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The Jewish Floridian ( April 27, 1934 )

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ft ^Jewish Floridiari \\ 7 No, 17 MORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, I Kl DAY, APRIL 27, 1934 [Brotherhood Day To Be Observed Price Five Cents Brotherhood Day. which will be ed nationally throughout the i United States Sunday April 2:i!h by Protestant, Catholic and Jew iill be widely observed in Miami this i Sunday. The observance will i mi with a Brotherhood Day proi vei station w. I. o. D. on the {tadio Synagogue services al 8:45 A. Ill when Bruce Minear repf the Protestanl taith, and ii. .i. Hem -rnaii. representing Catholic faith will be g u e s i I; Rabbi s. M. Machtel will bie.ik on "Brotherhood." The pro|raiu will continue until 9:30 a, m., nal time having been allotted the station because ol this pro:: the afternoon, Brotherhood iy will be observed over station Q A, M. from 1:30 i<> 2 p. m. at Biich tune Father Peter P. O'Sull,m will speak on the subject "Have |e no) all one Father?", on behall Catholic faith; Dr. J. D. Kuyindall representing the protestanl |iiili will speak on "Adventuring in I hip", and Dr. Jacob Kaplan [ii. peak on "Applying Religion to liiiiian Relations." Mrs. H. u. Feibpian will sing, accompanied by H. s. Asher. Dr. c.eo. c. Bradci the Sun Sea Air A under H' i an pices this program Is beobserved over W. Q. A. M. will airman. i • % %  National conference ol Chrisis and Jews, under whose sponship the national observance ol itherhood Day Is beam held, has mulgated a declaration ol Broth|"(I. which says: intend to do unto others ol never race or creed, as I would 1 them do to me. It Is my purpose to respect the l't. ol human beings, and to judge i fellow-man on his individual ts alone. will oppose every organized efi" evoke fear or hatred of any Jious or radical group. pa.-,, cards, which all are urged {ue to their friends as a reminder %  the purpose of the day, may be "•II.I.MI from the Jewish Floridian ^ %  fiom the Radio Synagogue, free Brotherhood Bui when ye pray, sa) our —not mine or thine; Out debts, our debtors, and our daily bread! Before the thronged cathedral's gracious shrine. Or in thy closet's solitude instead, Whoe'er thou art, where'er thou liftest prayer, However humble or how greai thou be, Say our, thy brothr man including there, And more and more it may be thou shalt see I pon life's loom how thread to thre.nl is bound; None for himself, but man and fellow-man, Or near or i.ir, meet on one common ground, Sons di one I athcr since the world began. So shall < iml's Kingdom come in might and power W hen .til can pray, not mine, or thine, but our. j Announcements* 1 j CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orlhodoil til Wa.hinmon AT*., Miami Finch DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi. Ladies Auxiliary Elects Officers At the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish Orhodox Congregation held last Tuesday evening al the Synagogue reports of the activities of the organization tor the past year were heard. Plans for the summer activities were di-eiissed and will be announced next week. Mrs. Max Kupferstein, chairman ol the nominating committee presented her report. Election Ol Officers resulted m the unaninu ction ol the following. Mrs. J. Loins Shochel president; Mrs, Sam Tannenbaum. 1st vice president; Mrs. Nathan Adelman, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum. treasurer; Mis. Tina Kotkin. financial secretary; Mrs, Jack Hirsch, correspondin. 1 secretary, and Mrs. Harry Kot; kin. recording secretary, installation of the officers will take place shortly and will be announced thru (lie columns of the Jewish Floridian. Directors elected include: Mrs Philip Berkowit/.. chairman, and Mesdames Max Kupterstein. Nathan Abramson, Morris Kotkin, Morris Rappaport, Max Rappaport, Louis Pallott. and H. Trager. Temple Women Will Install Coming event of interest m Jewish circles will be the annual installation luncheon ol the Sistei • hood ol Temple Israel, which take place at 1 p. m.. May 7. al Kaplan hall, 137 N. E. 19th st, Mrs. Mitchell Early services begin tit (i p. m. Tomorrow morning services begin at 8:30 and will Ixfeatured by the observance ol "Brotherhood Day", with .i sermon by the Rabin on -When Brethern dwell in Unity." BETH DAVID CONGREGATION IConttervativel 139 N. W. Third Avenue M.AX SHAriRO. Rabbi Senior Council Names Leaders Early services at 6 p. m will be followed by the last late service ol son at 8:15 O'clock when the principal address will be delivered by Stanley C. Myers, president of the congregation. He will speak on "Religion on Vacation." The Rabbi will speak briefly in observance of FrothIn addition to the installation ceremony, there will be VOCal solos by Mrs Bertram Raff, and a humorous skit written by thepresident, Mrs Wemstem. depicting the trials and tribulations ol the sisterhood. Reservations may be made with any member ol the committee. Y. M. H. A. To Hold Meeting Plans for one of the gala affairs During the evening Rabbi Julius ((1 the st a son are bcing made fo| Washer of the Congregation dethe evening of May 9tli when the livered a brief talk on the work ol annual membership meeting will be the Talmud Torah and Sunday held. Following the nomination ol school. Plans for the annual Sunofficers, a buffet supper will be Miami Chapter, National Council fish Women, re-elected Mrs erhOOd Day. having EU his subject Sydney L. Weintraub president at a "Brotherhood Day and its Signimeetlng Wednesday at her home licance." Cantor Hayman and the Other officers chosen include Mrs. choir will chant the services. SatWolfson Is genera] chairman, asHarrv '• Magid, first vice president; urday morning Melvin Weinkle. son slsted by Mrs. Harry Nevins, in Mlv ''"' M****. treasurer; Mr of Mr. & Mrs. Sol Weinkle, will be charge ol the tl nd reservaCharles Beckwitt, financial secreBar Mitzva. He will recite the Maftions. %  "'' %  %  MrsBenjamin London, cone.-Ur and deliver an address in English The following will assist as coP ndln 8 secretary. He will be addressed by Rabbi Shachairmen: Mrs. Henry D. Williams Three-year directors. Mrs, Frank piro and by Jerome Weinkle. presiMrs. Tobias Simon. Mrs. Bert ReisMyel '"' Mrs A Schwartz and Mrs dent of the Junior Congregation. ner, Mrs. Laurence Sapero and Mrs lsld01 Cohen; two-year directors. The parents will be hosts at a reI. M. Weinstein. Ml> Lewih Brown. Mrs Morris Dubception following the services. ler, Mrs. Max Ghertler; one-year. Mr.-. Charles Greenfield, Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, Mrs. j. A. Richter oil leers will be installed at a luncheon at noon May Hi at the new Pan American Terminal restaurant. Reservations may be made with Mrs Richter, who ha.s charge of arrangemente Early services begin at 6 p. m. Dr. Max Meyer of the University Saturday morning services begin at of Miami told of work among tinobservance of Brotherhood Day on blind children. This work will be 9 a m. and the Rabbi will speak on one of the projects of the council -Divine Fatherhood and Human for next year. Mrs. T. V. Moore spoke on the Girl Scout work, to which the council made contribution. The council also contributed to the Universlty National hospital in Palestine. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodoi) IMS S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Of c .ai-ge. [rbeiter Ring o Hear Speaker Joseph Weinberg of New York. pnal president of the Workmens I"' will be the principal speaker special meeting of the local day school picnic were announced. This will be held on Sunday May Kith al Las Olas Casino Ft, Lauderdale. Arrangements will be in charge of a committee headed by Mrs. Philip Berkowit/ and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet. Jr. Hadassah Sponsors Dance served. In charge of arrangements are Sam Shindell, chairman and Messrs. Al. Berkowitz and Nat Kupper. Miss Esther Cromer has been selected as the candidate of the Y. M. H. A. in the annual May Day dance to be given on May 6th by Junior Hadassah. Nat Kupper, manager of the diamond ball team requests all candidates for the A and B teams to report for practice at Flamingo Park Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Brotherhood." The public is invited to attend. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI Officers Will Begin Duty (Raform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Regular Friday evening services begin at 8:15 when the Rabbi will preach a sermon. The public is inJunior Hadassah will sponsor Its Bdi Sunday evening April 29th. annual May Day dance on Sunday pnlng at 8 p. m. in the Workevening May 6th al the Alcazar Circle Hall 701 N. W. Fifth Roof. As before, the May Queen He will discuss conditions in will be chosen from candidates An important general meeting of country and particularly the named by Miami's Jewish organizathe entire membership of Beth of the organization which he tlons and the candidate receiving David Congregation has been called An elaborate program of enI he highest number of votes will be Radio Synagog The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewvited to attend, ish Welfare Bureau will entertain at an installation breakfast next Tuesday morning May 1st at 10 a. m. in the Barcelona Tea Room. Brotherhood day will be observed Coral Gables. Mrs. Marvin Bronner by the Radio Synagog this coming will be toastmistress. the invocaSunday morning. Rabbi S. M. Machtion will be delivered by Mrs. Lewis | tei, founder and director of the RaBrown and addresses will be made dio Synagog, will preach on "Brothby the presidents of all Miami Jewish Women's organizations. Mrs. Larry Fay will sing several vocal selections. Reservations may bo made with any member of the comerhood". Guest speakers will be Judge E. C. Collins and Judge D. J. Heffernan. The program will run from 8:45 a. m. to 9:30 a. m. Throughout the summer months. for Sunday evening April 29th bepunent has been prepared for named Queen with the other canginning at 8 p. m. at the Talmud Ivening, The public is invited didales being named as ladies in Chairman, and Mesdames Harry Oliphant. Bertha Berkowich Levy. Julius Simpson. Louis Hartz and Torah Hall. All members are urged Rose Miles. The public is urged to mlttee in charge of arrangements while Daylight Saving Time is in consisting of Mrs. P. Scheinberg. effect in the N. B. C. chain, the Radio Synagog will be heard every Sunday one hour earlier than its former schedule. It will be heard M'"d. waiting. to attend. attend. from !) a. m. W. I. O. D. to 9:30 a. m. over 17 nria of nd J



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I -I Page 2 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 27. 1934 SOCIETY Mi Ruth Drevlch, the daughter OJ Mr. and Mrs H. M Drench, active communal workers ol Miami. and one ol the popular members ol Miami* Jewish junior set left adj.for an extended visit to her brother in Chicago. 111. Mi-.Ann Sentler of Jacksonville. Fla. LS visiting her aunt and uncle. Mr. ai.d Mrs. I. Sliver ol thb. city and will remain here for several : %  %  '! %  : A joint meeting of the Miami Socialist party and the Miami branch ol the Workmens Circle will be held Tuesday evening May 1st at the Workmens Circle Hall beginning at lock. The evening will be in th( May Day observince "'. International Worker and Holiday held throughout I that day. A number ol ... iddress thi with Mr. Joseph Welnberg ol New York, national president ol the Workmen* Circle a the principal -peaker. A program of •:.' %  been provided and reiments will b* served. The public I to attend. on July 1st. Many Florida residents have arranged for their daughters to attend camp this year, with lntion that a banner enrollment :;p Wohelo will be the result. Saturday April 28th a beach party and luncheon for aid and new camp%  :.will be held at Miami Beach to friendships and begin new :.' Camps for children are last receiving their recognition as valuable not only for the benefits accruing becau.-e of out-door life, but of the splendid environment and training given them which they would otherwise not receive. At the :..• time it affords parents a much r. vacation and change ol surroundings. Mrs. Levy will return North about May 15th and will be to Interview parents ol prospective 1 ampi 1 .: %  the mean time. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle ol Miami will be Bar Mitzva at Beth David Synagog Saturday morning April 28th at 9 a. m. He will recite the Maftir and will deliver a Bar Mitzva address. Following the services the parents will be hOSl their friends and worshippers at a reception In the Talmud Torah Hall All are united to attend ai no cards have been issued. Melvin Is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle, active communal workers of this area, and active Tn Beth David affairs. Young Weinkle 1a member of Beth David Junior Conralmud 1 orah. On. week-end H P ori da su.ir College for women at laiiathi danc. ivcn b Jewish Women organization on the campu..„ 1 he Uttfc lymnaslum last week. Miami girl present wen m Ethel Mintzei Ml Lol Miss Maxine Kantor, Miss Janice Misj RO % % %  Daum, Miss Gladys Abenson, and M 0 Barrack. •+ I :... ixillary of the Miami 1: thodox C .on is bi-weekly ard p .ii-'i enti M at the an 1421 r. w. First led foi :.. .: %  :. I Sam 1 anm nwlll be the iioste e publll ;. ttei pi ...:.•(: ..i.'i director o: ''.Mil]) Wohelo for girls in the Blue Ridge Ml.-. Ol Pa. 1.preand luni neon tor old and new campJ. C. Sumner well known in local furniture clrcU % %  %  % %  • what promises to'be one of Ml pO] % % %  •: : ..:.. %  .:• N Miami av< thi tlrm • hold furni• .:. ai % % %  %  fl 'vli: mong then Shi tvadoi and 1 modi • 1 hold applianci Athi pi hi firm : %  irini I e radl .... With get sta. Mr. tth 1 A Miai he pai I and :• r thi pa 1 yeai 01 ol the md eleel di partOa 1 furniture business lor -on.. I MAY THE IDEALS OF I I {"Brotherhood Day BECOME A REALM Y J %  %  I Dr. V. k. Jindra •'/i,A'//./, '••.'( [mid ,m,l bou pleasant it /• for brethern /" ,111,11 /• %  %  in unity." "11,11, U( -i M mi, fatl>cr? hafb not <>>;, %  (,•../ created I III! 'I Bin 1 1. SUNDAY APRIL 29,1934 Has Bern Designated As Brotherhood Day to be observed nationally to strengthen the bonds which united Protestant, Catholic, and .lew as BROTHERS in all enterprises which advance the citizenship of the United States. WE EXTEND OUR HAM) IN FELLOWSHIP AND BROTHERHOOD TO JEW, CATHOLIC, AND PROTESTANT Burdino's Dr. Chas. Beckwitl OPTOMETRIST "!i rears In Miami" I • I j Correct!) prescribed and accui I iti-lv fitted glasses over a period of more than 'l years. Melvin Weinkle. the son ol Mrs. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO I OSMIIK VALUES, STYLES, AND TYPES FIRST AVENUE —+ —+ Adult. :n. I I hililrrn lllf I it.. \ Office open; 8 30 I p.m. Sunday I Evenings 20c | Phone 2-6551 ISunday-Monday, April !!i-:;ii— JIMMIE 1)1 KAMI: JACK PEARL "Meet The Baron" j lvieet 151 stz- SCOLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN DINNER 60c up ,r-T JUDGE A. I. ROSE Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE, will appreciate your support. %  %  ••IRPHII)"! Joseph M. Fine 1 M 1: \l. Dlltl ( TOR Associated With Philbrick Funeral I lomes White Oak Leather I Half Soles 50c| LADIES HEELS ir.. I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 240 N. E. First Air Hup Carte, Hulrl / llrarlil) I %  "Brotherhood Day" :,s '•' Bl „;.: .,, %  B closer understandlr ,„„ %  fello FRED PINE COUNTY SOLICITOR FOR DADE COUNTY A BLOW-OUT/ THIS TIRE SAVES LIVES EVERY DAY % % %  i^HBI aajaBtaaaaial 1o Extra Cost for "Goldei Ply" Blow-out Protection rpHlS new Goodrich Silverton I with the Golden Ply n r life. The Golden Ply IX ti mat heat—the great, Una ticaun of blow-OUta. Silvertowns amazing invention lasted 3 times .ng in gruelling high-spr, And it will certainly save 3 with its months of extra n Extra safety! Extra mileagi! Yd E Ivertowns don't cost a pei .more ti.an other standard tires, l.ookr \ MONEY-SAVING PRICES $'-s\ sts SiS $1U 1.50x20 1.75x19 LOOxls v::.\ix S.50xl9 Subject to chang* without notii '-" d to any go.etnmental tax oc If y. PALLOT TIRl COM PAN V N. E. 2nd Avr., Cor. MH l 1'hone I-U68 "FAIR DEALING MARK Mt



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rida y, April 27, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN [HE JEWISH A Generousjct LORIDIAN Page Three II BLI8HED F.VF.KY FIIIDAY bj the f|SH FI.ORIIIIAN I'l'III.ISHINf; CO. P. (). Wax 2S73 liimi. Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICES: S. W. IUh Avenue Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor KKH K. BBOCHBT, Circulation Manauri|ANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative econd clui matter July 4, t the I • Office at Miami. Florida. x • of March 3. IH:. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZEB Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative si BSCRIPTION Month! ... ... II.OO l'l 1 2.00 I RIDAY, APRIL 27. 1934 Vol. 7—No. 17 berg, treasurer; Harry Serkin. financial secretary and Louis Vangilder Our felicitations go to the Most r, ( rclin S secretary. Rev. James H. Ryan. Rector ol Catholic University al Washington, u< '"' E1 Sisterhood is sponsoring D. c. who has Just anounced the a Dutch supper al Moore Hall nexi appointment of Dr. Ernst stein as 8und evening April 29th. Supper visiting professor ol Byzntine hisu '" '"' M1Al '"i'taut matter Messrs Louis made. There i.s deep encouragement Van 8*Wer and Harry .Simons will in the act, for II gives American l) '' '"mated Into membership. Jews some reassurance that there -7THE when gossip Is spicy everyone seems to enjoy : nod heal He. After all, those jolly fat girls were pretty good company, and they knew how to cook, and they never go) Intemperance ol speech and Intolsullen, erance of opinion are not evidence of wisdom. You cannot get anywhere quarreling with the public. The thing to do Is shew them. i.s In tins country among mam men a different conception ol ethics and religion than prevails In Nazzl Germany. Beth Kl Sisterhood entertained at .i benefit bridge last Sunday with Mr, & Mrs. B. Wax as the hosts. Gainesville Notes > ol(nul Wants Minorities Protected ranted seemingly on all sides forces, the Jewish people In. in principle, to welcome the ion ol the Polish Government in international convention the p 'ciiou of minorities. The ii.:. delegates have requested be placed on the agenda the September meeting ol the gue Ol Nations Assembly a pn>ii for the convening by April. ">. ol a conference "composed ol members ol the League, with ructions to frame a general vention lor the international ii ol minorities." In League MI proposal is interpreted llsh ei tort to try to get a ii the question ol antipersecutions m Germany, Germany's withdrawal from the does not become effective ( nd ol 1035. Once before ie made a gesture toward 1 il I many to book, but it impotent as the League's ntion in Manchuria, as Jews will welcome till the part ol Poland, it pointed out that Poland's 1 1 her minorities, panic uJ H i aves her open to ,: "i the criticism levied at in theory, Poland gives its Jewish citizens. In leal and commercial life. AcrernmentaJ discrimination the most casual observ%  II ii conditions knows that %  -1111101 obiam employment In rnmenl offices or in munici1 lades and industries A'tilch Jews have a major lnterare virtually taxed out ol CMS; Condition* against which in leadership has protested in lie meetings and in the Sejm ontlnue. Protests against Posubsided because the From Tan Bpsilon Phi Fraternity come, the news that their home is to be entirely renovated this summer. Plans anounced by Irving Gibbs, president, call for the painting ol the exterior, enure redecoraiion ol individual rooms, and the refurnishing oi the home. With the lame lead that the fraternity established last semester In taking first place in scholarship among all fraternities, they are almost assured ol taking the scholarship cup signifying the outstanding fraternity In scholarship on the campus for the entire year. During the pasl week. Tau Epsilon Phi added to Its pledge rostrum Herman Fishbein, president ol the Fourth Estate Club and new editor oi the Alligator, student weekly. The fraternity continues to hold forth in intramuralbeing now ill sixth place. Bernie Frank Is to meet the Lambda Chi Alpha entry this week for II.I Ingle championship, while the doubles team ol Burnett Roth and Simon Coopei have advanced to the semi-finals Simon Cooper continues to hold second place In Individual U Mr. & Mrs. R. j. Apte. prominent communal workers ol this city have moved their home to Miami Ml Apie i.s a former president oi Beth Israel and was active in all civic endeavors locally. The real optimists are the bridl and the grooms. Sometime, ,, wile will listen to Remember the other fellow may a,J explanation but only rarely will be right now and then, even il by she believe it. ml take. There Is mure bigotry In politic.-, "Cheap Politicians" can be might] and business than there is in reeffe tlve when you want quick acliglon. Hon. and that's why they are kept in office. Great men ha'.,purposes; othen have wishes In this fire-eyed age of intolerance, every man should have the courage of his convulsions Crime Is a disease that calls for arrest cure A regular meeting of the Junior Hadassah will take place Monday evening, April 30th. at Beth David Talmud Torah. for the purpose ol election Of officers All members are requested to be present Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Fein will leave lor their summer home at Newport. R. I. the end of the month and Will return here in October. Wives quickly forgive and forgel the follies Ol other bands. A man will spend unlimited tlmi women's husand energy keeping peace with a business associate and fight with ; his wife at the drop of the hat. Mosl theologians mistake theologj for religion. Every girl wants to marry a rich man, but since there are no; In spite Ol the general complaintenough to go around, he had better Of the pedestrian, the easisi thing be content with a nice poor one. for an automobile to run into is and nag him up the ladder. debt. Jewish News Around The World Another mean man i.s the hu.sA Pennsylvania lady got a divorce band who will lie cold and fake a from her husband because he dropsnore, so his wile won't a-sk him to ped little .-nakes down her back It's get up for an extra blanket. ting so a playful married man ]USt can't lane any fun any more Did you ever get any cheerlul news out of those open-faced enSomei ne ha..aid that politeness velopes the kind with the suncosts nothing but that was befon parlor In front so commonly seen New York Eat* Gefulte Fish From brush and hosiery petMiers began around the lust ol the month? Municipal Reservoirs knockinu at front doorNew York—Believe it or not. but a good deal of the gefulte fish con"Real Estate Expected to Stay Considering what the depression Down." declarea news headline, sumed by the Jews of New Yon: has done to the world, we cant Righto! Nothing is more disconcontains carp caught in the New blame Voliva much lor thinking it certing than real estate that get.> York City reservoirs m Westchesl >i and Putnam Counties Mam. Davidson New YorkJewish commissioner ot wait:, a and tricity, made this discovery and a a result the 1 city will s;ct$4.000 0 ha.always been that way. up and wai the premises In making public President mon and Meyer Lazarowitz of Pal%  elt's endorsement, Re\ Dr estine will inherit the bulk of a S. Parkcs Cadman. Chairmai 5250.000 i tate left by their late Brotherhood Day announced thai uncle. Meyer Chlnsky, publisher ol year from o.-car Goldstein for th Pi itestants. Catholics and Jew.In Hebrew prayer books, to the i A the year drawsi to a pxcluslve righl in srve carp fron 38 states have already made preparZion Hospital in Brooklyn. The will the. publications, It is definite thai the city's reservoirs Lasl year 15,00 ations tor observance ol Brotherol Chlnsky, who died in the Israel %  he two leading reporters on the Ailigatoi stafl this year are both carp were taken from the reservoir hood Daj and converted Into gefulte fish membersol lion Phi, George wltnou the city getting a penny Lithuania Asks Rnsia To Permit SI Greenberg and Philip Selber. These two men together With Joel Flee' and Paul Kirstein are on the stafl oi the "Seminole." the year book and are assured ol key.-. Paul Kirstein, pasl secretary c>; the fraternity, was recently chosen one oi the five members ol the senior cla.-s to graduate with hi| h honors. West Palm Beach Notes Goldstein had twenty other competitors bidding for tinright to tin re servolr carp. Rabbis To Emigrate President Roosevelt Endorses Observance of Brotherhood t>a> New York -Termini; Brotherhood Day, which Will be observed nationally on Sunday. April J!), "an opportunity for cencerted thinking on a vital problem ol national wel fare", President Franklin D. Roose velt, in a letter received today bj the National Conference ol Jews and Christians, declared that he is deeply Interested In the possibilitii of Brotherhood Day. T have jusl learned ot the prooi Brother! AI a meeting ol Congregation Beth-El held last week the l'c.-mnaf realize that state approval oi tions en Jack Snelder as president, f-Semltlsm Is certainly a differ[rvlng Moss, treasurer, were accepted posed observance brand than 3tate-dlsapproved with regrel Mr. H. Gold one ol Wesl Day by the National Conference ol population from engaging in propal-S emitism, even if Poland Palm Beach's foremost communal Jews and Christians and I am deepanda for the anU-German boycott ft flagrantly at violations. workers and vice president became ly interested In its possibilities. ..,. llu advent oI ,,„. NazJ vv _. mil Kovno—At the requesl ol the Lithuanian rabbinate, the Lithunlan government has opened negotiations with Soviet Russia looking io i he granting ot permission by the Soviets to fifty ot the leading Russian rabbi.to leave the country, in view of the friendly relations existing bi tween Lithuania and Russia, the rabbinate is confident that negotiations will be successful, A lew months ago Lithuania prevailed upon the Soviet authorities to allow a number ol Polish priests living in Russia to emigrate. Lithuania has also changed Its mind about preventing Its Jewish Zion Hospital towards midnight on April 7 1933, was contested by his nephews who contended their uncle was mentally incapable of making a will at the tune of his death. Hospital officials, who testified before the Brooklyn Surrogate's Court, admitted they had guided Chlnsky s hand when he signed his will. The] also stated that at the time of till Signing, which they placed between 1J and 12:30 a. m.. a terrific thunder storm was raging. The records of the weather bureau show that a storm tlid not break until 1:10 a. m. On tlie basis of this record, which discredited the hospital officials' testimony, the court refused to enter the' will for probate and ordered the 1 estate awarded to ChmSky's two nephews under the Iniws. Magnets and Wci/mann Coming to U. s. in Maj [ tlie Polish proposal president ol the Congregation To President Roosevelt wrote league, if adopted, will make nil vacancies In <•' %  Sam Scher "This occasion presents an opF md other nations responwas elected vice president. Maurice portunity for concerted thinking the world for their treatDiCkson financial secretary, and on a Vital problem ot national wel: ii en course, Pol8am 0 dl i treasurer. Plans tor fare; a should help us all in our is not so much to afford an active summer campaign will efforts to rise above ancienl and I to Jew a t" gel Gershortly be announced. harmful suspicionand | i und by the same obll and to work together as citizei protect minorities as now Congregation Beth Israel held It American democi ; i "lie', thereannual recentl> borliro 'hat Poland's ulterior motive and chose the followii common sense In every day relate an important weapon c i denl Har H tionshlp an potent anti-Semitism. pern, vice pn Max Green-|a nation-wide observai Germany the Jewish press <>i this country was barred from urgNew York—Dr. Judah I. Magnes. readerto -top buying tierchancellor ol the Hebrew Univer.-man goods. Tinban has now been [ty, will make' his tirsl visit to the lifted, smc, tin boycott agitation united state.since 1931 when he was allowed. German exports to arrives in tins country on May in Lithuania dropped 65 per cent. order to participate. In a pi conference of the American memWeather Bureau Helps 'I Palestine bi'rs ol the' board ol governors Ol lewin s:.-,0.0(1(1 inheritance the Hebrew University ^u May 12 Dr. Chalm Weizmann, who i.due New York—Thanks to the' BCCUm the United 8tatl D May 10 l the weather bureau. Solowill preside at the conic re nee 17 nrIa of nd



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%  ** % %  • \ I Page hour THE JEWISH F LORIDIAN Friday, April 27, 1934 + >+ ^.. > > .>.>*+. .*+.>.n-*++++++***+****^***-' : s i !, **** + *** + + £HABBI S. M. MACHTEI + 1 ,T,.ier and Director. Radio BynaCOf of Amenr *VVVTTVVfVVVVTTTTTT-. .....-----Sabio ^ijnagog lullrttu WIOD, MIAMI, 1-LOIUDA Sl'NDAV APRIL 22, 1934 No. 19 SUNDAY MORNIN.S VOL. IV BREAKING WITH Till: PAS1 %  I h.greatest drawback to pi the Bplrit of. conservation which holds tens 1l tradlU and d< pit* the warning of the Sage in Eccle last. "that the former days were better than the tionary .-pun which thwart.all change and insists on -good old day-', ignoring the find;: 01 the thinkers ol the present, ha.-, in evi ration, placed obstacles m ,|„. paths progr. What* 1 1 headway was made, has always been through battling thes. which retard the advancemenl th( ;: toward IU goal of improvement. There are In this have been in the past, leaders who lead backward.-, who .. tead ol adva aking with the past I a difiicuit t hin madi ex remely difficult through a failure to underMand the purpo ol tradition. m „ „.,. ., menl to anal-. .. problem. At birth. man ,_ projected Into a state ol llvln a tati n of society for which ponslble. and which Lthe result ol the biological and social lutlon 01 hispeclec With the comlni ol maturity ol mind, th human b.'lng two alternatives;First, thai he indlviduallj ira „,,, ui ,„ ... .. th traditions and custom.In which h. find! him-:: immersed; second, thai ..• strive to revolutionize th toms, discard the iradltlons, and move forward to a point of refinement beyond : status. Ol all tl ices to human pro n tradition is. by fai it is admitted that tradition 1 admirable chara. but tiie Inability ol tru average human being 10 determine the difference between the uood or evil in tradition makes tradition dangerous [. 1, presumed thai man does not wish to etern.,..,,. ,„ m | ... his mislortunes, or the proven faUacies oi his prooltors The value 01 tradition Is the uiiluatioi. 1 pa I exper.hich will further the highest ideals of the present. When tradition 1.not in accord with th. high! I ideal, and a choice mu.-t be made between the tradition and the present conception, the tradition must be discarded II a forward move 1.to be made. The summarj of this view ol tradition 1that when it contribute.to human progra it lifto be accepted; when 1: retards progress, it is obsolete and must be di.-icarded. rh( has been made that President Roosevelt has broken with the past, that he has ignored age old traditions. More power to bin.. He has weighed the traditions In the balance and has iuund them wanting. He has mad,new rulings which advance the 1 inlty, which lift obsolete burden.Horn oil the shoulderol the citizens '.1 the i and I|js 1 .,, ri ht to decide. And bis alone, Judaism ha.survived because ol the flexibility ol its lawand because o! the modernity 01 its dl .;. •..: • Scripture laid down the rule that mailerol Judgi ment m • : D to th. priesl the Levltes and unto the fudge %  shall be in Ihose days." The Chlel Executive ol rte land In matb .,.,, .. ens ol th. land, is the Priest, the Levite and the j Uf j :. • radltions, the pei .„ ,;,, to do according 10 all that," he informs them. U on irl %  an th. nev decision progresslv. t. p A .,. Need I that questl n I th. re anj thl igh th. period from I w Ing Who can not pass on the relative meritol th( Its ti idll 1 ""• newly instituted pra. no „ a hriel : %  'Id s tem, True, there are such. But we ,,,1, divide them into two clas es Friday, th. ten : %  : %  wnose mannei : 1 ,, thlnklr land to 1 %  and. secondly, those who undei tne ,,„. %  iii ei .,1 the expense ol 'he mas.ol the dtizenei the common weal Is at .-take, when th,benefits ol th. greatei numbei ... rned, the minority must bow to the will ol th, majorltj Pi this true when the chlel objectors 10 char e tl .. had 1 tabllshed, under the old tradition spoils system bj m. which they enriched th,. ai the exp. of both the nation and th, Individual citizen, The president rellel hi expenditures on civil works, have been criticized. What do these critics want? A return to or a continuance ol the old traditions? When the masses cried for work, for bread, the Stand-p IVC them word.-,. "glOriOUl traditions Ol the party! Sanctity ol toe Constitution I .Stars and Stripe. And Horn the pulpit 1., hereafter! 'n>e Kingdom 01 God!'" Did that fill hungry bellies? Did thai % %  l,ld thai erve a a jusl n pons. to men who prayed for work? About • approached a prominent business executive for a contribution to the Radio SynagO II; reply to me lingers With „„. yet, IP said, Let us take th,slat out 01 their bellies befor. save their iouls." 1 .-hook that man with pride. 1 wa.happy '" 1, a-.,In. office without any donation. That man. through not of my n conviction, was ol my Faith, spoke the language ol my God. President Roosevelt has broken with some ol the traditions of the ,,., 1 but, in has made forwar, lie supplant th. words ol tin : tem, with definite and helpful acts, undei the Nev. Deal. Ask the man-on-the-streel u he wants to return to the ,,:,i S j tem that all, him to risk I n in a hank, or whether he prefers to haw „, ... lone ami, ; the new system, ha. done ,,,,„,. [ or ,.,. than the preachments ol all the ,, iigjou ol a.: denomination what will you use as an argument i„ refut. the Justification for stealing %  < loal ol bread, by the man Vv i ., ft ini ver. Iped oul through the machinations ol a onvince that man thai Yon ii'iiu h him with a convini will satiate the hunger lor bread and will quench the thlTSl lor milk that his starving children fee. gnawing at thler stoma,a* With that man. you. who contend that the former da s these. 1 am not bright enough to think up ft. a u P %  • not hypocrtte enough to tell him that because the banker w !in.n.ltiMr HrcaH* GOOD HEALTH BAKINT. COMPANY, INC. 2I5 W. Hi.iil.-r SI. 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April 27, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN SOCIETY Page 5 proceeds to vamp the college dean played by Edna May Oliver. toiizsffiizizsttiiiiSinszivttiziziziiiimttiiRivinm? r? r? .f^j Miami Chapter of Junior Hada.s„;, entertained at its annual $5 ilmner dance at Auby's Lan Sunday night. A skit in the urn oi a telephone conversation ., feature of the entertainment. iount'8 "Too Much Harthe first musical hit of the ( w 1933-34 season, makes its api • on Sunday and Monday It tin Tlvoli Theatre. In the stellar liing Crosby, who was mast rn in Paramounfs "Big %  l ist" and "College Humor." I In supporting roles are JackOakie Aid ski eta Gallagher, famous team. i Allen. Harry Green, famous ,. ind screen dialectic funster; I ["ashman and Ned Sparks. new song hits by Arthur and Sam Coslow are in. ;n the film. They are "Booi "Thanks" Buckin' the (ladle me With a Hot-Cha Black Moonlight," "The : Came Along." "The Two ) and "I guess It Had j r.i rhat Way." en "SchnozsJe" fame, and Zasu Pitts, whimsical comedienne of the i'itt.s-Todd comedies and many a feature picture, are the laugh-making trio heading the mast remarkable all comedian cast in history in "Meet the Baron," the picture that introduces the radio star to the screen It comes Sunday and Monday to the Seventh Avenue Theatre. The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer comedy with music Ls a hilarious story dealing with the sanguinary adventures of "The Baron" and Durante in a girls' college. Miss Pitts is the head chambermaid, and she and "The Baron" fall in love while JimPearl, famous "Baron Muncl ol radio. Jimmy Durantc PTi;\IH. IN Klllt OLD RADIOi FOR A NEW ALL WAVE I'll I LGO '.ii Balance On Easy Terms J nd Tune in the World %  •mall down payment makes i'ii enjoy the NEW PIIILCO ill Wave set, and you listen in the World's Finest Music ... I r and Entertainment. I %  I:\DI: IN YOUR OLD RADIO Philip Kristal "shoched" of Key West was awarded a verdict of $500 by a Jury in Circuit court Friday in a suit for $25,000 for Injury against A. Golden of 128 Washington avenue, Miami Beach. Mr. Kristal. formerly employed In Miami Beach, was invited guest in an automobile owned by Mr. Golden and it was struck by another automobile in N. W. Fifth street beiweenFourth and Fifth avenues. He charged that the negro chauffeur, John Washington, as the agent of Mr. Golden was negligent in parking the automobile at an angle and M nil feet from the curb. The automobile was struck in the rear by a car driven by J. R. B. demons, Miami attorney, and Kristal was thrown through an open door onto the pavement when the Golden automobile hit a telephone post. Woodlawn Cemetery. In charge ol arrangements is a committee headed by Mesdames M. Kotkin and Jos. Shonfeld. through whose efforts the tombstone was erected The public is asked to attend. • • • Mrs. David I. Rasenbloom and her newborn daughter Goldie Tamarah returned from the Hospital and are now at their home in Miami Beach. LINEN SLITS PROPERLY LAUNDERED As Always— "Bundles of Satisfaction" Biltmore Phone Laundry 3-3687 1 The unveiling of the tombstone to the memory of the late Rev. Louis Lamport will take place next Sunday afternoon April 29th at 2:30 p m. in the Jewish section of the % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  j Camp Wohelo : FOR GIRLS %  %  Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Pennsylvania. Now In Its Fifth Season. a Bertha Berkovvich Levy %  OWNER AND DIRECTOR m ("amp Opens July 1st; Closes August 31st %  For information write or phone m %  1625 S. W. 15th Street Phone 2-8730 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  % % % % % % % %  %  %  %  %  4. TIVOLI Shi>* IMS nml 9:00 P. M. 20c till 6:30—Evening 25c Matinees Daily Sunday-Monday, April 29-30— RING CROSBY JACKIE OAKIE "Too Much I larmony" SHEETS GALLAGHER BUY YOUR FISH ALIVE LIVE FISH MARKET Causeway DiKk. Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 5-2207 I AM IN THOROUGH ACCORD WITH <>w DAY Model 44 B $65 Oilier Radios Priced from j S20 to $175 j make liberal allowance on j lur old Radio and allow you I 'J terms. SLMNER ; Furniture and liadio Co. %  "•" NORTH MIAMI AVENl'E As a Means of Providing Good Neighborliness, Good Citizenship AND Friendship Among Fellowmen of American Democracy BART. A. RILEY We Greet You As Brothers on BROTHERHOOD DAY Geo. L. Dixon Co. Hotel. Restaurant and Store Fixture and Supplies 1100 N. E. SECOND AYE. Phone 26751 Greetings on BROTHERHOOD DAY No one can tell me where my soul might be: I searched for God. and He eluded me— I sought my brother out, and found all three. DR. AUSTIN J. KEMP 207 CONGRESS IUTLDING &,RSU2SiIZI2I2RI2I2IZIVZIUV2I2niejiI2I2IZRJZJ&ZIZ]&IBJZJZI2ri MAY Brotherhood Day BRING A CLOSER BOND OF FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN MEN OF ALL FAITHS Southern Cafeteria 356 E. FLAGLER STREET UZIZIZIBIiIZIiIZIZIiIiIUiJ^IEIiIiSiIZI2SiRI2IiIZIZIZIZIZIiniZ]2lttIi I : The crest and crowning of all good, Life's final star is Brotherhood .... Our hope is in heroic men, Star-led to build the world again. To this Event the ages ran: Make way for Brotherhood —make way for Man! e heartily endorse any movement designed to encourage a better understanding among our fellow men. S %  s i %  %  The Wagner Brewing Co." Producers of WAGNER GENUINE LAGER BEER • : i %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  % % % %  %  %  17 nria of nd









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%  THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 27, u* v M H A .;:. %  11 • B y %  : H A %  '. • e—4 7 0 • %  Mi M •' %  %  %  I B Bet* I • • : % %  I %  %  P' %  and Mrs ; J M'lchman Ml E&snt Rodoph : nounce the arrival of. a (;rand to their daughter and son Ian Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed, tona Beach. i %  %  M. Scadron em ip oi young people at dinj Ding in celebration sixteenth birthday ol daughter Shirley. %  Tampa, Fla. E : M : He on -1 + : -.'. Brotherhood Das L. L. L. We Extend Our Hand in Fellowship To III Men On Brotherhood Day DADE ABSTRACT TITLE CO. OH II v I. I IR61 I HI i i Phone 2-7666 + I *+ I I I I We Extend Our Hand in Fellowship and Brotherhood to Jew, Catholic and Protestant SOI ["HERN I) \!KII> Locally produced Milk — Ice Cream — Cottage < heese, Qualltj Dalrj Products and Cultured Soar Cream PHONE 2-Xl.il + -+ 1 HI. GREET Oil! FELLOW MEN ON Brotherhood Day SOUTHEASTERN .Natural (ias Co. ii'.i W. FLAOLEB BTREET Phone :t-2243 ++•// c Extend Our Hand in Fellowship and (rood II ill on Brotherhood Day The William Perm Hotel E H <; if 11ill II. Mgr. Washington Avenue al Sixth Btreel MIAMI BEACH I + + I Something You Need The Neif Crosley Electric Tri'Shelvddor Refrigerator One of our man) beautiful models, having Shelvador, Shelvatray, Shelvabasket, Storabin, Ventilated Front and ill other Crosley \> .ituri's $185.00 Including delivery, Installation. One year free service. Other models at lower prices THE SHELVADOB Thi real loni ffei t pread n ectri m. The shelves in the dooi Ity 50 Just ihe place butti w and thi re i e, INSTANTLY rindi THE SHELVABASKET • rots, beets, cabbages, or and about in pen the door and there they basket swings with the door. Takes no : haa a 1 THE SHELVATBA1 Save time, effort and" current v. ,;,„,,. opened, the Shelvatray bj a mere touch ol the I i piadd in a horizontal po Ition : hi nted are placed on the Shelvatray and carried on it to % %  they are n-anl %  ilabli only in the Cro lej Tri-Shi vador, THE SI OK AKIN "'" "•' < tatoi onions, and other bulk '"''"' and tie Roods. Neither the Shelvabaskel "'"' u "' storaWn nay represent the scien'""' "•" %  s •'•'• ordinarily Is wasted and diff.cult to EVERYTHING „, n""" M'"' "'"""''"" '"">' "' ""' Cro < "-.Shclvador. tvMtviin,%(, thai could possibly I).v. %  ,.,> i Electric Refrigeratoi 8 ( b ,w,d „,,„„,, : ,,, .,,,„.,., I Outstanding beauty! SEE THEM AT SUMNER FURNITURE & RADIO CO. €l S. HIAHI A\|.






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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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April 27, 1934

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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^Jewish Floridiari
\\ 7 No, 17
___MORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, I Kl DAY, APRIL 27, 1934
[Brotherhood Day
To Be Observed
Price Five Cents
Brotherhood Day. which will be
ed nationally throughout the
i United States Sunday April
2:i!h by Protestant, Catholic and Jew
iill be widely observed in Miami this
i Sunday. The observance will
i mi with a Brotherhood Day pro-
i vei station w. I. o. D. on the
{tadio Synagogue services al 8:45 A.
Ill when Bruce Minear rep-
f the Protestanl taith, and
ii. .i. Hem-rnaii. representing
Catholic faith will be g u e s i
I; Rabbi s. M. Machtel will
bie.ik on "Brotherhood." The pro-
|raiu will continue until 9:30 a, m.,
nal time having been allotted
the station because ol this pro-
:: the afternoon, Brotherhood
iy will be observed over station
Q A, M. from 1:30 i<> 2 p. m. at
Biich tune Father Peter P. O'Sul-
l,m will speak on the subject "Have
|e no) all one Father?", on behall
Catholic faith; Dr. J. D. Kuy-
indall representing the protestanl
|iiili will speak on "Adventuring in
I hip", and Dr. Jacob Kaplan
[ii. peak on "Applying Religion to
liiiiian Relations." Mrs. H. u. Feib-
pian will sing, accompanied by
H. s. Asher. Dr. c.eo. c. Brad-
ci the Sun Sea Air A under
H' i an pices this program Is be-
observed over W. q. a. m. will
airman.
i National conference ol Chris-
is and Jews, under whose spon-
ship the national observance ol
itherhood Day Is beam held, has
mulgated a declaration ol Broth-
|"(I. which says:
intend to do unto others ol
never race or creed, as I would
1 them do to me.
It Is my purpose to respect the
l't. ol human beings, and to judge
i fellow-man on his individual
ts alone.
will oppose every organized ef-
i" evoke fear or hatred of any
Jious or radical group.
pa.-,, cards, which all are urged
{ue to their friends as a reminder
the purpose of the day, may be
"ii.i.mI from the Jewish Floridian
^fiom the Radio Synagogue, free
Brotherhood
Bui when ye pray, sa) ournot mine or thine;
Out debts, our debtors, and our daily bread!
Before the thronged cathedral's gracious shrine.
Or in thy closet's solitude instead,
Whoe'er thou art, where'er thou liftest prayer,
However humble or how greai thou be,
Say our, thy brothr man including there,
And more and more it may be thou shalt see
I pon life's loom how thread to thre.nl is bound;
None for himself, but man and fellow-man,
Or near or i.ir, meet on one common ground,
Sons di one I athcr since the world began.
So shall < iml's Kingdom come in might and power
W hen .til can pray, not mine, or thine, but our.
j Announcements*
1___________________j
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orlhodoil
til Wa.hinmon At*., Miami Finch
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
Ladies Auxiliary
Elects Officers
At the meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish Or-
hodox Congregation held last Tues-
day evening al the Synagogue re-
ports of the activities of the or-
ganization tor the past year were
heard. Plans for the summer ac-
tivities were di-eiissed and will be
announced next week. Mrs. Max
Kupferstein, chairman ol the nomi-
nating committee presented her re-
port. Election Ol Officers resulted
m the unaninu ction ol the
following. Mrs. J. Loins Shochel
president; Mrs, Sam Tannenbaum.
1st vice president; Mrs. Nathan
Adelman, 2nd vice president; Mrs.
Charles Tannenbaum. treasurer;
Mis. Tina Kotkin. financial secre-
tary; Mrs, Jack Hirsch, correspond-
in.1 secretary, and Mrs. Harry Kot- ;
kin. recording secretary, installa-
tion of the officers will take place
shortly and will be announced thru
(lie columns of the Jewish Floridian.
Directors elected include: Mrs
Philip Berkowit/.. chairman, and
Mesdames Max Kupterstein. Nathan
Abramson, Morris Kotkin, Morris
Rappaport, Max Rappaport, Louis
Pallott. and H. Trager.
Temple Women
Will Install
Coming event of interest m
Jewish circles will be the annual
installation luncheon ol the Sistei
hood ol Temple Israel, which take
place at 1 p. m.. May 7. al Kaplan
hall, 137 N. E. 19th st, Mrs. Mitchell
Early services begin tit (i p. m.
Tomorrow morning services begin at
8:30 and will Ix- featured by the ob-
servance ol "Brotherhood Day", with
.i sermon by the Rabin on -When
Brethern dwell in Unity."
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
IConttervativel
139 N. W. Third Avenue
M.AX SHAriRO. Rabbi
Senior Council
Names Leaders
Early services at 6 p. m. will be
followed by the last late service ol
son at 8:15 O'clock when the
principal address will be delivered
by Stanley C. Myers, president of the
congregation. He will speak on "Re-
ligion on Vacation." The Rabbi will
speak briefly in observance of Froth-
In addition to the installation cer-
emony, there will be VOCal solos by
Mrs Bertram Raff, and a humor-
ous skit written by thepresident,
Mrs Wemstem. depicting the trials
and tribulations ol the sisterhood.
Reservations may be made with any
member ol the committee.
Y. M. H. A. To
Hold Meeting
Plans for one of the gala affairs
During the evening Rabbi Julius ((1 the .st.a.son are bcing made fo|.
Washer of the Congregation de- the evening of May 9tli when the
livered a brief talk on the work ol annual membership meeting will be
the Talmud Torah and Sunday held. Following the nomination ol
school. Plans for the annual Sun- officers, a buffet supper will be
Miami Chapter, National Council
fish Women, re-elected Mrs erhOOd Day. having EU his subject
Sydney L. Weintraub president at a "Brotherhood Day and its Signi-
meetlng Wednesday at her home licance." Cantor Hayman and the
Other officers chosen include Mrs. choir will chant the services. Sat-
Wolfson Is genera] chairman, as- Harrv Magid, first vice president; urday morning Melvin Weinkle. son
slsted by Mrs. Harry Nevins, in Mlv ''"' M****. treasurer; Mr of Mr. & Mrs. Sol Weinkle, will be
charge ol the tl nd reserva- Charles Beckwitt, financial secre- Bar Mitzva. He will recite the Maf-
tions. '"''' Mrs- Benjamin London, cone.-- Ur and deliver an address in English
The following will assist as co- Pndln8 secretary. He will be addressed by Rabbi Sha-
chairmen: Mrs. Henry D. Williams Three-year directors. Mrs, Frank piro and by Jerome Weinkle. presi-
Mrs. Tobias Simon. Mrs. Bert Reis- Myel'"' Mrs' A- Schwartz and Mrs dent of the Junior Congregation.
ner, Mrs. Laurence Sapero and Mrs lsld01' Cohen; two-year directors. The parents will be hosts at a re-
I. M. Weinstein. Ml> Lewih Brown. Mrs Morris Dub- ception following the services.
ler, Mrs. Max Ghertler; one-year.
Mr.-. Charles Greenfield, Mrs. Sam-
uel Aronovitz, Mrs. j. a. Richter
oil leers will be installed at a lunch-
eon at noon May Hi at the new Pan
American Terminal restaurant. Res-
ervations may be made with Mrs
Richter, who ha.s charge of arrange-
mente- Early services begin at 6 p. m.
Dr. Max Meyer of the University Saturday morning services begin at
of Miami told of work among tin- observance of Brotherhood Day on
blind children. This work will be 9 a. m. and the Rabbi will speak on
one of the projects of the council -Divine Fatherhood and Human
for next year. Mrs. T. V. Moore spoke
on the Girl Scout work, to which
the council made contribution. The
council also contributed to the Uni-
verslty National hospital in Pales-
tine.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodoi)
IMS S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Of c .ai-ge.
[rbeiter Ring
o Hear Speaker
Joseph Weinberg of New York.
pnal president of the Workmens
I"' will be the principal speaker
special meeting of the local
day school picnic were announced.
This will be held on Sunday May
Kith al Las Olas Casino Ft, Lauder-
dale. Arrangements will be in
charge of a committee headed by
Mrs. Philip Berkowit/ and Mrs. J.
Louis Shochet.
Jr. Hadassah
Sponsors Dance
served. In charge of arrangements
are Sam Shindell, chairman and
Messrs. Al. Berkowitz and Nat Kup-
per.
Miss Esther Cromer has been se-
lected as the candidate of the Y. M.
H. A. in the annual May Day dance
to be given on May 6th by Junior
Hadassah.
Nat Kupper, manager of the dia-
mond ball team requests all candi-
dates for the A and B teams to re-
port for practice at Flamingo Park
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Brotherhood." The public is invited
to attend.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
Officers Will
Begin Duty
(Raform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular Friday evening services
begin at 8:15 when the Rabbi will
preach a sermon. The public is in-
Junior Hadassah will sponsor Its
Bdi Sunday evening April 29th. annual May Day dance on Sunday
pnlng at 8 p. m. in the Work- evening May 6th al the Alcazar
Circle Hall 701 N. W. Fifth Roof. As before, the May Queen
He will discuss conditions in will be chosen from candidates An important general meeting of
country and particularly the named by Miami's Jewish organiza- the entire membership of Beth
of the organization which he tlons and the candidate receiving David Congregation has been called
An elaborate program of en- I he highest number of votes will be
Radio Synagog
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew- vited to attend,
ish Welfare Bureau will entertain
at an installation breakfast next
Tuesday morning May 1st at 10 a. ,
m. in the Barcelona Tea Room. Brotherhood day will be observed
Coral Gables. Mrs. Marvin Bronner by the Radio Synagog this coming
will be toastmistress. the invoca- Sunday morning. Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tion will be delivered by Mrs. Lewis | tei, founder and director of the Ra-
Brown and addresses will be made dio Synagog, will preach on "Broth-
by the presidents of all Miami Jew-
ish Women's organizations. Mrs.
Larry Fay will sing several vocal
selections. Reservations may bo
made with any member of the com-
erhood". Guest speakers will be
Judge E. C. Collins and Judge D.
J. Heffernan. The program will run
from 8:45 a. m. to 9:30 a. m.
Throughout the summer months.
for Sunday evening April 29th be-
punent has been prepared for named Queen with the other can- ginning at 8 p. m. at the Talmud
Ivening, The public is invited didales being named as ladies in
Chairman, and Mesdames Harry
Oliphant. Bertha Berkowich Levy.
Julius Simpson. Louis Hartz and
Torah Hall. All members are urged Rose Miles. The public is urged to
mlttee in charge of arrangements while Daylight Saving Time is in
consisting of Mrs. P. Scheinberg. effect in the N. B. C. chain, the
Radio Synagog will be heard every
Sunday one hour earlier than its
former schedule. It will be heard
M'"d.
waiting.
to attend.
attend.
from !) a. m.
W. I. O. D.
to 9:30 a. m. over
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 27. 1934
SOCIETY
Mi Ruth Drevlch, the daughter
OJ Mr. and Mrs H. M Drench, ac-
tive communal workers ol Miami.
and one ol the popular members
ol Miami* Jewish junior set left
adj.- for an extended visit to her
brother in Chicago. 111.
Mi-.- Ann Sentler of Jacksonville.
Fla. ls visiting her aunt and uncle.
Mr. ai.d Mrs. I. Sliver ol thb. city
and will remain here for several
:'!:
A joint meeting of the Miami So-
cialist party and the Miami branch
ol the Workmens Circle will be held
Tuesday evening May 1st at the
Workmens Circle Hall beginning at
lock. The evening will be in
. th( May Day observ-
ince "'. International Worker and
Holiday held throughout
I that day. A number ol
... iddress thi
with Mr. Joseph Welnberg ol
New York, national president ol the
Workmen* Circle a the principal
-peaker. A program of :.'
been provided and re-
iments will b* served. The pub-
lic I to attend.
on July 1st. Many Florida residents
have arranged for their daughters
to attend camp this year, with ln-
tion that a banner enrollment
:;p Wohelo will be the result.
Saturday April 28th a beach party
and luncheon for aid and new camp-
:.- will be held at Miami Beach to
friendships and begin new
:.' Camps for children are last
receiving their recognition as valu-
able not only for the benefits ac-
cruing becau.-e of out-door life, but
of the splendid environment
and training given them which they
would otherwise not receive. At the
. :.. time it affords parents a much
r. vacation and change ol sur-
roundings. Mrs. Levy will return
North about May 15th and will be
to Interview parents ol pros-
pective 1 ampi 1 .: the mean time.
and Mrs. Sol Weinkle ol Miami
. will be Bar Mitzva at Beth
David Synagog Saturday morning
April 28th at 9 a. m. He will recite
the Maftir and will deliver a Bar
Mitzva address. Following the ser-
vices the parents will be hOSl
their friends and worshippers at a
reception In the Talmud Torah Hall
All are united to attend ai no
cards have been issued. Melvin Is
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Weinkle, active communal workers
of this area, and active Tn Beth
David affairs. Young Weinkle 1- a
member of Beth David Junior Con-
ralmud
1 orah.
On.
week-end H P'ori,da
su.ir College for women at laiia-
thi danc. ivcn b
Jewish Women organization on the
campu.- 1 he Uttfc lymnaslum
last week. Miami girl present wen
m Ethel Mintzei Ml Lol
Miss Maxine Kantor, Miss Janice
Misj ro Daum, Miss
Gladys Abenson, and M 0
Barrack.
+ -
I
:... ixillary of the Miami
' 1: thodox C .on is
bi-weekly
ard p .ii-'i enti
M at the
an 1421
r. w. First
led foi
:.. .: :. I .
Sam 1 anm n-
wlll be the
iioste e publll ;.
ttei
. pi ...:.(:
..i.'i direc-
tor o: ''.Mil]) Wohelo for girls in the
Blue Ridge Ml.-. Ol Pa. 1.- pre-
and luni neon tor old and new camp-
J. C. Sumner well known in local
furniture clrcU '
what promises to'be one of Ml
pO] : : ..:.. .:
N Miami av< thi tlrm
hold furni-
.:. ai 'fl '-vli:
mong then
Shi tvadoi
and 1 modi
. 1 hold applianci a- thi pi
hi firm : irini I
e radl
.... With
get sta-
.
Mr.
tth 1 A
Miai he pai I
and : r thi pa 1 yeai 01
ol the
md eleel di part-
Oa
1 furniture business lor -on..
I MAY THE IDEALS OF I
I '
{"Brotherhood Day
BECOME A REALM Y
J I
Dr. V. k. Jindra
'/i,A'//./, '.'( [mid ,m,l bou pleasant it / for brethern /"
,111,11 / in unity."
"11,11, U( -i M mi, fatl>cr? hafb not <>>;, (,../ created
I III! 'I Bin 1 1.
SUNDAY APRIL 29,1934
Has Bern Designated As
Brotherhood Day
to be observed nationally to strength-
en the bonds which united Protestant,
Catholic, and .lew as BROTHERS
in all enterprises which advance the
citizenship of the United States.
WE EXTEND OUR HAM) IN
FELLOWSHIP AND BROTHER-
HOOD TO JEW, CATHOLIC,
AND PROTESTANT
Burdino's
Dr. Chas. Beckwitl
OPTOMETRIST
"!i rears In Miami"
I
I
j Correct!) prescribed and accui
I iti-lv fitted glasses over a period
. of more than 'l years.
Melvin Weinkle. the son ol Mrs.
CAREFUL ATTENTION TO
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AND TYPES
FIRST AVENUE
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Evenings 20c .
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ISunday-Monday, April !!i-:;ii
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' "Meet The Baron"
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JUDGE
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Candidate for
CIRCUIT JUDGE,
will appreciate
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A BLOW-OUT/
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rpHlS new Goodrich Silverton
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econd clui matter July 4,
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Vol. 7No. 17
berg, treasurer; Harry Serkin. finan-
cial secretary and Louis Vangilder
Our felicitations go to the Most r,'("rclinS secretary.
Rev. James H. Ryan. Rector ol .....
Catholic University al Washington, u<'"' E1 Sisterhood is sponsoring
D. c. who has Just anounced the a Dutch supper al Moore Hall nexi
appointment of Dr. Ernst stein as 8und* evening April 29th. Supper
visiting professor ol Byzntine his- u'" '"' M1Al' lory at the university, Dr. Stein la 5 and 7;30 following which cards
one of the scholarly exiles from wl" '"' P'ayed-
Germany. By his action. Dr. Ryan ------------
has administered a most stinging Palm Beach Lodge of Bnai Brlth
rebuke to racial intolerance As a W1" ""'''' ",xl Monday at the Mont-
gesture ol brotherlj understanding, ''n'v Hotel to act on amendments to
it Is far more Impressive than nun- ""' constitution *nd discuss other
dreds ol speeches that ha\c been "ni>"i'taut matter Messrs Louis
made. There i.s deep encouragement Van8*Wer and Harry .Simons will
in the act, for II gives American l)'' '"mated Into membership.
Jews some reassurance that there
-7-
THE
when gossip Is spicy everyone
seems to enjoy : nod heal He.
After all, those jolly fat girls were
pretty good company, and they knew
how to cook, and they never go)
Intemperance ol speech and Intol- sullen,
erance of opinion are not evidence
of wisdom.
You cannot get anywhere quar-
reling with the public. The thing
to do Is shew them.
i.s In tins country among mam men
a different conception ol ethics and
religion than prevails In Nazzl Ger-
many.
Beth Kl Sisterhood entertained at
.i benefit bridge last Sunday with
Mr, & Mrs. B. Wax as the hosts.
Gainesville
Notes
>ol(nul Wants
Minorities Protected
ranted seemingly on all sides
forces, the Jewish people
In. in principle, to welcome the
ion ol the Polish Government in
international convention
the p.....'ciiou of minorities. The
ii.:. delegates have requested
be placed on the agenda
the September meeting ol the
gue Ol Nations Assembly a pn>-
ii for the convening by April.
">. ol a conference "composed ol
members ol the League, with
ructions to frame a general
vention lor the international
ii ol minorities." In League
mi proposal is interpreted
llsh ei tort to try to get a
ii the question ol anti-
persecutions m Germany,
Germany's withdrawal from the
does not become effective
( nd ol 1035. Once before
ie made a gesture toward
1 il I many to book, but it
impotent as the League's
ntion in Manchuria,
as Jews will welcome till
the part ol Poland, it
pointed out that Poland's
1 1 her minorities, panic u-
J h i aves her open to
,:- "i the criticism levied at
in theory, Poland gives
its Jewish citizens. In
leal and commercial life. Ac-
rernmentaJ discrimination
the most casual observ-
" II ii conditions knows that
-1111101 obiam employment In
rnmenl offices or in munici-
1 lades and industries
A'tilch Jews have a major lnter-
are virtually taxed out ol cms;
Condition* against which
in leadership has protested in
lie meetings and in the Sejm
' ontlnue. Protests against Po-
subsided because the
From Tan Bpsilon Phi Fratern-
ity come, the news that their home
is to be entirely renovated this
summer. Plans anounced by Irving
Gibbs, president, call for the paint-
ing ol the exterior, enure redecora-
iion ol individual rooms, and the
refurnishing oi the home.
With the lame lead that the fra-
ternity established last semester In
taking first place in scholarship
among all fraternities, they are al-
most assured ol taking the scholar-
ship cup signifying the outstanding
fraternity In scholarship on the
campus for the entire year.
During the pasl week. Tau Ep-
silon Phi added to Its pledge ros-
trum Herman Fishbein, president
ol the Fourth Estate Club and new
editor oi the Alligator, student
weekly.
The fraternity continues to hold
forth in intramural- being now ill
sixth place. Bernie Frank Is to
meet the Lambda Chi Alpha entry
this week for II.I Ingle champion-
ship, while the doubles team ol
Burnett Roth and Simon Coopei
have advanced to the semi-finals
Simon Cooper continues to hold
second place In Individual
U
Mr. & Mrs. R. j. Apte. prominent
communal workers ol this city have
moved their home to Miami Ml
Apie i.s a former president oi Beth
Israel and was active in all civic
endeavors locally.
The real optimists are the bridl
and the grooms.
Sometime, ,, wile will listen to
Remember the other fellow may a,J explanation but only rarely will
be right now and then, even il by she believe it.
ml take. ________
There Is mure bigotry In politic.-,
"Cheap Politicians" can be might] and business than there is in re-
effe tlve when you want quick ac- liglon.
Hon. and that's why they are kept
in office.
Great men ha'.,- purposes; othen
have wishes
In this fire-eyed age of intoler-
ance, every man should have the
courage of his convulsions
Crime Is a disease that calls for
arrest cure
A regular meeting of the Junior
Hadassah will take place Monday
evening, April 30th. at Beth David
Talmud Torah. for the purpose ol
election Of officers All members are
requested to be present
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Fein will leave
lor their summer home at Newport.
R. I. the end of the month and Will
return here in October.
Wives quickly forgive and forgel
the follies Ol other
bands.
A man will spend unlimited tlmi
women's hus- and energy keeping peace with a
business associate and fight with
; his wife at the drop of the hat.
Mosl theologians mistake theologj
for religion.
Every girl wants to marry a rich
man, but since there are no;
In spite Ol the general complaint- enough to go around, he had better
Of the pedestrian, the easisi thing be content with a nice poor one.
for an automobile to run into is and nag him up the ladder.
debt. ________
Jewish News
Around The
World
Another mean man i.s the hu.s-
A Pennsylvania lady got a divorce band who will lie cold and fake a
from her husband because he drop- snore, so his wile won't a-sk him to
ped little .-nakes down her back It's get up for an extra blanket.
ting so a playful married man ------------
]USt can't lane any fun any more Did you ever get any cheerlul
news out of those open-faced en-
Somei ne ha.- .aid that politeness velopes the kind with the sun-
costs nothing but that was befon parlor In front so commonly seen
New York Eat* Gefulte Fish From brush and hosiery petMiers began around the lust ol the month?
Municipal Reservoirs knockinu at front door-
New YorkBelieve it or not. but
a good deal of the gefulte fish con-
"Real Estate Expected to Stay
Considering what the depression Down." declare- a news headline,
sumed by the Jews of New Yon: has done to the world, we cant Righto! Nothing is more discon-
contains carp caught in the New blame Voliva much lor thinking it certing than real estate that get.>
York City reservoirs m Westchesl >i
and Putnam Counties Mam.
Davidson New York- Jewish com-
missioner ot wait:, a and
tricity, made this discovery and a
a result the1 city will s;ct$4.000 0
ha.- always been that way.
up and wai the premises
In making public President mon and Meyer Lazarowitz of Pal-
elt's endorsement, Re\ Dr estine will inherit the bulk of a
S. Parkcs Cadman. Chairmai 5250.000 i tate left by their late
Brotherhood Day announced thai uncle. Meyer Chlnsky, publisher ol
year from o.-car Goldstein for th Pi itestants. Catholics and Jew.- In Hebrew prayer books, to the i
A the year drawsi to a pxcluslve righl in srve carp fron 38 states have already made prepar- Zion Hospital in Brooklyn. The will
the. publications, It is definite thai the city's reservoirs Lasl year 15,00 ations tor observance ol Brother- ol Chlnsky, who died in the Israel
he two leading reporters on the
Ailigatoi stafl this year are both
carp were taken from the reservoir hood Daj
and converted Into gefulte fish
membersol lion Phi, George wltnou, the city getting a penny Lithuania Asks Rnsia To Permit SI
Greenberg and Philip Selber. These
two men together With Joel Flee'
and Paul Kirstein are on the stafl
oi the "Seminole." the year book
and are assured ol key.-.
Paul Kirstein, pasl secretary c>;
the fraternity, was recently chosen
one oi the five members ol the
senior cla.-s to graduate with hi| h
honors.
West Palm Beach
Notes
Goldstein had twenty other com-
petitors bidding for tin- right to tin
re servolr carp.
Rabbis To Emigrate
President Roosevelt Endorses
Observance of Brotherhood t>a>
New York -Termini; Brotherhood
Day, which Will be observed na-
tionally on Sunday. April J!), "an
opportunity for cencerted thinking
on a vital problem ol national wel
fare", President Franklin D. Roose -
velt, in a letter received today bj
the National Conference ol Jews
and Christians, declared that he is
deeply Interested In the possibilitii
of Brotherhood Day.
T have jusl learned ot the pro-
oi Brother!
ai a meeting ol Congregation
Beth-El held last week the l'c.-mna-
f realize that state approval oi tions en Jack Snelder as president,
f-Semltlsm Is certainly a differ- [rvlng Moss, treasurer, were accepted posed observance
brand than 3tate-dlsapproved with regrel Mr. H. Gold one ol Wesl Day by the National Conference ol population from engaging in propa-
l-S emitism, even if Poland Palm Beach's foremost communal Jews and Christians and I am deep- anda for the anU-German boycott
ft flagrantly at violations. workers and vice president became ly interested In its possibilities. ..,. llu, advent oI ,,. NazJ vv_.mil.
KovnoAt the requesl ol the
Lithuanian rabbinate, the Lithun-
lan government has opened negoti-
ations with Soviet Russia looking
io i he granting ot permission by
the Soviets to fifty ot the leading
Russian rabbi.- to leave the country,
in view of the friendly relations
existing bi tween Lithuania and Rus-
sia, the rabbinate is confident that
negotiations will be successful, A
lew months ago Lithuania prevail-
ed upon the Soviet authorities to
allow a number ol Polish priests
living in Russia to emigrate.
Lithuania has also changed Its
mind about preventing Its Jewish
Zion Hospital towards midnight on
April 7 1933, was contested by his
nephews who contended their uncle
was mentally incapable of making
a will at the tune of his death. Hos-
pital officials, who testified before
the Brooklyn Surrogate's Court, ad-
mitted they had guided Chlnsky s
hand when he signed his will. The]
also stated that at the time of till
Signing, which they placed between
1J and 12:30 a. m.. a terrific thun-
der storm was raging. The records
of the weather bureau show that a
storm tlid not break until 1:10 a. m.
On tlie basis of this record, which
discredited the hospital officials'
testimony, the court refused to
enter the' will for probate and or-
dered the1 estate awarded to Chm-
Sky's two nephews under the In-
iws.
Magnets and Wci/mann Coming to
U. s. in Maj
[ tlie Polish proposal president ol the Congregation To President Roosevelt wrote
league, if adopted, will make nil vacancies In .....<'. Sam Scher "This occasion presents an op-
F md other nations respon- was elected vice president. Maurice portunity for concerted thinking
!" the world for their treat- DiCkson financial secretary, and on a Vital problem ot national wel-
: ii en course, Pol- 8am 0 dl i treasurer. Plans tor fare; a should help us all in our
is not so much to afford an active summer campaign will efforts to rise above ancienl and
I to Jew a t" gel Ger- shortly be announced. harmful suspicion- and |
i und by the same obll and to work together as citizei
!" protect minorities as now Congregation Beth Israel held It American democi
; i "lie', there- annual recentl> borliro
'hat Poland's ulterior motive and chose the followii common sense In every day rela-
te an important weapon c i denl Har H tionshlp an potent
' anti-Semitism. pern, vice pn Max Green-|a nation-wide observai
Germany the Jewish press <>i ------------
this country was barred from urg- New YorkDr. Judah I. Magnes.
reader- to -top buying tier- chancellor ol the Hebrew Univer.--
man goods. Tin- ban has now been [ty, will make' his tirsl visit to the
lifted, smc, tin boycott agitation united state.- since 1931 when he
was allowed. German exports to arrives in tins country on May in
Lithuania dropped 65 per cent. order to participate. In a pi
conference of the American mem-
Weather Bureau Helps 'I Palestine bi'rs ol the' board ol governors Ol
lew- in s:.-,0.0(1(1 inheritance the Hebrew University ^u May 12
------------ Dr. Chalm Weizmann, who i.- due
New YorkThanks to the' BCCU- m the United 8tatl D May 10
l the weather bureau. Solo- will preside at the conic re nee
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THE JEWISH F LORIDIAN
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BREAKING WITH Till: PAS1
I h.- greatest drawback to pi the Bplrit of. conservation which
holds tens 1- l tradlU and d< pit* the warning of the
Sage in Eccle last. "that the former days were better than
the tionary .-pun which thwart.- all change and insists on
-good old day-', ignoring the find;:
01 the thinkers ol the present, ha.-, in evi ration, placed obstacles
m ,|. paths progr. What* 11 headway was made, has always
been through battling thes. which retard the advancemenl
th( ;:, toward IU goal of improvement. There are In this
have been in the past, leaders who lead backward.-, who
.. tead ol adva aking with the past I a difiicuit
thin, madi ex remely difficult through a failure to underMand the
purpo ol tradition.
m .,. ., menl to anal-. .. problem. At birth.
man ,_ projected Into a state ol llvln a tati n of society for which
ponslble. and which l- the result ol the biological and social
, lutlon 01 hi- speclec With the comlni ol maturity ol mind, th
. human b.'lng two alternatives;- First, thai he indlviduallj
ira,,,ui ... .. th traditions and custom.- In which
h. find! him-:: immersed; second, thai .. strive to revolutionize th
, toms, discard the iradltlons, and move forward to a point of refine-
ment beyond : status.
Ol all tl ices to human pro n tradition is. by fai
it is admitted that tradition 1..... admirable chara.
but tiie Inability ol tru average human being 10 determine the differ-
ence between the uood or evil in tradition makes tradition dangerous
[. 1, presumed thai man does not wish to etern-
.,..,,. m| ... his mislortunes, or the proven faUacies oi his pro-
oltors The value 01 tradition Is the uiiluatioi. 1 pa I exper-
.hich will further the highest ideals of the present. When
tradition 1.- not in accord with th. high! I ideal, and a choice mu.-t
be made between the tradition and the present conception, the tra-
dition must be discarded II a forward move 1.- to be made. The summarj
of this view ol tradition 1- that when it contribute.- to human progra
it lifto be accepted; when 1: retards progress, it is obsolete and must
be di.-icarded.
rh( has been made that President Roosevelt has broken
with the past, that he has ignored age old traditions. More power to bin..
He has weighed the traditions In the balance and has iuund them
wanting. He has mad,- new rulings which advance the 1 .......inlty,
which lift obsolete burden.- Horn oil the shoulder- ol the citizens '.1 the
iand I|js 1 .,, ri ht to decide. And bis alone, Judaism ha.- survived
because ol the flexibility ol its law- and because o! the modernity 01 its
dl,.. .;. ..: Scripture laid down the rule that mailer- ol Judgi -
ment m :. D, to th. priesl the Levltes and unto the fudge
shall be in Ihose days." The Chlel Executive ol rte land In matb
.,.,, .. ens ol th. land, is the Priest, the Levite and the
jUfj :. radltions, the pei
. ,;,, to do according 10 all that," he informs them.
Uon irl an th. nev decision progresslv. t. p
A.,. Need I that questl n I th. re anj
thl igh th. period from I
w, Ing Who can not pass on the relative merit- ol
th( Its ti idll 1 "" newly instituted pra. -
no
a hriel : 'Id s tem, True, there are such. But
we ,,,1, divide them into two clas es Friday, th.
ten : : wnose mannei :
1 ,, thlnklr land to 1 and. secondly, those who undei
tne ,,. iii ei .,1 the expense ol 'he mas.- ol the
dtizenei the common weal Is at .-take, when th,- benefits ol th.
greatei numbei ... rned, the minority must bow to the will ol th,
majorltj Pi this true when the chlel objectors 10
char e tl .. had 1 tabllshed, under the old tradition
spoils system bj m. which they enriched th,. ai the exp.
of both the nation and th, Individual citizen,
The president rellel hi expenditures on civil works, have
been criticized. What do these critics want? a return to or a con-
tinuance ol the old traditions? When the masses cried for work, for
bread, the Stand-p IVC them word.-,. "glOriOUl traditions Ol the par-
ty! Sanctity ol toe Constitution I .Stars and Stripe. And Horn the
pulpit 1., hereafter! 'n>e Kingdom 01 God!'" Did that
fill hungry bellies? Did thai l,ld thai erve a
a jusl n pons. to men who prayed for work?
About approached a prominent business executive
for a contribution to the Radio SynagO II; reply to me lingers With
. yet, IP said, Let us take th,- slat out 01 their bellies befor.
save their iouls." 1 .-hook that man with pride. 1 wa.- happy '"
1, a-.,- In. office without any donation. That man. through not of my n
conviction, was ol my Faith, spoke the language ol my God.
President Roosevelt has broken with some ol the traditions of the
,,., 1 but, in has made forwar, lie supplant th. words ol tin
: tem, with definite and helpful acts, undei the Nev. Deal. Ask the
man-on-the-streel u he wants to return to the ,,:,i Sj tem that all,
him to risk I n in a hank, or whether he prefers to haw
,... lone ami, ; the new system, ha. done
,,,,,. [or ,.,. than the preachments ol all the
,, iigjou ol a.: denomination what will you use as an argument
i refut. the Justification for stealing < loal ol bread, by the man
Vvi., ft, ini ver. Iped oul through the machinations ol a
, onvince that man
thai Yon ii'iiu h him with a convini
will satiate the hunger lor bread and will quench the thlTSl lor milk
that his starving children fee. gnawing at thler stoma,a*
With that man. you. who contend that the former da s
these. 1 am not bright enough to think up ft. a u P
not hypocrtte enough to tell him that because the banker w
!in d..mn theft (,in denounce dishonesty. 1 can upbraid 1... "
m ,, wlth which .0 censure the man who has been robbed, and
turns about to iteal bread for his starving family.
Perhaps some think the old traditions better, but. 1 beUeve thatj
code which demands a livin worker, ami wWch obvuU*
the necessity ol the employ. "^T S out of
while his employer enriches himself, alllout ol^pro-
portion to his Investment and his .....; ;,,
and production;- I maintain that a departure Horn tradition, When
tay for one to be honest, to a ess' u,ul..
such conditions, we musl break with the past. We must ignore the cr
0l th. ervativ. and reactionaries that -we are breaking witn
to,,! th. test 01 tradition is its contribution to human pro -
That, and that alone.
With m, n tl departures from the old traditions we will find
u nearer th, goal ol humanity, the approach ol God. the K
dom ol G ; earth Under the old system, we trampled Man undei
tool lad rush to get a glimpse oi God. In that way we hav.
I. Let u adopl a ne coui Let u consider Man and hi
;.: serve God through Berving man. Our president has shown us
the way. There shall be no privileged class unlesi II b.
the p. pi. and then- needs Submerge sell and selfish motives for the
-.on good. Adopt the new mode ol living and practice it. We can
no longer hold to tradition.- thai are outwarn. We must noi pei
icles though they have been hallowed with age. Pi resi 1- the
watchword Let us march I Follow th. leader. He has
himsell deserving to be followed.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
SOCIETY
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proceeds to vamp the college dean
played by Edna May Oliver.
toiizsffiizizsttiiiiSinszivttiziziziiiimttiiRivinm? r? r? .f^j
Miami Chapter of Junior Hada.s-
;, entertained at its annual $5
ilmner dance at Auby's La-
n Sunday night. A skit in the
urn oi a telephone conversation
, ., feature of the entertainment.
iount'8 "Too Much Har-
the first musical hit of the
(w 1933-34 season, makes its ap-
i on Sunday and Monday
It tin Tlvoli Theatre. In the stellar
. liing Crosby, who was mast
rn in Paramounfs "Big
l ist" and "College Humor."
I In supporting roles are JackOakie
Aid ski eta Gallagher, famous team.
i Allen. Harry Green, famous
,. ind screen dialectic funster;
i ["ashman and Ned Sparks.
new song hits by Arthur
and Sam Coslow are in-
. ;n the film. They are "Boo-
i "Thanks" Buckin' the
' (ladle me With a Hot-Cha
Black Moonlight," "The
: Came Along." "The Two
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en "SchnozsJe" fame, and Zasu
Pitts, whimsical comedienne of the
i'itt.s-Todd comedies and many a
feature picture, are the laugh-mak-
ing trio heading the mast remark-
able all comedian cast in history in
"Meet the Baron," the picture that
introduces the radio star to the
screen It comes Sunday and Monday
to the Seventh Avenue Theatre.
The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer com-
edy with music Ls a hilarious story
dealing with the sanguinary advent-
ures of "The Baron" and Durante
in a girls' college. Miss Pitts is the
head chambermaid, and she and
"The Baron" fall in love while Jim-
Pearl, famous "Baron Mun-
cl ol radio. Jimmy Durantc
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Philip Kristal "shoched" of Key
West was awarded a verdict of $500
by a Jury in Circuit court Friday
in a suit for $25,000 for Injury
against A. Golden of 128 Washington
avenue, Miami Beach.
Mr. Kristal. formerly employed In
Miami Beach, was invited guest in
an automobile owned by Mr. Golden
and it was struck by another auto-
mobile in N. W. Fifth street be-
iweenFourth and Fifth avenues. He
charged that the negro chauffeur,
John Washington, as the agent of
Mr. Golden was negligent in parking
the automobile at an angle and
' m nil feet from the curb.
The automobile was struck in the
rear by a car driven by J. R. B.
demons, Miami attorney, and Kris-
tal was thrown through an open
door onto the pavement when the
Golden automobile hit a telephone
post.
Woodlawn Cemetery. In charge ol
arrangements is a committee head-
ed by Mesdames M. Kotkin and
Jos. Shonfeld. through whose ef-
forts the tombstone was erected
The public is asked to attend.

Mrs. David I. Rasenbloom and
her newborn daughter Goldie Ta-
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and are now at their home in
Miami Beach.
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I sought my brother out, and found all three.
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The crest and crowning of all good,
Life's final star is Brotherhood ....
Our hope is in heroic men,
Star-led to build the world again.
To this Event the ages ran:
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