. Pine, now county solici-
|Dade county, announced this
h;ii he will be a candidate to
himself subject to the June
as lie is known to thous-
Dadc Countians was born
lord. Fla.. August 16, 1890.
|ved to Dade county in 1896.
Juatcd from the Miami High
a 1907 and from the Colo-
|w school in 1913. He marri-
Inez Johnson, in 1914, and
.von Fred Pine, Jr. Mr. Pine
Dade County politics as
H County Solicitor under
B<: Gautier in 1914 and serv-
1910. He was a successful
|te tor County Solicitor and
lour year term. He was re-
in 1920 and was again a
;e in 1924 when he was de-
n 1928 he was again elect-
It y Solicitor but Gov. Doyle
declined to appoint him.
again a candidate in 1930
an dwas elected by an overwhelm-
ing majority to the office which he
now holds. He received his appoint-
ment in 1931 and was removed by
Gov. Carlton at the end of one year
on charges. These charges were not
sustained by the State Senate and
he resumed his office this year.
In making his fight for re-elec-
tion Mr. Pine is basing his campaign
on his record of service in office,
his ability and willingness to serve.
As County Solicitor he has fearless-
ly prosecuted every case where the
interests of the public required it.
and did not hesitate to drop prose-
cution where Justice and the inter-
ests of the public required such ac-
tion. He has made an enviable
record for convictions in all cases
prosecuted by his office.
A series of meetings to be held
locally at which prominent members
of the Protestant. Catholic and
uhe New Air-Cooled
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Jewish faiths will deliver addresses
on how to bring members of all
faiths to a better understanding of
one another will begin the early
part of May. These meetings will be
held once or twice weekly and will
last for four weeks to wind up with
a large mass meeting. This is in
line with similar action taken in
many cities throughout the United
States and Canada. Name of the
committee in charge will be an-
nounced in an early Issue.

The Executive Committee of the
Florida Statewide Conference of
Orthodox and Conservative Laymen
vull meet early next month to pre-
pare plans for the midyear confer-
ence of the organization. The exact
time and place has not yet been set
but will be announced in an early
issue of The Jewish Floridian. Mr.
B. J. Cohen of Orlando is president
of the Conference.

A meeting of the Chesed Shel
Emeth Sisterhood will be held at
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall
1 next Wednesday morning April
26tli at which time important mat-
ters of the organization will be dis-
cussed. All members are urged to
attend.

Beth David Sisterhood is sponsor-
ing a card party and supper at its
Talmud Torah Hall Sunday evening
April 22nd at 6 p. m. with Mes-
dames J. Engler chairman and H.
Rayvis. L. M. Levins, Harry Oli-
phant, H. Markowitz. L. Hartz, Wm.
Robinson and Louis Weinkle in
charge oi arrangements. The public
is invited to attend.
Mrs. Charles Greenfield was elect-
ed president of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau auxiliary Monday at Kap-
lan hall. Other officers elected in-
clude first, second and third vice
presidents respectively, Mrs. Morris
Cowan. Mrs. Bert Reisner and Mrs.
Julius Simpson; recording secre-
tary. Mrs. H. I. Homa; correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Rose Miles; fin-
ancial secretary. Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers; treasurer. Mrs. Henry Bul-
bin; auditor, Mrs. Milton Weiner.
Prayer was led by Mrs. Lewis
Brown. Mrs. P. Scheinberg is chair-
man of the installation luncheon.
Three Faiths In Twenty-Eight
States Making Preparations For
Observance of Brotherhood Day
New YorkMinisters, rabbis and
laymen in 28 states have already
made preparations for the observ-
ance of Brotherhood Day on Sun-
day. April 29th, according to an an-
nouncement issued by Rev. Dr. S.
Parkes Cadman. Chairman of Broth-
erhood Day. Dr. Cadman said that
requests for literature and inform-
ation have been reaching the com-
mittee from every corner of the
country and from Canada. "From
present indications Brotherhood Day
will be one of the most significant
events making for closer under-
standing among those of various
faiths in the history of this coun-
try." Dr. Cadman stated.
Dr. Cadman also announced that
many cities throughout the country
are making preparations for civic
mass meetings on Brotherhood Day
at which prominent clergymen and
laymen of the three faiths will
stress the ways in which those of
various faiths can unite in promot-
ing the best interests of this coun-
try.
In the meantime Dr. Stanley
High, popular radio religious com-
mentator has given wholehearted
endorsement to Brotherhod Day-
over his radio program "Religion in
the News". The proposal for ob-
servance of this Day originated
with a Catholic priest, Father Hugh
MacMenamin of the Cathedral of
Denver, but Dr. High subsequently
proposed an Inter-Faith Sunday
which was similar in aim to Broth-
erhood Day. As a result of this
proposal Dr. High received several
thousand letters from all parts of
the country endorsing his sugges-
tion, and endorsements are still
pouring in.
C. H. Reeder. city commissioner,
told members of the Miami Realty
Board that Miami must begin prep-
arations for a city of more than a
million population by 1950.
"As I visualize the Miami ot that
era I see Biscayne bay converted
into a large anchorage basin and
this city made the base of United
States warships for their winter
practices, instead of going into
other waters.
"The Florida East Coast railway-
tracks will be eliminated from the
downtown section and the present
right of ways converted into a mag-
nificient boulevard, another Park
avenue. Miami needs another broad
highway leading from the northern
part of the city to the downtown
district.
"For the Miami of the future we
need more parks. Especially two
more on the bayfront; one in the
Coconut Grove section and another
in the vicinity of Seventy-ninth
street. Along these parks ideal
beaches could be provided, with as
good bathing facilities in the bay
as in the ocean. Then, belting the
city should be a series of large
parks, with tennis courts, swim-
ming pools, bridal paths, and other
recreational facilities. In addition
to these parks, which would be con-
nected with landscaped avenues,
throughout the city there should be
smaller community playgrounds and
parks. There should be, and plans
are already under way for it, an
adequate park for the colored peo-
ple.
"Our streets and avenues should
be lined with coconut trees and
beautiful shrubbery and ornamental
plants. The more attractive Miami
is made, the more visitors we will
have and the larger will be its
population.
"And another essential is, that in-
stead of Dade county having 18 to
20 various municipal units, as at
present, there should be one, which
would very materially cut down the
cost of government, tend to effi-
ciency and do away with a meal
deal of confusion."
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THE JEWISH FLO R I D I A N_
J*iday April J
Pepper Outlines
Platform 11 ere
Book of Comfort' Manuscript
Candidate For United State! Senate
Speaks In Park
Purchasing power of the working
man U the basis of a permanent
prosperity and not the accumula-
tion of wealth by a few individuals.
Claude Pepper. Tallahassee, candi-
date for the United States .
told lade county citizens last night
in Bayfront park.
"Legislation to insure this pur-
ng power is one of the pri-
my platform. Mr.
p. ppei aid.
Mr. Pi
providing I
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I)H. MAGNES TO ARRIVE SOON
: i ;:.. i. Ma ne
ol Hi bn
will arrive in tins com:::; M,,\ 2
for a brief visit on behalf of the
acording to Dr. A. S
w. h president ol the
Ami n Friend.- ol the Hi bn
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Dr. Magnes will be accompanied
by Dr. Max Schloessinger, vice-
chancellor of the University. They
are arriving on the S. S. Excam-
bion. which sailed from Haifa. Pal-
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publication of a unique Arabic co- Is notified at once. II he resides in
dex by the Yale University Press the vicinity ol a Torgsin store,
Edited by Dr. Julian J. Obermann.
the codex gives new information in ;hf ;uU amount of the order. II he
the ueld of ancient Jewish Utera- ,., distance from a Torg-
ture as well as the cultural and re- sin store, a catalogue and price list
Story of the Middle Ages are sent to him with the notifica-
tion of the order. The recipient
considered an outstanding lit- n ol
then chooses what he wants verj
discovery. much ,,s lf he were dealing with an
The codex, in ancient manuscript Alr 1C.U1 M;ul order house. The
form, is Ibn Shahlns "Book ol merchandise is sent to him by
Comfort." Although an Arabic work, registered parcel post, the cost ol
it was written for the Jews of the
tenth or early eleventh century. Dr.
Obermann. who is visiting profes-
sor of Semitic Languages at Yall
and who has spent several yei
: <_>: the m
siders the codex of utmost import-
ance in sheddin l on Arabic
and Mohametan Influence or.
I al Judaism.
Ibn Shahln was head of a famous
:..;. ol Kairawan in North Af-
rica. In his 'Book of comfort." he
nd maxims taken
from Hebn sical lit-
Arabic and
put within the framework of con-
temporary Islamic Ideology, Thus.
he preserved a considerable bulk oi
then cur-
.:. the Rabbinii al a adi m
the time.
Flu : und in the
by f\
late Professor A. Harkavy, who took
it to Saint Petersburg. It was sub-
transported to
Londc n. and I to New
York, the property of the
Theological Seminary ot All
which Pi ; r Ober-
- published by
the v. tder the
thl Kohut Memorial
Fund. The volum
mile oi the codi I nHi bn
I | Dr, Ob- r::...:.:.
ript.
. Mrs. H.W.Cohen"

Tourist Home

KOSHER MEALS FOR
TOURISTS
"
Railroad Ave. Walterboro. s C.I
" 31 -, Blocks Off Road 401
delivery being paid for by the re-
cipient.
The American dollar is still very
much of a dollar in the U. S. S. R..
and anyone in this country sending
over a Torgsin Order to hit
tives or friends can feel confident
that i value will be receiv-
whai is TORGSIN?
. John Falkenberg, Manager,
American Express ( o., Miami, ila.
I am often asked Just what ;
In the language of the Rus-
lan .' described as an "All Union
Company for Trade with Ftin
ers." It Is reallj a vast numl
managed by the u. s. s. R..
for anyone who hat the money can
uo in and buy thl necessities and In
some cases the luxuries of life.
It started out in a small way with
very few stores and these in the :
: cities. A year ago, there were
only 150 stores in the Soviet Union, j
Today there are over 1700 and others
are being rapidly established. These ;
. small semi-department
stores. The merchandise carried is
ol a very wide range, some of it
locally manufactured and some of
it imported.
On account of the lack of middle-
men, the prices in these Torgsin
compare very favorably with
the prices prevailing for the same
les in the United States.
Because, however, it is possible
to pay for me: m a
In store either with foreign
ncy or gold, or by individual
m from other coun-
the American Expre Com-
pany, working with the U. S. S. R..
has authorized all of its offices in-
cludin to sell Torgsin Or-
ders to those who wish to aid their
friends and rela ho reside in
the U. S. S. R.
A Torgsin Order bought here
from the American Express and
SIDEBOTTOM
Ice Cream Co.
2424 N. W. 7th \\<
MOO W. I lacier SI.
733 N. W. 3IIh SI.
PHONE 2-3-12
Delaney & Beers
Kodnk Finishing and FnlaryinK
Coanereial Work mid Ilamf Portrait"
til N. K. th SI.
I'henf J-SS-S
TIVOLI
showi a 13 and n nn P. M.
!
20c till 6:30Evening : ><
Matinees Daily
Sunday-Monday. April 22-23
JIMMY DURANTE
JACK PEARL
"Meet The Baron'
Patronize A
MIAMI PRODUCT!
()range Crystals
STRICTLY KOSHER
i Ask your Rabbi >
FOR WASHING DISHES
By Hand or Machine
Williams Chemical
Com pain
339 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 2-3520
The price lists of merchandise m
the Torgsin stores which have
reached America make a very ln-
tag comparative study. For
example, a hundred ttiexpenaivi
. Can be purchased lor 32
kopeks, a package of chocolate cara-
lor 55 kopeks. A pair of wo-
men's shoes with French or Vienna
heels cost only 3 roubles and 78 ko-
peks Men's oxfords, described in
the price list as half-shoes, glace
kid in brown or black cost only 3
roubles and 70 kopeks, a mans over-
coat 8 roubles and 20 kopeks and a
man'.- woolen suit 7 roubles and 50
kopeks. The catalogue Includes house
hold goods and provisions as well
I am a candidate for the office
of county solicitor subject to
the June Democratic primary.
Your vote and support will be
apprei lated.
Robt. R. Taylor
Paid Political Advertisement)
as clothing and boudoir J
such as soap and perfumes
In my office I have a [
list of the towns in which-,
stores are maintained, ib,,
are available to those who
tercsted and through the
scattered organization m
by the American Express Q
in foreign lands. Because o!
ragements with the U. s. s
have made it a very simp:.
for Americans to secure
sin Orders. The highly met:
State system of the U. S. S
made it equally simple fa
who receive the orders to ^-,
advantage of them.
tlttl
DR. A. F. FRIEDMAN
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
Announces the Opening of Offices at
152 EAST FLAGLER STREET
(Over Nunally'si
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to give yourself time to
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interestiiv.: objects are being offered!
wav below their intrinsic value
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in his new book
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Friday. April 20, 1934 THE JEWISH IFLORIDIAN [•l BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY b> the %  t-WISH PLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. Jr p. O. Bo 2973 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICES: I, S W. 15th Avenue Phone 2-I18S J. LOUIS SIIOCHF.T, Editor IrRKD K. SIIOCIIET. Circulation Manlier ICANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative %  j :i second claw matter 11tf3,i a t the Poet Office at Miami ",l,.'r the Act "f Mnr.li 3. 1879. July 4. Florida. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three St. Petersburg Notes I monthly meeting Thursday April 1 5th, in the auditorium of the temple. Plans were made for a card party Thursday evening April 19th. The president also appointed a nominating committee and they will Bnal Israel Cong, begin at 8 p m M "' ihSlt rCport at tne next A sermon: "Optimism And Connmeeting tne ladies ^rving on this Regular Friday night servi rices of dence", text: Ezeklel 37-11. will be preached by Rabbi Kleinfeld. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION i. Month In.^ mr a si. oo I'Kl DAY, APRIL Vol. 7—No. 20, 16 1934 Dickstein's Wise Maze The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid society are holding a Bazaar tor one week at tiiiti Central Ave., where many pretty things are being sold Every night has its different amusements. The public is invited. committee are Mrs. Geo. Ichill, Mrs. Harry Cohen, Mrs. Ben Haimowitz, Miss Clara Wohl, and Mrs. M. H. Kislcr. these officers to serve a period oi two years. THE GIA0M When the President ordered all gold turned into the Government s vaults, Jake Lowenstein sent his son to the safety vaults to take the every hundred years. At this rate, eternal night will arrive in eight billion years. And some wise cracker has opinMr. and Mrs. Abraham Frye oi 129 18th Ave. No., entertained last Monday evening a number of friends at bridge. Among the guests was Mrs. Ida Mershen who Is leaving for her home in New York City. Friends of Mr. Wm. Weber, and his family of 802 West Francis Ave., Tampa, were sorry to hear of Mr. Weber's attack and we sincerely hope and trust that soon he will be on the road to recovery. M. Weber is suffering from a paralytic stroke. Mr. and Mrs. -Joe Age! have left tor their home in Burlington, Vermont. Before leaving Mr. Agel left a substantial donation to the Congregation, same being 10': of the net receipts Incoming to the Congregation throughout the past Winter season. Miss Sarah Wohl, of 1937 9th avenue, has returned to her home aftei undergoing a minor operation at the Tampa Municipal Hospital. PALESTINIAN Tll> BITS 'Continued from page 1) ressman Samuel Dickstein 3 the congratulations of American Jewry. He has acted with Honor and dignity in the interests the Jewish people. His declinas i the post of chairman ol the ; Committee of Inquiry Into Mr. Theophlle Weil, a loyal and contributing member of Congregation Bnai Israel, left for his northern home at Asbury Park, N. J. Last Sunday afternoon at the Congregation, he was host to all his friends. Cards were played, refreshments served and prizes awarded. ic'.d in them and bring it to the j ed that if feminine styles keep on their present trend, constant darkness may be absolutely essential by that time. Be that as it may, just think how nice it will be when our days are all nights. Nothing to do but listen to the radio and spin around the night clubs. And only eight billion years to wait. Don't be impatient! United States Treasury. A couple oi hours later the son came back after a difficult time carrying the heavy load in a valise. "I almost broke my back carrying that gold," he complained. "You almost broke your back carrying it!" his father shouted, but I broke mine working for it." He is so hopelessly dumb that he thinks a "pan-handler" is an interne in a hospital. 1932 2.795.210 1933 3.704,702 Year Population 1931 46,000 1930 42.000 '932 56.000 If songs, like crimson roses, are cull'933 85,0001 ed from the thin, blue air, The first 500 tons of pipe lor | Why .should mortals wonder thai Faith If radio's slim fingers can pluck a melody from the night And toss it over continent or sea. If the petaled white notes of a violin Can be blown across a mountain or a city's din. At the last meeting oi the Board ol Trustee ol Con n gation Bnai Israel, it was decided to secure .. ivities places that body far suil for the erection of a new Sym togue. In the absence ol the P Dave Rothblatt. chairman oi thi Board ol Trusti es presided, and appointed the followIn building committee Mr. A. Sierkese, Ed Goldman, Frank Rabin and J Fuchs. the new Jerusalem water works have been delivered New roads under construction in Northern Galilee are nearing completion. The Government has made an appropriation of CP10.000 for this work Negotiations are proceeding for the settlement of 50 German Jewish Immigrant families In Metullah, northernmosl Jewish colony. It Is God hears prayer! —Writer Unknown. "Willie, say your prayers." "I won't." "Don't you want to go to heaven." "Nah; I'm goin' with Papa." We get happiness by giving it to others. Try it and see. Has your husband any hobbies?' asked the new neighbor who was calling. "No," said Mrs Neuntch, "he has rheumatiz a good deal, and hives now and then, but he ain't never had no hobbies." Guide—"Now, we shall see sarcophagus of old King Tut." Bashful Old Maid— I'd better Wait here." he waj to a successful and unreachable investigation. It was Exceedingly important that there Humid be no taint oi partisanship I ting head oi the inquiry. that no ied herring could be a across the amazing revelalon thai will undoubtedly be forthwmng. As a member of the comlittee, Mr. Dickstein will have ipportunity to guard against ny lukewarm analysis ol the Nazi tempt to import anti-Semitism Mo this country. We trust that representative McConnack of Masichusetts, who has been chosen hairman Of the Hou.se Inquiry %  ommittee, will recognize the reponsibility that rests with him— ferret out the individuals and oranizaiions who are seeking to uniimine the American institution racial equality. English scientists have figured on; that a dav on earth becomes oneproposed that they be given 2,500 thousandth of a second shorter dunams of land for cattle breeding fruit-tree growing, bee-keeping and Dancer Give us freely each day of the Spirit of Tolerance. May we be the kindly disposed one toward another. Help us to esteem ourselves modestly, and to esteem our fellows generously Help us to search diligently m the fertile places of an Open Mind: and may we direct our Thoughts, our Words, and our Acts only toward Good. Tampa, Fla. Notes The opening Cabaret Ball that was held at the Y. M. H. A. Saturday evening April 14th. was a huge I tnc abundance of work" during the poultry raising. The Custom Director attended the annual meetthe Jewish Chamber of Commerce oi Haifa and heard the various criticisms of the conduct of his department and Of the inadequate new harbor facilities at Haifa. He invited written complaints abou' customs officials and promised that they would receive proper attention. He commented: "all of US, Customs Department as well as merchants, have been surprised by Reed Raps Hitlerism As To Liberty brotherhood Day April 29th The National Conference of Jews d Christians, seriously engaged in 1 work of combating racial hat'• National Conference has initiati an idea which is bound to bear Mil il it is developed over a suffii'"it number of years. Putting rotherhood Day on the calendar thousands of American cities is step forward In the effort to emWslze, constantly and publicly, t religious and racial prejudice no place in American life. success both socially and financially. Mr. Sam Verkauf. acted as master of ceremonies for the evening, those taking part on the program were Master Irving Steinberg and Mabel Gamble. Mr. Meyer Stoun. Miss Sylvia Stoun. Miss Lula Pividal. The Havana Sweethearts, Manuel Sanchez Orchestra. Claude Harris' Orchestra, and Little Genevieve. The committee in charge was Divider Rosenthal, chairman, Mr. A R. Berger, Mr. Chas. Jacobs, Mr Julius Silverman, Dr. Leon Schwartz Mr. B. J. Finman, Mr. Max Juster. Mr. Sam Aronson and others. A marriage of wide interest in Tampa and Georgia was solemnized here Thursday afternoon. April 19. 4 p. m. when Miss Mildred Jane Wolf became the bride of Dr. William Weichselbaum, Jr.. of Savannah. Ga. Rabbi David Zielonka officiated at the wedding which took place at the Schaari Zedek Temple. The bride, who is a daughter of Mrs. Caroline Wolf, of 901 S. Delaware Ave.. and the late Morris Wolf. had as her only attendant her elder sister. Miss Bernice Wolf. Among the hostesses who have entertained for Miss Wolf are Mrs. Arthur Kessler. Mrs. I. Z. Kessler. Mrs. Ozeas Marcus, Mrs. Johanna Goldberg, and rs. Lois Wellhouse. past year: "we were not prepared for this immigration": as to the overcrowded state in the port, "you should take into consideration that, instead of four or five ships daily in the past year, we today harbor twenty ships daily; I agree to the need of another warehouse, which will be erected before next winter". Syrian laborers and farm hands arc seeking permission to emigrate from Syria to Turkey in order to find employment The annual report of the Zebulun Palestine Seafaring Society states ". At Haifa. 12 boys intraining at the Technicum were presented with table seamen's certificates by the High Commissioner; a number of them are now employed in the Haifa Harbor and a few have been placed as apprentices in shipping lines." Nails Tempt British Students To Lecture Courses on Hitlerism The Ladies Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple held their regular London — Hundreds of British teachers and university students have received invitations from official German bureaus to attend summer courses on Hitlerism and "raceology" In various German universities. Special tourist rates have been offered to those enrolling for these courses. The chief lecturer on t hese subjects will be Ernst F. Hanfstaengel. Hitler's personal adjutant and director of the foreign press bureau. Chicago— "The treatment of the Jew.by Hitler is a brand of Shame upon the brow of Germany," former:Senator James A. Reed, of Missouri, asserted at the midwestern conference of the Chicago Committee for the Defense of Human Rights Against Nazi-ism. More than 1.000 delegates from five states cheered Mr. Reed's impassioned denunciation of Hitlerism as "despotic" and as danger signal for lovers of liberty. Representatives Edward Kenney of New Jersey, author of the Congressional bill to make Professor Albert Einstein an American citizen, devoted his entire address to a plea that Dr. Einstein be admitted to American citizenship. The conference initiated a fund to promote the boycott against German gods. A pledge of $7,00 in behalf of the Men's Club of Temple Sinai was made by its president, Joseph Krails. Jacob Siegel, chairman of the Boycott Committee Against Naziism. contributed S500. Resolutions were adopted urging individuals to boycott German merchandise and ships and recommending that Congress demand that all foreign-made goods shipped into the United States be stamped with the name of the country where it is made. the country. The purpose of the organization is contained m a clause in its constitution which reads: •Because all people living in this goodly land, except the Indians, have come here from other lands. either by their own choice or that of their fathers, and because whatever we have of "Weal and Woe" is the sum total of the combined eiforts of this cosmopolitan aggregation of people called Americans, we therefore cannot countenance any preferment in race or creed, but must allow Christian or Pagan, Jew or Gentile, Catholic or Protestant, full freedom and protection in his thought, conviction or worship, so long as the exercise of such conviction and worship does not interfere with the rights of another." National Youth Group Formed to Foster Tolerance Salt Lake City—The Young American League has been formed here with the object of spreading the movement for closer understanding among those of various faiths and creeds. It is announced that the organization Intends moving along "revolutionary" lines in this respect and that it is making plans for the formation of chapters throughout Kalinin Hailed As Best Friend of Russian Jews Moscow—Michael Kalinin, president of the Soviet Union, ls hailed as the greatest friend of the Jews in Russia by the Yiddish Communist daily. Ernes, in a special article in connection with the 15th anniversary of Kalinin's presidency. The Ernes points out that Kalinin and the late Nikolai Lenin were responsible for Soviet Russia's friendly treatment of the Jews. It was Kalinin, the Ernes says, who led the way in the extensive program of Jewish colonization in Crimea and Bira Bidjan and in the government's relentless campaign against anti-Semitism. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over radio station WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning, on "Breaking With The Past". In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading, and a question box. ii nria of nd % 



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.. Page Hour THE JEWISH FLORipiAN Friday, April 20. 1934 1 + &f # &f&f&f &f&f&f&f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f %  •>•:• &f&f &f&f&f •:• &f&f **** &f&f ** &f ******* f f + + + Safctu ^gnagng SSallrtm Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder and Director, Radio Bynag-og of Amcr.._ SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA | \„I i\ SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1934 No. 18 *•:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:••:• •:• '•• •:• •> ••• ••• ••• ••• %  •* •• %  •• %  *• %  %  •* *•• *• %  *• %  %  •* *•' *•* '•' "•* '•* "•' %  "•" '•' '•' "God's Chosen Ones" Scripture Reading, Psalm xxxiv, venea 12-15, inclusive Wo arc a blessed nation, albeit, a very gullible one. The citizens of this land are very docile, and. were it not for our sense of humor, we might be driven to rash acts. We .suffer from too many "saviors",—from those who believe themselves to be, or, who try to delude us into believing them. 'Clods chosen ones." At the present time, two ol these self-designated saviors have held the front pages of the national press; one. a high church dignitary, on trial for failure to properly account for campaign funds entrusted to him, and which he spent in a "holy" political campaign; the other an educator who feels himseli destined to save the country from a terrible :ution". The former stands indicted in the courts ol law. and has appealed his case, the latter Is airing his 1 1 ssional ^nnterestTl^eno good for the common people. Whj should It be? II 1 Both are 01 one class. The church dignitary sought to oppose ^ |eglslator L ,,,„ ml ,.,,„,,.,„ „„„. h to k „„w whi tor his consl betrayal ol the land Into the hands of a "foreign church forward march of social and Industrial equality, fair attribution of the nations wealth, a fighting chance for the common man. Uiese_tbey W and dread. Why? Because it will reduce their surplus wealth. 1 > • It, also, because it will afford man more leisure, and. man may think our lng his leisure, and he may discover the other Injustices that nave 1 oisted upon him. The actions of the church dignitary did no. shock me. becaUS. him I expected a narrow reactionary spirit. The charges ol the edUCatOI did rouse me to an appreciation of either their falsity or ol his insincerity or gullibility. Why? Because we have a right to anticipate progressive ideas from an educator. Iron, a student ol history. When on. such opposes progress, 1 doubt the purity ol his motives. When one sucn. further, resides within an environment ol the mosl powerful oi national industrial trusts, and. teaches m their territory. .1 is obvious thai he does M, by thengood graces. He, therefore, cannot be Intere ted In the common weal. He serves the special privileged class. Hi his bread-andbutter to them. That, to me. Is enough to disqualify his testimony. we. Americans, are a gullible lot, a docile people. We swallow all th. bait that Is thrown to us, be n digestible or Indigestible. 1 >"""^ we have known thai corruption exists and we have assumi omitant With our political system. Now. a president has shown US that it need not be SO. In New York City, a similar revolution took place. The le. nave been removed from the body oi the citizenry. The lobbying ol an Imaginary power': the educator fears the conversion ol the form ol government. In my humble opinion, the churchman was gravely mistaken. %  were 1 to grant him that he was sincere: the educator Is equally mistaken, again granting him that he believes his charges to be lounded on 1 am not usually suspicious ol people's motives, but, in both these 1 am compelled to challenge the motives, even before I learn all the facts, rhi dignitary sought to inject, and did inject, religious d< Into a political campaign. That was both irreligious and un-American. The failure properly to account for all the funds entrusted to him points to dishonesty, which we consider anti-religious and un-American. The educator, whose contacts with the moneyed interests opposed to. the New Deal havi 1 I been clearly traced, is but a tool to discredit the President ol The United 81 he make.Imply that the President is but a puppet In the hand ol the "Brain Trust" who plan to overthrow the established ment ol the land, such impuus Mew th, problem, analytically, It 1an established rule "that ... 1 iltivate that upon winch i; thrives." Those who hi muli country and •' citizen* through control oi the governmental b nriched themselvi an noi inly reluctant to sei .1 chan on but will fight, with all the unscrupuli methods at then command, a ain n dification ol these conditio : : wealth. Thi 1 old rand any equitable code a.a revol demand that thi .0 inmaintained. .om directed at 01a Obviously, thi Hi poken in hypocrite who .seeks to obstruct B social change and cries thai lal, revolutl without being honest and OUlspokl that he is merely interested in pro. itriot", who wave: the :. and lary underneath 1 and stripes, is the most contemptible 01 traitors. vernment has changed Its views, under the leadership of a man ol the people, the people are coming 11.to their riuhls. Gone is tin day oi government for the benefits 01 the privileged classes, The nation 1.beniL: returned to the entln citizenry, to whom n rightly belongs. Bill, the cry goes up. II Is a change from the established order. 'I hat's line. That .s|>eak.we'll lor it. If men had feared Change we would still be British subjects, we would .-till use candles, ue would -till be riding in horse-drawn vehicles, changeis the law oi life. Evolution lrom the lower | to the higher is the controlling foice of life. God. Himself, is changeable., God revealed His Name to Moses, at the burning bush, a"Ehyeh Osher Ehyeh". That has been erroneously translated as "I AM THAT I AM." It is a false translation. The phrase is a luture expression. It mean.. "I SHALL BE THAT I SHALL BE." God taught Moses that progression is the Divine law. I can hear the cries of the men close to Pharaoh, when Moses made his appeal for the enslaved Israelites, "Throw him out! He is a Red, a Communist. It is revolution! What does he mean "give the slaves freedom? They are ours." So, in this day, the exploiters cry. "Reds, Communists. Revolution",—at every attempt to give freedom from industrial bondage, lrom social enslavement, to the citizens of the land. They talk of the established traditions of the land. Who. I ask. established those traditions? Was it the common people who paid for lobbying in the halls of Congress and other legislative bodies in order to put over special laws favoring the privileged classes? What of the still older religious traditions of justice and equality for all? No one has come to their defense. No one has decried their being trampled under foot. Why? Because the loud-mouthed shouters profited lrom the neglect of those traditions. It is only when their rapacious methods of exploitations arc threatened that they rise to shout "Revolution". I would have more respect for them if they avoided subterfuges and came out openly to protect their ill-gotten gains. But. no, that would give their hands away. So. they wave the flag and shout. "We are threatened with revolution!" "The President is being led along dangerous paths!" line rou.yes. But. to whom? Dangerous to the special Interests who see the writing on the wall. President Roosevelt, like Moses, is persona non grata in the courts of Pharaoh, of the task-masiers, of the Simon iio had for years swung the whip over the heads of the common people, the working-man. and the workingwoman. Change,—they fear change. Just try to restore the old feudal system. try to apportion the land to various land-owners, to special vested interests, granting them control over the lives of all who inhabit their terrl—try that sort of change and see if they will cry "Revolution!" Of course not. That would just suit them. It isn't change they fear. It is the tuents, he should be returned to private hie-, what persuasive powers do the special interests use? Beware ol these chosen ones of God who 1. nal li II bj retarding progress. Beware ol the hypocrite who In ect rell Ion en patriotism Into a purely commercial or social problem, or Into a religious problem. Beware ol the spokesman who speaks for the masses and eiates with the classes. They are traitors to the nation. It is time lor the citizens to demand that tho.se who cril should be specific in their reasoi We wanl no amblguitj No generalities. 11 they object to a "Bram Trust", we objeel to them. Lei them continue bCainlessly W( wanl brain.-. See the Primitive Everglades at OPEN DAILY m* IT0 4 fCTP 0PEN DAIL1 and SUNDAY iVI U O A I jL L and SUNDAY SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Leadership CHIEF WILLIAM MrKINLET OSCEOI.A V \\. Twenty-Fifth Ivanue and Sixteenth -ir.,t (... Waal an II \e.l I l< ST. lo -'Till iVE hirn N'orth Largest Collection of Captive Alligator* and < rocodiles COMPLETE FLORIDA '8M COWIM Hill. SWAMP Itenl Srminul, I mi /()() AMI Ml'SEI M B re el. thi llliiator Indian Trading PostHandiwork for Sale TO GET THERE—Taka Am For-HIrt e „, .„ Drta w,„ „„ and North on 27th A\rnuc If it is Sea Food, we have it at its verv hi! % %  „.i low prices. Our method of handling an7sHHn\ s m m^Tf^ servanee with all the sanitary rules and rations. '" 0b %  : %  ^ PjJBJHJHJHJraigJl^.^^ C Sfe & %  Anv:j S Ur^sl ^ RED CROSS 1 DRUG DEPARTMENT ^1 STORE FT SIEFUrfterll GREATER VALUES i> ms ^^ aeas ^ s ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ SPUING GIFTS for your RELATIVES Send a Torgsin Order to your relatives and friends n Soviet Russia and enable them to buy in the Torgsin Stores orticles needed at the turn of the weather. Prices compare javor* ably -with those in the United States For TorgaIn Ordera apply to yow local bank or authorized agent ORGSIN ctMBAi BtaatUMtarnn u s A at AMTORC. 261 Fifth Ava NY. lecfricify IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. r-^povvf/? id. UWZR J? jpjai? ranrg rargrgjzrg r? r? r? r? i? \2J2 rargrg rmKluzfU^ia j For Fresh %  : %  Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. POMS FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In .Ml Sections oi Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 \. K. First Avenue' I T TRY THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT For the finest in Real Home-; Cooked Jewish Food Daily 170 N. W. 5th Street (HOICK DELICATESSEN "No eonneetion with any other j store." Soy Bean Bread and other vegetable bread** CJOOD III Mill BAKING COMPANY, INC. 2i5 w. Flute st. Phon. Mill 1401 U.isiunj..,,,, Avenue, M. BThe "Good Health" Kind K.in Funeral Home '" s, M, Humanity Be/let Operated by '"A\K <; MoOHAN*8 WIDOW II V W. .1rd Art. I'hones 3-2111 -H BEND TOUR LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Kaundry ... ROY H TURNER. Prop,'S B. W. (In St. Phont >-< WE CALL FOR AND DEI.IVE";



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ril 20. 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page R iHjarajgjzjzrarejgjHfEJHJHjajzjHJZJzrajHrejzjzrareiarajHfafi SOCIETY jgfBl ]\V. Pine, now county solici|Dade county, announced this h;ii he will be a candidate to himself subject to the June as lie is known to thousDadc Countians was born lord. Fla.. August 16, 1890. |ved to Dade county in 1896. Juatcd from the Miami High a 1907 and from the Colo|w school in 1913. He marriInez Johnson, in 1914, and .von Fred Pine, Jr. Mr. Pine Dade County politics as H County Solicitor under B<: Gautier in 1914 and serv1910. He was a successful |te tor County Solicitor and lour year term. He was rein 1920 and was again a ;e in 1924 when he was den 1928 he was again electIt y Solicitor but Gov. Doyle declined to appoint him. again a candidate in 1930 an dwas elected by an overwhelming majority to the office which he now holds. He received his appointment in 1931 and was removed by Gov. Carlton at the end of one year on charges. These charges were not sustained by the State Senate and he resumed his office this year. In making his fight for re-election Mr. Pine is basing his campaign on his record of service in office, his ability and willingness to serve. As County Solicitor he has fearlessly prosecuted every case where the interests of the public required it. and did not hesitate to drop prosecution where Justice and the interests of the public required such action. He has made an enviable record for convictions in all cases prosecuted by his office. A series of meetings to be held locally at which prominent members of the Protestant. Catholic and uhe New Air-Cooled LECTROLUX Gives: THE BIG FEATURES THAT HUSBANDS WANT LIHOI operating I YrilKllH Ml -ili-n* • I* rmlfmi from I'lmtly repairi Prompt nan company wrvice I'LITTLE" CONVENIENCES THAT WIVES DEMAND lirii.r lighting Non — tn|> lIcfroHtillg getable frt-Mhi-ncr Trigger tray release >IHT grill Plenty of ire rubes rtoM iim-li Split -li'lt ia our sincere belief It the New Air-Cooled" kctrolux has more to fcr \mi than any other pgerator. welcome the opporIty to prove this by IIIJ: a complete demonItion—with no olilipa"ii your part—any )< %  you wish. know that this modpas refrigerator will up to every claim. II ia why we join the Ire gas industry in Miim.iidingF.lertrolux rou, {DsfcA Ml W/VTKHjl •EOPLES GAS CO. ISHINOTON AVi:. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1819 PLAYING AT THE 7TH AVENUE THEATRE JOHN BARRVMOPE Jewish faiths will deliver addresses on how to bring members of all faiths to a better understanding of one another will begin the early part of May. These meetings will be held once or twice weekly and will last for four weeks to wind up with a large mass meeting. This is in line with similar action taken in many cities throughout the United States and Canada. Name of the committee in charge will be announced in an early Issue. • • • The Executive Committee of the Florida Statewide Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Laymen vull meet early next month to prepare plans for the midyear conference of the organization. The exact time and place has not yet been set but will be announced in an early issue of The Jewish Floridian. Mr. B. J. Cohen of Orlando is president of the Conference. • • • A meeting of the Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall 1 next Wednesday morning April 26tli at which time important matters of the organization will be discussed. All members are urged to attend. • • • Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a card party and supper at its Talmud Torah Hall Sunday evening April 22nd at 6 p. m. with Mesdames J. Engler chairman and H. Rayvis. L. M. Levins, Harry Oliphant, H. Markowitz. L. Hartz, Wm. Robinson and Louis Weinkle in charge oi arrangements. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Charles Greenfield was elected president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau auxiliary Monday at Kaplan hall. Other officers elected include first, second and third vice presidents respectively, Mrs. Morris Cowan. Mrs. Bert Reisner and Mrs. Julius Simpson; recording secretary. Mrs. H. I. Homa; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Rose Miles; financial secretary. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers; treasurer. Mrs. Henry Bulbin; auditor, Mrs. Milton Weiner. Prayer was led by Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mrs. P. Scheinberg is chairman of the installation luncheon. Three Faiths In Twenty-Eight States Making Preparations For Observance of Brotherhood Day New York—Ministers, rabbis and laymen in 28 states have already made preparations for the observance of Brotherhood Day on Sunday. April 29th, according to an announcement issued by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman. Chairman of Brotherhood Day. Dr. Cadman said that requests for literature and information have been reaching the committee from every corner of the country and from Canada. "From present indications Brotherhood Day will be one of the most significant events making for closer understanding among those of various faiths in the history of this country." Dr. Cadman stated. Dr. Cadman also announced that many cities throughout the country are making preparations for civic mass meetings on Brotherhood Day at which prominent clergymen and laymen of the three faiths will stress the ways in which those of various faiths can unite in promoting the best interests of this country. In the meantime Dr. Stanley High, popular radio religious commentator has given wholehearted endorsement to Brotherhod Dayover his radio program "Religion in the News". The proposal for observance of this Day originated with a Catholic priest, Father Hugh MacMenamin of the Cathedral of Denver, but Dr. High subsequently proposed an Inter-Faith Sunday which was similar in aim to Brotherhood Day. As a result of this proposal Dr. High received several thousand letters from all parts of the country endorsing his suggestion, and endorsements are still pouring in. C. H. Reeder. city commissioner, told members of the Miami Realty Board that Miami must begin preparations for a city of more than a million population by 1950. "As I visualize the Miami ot that era I see Biscayne bay converted into a large anchorage basin and this city made the base of United States warships for their winter practices, instead of going into other waters. "The Florida East Coast railwaytracks will be eliminated from the downtown section and the present right of ways converted into a magnificient boulevard, another Park avenue. Miami needs another broad highway leading from the northern part of the city to the downtown district. "For the Miami of the future we need more parks. Especially two more on the bayfront; one in the Coconut Grove section and another in the vicinity of Seventy-ninth street. Along these parks ideal beaches could be provided, with as good bathing facilities in the bay as in the ocean. Then, belting the city should be a series of large parks, with tennis courts, swimming pools, bridal paths, and other recreational facilities. In addition to these parks, which would be connected with landscaped avenues, throughout the city there should be smaller community playgrounds and parks. There should be, and plans are already under way for it, an adequate park for the colored people. "Our streets and avenues should be lined with coconut trees and beautiful shrubbery and ornamental plants. The more attractive Miami is made, the more visitors we will have and the larger will be its population. "And another essential is, that instead of Dade county having 18 to 20 various municipal units, as at present, there should be one, which would very materially cut down the cost of government, tend to efficiency and do away with a meal deal of confusion." Camp Wohelo FOR GIRLS Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Pennsylvania. Now In Its Fifth Season. Bertha Berkowich Levy OWNER AND DIRECTOR Camp Opens July 1st; Closes August 31st For information write or phone 1625 *. '-. 15lh Street Phone 2-8730 n BUY YOUR FISH ALIVE —; SIMMER PRICES :— LIVE FISH MARKET Causeway Dock. Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 5-2207 m NOTHING FREE! 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wjemst? IFIIariidliiai in |_No. l<> L ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WE EKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 1!K!4 Price Five Cents Iwish News round The World 11>. litli (loses llirl Foundation at West Virginia University | & CIII.SC the Jewish Btu; the University of West fen has dwindled to less than iiiiicl Foundation al thai lion, one of nine similar fuunmaintalned at a.s many unlit by the B'nal B'ritli will be moved to another eastouthern university within st few months, according to kimi reached at a meeting oi pal B'rith Hillel Foundation here. En order to link nts at 100 other unl|s. where the B'nai B'rith is ally unable to establish HilI tions, with the work ol loundi tlon the Commission D oul B system of .syllabi. | nd reading lists thai be furnished to Jewish | In all univi rsity centers. Dr 5achar. national director ol llli-l Foundations, reported Y Foundation program now i technique made |i". by the spread ol antipropaganda in the univert lation directors, he said. lei 11 combatting the propalol German exchange studDo Itinerant lectures Jewish Pianiste To Be Heard Here lay Boycott Utilities That krimlnate Against Them Synagog Plans Active Summer Chair.recently purchased for the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con n tion have been Installed In th< Synagogue during the past week They are oi the latest style and conform in the general color scheme ol the auditorium. Plates bearing names ol donors or names of pari lea in whose memory the chal have been donated are now being prepared. Announcements will be made shortly as to the date ot the formal dedication oi the chairs Plans include the complete renova( t ion of the Synagogue and rebuilding Ol the Ark and pulpit, as well a.s the erect ion of a building adjoining the Synagogue to house the .social activities ot the Congregation and Ladies Auxiliary. Bfork The public utilities ol (>rk will be faced with an orone-night-a-week boycott Electricity and telephone serJewlsh householders unless abandon their policy of plating against Jews in emIit. the utilities were warned leting ol the board of direcBrooklyn Jewish Democracy. keeting, presided over by Lelbowitz, attorney, drafted peal to Senator William %  chairman of the state SenBciary Commitee, calling on Investigate the discriminaMnst Jews by the public Sisterhood Names New Leaders kf Jassy University Resigns Protest Against AntiSemitlc Parley ft Thomas Bratu, rector reity ol Jassy, has rein protest against the Rougovernment's decision to [the Roumanian Students P""i to hold its annual con, The government had previfc'i ed to allow the congress I Id The usual anti-Semitic pu were adopted at the conamong them demand-s for |ai numerus clausus laws in Iverslties and new numerus : : lation to govern the bn ol Jews to industrial and fial positions. A general membership meeting of Beth David Sisterhood was held at which election of officers took place last Wednesday. A report by the nominating committee was presented by the chairman Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Officers unanimously elected for the next term are Mrs. Wm. Robinson, president; Mrs. L. M. Levins, 1st vice president; Mrs. Louis Weinkle 2nd vice president; Mrs. Isidor Fine, recording secretary; Mrs. Mannie Wesson, financial secretary; Mrs. Hair? Markowitz. recording secretary; Mrs. Sol. Weinkle. treasurer; and Mrs. Ed Friedman auditor. To serve a.s directors for a three year term. Me.sdamcs L. Harts, J. Engler and A. Bubln; for a two year term. Mesdames II Hayvis, Louis Hayman and Samuel Welssel; for a one year term Mesdames M. Schemberg, Wm. Friedman mid Harry Isaacs. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, the retiring president was elected honorary president in recognition ol her faithfulness and loyalty to the organization Miffl Ida Engler was chosen representative ot the Sisterhood for the Hadassah May Day dance. The oflicen will be installed at a formal ceremony to be held soon. Qet Together Miss Mildred Greenberg. well known Jewish pianiste and member ol the faculty of the University ol Miami Conservatory of Music will be heard in a recital Wednesdaj evening April 25th at the University Recital Hall 1401 N. E. 2nd avenue beginning at 8:30 p. m. She will be assisted by a trio of well known musicians Anna King. Eloise King and Margaret Held. Miss Greenberg will play comopsitlons by Chopin Hayon, Brahmand oilier classical composers. The Jewish community of Miami is growing and growing daily from day to day. We hear much daily about Jews working together in harmony for the common good. Splendid and worth while, we agree. When one wants to start something worth while, wholesome, and beneficial, it is advisable, our sages tell us, to begin with the children. Greater Miami Jewry boasts of four splendid Sunday schools and three Talmud Torahs. We hear much of interschool athletics, and cultural activities among nonJews. Why not among our Jewish Sunday schools and Talmud Torahs. We suggest: Let Beth David. Temple Israel. Iteth Jacob and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation appoint a committee each, to arrange for a series Ol athletic contests during the next mouth. Let them, at the same lime, arrange for a series of cultural contests, debates, declamations, and compositions on Jew ish subjects. Rules can easily '..• arranged. Let a spirit of real friendly competition rule throughout. Thus will every spirit of possible antagonism that may perhaps be existent between the elders, be wiped out forever amongst the youngsters. In that way will there be brought about a closer bond of friendship among our own. The Jewish Ploridian will be happy to aid in this movement by offering; certain prizes. We are sure that our Jewish forward looking merchants and business men will be glad to aid in this worthy cause. How about it .you Rabbis and Congregational leaders? Junior Hadassah To Entertain Invitations have been extended by members of Junior Hadassah to their annual five-dollar donor's dinner dance Tunday evening. April 22nd, at Auby's Lagoon in Miami Beach. Each year the dinner dance is long anticiuated and is thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs. Jasper Cromer and Mrs. William Fanare co-chairmen and arc accepting reservations until Saturday evening. Decorations will follow a travel mode. Orel: music will be furnished for dancing, and an elaborate program of entertainment will be presented. The tables will be centered with roses and fern and favors will be presented to each guest. A surprise Skit will feature the evening's entertainment. Palestinian Tid Bits It is estimated that Jewish capital invested in Palestine during 1933 amounted to CP5.00.000 as compared with £ p3.250.ooo in 1932 Articles of Association for the Palestine Industrial and Financing Corporation have been submitted to the Palestine Government by Emanuel Neumann and his associates. The Articles provide for an authorized capital of 100.000 UPI .shares. Among the initial shareholders are the Anglo-Palestine Bank Emanuel Neumann. Michel Haskel (Johannesburg), Lord Melcheti 1 London 1. Dr. Angelo Geron < Turin'. Nathan L. Goldstein < NewYork i, Edward Aghion < Alexandria 1. Joseph Adda 'Alexandria' and Ralph A. Harari 'Cairo'. Subscriptions for more than 100.0011 shares have been received. The Initial paid-in capital will be limited to CP50.000. The Company, with Mr, Neumann as its managing director, will have headquarters ai Jerusalem The directors <>'. Ashral Bank have founded a new Insurance company In Tel-Aviv The Palestine Lloyd Underwriter-. Ltd.. With B eapilal ol LPIOO.OOO. will shortly begin operation In Ine. 'I he capital stock Is held by Lloyd Underwriters of London and a Palestine group. The companj will engage In all kinds ol fire marine, life and casualty Insurance Early 1934 issues ol the Palestine Government Official Gazette egistration of 14 new cooperatives. 69 new partnerships and 18 new corporations, The cooperatives included 5 engaged in transportation; 4. in construction; 4, in colonization, irrigation, etc., work: and 1 savings and loan society. There were 30 commercial. 21 manufacturing, 3 ((instruction. 9 transportation, 2 printing and 4 miscellaneous partnerships. The corporations consisted of 8 commercial. 6 construction and 4 manufacturing undertakings. In addition, two foreign insurance companies were registered. .. "Evidence of the commercial and professional activity is apparent on all sides in new shopfronts, factories, farms, and signboards of members of the liberal professions, most of the newcomers gravitating to Tel-Aviv, Haifa and their environs. Jerusalem is neglected mostly on account of the fear ol the summer shortage of water, but this is now being in some way mitigated ..." (Near East and India). The Government has appointed a special commission to suggest means of attracting tourist., to Palestine The following figures indicate the growth of TelAviv iii the past four years: New Building Area Year Cubic Metres 1930 ... 43.700 1931 65,800 1932 ... 128.079 1933 353,322 Water Consumption Year Cubic Metres 1930 2,204.247 1931 .. 2,453,273 (Continued on page 3' j Announcements! i CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) .111 Wn-hiii:-'..!, Ave.. Miami Reach DAVID I. ROSKNBI.OOM. Rabbi. Early services begin tonight at t> p. in. Late services for the season have been discontinued. Tomorrow morning services begin at 8:30 when Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant. Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Connervatiee) 139 N. W. Third Arena* MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Early services at 6 p. m. are followed by the late services at 8:15 when the Rabbi will preach on "The Perplexities of the Man in the Pulpit." Cantor Louis Hayman will chant the services. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30. The Junior Congregation under the direction of Cantor Kaminsky meets ai 10:30. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIl'S WASHER. Rabbi Early services begin at 6 p. m. Late services for the season havi been discontinued. Tomorrow morning services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha services begin at 6 p. m. followed by the Marriv service. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Regular Friday evening services will be held beginning at 8:15 when Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach a sermon on a topic of interest. The public is invited to attend. Rabbi Speaks To Y. M. H. A. Rabbi Max Shapiro addressed the regular meeting of the Young Men's Hebrew Association last Wednesday night following the business session. Plans for a series of bi-weekly dances for the summer season were discussed and will be acted on at the next meeting, when full details will be announced. Nomination for officers for the coming year will be held at the third meeting in May at which time a buffet dinner will be served. Diamond ball practice will be held at Flamingo Park Sunday at 2 p. m. when a game will be played between the A and B teams. Team members will be chosen within the next week and the team will be entered in one of the city leagues. 17 nria of nd



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•• r Page 6 THE JEWISH FLO R I D I A N J*iday April J Pepper Outlines Platform 11 ere Book of Comfort' Manuscript Candidate For United State! Senate Speaks In Park Purchasing power of the working man U the basis of a permanent prosperity and not the accumulation of wealth by a few individuals. Claude Pepper. Tallahassee, candidate for the United States told lade county citizens last night in Bayfront park. "Legislation to insure this purng power is one of the primy platform. Mr. p. ppei aid. Mr. Pi providing I hools by <:.'. federal an old orida Indu foreign pay i .. nsi %  nough : disabled veterans ol the World wi ns, and ind .i ns to adjust theii •.o tlie abil day. I)H. MAGNES TO ARRIVE SOON : i • ; : .. i. Ma ne ol Hi bn %  will arrive in tins com:::; M,,\ 2 for a brief visit on behalf of the acording to Dr. A. S w. H president ol the Ami n Friend.ol the Hi bn %  Dr. Magnes will be accompanied by Dr. Max Schloessinger, vicechancellor of the University. They are arriving on the S. S. Excambion. which sailed from Haifa. Palestine, on April 8. + LINEN SUITS PROPERLY LAUNDERED As Always— "Bundles of Satisfaction" Hiltmore Laundry Phone 3-3681 .. d to come to the ston select the merchandise he wants to sent to your relatives or friends in Russia, enables them to buy any ol the goods carried by the Torgsin Bibl.cal-Talmudic narratives, be^ whpn an order js ypcelye6 by heved lost since the tenth century. Torgsln in tlic rj. s. S. R the perhave been brought to light In tin soll lor whom the order is intended publication of a unique Arabic coIs notified at once. II he resides in dex by the Yale University Press the vicinity ol a Torgsin store, Edited by Dr. Julian J. Obermann. the codex gives new information in ;hf ;uU amount of the order. II he the ueld of ancient Jewish Utera,., distance from a Torgture as well as the cultural and resin store, a catalogue and price list Story of the Middle Ages are sent to him with the notification of the order. The recipient considered an outstanding litn ol !" then chooses what he wants verj discovery. much ,, s lf he were dealing with an The codex, in ancient manuscript Alr 1C U1 M;ul order house. The form, is Ibn Shahlns "Book ol merchandise is sent to him by Comfort." Although an Arabic work, registered parcel post, the cost ol it was written for the Jews of the tenth or early eleventh century. Dr. Obermann. who is visiting professor of Semitic Languages at Yall and who has spent several yei • :• <_>: the m siders the codex of utmost importance in sheddin l on Arabic and Mohametan Influence or. %  I al Judaism. Ibn Shahln was head of a famous :..;. ol Kairawan in North Africa. In his 'Book of comfort." he nd maxims taken from Hebn sical litArabic and put within the framework of contemporary Islamic Ideology, Thus. he preserved a considerable bulk oi then cur.:. the Rabbinii al a adi m the time. Flu : und in the by f\ late Professor A. Harkavy, who took it to Saint Petersburg. It was subtransported to Londc n. and I to New York, the property of the Theological Seminary ot All which Pi %  ;• r Oberpublished by the v. tder the thl Kohut Memorial Fund. The volum mile oi the codi I nHi bn I | Dr, Obr::. ..:.:. ript. Mrs. H.W.Cohen" %  Tourist Home %  %  KOSHER MEALS FOR %  TOURISTS %  %  %  Railroad Ave. Walterboro. s C.I 3 1 -, Blocks Off Road 401 %  delivery being paid for by the recipient. The American dollar is still very much of a dollar in the U. S. S. R.. and anyone in this country sending over a Torgsin Order to hit tives or friends can feel confident that i value will be receivWHAI is TORGSIN? John Falkenberg, Manager, American Express ( o., Miami, ila. I am often asked Just what ; In the language of the Ruslan .' described as an "All Union Company for Trade with Ftin ers." It Is reallj a vast numl %  managed by the u. s. s. R.. for anyone who hat the money can uo in and buy thl necessities and In some cases the luxuries of life. It started out in a small way with very few stores and these in the : : cities. A year ago, there were only 150 stores in the Soviet Union, j Today there are over 1700 and others are being rapidly established. These ; small semi-department stores. The merchandise carried is ol a very wide range, some of it locally manufactured and some of it imported. On account of the lack of middlemen, the prices in these Torgsin compare very favorably with the prices prevailing for the same les in the United States. Because, however, it is possible to pay for me: m a In store either with foreign ncy or gold, or by individual m from other counthe American Expre Company, working with the U. S. S. R.. has authorized all of its offices includin to sell Torgsin Orders to those who wish to aid their friends and rela ho reside in the U. S. S. R. A Torgsin Order bought here from the American Express and SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th \\< MOO W. I lacier SI. 733 N. W. 3IIh SI. PHONE 2-3-12 Delaney & Beers Kodnk Finishing and FnlaryinK Coanereial Work mid Ilamf Portrait" til N. K. th SI. I'henf J-SS-S TIVOLI showi a 13 and n nn P. M. 20c till 6:30—Evening : >< Matinees Daily Sunday-Monday. April 22-23 JIMMY DURANTE JACK PEARL "Meet The Baron' Patronize A MIAMI PRODUCT! ()range Crystals STRICTLY KOSHER i Ask your Rabbi > FOR WASHING DISHES By Hand or Machine Williams Chemical Com pain 339 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-3520 The price lists of merchandise m the Torgsin stores which have reached America make a very lntag comparative study. For example, a hundred ttiexpenaivi C an be purchased lor 32 kopeks, a package of chocolate caralor 55 kopeks. A pair of women's shoes with French or Vienna heels cost only 3 roubles and 78 kopeks Men's oxfords, described in the price list as half-shoes, glace kid in brown or black cost only 3 roubles and 70 kopeks, a mans overcoat 8 roubles and 20 kopeks and a man'.woolen suit 7 roubles and 50 kopeks. The catalogue Includes house hold goods and provisions as well I am a candidate for the office of county solicitor subject to the June Democratic primary. Your vote and support will be apprei lated. Robt. R. Taylor %  Paid Political Advertisement) as clothing and boudoir J such as soap and perfum es In my office I have a [ list of the towns in which-, stores are maintained, ib,, are available to those who tercsted and through the scattered organization m by the American Express Q in foreign lands. Because o! ragements with the U. s. s have made it a very simp:. for Americans to secure sin Orders. The highly met: State system of the U. S. S made it equally simple fa who receive the orders to ^-, advantage of them. tlttl DR. A. F. 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